Dr. Xiaoli Yin is an associate professor of Strategic Management at Baruch College, where she teaches strategic management at MBA and undergraduate levels. Dr. Yin’s research focuses on the antecedents and strategic outcomes of alternative governance choices, such as mergers and acquisitions versus strategic alliances, as well as how a firm’s strategic choices may be constrained by its social network of external contacts and the overall institutional environment. She has published at top-tier journals, including the Academy of Management Review, Strategic Management Journal, and Organization Science.
Mina Lee, Xiaoli Yin, Seunghyun Lee, David H.Weng, Michael W. Peng. 2015. “The Impact of Home Country Institutions on New Venture Export: Examining New Ventures in Transition Economies.” International Entrepreneurship and Management Journal, 11(4), 823-848.
Xiaoli Yin, Jiangfeng Wu, and Wenpin Tsai. 2012. “When Unconnected Others Connect: Does Degree of Brokerage Persist after the Formation of a Multipartner Alliance?” Organization Science, 23(6), 1682-1699.
Xiaoli Yin and Mark Shanley. 2010. “Governance Structure and Organisational Learning in Franchising”. International Journal of Strategic Change Management, 2(4), 298-311.
Xiaoli Yin and Mark Shanley. 2008. “Industry Determinants of the ‘Merger versus Alliance’ Decision”. Academy of Management Review, 33(2), 473-491.
Arnold C. Cooper and Xiaoli Yin. 2006. “Entrepreneurship in Developing Countries.” Arnold Cooper, Sharon Alvarez, Alejandro Carrera, Luiz Mesquita, and Roberto Vassolo (eds.), Entrepreneurial Strategies: New Technologies in Emerging Markets, Malden, MA: Blackwell Publishers Inc.: 73-94.
Arnold C. Cooper and Xiaoli Yin. 2005. “Entrepreneurial Networks.” Michael Hitt and Duane Ireland (eds.), The Blackwell Encyclopedia of Management: Entrepreneurship, Malden, MA: Blackwell Publishers Inc.: 98-100.
Xiaoli Yin and Edward J. Zajac. 2004. “The Strategy/Governance Structure Fit Relationship: Theory and Evidence in Franchising Arrangements.” Strategic Management Journal, 25(4): 365-383.
Eugene Lang Research Award, Baruch–CUNY, 2012
PSC-CUNY Research Grant 2008, 2009, 2011, 2012, 2013, 2014, 2015, 2017
Faculty Scholarship and Creative Achievement Award 2009, 2011
National Science Foundation of China – NSFC Grant 2005-2008
Center for E-Business Education and Research (CEER) Faculty Research Grant, Purdue University, 2003
CIBER Faculty Awards for International Travel, Purdue University, 2002
Faculty Teaching Award for Capstone Undergraduate Strategy Course, Purdue University, 2003
Dissertation Year Fellowship, Northwestern University, 1999-2000
University Scholar, Northwestern University, 1994-1995, 1996-1997
University Fellowship, Northwestern University, 1993-1994