David K. Tse is the Chair Professor of International Marketing at the School of Business at the University of Hong Kong. He taught for 10 years at the University of British Columbia (1984-1993) after he received his BBA (Chinese Univ.), MBA and PhD (Univ. of California, Berkeley, 1984). He returned to Hong Kong in 1993 and joined the University of Hong Kong in 1998. He has taught at universities in U.S., Canada, Europe, Hong Kong and Mainland China. Since 2002, Professor Tse serves as an Honorary Professor of Marketing at Guanghua School of Management, Peking University and at Fudan University.
Awards, Honors & International Recognition:
His papers in consumer satisfaction (JMR 1988); in cross-cultural consumer research (JCR 1989); in cross-cultural marketing research (JM 1988); and in market entry strategy (JIBS 1997; 2001) are among the most cited papers in their respected fields. By December 2008, his papers have been cited over 1000 times (Social Science Citation Index) and over 2000 times on web citation (Google Scholar).
David Tse serves as an academic trustee in Marketing Science Institute and a board member of Sheth Foundation. He is a board member at the Institute of India, China and America (Emory University), a research fellow for William Davidson Institute (University of Michigan), and a fellow for Center for Service Leadership (Arizona State University).
He is actively involved in academic community, with present and past roles as consulting editor, department editor, advisor and reviewer for Journal of International Business Studies, Journal of International Marketing, and Harvard Business Review (China).
He founds the Chinese Marketing Institute (a joint institute with Peking and Fudan University) and the Chinese Management Centre (at Hong Kong University), now renamed as the Contemporary Marketing Centre. He also helped found the Asia Academy of Management as the founding vice president.
On the professional side, David Tse had been a non-executive director in companies and he actively consults firms in China & Hong Kong.
Marketing in Chinese economy
Consumer satisfaction and services
David Tse and co-investigators received 11 grants with a total of $ 6.0 million in these research areas.