Dr. Chang-Soon Hwang is currently a professor of social welfare department in Soonchunhyang University, South Korea.
He holds a Ph.D degree in Sociology from the University of Georgia(1991). He was formerly the Dean of Graduate School of Public Administration and also jointly the Dean of College of Liberal Arts, Soonchunhyang University, South Korea.
He is currently the president of KANPOR(Korean Association of Nonprofit Organization Research). His areas of specialization include Nonprofit Organizations and Philanthropy, corporate social responsibility, and social enterprises.
Chuang-Chun Liu is a Ph.D. Candidate in the Department of Information Management, National Chung-Cheng University, Taiwan. Her current research interests include electronic commerce, Internet marketing, electronic business, and decision support systems. Her work has appeared or has been accepted for publication in Online Information Review, Cyberpsychology, Behavior, and Social Networking, African Journal of Business Management, Journal of e-Business, and other refereed journals and conference proceedings.
I-Cheng Chang is currently a PhD candidate at the Department of Accounting and Information Technology, National Chung Cheng University (Taiwan). His direction is focusing on Enterprise Resource Planning, Information Technology Governance and Computer Auditing. He has published research papers in some journals such as Information Systems Management, Information Systems Frontier, and Decision Support Systems.
Weihui Fu The Department of Management is pleased to welcome Weihui Fu, a doctoral student at the School of Economics and Management at the University of Sciences & Technology (USTB) in Beijing, China. She is a Visiting Scholar for a year in the Department of Management and will complete her dissertation on business ethics in China under her host Supervisor, Dr. Satish P. Deshpande.
Her supervisor at USTB is Professor Zhao Xiao. Professor Zhao has pioneered the studies of market economy and ethics in China. His "The real story behind Chinese economic growth" was approved as required reading for State Council economist conference by former Premier Zhu Rongji. He has also appeared on the PBS program Frontline.