Linda Yuen-Ching Lim, professor of corporate strategy and international business, Stephen M. Ross School of Business, May 31, 2017. Lim received her Bachelor of Arts degree in 1972 and a Master of Arts degree in 1975 from the University of Cambridge; a Master of Arts degree in 1973 from Yale University; and her Ph.D. in 1978 from U-M. She joined the U-M faculty in 1985. Lim's research on the political economy of development in Southeast Asia focused on the economic development of Singapore, overseas Chinese business in Southeast Asia and female and foreign labor in developing countries. She authored, co-authored or edited six books and more than 100 other monographs, journal articles and book chapters in these and related areas of international trade and investment. Among the leadership roles Lim held over her career, she served as the research director and director of the Southeast Asia Business Program; as the interim director and executive committee member of the Center for International Business Education; and as the director of the Center for Southeast Asian Studies. She also served as the associate director of the International Institute; as a member of the Board of Advisors of the Knight-Wallace Journalism Fellows; and as a faculty adviser of the U-M Singapore Students Association and the Ross Asia Business Conference. Lim co-founded the U-M Alumni of Singapore, and received the Stephen M. Ross School of Business' Victor L. Bernard Teaching Leadership Award.