Dr. Lam D. Nguyen, Associate Professor of Management

Dr. Lam D. Nguyen, Associate Professor of Management

Lam D. Nguyen Department of Management and Marketing Sutliff 335 | (570) 389-4386 | lnguyen@bloomu.edu

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Research and Scholarship 2014

March - Lam D. Nguyen, D.Mgt., recently had his coauthored paper,"Do age and management experience make a difference in leadership orientations? An empirical study of Omani and Vietnamese working adults" accepted for publication in the Academy of Business Disciplines Journal.

March - Lam D. Nguyen, D.Mgt., recently had his coauthored paper, "Leadership orientations of Russian working adults: Do age, gender, education, and government work experience make a difference?" accepted for publication in Public Organization Review.

March - Lam D. Nguyen, D.Mgt., recently had four of his coauthored papers presented at the 2014 National Business and Economics Society (NBES) Conference March 12-15 in Hawaii.

February - Lam D. Nguyen, D.Mgt., recently had his coauthored paper, “Students and Business Ethics: An Examination of Business Students at a College in Florida” accepted for publication in the Review of Business Research.

February - Lam D. Nguyen, D.Mgt., recently had his coauthored paper, “Mergers and acquisitions strategy: The role of corporate governance”  accepted for publication in the European Journal of Management. This paper has also been accepted for presentation at the 2014 Winter Conference of the International Academy of Business and Economics (IABE), March 16-18, 2014, Orlando, Florida.

February - Lam D. Nguyen, D.Mgt., recently had his coauthored paper, “Strategies of Chinese Automakers” accepted for publication in the International Journal of Strategic Management. This paper has also been accepted for presentation at the 2014 Winter Conference of the International Academy of Business and Economics (IABE), March 16-18, 2014, Orlando, Florida.

January - Lam D. Nguyen, D.Mgt., recently had his coauthored paper, “The road to curriculum change as a result of the mandated AICPA requirement” accepted for publication in the International Journal of Business and Applied Sciences, 3(1).

Research and Scholarship 2013

November — Dr. Lam D. Nguyen had recently had his coauthored research paper presented at the 2013 Annual Conference of the Academy of Business Disciplines (ABD) in Ft. Myers Beach, Florida. The paper, “Leadership across Cultures: An Examination on Task and Relationship Orientations of Omani and Vietnamese,” won the Best Research Paper Award.

November — Dr. Lam D. Nguyen had recently had his coauthored research paper entitled, "Leadership and work overload stress orientations across cultures: A comparative study on Russian and Vietnamese working adults," presented at the 2013 International Conference on Management Research (ICMR-2013) in Lahore, Pakistan.

November — Dr. Lam D. Nguyen had recently had two coauthored research papers published in the International Journal of Strategic Change Management, Vol. 5, No. 1. International Journal of Strategic Change Management (IJSCM) is published by Inderscience Publishers.

October — Dr. Lam D. Nguyen recently presented two coauthored research papers in strategic management at the 2013 Fall Conference of the International Academy of Business and Economics (IABE) in Las Vegas. The first paper, “Strategic green management and competitive advantage,” had been published in the Review of Business Research, Vol. 13, No.4 and the second paper, “Financing strategies for new ventures: A look at social media,” had been published in the European Journal of Management, Vol. 13, No.4. Dr. Nguyen also chaired a presentation session in management track at this conference.

The International Academy of Business and Economics (IABE) is a leading global organization of academic scholars, business executives, students, and public policy makers in business, economics, and related fields.

September — Dr. Lam D. Nguyen received the Excellence in Research and Scholarly Award from the Department of Management, Bloomsburg University in recognition of excellence in teaching and service to the Department and its students.

August — Dr. Lam D. Nguyen was among selected business professors from across the world to speak this summer at the Academy of Management’s symposium on Capitalism and Corruption across the African, Asian and North American Economies.

The symposium brought together researchers with extensive research and personal experience in fourteen American, Asian, and North American countries to discuss the challenges of capitalism and corruption in markedly diverse economies. The researchers argued capitalism can lead to increased level of corruption in some economies, and corruption is a by product of the capitalism coupled with bad governance, and has a negative effect on the economy.

Representative Research

  • Nguyen, L.D., Ermasova, N., Geyfman, V., & Mujtaba, B.G. (2014). Leadership orientations of Russian working adults: Do age, gender, education, and government work experience make a difference? Public Organization Review. Accepted for publication.
  • Nguyen, L.D., Mujtaba, B.G., Tran, Q.H.M., & Tran, C.N. (2014). Do age and management experience make a difference in leadership orientations? An empirical study of Omani and Vietnamese working adults. Academy of Business Disciplines Journal, 6(1), 1-16.
  • Nguyen, L.D., Tran, Q.H.M., Mujtaba, B. G., & Tran, C.N. (2014). Students and business ethics: An examination of business students at a college in Florida. Review of Business Research, 14(1), 111-122.
  • Tran, J., Chan, P., & Nguyen, L.D. (2014). Mergers and acquisitions strategy: The role of corporate governance. European Journal of Management, 14(1), 145-151.
  • Liu, S., Chan, P., Nguyen, L.D., & Park, J.S. (2014). Strategies of Chinese Automakers. International Journal of Strategic Management, 14(1), 159-173.
  • Koumbiadis, N., Swensen, B., & Nguyen, L.D. (2014). The road to curriculum change as a result of the mandated AICPA requirement. International Journal of Business and Applied Sciences, 3(1). Accepted for publication.
  • Nguyen, L.D., Mujtaba, B. G., & Pham, L.N.T. (2013). Cross culture management: An examination on task, relationship and stress orientations of Japanese and Vietnamese. International Journal of Strategic Change Management, 5(1), 72-92.
  • Nguyen, L.D., Lee, K-H, Mujtaba, B. G., & Silanont, S. (2014). Business ethics perceptions of working adults: A study based on gender, age, management experience, and ethics training in Thailand. International Journal of Asian Business and Information Management. Forthcoming.
  • Tay, S., Chan, P., & Nguyen, L.D. (2013). Strategic green management and competitive advantage. Review of Business Research, 13(4), 173-180.
  • Tu, K., Chan, P., & Nguyen, L.D. (2013). Financing strategies for new ventures: A look at social media. European Journal of Management, 13(4), 175-183.
  • Nguyen, L. D., Mujtaba, B. G., Tran, C. N., & Tran, Q. H. M. (2013). Sustainable growth and ethics: A study of business ethics in Vietnam between business students and working adults. South East Asian Journal of Management, 7(1), 41-56.
  • Nguyen, L.D., & Mujtaba, B. G. (2013). Entrepreneurship progress and developments in Vietnam: An Interview with the Bureau Chief, Director General of the Ho Chi Minh City Ministerial Office of the Ministry of Industry and Trade. Journal of Applied Management and Entrepreneurship, 18(2), 116-122.
  • Mujtaba, B. G., Javed, M., & Nguyen, L.D. (2013). Management skills of Pakistanis: A comparison of technical, human and conceptual differences. Advances in Management and Applied Economics, 3(3), 129-139.
  • Nguyen, L.D., Boehmer, T., & Mujtaba, B. G. (2012). Leadership and stress orientations of Germans: An examination based on gender, age, and government work experience. Public Organization Review, 12(4), 401-420.