Xiaoying Li

Title: Senior Lecturer in International Business
Phone: +00 44 (0)1782 733608
Email: x.li@keele.ac.uk
Location: DW1.16
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I joined Keele Management School in October 2014 from Brunel Business School, where I was a lecturer in international business. I previously worked at Warwick University, Birkbeck College and St Andrews University.

I received my BSc in Mathematics from Nankai University, MA in International Economics from Fudan University, both from China, and my PhD in Business Economics from Aston University in the UK.

My current research focuses on the impacts of foreign direct investment (FDI), the strategy of multinational enterprises (MNEs) and their subsidiaries, institutional environment and firm performance, and innovation in MNE subsidiaries.

Selected Publications

  • Li X and Sun L. 2017. How Do Sub-national institutional constraints Impact Foreign Firm Performance?. International Business Review, vol. 26(3), 555-565. doi> link>
  • Li X, Wang J, Liu X. 2013. Can locally-recruited R&D personnel significantly contribute to innovation in multinational subsidiaries in China. International Business Review. doi>
  • Li X, Thomas H, Liu X. 2013. Market Orientation, Specialized Resources and Subsidiary Autonomy and Performance. Management International Review. doi>
  • Li X, Wang J, Liu X. 2010. A dual-role typology of multinational subsidiaries. International Business Review. doi>
  • Li X and Liu X. 2005. Foreign direct investment and economic growth: an increasingly endogenous relationship. World Development. doi>

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Journal Articles

  • Li X and Sun L. 2017. How Do Sub-national institutional constraints Impact Foreign Firm Performance?. International Business Review, vol. 26(3), 555-565. doi> link>
  • Shaouf A, Lu K, Li X. 2016. The effect of web advertising visual design on online purchase intention: An examination across gender. Computers in Human Behavior, vol. 60, 622-634. doi> link>
  • Li X, Wang J, Liu X. 2013. Can locally-recruited R&D personnel significantly contribute to innovation in multinational subsidiaries in China. International Business Review. doi>
  • Li X, Thomas H, Liu X. 2013. Market Orientation, Specialized Resources and Subsidiary Autonomy and Performance. Management International Review. doi>
  • Li X, Wang J, Liu X. 2010. A dual-role typology of multinational subsidiaries. International Business Review. doi>
  • Li X and Thomas H. 2009. Mapping Globally Branded Business Schools: A Strategic Positioning Analysis. Management Decision. doi>
  • Li X, Thomas H, Liu X. 2008. Foreign Ownership Structure and New Product Development Strategy in China. Transnational Corporations.
  • Li X and Liu X. 2005. Foreign direct investment and economic growth: an increasingly endogenous relationship. World Development. doi>

Chapters

  • Li X and Liu X. Foreign direct investment and economic growth: an increasingly endogenous. In Multinational Enterprises and Host Economies. Edward Elgar.