Dr. Howard Lin received an MA in economics from the Chinese Academy of Social Sciences in Beijing and a PhD in marketing/international business from Oklahoma State University. He was a faculty member of Pennsylvania State University’s School of Graduate Professional Studies and University of Windsor. A 2006 report by Michigan State University has ranked him among the top 90 most prolific scholars in IB research based on the cumulative publication counts in five leading international business journals. He has recently resumed the research on Indigenous entrepreneurship, a topic he first published on 1986 in China and he intends to extend to a comparative project. Lin was the founder of the Centre for the Study of Canada-Asia Business at Odette School of Business, University of Windsor, an economist in the International Business Department with the Bank of China, and director of international business assistance at the Center for International Trade Development, a regional hub for international business affiliated with U.S. Department of Agriculture.