Liu Guangling
Associate Professor

Professional Experience & Education

Professional History

    2010-present: Associate Professor, Graduate School at Shenzhen, Tsinghua University

    1994-2010: Lecturer, School of Economics & Management, Tsinghua University

    1999 Fall: Visiting Scholar, Sloan School of Management, MIT, USA

    1996 Fall: Visiting Scholar, Dept. of Management Science, City University of Hong Kong, HK

    1988-1991: Instructor, Dept. of Mathematical Statistics, Xi’an Institute of Statistics, Xi’an

Education

    1994: M.S., Peking University, Beijing, China

    1988: B.S., Nankai University, Tianjin, China


Instruction & Advising

Current Courses:

    Management; Organizational Economics; Organizational Theory and Management Practice

Mast'ers & Ph.D. Advising:

    Organizational economics; Management sciences


Research

Interests:

    Organizational economics; Management sciences

Current Projects:

  • Organization building theory in China’s transitional development;

  • The strategy of catching-up and surpassing of late-developing enterprises;

  • The innovation management model of different types of research and development organizations in China. 


Selected Publications:

  1. Guangling Liu, Exploring ways to profeesionalism, Tsinghua Business Review, Vol. 3(1), pp. 68-76, 2013. (in Chinese)

  2. Guangling Liu, Enlightment on Transition of Tycoon in Auto-industry between America and Japan, Tsinghua Business Review, Vol. 1(6), pp. 114-121, 2011. (in Chinese)

  3. Guangling Liu,The characteristics of organizational construction and management in the stage of China’s transitional development, Chinese Journal of Management, Vol. 7(11), pp. 1621-1631, 2010. (in Chinese)

  4. Guangling Liu, The Newest Advance in Theory of Partnership, Chinese Journal of Economic Review, pp. 114-118, 2009(12). (in Chinese)

  5. Guangling Liu, Theoretical Analysis on the Management Style of Lincoln Electric Company, China Soft Science, Vol. 217, pp. 129-138, 2009 (in Chinese)

  6. Guangling Liu, The Theoretical Models of Mao Tsedong's Democratic Principles on Organizational Construction, Chinese Journal of Management, Vol. 6(2), pp.150-159, 2009. (in Chinese)