Dr. Jacqueline McGlade

Title:Associate Professor
Room #:2063-B
Ext. #:2929

Fields of Interest:

International Business, Trade and Economic Relations, Social Media and Business/Political Communications, International Political and Economic Systems, International Aid Programmes and Economic Development, Global Technology Transfer


PhD. George Washington University, Washington, D.C. (1995). International M.B.A., Southern New Hampshire University, Manchester, New Hampshire, USA (in progress)
M.A. History and Communication Studies. University of Nebraska at Omaha, Nebraska, USA. (1975).
B.A.. History and Political Science. University of Nebraska at Omaha, Nebraska, USA. (1975).

Jacqueline McGlade, Associate Professor in the Department of Political Science of Sultan Qaboos University, specializes in International Political Economic and Business development, relations, and systems, Social Media in Politics and Business, and International Trade and Technology Transfer. She is an expert on the impact of post World War II U.S. aid and trade programmes on global business and economic development. In 1991, she was awarded a Woodrow Wilson Pre-Doctoral Fellowship for her dissertation work and has received several research grants from such organizations as the University of Florence and the Organization for European Economic Development. She has also been a frequent speaker and consultant to the U.S. Department of State, the George C. Marshall Foundation, and the German Marshall Fund. Her current research interests are the impact of international and regional strategic trade controls on global economic development, the formation of regional trade blocs as an impetus for global business and trade growth, and global technology and business systems convergence and divergence. She teaches undergraduate and masters courses in political science, comparative and international politics. Prior to arriving at Sultan Qaboos University she was an Associate Professor of history, political science, economics and business at the College of Saint Elizabeth, Pennsylvania State University, the University of Northern Iowa and Monmouth University in the United States.

Selected Publications:

  • “Creating the Managerial Class: The Evolution and Internationalization of American Business Education: 1850 to the Present” in the Oxford Handbook of Management Education (Forthcoming Oxford University Press,2017).
  • “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 The First World War and International Business (Forthcoming Routledge International Business series, Spring 2016).
  • Coauthor with J.C. Spender, Kozminski University, Warsaw, Poland, “Uneasy Relations: States, Universities, and Business Schools,” Academy of Management Journal, Special Issue, 2016.
  • “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).
  • “More a Plowshare Instead of a Sword: The Role of Agriculture in Cold War Diplomacy,” Journal of Agricultural History, (Volume 83, No. 1, Winter 2009).