David De Cremer NUS Business School and University of Cambridge
David De Cremer is the provost chair and professor in management and organization at NUS Business School. Before moving to NUS, he was the KPMG endowed professor of management studies at the University of Cambridge (where he is now a fellow). He is a research affiliate at Yale Law School, Yale University (USA), and a fellow at the Hoover Institution, Stanford University. He is the founder of the LEAD platform (LEading Artificial intelligence & Digital management) and a scientific advisor to the companies Novartis (the Ethics-based Compliance Initiative), and KPMG (building trustworthy climates). He is a prolific author in the fields of management, behavioural economics and psychology and his research has received many international awards, including three early career awards and a mid-career award for his scientific contributions. In addition, he was elected as a member of the Royal Dutch Academy of Science, being named the most influential (behavioural) economist in the Netherlands (Top 40 of economists) and named one of the Top Thought Leaders in Trust by the organization Trust across America. He has consulted and taught many companies including, among others, KPMG, Barclays, Solvay, Novartis, HSBC, Mizuho, Microsoft, AB Inbev, and IBM. He is also a bestselling author, having sold over more than 1,000,000 copies of his latest book Huawei: Leadership, Culture and Connectivity (This book received the PwC best business book award in Russia). His work has been discussed in media such as, among others, the Bloomberg News, The Economist, Forbes, The Financial Times, Harvard Business Review, The Economist Intelligence Unit, Wall Street Journal, CBS Money Watch, The Times, The Sunday Times, Daily Telegraph, and BBC. He received his PhD from the University of Southampton, England, an MA from Cambridge University, and an MSc in social psychology, and BA in philosophy from the University of Leuven, Belgium. He was a (visiting) professor at New York University, Harvard University, China Europe International Business School (CEIBS) and London Business School (LBS) in the past.