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Dr. Danqing WANG

Strategy and International Business

Assistant Professor

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Dr. Danqing WANG

Academic and Professional Qualifications

  • PhD: INSEAD (Strategy Department)
  • MPhil: Hong Kong University of Science and Technology (Social Science Division)
  • BA: Tsinghua University (School of Journalism and Communication)

Brief Biography

Danqing is an assistant professor in strategy and international business department at the school of business in the University of Hong Kong. Her research focuses on state-firm interactions and firms’ non-market strategies in emerging economies. Her on-going projects include examining how Chinese publicly listed firms’ diversification strategies are influenced by political agenda. This single-authored paper has won a finalist position for Best PhD Paper Award at 2013 Strategic Management Society Annual Conference. She is also involved in a cross-country project which investigates the non-market strategies adopted by giant Brazilian multinationals such as Vale in Africa, collaborating with faculty from FDC (Brazil).


  • BBA: China Business Environment
  • MBA: China Business Environment


  • State-firm interactions
  • Firms’ non-market strategies
  • Organization theory and political sociology


  • Editorial Board Member: Management and Organization Review
  • Ad hoc reviewer: Organization Science, Management and Organization Review

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