Anthony KUO, PhD

Associate dean for international development

Professor Kuo is visiting professor from Taiwan Fu Jen University and is dedicated to the international development of CEIBA.  


Anthony is Professor of International Business at Fu Jen Catholic University in Taipei since 2008. Prior to working in the academia, he had been working for Trend Micro Inc., a Japanese Internet security software company, traveling to over twenty countries to help build up overseas business, speak at public conferences, conduct training sessions, and be interviewed by media outlets such as CNBC Asia, CMP Asia and newspapers in the Asia Pacific region. 

His research interests include international business (notably the case of emerging markets), innovation (particularly in frugal innovation), and strategic change in social enterprises and high-tech firms.


  • Ph.D., National Chengchi University, Taipei, Taiwan.
  • MBA, University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign, IL, USA.
  • B.S. in Physics, Tunghai University, Taichung, Taiwan.


  • Kao, M. S., & Kuo, A. (2017). The effect of uncertainty on FDI entry mode decisions: The influence of family ownership and involvement in the board of directors. Journal of family business strategy, 8(4), 224-236.
  • Kao, M. S., Kuo, A., & Chang, Y. C. (2013). How family control influences FDI entry mode choice. Journal of Management & Organization, 19(4), 367-385.
  • Chang, Y. C., Kao, M. S., & Kuo, A. (2014). The influences of governance quality on equity-based entry mode choice: the strengthening role of family control. International Business Review, 23(5), 1008-1020.


Business Development90%
Academic Research70%
Lecture Skill100%