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Dr Yanan Feng

BSc (Qingdao), MA (Univeristy of Leeds), PhD (University of Leeds)
Assistant Professor

Division: Strategy and International Business
Centre/Institute: Centre for Research in the Behavioural Sciences
E-mail: Yanan.Feng@nottingham.ac.uk
Tel: +44 (0) 115 8467416
Location: C42a (North Building, Jubilee Campus)

Dr. Yanan Feng is an assistant professor at the University of Nottingham Business School. She received her PhD in Management from the University of Leeds and was a visiting doctoral student at the Michael G. Foster School of Business, the University of Washington.

Yanan is a member of the Strategic Management Society (SMS), British Academy of Management (BAM) and International Association for Chinese Management Research (IACMR). She received best paper prizes from the British Academy of Management (BAM) and Chinese Association for Management of Technology (CAMOT) annual conferences and has won research awards from the Worldwide Universities Network and the Great Britain-China Educational Trust Committee.

Yanan received Overseas Research Students Award during her doctorate study, and upon completion of her doctorate degree, received the Chinese Government Award for Outstanding Students Abroad, sponsored by the Chinese Ministry of Education. Before her academic career, Yanan worked at the State Press and Publication Administration of China.

Research Interests
Decision making; teams; international management; leadership; behavioural strategy. Yanan recently worked for the European Commission funded project on serious games training for international corporations, the Seedcorn Funds from Integrating Global Society Priority Group of the University of Nottingham on public sector reform in China.

Administrative Roles
Deputy Director of MSc International Business
Current Research Activities
Behavioural strategy, entrepreneurial strategy, cross-cultural management, leadership.

International Collaborations, Organisation & Contributions
2008 - Ongoing    Committee Member, Information and Communication Committee, International Association for Chinese Management Research (IACMR)
2011 - 2011    Best Paper Prize presented by British Academy of Management (BAM) 2011 Annual Connference
2010 - 2010    Emerald Best Paper Prize, presented by China Association for Management of Technology (CAMOT) 2010 Annual Conference
2006 - 2008    Overseas Research Students Award for International Students (ORSAS)
2006 - 2006    Worldwide Universities Network's Global Programme (WUN) - Research fellowship at the University of Washington, Seattle, USA.
2010 -    Chinese Government Award for Outstanding Self-financed Students Abroad - Presented by Chinese ambassador Xiaoming Liu
2008 -    Great Britain-China Educational Trust Committee (GBCET) - Chinese Student Award
2005 -    Leeds University Business School: Winner of the Abeceder Best International Student
 

Publications from 2005 to the present day

Journal Articles

Hao, B.,& Feng, Y. (2018), "Leveraging learning forces in asymmetric alliances: Small firms' perceived power imbalance in driving exploration and exploitation", Technovation, forthcoming 2018.

Feng, Y.; Hao, B.; Iles, P.; Bown, N. J. (2017), "Rethinking distributed leadership: Dimensions, antecedents and team effectiveness", Leadership and Organization Development Journal, Vol.38 (2), pp. 284-302.

Hao, B.; Feng, Y., & Ye, J. (2017), "Building interfirm leadership: A relational identity perspective", European Management Journal, Vol.35 (5), pp. 651-662.

Hao, B.; Feng, Y. (2016), "How networks influence radical innovation: The effects of heterogeneity of network ties and crowding out", Journal of Business and Industrial Marketing, Vol.31(6), pp. 722-731.

Hao, B.; Feng, Y.; Frigant, V. (2015), "Rethinking the 'mirroring' hypothesis: Implications for technological modularity, tacit coordination, and radical innovation", R and D Management, forthcoming 2015.

 

 

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