GAMING EDUCATION AND RESEARCH

    ZENG ZHONGLU

    ZENG ZHONGLU

    Professor

     

    PhD, Nankai University, China

    Editor-in-Chief, Journal of Global Gaming & Tourism Research

    Doctoral Supervisor, Sun Yat-Sen University

    Visiting Professor, Collaborative Innovation Center for the Cooperation and Development of Hong Kong, Macau and Mainland China

    Researcher, China Lottery Research Centre of Beijing Normal University

    Special Researcher, Center for Hong Kong and Macao Research, Beijing University

    Doctoral Supervisor, Macau University of Science and Technology

    Standing Director, Society of Competitive Intelligence of China

    Editor-in-Chief, Journal of Gaming, Tourism & Leisure Research

    Member of Editor Board, SCIC

    President, Asia Pacific Association for Gambling Studies

    Advisor for International Logistics & Forwarding Association of Macau

     

    The main research areas of Professor Zeng include development strategies of Macao gaming industry, regional economies and micro-economies, strategic management, corporate competitive intelligence management, etc. Over the past five years he has published nearly 40 papers in peer-reviewed journals in the United States, Australia, Mainland China and Macao, including papers published in SSCI journals, top and core journals in Mainland China. He has also published five academic books. Professor Zeng studied in the U.S. in 1988-1989, and conducted European Union sponsored research projects in Austria and France in 1999 and 2000. He has presided over projects of the National Natural Science Foundation of China (Small & Medium Enterprise Development Strategy), Guangzhou Social Science Fund (Guangzhou Small & Medium Enterprise Development Strategies), the China-European Union Higher Education Cooperation Fund (China-EU Corporate Strategic Alliance Research), Macau Science and Technology Development Fund, and others.

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