Dr. John R. McIntyre, is founding Director of the Georgia Tech CIBER, professor of management (Strategy Area) in the College of Management with a courtesy appointment in international relations in the Georgia Tech’s Sam Nunn School of International Affairs. He received his graduate education at Northeastern University, completing his Ph.D. at the University of Georgia. Prior to joining Georgia Tech in September 1981, he was Research Associate for International Management at the Dean Rusk Center of the University of Georgia Law School. He has published in journals such as Technology and Society, Public Administration Quarterly, International Management Review, Defence Analysis, Studies in Comparative and International Development, The Journal of European Marketing, Politique Internationale, International Executive, International Trade Journal, among others.
Author or coauthor of the following books: Uncertainty in Business-Government Relations: The Dynamics of International Trade Policy, The Political Economy of International Technology Transfer, International Space Policy: Legal, Economic, and Strategic Options for the Twentieth Century and Beyond, Japan’s Technical standards: Implications for Global Competitiveness, Business and Management Education in China: Transition, Pedagogy and Training, A Handbook: Business and Management Education in Transitioning and Developing Country, Globalization of Chinese Enterprises, The Multinational Enterprise and the Challenge of Sustainable Development. His professional memberships include: Sigma Xi, The Academy of International Business, The Academy of Management, Policy Studies Organization, The American Society for Public Administration. He is the recipient of the State of Georgia Governor’s 2009 International Award in international business education in 2009.
Dr. McIntyre is an expert on the primary aluminum industry. He is fluent in French, Italian, and Spanish.
• GT CIBER Website
Areas of Specialization
International business strategy
International technology transfer
International political economy
Issues relating to the globalization of the management curriculum
PhD, University of Georgia