Jingtao Yi Depart.:Trade Economics Academic Title:Professor Tel:8610-82500548 Fax:8610-82509169 Email:yijingtao@rmbs.ruc.edu.cn Administrative Position:Associate Dean

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Education

2007 Ph.D., Economics, University of Nottingham, UK
2003 M.Sc., International Business, Lancaster University, UK
2001 B.Sc., Economics, Renmin University of China, P.R. China

Working Experiences

2017  Professor in Economics, Renmin Business School , Renmin University of China
2012  Associate Professor in Economics, Renmin Business School, Renmin University of  
China
2008  Assistant Professor in Economics, Renmin Business School, Renmin University of China
2007  Senior Research Fellow, China Policy Institute, University of Nottingham

Research Interests

Platform Ecosystem, Platform Competition, Digital Economy and Global Business, Innovation and Internationalization, Global Strategy, Trade of Heterogeneous Firms

Courses

PhD: Advanced Econometrics MIB: International Business StrategyBSc: Econometrics

Publications

Papers

Selected Academic Articles:

(1) Chen, L., Yi, J.*, Li, S.,and Tong, T. (2021), “Platform governance design in platform ecosystems: Implications for complementors’ multihoming decision”, Journal of Management (SSCI), forthcoming.

(2) Yi, J., Murphree, M.*, Meng, S., and Li, S. (2021), “The more the merrier? Chinese government R&D subsidies, dependence and firm innovation performance”, Journal of Product Innovation Management (SSCI), forthcoming.

(3) Wang, C., Kafouros, M., Yi, J.*, Hong, J., and Ganotakis, P. (2020), “The role of government affiliation in explaining firm innovativeness and profitability in emerging countries: Evidence from China”, Journal of World Business (SSCI), 55(3).

(4) Li, J., Chen, L., Yi, J.*, Mao, J., and Liao, J. (2019). “Ecosystem-specific advantages in international digital commerce”, Journal of International Business Studies (SSCI, UTD24), 50, 1448-1463.

(5) Chen, L., Shaheer, N., Yi, J. *, and Li, S. (2019), “The international penetration of Ibusiness firms: Network effects, liabilities of outsidership, and country clout”, Journal of International Business Studies (SSCI, UTD24), 50(2), 172-192.

(6) Yi, J., Meng, S., Macaulay, C. D., and Peng, M. W. (2019), “Corruption and foreign direct investment phases: The moderating role of institutions”, Journal of International Business Policy, 2(2), 167-181.

(7) Shaheer, N., Yi, J. *, Li, S., and Chen, L. (2019), “State owned enterprises as bribe payers: The role of institutional environment”, Journal of Business Ethics (SSCI), 159(1), 221-238.

(8) Yi, J., Teng, D., and Meng, S. (2018), “Foreign ownership and bribery: Agency and institutional perspectives”, International Business Review (SSCI), Vol.27, No.1, 34-45.
(9) Yi, J., Hong, J. Hsu, W., and Wang, C. (2017), “The role of state ownership and institutions in the innovation performance of emerging market enterprises: Evidence from China”, Technovation (SSCI), Vol.62-63, 4-13.
(10) Teng, D., and Yi, J. (2017), “Impact of Ownership Types on R&D Intensity and Innovation Performance—Evidence from Transitional China”, Frontiers of Business Research in China, Vol.11, No.1, 101-137.
(11) Yi, J., Wang, C., and Kafouros, M. (2015), “Spillover Effects of Foreign Direct Investment: How do Region-specific Institutions Matter?” Management International Review (SSCI), Vol.55, No.4, 539-561.
(12) Yi, J., Wang, C., Kafouros, M., and Yan, Y. (2015), “Under What Institutional Conditions do Business Groups Enhance Innovation Performance?” Journal of Business Research (SSCI), Vol.68, No.3, 694-702.
(13) Yi, J., and Liu, X. (2014), “Noise Trader Model of Agricultural Product Prices: Evidence from the Chinese Garlic Market”, Frontiers of Business Research in China, Vol.8, No.3, 327-345.
(14) Yi, J. (2014),“Firm Heterogeneity, Sunk Costs, Spatial Characteristics, and Export Market Participation: Evidence from China”, Journal of International Trade & Economic Development (SSCI), Vol.23, No. 3, 361-386.

Services & Awards

Key community services

(1) Reviewer Board Member at Journal of International Business Studies

(2) Track Chair at AAoM 2019 annual meeting, Bali, Indonesia, June 19-21, 2019. The track is about “International Management”. 

(3) Track Chair at AIB 2019 annual meeting, Copenhagen, Denmark, June, 2019. The track is about “MNE-state relations and international business policy”. 

(4) Track Chair at AIB 2018 annual meeting, Minneapolis, USA, June 25-28, 2018. The track is about “MNE-state relations and international business policy”.
(5) Research Fellow at Research Centre for Corporate Innovation and Competitiveness, Renmin University of China, P. R. China
(6) Research Fellow at Centre for Global Finance, University of Nottingham Ningbo, P. R. China
Referees: Journal of International Business Studies, International Business Review, Journal of World Business, Journal of International Trade & Economic Development、The World Economy


Honors and Awards

2019 Outstanding Top 10 Researcher Award at Renmin University of China

2019 Outstanding Research Award at National Development and Reform Commission

2013 Beijing Higher Education Young Elite Teacher Project

2010 Outstanding Worker Award at Renmin University of China

2004 ORS Scholarship in UK Higher Education, UK

RMBS made the Top-50 list of MBA,
EMBA and EE programs——The Financial Times

Renmin University of China

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