Chinese Migration Studies

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Jinmin Wang

Assistant Professor, Faculty of Social Sciences



Dr Jinmin Wang is currently Courser Leader of BSc/MSci/MSc Business and Economy of Contemporary China and MSc Management in Contemporary China and Emerging Markets at the School. He has special research interests in international business management and the development of industrial clusters in contemporary China.He has undertaken a wide range of research projects including the role of specialized markets in the collective internationalization process of SMEs in rural China, the business model innovation of Norwegian and Spanish multinational companies in China, institutional change and the development of SME industrial clusters in rural China.

Jinmin has had consultancy experiences with some of the major international organizations such as UNESCAP and the South Centre.

Expertise Summary

Entrepreneurship and innovation in contemporary China; the evolution of specialized markets and regional development in China; the development and internationalization of industrial clusters in China; internationalization strategies of Chinese firms; business model innovation of European multinational corporations in China;banking regulation in China: the development of venture capital industry in China.

Research Summary

  • Institutional change and the development of industrial clusters
  • Business model innovation and marketing practices of Norwegian maritime firms in China

Selected Publications

Past Research

  • The outward foreign direct investment of Chinese textile and clothing firms in Asian least developed countries
  • Regional economic integration strategies of China
  • Banking regulation in China

Future Research

Dr Wang is interested in supervising PhD students or Master by Research (MRes) students in the following areas:

  • Entrepreneurship and innovation in China
  • Internationalization strategies of Chinese firms
  • Business model innovation of MNCs in China
  • The development and internationalization of industrial clusters in China

School of Contemporary Chinese Studies

The University of Nottingham
Si Yuan Centre, Jubilee Campus
Nottingham, NG8 1BB

telephone: +44 (0) 115 846 6322