The role of environmental policies, corporate governance, and knowledge structure on corporate environmental technological innovation: Evidence from China
This project aims to explore and identify the specific role of environmental policies, corporate governance, and knowledge structure in promoting corporate environmental technological innovation. More specifically, it addresses three research questions:
1. How do environmental subsidies and fines affect corporate environmental technological innovation？
2. How does the board of directors affect corporate environmental technological innovation？
3. How does the enterprise's existing technology and knowledge structure affect corporate environmental technological innovation?
1st Supervisor: Prof. Lutao Ning
2nd Supervisor: Dr. Axel Rossberg
I am currently a first year PhD student. I received MRES in International Business from Queen Mary University of London and have a bachelor’s degree in accounting from Nankai University in China.
International Business, Innovation and Corporate Governance
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Guo, R., Mu, S., & Ning, L. (2021). FDI Knowledge Spillovers and Chinese Local Firms Technological Upgrading: The Role of Returnees. In Academy of Management Proceedings (Vol. 2021, No. 1, p. 11003). Briarcliff Manor, NY 10510: Academy of Management.