Manuel Serapio
Discipline Director • Associate Professor
International Business • Entrepreneurship

BUSB 5203


PhD International Business, University of Illinois
MBA, University of Hawaii
BA Economics, Ateneo de Manila University

Areas of Expertise

Internationalization of Research and Development
Foreign Direct Investment
International Outsourcing
International Human Resource Management
International Alliances
Global Leadership Development

Publications and presentations

“International Outsourcing in IT”, Research-Technology Management, July-August 2005.

Rutt Bridges Lecture, University of Colorado at Denver, Denver, April 2005.

Stanford University, Conference: Globalization of Services, Palo Alto, June 2005.

International Outsourcing in IT: Trends, Developments and Implications for Colorado, Colorado Institute of Technology (Technical Report), 2004

New York University, Conference on International Outsourcing, New York City, December 2004.

International Outsourcing in Information Technology: Trends, Developments, and Implications for Colorado, Broomfield, Colorado, November 2004.

Trends in International Outsourcing, Global Forum, Beaver Creek, Colorado, November 2004.

Governor’s Technology Summit (Invited Speaker), Denver, Colorado, June 2004.

“The Internationalization of Research and Development and the Emergence of Global R&D Networks, Research in International Business”, Elsevier Science, 2004 (with Takabumi Hayashi).

“Globalization of R&D Enters New Stage as Firms Learn to Integrate Technology Operations on World Scale”. Research Technology Management. January-February 2000 (with D. Dalton, and P. Genther Yoshida).

“Tamed Tigers of Asia”, Management International Review, 1999, (with Oded Shenkar).

“Reflections on the Asian Crisis”, Management International Review, 1999 (with Oded Shenkar).

“Globalization of Industrial R&D: An Examination of Foreign Direct Investment in R&D in the United States” Research Policy. 1999 (with D. Dalton).

“Leadership and Innovation in Emerging Markets”, Research in International Business and International Relations. JAI Press, 1998 (with Terri Scandura)

“End Games in International Alliances.” Academy of Management Executive. 1996 (with W. Cascio).


Keynote Speaker at the Asian Education Advisory Council, 20th Annual AEAC Awards, May 1, 2005, Denver, Colorado

Co-author and Faculty Director of the Center for International Business Education and Research (CIBER), funded in 1993, 1996, 1999, and 2002 (over $2.5 million).

Recipient of Research Grant to study international outsourcing in Colorado, 2004, Colorado Institute of Technology

Sponsored Research and Grants: Japan-U.S. Friendship Commission, US Department of Commerce, Matsushita Foundation, APEC Secretariat, Nomura Securities, and others

Invited Presenter: Governor’s Technology Summit, June 2004

Recipient of Colorado Institute of Technology Research Grant, 2004

Recipient of the Storagetek Research Grant 1995, College of Business Administration, University of Colorado at Denver

Invited Participant, August 1997 Conference on the Globalization of R&D. Sponsored by CIRST, University of Quebec at Montreal

Recipient of the Outstanding Teacher Award 1991, College of Business Administration, University of Colorado at Denver

Recipient of the Top Lecturer Award 1988, Department of Business Administration, University of Illinois at Urbana Champaign


Member: Academy of International Business, Academy of Management, Association of Japanese Business Studies, Japan America Society of Colorado