Mrs Catherine Cai

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Yingdan (Catherine) Cai is a Senior Lecturer in Strategy and International Management and Programme Leader for BA(Hons) International Business and BA(Hons) International Business Management.

 

Catherine is active in research and teaching in the field of strategy and international business. Her teaching and research interests focus on emerging market multinational enterprises. She has previously presented in various academic conferences and doctoral consortiums such as Academy of International Business (AIB), European Academy of International Business (EIBA), Academy of Management (AOM) and European Academy of Management (EURAM). With the application of institutional economics and transaction costs in International Business, she attended the fourth Lindau Meeting in Economic Sciences, which is an opportunity for highly selected young economists to interact with 22 Nobel laureates in economic sciences.

 

Catherine has received various awards for her teaching and research. Her project "Practice-led teaching and learning for BA(Hons) International Business" has been highly commended for the Management Education Practice Award (Early Career) at British Academy of Management 2018 Annual Conference. She has also received exceptional contribution honorarium in 2019 from UWE Bristol in recognition of work on the BA International Business programme. 

 

For research, her paper "Does government stake influence cross-border deal completion? Evidence from Brazil" was finalists for CGIO Best Paper in International Corporate Governance in International Management Division in Academy of Management Annual Meeting 2014. An abridged version of the paper was published in Academy of Management Best Paper Proceedings. In addition, her dissertation proposal has won the Best COST Think Thank Proposal Award in the 1st COST–EIBA / EIASM Doctoral Think Tank on Emerging Markets and Their Corporate Players at EIBA 2010. 

Area of expertise

Emerging market multinationals, international business strategies, corporate governance, cross-border M&As

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