Na NI

Professeur associé

Shenzhen Audencia Business School (SABS)

Expertises

Strategic management
Corporate social responsibility
Non-profits in China
Configurational studies

Curriculum vitae

PhD en Management
Université du Manitoba, Canada (2008)

MA Economics
Zhengzhou University, Chine (2001)

BA Economics
Zhengzhou University, Chine (1998)

Publications

2017

NI, N., & ZHAN, X. (2017). Embedded Government Control and Nonprofit Revenue Growth. Public Administration Review, 77(5), 730-742.

Ni, N., Chen, Q., Ding, S., & Wu, Z. Professionalization and Cost Efficiency of Chinese Philanthropic Foundations, VOLUNTAS: International Journal of Voluntary and Nonprofit Organizations

2016

Crilly, D., Ni, N., & Jiang, Y. (2016). Do-no-harm versus Do-good Social Responsibility: Attributional Thinking and the Liability of Foreignness. Strategic Management Journal, 37(7), 1316-1329.

2015

McGinnis, J., & Ni, N. (2015). The Impact of Political Connections on Donations to Chinese NGOs. (Equal authorship). International Public Management Journal, 18(4): 514-535.

Ni, N., Egri, C., Lo, C., & Lin, C. (2015). Patterns of Corporate Responsibility Practices in Three Chinese Societies. Journal of Business Ethics, 126(2): 169-183.

Walker, K., Ni, N., & Dyck, B. (2015). Recipes for Successful Sustainability: Empirical Organizational Configurations for Strong Corporate Environmental Performance. Business Strategy and the Environment, 24: 40-57.

2014

Ni, N., Qian, C, & Crilly, D. (2014). The Stakeholder Enterprise: Caring for the Community by Attending to Employees. Strategic Organization, 12(1): 38-61.

Walker, K., Ni, N., & Huo, W. (2014). Is the Red Dragon Green? An Examination of the Antecedents and Consequences of Environmental Proactivity in China. Journal of Business Ethics, 125(1): 27-43.

2011

Sarkis, J., Ni, N., & Zhu, Q. (2011). Winds of Change: Corporate Social Responsibility in China. Ivey Business Journal, 75(1): January/February.

2008

Ni, N., & Wan, F. (2008). A Configurational Perspective of Branding Capabilities Development in the Emerging Economies: The Case of the Chinese Cellular Phone Industry. Journal of Brand Management, 15(6): 433-451.

Valliere, D., Ni, N., & Wise, S. (2008). Prior Relationships and M&A Exit Valuations: A Set-theoretic Approach. Journal of Private Equity, 11(2): 60-73.

2013

Jackson, G., & Ni, N. (2013). Understanding Complementarities as Configurations: Using Set Theoretical methods. In P. Fiss, B. Cambré, & A. Marx (Eds.), Configurational Theory and Methods in Organizational Research, Research in the Sociology of Organizations, 38: 129-158.

Activités scientifiques

Membre du comité éditorial de Management and Organization Review (depuis 2013)

Ad Hoc reviewer pour :

  • Business & Society
  • Corporate Governance: An International Review
  • Journal of Management Studies
  • Management and Organization Review
  • Research in Sociology of Organizations
  • Socio-Economic Review

Membre du Comité de conseil :

  • Comparative Methods for Systematic Cross-Case Analysis (2016- present)
  • Sustainability, Ethics, and Entrepreneurship (SEE) Annual Conference (2016- present)


Membre  de:

  • Academy of International Business
  • Academy of Management
  • Administrative Sciences Association of Canada
  • International Association for Chinese Management Research

Distinctions

  • Best Paper Award (with D. Crilly), Governance and Institutions Track, Academy of International Business Annual Conference, Nagoya, Japan (2011)
  • Finalist for Temple Best Paper Prize (with D. Crilly), Academy of International Business Annual Conference, Nagoya, Japan (2011)
  • Nomination for All-Academy Carolyn Dexter Award (with P. Dass and K. Zantow), Academy of Management Annual Conference, Philadelphia, USA (2007)
  • Best Paper Award of the Strategy Division (with P. Dass and K. Zantow), Administrative Sciences Association of Canada Annual Conference, Ottawa, Canada (2007)
  • Best Paper Award of the Strategy Division (with P. Dass), Administrative Sciences Association of Canada Annual Conference, Toronto, Canada (2005)