Associate, Strategy & International Business group, Judge Business School, University of Cambridge
Vincent Xiaoguang Qi is an associate of the Strategy & International Business group in the Judge Business School at Cambridge University, as well as a Lifelong Member of Wolfson College. He also holds a Marcel Mauss Chair Distinguished Professorship in China.
His research interests: 1) Sustainability. Indigenous community. Society. 2) Sustainable shipping and supply chain. Value chain. 3) Strategic management and international business. 4) Sustainable Entrepreneurship & Innovation. 5) Sustainable development in tourism, creative or cultural sector. 6) Economic anthropology. Business anthropology. Reciprocity. Gift. Trust. Business ethnography and research methods.
Professor Qi is a Fellow of the Royal Anthropological Institute, a member of the Academy of Management (AOM), and a member of the Academy of International Business (AIB). Professor Qi held visiting positions in Peking University, Tsinghua University and Cornell University. Professor Qi also actively contributes his expertise on strategic internationalisation and sustainable international business, as well as sustainable entrepreneurship with a social approach to several industrial sectors. Prior to these services, Professor Qi held various positions in Fortune 500 companies, or international organization.
Professor Qi earned his PhD through a collaborative PhD programme between University College London (UCL) with a UCL Research Award and Minzu University of China with a full scholarship. He also gained an MBA degree through the Executive MBA Programme, awarded by the University of Cambridge.