Lucas Wang

Programme Director of MSc International Management, Assistant Professor in International Business/Strategy

Nottingham University Business School China
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Contact

Office

Room 413, IEB

Campus

University of Nottingham Ningbo China

Address

199 Taikang East Road, Ningbo, 315100, China

Telephone

+86 (0)574 88180000 ext. 8699

Qualifications

PhD (Ivey Business School)

MSc (University of Nebraska-Lincoln)

MSc (Jinan University)

BA (Jinan University)


Biography

Teaching experience

Strategic Management (Undergraduate)

Odette Business School, University of Windsor, Canada.

Strategic Management (Undergraduate)

College of Business Administration, University of Nebraska-Lincoln, USA

Management Science (Undergraduate)

College of Business Administration, University of Nebraska-Lincoln, USA


Teaching

Teaching Interests

Strategic Management, Global Strategy, International Business


Research interests

Research Interests

Strategic alliances, Inter-firm cooperation across national borders, Business sustainability


Publications

Refereed Papers

  • Wang, L., and Gao, Y. 2020. Competition network as a source of competitive advantage: The dynamic capability perspective and evidence from China, Long Range Planning. Forthcoming.

  • Chakrabarty, S. and Wang, L. 2020. Sensitivity about inventory leanness. Journal of Manufacturing Technology Management. Forthcoming.

  • Chen, S.F., Pun, H., and Wang, L. 2017. A pricing-error rule on share distribution in equity joint ventures: The Bayesian approach. Managerial and Decision Economics. 38(8):1172-1184.
  • Chakrabarty, S. and Wang, L. 2013. The influence of climate change mitigation and internationalization on the competitiveness of Multinational Corporations. Thunderbird International Business Review. 55(6): 673-688.
  • Chakrabarty, S. and Wang, L. 2012. The long-term sustenance of sustainability practices in MNCs: A dynamic capabilities perspective of the role of R&D and internationalization. Journal of Business Ethics. 110 (2): 205-217.

Book Chapters

  • Wang, L. 2019. Unravelling the myth of Fotile: The critical role of strategic positioning in brand building. In M. Liu and J. Luo (Ed.), China Branding: Cases from Zhejiang: 139-154. Springer Nature Singapore: Palgrave Macmillan

  • Nelson, S., Wang, L., Smith, R., and Blackford, B. 2014. Corporate persona and optimistic language in annual reports. In R. P. Hart (Ed.), Communication and Language Analysis in the Corporate World: 179-197. Hershey, PA: IGI Global

Teaching Cases

  • Wang, L. 2020. Shandong Moris Chemical Co. Ltd.: A hidden champion in the brine chemical industry. Ivey Publishing 9B20M117
  • Deng, D., Wang, L. 2019. Fotile: A top kitchen appliance brand rooted in China. Ivey Publishing 9B19M075

Media article


Conference presentations

  • Wang, L. and Chakrabarty, S. 2016. Engaging Stakeholders via Social Media: From the Real World to the Virtual World. Academy of Management Annual Meeting. Anaheim, CA, USA
  • Chakrabarty, S. and Wang, L. 2016. Inventory Management Strategy: When are Shareholders Sensitive about Inventory Leanness? Academy of Management Annual Meeting. Anaheim, CA, USA
  • Chen, S.F., Pun, H., and Wang, L. 2015. A pricing-error rule on share distribution in equity joint ventures: A Bayesian approach. Academy of Management Annual Meeting. Vancouver, BC, Canada (Best Paper Proceeding)
  • Bass, A., Chakrabarty, S., and Wang, L. 2013. Gender inequality and formal ethics codes in microfinance institutions. Academy of Management Annual Meeting. Lake Buena Vista, FL, USA
  • Wang, L., and Chakrabarty, S. 2012. Toward a social disorganization theory of firms: Does lack of focus and financial stress during early post-IPO years push firms toward unsustainable practices? Academy of Management Annual Meeting. Boston, MA, USA.
  • Wang, L., and Sebora, T. 2010. Antecedents of entrepreneurial intention: The role of the information frame and psychological capital, Decision Science Institute Annual Meeting. San Diego, CA, USA