Globalization, business competitiveness, state-government relations
Dennis Encarnation has devoted his professional life to the study and practice of globalization. He first joined Harvard University in 1982 as faculty of the Harvard Business School, later moving to the Harvard Kennedy School's Center for Business and Government to launch the School’s first Asia Programs. He has also worked as a consultant for a wide variety of business enterprises, government agencies, and multilateral organizations. His business clients today include multinational corporations, local business conglomerates, and state-owned enterprises. In both his academic and consulting work, Dennis focuses on the execution of corporate strategy. He completed three graduate degrees at Duke University and recently retired from Harvard after 30 years of teaching.