Dr Lin Cui
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Copland Building (24)
|Research School of Management|
ANU College of Business and Economics
LF Crisp Building 26
The Australian National University
Canberra ACT 0200
Curriculum Vitae (PDF 108KB)
Lin Cui is Senior Lecturer in International Business in the Research School of Management at The Australian National University. He earned a PhD in International Business (2008) from The Australian National University, a Master in Economics (2004) from Seoul National University, and double Bachelors (2002) in Economics and Korean Studies from Peking University. His research focuses on international business strategies, especially those of emerging multinational enterprises. His work has been published or forthcoming in journals such as Journal of International Business Studies, Journal of World Business, International Business Review, International Journal of Human Resource Management, Journal of Business Research, Asia-Pacific Journal of Management, and others.
Lin has won national competitive research grants including an Discovery Early Career Research Award (DECRA) from the Australian Research Console (DE130100860, 2013-2015, AU$365,586), and a research grant from the National Social Science Foundation of China (12FJL009, 2013-2014, RMB150,000).
Disciplines & research interests
- International Business
My research focuses on international business strategies of emerging economy firms. I investigate the impacts of institutional system (macro-level), business network and corporate group (meso-level), and firm agency (micro-level) on the international strategies and performance of emerging multinational enterprises. My current research projects are in three streams:
- Internationalization of emerging market firms
- Institutional perspectives of international business
- Entrepreneurship and international strategy
Fan, D., Cui, L., Zhang, M., & Zhu, J. in press. Influence of high performance work systems on employee’s subjective well-being and job burnout: Empirical evidence from the Chinese healthcare sector. Accepted November 2012 for publication in International Journal of Human Resource Management. ABDC Ranking: A. JIF:0.792.
Cui, L., Meyer, K. E., & Hu, H. W. in press. What drives firms’ intent to seek strategic assets by foreign direct investment? A study of emerging economy firms. Accepted October 2013 for publication in Journal of World Business (forthcoming in 2014 Volume 49 Issue 4). ABDC Ranking: A. JIF: 2.617.
Hu, H. W., & Cui, L. in press. Outward foreign direct investment of publicly listed firms from China: A corporate governance perspective. Accepted November 2013 for publication in International Business Review (forthcoming in 2014). ABDC Ranking: A. JIF: 1.849.
Li, M., Cui, L., & Lu, J. Varieties in state capitalism: Outward FDI strategies of central and local state owned enterprises from emerging economy countries. Conditionally accepted November 2013 for publication in Journal of International Business Studies (forthcoming in 2014). ABDC Ranking: A*. JIF: 3.062.
Cui, L., Li, Y., & Li, Z. Experiential drivers of foreign direct investment by late-comer Asian firms: The Chinese evidence. Journal of Business Research, 66(12): 2451-2459. ABDC Ranking: A, JIF:1.484.
Cui, L., Fan, D., Fu, G., & Zhu, J. An integrative model of organizational safety behaviour. Journal of Safety Research, 45: 37-46. ABDC Ranking: A. JIF:1.379.
He, X., & Cui, L. Can strong home country institutions foster the internationalization of MNEs? Multinational Business Review, 20(4): 352-375. ABDC Ranking: C.
Cui, L., & Jiang, F. State ownership effect on firms’ FDI ownership decisions under institutional pressure: A study of Chinese outward investing firms. Journal of International Business Studies, 43(3): 264-284. ABDC Ranking: A*. JIF:3.062.
Cui, L., Jiang, F., & Stening, B. The entry mode decision of Chinese outward FDI: Firm resources, industry condition, and institutional forces. Thunderbird International Business Review, 53(4): 483-499. ABDC Ranking: B.
Cui, L., & Jiang, F. Behind ownership decision of Chinese outward FDI: Resources and institutions. Asia Pacific Journal of Management, 27(4): 751-774. ABDC Ranking: A. JIF: 4.099.
Cui, L., & Jiang, F. FDI entry mode choice of Chinese firms: A strategic behavior perspective. Journal of World Business, 44(4): 434-444. ABDC Ranking: A. JIF: 2.617.
Cui, L., & Jiang, F. Ownership decisions in Chinese outward FDI: An integrated conceptual framework and research agenda. Asian Business & Management, 8(3): 301-324. ABDC Ranking: C. JIF:1.333.
- International Business
- International Strategic Management
- Global Supply Chain Management