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Ni Gao is an assistant professor at KEDGE Business School, teaching courses at both the Bachelor and Master levels, including International Business Environment and Strategy, From Sustainable Development to Corporate Social Responsibility, International Business and Geostrategy, Leadership and change management, among others. She completed her PhD in Science and Management at the Université de Pau (France) and focused her doctoral dissertation on the Strategies and Organisation of Chinese Enterprises in Europe, with a specific emphasis on the investment strategies of Chinese multinational enterprises  in France and their internationalization strategies.

    Recent publications
    Publication Year of publication Type of publication
    GAO, N., "L'incroyable rattrapage chinois: une menace pour les États-Unis" in ECONOMIE Term STMG - Editions Nathan Technique., Nathan Ed., Editions Nathan, vol. 167638, chap. 8, pp. 125-126, 2022 2022 Book chapter
    GAO, N., J.SCHAAPER, "How do Chinese Multinational Companies Coordinate and exert Control over Foreign Subsidiaries ? The case of Chinese Subsidiaries in France", Journal Global Policy and Governance, Winter 2019, vol. 8, pp. 7-26 2019 Journal article
    GAO, N., J. SCHAAPER, "Chinese Foreign Direct Investment in France: Motivations and Management Style", Management International Review (Gabler), 2018, vol. 22, no. Numéro spécial, pp. 113-129 2018 Journal article
    GAO, N., "Chinese companies Go Global The case of Chinese investments in France" in China's Global Political Economy: Managerial Perspectives., Ed., Routledge, chap. 7, pp. 127-148, 2018 2018 Book chapter
    GAO, N., "Control and Coordination of Chinese Subsidiaries in France" in Asian Nations and Multinationals., Ed., Springer International Publishing, chap. 3, pp. 29-45, 2018 2018 Book chapter
    Teaching domains


    Human Resources Management


    Research domains

    Strategic Management


    Developing Countries

    Cross-Cultural Management


    Human Resource Management


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