He received his PhD in Management and MSc in International Business from the University of Edinburgh Business School. His research focuses on Chinese firms’ exporting behaviours and local institutions’ influence on their business activities. He is working on integrating institution theories with traditional theories, such as transaction costs economics and resource-based view, in International Business.

Publications

  1. & Institutional Export Barriers on Exporters from Emerging Markets: Evidence from China. In Emerging Markets from a Multidisciplinary Perspective. (pp. 331-338). Cham: Springer.
  2. & The Exporting Trading Companies from China: An Institution-based View. In S. Harris, O. Kuivalainen, & V. Stoyanova (Ed.), International Business: New Challenges, New Forms, New Perspectives.
  3. (2017). Institutional Voids and Exporters’ Response: Evidence from China.
  4. (2016). The Exporting Trading Companies from China: Institutions and transaction costs. Presented at Strategic Management Society Special Conference, China:
  5. (2013). The institutional effects on indirect export channel in emerging markets: the case of Chinese trading companies. Presented at 40th Academy of International Business (UK & Ireland Chapter) Conference, Aston University:

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Teaching

  • MN-2035 Global Business Environment: International Political Economy

    This module provides an analysis of the changing global political economy with a focus on the implications of these changes for business management.

  • MN-3042 Global Shift: Globalization and Transnational Corporations

    This module provides an analysis of the changing global political economy with a focus on the implications of these changes for business management.

  • MN-M527 Global Business Environment: International Political Relations

    This module provides an analysis of the changing global political economy with a focus on the implications of these changes for business management.