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Usha Haley  has testified/presented on Chinese subsidies to the United States Senate, US-China Economic and Security Review Commission, US Congress Committee on Ways and Means, US International Trade Commission, US Department of Commerce and US Trade Representative.  Her research on Chinese subsidies has supported regulation in the USA and EU. Most recently, she testified before the US Senate on Chinese company Shuanghui's proposed acquisition of Virginia-based Smithfield Foods. Her 200 publications and presentations include 7 books and articles in Journal of International Business Studies, California Management Review, Harvard Business Review and elsewhere.  In 2012, she received the Academy of Managementís Practice Impact Award for scholarly impact. In 2011, the Economist featured her as Thought Leader on emerging markets. In 2003, the Literati Club gave her a  Lifetime Achievement Award for contributions to understanding business in the Asia Pacific. She has lived and worked on five continents and is currently Professor of Management and Director of the Robbins Center for Global Business and Strategy, West Virginia University and an Associate at the Economic Policy Institute, Washington, DC. She may be contacted through

George Haley has testified/presented on Chinese subsidies and business to the US-China Economic and Security Review Commission, US International Trade Commission, Connecticut Department of Economic and Community Development and National Intelligence Council/CIA.  He has over 150 publications /presentations including two best-selling books on Asian business, a leading business textbook, and articles in Harvard Business Review and Industrial Marketing Management. In 2010, named him a Hero Advocate for his work with American manufacturers and IndustryWeek identified him as a Thought Leader  on Manufacturing. In 2009, the American Marketing Associationís Marketing News named him a Marketing Academic to Watch based on research, teaching and impact.  He has lived and worked on five continents and is currently Professor of Marketing and International Business at the University of New Haven and Director of the Center for International Industry Competitiveness.  He may be contacted through

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