Marshall W Meyer
Tsai Wan-Tsai Professor Emeritus
Emeritus Professor of Management
Research Interests: management in china, measurement of organizational performance, organizational change, organizational design
Address: 2035 SH-DH, 3620 Locust Walk, Philadelphia, PA 19104
Office: (215) 898-6992
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PhD, University of Chicago, 1967; MA, University of Chicago, 1965; AB, Columbia University, 1964
Strategies for Chinese firms; design and evaluation of performance measurement systems
Academic Positions Held
Wharton: 1987-present (named Richard A. Sapp Professor, 2002; Anheuser-Busch Term Professor of Management, 1987-92). University of Pennsylvania: 1988-present (Associate Member, Center for East Asian Studies, 2004-present). Previous appointments: University of California, Riverside; Cornell University; Harvard University. Visiting appointments: Hong Kong University of Science and Technology; Singapore Management University; Chinese University of Hong Kong; Tsinghua University; Yale University; University of California, Los Angeles; University of California, Irvine
Senior Editor, Management and Organization Review; Advisory Editor, Harvard Business Review—China; Board of Scholars, Chief Executive Leadership Institute, Yale University
Corporate and Public Sector Leadership
Board of Directors, Chamber Orchestra of Philadelphia; Board of Directors, Hong Kong Trade Development Council (US)
Marshall W Meyer (2005), Managing Indefinite Boundaries: The Strategy and Structure of a Chinese Business Firm, Management and Organization Review Abstract
Marshall W Meyer (2003), Subjectivity and the Weighting of Performance Measures: Evidence from the Balanced Scorecard, Accounting Review Abstract
Mauro Guillen, Randall Collins, Paula England, Marshall W Meyer, The New Economic Sociology: Developments in an Emerging Field (2002).
Marshall W Meyer, Rethinking Performance Measurement: Beyond the Balanced Scorecard (2002).
Awards And Honors
- Visiting Scholar, Russell Sage Foundation, 1993-1994
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Knowledge @ Wharton
MGMT933 - Psychological and Sociological Foundations of Research in Management
This course, is required of all first-year doctoral students in Management and open to other Penn students with permission, provides an introduction to the psychological and sociological roots of management theory and research. The courseis predicated on the belief that to be effective as a contemporary management scholar one needs a background in "the classics." Therefore, we will be reading classics from the fields of psychology and sociology in their original form during this semester.