Professor Jie Wu is a Chair Professor and Full Professor of Strategy and Entrepreneurship at University of Aberdeen Business School, University of Aberdeen, UK. He is currently working on inequality and status identities, culture and institutions, innovation and entrepreneurship, internationalization, etc. and has published widely in top and leading strategy, international business, and interdisciplinary journals such as Strategic Management Journal, Journal of International Business Studies, Research Policy, Human Resource Management, Strategic Entrepreneurship Journal, British Journal of Management, Journal of World Business, Global Strategy Journal, Journal of Business Ethics, International Journal of Research in Marketing etc. He is currently serving as an associate Editor of Asian Business & Management and an associate editor of Technovation. Jie’s research has featured in various business periodicals, including Forbes and Harvard Business Review. He received his Ph.D. from National University of Singapore.
Professor Wu is the Co-Director of the Africa-Asia Centre for Sustainability Research, launched in 2021.
I am currently accepting PhDs in Management.
Please get in touch if you would like to discuss your research ideas further.
Professor Wu would be interested in supervising potential PhD students in these areas:
- Gender inequality and social identities
- Culture and insititutions
- Innovation and internationalization of emerging multinational enterprises
- Top management team/board of director diversity and faultline's strategic influences
- Institutional complexity and Political/business connections
- Imitation, innovation and entrepreneurship
- Dynamic capabilities in managing international alliances
- Emerging economies firms' CSR and sustainability practices
- Internationalisation of SMEs and family firms
60+ MBA (Aberdeen campus)
EMBA Shanghai – short course
EMBA London - guest lecture
7 Courses moderator
All levels student supervision
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Female entrepreneurship in Asia: a critical review and future directionsAsian Business & Management, vol. 21, no. 3, pp. 343-372Contributions to Journals: Articles
Entrepreneurship Knowledge: When East meets WestAsian Business and ManagementContributions to Journals: Articles
Corporate Foresight: A Systematic Literature Review and Future Research trajectoriesJournal of Business Research, vol. 144, pp. 289-311Contributions to Journals: Articles
National culture and international business: A path forwardJournal of International Business Studies, vol. 53, pp. 516-533Contributions to Journals: Articles
Reducing poverty through the shared economy: creating inclusive entrepreneurship around institutional voids in ChinaAsian Business and Management, vol. 21, pp. 155-183Contributions to Journals: Articles
Buddhist entrepreneurs, charitable behaviors, and social entrepreneurship: Evidence from ChinaSmall Business EconomicsContributions to Journals: Articles
How Do Mutual Dependence and Power Imbalance Condition the Effects of Technological Similarity on Post-Acquisition Innovation Performance Over Time?British Journal of ManagementContributions to Journals: Articles
Commentary: Emerging multinational business enterprises and development of dynamic governance capabilitiesJournal of International Management, vol. 27, no. 3, 100887Contributions to Journals: Comments and Debates
The Performance Impact of Gender Diversity in the Top Management Team and Board of Directors: A Multiteam Systems ApproachHuman Resource ManagementContributions to Journals: Articles
Previous military experience and entrepreneurship toward poverty reduction: evidence from ChinaManagement DecisionContributions to Journals: Articles