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Xie, Zhenzhen


Associate Professor, Department of Innovation, Entrepreneurship and Strategy
   

Curriculum Vitae



Phone              (86) (10) 62796233 
Email            xiezhzh3@sem.tsinghua.edu.cn

Office              333 Weilun Building
Office Hours     Thur.   14:00-15:00 

 

Zhenzhen Xie currently serves as an associate professor in the Department of Innovation, Entrepreneurship and Strategy in Tsinghua SEM. She obtained her BA in economics (with a specialty in international business and finance) from Tsinghua SEM in 2005; and her MPhil in economics from Tilburg University in the Netherlands in 2007. She graduated from Hong Kong University of Science and Technology, Business School, with a Ph. D. in Organization Management in 2013.

Her research interest mainly lies in international business (e.g. FDI, cross-border M&A), innovation, and emerging economies. She has been a member and reviewer for annual conferences of Academy of Management and Academy of International Business.

Journal Publications:

[1] Xie, Z., Xie, L., & Li, J. 2020. Direct subsidies or tax credits? The different effects of R&D policy tools.International Journal of Technology Management, forthcoming

[2] Hu, X., Yang, D., & Xie, Z. 2020.The imprinting effect of entrepreneurs and environments on the mode of enterpreneurial setup. Journal of Management Science (Chinese),33(2):17-32.

[3] Wang, Y., Xie, Z., Xie, W., & Li, J. 2019. Technological capabilities, political connections and entry mode choices of EMNEs overseas R&D investments. International Journal of Technology Management, 80(1/2): 149-175.

[4] Yang, D., Hu, X., Wu, B., & Xie, Z. 2018. Do Better-networked Venture Capital Firms Always Enjoy Higher Investment Performance? The Contingent Role of China’s Institutional Change. Emerging Markets Finance and Trade, 55(4): 759-780.

[5] Xie, Z. & Li, J. 2018. Exporting and innovating among emerging market firms: The moderating role of institutional development. Journal of International Business Studies, 49: 222-245. 

[6] Xie, Z. & Li, J. 2017. Selective imitation of compatriotic firms: Entry mode decisions of emerging market multinationals in cross-border acquisitions. Asia Pacific Journal of Management, 34(1): 47-68. 

[7] Xie, Z. & Li, J. 2017. Export intensity, domestic competition, and product innovation in an emerging economy. International Journal of Technology Management, 27: 96-121. 

[8] Li, J. & Xie, Z. 2016. Governance structure and the creation and protection of technological competencies: International R&D joint ventures in China. Management International Review, 56(1): 123-148.

[9] Xie, Z. & Li, J. 2015. Demand heterogeneity, learning diversity and innovation in an emerging economy. Journal of International Management, 21(4): 277-292.

[10] Xie, Z. & Li, J. 2013. Internationalization and indigenous technological efforts of emerging economy firms: The roles of multinational corporations and local institutions. Journal of International Management, Vol. 19: 247-259

[11] Li, J. & Xie, Z. 2013. Examining the cross-border acquisition strategy of Chinese firms: The moderating roles of state ownership and institutional transition. Journal of Leadership & Organizational Studies, Vol. 20 (4):434 - 445

[12] Li, J. & Xie, Z. 2011. Global R&D strategies in an emerging economy: The development and protection of technological competencies. European Management Review, Vol. 8(3): 153-164.

[13] Duan, Z. & Xie, Z. 2006. Analyze network relation’s influence on internationalization from software enterprise outsourcing business. Special Zone Economy (Chinese) , Vol. 10: 89-92.


Book Chapters:

[1]Li, J. T. & Xie, Z. 2018. “Strategy renewal in an emerging market: Adjustment of MNE geographic market strategy in responding to the rise of local competitors”. In Grosse, R., and K. Meyer, eds., Oxford Handbook on Management in Emerging Markets, Oxford University Press, Oxford.

[2] Xie, Z., Yin, X., & Cheng, D. 2016. “Chapter 3: Collaboration along the Value Chain”. In China Enterprise Confederation eds., Integration of Information Technology and Industrialization, Tsinghua University Press, Beijing.

[3]Li, J. T. & Xie, Z. 2013. “Incentives”. In Teece, D., and M. Augier, eds., Palgrave Encyclopedia of Strategic Management. Palgrave Macmillan, London


Learning by Exporting and Innovation Capabilities of Chinese Firms: A Perspective of International Diversification. National Natural Science Foundation of China (Grant No. 71502091 ) 2016/01-2018/12

How Foreign Firms Cope with Network-Based Competition from Indigenous Firms in China. National Natural Science Foundation of China (Grant No. 72072099 ) 2021/01-2024/12