Fenglong Xiao is an Assistant Professor of Management at the School of Management and Economics, The Chinese University of Hong Kong, Shenzhen (CUHK-Shenzhen). He received Ph.D. degree in Management from the NUS Business School, National University of Singapore. His research interests involve strategic management, organizational innovation, and institutional theory.

1.    Xiao, F. & Shen, Y. (2024). Wolves at the door to the unknown: Innovation search and hedge fund activism. Research Policy, 53(2): 104934.
2.    Xiao, F. (2024). Analyst coverage and synchronous knowledge search: Evidence from a natural experiment. British Journal of Management, online ahead of print.
3.    Xiao, F., Chan, A.L.C., & Chen, V.Y.S. (2023). Board political connections and tradeoff between market and nonmarket advantages: Evidence from corporate financial information disclosure. Journal of Business Research, 164: 113949
4.    Xiao, F. (2022). Non-competes and innovation: Evidence from medical devices. Research Policy, 51(6): 104527.
5.    Ma, J., Xiao, F., Qiu, Y., & Xu, Z. (2022). How R&D investment affects bondholder wealth? Asia-Pacific Journal of Accounting & Economics, 29(2): 304-328.
6.    Xiao, F. (2017). Bribery and innovation in transition economies: An institutional perspective. Academy of Management Proceedings. Atlanta, GA: Academy of Management.
7.    Xiao, F. (2015). Ownership form and firm innovation in transition economies. Academy of Management Proceedings. Vancouver, Canada: Academy of Management.