Gary Wishniewsky

Director, International Programs Business & Economics

Department of Management

E-mail:
gary.wishniewsky@csueastbay.edu
Phone:
(510) 885-4330
Office:
VBT 435
Office Hours:
NOT TEACHING THIS QUARTER | IN MOSCOW
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Thirty years in teaching, training, and higher education administration; eighteen years teaching strategic management; seven years in international nonprofit management; sixteen years experience in the Russian Federation, three years experience in Southeast Asia.  

Professional Focus

Courses

Spring Quarter 2014
Course #SecCourse TitleDaysFromToLocationCampusTextbook Info
MGMT 680001RASeminar Strategic ManagementARR OFF SITEOVERSEASView Books

Publications

“Comparison Of Student Performance Outcomes In Online, Hybrid, And Face-To-Face Courses In An International MBA Program,” (with Zinovy Radovilsky), Journal of International Management Studies, Vol. 11, No. 2, 55-63, 2011.

“Student Attitudes Toward Online Education At The Completion Versus At The Start Of An International MBA Program,” (with Zinovy Radovilsky), International Journal of Business Research, Vol. 10, No. 6: 135-143, 2010.

“Applicability And Acceptance Of Online And Offline Instruction For International Education,” (with Zinovy Radovilsky), Journal of International Business and Economics, Vol. 9, No. 3: 151-158, 2009.

“Opinions of Russian Managers on Whether to Become An Entrepreneur,” Journal of International Business and Economics, Vol. 8, No. 2: 170-180, 2008.

“Russian-American MBA Partnerships: The Cal State East Bay Experience,” Review of Business Research, Vol. 8, No. 1: 170-184, 2008.

“The Effect on Wages of the CSUH MBA Degree on Russian Students Receiving the Degree,” (with Jagdish Agrawal and Leo Kahane), The Journal for Private Enterprise: Vol. 19, No. 2: 86-103, Spring 2004.

Presentations

Presenter/Discussant, May 26, 2005, Second Annual U.S.-Russia Exchanges Symposium, Moscow, Russia, “U.S. Russian-Academic Partnerships: What American Universities Expect.” (Sponsored by the Russian Ministry of Education and Science and the American Embassy.) http://moscow.usembassy.gov/bilateral/bilateral.php?record_id=symposium2_panels

“Studying Business in U.S. Universities.” Seventh Annual U.S. Education Fair, Moscow, Russia, (September 2000). Sponsored by the Bureau of Education and Cultural Affairs, U.S. Department of State, and IREX.

“How to Choose an American University.” Ninth Annual U.S. Education Fair, Moscow, Russia, (September 28, 2002). Sponsored by the Bureau of Education and Cultural Affairs, U.S. Department of State, and IREX.

“If You Want to Study in the United States.” Tenth Annual U.S. Education Fair, Moscow, Russia, (September 27, 2003). Sponsored by the Bureau of Education and Cultural Affairs, U.S. Department of State, and IREX.

Discussant: “Selecting an MBA Program,” Hosei University, Tokyo, Japan (January 10, 2004).

“Trendspotting: Implications for Asian Managers,” Hartford Institute, Wanchai, Hong Kong (March 4, 2004).

“Doing Business in Russia: Opportunities and Challenges,” Bay Area World Trade Center, Oakland, CA (April 29, 2005). (With Lynn Paringer, Department of Economics, CSU, East Bay.)

“Trendspotting: Implications for Asian Managers,” Hartford Institute, Singapore (January 28, 2005).

Discussant: “Education of Logistics Personnel in Russia: Status and Perspectives,” Ararat Hyatt Hotel, Moscow, Russia (May 19, 2005).

“Transition Economics,” Teaching International Economics: A Program for High School Teachers, California State University East Bay, Hayward, CA (June 30, 2005).

“Transition Economics,” Teaching International Economics: A Program for High School Teachers, California State University East Bay, Hayward, CA (January 21, 2006).

“Doing Business in Turkey: Opportunities and Challenges.” Bay Area World Trade Center, Oakland, CA (February 28, 2006). (With Lynn Paringer, Department of Economics, CSU, East Bay.)

“Russia in Transition: Health Care and Energy.” Wednesday Economics Seminar Series, California State University, East Bay, Hayward, CA (April 12, 2006) (With Lynn Paringer, Department of Economics, CSU, East Bay.)

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