Ning Su is an Assistant Professor at the Richard Ivey School of
Business. He holds a Ph.D. from New York University's Stern School
of Business, an M.S. from the University of Toronto, Canada, and a
B.S. from Fudan University, China.
Professor Su's research investigates global sourcing of
knowledge-intensive services, from two opposite perspectives:
sourcing clients and service providers. From the clients'
perspective, he studies innovative sourcing models, such as
"multisourcing" and "shared services". From the providers'
perspective, he studies emerging management practices, in areas
including capability development, internationalization strategy,
and cultural intelligence. His study is based on extensive field
research in industries such as financial services, technology, and
consulting, and from locations including North America, Europe,
Japan, India, and China.
Professor Su's research has been published in leading journals
such as Decision Sciences, and has received the journal's 2009 Best
Article Award. Outside academia, he has worked at IBM in the U.S.,
STAR TV of News Corporation in Hong Kong, and a European investment
advisory firm in mainland China, on a number of research and
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