LU Ping

 

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          Name: LU Ping 

          Title: Associate Professor 

          Tel: 86-10-82680919 

          E-mail: lvping@ucas.ac.cn 

          Research Areas: 

            Strategic Management 

            International Business Strategy 

            Foreign Direct Investment and Entry Mode Choices 

            Global Innovation Network and Firms’ Capability Building

 

 Biography

LU Ping currently serves as an associate professor at the School of Economics and Management, University of Chinese Academy of Sciences. She is a member of American Management Association (AOM) and Academy of International Business (AIB). Her doctoral dissertation won the “Highly Commended Award” in Emerald/EFMD Outstanding Doctoral Research Awards. Lv Ping has been taking active participation in research projects, such as “Impact of Networks, Globalization, and their Interaction with EU Strategies” sponsored by EU 7th Framework Program, “Emerging Trends in Asia: From Cost-based Producers to Global Suppliers of Innovation, Implications for Industry Growth in Developed and Developing Countries” sponsored by the Swedish Research Council, “Research on Globalization, Breakthrough Innovation and Industrial Leader” sponsored by National Natural Science Foundation, “National Innovation System of BRICS Countries” sponsored by International Development Research Center (IDRC), and consulting projects for enterprises including PetroChina, Lenovo Group and Changfeng Group.

 

Education

2008    Ph.D.    Tsinghua University

2002    B.A.      Renmin University of China

 

Professional Experience

2008 -            Assistant Professor and Associate Professor at UCAS 

2011              Visiting scholar at Copenhagen Business School, Denmark

2009              Visiting scholar at Lund University, Sweden

 

Current Research

[1] Research project “Market Entry Mode Choice of Chinese Firms’ outward FDI: Multi-level Influencing Factors and Performance” sponsored by National Natural Science Foundation

[2] International cooperation project “The challenge of globalization: Technology driven foreign direct investment (TFDI) and its implications for the negotiation of International (bi- and multilateral) Investment Agreements” sponsored by Riksbankens Jubileumsfond in EU

 

Teaching

Strategic Management;

International Business Management;