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Theresa Catharina Ying Liong MA (Hons), MBA., Ph.D
School of Business and Economics Universitas Prasetiya Mulya
Organizational Behavior, Leadership Development,
Formation of Ethical Strategies, Organizational Change
DOAJ & NATIONALLY ACCREDITED:
Yayasan NABIL (2017). Chapter in: Tionghoa dalam Keindonesiaan (Tionghoa inside Indonesian): Peran dan Kontribusi Bagi Pembangunan Bangsa (Roles and Contribution towards Development of the Nation). Author: Theresa C.Y. Liong, Editors: Prof. Leo Suriadinata., Didi Kwartanada.
Beyond Marketing: The Phenomenon of Hunger Marketing
Kontan, Jakarta (2014). Author: Theresa C.Y. Liong.
Master of Arts with Honours.
in Indonesian language and literature, on thesis: “Existentialism in Iwan Simatupang’s Ziarah.”. University of Auckland, New Zealand. 1979.
Organization & Human Resource Management
Conference, Talks, Speaking, Engagements and Profesional Experience
Participant - Workshop Project Improvement Universitas Prasetiya Mulya, July 2018
Participant - National Event & Marketing Conference: Creative Marketing Collaboration in Tourism, Universitas Prasetiya Mulya, February 2015
Participant - Research Workshop Series: AHP/ANP Model for Multi Criteria Decision Making Problem, Universitas Prasetiya Mulya, October 2012
Theresa Catharina Ying Liong was born in Semarang City. She took the COP Level III French Language and Literature Department at Victoria University of Wellington and obtained MA degree with honors in literature and Indonesian from the University of Auckland, New Zealand. She also holds an MBA in management at Victoria University of Wellington. In 2007, she earned a Ph.D. in management at the University of South Australia, Adelaide, Australia
Her research interest concerns Organizational Behavior in exploring Leadership Development, their formation of Ethical Strategies and relationship with Organizational Change. Her research data are collected with the use of Qualitative Methods
Department: Leadership, Business Ethics, Organization & Human Resource Management
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