Georgia Institute of Technology
Lin Jiang is a Ph.D. Candidate in the area of strategic management at the Georgia Institute of Technology. Her research is in the area of Management of Technology including incumbent firms’ inventing activities and entrepreneurial firms’ commercialization strategies. During her doctoral program at Georgia Tech, she has taught two undergraduate courses: the Principles of Management and Strategic Management. She has also been an ad hoc review of Academy of Management Journal, three other journals and two conferences. Prior to her graduate studies in the U.S., she worked in a joint-venture incubator co-founded by Peking University and Hong Kong University of Science and Technology.
Articles by Lin Jiang:
Why don’t academic scientists share information with their colleagues?
25 November 2009, 32629 reads
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