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Bachelor of Science in Industrial Engineering/Management Science (BSIE), Northwestern University, Evanston, Illinois MBA and PhD, Stanford University, Graduate School of Business
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Alfred Jaeger has been a professor in the Organizational Behavior Area at the Desautels Faculty of Management at McGill for over 30 years. His research specialties include management of multinational enterprises, management and managerial values in developing countries, and cross-cultural negotiations. At McGill Prof. Jaeger has taught Organizational Behavior, Cross-Cultural Management, Managing Organizational Change and Business Policy. He also has been active in the Brazil Overseas Summer Program. Prof. Jaeger has worked with managers and management students internationally in North and South America, Europe, North Africa and Asia. At McGill he has been Associate Dean and Director of the Bachelor of Commerce (1988-1994) as well as the MBA Program (1998-2004). He served also as Co-director of the McGill-University of Havana Research Exchange Program and Director of the McGill-Renmin University Linkage in the Canada China Management Education Program. He is currently Area Coordinator of Organizational Behavior and Academic Director of the Directors Education Program at the Desautels Faculty of Management and Associate Dean (Academic) in the School of Continuing Studies. He has published articles in the fields of Organizational Behavior, Organizational Strategy, Cross-Cultural Management and Negotiations and co-edited a book entitled Management in Developing Countries (Routledge, 1990). Prof. Jaeger serves on the editorial boards of the Asian Journal of Management Cases (Lahore University of Management Sciences, Pakistan) and InternexT (ESPM, Brazil). He was awarded a Fulbright Teaching Fellowship for Brazil in 1985, won the Prix d'Excellence - Charette Fortier, Hawey/Touche Ross for the Best Article in Gestion in 1987 and was co-author on the paper given the Best Paper Award in the International Business Division at the Administrative Sciences Association of Canada Meeting in 2000.