Dr. Haiyang  LI

Professor of Strategic Management and Innovation

Jesse H. Jones Graduate School of Business

Rice University

6100 Main Street

Houston, TX 77005

Phone: 713-348-4194      Fax: 713-348-6331

E-mail: haiyang@rice.edu

http://business.rice.edu/haiyang_Li

 

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What is NEW!

1.      The 5th Rice Strategy Symposium on Emerging Markets (April 24-25, 2015)

a.       Call for Applications for Doctoral Consortium on Emerging Markets

 

2.      The 4th Rice Strategy Symposium on Emerging Markets and 2013 SMS Atlanta Conference Extension (Houston) (http://business.rice.edu/2013StrategySymposium/)

 

3.      The 3rd Rice Strategy Symposium on Emerging Markets (http://business.rice.edu/2012StrategySymposium/)

 

 

EDUCATION

 

 

               Ph.D.               City University of Hong Kong

                                       Major Field: Innovation and Strategic Management
                                       Dissertation Title: Marketing Strategy and New Venture Performance in China’s Transitional Economy

 

               M.A.                Renmin University of China (Business Economics)

 

               B.A.                 Renmin University of China (Economics)

 

 
ACADEMIC WORK EXPERIENCE

 

2014 – Present            Professor

Jesse H. Jones Graduate School of Business, Rice University

 

2012 – 2013                Visiting Associate Professor (on sabbatical), CEIBS, China

 

2008 – 2014                Associate Professor (with tenure)

Jesse H. Jones Graduate School of Business, Rice University

 

2005 – 2008                Assistant Professor

Jesse H. Jones Graduate School of Management, Rice University

 

2001 – 2005                Assistant Professor

Department of Management, Texas A&M University

 

1999 -- 2001              Assistant Professor

Department of Marketing & International Business, Lingnan University

 

1998 – 1999                Research Fellow

Department of Management, City University of Hong Kong

                                   

RESEARCH AREAS

 

Entrepreneurship and New Ventures Strategies in China

Strategic Innovation and Strategic Alliances

Multinationals’ R&D Management in Emerging Markets

Product Innovation and Project Team Management in Technology-Based Firms

 
TEACHING INTERESTS

                                                                                                                     

Strategic Management

Strategic Innovation Management

Doing Business in China

 

 

REFEREED PUBLICATIONS

     

 

1.      Zhang, Yan, Yu Li, & Haiyang Li. 2014. FDI spillovers over time in an emerging market: The roles of entry tenure and barriers to imitation. Academy of Management Journal, 57: 698-722. [download]

2.      Holmes, M., Haiyang Li, Michael A. Hitt, Kaitly Deghetto, & Andrew Sutton. The effects of location and MNC attributes on MNCs’ establishment of foreign R&D centers: Evidence from China. Long Range Planning, forthcoming.

3.      Li, Haiyang, Yan Zhang, & Marjorie Lyles. 2013. Knowledge spillovers, search, and creation in China’s emerging market. Management and Organization Review, 9: 395-412. (editorial article) [download]

4.      Haiyang Li, Yan Zhang, Yu Li, Li-An Zhou, and Weiying Zhang. 2012. Returnees versus locals: Who performs better in China’s technology entrepreneurship? Strategic Entrepreneurship Journal, 6: 257-272. [download]   

5.      Zhang, Yan, Haiyang Li, Yu Li, and Li-An Zhou. 2010. FDI spillovers in an emerging market: The role of foreign firms’ country origin diversity and domestic firms’ absorptive capacity. Strategic Management Journal, 31: 969-989. [download]

6.      Zhang, Yan and Haiyang Li, 2010. Innovation search of new ventures in a technology cluster: The role of ties with service intermediaries. Strategic Management Journal, 31: 88-109. [download]

7.      Zhang, Yan, Haiyang Li, and Claudia Bird Schoonhoven, 2009. Inter-community relationships and community growth in China’ high technology industries 1988-2000. Strategic Management Journal, 30: 163-183. [download]

8.       Li, Haiyang and Jun Li, 2009. Top management team conflict and entrepreneurial strategy making in China. Asia Pacific Journal of Management, 26: 263-283. [download]

9.       Li, Haiyang and Yan Zhang, 2007. The role of managers’ political networking and functional experience in new venture performance: Evidence from China’s transition economy.  Strategic Management Journal, 28: 791-804. [download]

10.    Zhang, Yan, Li, Haiyang, Hitt, Michael, and Geng Cui, 2007. R&D Intensity and performance of international joint ventures in an emerging market: Moderating effects of market focus and ownership structure. Journal of International Business Studies, 38(6), 944-960. [download]

11.     Li, Haiyang, Bingham, J., and Umphress, E. 2007. Fairness from the top: Perceived procedural justice and collaborative problem solving in new product development. Organization Science, 18(2): 200-216. [download]

12.    Atuahene-Gima, K. and Haiyang Li, 2006. The effects of formal controls on supervisee trust in the manager in new product selling: Evidence from young and inexperienced salespeople in China. Journal of Product Innovation Management, 23: 342-358. [download]

13.    Atuahene-Gima, K., Haiyang Li, and Luigi M. De Luca, 2006. The contingent value of marketing strategy innovativeness for product development performance in Chinese new technology ventures. Industrial Marketing Management, 35: 359-372. [download]

14.     Hitt, M., Li, Haiyang, and Willington, W. 2005. Emerging markets as learning laboratories: Learning behaviours of local firms and foreign entrants in different institutional contexts. Management and Organization Review, 1(3): 353-380. [download]

15.    Li, Haiyang, Yan Zhang, and T.S. Chan, 2005. Entrepreneurial strategy making and performance in China’s new technology ventures: The contingency effect of environments and firm competences. Journal of High Technology Management Research, 16(1): 37-57.  [download]

16.    Atuahene-Gima, K. and Haiyang Li, 2004. Strategic decision comprehensiveness and new product development outcomes in new technology ventures. Academy of Management Journal, 47(4): 583-597. [download]

17.    Li, Haiyang and John Bingham, 2003. Collaborative problem solving and decision justice in new product development. Best Paper Proceedings at the Academy of Management Annual Conference, 2003, Seattle.

18.    Li, Haiyang and Kwaku Atuahene-Gima, 2002. The adoption of agency business activity, product innovation, and performance: A study of new technology ventures in China.  Strategic Management Journal, 23(6): 469-490. [download]

19.    Atuahene-Gima, K. and Haiyang Li, 2002. When does trust matter? Antecedents and contingent effects of supervisee trust on performance in selling new products in China and the United States. Journal of Marketing, 66(3): 61-81. [download]

20.    Li, Haiyang and Yan Zhang, 2002. Founding team comprehension and behavioural integration: Evidence from new technology ventures in China. Best Paper Proceedings at Academy of Management Annual Conference, Seattle.

21.    Li, Haiyang and Kwaku Atuahene-Gima, 2001. Product innovation strategy and the performance of new technology ventures in China. Academy of Management Journal, 44(6): 1123-1134. [download]

22.    Li, Haiyang, 2001. How does new venture strategy matter in the environment-performance relationship? Journal of High Technology Management Research, 12(2): 183-204. [download]

23.    Yan Zhang and Li, Haiyang, 2001. The control design and performance in international joint ventures: A dynamic evolution perspective. International Business Review, 10(3): 341-362. [download]

24.    Li, Haiyang and Kwaku Atuahene-Gima, 2001. The impact of R&D and marketing interaction on new product performance: An empirical analysis of Chinese high technology firms. International Journal of Technology Management, 21(1/2): 61-75. [download]

25.    Li, Haiyang, Kwaku Atuahene-Gima and Yan Zhang, 2000. How does new venture strategy matter in the environment-performance Relationship? Best Paper Proceedings, Academy of Management Annual Meeting, Toronto, August, 2000.

26.    Atuahene-Gima, Kwaku and Haiyang Li, 2000. Marketing’s influence tactics in new product development: A study of high technology firms in China. Journal of Product Innovation Management, 17(6): 451-470. [download]

27.    Li, Haiyang and Kwaku Atuahene-Gima, 1999. Marketing’s influence and new product performance in Chinese firms. Journal of International Marketing, 7(1): 36-58. [download]

 

 

BOOK CHAPTERS & TECHNICAL REPORT

 

1.      Li, Haiyang, Lan Li, Dahai Hao, Jiancheng Pan, Youlan Han, Siqing Peng, and Mingshen Zheng (2009). A special report on entrepreneurs’ perceptions and evaluations on entrepreneurial orientation in China (2009). This report was based on an annual national survey of Chinese entrepreneurs (N=5920) conducted by the China Entrepreneur Survey System with the sponsorship from the State Council of China. I was the principal investigator of this project. This report was published in Management World (in Chinese), issue 6: 91-101, 2009. [download]

 

2.   Yan Zhang and Haiyang Li, 2008. Theorizing China-related strategy research: Learning from review processes.  In Chen, Xiaoping., Tsui, Anne, & Farh, Larry (Eds.) Empirical Methods in Organization and Management Research (in Chinese). Beijing: Peking University Press. [download]

 

3.      Li, Haiyang and Michael A. Hitt. 2006. Growth of new technology ventures in China: An introduction. In Haiyang Li (Ed.), Growth of New Technology Ventures in China’s Emerging Market, pp. 3-10. Edward Elgar Publishing Ltd., MA: Northampton. [download]

 

4.      Li, Haiyang and Toyah Miller. 2006. New ventures in emerging markets: Comprehensive review and future directions. In Haiyang Li (Ed.), Growth of New Technology Ventures in China’s Emerging Market, pp. 11-24. Edward Elgar Publishing Ltd., MA: Northampton. [download]

 

5.      Li, Yuan, Dan Li, Haiyang Li, and Yongbin Zhao. 2006. The effect of organizational reward and control on firm innovation and financial performance in Chinese technology firms. In Haiyang Li (Ed.), Growth of New Technology Ventures in China’s Emerging Market, pp. 196-218. Edward Elgar Publishing Ltd., MA: Northampton. [download]

 

6.      Zhang, Yan and Haiyang Li. 2004. International joint venture control: An integrated framework. In S.B. Prasad & P.N. Ghauri (Eds.), Global Firms and Emerging Markets in the Age of Anxiety: A Contributed Research Volume, pp. 147-169. Westport, CT: Praeger. [download]

 

7.      Xu, Yan and Haiyang Li. 2002. From politics to markets: A case study of firms’ strategic adaptation in China’s transitional economy. In A. Tsui & C.M. Lau (Eds.), The Management of Enterprises in the People’s Republic of China, pp. 159-181. Kluwer Academic Publishers. This book with our paper included has been translated into in Chinese and published by Peking University Press, Beijing, 2004. [download]

 

 

BOOKS

 

1.      Li, Haiyang (Ed.) (2006), Growth of New Technology Ventures in China’s Emerging Market. Edward Elgar Publishing Ltd., MA: Northampton.