I am engaged in research dealing with the rapid changes in manufacturing, especially in the motor vehicle industry. Change results from [i] technological progress,  new capabilities in developing countries that alter comparative advantage  evolution of global supply chains,  environmental concerns, business cycles, including the current severe economic and financial crisis,  trade liberalization or increased protection and  foreign exchange rate movements. My research on the automotive industry includes keeping a breast of what is happening in North America, Europe, Japan, Korea, China, India and South America.
2014 Best Reviewer for the 2014 AIB Annual Meetings, Vancouver, Canada, June 2014.
2012 York International Award for Outstanding Contribution to Internationalization of Student Experience at York University, 2011-2012
2007, 2001 Merit Award, York University
2002 APEX Award of Excellence for feature article on gasoline pricing in the Imperial Oil Review.
2002 Distinguished Speaker, Administrative Sciences Association of Canada (ASAC), International Business Division
2001 Germany Today: Selected as one of twenty North American Scholars (including a few media and government professionals) for the Germany 2001 Program sponsored by the Deutscher Akademischer Austauch Dienst (DAAD, the German Academic Exchange Service).
1999 Listed in Who’s Who in International Business, Education and Research, edited by William Shepherd, Iyanatul Islam and Sankaran Raghunzthan, Edgar Elgar, Aldershot, England, pp. 441-445.
1963-1967 Yale University Fellowships (various)
1963-1964 New York State College Teaching Fellowship.
1963 Arthur D. Gayer Award in Economics, Queens College of the City University of New York.
Listed in Who’s Who in Canadian Business
Courses TaughtDoctoral Tutorials:
European Academy of International Business
Applied International Economics (MBA, BBA)
International Trade and Monetary Systems (International MBA)
International Economics (BA, International BBA)
Microeconomics for Management (MBA)
International Economic Relations (MA)
Project Title Role Award Amount Year Awarded Granting Agency Project TitleResearch on factors contributing to success in international business in order to develop new international business curriculum at the undergraduate level Role Award Amount$750,000.00 Year Awarded2011-2013 Granting AgencyExport Development Canada (EDC) Project Title Role Award Amount$800,000.00 Year Awarded2006 Granting AgencyEDGE (Emerging Dynamic Global Economies) Network Project Title Role Award Amount$3,000,000.00 Year Awarded2005-2007 Granting AgencyOntario Research Chair in Economics & Cross Cultural Studies: Public Policy and Enterprise Competitiveness Project TitleTelecommunications Industry Role Award Amount$1,500.00 Year Awarded2000 Granting AgencyYork University, Schulich School of Business Project TitleForeign Investment Restrictions in Canadian Telecommunications Sector Role Award Amount$15,000.00 Year Awarded1999 Granting AgencyIndustry Canada Project Title Role Award Amount$ Year Awarded1987–1996, 1997–2002 Granting AgencyYork University, Faculty of Graduate Studies and Schulich School of Business, Funds for Research Assistant Project Title Role Award Amount$ Year Awarded1996-1997 Granting AgencyYork University, Faculty of Graduate Studies- Matching Funds for Research Assistant Project TitleRelationships between Original Equipment Manufacturers and Auto Parts Suppliers in North America Role Award Amount$ Year Awarded1995 Granting AgencyYork University, Schulich School of Business Project TitleStrategic Alliances and Canadian Outward Direct Investment Role Award Amount$2,500.00 Year Awarded1993 Granting AgencyIndustry Canada Project TitleStrategic Alliances in the European Automotive Industry Role Award Amount$5,000.00 Year Awarded1990 Granting AgencyOntario Centre for International Business