Dr. Yijun Xing
Beijing Jiao Tong University
Honorary Visiting Fellow
Cass Business School, City University, London
Dec 2015-                          Professor, Beijing Jiao Tong University, Beijing
Nov 2011 - Dec 2015     Associate Professor, Beijing Jiao Tong University, Beijing
March 2010 -                Honorary Visiting Fellow, Cass Business School, City University, London
Aug 2009 - Oct 2011    Lecturer, Beijing Jiao Tong University, Beijing
Feb 2008- Nov 2008     Lecturer Campbel Harris College of London, London
Oct. 2004 - May 2009    Ph.D. of Management in Organizational Behavior, Cass Business School
Oct. 2003 – Sep 2004    MSc in Internal Auditing and General Management (Won Dissertation Distinction Award), Cass Business School, City University, London
Sep. 1999 – June 2003   BA in Accounting, Beijing Jiao Tong University
[1] Xing, Y. & Sims, D. (2010) Daoism Philosophy: The Influence on Chinese Leadership Theory, European Academy of Management Conference paper, Rome, Itlay.
[2]Xing, Y.& Sims, D. (2011) Poetry: The untold side of narratives in shaping managers' identity, European Group for Organization Studies, Gothenburg, Sweden.
[3]Xing, Y. (2011)Guanxi and Meritocracy: the impact of hierarchical Guanxi on Chinese managers’ promotion, Academy of Management Conference, Texas, US.
[4] Xing, Y. & Sims, D. (2011)Leadership, Daoist Wu Wei and reflexivity: Flow, self-protection and excuse in Chinese bank managers' leadership practice. Management Learning, 24 June. DOI:10.1177/1350507611409659. (SSCI)
[5] Xing, Y. &Liu, Y. (2012) “Entrepreneurial and Business Elites of China: The Chinese Returnees Who Have Shaped Modern China, edited by Zhang, et al., Emerald Publishing (2011)”, Management International Review, Vol. 52 No. 3, pp.489-492.(SSCI)
[6] Xing, Y., Liu, Y. & Starik, M. (2012) Storytelling as Research Method: A West-Meets- East Perspective. Research Methodology in Strategy and Management, Vol. 8, edited by C.L. Wang, D. J. Ketchen, and D. D Bergh. Emerald, pp.143-172.
[7] Xing, Y., Liu, Y. & Starik, M. (2012) Storytelling from A West-meets-East perspective: Sustainability, Poetry, and Bi-cultural Studies, Academy of Management, Carolyn Dexter Award Nominee, (Carolyn Dexter奖国际最佳论文提名)
[8] Xing, Y. & Liu, Y. (2012)Ambiguity and Ancient Chinese Poetry, Ambiguity and Decision Making in Chinese Organizations. Newsletter 1, Stanford University.
[9] Liu, Y., Woywode, M. & Xing, Y. (2012) High-Tech Start-up Innovation and the Role of Guanxi: An Explorative Study in China from An Institutional Perspective, Prometheus: Critical Studies in Innovation, Vol. 30 No. 2, pp. 211-229. 
[10] Liu, Y., Cao, X., & Xing, Y. (2013) A Tale of Two Cities in Regional Entrepreneurial Policymaking: A Comparative Study of Suzhou and Wuxi from a Path Dependence Perspective. Self-reinforcing processes in and among organizations, edited by Georg Schreyoegg & Joerg Sydow. Palgrave Macmillan (Forthcoming).
Research Interests
[1] Organization Studies (Organization Development, Knowledge Management, Organizational Culture, Organizational and Individual Identity, Team Building, Human Resource Management)
[2] Leadership (Behavior development and change, leadership identity changes, Leadership self narratives, Leadership history, banking leadership behavior, Chinese Philosophical and Cultural related leadership)
[3] Internal Auditing Management (Corporate governance, Impact of IT on auditing, Internal auditing, Corporate Social Responsibility)
[4] Chinese traditional poems. Chinese and Western classic literature in relation with leadership, philology, history, sociology and poetry