2018/07 – 2021/08 澳大利亚新南威尔士大学 管理学 管理学博士
2013/09 – 2016/07 重庆大学 产业经济学 经济学硕士
2009/09 – 2013/07 重庆大学 国际经济与贸易 经济学学士
Wei, Q., Li, W. H.*, De Sisto, M., & Gu, J. (2020). What types of top management teams' experience matter to the relationship between political hazards and foreign subsidiary performance? Journal of International Management, 26(4), 100798.
Wei, Q., Luo, J.* & Huang, X. (2020). Influence of social identity on family firms’ FDI decisions: The moderating role of internal capital markets. Management International Review, 1-43.
Liu, W., Wei, Q.*, Huang, S. Q., & Tsai, S. B*. (2017). Doing good again? A multilevel institutional perspective on corporate environmental responsibility and philanthropic strategy. International Journal of Environmental Research and Public Health, 14(10), 1283.
Wei, Q.*. (2021). A multidisciplinary mapping of political connections research: Looking back and looking ahead. Academy of Management Annual Meeting Conference.
Wei, Q. *. Zheng, W; Ozdemir, S. (2021). How do political connections affect firm innovation? An examination of resource acquisition and resource utilization. IACMR Conference, Xi’an, China.
Wei, Q., Li, W. H.*, De Sisto, M., & Gu, J. (2019). Loss or gain? The moderating role of top management teams in the relationship between political hazards and foreign subsidy performance. Academy of International Business Conference, Copenhagen, Denmark.
Wei, Q., Luo, J.* & Huang, X. (2019). How do social identity, pyramidal ownership and resource slack shape foreign direct investment in family firms?" Academy of International Business Conference, Copenhagen, Denmark.
Huang, X.*, Wei, Q. (2018). Why Chinese firms invest in politically risky countries: Mapping the cause. Würzburg International Business Forum's International Business Conference (WIBF-IBC), German.
期刊评审人: Asia Pacific Journal of Management,Journal of Australian Management
会议评审人:Academy of International Business,Academy of Management, IACMR