Ji Weiwei is an Adjunct Fellow at the Charhar Institute in Beijing. He is Associate Professor at the School of International Studies and Academy of Overseas Chinese Studies at Jinan University in Guangzhou, Guangdong. His research is majorly focusing on China-Japan relations, comparative politics, and overseas Chinese studies. He graduated from Ritsumeikan University, Japan.
Exploring Cross-cultural Competence in East Asia（2013）Palgrave Macmillan
Who’s in Charge? An Empirical Investigation of Executive Staffing Polices in Overseas Chinese Firms based in Japan”, 2010, Ritsumeikan Business Review, 49 (2), 143-157.
“Working towards Hybrid Solutions: About the Possibility of an IHRM model in Japan”, 2011, Ritsumeikan Business Journal, 5 (5), 99-118, (Schlunze, R.及Hyttel-Srensen，J co-editor)
“Co-leadership Success by Mutual Acculturation”, 2012, with Schlunze, R., Ritsumeikan Business Journal, 6, 1-16, (Schlunze, R. co-editor)
“Locational Preferences of Foreign Managers in China: A Comparative Analysis”, 2012, Ritsumeikan Business Review, 51(4), 69-81.
“Cross-cultural adjustment and synergy creation of foreign managers in China: an empirical study”, 2013, International Journal of Business and Management, 8(2), 1-9.
Participations in Academic Conference
2012/6 International Association for Chinese Management Research (IACMR), Annual Meeting: The Influence of Internal and External Network for Chinese Entrepreneurs in Japan (held in Hong Kong, China)
2012/11 Euro-Asia Management Studies Association (EAMSA), Annual Meeting A Comparative Analysis of Expatriates in China and Synergy Creation (held in Singapore)
2011/11 Euro-Asia Management Studies Association (EAMSA), Annual Meeting Co-leadership success – An Actor-centered Approach (held in Sweden • Gothenburg)
2011/11 Euro-Asia Management Studies Association (EAMSA), Annual Meeting Internationalization of Enterprises from Emerging Market: A Network Perspective on Chinese Businesses in Japan (held in Sweden • Gothenburg)
2012/2 Association of American Geographers (AAG), Annual Meeting Locational Preferences and Network Behavior of Cross- Border Managers in China: An Actor Centered Approach (held in New York, the USA)
2011/4 Association of American Geographers (AAG), Annual Meeting Spatial Dynamic of Chinese Firms in Japanese Metropolitan Regions (held in Seattle, the USA)
2011/7 The 3rd Global Conference on Economic Geography Overseas Chinese Firms in Japan: Local Networks and Extra-Network Linkages (held in Seoul, South Korea)
2012/11 Asian Business and Management Conference New Concepts and Strategy for Advanced Leadership in Asia (held in Osaka, Japan)
2013/8 （IGU Regional Conferences Kyoto 2013）Exploring Boundary Spanners’ Cross-cultural Competences: An Asian-perspective on the Global City (held in Kyoto, Japan)