Full Name
Prof. Tony Fang
Job Title
Professor and Jarislowsky Chair
Organization
Memorial University of Newfoundland
Speaker Bio
Tony Fang is the Stephen Jarislowsky Chair at Memorial University. He also holds the J. Robert Beyster Faculty Fellowship at Rutgers University. He served as a member of the World Bank's Expert Advisory Committee on Migration and Development (2015-19), the President of the Chinese Economists Society (2012-13), and the Domain Leader at CERIS, Ontario Metropolis Centre (2009-12). He was a visiting professor at Harvard University and NBER and Wharton School of the University of Pennsylvania. In 2017, he was elected as a Fellow of Royal Society of Arts (FRSA). Professor Fang has a Ph.D. in Industrial Relations and Human Resource Management from the University of Toronto. His areas of research interest encompass issues of immigration, diversity, and cultural changes, cross-cultural management, inter-cultural communications, high performance workplace practices, and pension, retirement policy and the ageing workforce. He has published in such journals as Strategic Management Journal, Industrial and Labor Relations Review (Cornell), Industrial Relations (Berkeley), British Journal of Industrial Relations (LSE), Relations industrielles/Industrial Relations, Canadian Journal of Economics, International Journal of Human Resource Management, Journal of Economic Psychology, Canadian Public Policy, The World Economy, China Economic Review, Asian Economic Papers, Journal of World Business, Journal of Labor Research, IZA Journal of Labour Policy, IZA World of Labour, International Migration, Canadian Diversity, International Journal of Manpower, Journal of Management History, and Social Indictors Research. He has received 15 research awards from SSHRC, 5 research grants HRSDC, and $2 million endowment funds from the Jarislowsky Foundation, totaling $4 million.

FRANÇAIS
Tony Fang est président de Stephen Jarislowsky à l’Université Memorial. Il est également titulaire de la bourse de la faculté J. Robert Beyster à l’Université Rutgers. Il a été membre du Comité consultatif d’experts sur les migrations et le développement de la Banque mondiale (2015-2019), président de la Société des économistes chinois (2012-2013) et chef de domaine au CERIS/The Ontario Metropolis Centre (2009-2012). Il a été professeur invité à l’Université Harvard, au NBER et à la Wharton School de l’Université de Pennsylvanie. En 2017, il a été élu membre de la Royal Society of Arts (FRSA). Le professeur Fang a obtenu un doctorat en relations industrielles et en gestion des ressources humaines à l’Université de Toronto. Ses domaines de recherche englobent les questions d’immigration, de diversité et de changements culturels, la gestion et les communications interculturelles, les meilleures pratiques en milieu de travail, ainsi que les pensions, les politiques de retraite et le vieillissement de la population active. Il a publié dans des revues telles que le Strategic Management Journal, l’Industrial and Labor Relations Review (Cornell), Industrial Relations (Berkeley), le British Journal of Industrial Relations (LSE), Relations industrielles, la Revue canadienne d’économique, l’International Journal of Human Resource Management, le Journal of Economic Psychology, Analyse de politiques, The World Economy, la China Economic Review, l’Asian Economic Papers, le Journal of World Business, le Journal of Labor Research, l’IZA Journal of Labour Policy, l’IZA World of Labour, International Migration, Diversité canadienne, l’International Journal of Manpower, le Journal of Management History et Social Indicators Research. Il a reçu 15 bourses de recherche du CRSH, 5 subventions de recherche de RHDCC et des fonds de dotation de 2 millions de dollars de la Fondation Jarislowsky, soit un total de 4 millions de dollars.
Tony Fang