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Scott Hipsher

Bangkok, Thailand

Email: scotta

I am currently splitting my time between Thailand Vietnam. I teach at a number universities, both locally and online.

Some of my works include

-Business Practices in Southeast Asia: An Interdisciplinary Analysis of Theravada Buddhist Countries, Routledge Publishing, 2010.
-Expatriates in Asia: Breaking Free from the Colonial Paradigm Chandos Publishing (Oxford) Limited, 2008.
-The Nature of Asian Firms: An Evolutionary Perspective. Chandos Publishing (Oxford) Limited 2007. (Lead Author)
- Born Foreign Firms in Cambodia: Exploration of mode of entry decisions of firms originating from the Greater Mekong Sub-region, in International Journal of Emerging Markets, 2008, 3 (1): Chosen as a Highly Commended paper by the Emerald Literati Network
-Creating Market Size: Regional Strategies for the World's Least Developed Areas, in Innovative Approaches to Reducing Global Poverty, (2007) edited by James A.F. Stoner and Charles Wankel, Information Age Publishing. ISBN: 978-1-59311-753-5.
-Theoretical view on microenterprise entrepreneurial motivators, in Contemporary Micro-enterprise: Concepts and Cases (2010) edited by Joseph Mark Munoz, Edward Elgar Publishing Ltd
-Re-evaluation of Underlying Assumptions and Refocusing of Objectives in Criticisms of International Business in Critical Perspectives on International Business, 2006, 2 (2)
- Transfer or Adapt: Evidence from the Theravada Buddhist Countries of Southeast Asia Accepted by Global Business and Organizational Excellence, expected publication date 2010.
-Entrepreneurship in Thailand in Handbook of Research on Asian Entrepreneurship, 2009 by Edward Elgar.
-Reexamining and Revaluating Underlying Assumption in Business Education in Developing Economies, 1st Bangkok International Forum on Indigenous Management Practices, Kasetsart University, Bangkok Thailand, 2-6 February 2009.
- Born Foreign Firms in the Greater Mekong Sub-region delivered at the 2006 Academy of International Business Southeast Asia Regional Conference in Bangkok, December 7-9
-Regionalism as a Framework for Studying Business Practices in Southeast Asia and the Greater Mekong Sub-region in Bangkok University's Executive Journal, 26 (2), p. 73-78.
-TESOL Teachers as International Managers in The Internet TESOL Journal, 8 (3)
-Regional International Business Theory Creation for the Greater Mekong Sub-region delivered at the 2005 Academy of International Business Southeast Asia Regional Conference in Manila, Philippines on Nov. 24-26, 2005
-Regionalism as a Framework for Studying International Business Practices in Southeast Asia delivered at the 2005 Asia-Pacific Researchers in Organization Studies Conference at Victoria University in Melbourne Australia on December 4-7, 2005 (Accepted for the peer-reviewed conference proceedings)
-Leadership: Style or Substance in Bangkok University’s Executive Journal. 2005. in Bangkok University's Executive Journal's April 2000 edition.
-Internationalization and Higher Education for Displaced Persons on the Thai-Burmese Border (Second-author) Presented at the Higher Education in Southeast Asia Conference: Global Challenges for Intellectual Capacity Building Conference, January 10, 2008, Siem Reap Cambodia.
-Asian Development Bank and Vietnam for the SAGE Reference Project Encyclopedia of Business in Today's World

Academic Reviewer
International Journal of Technology and Globalization

Interests: Academic and non-faction writing. Especially interested in international business, cross-cultural affairs and South-East Asian area studies.

Published writer: Yes

Freelance: Yes