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Ting Li

Assistant Professor, Information Systems

Ting Li

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Ting Li is a PhD Candidate in the Digital Technology Group at Queen’s University, Canada. She also holds an MSc degree in Management Information Systems at the University of British Columbia. Ting has a strong interest in digital entrepreneurship research. Her thesis, designed in a 3-paper format, investigates how digital technologies can be leveraged effectively to promote entrepreneurial innovation. Using in-depth case studies of startups at different maturity stages, she finds that digital capabilities of startups significantly contribute to the entrepreneurial success, as well as the ability of these startups to co-create innovation with diverse stakeholders (e.g., investors, local communities, and universities) in shared entrepreneurial ecosystems. She also finds that entrepreneurship support systems such as business incubators increasingly serve as platform-enabled resource orchestrators to facilitate such co-creation. Her work has been accepted in the Journal of Strategic Information Systems, MIS Quarterly Executive, and top Information Systems conference proceedings (e.g., ICIS, AMCIS).

Recent Refereed Articles

  • Li, T. L.; Chan, Y. E.; Levallet, N., (Forthcoming), "How Instacart Leveraged Digital Resources for Strategic Advantage", Mis Quarterly Executive
  • Li, T. L.; Chan, Y. E., 2019, "Dynamic information technology capability: Concept definition and framework development", The Journal of Strategic Information Systems, December 28(4): 101575 - 101575.

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