Nan Jia

Dean's Associate Professor in Business Administration
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PhD, University of Toronto; BA, Peking University

Nan Jia is Dean's Associate Professor in Business Administration. She holds a PhD in Strategic Management from the Rotman School of Management, University of Toronto (Canada). Her research interests include corporate political strategy, business-governance relationships, emerging technology in management, and corporate governance in international business. Nan’s research has been published in multiple top journals in strategic management. She currently serves as an associate editor for the Strategic Management Journal and on the editorial boards of multiple leading academic journals.
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Odilon Camara, Nan Jia, Joe Raffiee () "Reputation, competition, and lies in labor market recommendations ,"  Management Science.
Nan Jia, Stanislav Markus, Timothy Werner () "Theoretical Light in Empirical Darkness: Illuminating Strategic Concealment of Corporate Political Activity ,"  Academy of Management Review.
Han Jiang, Nan Jia, Tao Bai, Garry Bruton () "Cleaning House Before Hosting New Guests: A Political Path Dependence Model of Political Connection Adaptation in The Aftermath of Anticorruption Shocks ,"  Strategic Management Journal  42, 1793–1821.
Nan Jia, Bo Zhao, Jiangyong Lu, Wei Zheng () "No Free Lunch After All: Corporate Political Connections and Firms’ Location Choices ,"  Organization Science.
Siliang Tong, Nan Jia, Xueming Luo, Zheng Fang () "The Janus Face of Artificial Intelligence Feedback: Deployment Versus Disclosure Effects on Employee Performance ,"  42, 1600-1631.
Nan Jia, Jing Shi, Changyun Wang, Yongxiang Wang () "Parasites and Paragons: Ownership Reform and Concentrated Interest among Minority Shareholders ,"  Journal of Management Studies  51, 129-162.
Nan Jia, Kenneth Huang, Cyndi Zhang () "Public Governance, Corporate Governance, and Firm Innovation: An Examination of State-Owned Enterprises ,"  62, 220-247.
Nan Jia, Jing Shi, Yongxiang Wang () "The Interdependence of Public and Private Stakeholder Influence: A Study of Political Patronage and Corporate Philanthropy in China ,"  Advances in Strategic Management  38 (Sustainability, Stakeholder Governance, and Corporate Social Responsibility), 69 – 93.
Nan Jia () "The “Make and/or Buy” Decisions of Corporate Political Lobbying: An Integration of Economic Efficiency and Legitimacy Perspectives ,"  Academy of Management Review   43, 1-21.
Nan Jia, Jing Shi, Yongxiang Wang () "Value Creation and Value Capture in Governing Shareholder Relationships: Evidence from a Policy Experiment in an Emerging Market ,"  Strategic Management Journal  39, 2466-2488.
Nan Jia, Kyle Mayer () "Political Hazards and Firms’ Geographic Focus ,"  Strategic Management Journal  38, 203–231.
Heather Haveman, Nan Jia, Jing Shi, Yongxiang Wang () "The Dynamics of Political Embeddedness in China ,"  Administrative Science Quarterly  62, 67-104.
Nan Jia, Kyle Mayer () "Complementarity in Firms’ Market and Political Capabilities: An Integrated Theoretical Perspective ,"  Advances in Strategic Management  34 (Strategy Beyond Markets), 437 - 470.
Nan Jia () "Political Strategy and Market Capabilities: Evidence from the Chinese Private Sector ,"  Management and Organization Review  12, 75-102.
Nan Jia, Kenneth Huang, Cyndi Zhang () "Agency Incentives and Firm Innovation: Analyzing the Patenting Behavior of State-owned Firms in China ,"  Academy of Management Meeting Best Paper Proceedings.
Seong Jin Choi, Nan Jia, Jiangyong Lu () "The Structure of Political Institutions and Effectiveness of Corporate Political Lobbying ,"  Organization Science  26, 158-179.
Yuen Yuen Ang, Nan Jia () "Perverse Complementarity: Political Connections & the Use of Courts Among Private Firms in China ,"  Journal of Politics   76, 318-332.
Nan Jia () "Competition and Relationship-Specific Investments: Theory and Implications for Strategy ,"  Strategic Management Journal  34, 1551–1567.
Nan Jia, Jing Shi, Yongxiang Wang () "Coinsurance within Business Groups: Evidence from Related Party Transactions in an Emerging Market ,"  Management Science  59, 2295–2313.