Jacqueline McGlade, Ph.D., MBA, MA
Jacqueline McGlade, Ph.D., MBA, M.A.
Assistant Professor of Business
115 Vangstad Hall
Valley City State University
101 College Street SW
Valley City, North Dakota 58072
• International MBA. Southern New Hampshire University, 2018
• Ph.D., American Studies, 1995, The George Washington University, Washington, DC. Dissertation title: “The Illusion of Consensus: American Business, Cold War Aid, and European Economic Reconstruction, 1948-1958.”
• M.A., History and Political Science, 1986, University of Nebraska, Omaha, Nebraska.
B.A., History and Political Science, 1980, University of Nebraska, Omaha, Nebraska
Current Position: Assistant Professor of Business, Valley City State University, Valley City, North Dakota
Past Positions: Associate Professor, Political Science and Economics, College of Economics and Political Science, Sultan Qaboos University, Muscat, Oman (2015-2018)
Associate Professor of Business, (2008-2015), Dean, Graduate Programs and Special Assistant to the President, (2008-Summer 2012), College of Saint Elizabeth, Morristown, NJ.
Chief Academic Officer, Associate Professor, Penn State Shenango. (2006-2008).
Associate Dean, Division of Graduate Programs, Graduate College, University of Northern Iowa, Cedar Falls, IA., 2006-2008
Associate Dean of the Graduate College, Associate Professor, History and Business, University of Northern Iowa, Cedar Fall, IA, 2003-2006
Assistant/Associate Professor, History and MBA Business Education, Chair, Interdisciplinary Studies Department, Director of Experiential Education, 1994 to 2003, Monmouth University, West Long Branch, NJ
Publications/Research Bio: Jacqueline McGlade is the author of several publications on the impact of U.S. aid, trade, management education, technology transfer, and technical assistance programs on the re-development of post-1945 world business. She has also published articles on changes in U.S. and international U.S. agricultural business and trade since the 1970s and also the rise of international formation and competition between U.S. and world multinational firms, She is currently serving as a guest editor for a special 2019 issue entitled :Making Managers” for the UK business journal Management and Organizational History. Her present and past publications include:
• “Business as (Un) Usual: The Partnership between DuPont and Comptoir des Textiles Artificiels and the Post-World War I Internationalization of the Synthetic Products Industry” in Andrew Smith, Kevin Tennant and Simon Mollen, eds. The First World War and International Business, (Routledge International Business series, 2017.
• “American Aims and European Re-Industrialization after World War II,” in Francesca Fauri and Paolo Tedesco, eds., The Marshall Plan and European Industry (Peter Lang Publications Fall 2011).
• “COCOM, Western Relations and the Containment of World Trade” in Jari Ojala and Jari Eloranta, eds., COCOM and the Evolution of East-West Trade (University of Jyväskylä Press, 2005)
• “Confronting the Marshall Plan: American Business Challenges and European
Recovery” in Nicolas Entrikin and John Agnew, ed., The Marshall Plan Today: Model and Metaphor in International Relations (Routledge, 2004)
• “A Single Path for European Recovery? American Business Debates and Conflicts Over the Marshall Plan” in Martin Schain, ed., The Marshall Plan Fifty Years After (St. Martin’s Press, Fall 2001)
• “Americanization: Ideology or Process?” in Jonathan Zeitlin and Gary Herrigel, eds, Americanization and its Limits: Reworking U.S. Technology and Management In Postwar Europe and Japan (Oxford University Press, 2000; reprinted in 2003)
• “The big push: the export of American business education to Western Europe after World War II” in Vera Zamagni and Lars Engwall, eds., Management education in a historical perspective (Manchester University Press, 1998)
• “The United States Technical Assistance Programme: From Reform Programme to Production Drive” in The Americanisation of European Business, Matthais Kipping and Ove Bjarner, eds, (Routledge Press, 1998)
• “US technical assistance programmes and the education of Western European managers, 1948-1958” in Terry Gourvish and Nick Tiratsoo, eds, Missionaries and Managers: United States technical Assistance and European management education, 1945-1960 (Manchester University Press, 1998)