WAYNESBURG – Dr. Sut Sakchutchawan, associate professor of international business and director of the international studies program at Waynesburg University, recently presented a research paper at an international conference in Thailand from June 15 to 17.
The International Academy of Business and Economics conference took place at the Centara Convention Center at Central World in Bangkok, Thailand.
The theme of the conference was “Research/Teaching Excellence in Business and Economics.”
Sakchutchawan’s research paper, “The Impact of Governance and Complexity of Uniform Customs and Technology on Operations Management: Third Party Logistics Case Studies,” discusses the superior capacity of third party logistics providers utilized by international firms to maintain their high efficiency in operations management. Key success factors of superior services were illustrated in terms of case studies.
The International Academy of Business and Economics is a leading global organization of academic scholars, business executives, students and public policy makers in business, economics and related fields.
The objective of IABE is to promote international exchange of state-of-the-art knowledge and ideas in teaching, research and managerial best practices to help improve nations’ productivity and competitiveness.
“The conference provided the most innovative business teaching and research to faculty and education leaders worldwide,” said Sakchutchawan. In addition to a post doctorate in management from the University of Toledo, Sakchutchawan holds a Ph.D. from Union Institute and University.
He earned a bachelor of arts degree from Ramkhamhaeng State University, a master of arts degree from Thammasat State University and a master of business administration from National University.