University of Nottingham Ningbo China
Nottingham University Business School China
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Shih-wei Hsu

Assistant Professor in Organisational Behaviour , Nottingham University Business School China


PhD (University of Newcastle upon                                                      Tyne)
MSc (Dr Sun Yat-sen University)


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Expertise summary

Shih-wei Hsu has been with The University of Nottingham Ningbo, China since 2007. He previously worked at the University of St Andrews. His research interests are in knowledge management, poststructuralism, leadership, risk theories, and business ethics.

Teaching Summary


 People and Organisations

 Designing and Managing Organisations

Research Summary

 Poststructuralism, Knowledge Management, Business Ethics, Leadership and Risk Theory.

Research Interests

  • Past

    Poststructuralism, Business Ethics and Knowledge Management
  •  Present & Future

    Leadership and Anarchism


Hsu, S. and Örtenblad, A (2012) The Meaning and Meaninglessness of CSR in China. Journal of Current Chinese Affairs. Under Review

Farquharson, M., Örtenblad, A, and Hsu, S. (forthcoming). Trusting local translation: Experiences from transplanting a British entrepreneurship pedagogy to China. Management Learning

Hsu, S. (2010) A very radical book about management (in Chinese). Good morning news.

Hsu, S. (2010) Towards a critical approach to knowledge management. Lambert Academic Publishing.

Conference presentations

Hsu, S. (2012) The Meaning and Meaninglessness of CSR in China, IACMR conference, HK. 

Hsu, S. (2011) Is Critical Management Education Possible in China?. 7th International Critical Management Studies Conference..

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