The Re-Emergence of Foreign Banks in Shanghai: An Ecological Analysis
Jeroen Kuilman was born in Hoogezand-Sappemeer on May 8, 1979. He attended Collegium Marianum in Venlo, from which he received his Atheneum diploma in 1997. After high school, Jeroen went on to study International Business at the University of Maastricht. He worked at Hewlett-Packard in Germany in 2000 and was an exchange student at Keimyung University, South Korea, in 2001. In October 2001, Jeroen received his Master’s degree with a thesis on headquarter-subsidiary relationships within multinational corporations. In November 2001, Jeroen became a Ph.D. student in the Department of Organization and Personnel Management at Erasmus University Rotterdam. He traveled to Shanghai at the end of his second year as a doctoral student, to collect data on the history of the local banking industry during three months of field research. In the spring semester of 2004, Jeroen studied at Stanford University where he was trained in ecological theory and methods of analysis. During his time as a doctoral student, he presented papers at several major international conferences and seminars, such as the Annual Meeting of the Academy of Management and the Organizational Ecology Conference at the University of Durham. Jeroen will be working as a post-doctoral researcher at RSM Erasmus University as of November 1, 2005. His main research interests include organizational ecology, industry evolution, and international business.
|Keywords||Banks, Competitive Exclusion, Organizational Ecology, Pre-Entry Activity, Re-Emergence, Resource Partitioning, Shanghai|
|Promotor||Krug, B. (Barbara)|
|Sponsor||Boone, Ch, , Krug, B. , Polos, L. , Thurik, A.R. , Witteloostuijn, A. van|
Kuilman, J.G.. (2005, October 13). The Re-Emergence of Foreign Banks in Shanghai: An Ecological Analysis. Retrieved from http://hdl.handle.net/1765/6926