Prof. Jie WU

Associate Professor in Management
Associate Editor, Asian Business & Management (JCR 1.33)

Faculty of Business Administration
University of Macau, E22
Avenida da Universidade, Taipa, Macau, China

Contact Information

Room: E22-2059
Telephone: (853) 8822-8887
E-mail: jiewu
Website:https://goo.gl/1nfxWb
  • Ph.D. in Business Policy, National University of Singapore, Singapore
  • MBA in Tsinghua University, Beijing, China
  • Bachelor in Central University of Finance and Economics, Beijing, China
  • Associate Professor, University of Macau
  • Assistant Professor, University of Macau
  • Lecturer,The University of Auckland Business School
  • Undergraduate Courses
    • Strategic Management (MGMT330 / MGMT317)
    • Global Business Environment (GBMT300)
    • Business Research (MGMT315)
    • Entrepreneurship (MGMT406)
    • Introduction to Business (MGMT100)
  • Emerging market firms’ internationalization
  • Knowledge search
  • Alliances and product innovation
  • Institution-based view
  • Resource/capabilities view
  • A behavioral theory of firm
  • Managerial networking
  • PI/co-PI of a number of grants funded by the University of Macau, Research Committee.
  • Several national level research grants

(Please contact me for detailed information re grants.)

  1. Gu, X., Wu, J., Guo, H., & Li, G. 2018. Local tourism cycle and external business cycle. Annals of Tourism Research. 73:159-170. (latest JCR score 5.086).
  2. Wu, J., Ma, Z-H., & Liu, Z-Y. 2018. The moderated mediating effect of international diversification, technological capability, and market orientation on emerging market firms’ new product performance. Journal of Business Research (forthcoming) (latest JCR 3.354).
  3. Piperopoulos, P., Wu, J., & Wang, C. 2018. Outward FDI, home-country political ties and innovation performance of emerging market enterprises. Research Policy, 47(1):232-240. (latest JCR score 4.661).
  4. Wu, J., Park S. 2017. The role of institutional complexity on emerging multinationals’ Innovation Outcomes. Global Strategy Journal. Forthcoming. doi/10.1002/gsj.1166/full (latest JCR score 2)
  5. Wu, J. et al. 2017. National innovation system, social entrepreneurship, and rural economic growth in China. Technological Forecasting and Social Change, 121: 238-250. (latest JCR score 2.625)
  6. Wu, J., Steven Si., & Wu X-B. 2016. Entrepreneurial finance and innovation: Informal debt as an empirical case. Strategic Entrepreneurship Journal, 10(3): 257-273. (latest JCR score 2.537 )
  7. Wu, J., & Ma, Z. 2016. Export intensity and MNE customers’ environmental requirements: Effects on local Chinese suppliers’ environment strategies. Journal of Business Ethics, 135(2): 327-339.(latest JCR score 2.354)
  8. Wu, J. et al. 2016. Internationalization and innovation performance of emerging market enterprises: The role of host-country institutional development. Journal of World Business, 51(2): 251–263. (latest JCR score 3.758)
  9. Yuan, Lin, Pangarkar, N., & J. Wu. 2016. The interactive effect of time and host country location on Chinese MNCs’ performance: An empirical investigation. Journal of World Business, 51(2): 331–342. (latest JCR score 3.758)
  10. Wu, J. & Zhao, J. 2015. The dual effects of state ownership on export activities of emerging market firms: An inducement and constraining perspective. Management International Review, 55(3): 421-451. (latest JCR score 1.516)
  11. Wu, J. 2015. Differentiated customer pressures and environmental policies in China. Business Strategy and the Environment, 24(3): 175–189. (latest JCR score 3.076)
  12. Wu, J. 2014. The effect of external knowledge search and CEO tenure on product innovation: Evidence from Chinese firms. Industrial and Corporate Change, 23(1): 65-89. (latest JCR score 1.777)
  13. Wu, J. 2014. Cooperation with competitors and product innovation: moderating effects of technological capability and alliances with universities. Industrial Marketing Management, 43(2): 199–209. (latest JCR score 3.166)
  14. Wu, J., & Wu, Z-F. 2014. Integrated risk management and product innovation in China: The moderating role of board of directors. Technovation, 34(8): 466-476. (latest JCR score 3.265)
  15. Wu, J. & Chen, X.Y. 2014. Home country institutional environments and foreign expansion of emerging market firms. International Business Review, 23(5): 862-872. (latest JCR score 2.476)
  16. Wu, J. & Wu, Z-F. 2014. Local and international knowledge search and product innovation: The moderating role of technology boundary spanning. International Business Review, 23(3): 542-551. (latest JCR score 2.476)
  17. Wu, J. & Olk, P. 2014. Technological advantage, alliances with customers, local knowledge and competitor identification. Journal of Business Research, 67(10): 2106-2114. (latest JCR score 3.354)
  18. Wu, J. 2014. The antecedents of corporate social and environmental irresponsibility. Corporate Social Responsibility and Environmental Management, 21(5): 286-300. (latest JCR score 2.852)
  19. Wu, J. 2013. Marketing capabilities, institutional development, and the performance of emerging market firms: A multinational study. International Journal of Research in Marketing, 30(1): 36-45. (latest JCR score 1.775)
  20. Wu, J. 2013. Diverse institutional environments and product innovation of emerging market firms. Management International Review, 53(1): 39-59. (latest JCR score 1.516)
  21. Pangarkar, N & Wu, J. 2013. Alliance formation, partner diversity and performance of Singapore startups. Asia Pacific Journal of Management, 30(3): 791-807. (latest JCR score 2.024)
  22. Wu, J. 2012. Technological collaboration in product innovation: The role of market competition and sectoral technological intensity. Research Policy, 41(2): 489-496.(latest JCR score 4.495)
  23. Wu, J. & Chen, X.Y. 2012. Leaders’ social ties, knowledge acquisition capability, and firm competitive advantage. Asia Pacific Journal of Management, 29(2): 331-350. (latest JCR score 2.024)
  24. Pangarkar, N. & Wu, J. 2012. Industry globalization and the performance of emerging market firms: Evidence from China. International Business Review, 21(2):196-209. (latest JCR score 2.476)
  25. Chen, X.Y. & Wu, J. 2011. Do different guanxi types affect capability building differently? A contingent view. Industrial Marketing Management, 40(4): 581-592. (latest JCR score 3.166)
  26. Wu, J., & Pangarkar, N. 2010. The bidirectional relationship between competitive intensity and collaboration: Evidence from China. Asia Pacific Journal of Management, 27(3): 503-522. (latest JCR score 2.024)
  27. Wu, J., & Pangarkar, N. 2006. Rising to the global challenge: Strategies for firms in emerging markets. Long Range Planning, 39(3): 295-313. (latest JCR score 3.547)
  1. Pangarkar, N., Wu, J. & Yuan, L. 2015. Licensing versus joint venture: An analysis of choices by Singaporean small- and medium-sized enterprises. In Strategic Alliances for SMEs Development. Edited by T. K. Das. Information Age Publishing, Charlotte, NC.
  2. Wu, J. & Pangarkar, N. 2014. Structural strategies for mitigating transaction costs in multipartner alliances: An empirical examination. In Managing Multipartner Strategic Alliances. Edited by T. K. Das. Information Age Publishing, Charlotte, NC.
  3. Wu, J. 2013. Managing alliances with key clients and knowledge acquisition. In Managing Knowledge in Strategic Alliances Edited by T. K. Das. Information Age Publishing, Charlotte, NC.
  4. Wu, J. & Pangarkar, N. 2013. The distinct impacts of public-private alliances versus private-private alliances on product innovation: An empirical assessment. In Strategic Alliances for Innovation and R&D Edited by T. K. Das. Information Age Publishing, Charlotte, NC.
  5. Wu, J. & Pangarkar, N. 2014. The impact of public-private alliances on Chinese firms’ alliance formation. In Managing Public-Private Strategic Alliances Edited by T. K. Das. Information Age Publishing, Charlotte, NC.
  6. Wu, J. & Pangarkar. N. 2011. Cognitive dissimilarity among rivals about the state of competition and technology alliance formation: A contingency perspective. In Behavioral Perspectives on Strategic Alliances Edited by T. K. Das, 205-225. Information Age Publishing, Charlotte, NC.
  7. Pangarkar, N., Wu, J. & Lam, L. W. 2009. Acquisitions in Chinese Real Estate industry and the two stage privatization process. In Advances in Mergers & Acquisitions Edited by Sydney Finkelstein and Cary Cooper, Vol. 8, 119-140. Elsevier Publishers.
  1. Barden, J. & Wu, J. Internationalization and the Mimetic Establishment of R&D Operations by Foreign Subsidiaries. Academy of Management (AoM), 2017 Annual Meeting, Anaheim, USA.
  2. Wu, J., Zhang, X., & Richard, O. C. Gender Heterogeneity in TMTs and Boards of Directors. Academy of Management (AoM), 2017 Annual Meeting, Atlanta, USA.
  3. Wu, J. Park, S. & Zhuo, S-H. The role of institutional complexity on emerging multinationals’ Innovation Outcomes. Academy of Management (AoM), 2016 Annual Meeting, Anaheim, USA.
  4. Choi, E., Lopez-Kidwell V., Markoczy, L. & Wu. J. As Time Goes By: The Signaling Role of Top Management Team Diversity and its Relationship to Firm Outcomes. Academy of Management (AoM), 2016 Annual Meeting, Anaheim, USA.
  5. Richard, O. C., Wu, J. & Markoczy, LA. TMT Relationship-vs. Task-Based Demographic Faultline Strength on Firm Performance. Academy of Management Proceedings 2016 (1), 10479.
  6. Richard, O., Wu. J. & Markoczy, L. The impact of top management team relationship-based and task-based demographic faultline strength on firm performance and the moderating role of pay disparity and tenure heterogeneity. Academy of Management (AoM), 2016 Annual Meeting, Anaheim, USA.
  7. Wu, J. Park, S. H. & Zhuo, S. Institutional complexity and organizational response via technological boundary spanning. 2015 Annual Meeting of the Academy of International Business (AIB), Bengaluru, India.
  8. Wu, J. & Markoczy, L. Institutional ties ambidexterity and international exploration and exploitation. 2015 Annual Meeting of the Academy of International Business (AIB), Bengaluru, India.
  9. Wu, J., Gaur, A., Mukherjee, D & Zhuo, S.H. Search scope and innovation performance: The moderating role of technological spillovers, product market rivalry and geographic proximity. 2015 Annual Meeting of the Academy of International Business (AIB), Bengaluru, India.
  10. Choi, E., LopezKidwell , V., Markoczy, L. & Wu, J. As time goes by: The changing role of informational and social heterogeneity of top management teams. 2015 Strategic Management Society (SMS) International Conference, Denvor, USA.
  11. Schuler, D.A., Wu, J. & Kim, H. Local institutions and political connections as determinants of emerging markets firms FDIs. Academy of Management (AoM), 2015 Annual Meeting, Vancouver, Canada.
  12. Wu, J. & Yuan, L. Overseas customers’ environmental expectations and innovation strategy of exporting firms. The 9th Asia Academy of Management and 8th Taiwan Academy of Management Joint Conference, Hong Kong.
  13. Wu, J. & Zhuo, S. An open-system approach to national innovative capacity. The 9th Asia Academy of Management and 8th Taiwan Academy of Management Joint Conference, Hong Kong.
  14. Xia, J., Wu, J. & Zhuo, S. Innovative search and geographic reach: The influence of FDI on catch-up strategies of local firms in emerging markets. 2014 International Association for Chinese Management Research (IACMR), Beijing, China.
  15. Yuan, L., Pangarkar, N. & Wu, J. Performance of location choices of developing country firms: A temporary competitive advantage perspective. 2014 International Association for Chinese Management Research (IACMR), Beijing, China.
  16. Yuan, L., Pangarkar, N. & Wu, J. Performance of location choices of developing country firms: A temporary competitive advantage perspective. 2014 International Association for Chinese Management Research (IACMR), Beijing, China.
  17. Wu, J. & Li, J. Group versus group: Risk taking in a group-based market structure. Academy of Management (AoM), 2014 Annual Meeting, Philadelphia, USA.
  18. Wu, J. & Wu, Z-F. The institutional asymmetries and product innovation of emerging market firms, 2014 Global Marketing Conference, Singapore.
  19. Wu, Z-F. & Wu, J. Internet-based communication, in-person interaction and product innovation 2014 Global Marketing Conference, Singapore.
  20. Wu, J. & Pangarkar, N. How firm capabilities matter in region-global geographic expansion? Academy of Management (AoM), 2013 Annual Meeting, Orland, Florida, USA.
  21. Wu, J. & Chen, X. Y. Home country institutional environments and foreign expansion of emerging market firms The Academy of International Business (AIB), 2013 Annual Meeting, Conference, Istanbul, Turkey.
  22. Wu, J. & Chen, X. Y. When does imbalance between exploration and exploitation enhance firm performance? The Academy of Management (AoM), 2013 Annual Meeting, Orland, Florida, USA.
  23. Wu, J. & Chen, X. Y. The effects of exploration and exploitation on firm performance: Evidence from China. The 2013 INFORMS Marketing Science Conference, Istanbul, Turkey.
  24. Li, H.Y. & Wu, J. External innovation search and collaborative innovation in an emerging market: Are they complement or substitutes? The Strategic Management Society (SMS), 2013 Annual Meeting, Atlanta, USA.
  25. Li, H.Y., Wu, J. & Zhang, Y. Bridging different worlds or stuck in the middle: The role of internationalization in the product innovation of emerging market firms. International Association of Chinese Management Research (IACMR) 2012 Conference, Hong Kong, China.
  26. Wu, J. Local search, international diversity, and market stance: The effects on product innovation. 2012 Global Marketing Conference, Seoul, Korea.
  27. Wu, J. Technological advantage, international customer diversification, competitive focus: Their impacts on innovation performance. 2012 Global Marketing Conference, Seoul, Korea.
  28. Li, H.Y., Wu, J. & Zhang, Y. Globalization of innovation strategies: Novel moves for a global game. 2012 Strategic Management Society (SMS), Singapore Special Conference, Singapore.
  29. Li, H.Y., Wu, J. & Zhang, Y. The role of internationalization in the product innovation of emerging market firms. The Academy of Management (AoM), 2012 Annual Meeting, Boston, USA.
  30. Li, G.Q. & Wu, J. Dynamic analysis of casino taxation: An international trade based view. 2011 Academy of International Business (AIB) Southeast Asia Regional Conference, Taipei, Taiwan.
  31. Li, G.Q., Gu, X.H. & Wu, J. The study of optimum gaming tax of Macau: An international trade based view. The New Openness in China Conference held by Tsinghua University and the University of International Business and Economics, Beijing, China.
  32. Wu, J. Does marketing capability enhance performance of emerging market firms? A multiple country study. 2011 Academy of International Business (AIB), Annual Meeting, Nagoya, Japan.
  33. Li, H.Y., Wu, J. & Zhang, Y. Does Internationalization Facilitate Product Innovation of Emerging Market Firms? Evidence from China. The 31st Strategic Management Society (SMS) Annual International Conference, Miami, USA.
  34. Pangarkar, N. & Wu, J. Alliance formation, partner diversity and performance of Singapore startups. 2011 Asia Pacific Journal of Management, Special Issue Conference on Strategic Management in Private and Family Business, Beijing.
  35. Wu, J. & Chen, X.Y. The roles of leaders’ social relations in knowledge acquisition: Are they always good? 2010 Asia Pacific Journal of Management, Special Issue Conference on Leadership in Asia, Macau.
  36. Wu, J. & Pangarkar, N. Industry globalization and the performance of Chinese firms: An empirical assessment. 2010 Asia Academy of Management conference, Macau.
  37. Wu, J. & Kuilman, G.J. Engagement and appeal in market niches. 2010 Academy of Management Annual Meeting, Montreal, Canada.
  38. Wu, J. & Pangarkar, N. How do competition and R&D collaboration impact innovation performance? A contingency perspective. 2010 Academy of Management (AoM) Annual Meeting, Montreal, Canada.
  39. Wu, J. Social network, institutional links and firm innovation in China’s transitional economy. 2010 Global Marketing Conference, Tokyo, Japan.
  40. Chen, X. & Wu, J. How does guanxi affect firm capabilities? Typology and boundary conditions. 2010 INFORMS Marketing Science Conference, Cologne, Germany.
  41. Li, J., Wu, J., & Zajac, E. Gets and gives: the double-edged role of political ties in firm innovation. Academy of Management (AoM), 2009 Annual Meeting, Chicago, U.S.A.
  42. Wu, J. & P. Olk. Competitor identification in dynamic environments: internal capabilities, external networks, and institutional environment. Academy of Management (AoM), 2009 Annual Meeting, Chicago, U.S.A.
  43. Wu, J. & Pangarkar, N. Competition, collaboration and innovation: an integrative view. 2008 Asia Academy of Management Conference, Taipei.
  44. Wu, J. Two faces of collaboration network in innovation: a resource-based and competition perspective. Academy of Management (AoM), 2008 Annual Meeting, Anaheim, U.S.A.
  45. Wu, J. & Pangarkar, N. Towards a unified perspective on competition, collaboration and innovation. Academy of Management (AoM), 2008 Annual Meeting, Anaheim, U.S.A.
  46. Wu, J. & Pangarkar, N. Is the relationship between competitive intensity and collaboration bidirectional? Academy of Management (AoM), 2007 Annual Meeting, Philadelphia, U.S.A.
  47. Pangarkar, N. & Wu, J. Global integration and the performance of Chinese firms. Academy of Management (AoM), 2007 Annual Meeting, Philadelphia, U.S.A
  48. Pangarkar, N. & Wu, J. How are Chinese firms coping with global competition? An Empirical Assessment. 2007 Academy of International Business (AIB) Annual Meeting, Indianapolis, U.S.A.
  49. Wu, J. & P. Olk. Organization as sorting-machine: An integrated framework of cognitive theory and resource-based View. The Cognition in the Rough (CIR) the 10th Annual Workshop, 2007 Academy of Management (AoM) Annual Meeting, Philadelphia, U.S.A.
  1. Wu, J. et al. China Manufacturing Management Innovation. (preparing for review)
  2. Wu, J. et al. Asymmetric Competition (In writing)
  3. Wu, J. et al. Chinese Multinational Enterprises’ internationalization strategies, process and path (in progress)
  • Academy of Management
  • Academy of International Business
  • Strategic Management Society
  • Asia Academy of Management
  • International Association for Chinese Management Research