associate professor - management and organization department
Ph.D., Texas A&M University
M.S., Fudan University
B.S., Nankai University
Professor Tieying Yu’s research focuses on understanding the antecedents and outcomes of competitive interaction between multimarket competitors, especially in an international realm. Her scholarly work has been published or is forthcoming in journals such as the Academy of Management Journal, the Academy of Management Review, Journal of International Business Studies and Journal of Management. She received the Temple/AIB Best Paper Award from the Academy of International Business in 2009 and the Douglas Nigh Award for interdisciplinary research from the Academy of Management’s International Management Division in 2005. Her dissertation was a finalist for the Richard N. Farmer Award for Best Dissertation at the Academy of International Business.
She served on the editorial board of the Academy of Management Review and won an Academy of Management Review Best Reviewer Award in 2009. Prior to getting her Ph.D., she worked in the banking industry in China.
At the Carroll School Professor Yu currently teaches the M.B.A. core courses Introduction to Strategic Management and Strategic Management.
- Gao, H., Yu, T., & Cannella, A. 2015. “Understanding Word Responses in Competitive Dynamics.” Conditional Acceptance at Academy of Management Review.
- Yu, T., Subramaniam, M., & Cannella, A. 2013. Competing Globally, Allying Locally: Alliances between Global Rivals and Host Country Factors. Journal of International Business Studies, 44(2): 117-137.
- Yu, T., & Cannella, A. 2013. A Comprehensive Review of Multimarket Competition Research. Journal of Management, 39 (1): 76-109.
- Yu, T., Subramaniam, M., & Cannella, A. 2009. Rivalry Deterrence in International Markets: Contingencies Governing the Mutual Forbearance Hypothesis. Academy of Management Journal, 52(1): 127-147.
- Yu, T., Sengul, M., & Lester, R. H. 2008. Misery Loves Company: The Spread of Negative Impacts Resulting from an Organizational Crisis. Academy of Management Review, 33(2): 452-472.
- Yu, T., & Cannella, A. 2007. Rivalry between Multinational Enterprises: An Event History Approach. Academy of Management Journal, 50(3): 663-684.