| Sali Li is Professor and Distinguished Research Fellow at the Sonoco International Business Department at the Darla Moore School of Business. His research interests include multinational strategy, market entry, user demand side perspective, and international entrepreneurship, with particular focus on emerging economies. His research was awarded the Rugman Prize by the Academy of International Business and the GWU-CIBER Best Paper Award on Emerging Markets at Academy of Management. In addition, Professor Li's research has been published in leading scholarly journals, including the Journal of Management, Academy of Management Review, Strategic Management Journal, Journal of International Business Studies, Organization Science, and Harvard Business Review. In addition, he also serves as associate editor of Journal of Management and Journal of World Business.
Noman Shaher is lecturer in International Business Discipline at the University of Sydney. His recent research on digital internationalization appears in Journal of International Business Studies, Journal of Business Venturing and Harvard Business Review, among others. He has received several prestigious awards including the Lazardis award for the Journal of Business Venturing’s Best Paper, AIB /Temple Best Paper Award, Buckley & Casson Dissertation Award, AOM International Management Division Best Dissertation Award and Alan M. Rugman Most Promising Scholar Award.
Liang Chen is associate Professor of Strategic Management at the University of Melbourne, Australia. His recent research on platform ecosystems and digital strategy appears in Strategic Management Journal, Journal of Management, Journal of International Business Studies, and Harvard Business Review. He is a winner of the AOM IMD FIU Emerging Scholar Award, and a finalist of the AIB Alan M. Rugman Most Promising Scholar Award. Liang is a JIBS editorial board member and Best Reviewer, Senior Editor at International Business Review and at Management and Organization Review, and Consulting Editor at Journal of International Management.