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Chengguang Li

Assistant Professor, International Business

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Expertise

  • International Business
  • MNE strategy
  • Cross-cultural management

Research Publications

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Chengguang Li is an Assistant Professor of International Business at the Ivey Business School. His research focuses on the impact of contextual factors, such as the cultural environment, on multinational enterprise activities. His work has appeared in Strategic Management Journal, Entrepreneurship Theory and Practice, and Journal of World Business.

Prior to joining Ivey he was a postdoctoral research fellow and project leader for the Industry 4.0 initiative of the German Federal Ministry and a consultant at Roland Berger in Berlin and Munich.

Education

  • Ph.D. Technical University of Munich
  • Master of Science, Nanyang Technological University
  • Master of Engineering, Massachusetts Institute of Technology

Recent Refereed Articles

  • Gelfand, M.; Gordon, S.; Li, C.; Choi, V.; Prokopowicz, P., 2018, "One Reason Mergers Fail: The Two Cultures Aren’t Compatible", Harvard Business Review.
  • Li, C.; Isidor, R.; Dau, L.; Kabst, R., 2018, "The more the merrier? Immigrant share and entrepreneurial activities", Entrepreneurship: Theory and Practice, August 42(5): 698 - 733.
  • Li, C.; Brodbeck, F. C.; Shenkar, O.; Ponzi, L. J.; Fisch, J. H., 2017, "Embracing the foreign: Cultural attractiveness and international strategy", Strategic Management Journal, April 38(4): 950 - 971.
  • Li, C.; Parboteeah, K. P., 2015, "The effect of culture on the responsiveness of firms to mimetic forces: Imitative foreign joint venture entries into China, 1985–2003", Journal of World Business, July 50(3): 465 - 476.
  • Schneid,, M.; Isidor,, R.; Li, C.; Kabst,, R., 2015, "The influence of cultural context on the relationship between gender diversity and team performance: a meta-analysis", International Journal of Human Resource Management, March 26(6): 733 - 756.

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