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Area(s) of Expertise
2012 Shipilov, Andrew V., Li, Stan X. & Han, Jung Yun (2012). Supplier Referrals and Closure of Embedded Multiplex Triads. OMT Division Best Paper Award Nominee. Academy of Management Conference, Boston.
2008 Yao, X., Li, S. X., Sue-Chan, C., & Xi, Y. (2008). Structural replacement or structural inducement: Government ties of Chinese business executives. Best Paper (Macro Track) 2nd Runner-up, International Association for Chinese Management Research Conference, Guangzhou, China
2003 Petro-Canada Young Innovator Award ($15,000 Canadian funds)
1996-2000 The Open Fellowship, University of Toronto, Canada
Li, X, Stan (2014), Editors’ Introduction: Relational Pluralism Within and Between Organizations,” Academy of Management Journal. (with Gulati, Ranjay, Kilduff, Martin, Shipilov, Andrew and Tsai, Wenpin)
Wang, L., Madhok, A. and Xiao Li, S. (2014), Agglomeration and clustering over the industry life cycle: Toward a dynamic model of geographic concentration. Strat. Mgmt. J., 35: 995–1012.
Shipilov, Andrew & Li, Stan X. (2012). The missing link: The effect of customers on the formation of relationships among producers in the multiplex triads. Organization Science. 23(2):472-491.
Shipilov, A. V., Li, S. X., & Greve, H. R. (2011). The prince and the pauper: Search and brokerage in the initiation of status-heterophilous ties. Organization Science. 22(6): 1418-1434.
Li, Stan X., Yao, Xiaotao, Sue-Chan, Christina & Xi, Youmin (2011). “Where do social ties come from? Institutional framework and governmental tie distribution among Chinese managers” Management and Organization. 7(1): 97-124.
Greenwood, R., Diaz, A. M., Li, S. X., & Lorente, J. C. (2010). The multiplicity of institutional logics and the heterogeneity of organizational responses. Organization Science. 21(2): 521-539.
Shipilov, Andrew and Li, Stan X. (2014). Towards the relational multiplexity perspective on inter-firm networks. Research in the Sociology of Organizations, Volume 40, pp. 95-110. Volume title: Contemporary Perspectives on Organizational Social Networks. Guest edited by: Daniel J. Brass, Giuseppe (Joe) Labianca, Ajay Mehra, Daniel S. Halgin and Stephen P. Borgatti. Emerald.
Project Title Role Award Amount Year Awarded Granting Agency Project Title RolePrincipal Investigator Award Amount$0.00 Year Awarded2013- 2014, 2011-2012, 2007-2008 Granting AgencySchulich School of Business, York University - Schulich Fellowship in Research Achievement Project TitleTie transfer in the US investment banking industry RolePrincipal Investigator Award Amount$79,000.00 Year Awarded2009 Granting AgencySocial Sciences and Humanities Research Council - Research Grant Project TitleLegitimation in the Motion Picture Industry RolePrincipal Investigator Award Amount$116,000.00 Year Awarded2004 Granting AgencySocial Sciences and Humanities Research Council - Research Grant Project Title RolePrincipal Investigator Award Amount$12,000.00 Year Awarded2003-2004 Granting AgencyCanadian Utilities - Research Fellowship Project Title RolePrincipal Investigator Award Amount$12,000.00 Year Awarded2002-2003 Granting AgencySouthham/Edmonton Journal - Research Fellowship Project TitleUnderstanding competition in the new economy—A network economy (with Timothy Rowley) RoleCollaborator Award Amount$100,000.00 Year Awarded2002 Granting AgencySocial Sciences and Humanities Research Council - Research Grant Project TitleGender differences in the financing of ventures in the Canadian New Economy: A social networks perspective (with Jennifer Cliff and Royston Greenwood) RoleCollaborator Award Amount$120,000.00 Year Awarded2002 Granting AgencySocial Sciences and Humanities Research Council - Research Grant Project Title RolePrincipal Investigator Award Amount$12,000.00 Year Awarded2001-2002 Granting AgencySouthham/Edmonton Journal - Research Fellowship