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Associate Professor Laubie Li 

Position: Associate Professor Associate Professor Laubie Li
Division/Portfolio: University of South Australia Business School
School/Unit: International Graduate School Of Business
Campus: City West Campus
Email: Laubie_dot_Li_at_unisa_dot_edu_dot_au
URL for Business Card: http://people.unisa.edu.au/Laubie.Li

Laubie is Associate Professor of Management. He also serves as Executive Director, MBA Programs, responsible for the strategic direction and coordination of all MBA programs in the International Graduate School of Management.

Prior to joining IGSM, he was Associate Dean (Academic) at the Adelaide Graduate School of Business, University of Adelaide.

Laubie worked as a senior executives in Hong Kong before entering the academia.

Teaching interests

  • Managing Business in the Asia-Pacific
  • International Business
  • Organisational Behaviour
  • Management in Infocomm Firms

Professional associations

Editorial Board, Academic of Management Teaching & Learning Journal

Academy of Management

Academy of International Business


Bachelor of Social Sciences (Honours), The Chinese University of Hong Kong

Master of Educational Administration, Centre for Administrative Studies, University of New England.

Doctor of Philosophy, University of New South Wales

Research interests

  • Strategic congruence during the internationalisation process of firms.
  • Comparative Management

Research publications

Sudharatna, Y. and Li, L. (2003), “An Organization's Readiness To Change Towards the Development of A Learning Organizaiton”, Paper presented at the 5th International Conference on Organisational Learning and Knowledge, Lancaster, U.K., 30 May – 2 June 2003.

Sudharatna, Y. and Li, Li, (2002), “Management Practices as Determenants Of Learning Organization Attributes: A Thai Agenda”, Paper to be presented at the Asian Academy of Management Conference, Bangkok, Thailand, December 2002.

Li, L. (1998)“Strategies and Strategic Fit: Observations from Indigenous International Firms in the Asia-Pacific”, paper to be presented at the International Conference on Globalisation, The International Firm, and Emerging Economies held in conjunction with the 1998 Annual Meeting of CIMaR (Consortium of International Marketing Research) in Cesme (Izmir), Turkey, 27 May - 1 June 1998.

Li, Li (1999), “The Construction and Destruction of an Integrated Framework of the Internationalisation Process: The Case of a Hong Kong-Based Firm”, paper presented at The Academy Of International Business AIBNE Regional Meeting, June 4 & 5, 1999, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, U. S. A.

Li, L. (1998)“The older worker in Asia: Balancing the yin and the yang” (book chapter), in Patrickson, M. and Hartmann, L. (eds.), Managing an Ageing Workforce, Warriewood, N. S. W., Business & Professional Publishing, 1998.(ISBN 1 875680497)

Expertise for Media Contact

I am able to provide media comment in the following areas of expertise:

Discipline: International Business with an Asia-Pacific focus

Research Degree Supervisor

International Business

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