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Tong, Tony Wenfeng Professor

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Research

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  • My research examines how firms organize their internal investments and external relationships to explore and respond to opportunities in the technological, geographic, and digital spaces. I study these questions at the confluence of strategy, innovation, and globalization, focusing on interorganizational relationships, multinational firms, patents & IPRs, and digital platforms.

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  • Strategic management, innovation, entrepreneurship, globalization, digitization, M&As, alliances, corporate venture capital, patents, intellectual property rights, multinational firms

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Teaching

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  • BPOL 7560 - Entrepreneurship, International Business and Technology Management
    Primary Instructor - Spring 2021
    Provides doctoral students with an understanding of strategic management and entrepreneurship theory, as applied to international business and technology management literatures. Additionally, students are exposed to research methods in the strategy and entrepreneurship arenas.
  • MBAC 6050 - Strategy
    Primary Instructor - Spring 2018 / Spring 2019 / Spring 2020 / Spring 2021
    Analyzes how firms can attain and sustain competitive advantage in today's competitive environment. Focuses on industry dynamics, competitive positioning, firm capabilities, and corporate innovation. Introduces a set of tools for assisting managers in solving complex, real-world business problems in strategy development. Integrates MBA learning in functional areas, and emphasizes the fit between competitive analysis and the role of management and organization.
  • MBAX 6846 - Global Strategy
    Primary Instructor - Spring 2021
    The ability to compete effectively globally is increasingly important for many firms. Topics such as globalization and the competitive environment; key differences in institutions around the globe and their implications; how firms can succeed internationally (e.g., different entry strategies, how to manage across country borders, the firm's broader responsibility in the global community) will be discussed.

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