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Shaomin Li
Shaomin Li
Shaomin Li (Ph.D., Princeton University) is Eminent Scholar and Professor of International Business at Old Dominion University. He studies the global environment of business with a focus on the governance environment in changing societies. He published in Harvard Business Review, The Wall Street Journal, The Financial Times, and The New York Times. His most recent book, Bribery and Corruption in Weak Institutional Environments, is published by Cambridge University Press. The Economist featured his research on rule-based versus relation-based governance twice. He is Executive Editor of the journal Modern China Studies. In 2008 the Governor of Virginia presented him the Outstanding Faculty Award.
by | Jul 8, 2020

Admittedly, I had the all-time favorite Disney song “Who’s Afraid of the Big Bad Wolf?” in my mind when I…

by | Jun 29, 2020

In its quest for global power, the Chinese government has turned the relationship between the briber and bribee in corruption…

by and | Jun 2, 2020

In order to “transform the international order to align with CCP interests and ideology,” the Chinese Communist Party (CCP) has…

by | May 6, 2020

The two biggest events in the world today are the U.S.–China trade war and the current coronavirus pandemic. Both are…

by and | Mar 27, 2020

In just over three months, since early December, the world has witnessed the epic spread and destruction of the coronavirus…

by | Oct 19, 2019

When a scholar meets soldiers, he should not argue with them, for he surely will lose. — Chinese proverb Recently…

by and | Sep 12, 2019

While it has been commonly recognized that the theft of intellectual property (IP) by China is at the center of…

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