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Tuesday, September 17, 2019

4th CEIBS Strategy & Entrepreneurship Annual Academic Symposium

The Department of Strategy & Entrepreneurship Annual Academic Symposium serves as a forum for academic scholars to share cutting-adge ideas that hold relevance to scholarship and business practice and will feature presentations by leading scholars on emerging market-related issues.

Organizers

CEIBS Department of Strategy & Entrepreneurship

Agenda

4th CEIBS Strategy & Entrepreneurship Annual Academic Symposium

Symposium Venue: AC3-115, CEIBS Shanghai Campus, 699 Hongfeng Road, Pudong, Shanghai P.R. of China.
中欧国际工商学院教三115,中国上海浦东新区红枫路699号。
Schedule: Tuesday, September 17, 2019

8:30-8:45

Registration

8:45-9:00

Welcome remarks

Weijiong Zhang, Vice President and Co-Dean
Velamuri, S. Ramakrishna, Dept. Chair of Strategy and Entrepreneurship

9:00-10:30

Session 1: Institutions in Emerging Markets

  • Xuesong Geng (Singapore Management University)
    The Changing Role of Political Ties in Corporate Social Responsibility During the Anti-corruption Movement in China​
  • Yinuo Tang (The University of Hong Kong)
    Technological Cross-Border Acquisitions and MNE Innovation
  • Yu Zhang (China Europe International Business School)
    Local Drinking Culture, Government R&D Subsidies, and Firm Patenting Behaviour in China​
10:30-10:45 Coffee break
10:45-12:15

Session 2: Strategic HRM in Emerging Markets

  • Yonghoon Lee (Hong Kong University of Science and Technology)
    Network Restructuring: How Do People in Entrepreneurial Careers Navigate Through the Challenges in Survival and Success?​
  • Daniel Mack (Singapore Management University)
    The Limits of Organisational Involvement in Managing Strategic Change​
  • Changhyun Kim (China Europe International Business School)
    Stay Flexible or Stay Committed: Introduction of a Longitudinal Measure on Employment Stability​
12:15-13:30 Lunch break
13:30-15:00

Session 3: Social issues in Emerging Markets

  • Israr Qureshi (Australia National University)
    How Do Intermediaries Build Inclusive Markets? The Role of the Social Context and the Actions of Antagonists​
  • Na Ni (Shenzhen University)
    Channeling and Shielding: The Janus Face of Political Ties in Information Disclosure in an Emerging Market​
  • Daniel Chng (China Europe International Business School)
    The road less travelled: Charting the course of an early-stage social enterprise​
15:00-15:30 Coffee break
15:30-17:00

Session 4: Innovation in Emerging Markets

  • Sali Li (University of South Carolina)
    Digital Innovation in Emerging Economies: Examining the Roles of Dynamisms of Digital Contexts and Diversification Strategies​
  • Ziliang Deng (Renmin University)
    Rapid Expansion and Exit of Exporters at Digital Platforms
  • Guo (Ginkgo) Bai (China European International Business School)
    Internationalization of Digital Platforms: Network as an Ownership Advantage and its Transferability
17:00 Conclusion

Registration

Please kindly contact Iris Wan wiris@ceibs.edu if you have any questions. Registration for the symposium is free but you are responsible for your own travel and lodging expenses.

For accommodation, nearby hotel includes,
A. Shanghai Marriott Hotel Pudong East (5 stars/No. 15 New Jinqiao Road)
B. Dongjiao State Guest Hotel (5 stars/No. 1800, Jinke Road)
C. Ramada Pudong (4 stars/No. 18, New Jinqiao Road)
D. Holiday Inn Express Jinqiao Central (No. 1359 Jinqiao Road)