National School of Development, Peking University - China
Early Academic Pursuits:
Dr. Liang Mei embarked on his academic journey with a strong foundation in management and engineering, earning a Bachelor's degree from Nanjing University, followed by a Master's degree from Zhejiang University. His early academic pursuits laid the groundwork for his subsequent research endeavors.
His professional journey includes significant international exposure, with various visiting scholar appointments at esteemed institutions such as the University of Southampton, Hitotsubashi University in Japan, and the Haas School of Business at the University of California Berkeley. These experiences enriched his understanding of global perspectives in the fields of innovation and strategic management.
Contributions and Research Focus:
As an Assistant Research Fellow at Tsinghua University's Research Center for Technological Innovation, His made noteworthy contributions to the understanding of industry evolution, innovation systems, and open innovation. His postdoctoral work at Tsinghua University, under the guidance of Prof. Jin Chen, focused on innovation and strategic management within the School of Economics & Management.
Accolades and Recognition:
His dedication to research and innovation earned him recognition as a Research Fellow at the Research Center for Future Education Management at Peking University. His status as a Non-Resident Research Fellow at Tsinghua University's Research Center for Technological Innovation, a key institute under the Ministry of Education, attests to the significance of his contributions.
Impact and Influence:
During his Visiting Scholar appointment at the Paul Tsai China Center, Yale Law School, Yale University, His opportunity to engage with leading scholars and practitioners, further amplifying the impact of his work in science and technology governance.
Legacy and Future Contributions:
As a Research Associate Professor at the National School of Development, Peking University, His continues to shape the landscape of innovation and strategic management. His research interests in innovation, industry evolution, and open innovation indicate a commitment to addressing contemporary challenges and shaping the future of these fields.
Holistic innovation: an emerging innovation paradigm
J Chen, X Yin, L Mei
How leadership matters in organizational innovation: a perspective of openness
X Jia, J Chen, L Mei, Q Wu
L Mei, T Zhang, J Chen
Digital innovation and performance of manufacturing firms: An affordance perspective
Y Liu, J Dong, L Mei, R Shen.
Open innovation with Chinese characteristics: a dynamic capabilities perspective
H Chesbrough, S Heaton, L Mei
Innovation ecosystem: Origin, knowledge evolution and theoretical framework
L Mei, J Chen, Y Liu
L Mei, J Chen
Innovation and innovation management
J Chen, E Viardot, A Brem
Antecedents of strategic ambidexterity in firms’ product innovation: External knowledge and internal information sharing
L Mei, F Rentocchini, J Chen
Structural Holes in the Multi-Sided Market: A Market Allocation Structure Analysis of China’s Car-Hailing Platform in the Context of Open Innovation
L Huang, Y Zhao, L Mei, P Wu, Z Zhao, Y Mao