Dr Zhujun Ding

Lecturer in Entrepreneurship

Dr Zhujun Ding

Dr Zhujun Ding

Fellow of HEA
HumSS Building Room 165, Whiteknights Campus
+44 (0) 118 378 8554


Dr Zhujun Ding joined the Henley Business School in October 2016 as a Lecturer. Prior to joining Henley, Zhujun was an Assistant Professor at Tongji University, China. Previously she was an Assistant Professor at Hang Seng Management College, Hong Kong. She obtained her Doctor of Philosophy degree in Management from the Chinese University of Hong Kong. She graduated from Zhejiang University in China with a Bachelor of Business Administration degree. Her research interests include entrepreneurship, emerging market firm strategy, and international business. She has published several papers in journals and won best paper awards from the Academy of Management annual meeting.



Ma, X., Ding, Z., & Yuan, L. (2016). Subnational institutions, political capital, and the internationalization of entrepreneurial firms in emerging economies. Journal of World Business, 51(5), 843-854.

Ahlstrom, D. & Ding, Z. J. (2015). Entrepreneurship in China: Progress and challenges. In D. Cumming, M. Firth, W. Hou & E. Lee (eds.), Developments in Chinese entrepreneurship: Key issues and challenges. New York: Palgrave MacMillan, pp. 1-32.

Ding, Z. J., Au, K., & Chiang, F. (2015). Social Trust and Angel Investors' Decisions: A Multilevel Analysis across Nations. Journal of Business Venturing, 30(2), 307-321.

Ding, Z. J., Sun, S. L., & Au, K. (2014). Angel Investor's Selection Criteria: A Comparative Institutional Perspective. Asia Pacific Journal of Management, 31(3),705-731.

Ahlstrom, D. & Ding, Z. J. (2014). Entrepreneurship in China: An overview. International Small Business Journal, 32(6): 1-9.

Au, K., Chiang, F., Birtch, T., & Ding, Z. J. (2013). Incubating the next generation to venture: The case of a family business in Hong Kong. Asia Pacific Journal of Management, 30(3), 749-767.

Ahlstrom, D., Lamond, D., & Ding, Z. J. 2009. Reexamining some management lessons from military history. Asia Pacific Journal of Management, 26(4): 617-642.