Dr XIONG Jie

Assistant Professor

Department : Strategy and Innovation

Nationalities :

Teaching

  • Corporate strategy
  • International business

Qualifications

PhD. (ABD) EM Lyon 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

Serivces

Honours/Awards

  • 2013

    Chinese Government Award for Outstanding Self-Financed Students Abroad, Chinese Government.

  • 2012

    Outstanding Reviewer. BPS Division, Academy of Management

  • 2012

    Best Paper Reviewer Award. The International Association for Chinese Management Research.

  • 2011

    Best Paper Reviewer Award. Academy of International Business.

  • 2008

    Fondazione Cariplo Merit Scholarship. Bocconi University and Italian Government.

Intelectual contibutions

Refereed Proceedings Basic or Discovery Scholarship

Antecedents to Catching Up in Low-Tech Industries: Group-level dynamics in the Chinese Hypermarket Industry 1992-2011

Authors:Xiong, Jie and Philippe Monin Published in:Management International Date:2015

The Tortoise and the Hare: Catching up at Sub-industry Groups

Authors:Xiong, Jie and Philippe Monin Published in:EURAM (European Academy of Management Date:2012

The Tortoise and the Hare: Catching up at Sub-industry Groups.

Authors:Xiong, Jie and Philippe Monin Published in:Academy of International Business Date:2012

Hero's Return? Dual Conformity Process for Academic Returnees in Chinese Business Schools

Authors:Xiong, Jie and Tao Wang Published in:EURAM Date:2011

Hero's Return? Dual Conformity Process for Academic Returnees in Chinese Business Schools

Authors:Xiong, Jie and Tao Wang Published in:Academy of International Business Date:2011

How Structural and Contextual Mechanisms Contribute to Organizational Ambidexterity, from a

Authors:Xiong, Jie Published in:Academy of International Business Date:2011

Non-Refereed Proceedings Basic or Discovery Scholarship

New Product Development: What Can We Learn From the Fall of Alcatel-Lucent and the Rise of Huawei?

Authors:Xiong, Jie, Le WANG, and Jie YAN Published in:Journal of Business Strategy Date:2016

Presentations of Refereed Papers International

The Tortoise and the Hare: Catching up Process in the Chinese Hypermarket Industry from 1992 to 2011

Authors:Xiong, Jie and Philippe Monin Published in:Academy of International Business, New Orleans, Indiana. Date:2016

MNCs' Industrial Linkages and Green Management Spillovers in Emerging Markets

Authors:Li, Qian, Qiuzhi Xue, and Jie Xiong Published in:European Academy of Management Conference, Warsaw, Poland. Date:2015

Intra-Organizational Knowledge Inflows Management at Middle Management Level for Ambidexterity

Authors:Xiong, Jie, Peiran Su, and Carole Bonanni Published in:International Federation of Scholarly Associations of Management Conference Date:2014

Antecedents to Catching Up in Low-Tech Industries: Group-level dynamics in the Chinese Hypermarket Industry 1992-201

Authors:Xiong, Jie and Philippe Monin Published in:Academy of International Business Conference, Vancouver, Canada-British Columbia. Date:2014

Middle Manager Practices and Boundary-Spanning Roles.

Authors:Xiong, Jie and Philippe Monin Published in:Academy of International Business Conference, Vancouver, Canada-British Columbia. Date:2014

Normative and Resisting Behaviors of Middle Managers.

Authors:Xiong, Jie and Seong-Young Kim Published in:Asia-Pacific Conference on Management and Business, Seoul, Republic of Korea. Date:2014

Ambidexterity in knowledge acquisition: A middle management exercise in firm administration

Authors:Xiong, Jie and Peiran Su Published in:XV World Economy Meeting, Santander, Spain. Date:2013

Ambidexterity in knowledge acquisition: A middle management exercise in firm administration.

Authors:Xiong, Jie and Peiran Su Published in:British Academy of Management Annual Conference, Liverpool, United Kingdom. Date:2013

The tortoise and the Hare: catching up at sub_industry Groups.

Authors:XIONG, Jie and P Monin Published in:Academy of International Business UK&I Conference, Great Britain. Date:2012

Hero's return? Dual conformity process for academic returnees in Chinese business schools.

Authors:XIONG, Jie and T Wang Published in:Academy of International Business conference, Nagoya, Japan. Date:2011

How structural and contextual mechanisms contribute to organizational ambidexterity, from a knowledge perspective.

Authors:XIONG, Jie Published in:Academy of International Business conference, Nagoya, Japan. Date:2011