Publications

In Progress

Jing Li, Jun Xia, & Zhouyu Lin. (2016). Cross-border acquisitions by state-owned firms: How do legitimacy concerns affect the completion and duration of their acquisitions? Available online. Strategic Management Journal.

Daniel Shapiro & Jing Li. (2016). Understanding the ‘Enigma’ of Chinese Firm M&A Performance: Confucius and Beyond. Management and Organization Review, 12 (2): 259-267.

Jing Li & Chang Hoon Oh. (2016). Research on emerging-market multinational enterprises: Extending Alan Rugman’s critical contributions. International Business Review, 25 (3): 776-784.

 

2016 Research Papers

Jing Li, Jun Xia, & Zhouyu Lin. (2016). Cross-border acquisitions by state-owned firms: How do legitimacy concerns affect the completion and duration of their acquisitions? Available online. Strategic Management Journal.

Daniel Shapiro & Jing Li. (2016). Understanding the ‘Enigma’ of Chinese Firm M&A Performance: Confucius and Beyond. Management and Organization Review, 12 (2): 259-267.

Jing Li & Chang Hoon Oh. (2016). Research on emerging-market multinational enterprises: Extending Alan Rugman’s critical contributions. International Business Review, 25 (3): 776-784.

 

2015 Research Papers

Chang Hoon Oh, Jing Li (2015). Commentary: Alan Rugman and the theory of regional multinationals. Journal of World Business, 50 (4), 631-633.

Victor Chen, Jing Li, & Daniel Shapiro. (2015). Subnational institutions and outward FDI by Chinese firms: The mediating role of firm-specific advantages. Multinational Business Review, 23(4): 254 – 276.

 

2014 Research Papers

Chen, V., Li, J., Zhang, X., & Shapiro, D. (2014). Ownership structure and innovation: An emerging market perspective. Asia Pacific Journal of Management, 31(1), 1-24. Read the paper.

Gupta, S., & Dzharova H. (2014). Innovation and Adaptation: Continuing the Infosys Journey. IIMB Management Review, 26(4), 249-256. Read the paper.

Kwon, O. Y. (2014). Effects of social trust in economic development of the four Asian tigers. CNU Journal of Management and Economics, 2014, 3-30.

Li, Y., Vertinsky, I., & Li, J. (2014). National distances, international experience, and venture capital investment performance.  Journal of Business Venturing, 29(4), 471-489. Read the paper.

Meyer, K. E., Ding, Y., Li, J., & Zhang, H. (2014). Overcoming distrust: How state-owned enterprises adapt their foreign entries to institutional pressures abroad. Read the paper.

Zhang, W., & Li, J. (2014). Crowdfunding in China: A case study of Peking University 1898 Café. (working paper)

 

2013 Research Papers

Gupta, S., & Shapiro, D. (2013). Building and Transforming an Emerging Market Global Enterprise: Lessons from the Infosys Journey. Business Horizons, 57(2), 169–179. Read the paper.

Li, J., Chen, D., & Shapiro, D. (2013). FDI Spillovers at the National and Subnational Level: The Impact on Product Innovations by Chinese Firms. Management and Organization Review, 9(3), 413-435.

Li, J., Newenham-Kahindi, A., Shapiro, D., & Chen, V. (2013). The Two-Tier Bargaining Model Revisited: Theory and Evidence from China’s Natural Resource Investments in Africa. Global Strategy Journal, 3(4), 300-321.

Li, J., Vertinsky, I., & Zhang, H. (2013). The quality of domestic legal systems and export performance: theory and evidence from China. Management International Review, 53(3), 361-390.

 

2012 Research Papers

Chen, V., Li, J., & Shapiro, D. (2012). Emerging-market multinational enterprises in developed markets: Exploring reverse spillover effects on parent firms. European Management Journal. Accepted.

Li, J., Li Y., & Shapiro, D. (2012). Knowledge seeking and outward FDI of Emerging Market Firms: The moderating effect of inward FDI. Global Strategy Journal. Accepted.

Li, J., Vertinsky, I., & Zhang, H. (2012). The quality of domestic legal systems and export performance: theory and evidence from china. Management International Review. Accepted.

 

2011 Research Papers

Chen, D., Li, J., & Shapiro, D.. FDI knowledge spillovers and innovativeness of Chinese firms. (working paper) Read the paper.

Chen, V. Z., Li, J., & Shapiro, D. (2011). Are OECD-prescribed “good corporate governance” really good in an emerging economy? Asia Pacific Journal of Management, 28(1), 115-138. Read the paper.

Gupta S., & Palsule-Desai, O. (2011). Sustainable Supply Chain Management: Review and Research Opportunities. IIMB Management Review, 23, 234 – 245. Read the paper.

Li, J., & Li, Y.. Internationalization of emerging market firms: Research opportunities and methodological challenges. (working paper)

Li, J., Li, Y., & Shapiro, D.. Knowledge seeking and outward FDI of Chinese MNEs. (working paper)

Li, J., Newenham-Kahindi, A., Shapiro, D., & Chen, V.. Foreign Direct Investment in Natural Resource Industries in Africa: Chinese versus Western Models. (working paper) Read the paper.

Li, J., Vertinsky, I., & Zhang, H.. The quality of domestic legal systems and export performance: theory and evidence from China. (working paper) Read the paper.

Zhou, C., Wang, C., & Li, J.. Home-market advantages as the lever for Chinese outward foreign direct investments: case studies of cross-border acquisitions. (working paper)

 

2010 Research Papers

Chen, V. Z. (2010). Benchmarking Canada-China economic relations. Canadian International Council China Papers No. 4, Toronto, Canada. Read the paper.

Chen V. Z., Li, J., & Shapiro, D. (2010). Are ‘good practices’ good in an Asian emerging market? Corporate governance structures and entrenchment by controlling owners. Forthcoming in Asia Pacific Journal of Management.

Globerman, S., & Chen, V. Z. (2010). Best policy practices for promoting inward and outward foreign direct investment. Conference Board of Canada Report, Ottawa, Canada.

Li, J., Chen, D., & Shapiro, D. (2010). Product innovations in emerging economies: The role of foreign knowledge access channels and internal efforts in Chinese firms. Management & Organization Review, 6(2), 243-66. Read the paper.

Li, J., & Li, Y. (2010). Flexibility versus commitment: MNEs’ ownership strategy in China. Journal of International Business Studies, 41(9), 1550-1571. Read the paper.