Assistant Professor in Management
  • Ph. D. in Management (Strategy), National University of Singapore  (2016)
  • Master in Business Administration (MBA), Peking University (2011)
  • Bachelor of Economics, Peking University (2004)
  • Bachelor of Arts, Peking University (2004)
  • Assistant Professor, Department of Management and Marketing, Faculty of Business Administration, University of Macau, Macau, 2022-present
  • Assistant Professor, School of Business, National University of Ireland, Maynooth (Maynooth University), 2021-2022
  • Assistant Professor, Business School, King Fahd University of Petroleum & Minerals, Saudi Arabia 2016-2021
  • AOM 2014, IM Division, Fundação Dom Cabral Best Paper in Strategy / IB Theory: Tianyou Hu & Jane Lu, “When Diplomacy Matters: How Foreign Subsidiaries Survive Bilateral Relation Fluctuations”
  • AOM 2016, IM Division, Best Papers: Tianyou Hu, Siddharth Natarajan, & Andrew Delios, “Sister-city Ties and Location Choice: Multinationals’ Strategies to Reduce Political Uncertainty”
  • MBA/postgraduate Courses
    • International Business MI6211, Maynooth University, 2021
    • Strategic Management, MGT580, KFUPM, 2019, 2020, 2021
    • International Business, MGT521, KFUPM, 2017, 2018
  • Undergraduate Courses
    • Business Ethics and Corporate Social Responsibility, University of Macau 2022
    • International Management MN224, Maynooth University, 2022
    • Business Landscape MN153, Maynooth University, 2022
    • International Business, MGT440 KFUPM, 2016-2020
    • Strategic Management, MGT449, KFUPM, 2017, 2019
    • Principles of Management, MGT301, KFUPM, 2017
  • Strategic Management: Interfirm Alliances and Networks; Interfirm Competition and Strategies
  • International Business: Foreign Direct Investment; Political Risks; Non-Business Environments; Business Groups; MNE theory.
  • King Fahd University of Petroleum and Minerals Star-up Research Grant (SR16011) (2017)
  1. Carl F. Fey, Tianyou Hu & Andrew Delios (2022). The Measurement and Communication of Effect Sizes in Management Research. Management and Organization Review. DOI:10.1017/mor.2022.2 (ABS 3).
  2. Tianyou Hu, Siddharth Natarajan, & Andrew Delios. (2021). Sister Cities, Cross-National FDI and the Subnational FDI Location Decision. Journal of International Business Studies. DOI:10.1057/s41267-021-00409-2 (ABS 4*, UTD 24, FT 50)
  3. Tianyou Hu, Amit Jain, & Andrew Delios. (2020).  Centrality asymmetry and partner complementarity as influences on alliance dissolution. British Journal of Management. 32: 59-79, DOI: 10.1111/1467-8551.12440 (ABS 4)
  4. Nan Zhou, Tianyou Hu, & Andrew Delios. (2019).  The Determinants of Foreign Investment Size: The Role of Parent Firm Advantage and Cross-National Distance. European Journal of International Management. DOI: 10.1504/EJIM.2020.10021390 (ABS 1)

Conference Papers

  1. Tianyou Hu, Siddharth Natarajan, & Andrew Delios, “Sister-city Ties and Location Choice: Multinationals’ Strategies to Reduce Political Uncertainty”, Best Paper Proceedings of AOM 2016 Annual Meeting
  2. Tianyou Hu & Jane Lu, “When Diplomacy Matters: How Foreign Subsidiaries Survive Bilateral Relation Fluctuations”, Best Paper Proceedings of AOM 2014 Annual Meeting

Conference Presentations

  • 2019 SMS 39th Annual Conference in Minneapolis, USA
    • Tianyou Hu, Shu Yu, “Bilateral Legal Treaties and the Investment from Emerging Economies”
  • 2018 Strategic Management Society Annual Conference, Paris, France
  • 2018 International Association for Chinese Management Research (IACMR) Annual Conference, Wuhan, China
    • Tianyou Hu, Shu Yu & Andrew Delios, “The External Alliances of Japanese Keiretsu Member Firms”
  • 2017 Academy of Management 77th Annual Meeting, Atlanta
    • Tianyou Hu & Andrew Delios, “Partnering with Outsiders: The Alliance Strategy Of Business Group Member Firms” (BSP Division)
  • 2016 Academy of Management 76th Annual Meeting, Anaheim, California
    • Tianyou Hu, Siddharth Natarajan & Andrew Delios, “Sister-city Ties and Location Choice: Multinationals’ Strategies to Reduce Political Uncertainty” (IM Division)
  • 2015 Academy of Management 75th Annual Meeting, Vancouver
    • Tianyou Hu & Andrew Delios, “Resource Exchange and Strategy Compromise: Alliances between Small and Large Firms” (BSP Division/ Alliance Outcomes)
  • 2015 Academy of International Business Annual Meeting, Bengaluru
    • Tianyou Hu & Andrew Delios, “Enjoy Swimming with Sharks: The Alliance Strategy of Japanese Small-And Medium-Sized Trading Companies” (Global strategy, M&As, and Competitiveness)
  • 2014 Academy of Management 74th Annual Meeting, Philadelphia
    • Tianyou Hu & Andrew Delios, “The Resonance of Imbalance: How the Partner Asymmetry Affects Alliance Instability” (BSP Division/Network Dynamics)
    • Tianyou Hu & Jane Lu, “When Diplomacy Matters: How Foreign Subsidiaries Survive Bilateral Relation Fluctuations” (IM Division/IB Theory Award Session)
  • 2014 European Group for Organizational Studies (EGOS) 30th Colloquium, Rotterdam
    • Tianyou Hu & Andrew Delios, “The Resonance of Imbalance: How the Partner Asymmetry Affects Alliance Instability”, (Sub-theme 31: Theorizing the Network Organization)
  • 2013 Academy of International Business Annual Meeting, Istanbul
    • Tianyou Hu & Jane Lu, “The Bilateral Relation and Foreign Subsidiary Survival”, (Track of IB Theory, FDI, and Entry Mode)
  • Editorial Review Board, Management and Organization Review (MOR), 2022-2025
  • External Reviewer for Research Grants Council (RGC) of Hong Kong 2017, 2019-2021
  • Ad hoc reviewer of British Journal of Management, Journal of Management Studies, Journal of World Business, Asia Pacific Journal of Management, Management International Review, Australian Journal of Management, British Journal of Management, Journal of Business Research, International Business Review