Andrew Delios is a Professor in the Department of Business Policy, NUS Business School, National University of Singapore. He is a general editor of the Journal of Management Studies and former editor-in-chief of the Asia Pacific Journal of Mangaement. He is an author or co-author of six books and more than 60 published journal articles, case studies and book chapters. His articles have appeared in Academy of Management Journal, Administrative Science Quarterly, Asia Pacific Journal of Management, Strategic Management Journal, Journal of International Business Studies, Journal of World Business, and Asian Case Research Journal. His research has received awards from the Administrative Sciences Association of Canada and the Academy of International Business. Aside from his current residence in Singapore, he lived and worked in Hong Kong for several years and Japan for two years. He has also worked in Canada, India, China, Australia, Sweden, New Zealand, Finland, and the United States. He has written case studies and conducted research on companies situated in Canada, China, India, Italy, Hong Kong, Sweden, Japan, and Vietnam. His research looks at foreign direct investment and global competition issues in emerging economies and the international strategies of Japanese multinational corporations.
Zhijian Wu is CEO of Woodsford Capital Management Pte Ltd, a quantitative macro fund management company based in Singapore, which he co-founded in 2010. Wu is originally from China and has lived in Singapore for more than 10 years. He graduated with a Masters degree from NUS Business School.
Phillip Day is Asia News Editor and oversees editorial operations in Singapore, Tokyo, Sydney and Beijing for MNI. Mr. Day has more than 25 years of experience in the news business, with about half of that spent in Asia. He has worked for Knight-Ridder Financial (which later became Bridge News) in Tokyo, for Bloomberg in Hong Kong and, forthe Wall Street Journal in Singapore. At the WSJ, Day was deputy bureau chief for finance and markets in Asia and his stories appeared in the U.S., European and Asian editions of the paper. He was also one of the writers of the Asian version of the Heard on the Street column. Day spent seven years covering politics in Ottawa, most of those with The Canadian Press, before heading out to Asia.