Campus Directory: Wenlong Yuan

University of Lethbridge

Wenlong Yuan
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Degrees

Post-doctoral research, University of Calgary; PhD (Strategy and International Business), Haskayne School of Business, University of Calgary

Expertise

International business and entrepreneurship, Internal functioning of the multinational enterprises (MNEs), Slack

Selected Publications

A. Refereed Journals

10. Shujun Ding, Chunxin Jia, Zhenyu Wu, & Wenlong Yuan. 2014. Environmental Management under Subnational Institutional Constraints, Journal of Business Ethics (ABDC: A), forthcoming. (*Note: ABDC refers to the Australian Business Deans Council Journal Ranking)

9. Verbeke, A., & Yuan, W. 2013. The Drivers of Multinational Enterprise Subsidiary Entrepreneurship in China: A New Resource Based View (RBV) Perspective, Journal of Management Studies (2010 FT-45 journal; ABDC: A+), 50(2): 236-258.

8. Wu, Z., Yuan, W., & Wei, X. 2012. The Effects of New Ventures' Resource Strategies on Angels' Investing Outcomes: Big Gains and Big Losses in Angel Investments, Entrepreneurship Research Journal, 2(3).

7. Yuan, W., Bao, YJ., & Verbeke, A. 2011. Integrating CSR Initiatives in Business: An Organizing Framework, Journal of Business Ethics (ABDC: A), 101: 75-92.

6. Bao, YJ., Olson, B., & Yuan, W. 2011. Defensive and Expansion Responses to Environmental Shocks in China: Interpreting the 2008 Economic Crisis, Thunderbird International Business Review (ABDC: B), 53(2): 225-245.

5. Rugman, A., Verbeke, A., & Yuan, W. 2011. Re-conceptualizing Bartlett and Ghoshal's Classification of National Subsidiary Roles in the Multinational Enterprise, Journal of Management Studies (2010 FT-45 journal; ABDC: A+), 48(2): 253-277.

4. Verbeke, A., & Yuan, W. 2010. A Strategic Management Analysis of Ownership (O) Advantages in the Eclectic Paradigm, Multinational Business Review (ABDC: C), 18(2): 89-108.

3. Verbeke, A., Chrisman, J., & Yuan, W. 2007. A Note on Strategic Renewal and Corporate Venturing in Multinational Enterprise Subsidiaries, Entrepreneurship Theory & Practice (2006 FT-40 journal; ABDC, A+), 31(4): 585-600.

2. Verbeke, A., & Yuan, W. 2007. Managerial Services for Entrepreneurial Activities in Multinational Enterprises: A Penrosean Perspective, Management International Review (2006 FT-40 journal; ABDC, A), 47(2): 241-258.

1. Verbeke, A., & Yuan, W. 2005. Subsidiary autonomous activities in multinational enterprises: A transaction cost perspective. Management International Review (2006 FT-40 journal; ABDC, A), 45(SI 2): 31-52. Reprinted as Chapter 10 in Rugman, A. M., & Verbeke, A. (Eds.). 2005. Analysis of Multinational Strategic Management: The Selected Scientific Papers of Alan M. Rugman and Alain Verbeke. Cheltenham, UK & Brookfield, US: Edward Elgar Publishing.

B. Books

Bao, YJ. and Yuan, W. 2011. The Tao of Crisis Management (in Chinese), Shanghai, China: Truth & Wisdom Press, a Subdivision of Shanghai Century Publishing.

Van Den Bulcke, Daniel, Verbeke, A., and Yuan, W. (eds.). 2009. Handbook on Small Nations in the Global Economy: The Contribution of Multinational Enterprises to National Economic Success, Cheltenham, UK & Brookfield, US: Edward Elgar Publishing.

C. Book Chapters

Yuan, W., & Verbeke, A. 2009. The competitive advantage of Canada: A firm-level analysis (Chapter 7), in Van Den Bulcke, Daniel, Verbeke, A., and Yuan, W. (eds.), Handbook on Small Nations in the Global Economy: The Contribution of Multinational Enterprises to National Economic Success, Cheltenham, UK & Brookfield, US: Edward Elgar Publishing.

Van Den Bulcke, Daniel, Verbeke, A., and Yuan, W. 2009. Small Nations in the Global Economy: An Overview (Chapter 1), in Van Den Bulcke, Daniel, Verbeke, A., and Yuan, W. (eds.), Handbook on Small Nations in the Global Economy: The Contribution of Multinational Enterprises to National Economic Success, Cheltenham, UK & Brookfield, US: Edward Elgar Publishing.

D. Reports

Verbeke, A., Hubner, J., & Yuan, W. 2006. The NAFTA Effect: Multinational Enterprises in Canada, published by the Conference Board of Canada.

Research Interests

How different theories of the firm explain multinational enterprises (MNE's) entrepreneurial strategy at the subsidiary level; How different national institutional contexts affect the bounded rationality at the corporate management level; How organizational slack functions in different environments.

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