Marshall W. Meyer, Ph.D.
A leading business scholar, consultant, and lecturer widely known as an expert on China’s emerging enterprise system, Marshall W. Meyer is the Tsai Wan-Tsai Professor at the Wharton School of the University of Pennsylvania, where he also holds positions as Professor of Management and Professor of Sociology. In addition, Marshall is an Associate Member of the Center for East Asian Studies and a member of the Executive Committee of the Center for the Study of Contemporary China. Marshall previously held the Anheuser-Busch and Richard A. Sapp Professorship of Management at Wharton, and his prior teaching affiliations include Harvard, Cornell, University of California (LA and Irvine campuses), and Yale. He has also been a visiting scholar and lecturer at many prestigious institutions through the Asia Pacific region, and is much in demand as a speaker on China’s culture and emerging business model in both commercial and academic forums.
Marshall has served as editor and editorial advisor for prestigious publications like Management and Organization Review and the International Journal of Emerging Markets, among others. He is a much-respected author in his own right whose forthcoming publications predict the path of business model innovation in China.
Marshall received an undergraduate degree from Columbia University and his M.A. and Ph.D. degrees from the University of Chicago.