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International Association for Management of
Technology Lists Business Administration Prof. Chung-jen Chen
among Top-50 Researchers in Technology Management

Prof. Chung-jen Chen of the Department of Business Administration has been listed by the International Association for Management of Technology among the world's 50 best researchers in the field of technology innovation management. Prof. Chen will travel to the United States to be honored with an award along with other leading international academics at an official IAMOT ceremony in April.

IAMOT presents its technology innovation management research awards based on the number of papers a researcher has presented in the ten leading journals in the field of technology innovation management, including IEEE Transactions on Engineering Management, R&D Management, Research Policy, Research Technology Management and Technological Forecasting and Social Change, during the past five years. Award winners are the top-50 researchers, among thousands that publish in the field, who have published the most papers in these leading journals over the past five years. Each of the papers presented in these ISI-indexed journals passed rigorous reviews and underwent peer evaluations by professional evaluation committees. The winners of this year's award come from 14 countries.

Prof. Chen, who earned his Ph.D. from the Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute in the United States, specializes in technology and innovation management and strategic management. His research is focused primarily on technology and innovation management, knowledge management, strategic alliances and the development of the high technology industry, and he has published over 20 papers in academic journals over the last five years. Prof. Chen is currently the editor of two academic journals and on the editorial board of a third.

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