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Huilin XIAO
Major:Enterprise Management
Title:Associate Professor
International Business Strategy, Management, International Marketing, Research Methodology

Education Background

2005 - 2008        University of Sydney Ph.D
2002 - 2005        University of Sydney Master
1998 - 2002        Beijing International Studies University        Bachelor

Research Area

Research Area:International Business, Strategy Management

Refereed Publications

Journal Article

[1] Economic Perspectives:Theory Review of the Optimization of Grain Reserve System in China ;2011

[2] (Overseas Edition):Capital is the Ship, The Brand is the Sail –An Interview of Zhang Ruimin, CEO of Haier Group;2011

[3] Journal of Global Information Technology Management.:The Online Social Networks on Knowledge Exchange: Online Social Identity, Social Tie and Culture Orientation;2012

[4] Journal of Management Science (Chinese):Exploring the Mechanisms of Emotion Regulation in Top Management Team Decision Making - Based on Quasi-experimental Field Study;2014

Meetings/seminars papers

[1] Xiao Huilin and Tipton Ben, “Knowledge Transfer in Multinational Enterprises in China”, AIB 2008 Annual Meeting in Milan, Italy.;2008

[2] Xiao Huilin,“Institutions, Firm Legitimacy and Management: MNEs in China”, The 8th Annual International Business Research Forum: Institutional Changes and Organizational Transformations in Developing Economies,Saturday,April 21, 2007, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania.;2007

[3] Xiao Huilin, “Uncover the Myths of Organizational Legitimacy in China - An Operational Management Perspective”, 2007 AOM: Doing Well by Doing Good, Philadelphia, PA.USA. August 3-8, 2007.;2007

[4] Xiao Huilin & Tipton B, “Knowledge management and transfer patterns in a transitional economy”, International Conference on Information Technology and Management, ICITM2007, Jan 3-5, 2007, Hong Kong;2007

[5] Xiao Huilin & Nicholas Stephen, “A Study of Impediments and Facilitators of Cross-national Knowledge Transfer into Chinese Subsidiaries - Does Institution Matter?”, Presented at Academy of International Business Southeast Asia Regional Conference, Bangkok, Thailand.;2006