Dr Junzhe Ji
Lecturer in International Business
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Sheffield University Management School
Junzhe joined Sheffield University Management School as a lecturer in international business in 2017.
He had worked for years at Tongji University in Shanghai, China after receiving his PhD in management studies from Glasgow University Business School.
He currently works as IB/IM (international business/international management) track co-chair, British Academy of Management.
His paper "Does Confucian Dynamism Complement the OLI Framework? A Study of Chinese Private Firms", coauthored with Prof. Pavlos Dimitratos, won EIBA (European International Business Academy) Award on Best Paper on Emerging Markets in the 36th European International Business Academy Annual Conference, 2010, Porto.
- Research interests
His research interests cover international decision-making, the deviant behaviors of Chinese SME owners, and cultural studies.
- Materialism, social stratification, and ethics: evidence from SME owners in China. International Journal of Entrepreneurial Behavior & Research, 25(3), 499-517. View this article in WRRO
- Everyday-Life Business Deviance Among Chinese SME Owners. Journal of Business Ethics, 155(4), 1179-1194. View this article in WRRO
- The qualitative case research in international entrepreneurship: a state of the art and analysis. International Marketing Review, 36(1), 164-187. View this article in WRRO
- Problem-solving dissension and international entry mode performance. International Marketing Review, 33(2), 219-245. View this article in WRRO
- Confucian dynamism and Dunning's framework: Direct and moderation associations in internationalized Chinese private firms. Journal of Business Research, 66(12), 2375-2382.
- An empirical investigation into international entry mode decision-making effectiveness. International Business Review, 22(6), 994-1007.
- The Impact of Social Networks on “Born Globals”: A Case of De-Internationalisation In Ojo S (Ed.), Diasporas and Transnational Entrepreneurship in Global Contexts
- Global online entrepreneurship: The review of empirical literature, Progress in International Business Research (pp. 69-88). Emerald Group Publishing Limited
- Research group
I'm happy to supervise PhD students who are interested in:
- strategic decision-making
- SMEs’ deviances
- Confucian traditions in the business context
- Teaching activities
For the second semester of Year 2016/2017, he co-teaches the module MGT6052 International Business Strategy. He enjoys interactions with students in teaching, and appreciate innovative ideas generated from this process.