杰恩·巴尼（Jay B. Barney）是美国管理学会院士，美国俄亥俄州立大学管理与人力资源系首席教授，在耶鲁大学获得博士学位，曾任教于加州大学洛杉矾分校和得克萨斯大学的A&M分校。他是国际战略管理权威专家之一，是企业资源本位观理论的主要奠基人。十几年来，其文章的引用率一直处于非常高的水平，其研究成果被国内外所有主流教材采用，在全球战略研究领域具有广泛而深刻的影响。多年来，杰恩教授已在顶级学术杂志上发表了40多篇论文；他还是《管理杂志》、《组织科学》、《AMR》、《SMJ》、《人力资源管理》杂志和《组织科学》杂志的编辑委员会成员。杰恩教授曾为惠普、得州仪器等全球20多个著名公司提供过咨询指导。
Organizational Economics: Toward a NewParadigmfor Studying and Understanding Organizations, withWilliam G. Ouchi. San Francisco: Jossey-Bass, 1986.
Managing Organizations: Strategy, Structure, and Behavior, with Ricky Griffin. Boston: Houghton-Mifflin, 1992.
Gaining and Sustaining Competitive Advantage, 1st ed., Reading: Addison-Wesley, 1997.
Gaining and Sustaining Competitive Advantage, 2nd ed., NJ: Prentice Hall, 2002.
Winner, George Robbins Teaching Award, UCLA, 1983-84.
Winner, Former Student's Association Award for Outstanding Teaching, College ofBusiness Administrationand Graduate School of Business,Texas A&M University, 1992.
Winner, 1995 Outstanding Core Professor, Full TimeMBAProgram, Fisher College of Business, TheOhio State University.
Winner, 1996 Outstanding Core Professor, Evening MBA Program, Fisher College of Business, The Ohio State University
Winner, 1999 Outstanding Ph.D. Instructor, Ph.D. Program, Fisher College Of Business, The Ohio State University
Winner, 2000 Outstanding Ph.D. Instructor, Ph.D. Program, Fisher College Of Business, The Ohio State University
Winner, 2001 Outstanding Executive MBA Professor,Executive MBAProgram, Fisher College of Business, The Ohio State University
Designated as an "Ascendant Scholar" by Western Academy of Management, 1990.
Faculty Research Fellow Award for Outstanding Research, College of Business Administration and Graduate School of Business,Texas A&M University, 1992.
Presenter, The Holger Crafoord Memorial Lecture, School of Economics and Management,Lund University, Sweden, "Toward an Organizational Model of Competitive Advantage," Fall 1993.
Finalist, 1986 Academy of Management Review Outstanding Scholarly Contribution Award.
Winner, 1994 Best Paper Award, Entrepreneurship Division, Academy of Management.
Honorary Doctorate, 1997, University of Lund, Lund, Sweden
Elected as a Member of the Academy of Management Fellows, 2001
ResearchGrants, US-Japan Friendship Commission, 1984, 1985, 1986. (Grants totaling $45,000.)
Texas Advanced Research Program, 1988-89, "Managing Risk & Uncertainty in Funding New Business Ventures: Determinants of the Structure of Venture Capital Governance" (Grantof $90,200).
Research Grant, Center forInternational BusinessStudies,Texas A&M University, 1989, "International Agency Theory," with Arvind Mahajan (Grant of $5,000).
Research Grant, Center for Entrepreneurship, 1991, "Strategic Analysis in Starting New Businesses," with Jennifer George and Tom Turk (Grant of $6,000).
Research Grant,Texas Instruments, 1991, "Managing Cultural Diversity for Competitive Advantage," with Bob Hoskisson (Grant of $77,000).
Research Grant, Texas Instruments, 1992, "Managing Cultural Diversity, Continued," with Bob Hoskisson (Grant of $7,000).
Summer Research Grant, 1993, College of Business Administration and Graduate School of Business,Texas A&M University(Grant of $13,000).
Research Grant, AT&T Foundation, 1999, "Center for the Study ofVirtual Organization," with Rob Heneman, Roy Lewicki, and David Greenberger (Grant of $200,000).
Research Grant, Ford Foundation, 2000-2001, "Post Merger Integration," with Oded Shenkar.