Keren Caspin-Wagner is a Research Associate at Duke University and Director of Research at ORN (Offshoring Research Network). Her research interests include open Innovation and crowdsourcing, creativity and innovation, behavioral strategy, and entrepreneurship. Her current research is focused on the effects of online marketplaces for STEM talent on individuals, organizations, and society.
John Child is a Professor of Commerce at the Birmingham Business School, University of Birmingham, and is also a professor at Lingnan University College, Sun Yat-sen University and the Plymouth Business School, University of Plymouth. He has been Editor-in-Chief of Organization Studies and a Senior Editor of Management and Organization Studies. His areas of research are organization studies and international business. He is currently working on the internationalization of SMEs and the negative social consequences of hierarchy.
Eliza Chilimoniuk-Przezdziecka is an Assistant Professor at the Institute of International Economics, Warsaw School of Economics, Poland. Her research is focused on foreign direct investment as well as offshoring, and their effects in home and host economies. She regularly teaches International Economics in Warsaw School of Economics (Poland) and Offshoring from Business Perspective in Trier University (Germany).
Chi-Yue Chiu is Choh-Ming Li Professor of Psychology and Dean of Social Science at the Chinese University of Hong Kong. His current research focuses on cultures as knowledge traditions, and the social-cognitive processes and evolution of social consensus. He is also interested in the dynamic interactions of cultural identification and cultural knowledge traditions, and the implications of such interactions on cultural competence and intercultural relations.
Simon C. Collinson is the Dean of Birmingham Business School and Professor of International Business and Innovation at the University of Birmingham. He is a Council member of the UK ESRC and sits on the Executive Board of the Chartered Association of Business Schools. His research spans the fields of regional systems of innovation, China, organizational complexity and international comparisons of multinational enterprises. Until recently he was a visiting professor at Zhejiang University.
Yves Doz is the Solvay Chaired Professor at INSEAD and a Professor of Strategic Management. He has researched and published widely on the strategy and organization of multinational companies. His books include The Multinational Mission, with C.K. Prahalad, From Global to Metanational, with Jose Santos and Peter Williamson, Fast Strategy, with Mikko Kosonen, and most recently Managing Global Innovation, with Keeley Wilson. He is a Fellow of the Academy of Management, of the Academy of International Business and of the Strategic Management Society.
Douglas B. Fuller is a Zhejiang Province One Thousand Talents Program Professor in the Department of Business Administration of Zhejiang University’s School of Management. His research interests include technology policy, technology strategy, comparative political economy, East Asian politics and international business. He has a book on how China’s uneven institutional terrain shapes firm and national technological trajectories, Paper Tigers, Hidden Dragons, forthcoming from Oxford University Press.
Can Huang is a Professor and Co-Director of Institute for Intellectual Property Management at School of Management, Zhejiang University in China. His research interests include innovation management, intellectual property rights and science and technology policy. He was a Senior Research Fellow at the United Nations University-MERIT in Maastricht, the Netherlands, and holds a Ph.D. in Industrial Management from the University of Aveiro in Portugal, an M.S. in Engineering and a B.A. in Economics from Renmin University of China.
Martin Kenney is a Professor in Community and Regional Development at the University of California, Davis and a Senior Project Director at the Berkeley Roundtable on the International Economy. His interests are in entrepreneurship, venture capital, innovation, university-industry relations, and the evolution of Silicon Valley. His books include Biotechnology: The University-Industrial Complex (Yale 1986), Breakthrough Illusion (Basic 1990), Beyond Mass Production (Oxford 1993), Understanding Silicon Valley (Stanford 2000), Locating Global Advantage (Stanford 2004), Public Universities and Regional Growth (Stanford 2014). He has been a visiting professor at Cambridge, Hitotsubashi, Kobe Osaka City, Stanford, Tokyo Universities and the Copenhagen Business School.
Letty Y.-Y. Kwan is a Research Assistant Professor in the Department of Psychology at the Chinese University of Hong Kong. Her research focuses on how individuals perceive their own and others’ cultures and the psychological implications of such perceptions. Her research explicates the different social functions of culture, specifically on trust relations and creative processes.
Keun Lee is a Professor of Economics at the Seoul National University. He obtained Ph.D. degree from the University of California, Berkeley. He has been awarded the 2014 Schumpeter Prize for his monograph on Schumpeterian Analysis of Economic Catch-up by the International Schumpeter Society. He is also the President-Elect of this Society.
Arie Y. Lewin is Professor Emeritus Strategy and International Business Duke University. He has been Visiting Scholar at Hitotsubashi, Rotterdam School of Management, Uppsala School Business, St. Gallen University, and University of Manchester Business School. He is a Fellow Academy of International Business and has received the Inaugural Academy of Management Trail Blazer Award, the Academy of Management Distinguished Service Award. He was the Founding Editor of Organization Science, the Editor in Chief of the Journal of International Business Studies, and is the Editor in Chief of Management Organization Review. His Research focuses on organization adaptation and renewal, co-evolution and the globalization of innovation.
Yingxia Li is an Associate Professor at Beijing Union University. Her research is focused on project management in outsourcing context. She is a member of the Expert Council of the Chinese Ministry of Human Resources and Social Security’s OSTA.
Justin Yifu Lin is a Professor and honorary dean at the National School of Development at Peking University. He was the Chief Economist of the World Bank, 2008-2012, and Founding Director of the China Center for Economic Research (CCER) at Peking University. He is a Corresponding Fellow of the British Academy and a Fellow of the Academy of Sciences for Developing World.
Shyhnan Liou is an Associate Professor at the Institute of Creative Industry Design, National Cheng Kung University, Taiwan. His research interests are innovation, entrepreneurship, and organizational behavior.
Menita Liu Cheng is a Post-doctoral Research Fellow at Zhejiang University School of Management’s Institute for Intellectual Property Management in China. Her research interests include national technology and innovation policies and their effects on corporate strategies. She holds a PhD in business strategy from Peking University and a bachelors in science from Purdue University. She is recognized as a Distinguished International Scholar by the PRC Government, and was awarded a full scholarship for her research on corporate entities in China during her doctorate career.
Silvia Massini is a Professor of Economics and Management of Innovation at the Alliance Manchester Business School, The University of Manchester and a Director of the Manchester Institute of Innovation Research. Her research focuses on adoption, adaptation and diffusion of technological, organizational and management innovations; dynamics of innovators and imitators; absorptive capacity routines and capabilities; intellectual property strategies; and global sourcing of innovation. She has published her research in such journals as Research Policy, Organization Science, Journal of International Business Studies, Organization Studies, Regional Studies, Academy of Management Perspectives, Industry and Innovation and Small Business Economics. She is a Senior Editor of the journal Management and Organization Review.
Johann Peter Murmann is a Professor of Strategic Management at the AGSM – UNSW Australia Business School. Earlier he was on the faculty of Northwestern University’s Kellogg School of Management and has held visiting scholar positions at many universities around the world such as the Wharton School, University of Pennsylvania, Harvard Business School, and Fudan University. He is a senior editor of the journal Management and Organization Review. One key focus in his research has the role of innovation in the development of industries. His book Knowledge and Competitive Advantage: The Coevolution of Firms, Technology and National Institutions received the 2004 Joseph Schumpeter Prize.
Gordon Redding is based in London as Visiting Professorial Fellow at University College London, and was past Director of the University of Hong Kong Business School, the INSEAD Euro-Asia Centre, and The HEAD Foundation, Singapore. His work has been mainly on the comparison of systems of capitalism with a special interest in those of the Chinese. He is now working on a general theory of the role of education in societal progress. His work is within socio-economics, with a bias towards the inclusion of cultural influences.
Rosalie L. Tung is the Ming and Stella Wong Professor of International Business at the Beedie School of Business at Simon Fraser University. She also served as the Wisconsin Distinguished Professorship at the University of Wisconsin and was on the faculty at the Wharton School. She served as the 2003-2004 President of the Academy of Management and is the 2015-2016 President of the Academy of International Business. She has published widely on the subjects of international management and organizational theory and is the author or editor of 11 books.
Mary Ann Von Glinow is the Knight Ridder Eminent Scholar Chair in International Management at Florida International University. A former President of both the Academy of Management and the Academy of International Business, her research has ranged from U.S.-China Technology Transfer (1990) Prentice Hall, to her current work on China’s outsourcing software development industry to cross cultural contexts, or Polycontextuality. A Fellow of the Academy of Management, the Academy of International Business and the Pan Pacific Business Association, she also serves on several animal welfare boards, and is on the Advisory Board of Volvo- Geely.
Keeley Wilson is a consultant and senior researcher in the strategy area at INSEAD, Fontainebleau. Her field of expertise is innovation and her research on global innovation focuses on optimizing innovation footprints, managing collaborative innovation, leveraging dispersed knowledge, establishing and integrating sites in China and India and innovation regime change.
Michael A. Witt is a professor of Asian Business and Comparative Management at INSEAD. His area of specialty is international business and, in particular, comparative institutional analysis (national business systems, varieties of capitalism) and the impact of institutional differences on firm behavior and outcomes. He is the lead editor of the Oxford Handbook of Asian Business Systems (2014) and the Editor-in-Chief of Asian Business & Management, a major journal in the field.
Weidong Xia is Knight Ridder Research Fellow and Director of PhD Program in Healthcare Management and Information Systems in the College of Business Administration at Florida International University. Prior to that, he was on the faculty of the Carlson School of Management at the University of Minnesota. One of his research interests relates to organizational transformation and internationalization.
Zhi-Xue Zhang is a professor of Organization and Strategy and the director of Center for Research in Behavioral Science at Guanghua School of Management, Peking University. He got his Ph.D. in social psychology from University of Hong Kong. Dr. Zhang’s research interests include Chinese leadership, team process, negotiation and conflict management. He has published papers in leading English and Chinese journals. He got the National Natural Science Funds for Distinguished Young Scholar of China in 2009, and received the Best Micro Paper Award from the International Association of Chinese Management Research in 2012. Dr. Zhang is currently the senior editor of Management and Organization Review.
Weiguo Zhong is an assistant professor of Organization and Strategy at the Guanghua School of Management, Peking University. He received his Ph.D. in strategy and marketing from the City University of Hong Kong. Dr. Zhong’s research interests include technology innovation, interorganizational relationships, top management team dynamics, and internationalization strategy of firms from emerging markets. His papers have been published in scholarly journals and won several international recognitions such as Best Paper Awards from the Academy of Management and Emerald/IACMR Chinese Management Research Fund Award.