Jing Li

Associate Professor, International Business & Canada Research Chair in Global Investment Strategy
Area Coordinator
Associate Director, Jack Austin Centre for Asia Pacific Business Studies
Canada Research Chair in Global Investment Strategy
Ph.D. (Indiana University, Bloomington, Indiana,USA); B.A. Econ. (Peking University, Beijing, China)

Burnaby Room: WMC 3347
Burnaby Phone: 778.782.4568

Email Address: jingli@sfu.ca

Curriculum Vitae: View


Associate Professor Jing Li joined the Beedie School of Business in 2004 from the Kelley School of Business at Indiana University where she earned her PhD.  Jing is also the Associate Director of the Jack Austin Center for Asia Pacific Business Studies.  She is a member of College of New Scholars, Artists and Scientists at the Royal Society of Canada. Her research interests include international investment strategies of firms, emreging market multinational enterprises, and management of international joint ventures.  She has published over 20 articles in various international business and strategy journals and sits on the editorial review boards of multiple journals, including Strategic Management Journal and Journal of International Business Studies.  She also serves as Senior Editor for Management and Organization Review

Jing finds that Vancouver's multicultural environment makes it easy to integrate into the local culture. She particularly enjoys Vancouver's outdoor lifestyle, making time to hike and bike in the midst of preparations for teaching classes about global investment strategies. 

Specialization and Research Interests

International Investment Strategies, Emerging Market Multinational Enterprises, International Joint Ventures, Innovation in Emerging Markets

Selected Publications

Articles and Reports

Jing Li, Jun Xia, & Zhouyu Lin

Cross-border acquisitions by state-owned firms: How do legitimacy concerns affect the completion and duration of their acquisitions?

2017 | Strategic Management Journal. 38(9): 1915-1934

Jing Li, Klaus Meyer, Hua Zhang, & Yuan Ding

Diplomatic and corporate networks: Bridges to foreign locations

2017 | Journal of International Business Studies.

Jing Li, Jun Xia, & Edward J. Zajac

On the duality of political and economic stakeholder influence on firm innovation performance: Theory and evidence from Chinese firms

2017 | Strategic Management Journal.

Daniel Shapiro, Carlos Vecino, & Jing Li

Exploring China's state-led FDI model: Evidence from the extractive sectors in Latin America

2017 | Asia Pacific Journal of Management. : 1027

Klaus Meyer, Yuan Ding, Jing Li, & Hua Zhang

Overcoming distrust: How state-owned enterprises adapt their foreign entries to institutional pressures abroad

2014 | Journal of International Business Studies. 45(8): 1005-1028

Yong Li, Ilan Vertinsky, & Jing Li

National distances, international experience, and venture capital investment performance

2014 | Journal of Business Venturing. 29(4): 471-489

Jing Li, Aloysius Newenham-Kahindi, Daniel Shapiro, & Victor Z. Chen

The two-tier bargaining model revisited: Theory and evidence from China's natural resource investments in Africa

2013 | Global Strategy Journal. 3(4): 300-321

Jing Li, & Yong Li

Flexibility versus commitment: MNEs' ownership strategy in China

2010 | Journal of International Business Studies. 41(9): 1550-1571

Jing Li, Dong Chen, & Daniel Shapiro

Product innovations in emerging economies: The role of foreign knowledge access channels and internal efforts in Chinese firms

2010 | Management and Organization Review. 6(2): 243-266

Jing Li, Changhui Zhou, & Edward J. Zajac

Control, collaboration, and productivity in international joint ventures: Theory and evidence

2009 | Strategic Management Journal. 30(8): 865-884

Changhui Zhou, & Jing Li

Product innovations in emerging market-based international joint ventures: An organizational ecology perspective

2008 | Journal of International Business Studies. 39(7): 1114-1132

Jing Li, & Alan M. Rugman

Real options and the theory of foreign direct investment

2007 | International Business Review. 16(6): 687-712

Alan M. Rugman, & Jing Li

Will China's multinationals succeed globally or regionally?

2007 | European Management Journal. 25(5): 333-343

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