Faculty of Business Administration


Institutional complexity and global strategies by emerging market MNEs


Prof. Yadong LUO

Emery M. Findley Distinguished Chair and professor of management

University of Miami




In this presentation I’ll submit my thoughts on how to better define institutional complexity that characterizes emerging markets, and how EMNEs respond to such complexity in both home and host countries through arbitrage, alignment and amalgamation. I’ll also shed light on some important propositions and future research agenda.

Date:              23 May, 2019 (Thursday)

Time:              10:00 – 11:30

Venue:           E22-2007



Yadong Luo is the Emery M. Findley Distinguished Chair and professor of management at University of Miami. He is also an elected fellow of Academy of International Business (AIB) and the recipient of two dozen research, teaching and service awards. Luo has emerged as the world’s top research scholar in international management since the mid-90s. He has published over 170 articles in major refereed journals in management and international business, including AMJ, ASQ, AMR, SMJ, JIBS, JAP, Org. Science, among others. He also authored more than a dozen books and about a hundred other publications. According to Google Scholar, his works have been cited over 30,000 times. Luo was ranked the world’s most productive author in leading international business journals, most prolific author on Asian management, and most impacted author on Chinese management. He was ranked #2 worldwide in management and #6 worldwide among all business school faculty concerning journal and research contributions.