Hanna Hua Fang Liu is an Assistant Professor in Entrepreneurship at Baruch College, City University of New York. She received her PhD in Business Economics from Queen’s University. She also holds a PhD in Strategic Management from Xi’an Jiao Tong University and a MSc in Business Economics from Queen’s University. Before joining Baruch College, Dr. Liu was an Assistant Professor at Kean University and Brandon University, where she taught courses in corporate finance, managerial economics, and strategy and business policy. Her research primarily focuses on understanding how product market competition, regulatory policy, and strategic human resources affect firms’ incentives to innovate and license, as well as their engagement in corporate social responsibilities activities. Her work has been published in Management Science, Asian Pacific Journal of Management, and Chinese Journal of Management.
Bettignies (de), J-E, Liu, H.F., Robinson, D.T. & Gainullin, B. 2022. Competition and Innovation in Markets for Technology. Management Science, Nov. 2022.
Yang, J., Liu, H.F., Gao, S., & Li, Y. 2012. Technological Innovation of Firms in China: Past, Present, and Future. Asian Pacific Journal of Management, 29: 819 – 840.
Liu, H.F. and Yang, J. 2013. Heterogeneous Shareholdings, Managerial Compensation, and Innovation Performance. Chinese Journal of Management, 79 – 86.
Liu, H.F. and Yang, J. 2014. Large Stockholders’ Involvement, Strategic Consensus, and Radical Innovation. Chinese Journal of Management, 7 – 15.
Faculty Seed Grant Award, Kean University, 2022
Antiracism and Social Justice Grant Award, Kean University, 2022
PhD Research Excellence Award, Queen’s University, 2018