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Research Team

Core Members

Dr Miao Zhang,  Department of Management (Director)
Dr Enda Hannon, Department of Management
Dr Ki-Soon Hwang, Department of Management
Dr Amelia Au-Yeung, Department of Strategy, Marketing and Innovation
Dr Jia Miao, Department of Accounting, Finance and Information
Dr Jinsha Zhao, Department of Accounting, Finance and Information
Dr Wangwei Lin, Law School

Affiliated Members

Professor Baoguo Cui
Head of Media Management Research Center, Tsinghua University, Beijing, China
Professor Wenping Su
Director of MBA Center,  Beihang University, Beijing, P.R. China.
Professor Xiuzhen Jiang
Deputy Dean of Business School, Shanghai Foreign Trader University, Shanghai, China
Professor Peijie Wang
Business School, Plymouth University, UK
Dr Delteil Violaine
Director of the Licence of European Studies, Institute for European Studies, University of Paris.
Sunu Widianto
Center for Management and Business, Faculty of Economics and Business, Unviersitas Padjadjaran, Indonesia
Mr Huiwu Pang
Director of Project Management Department, MCC Tongsin Resources Lit, China,  Kingston University MBA alumna 
Mr Hai Wu
Science & Technology Bureau, Pudong People’s Government, Shanghai, The People’s Republic of China

Doctoral Researchers

Dr Weiwei Xu

She completed her doctoral study at Kingston in 2013. Her project is on “Career Management in Chinese Film Industry”.

Dr Zelin Li

He completed his doctoral study in 2011. His study exams social-technology system in Chinese Health Sector. Currently, he works as the Deputy Director of Nottingham Confucius Institute/Teaching Associate in the School of Contemporary Chinese Studies.

Dr Jianghong Cao

She completed her doctoral study in 2010. Her doctoral research focuses on the role of entrepreneurship in commercialising technology innovation in the IT industry in China.
 

Mr Liang Liang

His doctoral study is on Innovation and social network in Chinese Health Sector. His reserach is related a  project funded by Kingston University, Royal Holleway and St. Geogry’s hospital. 
 

Mr Navaneethakrishnan Kengatharan

He is working on Woking-life balance in Sir Lanka. This study will challenge the Western model on work-life balance and develop a new research theoretical framework to study this issue in Asian context.

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