About Jane Lu

Jane Lu is Chair Professor and Head of Department of Management, City University of Hong Kong. She received her MBA from China Europe International Business School (CEIBS) and Ph.D. from the Ivey School of Business, Western University. She started her academic career at National University of Singapore where she was promoted to Associate Professor with tenure.

She served as James Riady Chair Professor in Asian Business and Economics and Director of the Centre for Asian Business and Economics at the University of Melbourne (2013-2017), and Parkland Chair Professor of Strategy and Director of the Centre for Emerging Market Studies at CEIBS (2017-2019), prior to joining CityU.

Jane’s research centers on the intersection between organization theory and strategy with a focus on international strategy and non-market strategy. Her earlier research investigates broad level issues that underlie the international strategy of a firm, as well as specific strategic questions, such as how to make a successful foreign entry into a country, or how to manage successfully in a foreign country.    Her recent research continues this line of research but with a focus on emerging market firms and their non-market strategies.

Her work has appeared in Academy of Management Journal, Administrative Science Quarterly, Strategic Management Journal, Journal of Management and Journal of International Business Studies, and other leading journals. She served as Editor-in-Chief of Asia Pacific Journal of Management (2016-2018). She is currently a Senior Editor of Journal of World Business and a Consulting Editor of Journal of International Business Studies.

Jane has been involved with the IB scholarly community for many years. She served on Doctoral and Junior Faculty Consortia at AIB and AOM conferences for years, AIB’s Haynes Prize Award committee for three years and chaired it in the fourth year. She also served as track chair in AIB conferences (2013 and 2021).