Dr Jie XIONG

Associate Professor

Department : Strategy and Innovation

Nationalities :

Teaching

  • International Strategic Management
  • International Business
  • International Business Environnent

Qualifications

  • PhD in Management, EMLYON Business School, France, 2013
  • M.S. Royal Institute of Technology, Sweden, 2008
  • Master National University of Singapore, Singapore, 2006
  • BSc Huazhong University of Science and Technology, China, 2003

Research interests

  • Catching up
  • CSR & sustainable development
  • Individual decision making
  • Innovation

Services

Honours/Awards

  • Chinese Government Award for Outstanding Self-Financed Students Abroad, Chinese Government (2013 )
  • Outstanding Reviewer. BPS Division, Academy of Management (2012)
  • Best Paper Reviewer Award. The International Association for Chinese Management Research (2012)
  • Best Paper Reviewer Award. Academy of International Business (2011)
  • Fondazione Cariplo Merit Scholarship. Bocconi University and Italian Government (2008)

Intelectual contibutions

Refereed Articles – Basic or Discovery Scholarship

  • WU Xiang, HU Bin and XIONG Jie. 2020. Understanding heterogeneous consumer preferences in Chinese milk markets: A latent class approach. Journal of Agricultural Economics, forthcoming https://doi.org/10.1111/1477-9552.12327 (ABS3-CNRS3) (SSCI&SCI)
  • HU Zhiming, ZHANG Jinlong, MA Huiming, XIONG Jie and ZHAO Shuong. 2019. The Coordination Analysis of Industrial Transformation and Upgrading Policies-A Case Study on Guangdong, Jiangsu, Hubei and Liaoning. Science & Technology Progress and Policy, forthcoming (in Chinese) (CSSCI)
  • BHIMAVARAPU Sasidhar Reddy, KIM Seong-Young and XIONG Jie. 2019. Strategy execution in public sector: based on evidence from Belgium. Journal of Business Strategy, forthcoming https://doi.org/10.1108/JBS-01-2019-0025 (ABS4-FNEGE4-CNRS3)
  • LI Haitao, XIONG Jie, XIE Jianhui, ZHOU Zhongbao and ZHANG Jinlong. 2019. A unified approach to efficiency decomposition for a two-stage network DEA model with applications of performance evaluation in banks and sustainable product design. Sustainability, 11, 4401; https://doi.org/10.3390/su11164401 (SSCI&SCI)
  • HUANG Han, ZHANG Jinlong and XIONG Jie. 2019. Windows of Opportunities in Catch-Up: Research Trends and Prospects. Management Review (in Chinese), forthcoming (CSSCI)
  • SHAO Danping, ZHOU Erhua, GAO Peiran, LONG Lirong and XIONG Jie. 2019. The double-edged effects of SRHRM on employee task performance and OCB: Mediating by role ambiguity and moderating by prosocial motivation. Sustainability, 11(8): 2271; https://doi.org/10.3390/su11082271 (SSCI&SCI)
  • ZHAO Shuyan, KIM Seong-Young, WU Han, YAN Jie and XIONG Jie. 2019. Closing the Gap: The Chinese Electric Vehicle Industry Owns the Road. Journal of Business Strategy, https://doi.org/10.1108/JBS-03-2019-0059 (ABS4-FNEGE4-CNRS3)
  • XU Lu, Yan Jie and XIONG Jie. 2019. Network Characteristics and Organizational Innovation Capability: A Study of the Inter-organizational Collaboration Network of New Drug Development in Shanghai China. Strategic Change, 28(6): 499– 506. https://doi.org/10.1002/jsc.2301 (ABS2-FNEGE4-CNRS4)
  • WU Xiang, XIONG Jie, LI Haitao and WU Han. 2019. The myth of retail pricing policy for developing organic vegetable markets. Journal of Retailing and Consumer Services, Volume 51, November, Pages 8-13; https://doi.org/10.1016/j.jretconser.2019.02.013  (ABS2-FNEGE3-CNRS3) (SSCI)
  • SHI Wen, CHEN Changfeng, XIONG Jie and FU Haohuan. 2019. What Framework Promotes Saliency of Climate Change Issues on Online Public Agenda: A Quantitative Study of Online Knowledge Community Quora. Sustainability, 11(6), 1619; https://doi.org/10.3390/su11061619 (SSCI&SCI)
  • XU Lu, KIM Seong-Young, XIONG Jie, YAN Jie and HUANG Han. 2018. Playing Catch-Up: How Less Developed Nations Can Jump-Start Technology Innovation. Journal of Business Strategy, https://doi.org/10.1108/JBS-09-2018-0160 (ABS4-FNEGE4-CNRS3)
  • WU Han, XIONG Jie, LI Qian and WEI Tian. 2018. Comparisons of Catching-up among Developed Nations and Developing Countries. Journal of Eastern European and Central Research, Vol.5. No.2. pp.90-98 https://doi.org/10.15549/jeecar.v5i2.206
  • XU Lu, XIONG Jie and LI Qian. 2018. Towards to Industry Upgrading: A Study of Catching up Strategy of Asian Countries with Focusing on Chinese Sectors. Journal of Eastern European and Central Research, Vol.5. No.1. pp.1-19 https://doi.org/10.15549/jeecar.v5i1.204
  • LI Qian, XUE Qiuzhi, TRUONG Yann and XIONG Jie. 2018. MNCs’ Industrial Linkages and Green Management Spillovers in Emerging Markets. International Journal of Production Economics, 196, pp.346-355 https://doi.org/10.1016/j.ijpe.2017.12.008 (ABS3-FNEGE1-CNRS1) (SCI)
  • SHU Xiaobin, GONG Yeming, XIONG Jie and HU Xin. 2018. Job satisfaction, turnover intention and work performance in Chinese family enterprises. Management International, Vol.22 Issue 22, pp. 84-95 https://doi.org/10.7202/1058163ar  (FNEGE2-CNRS3)
  • LI Qian, XIONG Jie and HUANG Han. 2018. An Empirical Research of Corporate Social Irresponsibility on Financial Performance. Chinese Journal of Management, Vol.15, No.2, pp. 255-261(in Chinese) (CSSCI)
  • YAN Jie, WANG Le and XIONG Jie. 2017. Alcatel-Lucent falls, Huawei ascends: new product development makes the difference. Journal of Business Strategy, Vol. 38 Issue 1, pp.22 – 30 https://doi.org/10.1108/JBS-01-2016-0001 (ABS4-FNEGE4-CNRS3)

 

Refereed proceedings – Discipline-Based Scholarship

Presentations of Refereed Papers – International

  • “Tacit knowledge transfer within the hospitals of traditional Chinese medicine (TCM)” (with YAN J. and WANG K.), 8th International OFEL Conference on Governance, Management and Entrepreneurship, Dubrovnik, Croatia, April 2020
  • “How Network Resources Influence the Industrial Upgrading of Chinese Home Furniture Manufacturers” (with YAN J.), International Conference on Business, Big-Data, and Decision Sciences, Tokyo, Japan, August 2019
  • “How antecedents vary cross scopes and stages along with the processes of catching up in latecomer countries?” (with WU H. and LI Q.), European Academy of Management conference, Lisbon, Portugal, June 2019
  • “Ecosystem, value creation and corporate venture capital activities: a case study of Tencent” (with YAN J. and WU H.),
  • European Academy of Management conference, Lisbon, Portugal, June 2019
  • “Fantastic Four: How Middle Managers of Four Hypermarket Retailers Address Paradox” (with KIM S. and WU H.), European Academy of Management conference, Lisbon, Portugal, June 2019
  • “How Industry Change Emerges, Develops and Changes: Based on Evidence of Technological Catching Up Processes on Chinese Manufacturing Industry” (with XU L. and LI Q.), Academy of International Business Conference, Copenhagen, Denmark, June 2019
  • “How latecomers catch up in the energy and ecological transitions: the case of Chinese electric vehicle industry” (with ZHAO S.Y., YAN J., and FU H.H.), R&D Management Conference, Paris, June 2019
  • “Look into drug discovery and development process: paradigms of phases and collaborations among participants” (with XU L., YAN J. and HAI B.L.), R&D Management Conference, Paris, June 2019
  • “Perceived quality of traceability information and its effect on purchase intention towards organic food” (with WU X., Yan J. and WU H.), AMA Global Marketing SIG Conference, Buenos Aires, Argentina, May 2019
  • “Institutional Entrepreneurship of NGO Field through Contingent Symbiosis and Contingent Antibiosis: Based on Empirical Evidences in China” (with LI Q.), International Schumpeter Society 2018 conference, Seoul, South Korea, July 2018
  • “The Tortoise and the Hare: Catching up Process in the Chinese Hypermarket Industry from 1992 to 2011” (with Monin, P.), International Schumpeter Society 2018 conference, Seoul, South Korea, July 2018
  • “Institutional Entrepreneurship of NGO Field through Contingent Symbiosis and Contingent Antibiosis in China” (with LI Q.), European Academy of Management conference, Reykjavik, Iceland, June 2018
  • “Revisit processes of catching up strategy of Asian countries: a cross level study” (with XU L. and LI Q.), 43rd Annual Conference of the European International Business Academy, Milan, Italy, December 2017
  • “Comparisons of Catch-up Among Developed Nations and Developing Countries” (with WU H. and HUANG H.), International Conference on Management in Digital Era, Prague, Czech Republic, October 2017
  • “Towards to industry upgrading: A study of catching up strategies of Chinese sectors”, (with XU L. and LI Q.), International Conference on Management in Digital Era, Prague, Czech Republic, October 2017
  • “The Mechanisms of NGOs’ Attention Acquisition in Developing Countries: A Study of environmental NGOs in China” (with Li Q.), Academy of International Business Conference, Dubai, UAE, July 2017
  • “The Tortoise and the Hare: Catching up Process in the Chinese Hypermarket Industry from 1992 to 2011” (with Monin P.), Academy of International Business Conference, New Orleans, USA, July 2016
  • Xiong, Jie and Philippe Monin. The Tortoise and the Hare: Catching up Process in the Chinese Hypermarket Industry from 1992 to 2011, Academy of International Business, New Orleans, Indiana. 2016
  • Li, Qian, Qiuzhi Xue, and Jie Xiong. MNCs’ Industrial Linkages and Green Management Spillovers in Emerging Markets. European Academy of Management Conference, Warsaw, Poland.2015
  • Xiong, Jie, Peiran Su, and Carole Bonanni. Intra-Organizational Knowledge Inflows Management at Middle Management Level for Ambidexterity. International Federation of Scholarly Associations of Management Conference. 2014
  • Xiong, Jie and Philippe Monin. Antecedents to Catching Up in Low-Tech Industries: Group-level dynamics in the Chinese Hypermarket Industry 1992-201. Academy of International Business Conference, Vancouver, Canada-British Columbia. 2014
  • Xiong, Jie and Philippe Monin.Middle Manager Practices and Boundary-Spanning Roles. Academy of International Business Conference, Vancouver, Canada-British Columbia. 2014
  • Xiong, Jie and Seong-Young Kim. Normative and Resisting Behaviors of Middle Managers. Asia-Pacific Conference on Management and Business, Seoul, Republic of Korea. 2014
  • Xiong, Jie and Peiran Su. Ambidexterity in knowledge acquisition: A middle management exercise in firm administration. XV World Economy Meeting, Santander, Spain. 2013
  • Xiong, Jie and Peiran Su. Ambidexterity in knowledge acquisition: A middle management exercise in firm administration. British Academy of Management Annual Conference, Liverpool, United Kingdom. 2013
  • XIONG, Jie and P Monin. The tortoise and the Hare: catching up at sub_industry Groups. Academy of International Business UK&I Conference, Great Britain. 2012
  • XIONG, Jie and T Wang. Hero’s return? Dual conformity process for academic returnees in Chinese business schools. Academy of International Business conference, Nagoya, Japan. 2011
  • XIONG, Jie. How structural and contextual mechanisms contribute to organizational ambidexterity, from a knowledge perspective. Academy of International Business conference, Nagoya, Japan. 2011

 

Non-Refereed Proceedings Basic or Discovery Scholarship

  • Xiong, Jie, Le WANG, and Jie YAN. New Product Development: What Can We Learn From the Fall of Alcatel-Lucent and the Rise of Huawei? Journal of Business Strategy. 2016

 

Chapters, Cases, Readings, Supplements

Chapter

  • “Strategic Plan of Made in China 2025 and Its Implementations” (with Ma H.), Analysing the Impacts of Industry 4.0 in Modern Business Environments. 2018. Page 1-23. IGI Global. ISBN13: 9781522534686
  • “Transformation and upgrading of the optical fiber industry in China: taking YOFC as an example” (with Ma H.), Analysing the Impacts of Industry 4.0 in Modern Business Environments. 2018. Page 24-40. IGI Global. ISBN13: 9781522534686