New SDC PostDoc at SDU

We are pleased to announce that Dr. Ye LIU has now been appointed Postdoc at University of Southern Denmark, as of 1 June. She comes to us from a position as Lecturer in Department of Public Administration at Zhejiang Science and Technology University in Hangzhou.

Her first task will be to lecture to Kolding’s Mayor and city council members and business leaders, who will visit China in June. Her next task will be to deliver papers at a conference “China Goes Global” in Norway in June. From about 20 December to about 20 June 2018 she will be at Tsinghua and Sino-Danish Center, where she will teach in the masters programs in ‘Innovation management’ and ‘Public management and social development’.

Her postdoc project will be on Innovation and Social Development in China and Europe, in collaboration with Jizhen, Kent and Thomas.

Recent papers are on

Life-satisfaction of entrepreneurs in the diaspora: Embedded in transnational networks and in international business. Diaspora Networks in International Business, Springer Publishers. (in press).

The happy innovator, in China and around the World: Innovation benefiting satisfaction with job, work-family balance, and life. In review with International Journal of Innovation Studies.

Coupling of entrepreneurs’ education, networking with researchers, and business collaboration: Benefits for innovation in China. In review with Chinese Management Studies.

People becoming entrepreneurs in greater China: Changing inclusion of genders, generations and educational strata in mainland China, Taiwan and Hong Kong,

to be presented at the conference ‘China Goes Global’, and then to be submitted to a good international journal.

Entrepreneurs’ expectations for job-growth in the businesses in China: Influenced by human and social capital acquired in education and training,

to be presented at the conference ‘China Goes Global’, and then to be submitted to a good international journal.

Entrepreneurs’ education and training benefiting innovation and expectation for job-growth in China: Mediated by motives and competence. Draft.

Entrepreneurs’ networks, innovation and life-satisfaction: Embedded in institutionalization of a market in China. Sketched in mind.

 

The publications will list her new affiliations with University of Southern Denmark and with Sino-Danish Center.