Department of International Economics, Government and Business

PhD fellow

Room: POR/24.A-3.84

My research is at the intersection of economic development and innovation studies. My research focuses on technology upgrading at different industrial levels and the relationship between innovation and internationalization (Export and Outward FDI) for emerging market enterprises, while highlighting the roles of government and foreign involvement in the innovation-internationalization relationship. Previous work focused primarily on the role of the institutional environment for reverse innovation performance.

Primary research areas

•      Innovation and internationalization of EMEs

•      Institutional environment

•      Technology upgrading in emerging economies

Administrative tasks

2018.09-  President of the Association of Chinese Students and Scholars in Denmark

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Other teaching activities

Selected publications

“Innovation and Export Performance of Emerging Market Enterprises-The Roles of Government and Foreign Involvement,” preparing for submission in October 2020

"Global Interaction and Technology Upgrading across Chinese Manufacturing Industries," preparing for submission in October 2020

“Innovation and Outward FDI from Emerging Economies-The Roles of Government and Foreign Involvement,” work-in-progress, preparing for submission in February 2021

"Innovation and outward FDI of Chinese firms in high‐tech industries: do host-country institutions matter?” work-in-progress


Academic Interests