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WANG Li
WANG Li

Professor

Department: Marketing

+86-21-65981559

wangli2008@tongji.edu.cn

 

  • 2003-2007: Ph.D., Corporate Management, Shanghai Jiao Tong University
  • 2000-2003: M.A., Corporate Management, Wuhan University of Science and Technology
  • 1994-1998: B.A., Marketing, Hubei University of Technology

Teaching Positions

  • 2017-now: Professor, School of Economics & Management, Tongji University
  • 2010-2017: Associate Professor, School of Economics & Management, Tongji University
  • 2013—2014: Visiting Scholar, Kellogg Management School, Northwestern University
  • 2007-2010: Lecturer, School of Economics & Management, Tongji University

RESEARCH FIELD

  • E-Marketing
  • Consumer Behavior

TEACHING INTERESTS

  • E-Marketing
  • Consumer Behavior

Sponsored Research Projects

  • Consumer’s perceived difference on AI-employee service and its impact on AI service adoption: A longitudinal study, National Natural Science Foundation of China, 2021-2024
  • Participation behavior of lead users in open innovation community of enterprise: Antecedents and consequences, National Natural Science Foundation of China, 2016-2019
  • Research on the Effect of Lifestyle and Value Change on the Innovation and Development of Shanghai, The Development Research Center of Shanghai Municipal People’s Government, 2014
  • Collective consumer creativity in virtual community: Measurement, Antecedents and Incentive Mechanism, National Natural Science Foundation of China, 2011-2013
  • Study and promote customers taking part in product innovation, Fund of Humanities Social Sciences from the Ministry of Education, 2008-2011

Selected Publications

  • Lakshman Chandrashekhar, Li Wang, Atanu Adhikari, Guoping Cheng (2020). Flexibility oriented HRM practices and innovation: Evidence from China and India, The International Journal of Human Resource Management, forthcoming.
  • Xilin Li, Christopher K. Hsee and Li Wang (2020). Uncivility awareness could save lives. Behavioral Science & Policy.
  • Xilin Li, Christopher K. Hsee and Li Wang (2020). People adapt more slowly to social income changes than to temporal income changes. Journal of Experimental Psychology: Applied. http://dx.doi.org/10.1037/xap0000328.
  • Li Wang, Mototaka Sakashita, Guo-ping Cheng, Jun-zhe Ji, Ya-ting Zhang (2020). The effect of regulatory focus on customer citizenship behavior in a virtual brand community: The role of online self-presentation and community identification. Journal of Consumer Behavior, https://doi.org/10.1002/cb.1888.
  • Li Wang, Man-hui Jin. and Zhi-yong Yang (2020). Regulatory focus and consumption of counterfeit luxury goods: Roles of functional theories of attitudes and perceived similarity. Journal of Business Research, 170 (2): 50-61.
  • Li Wang, Yuan Yang, and Yi-shuai Li (2019). Extending lead-user theory to a virtual brand community: The roles of flow experience and trust. Asian Business & Management, https://doi.org/10.1057/s41291-019-00097-9.
  • Li Wang, Feng Wei, and Xin-an Zhang (2019). Why does energy-saving behavior rise and fall? A study on consumer face consciousness in the Chinese context. Journal of Business Ethics, 160 (2): 499-513.
  • Hong-bo Li, Li Wang, Xuan Xia, Hong-bo Liu (2019). Perceived service quality’s effect on patient loyalty through patient attitude within the context of traditional Chinese medicine, Journal of Combinatorial Optimization, https://doi.org/10.107/s10878-019-00520-z.
  • Huang G., Wellman N., Ashford S. J., Lee C. and Li Wang (2017). Deviance and exit: The organizational costs of job insecurity and moral disengagement. Journal of Applied Psychology, 102(1): 26-42.
  • The relationship between customer participation level and satisfaction degree the in product innovation based on high - complexity products. with LUO Jinlian (2012). Science Research Management, 12:1-9. (in Chinese)
  • Customer Participation under the Internet Environment: Psychology, Behavior and Performance. Tongji University Press. 2012. (in Chinese)
  • Intention of customer innovation in product development through internet based on TAM-VCE model, with WANG Fanghua, ZHANG Pengzhu (2008). Journal of Management Science in China, 11(1): 49-58, 2008. (in Chinese)
  • Empirical study on the relationship between internet-based customer innovation and new product development performance-based on software enterprises in China, with FANG Lan, WANG Fanghua, GU Feng (2007). Journal of Industrial Engineering and Engineering Management, 21(4): 95-101. (in Chinese)
  • 2015  Shanghai Pujiang Programme
  • 2010  Outstanding Talent Programme, Tongji University
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