Key Province and Municipalities and Local Government Responses: The multi-level impact of BRI on firm performance and internationalization
presented by Associate Professor Artemis Chang
Since President Xi Jinping put forward the important initiatives of the silk road economic belt and the 21st century maritime silk road in 2013, China’s provinces have attached great importance to the construction of the “Belt and Road” Initiative (BRI) and regarded it as an important measure of all-round opening-up in the new era. However, in practice, the trade differences between Chinese provinces and their response to the on BRI are quite large. Using a mixed methods approach based on provinces responses and econometric models of listed firms, this paper discusses the difference of local government’s policy response to BRI and its impact on firms’ growth performance and internationalization. This paper contributes to our understanding of the interaction between local government responses to a central policy and regional microeconomics.
ABOUT THE SPEAKER
Artemis Chang is an Associate Professor at QUT Business School and the Principal Supervisor of the Australia Taiwanese Chamber of Commerce – Queensland Chapter. She earned her Doctoral Degree in Organisational Psychology from University of Queensland, and her dissertation “Time in Groups” won the APA social psychology dissertation award. Artemis has applied her temporal lenses to research in project leadership and immigrant entrepreneurship. Artemis is a first generation migrant from Taiwan and is currently researching Immigrant Entrepreneurship activities in Australia. In her capacity as the Principal Supervisor of the chamber, she actively supports the engagement of the migrant community and the engagement of the young immigrant entrepreneurs. She blogs about related research and teaching materials through her Facebook page ASPRO Chang’s Reflection
|Start Date:||24/04/2020 [add to calendar]|
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