Biography

Dr. Niu joined School of Management and Economics, the Chinese University of Hong Kong (Shenzhen) in 2017. Before this, he received a doctor's degree in strategy and international business at the university of Hong Kong. His research interests include strategic management, multinational enterprise, innovation and entrepreneurship, and organization theory.

Academic Publications

Academic Publications/Conference

1. Christine M. K., CHAN, Chao, NIU, Jialin, DU, and Tao, BAI. Subnational Institution, Regional and Foreign Subsidiaries’ Characteristics and Foreign Subsidiary Performance. Academy of International Business Annual Meeting, Vancouver. 2014.
2. Christine M. K., CHAN, Chao, NIU, and Jialin, DU. Institutional Substitution, Affiliate Contingency, and Foreign Affiliate Performance. Academy of Management Proceedings. Vol. 2015. No. 1. Academy of Management, 2015. Christine M. K., CHAN, Jialin, DU, and Chao, NIU. Interactions of subnational institutions: the effects on foreign subsidiary ownership structure. Academy of Management Proceedings. Vol. 2015. No. 1. Academy of Management, 2015.
3. Chao, NIU and Christine M. K., CHAN. Does Subnational Cluster Matter? A Spatial-temporal Perspective for the Dynamics of Formal Institutions and Foreign Affiliate Performance. Academy of Management Proceedings. Vol. 2016. No. 1. Academy of Management, 2016.
4. Chao, NIU and Christine M. K., CHAN. Does Subnational Cluster Matter? The Dynamics of Formal Institutions and Foreign Affiliate Performance. Strategic Management Society Special Conference, Hong Kong, 2016