Conference Program

12th China Goes Global Conference – EMLyon, Shanghai

Keynote Speakers 2018

Peter Ping Li (PhD, 1991, George Washington University, USA) is Professor of International Business at Xian Jiaotong-Liverpool University, China; Professor of Chinese Business Studies at Copenhagen Business School, Denmark, and also Research Director in China Unit of Center for Creative Leadership (CCL with its headquarters in USA). Before joining XJTLU and CBS, he was Professor of Management at California State University. His primary research focus is on building geocentric (West-meeting-East) theories from the cultural and historical perspectives, especially applying the Chinese philosophy of wisdom to the development of holistic, dynamic and duality theories. He has been widely recognized as one of the global thought leaders in two fastest emerging research streams: (1) multinational firms from the emerging economies, and (2) indigenous research on the Chinese management. He has published about 70 articles in various academic journals, 27 articles in practical journals, 16 book chapters, and 6 books. He serves on the editorial boards of several major management journals, i.e., Academy of Management Discovery, Journal of Management Studies, Journal of International Management, Global Strategy Journal, California Management Review, and Cross-Cultural & Strategic Management. He is also the founding Editor-in-Chief of Journal of Trust Research and the Senior Editor of Management and Organization Review as well as the former Senior Editor of Asia Pacific Journal of Management. Finally, he is on the extended senior term of Gao Feng Advisory in China in addition to his other business and consulting experiences in China and abroad. Recently, he won the 2016 Top Ten Scholars and Executives for Management Innovation in China Award from Tsinghua University. He also won one Key Research Project Grant from the Natural Science Foundation of China (about RMB3 million) toward a total of his research grants in the amount of over US5.65 million. Dr. Li’s personal and professional background with diverse experiences on multiple dimensions provides him with a unique perspective to frame the world.

Junjie Hong, Distinguished Professor of Economics, Dean of School of International Trade and Economics at University of International Business and Economics, Beijing

Junjie Hong is dean and distinguished professor at School of International Trade and Economics, University of International Business and Economics in China.

Prof. Hong obtained his PhD degree from the National University of Singapore in 2005. He is awarded as Distinguished Professor of the “Changjiang Scholar” of the Ministry of Education, the Youth Excellence Talent of National “Ten Thousand Plan”, P.R.C. He is among Trade Policy Advisory Committee of Ministry of Commerce, China, and Deputy Secretary-General of the National Association of International Trade, etc.

His research focuses on international trade, foreign direct investment, regional and transport economics. He is particular interested in the globalization of Chinese MNEs, the new-generation trade and investment rules. Recently, he focused on international trade and investment theory related to “The Belt and Road”, and the Chinese trade history with respect to public concessions.

He has published more than 70 academic papers and books, including Journal of International Business Studies, Journal of World Business, International Business Review, World Economy, Journal of Regional Science, and Regional Studies etc. His work are widely cited, among which two papers are ESI highly cited papers and get Best Paper Awards. He presides over more than 20 research projects, including one major project and two key projects of the National Social Science Fund, two emergency projects of the National Natural Science Fund, one Ministry of Education in China Project of Humanities and Social Sciences, four emergency projects authorized by Ministries of Commerce, two projects of National Development Bank. He submitted dozens of high-quality policy suggestions, many of which are subject to the attention of top leadership in China.

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