Reader in Strategy and International Business, University of Birmingham

Linda Hsieh is a Reader (Associate Professor) in Strategy and International Business at the University of Birmingham. Her research has been funded by the British Academy/Leverhulme Trust. She has published in some leading journals on issues of cooperative strategy, international business model, reshoring, decision-making and management of international strategic alliances.

Experience

  • –present
    Reader in Strategy and International Business, University of Birmingham

Education

  • 2007 
    University of Birmingham, PhD in Commerce

Publications

  • 2020
    Contextualizing internationalization decision-making research in SMEs: Towards an integration of existing studies, European Management Review
  • 2019
    Cooperative Strategy: Managing Alliances and Networks , Oxford: Oxford University Press
  • 2019
    A multidimensional perspective of SME internationalization speed: The influence of entrepreneurial characteristics, International Business Review
  • 2017
    SME international business models: The role of context and experience, Journal of World Business
  • 2016
    Reshoring: A strategic renewal of luxury clothing supply chains, Operations Management Research
  • 2015
    Knowledge exchange in networked organizations: Does place matter, R&D Management
  • 2014
    Revisiting the trustworthiness-performance-governance nexus in international joint ventures, Management International Review
  • 2014
    Decision mode, information and network attachment in the internationalization of SMEs: A configurational and contingency analysis, Journal of World Business
  • 2010
    Risk perception and post-formation governance in international joint ventures in Taiwan: The perspective of the foreign partner, Journal of International Management
  • 2009
    The co-evolution of business incubation and national innovation systems in Taiwan, Technological Forecasting & Social Change

Grants and Contracts

  • 2016
    Sustainable reshoring in high-end fashion clothing
    Role:
    Co-I
    Funding Source:
    The British Academy / The Leverhulme Trust
  • 2010
    Social organization as a facilitator of internationalization among high-tech SMEs: A comparison of UK and Taiwan
    Role:
    PI
    Funding Source:
    The British Academy

Professional Memberships

  • Academy of International Business