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Area(s) of Expertise
- Capital Markets ›
- Competitive Advantage ›
- Emerging Economies ›
- Finance - Econometrics ›
- Globalization ›
- Information Economics ›
- Institutional Change ›
- International - Strategy ›
- International Alliances and Partnerships ›
- International Business ›
- International Joint Ventures ›
- Multi-National Corporations ›
- Public Policy ›
- Strategic Management ›
- Strategy Implementation ›
About Atipol Bhanich Supapol
Professor Atipol Bhanich Supapol has been teaching at the Schulich School of Business since 1989. He was also country chief and head of corporate finance for NatWest Securities Asia (Thailand), a subsidiary of NatWest Bank, and director and VP of PricewaterhouseCoopers (PwC) Securities (New York) responsible for corporate debt restructuring.
Peer Reviewed Articles:
“Firms’ FDI ownership: The influence of government ownership and legislative connections,” (with Y. Pan et al.), Journal of International Business Studies, Vol. 45, Issue 8, pp. 1029-43, Oct./Nov. 2014.
“Public-Private Partnerships in Canadian Healthcare: A Case Study of the Brampton Civic Hospital,” (with D. Barrows et al.), OECD Journal on Budgeting, Volume 2012/1, Feb 2012.
“A Comparative Study of Innovation Activities within Regulated Electricity Distribution Utilities in the UK and Ontario, Canada,” (with D. Barrows, W. Hawkins and M S Michel), Zeitschrift für öffentliche und gemeinwirtschaftliche Unternehnen (ZögU), Journal for Public and Nonprofit Services, 41/2011, pp. 66-78, December 2011.
Peer Reviewed Book Chapters:
“Public Private Partnerships in Indian Airports,” (with D. Barrows et.al.), Financing Public Services: Taxes, User Pay or Other Forms of Service Delivery? (ed. Sakurai, T., Macdonald, I. et.al.) 2013.
Refereed Working Papers:
“Getting More Out of the ASEAN Economic Community Single Market: Developing Small and Medium Enterprises (SME) Policy Index for ASEAN,” (with G. Abonyi), Prepared for Economics and Research Institute for ASEAN and East Asia (ERIA), Jakarta, Feb 2012
Courses TaughtKellogg - Schulich Executive MBA:
ECON: Economics of the Business Enterprise
Masters of Business Administration (MBA) & Int’l MBA:
ECON 5100 Economic Environment of Business (Applied Macroeconomics and Microeconomics for Business)
ECON 6450 Innovation and Technology Diffusion
ECON 6960 Economic and Business Environments of East and Southeast Asia
INTL 5250 International Business Strategy
INTL 6600 International Work Term
Bachelor of Business Administration (BBA) & Int’l BBA:
Intermediate Microeconomics for Business
Intermediate Macroeconomics for Business
Project Title Role Award Amount Year Awarded Granting Agency Project TitleDeveloping a new IMBA program curriculum with Integrated and Experiential Education (EE) components Role Award Amount$68,000.00 Year Awarded Granting AgencyAcademic Innovation Fund (AIF)