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Ting Li is an Assistant Professor in the Information Systems group at the Ivey Business School. She holds a doctoral degree in Digital Technology from Queen's University and an MSc degree in Management Information Systems from the University of British Columbia. Ting is passionate about digital startups and the support systems that help them thrive. Her academic journey has been fueled by a strong curiosity about how digital technologies can drive entrepreneurial innovation.
Her thesis investigates the effective use of digital technologies in promoting entrepreneurship within an incubator setting. By combining in-depth case studies with configurational methods, Ting finds that digital capabilities significantly contribute to the entrepreneurial success and the ability of startups to co-create innovation with diverse stakeholders such as business incubators, investors, local communities, and universities in shared entrepreneurial ecosystems. She also highlights the increasing importance of entrepreneurship support systems, such as business incubators, as platform-enabled resource orchestrators that facilitate innovation co-creation. Her work has been accepted in prestigious academic journals such as the Journal of Strategic Information Systems and MIS Quarterly Executive, as well as top Information Systems conference proceedings such as the International Conference on Information Systems (ICIS).
Recent Refereed Articles
- Li, T. L.; Chan, Y. E.; Levallet, N., 2022, "How Instacart Leveraged Digital Resources for Strategic Advantage", Mis Quarterly Executive, August 21(3): 227 - 239.
- 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.