Fuming Jiang is the Professor of International Business and Head of the Department of Management, International Business and Entrepreneurship in The School of Management at RMIT University. He has been full Professor of International Business since 2011 and held various leadership roles including Head of School, Deputy Head of School, School Research Director, Discipline Lead, and MIB Program Director at Curtin University. Prior to these roles, he held positions as Associate Professor of Strategy (International Business), Associate Director of Centre for Asian Business and Chair of Research Committee at the International Graduate School of Business, University of South Australia. During six years of his academic career at the ANU College of Business and Economics, The Australian National University, he held the posts of Deputy Head of School, Chair of Education Committee, Discipline Convener of International Business, and Lecturer and Senior Lecturer in International Business, etc. Born in China, he worked as a Pharmacist at the People's Hospital of Jiangsu Province in China specializing in Traditional Chinese Medicine.
Professor Jiang earned a Ph.D. in International Business/Strategic Management from The Australian Graduate School of Entrepreneurship at the Swinburne University of Technology in 2002. His research has since focused on foreign direct investment (FDI) decisions and strategies of multinational enterprises (MNEs) operating in and from China. He is an internationally leading scholar on liability of localness related MNEs theories and FDI entry mode decisions. His research work has appeared in all Top-5 leading international business/management journals including Journal of International Business Studies (JIBS), Journal of World Business, Management International Review, International Business Review, and Journal of International Management, among others.
According to a study published by Emerald Group Publishing Limited (Quer, et al., 2014; dx.doi.org/10.1108/S1745-886220140000009018), Fuming Jiang was ranked No. 1 in the world for empirical research on Chinese outward FDI and Chinese MNEs published in high impacting international business and management journals during 2002 – 2012. His co-authored JIBS paper (Cui and Jiang, 2012; doi.org/10.1057/jibs.2012.1) entitled “State ownership effect on firms’ FDI ownership decisions under institutional pressure: A study of Chinese outward-investing firms” was the most cited paper adjusted by the year of publication as reported by a recent study published in JIBS (Sun, et al., 2021; doi.org/10.1057/s41267-021-00438-x). His most recent JIBS paper (Jiang, et al., 2022; https://rdcu.be/cI9Fs) that proposed a “Three-Dimensional Attachment” framework explaining reverse knowledge transfer to parent firms is an important advancement to the international joint venture and knowledge transfer literature.
Fuming is an Associate Editor of the Journal of Business Research. He serves on the Editorial Review Boards of leading international business journals including Journal of International Business Studies, Journal of Management Studies, Journal of World Business, Management International Review, and Asia Pacific Journal of Management.
- PhD, International Business (Strategy), Swinburne University of Technology
- MBA, International Business/Marketing, Victoria University of Technology
- Graduate Diploma, Applied Information Systems, Royal Melbourne Institute of Technology
- Graduate Certificate in High Education, The Australian National University
- Jiang, F.,Liu, L.,Li, J. (2022). From horizontal knowledge sharing to vertical knowledge transfer: The role of boundary-spanning commitment in international joint ventures In: Journal of International Business Studies, , 1 - 21
- Jiang, F.,Travaglione, T.,Liu, L.,Li, J. (2021). When does the global mindset affect headquarters–subsidiary relationships? In: Journal of Business Research, 136, 523 - 542
- Yang, X.,Sun, S.,Jiang, F. (2021). How Do Emerging Multinational Enterprises Release Subsidiary Initiatives Located in Advanced Economies? In: Journal of International Management, 27, 1 - 17
- Wang, L.,Jiang, F.,Li, J.,Motohashi, K.,Zheng, X. (2019). The contingent effects of asset specificity, contract specificity, and trust on offshore relationship performance In: Journal of Business Research, 99, 338 - 349
- Wang, L.,Zhang, C.,Jiang, F. (2019). Matching governance mechanisms with transaction-specific investment types and supplier roles: An empirical study of cross-border outsourcing relationships In: International Business Review, 28, 316 - 327
- Jiang, F.,Ananthram, S.,Li, J. (2018). Global Mindset and Entry Mode Decisions: Moderating Roles of Managers’ Decision-Making Style and Managerial Experience In: Management International Review, 58, 413 - 447
- Jiang, F.,Zalan, T.,Tse, H.,Shen, J. (2018). Mapping the relationship among political ideology, CSR mindset, and CSR strategy: A contingency perspective applied to Chinese managers In: Journal of Business Ethics, 147, 419 - 444
- Liu, L.,Jiang, F.,Sathye, M. (2017). Does bonding really bond? Liability of foreignness and cross-listing of Chinese firms on international stock exchanges In: Research in International Business and Finance, 41, 109 - 124
- Wang, L.,Terziovski, M.,Jiang, F.,Li, J. (2017). The effect of social capital on local suppliers’ exploitative and exploratory learning in global buyer–supplier relationships: the moderating role of contract specificity In: R & D Management, 47, 654 - 668
- Li, J.,Jiang, F.,Shen, J. (2016). Institutional distance and the quality of the headquarters-subsidiary relationship: The moderating role of the institutionalization of headquarters' practices in subsidiaries In: International Business Review, 25, 589 - 603
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