任兵
任兵
职称:教授
研究方向:组织与网络,创新与创业,国际商务
所属部门:企业管理系
行政职务:
电子邮件:renbing@nankai.edu.cn
联系电话:86-22-23509167
个人介绍 研究成果 研究课题 教授课程 English
教育背景
南开大学经济学学士、硕士,香港中文大学管理学博士
工作经历
2011年12月31日-,南开大学商学院企业管理系,教授
2005年9月15日-2011年12月30日,南开大学商学院企业管理系 副教授

Visiting Scholar, Hong Kong Baptist University, Hong Kong. August 18-30, 2013.

Invited Researcher, The Graduate School of Business, RMIT University, Australia. December 9-December 29, 2009. 

Visiting researcher, The Management Department of Chinese University of Hong Kong. November 23-December 7, 2009.

Faculty exchange in Jonkoping International Business School at University of Jonkoping, Sweden: September 22-October 20, 2009.


获奖成果
美国管理学会(AOM)2009年年会International Management Division最佳论文评审人奖
南开大学第二届“良师益友“评选活动中,被评为良师益友
社会兼职
中国管理现代化研究会组织与战略管理分会发起人之一,清华大学社会网络研究中心兼职研究员,南开大学创业研究中心兼职教授,中国社会网与社会资本研究学会发起人之一,学会常务理事, 《学会通讯》创始主编
南开管理学术沙龙创始人,组织者
美国管理学会(AOM)、亚洲管理学会(AAOM)、国际商务学会(AIB)和中国管理研究之国际学会(IACMR)会员
Journal of World Business, International Journal of Emerging Markets, 亚太管理研究期刊(Asia Pacific Journal of Management) 审稿人;南开管理评论、管理科学学报、管理学报、现代财经审稿人
AOM, AAOM, AIB, IACMR, SMS,中国社会网与社会资本研究学会年会(CNSNS)、中国企业管理案例论坛年会论文审稿人

研究成果


PUBLICATIONS IN ENGLISH

Journal paper

Liang, Hao, Bing Ren, Sunny Li Sun. 2014. An Anatomy of State Control in the Globalization of State-Owned Enterprises, Journal of International Business Studies (JIBS). doi:10.1057/jibs.2014.35

Livia Markoczy, Sunny Li Sun, Mike W. Peng, Weilei (Stone) Shi & Bing Ren. 2013. Social network contingency, symbolic management, and boundary stretching. Strategic Management Journal. DOI: 10. 1002/smj. 2072

Sunny Li Sun, Mike Peng, Bing Ren, & Daying Yan. 2012. A comparative ownership advantage framework for cross-border M&As: The rise of Chinese and Indian MNEs. Journal of World Business, 47: 4-16, doi:10.1016/j.jwb.2010.10.015.

Daying Yan, Junjie Hong & Bing Ren. 2010. Determinants of outward foreign direct investment by Chinese enterprises: An empirical study from institutional perspective. Nankai Business Review International, 1(3): 237-253.

Yunzhou Du, Bing Ren, Yuli Zhang, & Zhongwei Chen. 2010. Proactiveness, legitimation and the growth of SMEs in emerging economy. Frontiers of Business Research in China, 4 (2): 283-305.

Bing Ren, Kevin Au, & Thomas Birtch. 2009. China’s business network structure during institutional transitions. Asia Pacific Journal of Management, 26: 219-240.

Book chapter

Bing Ren, Kevin Au, Na Shen. 2013. Chinese bamboo network: An emerging phenomenon. In “Handbook of East Asian Entrepreneurship” edited by Fu-Lai Tony Yu and Ho-Don Yan, Routledge Publisher (London).

Bing Ren, Hao Liang & Ying Zheng. 2012. An Institutional Perspective and the Role of the State for Chinese OFDI. In “Chinese International Investments”, edited by Ilan Alon, Marc, Fetscherin, Philippe Gugler, Palgrave Macmillan.

Bing Ren, Bin Yang & Ya Li. 2011. The Sun Family: Passing the Helm to the Wise. In Kevin Au, Justin B. Craig, Mervyn J. Morris, & K. Ramachandran (Eds.), Entrepreneurship in Family Firms in Asia, Edward Elgar Publishing Limited.

Yuli, Zhang, Bing Ren, Guochen Du, & Jun Yang. 2011. Dancing with change: A co-evolutionary perspective of private entrepreneurship during China’s institutional transitions. In Comparative Entrepreneur Initiatives: Studies of China, Japan, and the United States edited by Allan Bird and Chikako Usui, Palgrave Macmillan.

Sixian Zhou, Bing Ren, & Sunny Li Sun. Lenovo Group, Forthcoming in Wenxian Zhang and Ilan Alon (Eds.), Top 100 Companies in China, Houndmills, UK: Palgrave Macmillan.

Jinghong Shao, Bing Ren, & Sunny Li Sun. BYD company, Forthcoming in Wenxian Zhang and Ilan Alon (Eds.), Top 100 Companies in China, Houndmills, UK: Palgrave Macmillan.

Research report

Bing Ren & Peter Sheldrake. 2010. Looking Forward to Tomorrow’s Australian Company, Research Report, to be published by the Tomorrow’s Australian Company research project. 

 

Publications in Chinese

Journal paper

Zheng, Ying, Bing Ren. 2014. Social Capital and Firm Internationalization: A Literature Review and Future Research Agenda, Xiandai Caijing (现代财经)

Luo, Jarder, Tian Zhang, Bing Ren. 2014. Interfirm social network and complex adaptation: The role of Buju. Chinese Journal of Management (管理学报).

Bing Ren, Yao Chu. 2014. How to conduct Chinese contextualized management theory? Chinese Journal of Management (管理学报).

Yunzhou Du, Yuli Zhang & Bing Ren. 2012. Showing or hiding competitive advantage?: The U-shaped curvilinear relationship between competitor orientation and new venture performance and the mediating role of organizational legitimacy. Management World (管理世界). Vol. 7: 96-107.

Bing Ren & Ying Zheng, 2012. Liability of foreignness: A literature review and future research agenda, Foreign Economics & Management (外国经济与管理), Vol. 34 (2): 27-34.

Bing Ren & Yuan Lu, 2011. Diversification, Directorship interlock network centrality and firm performance, Review of Corporate Governance(公司治理评论), Vol. 3.

Daying Yan, Bing Ren, Qiwei Zhao. 2011. Cross-border acquisition versus new joint venture---Research on choices of outward foreign direct investments mode from institutional perspective. Journal of Shanxi Finance and Economics University (山西财经大学学报). Vol. 32 (12): 80-87.

Bing Ren, Jingting Zhang. 2011. Entrepreneurial orientation, family resource pools and institutional influence in Chinese business enterprises: The case of Dawu business group. China Management Studies (中大管理研究), Vol. 6(1): 21-56.

Bing Ren, Liqun Wei, Sixian Zhou. 2011. TMT Diversity and Organizational Innovation: The Role of Network Ties and Collaborative Decision Making. Chinese Journal of Management(管理学报), Vol. 8 (11): 1630-1637

Li Sun, Bing Ren, Daying Yan, Mike Peng. 2011. Comparative Ownership Advantages: Theoretical Framework for China and India’s Cross-border M&As. China Management Studies (中大管理研究), Vol. 5 (4):1-32.

Daying Yan, Junjie Hong, & Bing Ren. 2009. Determinants of Outward Foreign Direct Investment by Chinese Firms. Nankai Business Review(南开管理评论)12(6): 135-142.

Yunzhou Du, Bing Ren & Yuli Zhang. 2009. Liability of newness, legitimization strategies and growth of new ventures. Management Review(管理评论), Vol. 21 (8): 57-65.

Li, Sun, Daying Yan & Bing Ren. 2009. Make global integration like India. CEIBS Business Review(中欧商业评论). Vol. 7.

Juelin Yin & Bing Ren. 2009. How an organizational field declines and reemerges? Institutional entrepreneurship in the direct marketing industry in China. Chinese Corporate Management Case Forum (2008) special issue, Management World(管理世界).

Li Sun & Bing Ren. 2009. Institution-based view of strategy. CEIBS Business Review(中欧商业评论). Vol. 1: 94-99.

Yunzhou, Du, Bing Ren & Julin Yin. 2008. Legitimization strategy and resource integration of new ventures created by entrepreneurial teams. Science of Science and Management of S. & T (科学学与科学与技术管理). Vol. 12: 121-126.

Yunzhou Du, Bing Ren, Zhongwei Chen & Yuli Zhang. Proactiveness, Legitimization and the Growth of SMEs—A Mediating Model. Management World (管理世界), 2008, Vol. 12.

Yuli Zhang, Jun Yang & Bing Ren. 2008. Social capital, Prior experience and entrepreneurial Opportunities: A moderation model and implications. Management World(管理世界), Vol. 7: 91-102.

Bing Ren, Daying Yan, Jingting Zhang. 2008. A frontier theoretical and empirical study on interlocking directorate and corporate strategies. Nankai Journal(南开学报), Vol. 3: 119-126.

Jun Liu, Xiaoyu Liu, & Bing Ren. 2007. Employee turnover: A longitudinal examination within the frame of employment relationship. Management World(管理世界),Vol. 12: 88-95.

Bing Ren, Kevin Au & Mike Peng, 2007. Interlocking directorates and firm performance: An empirical study on China. Nankai Business Review(南开管理评论), Vol. 1: 8-15. (This paper was also reprinted by XinHua Wenzhai(新华文摘), Vol. 9: 129-131).

Chenglin Mao & Bing Ren. 2005. Corporate Governance and Intercorporate Directorship Interlock Networka new research agenda, China Soft Science Magazine(中国软科学), Vol. 12.

Bing Ren, 2005. The corporate network of interlocking directorates and corporate governance—a social embedded ness and managerial class cohesion perspective, Journal of Capital University of Economics and Business(首都经贸大学学报), Vol. 1.

Bing Ren, Kevin, Y. Au & Mike. W. Peng. 2004. Interlocking directorates, regional corporate network of interlocking directorates and regional economic development: An Empirical Analysis on Shanghai and Guangdong, China. Management World(管理世界), Vol.3: 112-123.

Bing Ren, Kevin, Y. Au &Kevin, Lam. 2001. Interlocking Directorates in China. Management World(管理世界), Vol.6: 132-159.

Case study

Bing Ren, Jingting Zhang, Bin Yang & Ya Li. The Sun Family Business Enterprise: Passing the Helm to the Wise, Forthcoming in Peking University Case Research Center Newsletter(北大案例通讯).

Book chapter

Bing Ren. Chinese business network structure during the institutional transition. In Social capital and Management(社会资本与管理学), by Guo, Yi & Jiade Luo. 2006. East China University of Science and Technology Press.

Research report

Bing Ren & Sixian Zhou, 2008. UFIDA’s corporate strategy and internationalization.


Published online talk/Interview

中国社会网与社会资本研究专业委员会访谈Joseph Galaskiewicz教授(20137月),地址:http://cnsns.org/forum.php?mod=viewthread&tid=954&page=1&extra=#pid1524

Ren, B. and Liang, H. (2013), "An institutional perspective and the role of state for Chinese OFDI", in Alon, I. (ed.), Doing Business in China: The Environments of Chinese Business, The Marketing & Management Collection, Henry Stewart Talks Ltd, London (online at http://hstalks.com/?t=MM1293499-Ren)

 

Paper under Review/Resubmission

Zheng, Ying, Bing Ren, & Daying Yan. Institutional distance and EMNEs' location choice: An ambidextrous framework and the moderating role of firm heterogeneities. Under the 2nd round review at Asia Pacific Journal of Management, special issue. “Emerging Economy Multinationals and Home Country Effects: Does Origin Matter?” (in English)


Selected Conference Papers

In English

 

Ren, Bing, Tian Zhang. 2014. Bringing Belief Back in: Dancing with Change and Impact on Entrepreneurship. SMS Copenhagen Conference (in English)

Zheng, Ying, Bing Ren, & Daying Yan. 2014. FDI Location Choice of EMNCs: Formal and Informal Institutional Influence and the Moderating Effect of Organizational Learning at Home/Host Country. IACMR 2014 Conference in Beijing.

Zheng, Ying, Bing Ren & Daying Yan, 2013. Institutional barrier, learning through experience and network ties, and FDO location choice of EMNEs. Paper accepted to present in China Goes Global Conference 2013,Germany.

Bing Ren, Sunny Li Sun, The evolution of directorship interlock network: Exploring Chinese network capitalism, proposal accepted for the 25th Annual Meeting of the Society for the Advancement of Socio-Economics to be held at the University of Milan, June 27 – 29, 2013.

Bing Ren, Directorship interlock network and economic performance in the context of China, paper abstract accepted for the 2013 International Network for Social Network Analysis (INSNA) and Chinese Network for Social Network Studies conference to be held at Xi’An, July 12-15, 2013, China.

Bing Ren, Wei Zhang, China’s private network capitalism in real estate industry, proposal accepted for the 2013 G20 Youth Forum to be held at Saint-Petersburg, 17-21 September 2012.

Hao Liang, Bing Ren & Sunny Li Sun, Crouching tiger, hidden dragon: On a state-stewardship view on Chinese firms’ internationalization. Paper accepted to present in China Goes Global Conference 2012, Harvard.

Bing Ren. Does interlocking directorate network matter?: The contingency effect of institutional and firm level factors. Paper accepted to present in the Chinese symposium “Social capital research: Opportunities and Challenges in Chinese context”, the 2012 IACMR conference, Hong Kong. 

Hao Liang, Bing Ren & Haikun Zhu, Revisiting the OLI paradigm: The institutions, the state, and China’s OFDI. Paper accepted to present in China Goes Global Conference 2011, Harvard.

Hao Liang & Bing Ren. Chinese Multinationals' Outward Foreign Direct Investment: An Institutional Perspective and the Role of the State. Paper accepted to present in China Goes Global Conference 2010, Harvard.

Sunny Sun Li, Bing Ren, Daying Yan & Mike Peng. Latecomers’ Comparative Ownership Advantage: Evidence from Chinese and Indian firms’ Cross-Border M&As. Paper accepted for presentation at the IACMR 2010 conference, Shanghai.

Daying Yan & Bing Ren. Host versus Home Country Institutions and FDI Entry Mode Choice by Emerging Market Enterprises. Accepted for presentation at the Competitive Paper Session of 2009 Academy of Management Annual Meeting, August 7-11, in Chicago, Illinois.

Yunzhou Du, Bing Ren, Yuli Zhang, & Zhongwei Chen. Proactiveness, Legitimation and the Growth of SMEs in Emerging Economy," Accepted for presentation as an Interactive Paper at the 2009 Academy of Management Meeting, August 7-11, in Chicago, Illinois. 

Bing Ren and Kevin Au. 2008. Cooptation or Control: Directorship Interlock in the Emerging Economy of China, accepted for presentation as an Interactive Paper at the 2008 Academy of Management Meeting, August 8-13, in Anaheim, California.

Bing Ren, Bin Yang & Ya Li. Dawu Business Group. Case presented in Asia Pacific Successful Trans-generational Entrepreneurship Practices” (STEP) project, India Summit, January 2008.

Bing Ren, 2007. When Does Directorship Interlock Network Matter: Government Ownership as a Moderator during the Institutional Transition? Paper presented in the Asia Academy of Management Paper Development Workshop (AAOM PDW) in the 2007 Academy of Management Annual Meeting, Philadelphia, U.S.A.

Bing Ren. Interlocking directorate network, government ownership and firm performance during China’s institutional transition. Paper accepted by the 4th International Symposium of Corporate Governance. In Nankai University November 3-4 2007.

Bing Ren, 2006. Chinese business network structure during institutional transition. In Proceedings of the Fourth Asia Academy of Management Conference (AAOM) held in Japan, December 2006.

Bing Ren, Yuan Lu & Jun Yao, 2006. Networks of Interlocking Directorates, Diversification and Performance during the Institutional Transition, In Proceedings of the Fourth Asia Academy of Management Conference (AAOM) held in Japan, December 2006.

Bing Ren, Kevin Au, & Mike Peng, 2006. Interlocking directorates and firm performance in an emerging economy. In Proceedings of the 2006 Academy of International Business (AIB) conference, held in Beijing, China.

Bing Ren & Kevin Au, 2006. Interlocking directorates, ownership concentration and firm performance during institutional transition. In Proceedings of the 2006 Academy of International Business (AIB) conference held in Beijing, China.

Bing Ren & Kevin Au, 2006. The corporate network of interlocking directorates, corporate governance, and firm performance in China’s transitional economy”, In Proceedings of the Second Conference of International Association for Chinese Management Research (IACMR) held in Nanjing, China.

Bing Ren, Kevin Y. Au. The corporate network of interlocking directorates, corporate governance, and firm performance in China’s transition economy. Paper accepted by the 3th International Symposium of Corporate Governance: Corporate governance reform and evaluation: Global challenge. In Nankai University November 8-9 2005.

Bing Ren & Kevin Au. 2005. The corporate network of directorship interlocks in China: A tale of two cities. In Proceedings of the Academy of Management (AOM) Conference held in Hawaii, United States on August 10-15, 2005.

Bing Ren, 2004. BOD roles legitimacy in Chinese shareholding SOEs. In Proceedings of the Fourth Asia Academy of Management (AAOM) Conference held on December 16-18, 2004, Shanghai, China.

Bing Ren & Kevin, Y. Au. 2004. A comparative analysis on the regional corporate network of interlocking directorship in Shanghai and Guangdong. In Proceedings of the Fourth Asia Academy of Management (AAOM) Conference held on December 16-18, 2004, Shanghai, China

Bing Ren & Kevin Y. Au, 2002. All types of ownerships do not create equal: The control functions of boards of directors and organizational outcomes in Chinese shareholding state-owned enterprises. In Proceedings of the Third Asia Academy of Management (AAOM) Conference, held in Bangkok, Thailand, December 11-14.

Kevin Y. Au, Bing Ren & Mike Cheung. 2001. Trust of 42 countries: A cross level analysis. In Proceedings of the Academy of International Business (AIB) Conference held on November 16-19, 2001, Sydney, Australia.

In Chinese

Ren, Bing, Yao Chu.不确定性、企业间网络动态与边际拓展:布局的逻辑,Paper to be presented in 2014网络治理与商业模式研讨会,天津财经大学,67-8日。

Ren, Bing, Yao Chu. 2013. 做情境化的中国管理学研究:概念,意函及路径,Paper presented in 2013“中国实践管理论坛,天津。

Ren, Bing, Yao Chu, Daying Yan. 2013. 组织冗余、CEO受教育程度与高管薪酬对国有企业国际化程度的影响, Paper presented in The 7th International Symposium of Corporate Governance. China: Tianjin.

Luo, Jarder, Tian Zhang, Bing Ren. 2013. 企业间社会网络结构与复杂适应布局的意义 Interfirm social network and complex adaptation: The role of Buju. Paper presented in The 10th Chinese Network for Social Network Studies (CNSNS) and Guanxi Management Conference, Xi’An.

Zheng, Ying, Bing Ren, and Daying Yan. 2013. Institutional barrier, learning through experience and network ties, and FDO location choice of EMNEs. Paper presented in The 10th Chinese Network for Social Network Studies (CNSNS) and Guanxi Management Conference, Xi’An.

Daying Yan & Bing Ren 2009. Institutional constraints, international experiences and Chinese firms’ FDI entry mode choices. Paper presented in the 2009 International Conference on Strategic Management of Small & Medium Enterprises, held in Transworld Institute of Technology, Douliu, Taiwan. 

Juelin Yin & Bing Ren. 2008. How institutional fields recede and reemerge? A Case study on direct marketing industry in China. Paper presented in the Chinese Firm Management Case Forum (中国企业管理案例论坛)in Renmin U. November 2008.

Yunzhou Du, Bing Ren & Juelin Yin, 2007. Legitimization and the resource integration of new Ventures---a conceptual framework. Paper presented in the Chinese session of the Annual Conference of the Academy of Innovation and Entrepreneurship, held at Tsinghua University, Beijing, China.

Bing Ren. 2007. Interlocking directorates, ownership concentration and firm performance: A moderating framework. Paper accepted by the 4th International Symposium of Corporate Governance(公司治理国际研讨会), held in Nankai University November 3-4 2007.

Bing Ren. 2007. Interlocking directorates, government ownership and firm performance. Paper accepted by the 4th International Symposium of Corporate Governance(公司治理国际研讨会), held in Nankai University November 3-4 2007.

Bing Ren, Kevin Au & Mike, W. Peng, 2006. Interlocking directorates and firm performance: an empirical study on China. Paper accepted by Chinese Academy of Management Conference Annual meeting(中国管理学会年会), Inaugural, Beijing, October, 2006.

Bing Ren, Chinese business network structure during the institutional transition. Paper presented in the Inaugural Social Network and guanxi management Conference Proceedings(首届社会网与关系管理研讨会), Shanghai, June, 2006.

Bing Ren, The intercorporate network of interlocking directorates and corporate governance---a social embeddedness and elite cohesion perspective, paper accepted by “Firm growth and development Forum(中国企业成长研讨会), Beijing, October, 2004.


Invited chair/discussant/presentations

Forum/Session chair/discussant

Round table coordinator in the 2014 IACMR conference Chinese paper session titled “Intercorporate network studies”

Forum organizer in the 10th  Social Network and Guangxi Management Conference (第十届社会网与关系管理研讨会),in Xi’An, July, 2013. The forum is titled “Interfirm network and evolution” (企业间网络及其演化)

Chinese Symposium Organizer in the 2012 IACMR(中国管理研究国际学会)Conference Meetings, in Hong Kong, June, 2012. The symposium is titled “Social capital research: opportunities and challenges in the Chinese context” (中国情境下社会资本理论研究的机会和挑战)

Forum organizer in the 9th  Social Network and Guangxi Management Conference (第九届社会网与关系管理研讨会),in Tsinghua University, Beijing, July, 2012. The forum is titled “Interfirm network and evolution” (企业间网络及其演化)

Session Chair & forum organizer in the 8th Social Network and Guanxi Management Conference(第八届社会网与关系管理研讨会),in East China University in Science and Technology School of Business, Shanghai, October, 2011. The forum is titled “The formation and organizational social capital and its consequences in the Chinese context” (中国情境下的组织社会资本的生成及其影响)

Session Chair & Discussant in the 7th Social Network and Guanxi Management Conference(第七届社会网与关系管理研讨会),in School of Business, Sun Yat-Sen University, Guangzhou, December, 2010.

Chair in Specially Invited Paper Session in the Chinese Firm Management Case Forum(中国企业管理案例论坛), in School of Business, Renmin University, Beijing, November, 2010.

Invited discussant in “New SOEs: Leadership, Innovative marketing and Strategic change” session (新国企”——领导力、营销创新与战略变革), in Innovations and Change Case Research Forum (中国创新与变革案例研究学术研讨会), in Guanghua School of Management, Peking University, Beijing, October, 2010.

Invited keynote speech/presentations

第一届中国青年学者交流营上分享题目:谁是青年学者的榜样20139月,北京

第十界社会网与关系管理研讨会大会主题演讲“China’s Business Network and Economic Power in Real Estate Industry”20137月,西安。该题目同时在2013G8&G20 Youth Forum以及2013年杭州电子科技大学“集群企业网络化成长与创新”专题研讨会做了主题演讲

第二届国际工商人类学大会中国分会场主题演讲文化自觉与文化自信:三个回应和三个研究议题初探2013年,上海

 “Interlocking directorate network and firm performance: The moderation effect of ownership structure during China’s institutional transitions”. Center for Studies of Corporate Governance, Nankai University, Summer, 2011.

“Interlocking directorate network and firm performance during China’s institutional transitions”. Guanghua School of Management, Peiking University, November, 2010.

“Interlocking Directorate Network and Corporate Governance in China”. The Graduate School of Business, RMIT University, Australia, December 19, 2009.

“Institutions and Entrepreneurship in Chinese Family Enterprises: The Sun Family Case”, The Center for Family Enterprise and Ownership (CeFEO) of Jonkoping International Business School, Jonkoping University, October 5, 2009.

“Entrepreneurship and Institutional Transitions in China’s Transitional Economy”, The Center for Innovation Systems, Entrepreneurship and Growth (CISEG) of Jonkoping International Business School, Jonkoping University, September 25, 2009.

“Directorship Interlock and Firm performance during China’s Institutional Transitions”, The School of Economics and School of Business, Jilin University, January 7, 2009.

China’s Business Network Structure during Economic Transitions”, The SERI China strategy seminar, July 20, 2007. Beijing.

Other experience

Workshop training participants of the qualitative research methods in Huadongligong Business School, Shanghai, China, May, 2014. 

Workshop training participants of the Qualitative research methods in Huadongligong Business School, Shanghai, China, May, 2013.

Participants of the “中国青年学者交流营” organized by Prof. Ming-Jer, Chen, Dardon Graduate School, University of Virginia, Tsinghua University, China, Sep. 6-7, 2013.

Participant and Interpreter of Prof. Wei’an Li, Dean of Nankai Business School in the 24th Intergovernmental Working Group of Experts on International Standards of Accounting and Reporting (ISAR) Session and Workshop of the United Nations Conference on Trade and Development, Geneva, October 29-November 1, 2007.

Interpreter and one of the leading professors of the Nankai Business School EMBA Study Tour in the United States, April 9-22, 2007.

Participants of the “Symposium on strategic management teaching and research” and training program of “Building an integrated research-teaching career” delivered by Prof. Ming-Jer, Chen, Dardon Graduate School, University of Virginia, Renmin University, China, 6/9/2006-17/9/2006.

Participants of the “Training programs on entrepreneurship teaching” by Babson College, Tianjin, China, 10/4/2006-11/4/2006.

Representing Dean Wei’an Li of Nankai Business School to participate in the Chinese Business Education Initiative Initial Meeting, titled “Sustainable Business and Harmonious Society”, Initiated by the Aspen Research Institute, the United States, Beijing, China at December 15, 2006.





研究课题

Funded research projects in China


天津教委社科重大项目(2014ZD03),2014年6月至2016年6月,构建技术创新的产品和资本市场机制研究
国家社科基金重大项目《全面深化改革视阈下社会治理体制与机制创新研究》子课题
社会治理体制与机制创新的多中心治理模式及多层级协同分析负责人。项目号为:14ZDA062,起止时间:2015.1-2016.12;项目经费:80万。

Principle investigator of China National Science Foundation (NSFC) funded project "Legitimation strategy, institutional change, opportunity exploitation and firm competitive advantage". Fund period: 2013,1-2016,12. Fund total: 530,000RMB.

Principle investigator of Humanity and Social Science Research Fund Project of Ministry of Education , titled “Legitimation strategy, institutional change and firm competitive advantage”. Found period: 2012,1-2015,1. Fund total: 90,000RMB.

Principle investigator of Central Higher-Education fundamental research fund, session 2, round 1st , titled “MNC network, social capital and liability of foreignness: Evidence of Chinese Multinational corporations”. Found period: 2012, 1-2013, 12. Found total: 30,000RMB.

Principle Investigator of China National Natural Science Foundation (NSFC) funded project “Interlocking directorates and corporate strategies during institutional transitions”. Found period: 2006,12-2009,12. Found total: 170,000RMB.

Principle investigator of the “985” “Chinese Corporate Management and Institutional Innovation” funded project, titled “The legitimization strategy of Chinese Diary manufacturing firm during crisis”.

Principle Investigator of the subtopic of China National Natural Science Foundation (NSFC) funded Key project “Mechanism of New Venture Creation and Growth” led by Yuli Zhang, titled “A legitimacy perspective of entrepreneurial growth of new ventures in Chinese context”. Found period: 2007, 12-2011, 12. Found total: 1000,000RMB.

Key participant in China National Natural Science Foundation (NSFC) founded project  “The legitimation mechanism of Chinese new ventures” led by Yunzhou Du, Anhui Finance and Economics University. Found period: 2010, 1-2012,12. 

Key Participant in the China Ministry of Education funded project “Outboard M&As of Chinese firms and performance” led by Daying Yan, responsible for institutional influence of Chinese firms’ outward foreign direct investment.

 

Other projects

Participant, contributor of “Tomorrow’s Australian Company Project”, the joint venture between RMIT, the University of Melbourne, the Committee for the Economic Development of Australia (CEDA) and KPMG.

Principle Investigator, contributor of “Asia Pacific Successful Trans-generational Entrepreneurship Practices” (STEP) project, responsible for conducting a family business enterprise case research in Northern China, and book chapter manuscript writing.

Co-investigator of a case book research project on entrepreneurship, jointly conducted in Hong Kong and Tianjin (the joint collaborator is Dr. Victor Lau, at the Chinese University of Hong Kong).

Participant in the Chinese Enterprise Management Issue Case Research Project on “UFIDA”, led by Development Research Center of the State Council.

Principle organizer of the Youth Forum Fund of Asia Research Center of Nankai University funded by Korea High Education Treasure. Forum title: 2007 Nankai Management Research Salon Youth Forum. 

讲授课程

Teaching Experience

Undergraduate courses: Strategic Management, Principles of Management, Advanced Business English Communication, Global Strategy

Master degree course: Seminar in Management TheoryCorporate strategies and decision making

MBA Course: MBA Business English

Doctoral courses: Advanced Seminar in Management Theory; Doctoral Student Business English

Global education program seminar courses

Making strategies: Entering into the P2P industry (University of Minnesota, the United States, undergraduates, 2014, 5)

Making strategies: A case in a Southern Chinese private enterprise  (University of Minnesota, the United States, undergraduates, 2013, 6)

Chinese manufacturing industry and growth (University of Sao Paulo, Brazil, master students and professors, 2012, 7)

Chinese business operation: a private company in China (University of Minnesota, the United States, undergraduates, 2012, 5)

Chinese firms’ internationalization: The case of Huawei (Rouen Business School, France, undergraduates, 2012, 4)

Huawei’s Internationalization in the North American Market (University of Minnesota Duluth, Undergraduates and master students, 2011, 6)

The Global Business and Sustainability: From Emerging Market Enterprise Perspective, ESPM, Universidade De Sao Paulo, Brazil, Professors in finance, strategy, labor relations, international relations, 2010, 7)

MNC’s Development Strategies in China (Butler University, MBA students 2009, 5)

Global strategy (University of Minnesota Duluth, Undergraduates in marketing, finance and business administration, 2008, 6)

The success and failure of Multinational Corporations in China (Moscow International Higher Business School, Undergraduates in International business, 2008, 4)

China’s economic reform (Moscow International Higher Business School, Undergraduates in International business, 2006, 4)

 

Outboard teaching

Global Strategy (Seminar course in Jokoping International Business School, Master of Science students in supply chain management, Sweden, 2009, 10)

Judger in the board room case presentation (Jokoping International Business School, undergraduates in marketing, Sweden, 2009, 10)

Judger in the end term case competition exhibition (Jokoping International Business School, undergraduates in entrepreneurship, Sweden, 2009, 10)