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Inaugural MOR Research Frontiers Conference

1. Welcome Message from the MOR Chief Editor

2. Welcome Message from the HKUST President
3. Program Overview
4. Program Schedule
5. Biography of Keynote Spea
ker and Speech outline

6. Conference Committees

7. Local Arrangements Committee

8. Conveners and Panelists (by Panel)

9. List of Participants (by Last name)

10.Photos Download


Welcome Message from the MOR Chief Editor

Dear Colleagues,

Welcome to the Inaugural Management and Organization Review Research Frontiers Conference on the “Globalization of Knowledge Creation and Innovation in the Context of Emerging Economies.”

The overarching idea behind this conference is to create the exploration platform of MOR for discovering new research opportunities that could serve as the basis for future MOR Special Issues. We were very fortunate to create the conference program almost entirely from the proposals that were received in response to the call for proposals. The seven Plenary Panels, which make up the inaugural Research Frontiers Conference, were selected to facilitate explorations of a diverse set of themes that address many facets of the overall conference theme.

The conference design itself is an experiment. It departs from the traditional Q&A format. Collectively we are the brain trust to engage the issues raised by each plenary panel. The role of each Plenary Panel is to motivate and direct our attention to new research opportunities, and to build community by stimulating and engaging debate and unleashing vigorous exchanges among us. Hopefully, in the course of building community new research collaborations will be forged that will advance management research in the context of emerging economies.

I would like to take this opportunity to acknowledge and thank the Management Department of The Hong Kong University of Science and Technology for sponsoring and hosting this conference, to the HKUST Business School and The Institute for Emerging Market Studies for their co-sponsorship, to the local organizing committee, particularly Daphne Cheung, for their tireless efforts in making us welcome and creating the conditions for a successful and productive conference and to City University Department of Management for sponsoring and hosting the pre-conference Paper Development Workshop.

 

Arie Y. Lewin.

MOR Editor in Chief

Welcome Message from the HKUST President

Good afternoon, Professor Lin [Justin Lin], Professor Lewin [Arie Lewin], guests and my fellow colleagues,

It gives me great pleasure to welcome you all, and at the same time, inaugurate the Management and Organization Review (MOR) Research Frontiers Conference.

The conference, today and for the years to come, is set to be an exploration platform for management and organization scholars around the world to investigate and create new knowledge in the field. To give a broader perspective, business executives, policy-makers, social science and other non-business scholars are brought together with a view to stimulating a boundary-crossing conversation.

This conference also provides the basis for framing future issues of the MOR Journal - a well-established academic journal, which was born some ten years ago, with special reference to China and other emerging economies in the broad field of business and management studies.

It is a privilege for the HKUST Business School to host this maiden conference with the joint effort from the School’s Management Department and our Institute for Emerging Market Studies.

The core theme of today’s conference revolves around “Globalization of Knowledge Creation and Innovation in the Context of Emerging Economies”. It is an interesting theme that I am sure HKUST’s unique location and strength can add a significant, extra value.

With its excellent proximity to Mainland China and other emerging Asian economies, HKUST is well-positioned to continue its vigorous research culture and nurture more creative entrepreneurs. We hope to see more innovative business ideas, similar to those from for example Alibaba and Huawei in China, develop in the region.

It is our strong belief that closer international exchange and collaboration will enable us to learn from our peers and distinguished speakers worldwide.  To this end, I would like to thank Professor Justin Lin from Peking University for delivering a keynote speech for us shortly, Professor Lewin and his editorial team for choosing the HKUST Business School to be the host, and also the Dean of our Business School Professor Jitendra V Singh as well as the Head of its Management Department Professor JT Li for putting together this event.

In closing, may I wish you all a very successful conference. I hope its seven plenary sessions in the next few days can stretch your minds further in contributing to management and organization research globally and the long-term effectiveness of companies in emerging markets.

 

Professor Tony F. Chan

HKUST President


Program Overview

December 4, 2014

7/F, LSK Business Building, HKUST

5:00pm-7:00pm

Opening Keynote Address

 

Opening Panel: Globalization of Knowledge Creation and Innovation in the Context of Emerging Economies

7:00pm-9:00pm

Dinner Reception

December 5, 2014

7/F, LSK Business Building, HKUST

7:30am-8:30am

Breakfast

8:30am-10:30am

Plenary Panel 1: Prospects of China becoming a center for global-class technological innovation and entrepreneurship?

10:30am-11:00am

Break

11:00am-1:00pm

Plenary Panel 2:Innovation in Chinese Manufacturing ? Empirics and Models

1:00pm-2:00pm

Lunch

2:00pm-4:00pm

Plenary Panel 3:Beyond Individuals: A Chinese Contextual Perspective on Creativity

4:00pm-4:30pm

Break

4:30pm-6:30pm

Plenary Panel 4: What Innovation Policies Does China Need to Catch-up with the Most Advanced Countries in the World?

6:30pm-9:30pm

Harbor Cruise, include casual dinner (Optional)

December 6, 2014

7/F, LSK Business Building, HKUST

7:30am-8:30am

Breakfast

8:30am-10:30am

Plenary Panel 5:Role of Cultural Diversity in Creativity and Innovation in Developing Economies: A Multilevel Perspective

10:30am-11:00am

Break

11:00am-1:00pm

Plenary Panel 6:Polycontextual Perspectives: Nuanced Understanding Of Business Dynamics In Emerging Economies

1:00pm-2:00pm

Lunch

2:00pm-4:00pm

Plenary Panel 7:Comparative Perspectives from Developed and Developing Markets on Firm Innovation

4:00pm-6:30pm

Break

December 6, 2014

Crowne Plaza Hotel HK Kowloon East

6:00pm-9:30pm

Closing Gala Dinner


Retrospective Editor Panel


Next Steps Closing and Farewells


Program Schedule

December 4, 2014

7/F, LSK Business Building, HKUST

5:00pm-7:00pm

Opening Panel


Conference Theme: Globalization of Knowledge Creation and Innovation in the Context of Emerging Economies

Chair:

J.T. Li, Head & Chair Professor, Department of Management, The Hong Kong University of Science and Technology (HKUST)

Welcome remarks:

Tony F. Chan, President & Chair Professor, HKUST

Keynoteaddress:

Justin Yifu Lin, Honorary Dean & Professor, National School of Development, Peking University


New Structural Economics:

The Third Wave of Development Thinking

 

Abstract:

Development economists in post WWII emphasized structural change but attributed the lack thereof to market failures and proposed import substitution strategies. By the 1970s, the neoliberal Washington Consensus focused on government failures and advocated market liberalization. In the lecture, I will present the new structural economics as the third wave of development thinking and propose market as the basic institution for resource allocation and the state playing a facilitation role for structural change to achieve a country’s dynamic development.

Panel discussion:


Moderator:

Arie Y. Lewin, MOR Editor in Chief, Professor of Strategy and International Business, Duke University

Panel members:

Tony F. Chan, President & Chair Professor, HKUST


Justin Yifu Lin, Honorary Dean & Professor, National School of Development, Peking University


Jitendra V. Singh, Dean & Michael Jebsen Professor of Business, School of Business and Management, HKUST

7:00pm-9:00pm

Dinner Reception

 

 

Dec. 5, 2014

7/F, LSK Business Building, HKUST

7:30am-8:30am

Breakfast

8:30am-10:30am

Plenary Panel 1

 

Prospects of China becoming a center for global-class technological innovation and entrepreneurship?

Convener:

Martin Kenney, Professor, University of California, Davis & Senior Project Director, Berkeley Roundtable on the International Economy

Panelists:

John Mathews, Professor, Macquarie School of Management


China's role in the greening of capitalism: Driver, innovator, adapter?


Silvia Massini, Professor, University of Manchester


Emerging Trends in Global Sourcing of Innovation: Outsourcing, Knowledge Business Service Providers, and Unbundling of Innovation Work


Douglas B. Fuller, Professor, Zhejiang University


Politics in Command: Political Economy and China's Innovation Prospects


Lan Xue, Dean and Professor, Tsinghua University

 

China’s Prospects for Innovation

10:30am-11:00am

Break

11:00am-1:00pm

Plenary Panel 2


Innovation in Chinese Manufacturing ? Empirics and Models

Convener:

Gordon Walker, David B. Miller Professor of Business, Edwin L. Cox School of Business, Southern Methodist University Dallas TX

Panelists:

Frank (Fan) Xia, Associate Professor, ESC Rennes School of Business


Gordon Walker, David B. Miller Professor of Business, Edwin L. Cox School of Business, Southern Methodist University Dallas TX


Ownership of the Firm and New Product Introduction in Chinese Manufacturing, 1998-2007


Regional Entry by Private Firms in Chinese Manufacturing ? 1998-2007: Ownership, Privatization and Performance Trends


Sea-Jin Chang, Provost's Chair Professor, National University of Singapore


Whether and How Exporting Improves Firm Performance: A Quasi-Experimental Approach to Learning-by-Exporting

Panelists:

(continued)

Zhixi Wan, Assistant Professor, College of Business University of Illinois, Urbana-Champaign Champaign IL


Brian (Xun) Wu, Sanford R. Robertson Assistant Professor of Strategy, Ross School of Business University of Michigan at Ann Arbor MI


When Suppliers Climb the Value Chain: A Theory of Value Distribution in Vertical Relationships

1:00pm-2:00pm

Lunch

2:00pm-4:00pm

Plenary Panel 3


Beyond Individuals: A Chinese Contextual Perspective on Creativity

Co-Conveners:

Yaping Gong, Professor, The Hong Kong University of Science and Technology


Kwok Leung, Choh-Ming Li Professor of Management, Chinese University of Hong Kong

Panelists:

Jing Zhou, Houston Endowment Professor of Management and Psychology, Rice University


Have We Been Looking for Creativity in the Right Places? Toward Closing the Gap between What’s Happening in China and Creativity Research


Zhi-Xue Zhang, Professor, Guanghua School of Management, Peking University


The Barriers to Organizational Creativity for Chinese Firms


Miriam Erez, Professor, Technion - Israel Institute of Technology


The Interplay between Culture and Work Context in Shaping Creativity and Innovation


Lin Lu, Associate Professor, Shanghai Jiao Tong University
Fuli Li, Professor, Xi'an Jiaotong University


Is Cultural Diversity Always Beneficial to Team Creativity?

4:00pm-4:30pm

Break

4:30pm-6:30pm

Plenary Panel 4


What Innovation Policies Does China Need to Catch-up with the Most Advanced Countries in the World?

Convener:

J. Peter Murmann, Associate Professor, AGSM - UNSW Australia Business School

Panelists:

Keun Lee, Professor, National Seoul University


China's Technological Catch-up in a comparative perspective with focus on Korea-China comparison


Michael Witt, Professor, INSEAD   


Can China Emulate the Korean Path to Prosperity?

Panelists:

Can Huang, Professor, Zhejiang University

(continued)

The Entrepreneurial State in China: Theory, Practice and Open Questions


Kirsten Bound, Head of International Innovation, NESTA UK


Open questions that policy makers have about stimulating innovation in emerging economies

6:30pm-9:30pm

Harbor Cruise, include casual dinner (Optional)

December 6, 2014

7/F, LSK Business Building, HKUST

7:30am-8:30am

Breakfast

8:30am-10:30am

Plenary Panel 5



Role of Cultural Diversity in Creativity and Innovation in Developing Economies: A Multilevel Perspective

Co-Conveners:

Chi-yue Chiu, Dean of Social Science, Chinese University of Hong Kong


Ying-yi Hong, Canon Chair Professor, Nanyang Technological University

Panelists:

Letty Yan-Yee Kwan, Assistant Professor, Sun Yat-Sen University, China

 

Cross-National Differences in Eminent Creativity (Big-C) and Profound Innovation (Big-I): The Role of Institutions and Innovation Input


NamritaBendapudi, PhD Candidate, Nanyang Technological University


Diversity and Innovation across Cultures


ShyhnanLiou, Associate Professor, National Cheng-Kung University, Taiwan


Enhancing performance of integrative research projects: The case of National Science Council and Industrial Technology Institute in Taiwan


Angela Ka-Yee Leung, Associate Professor, Singapore Management University


Unpacking the multicultural experience -- creativity relationship


Chi-Ying Cheng, Assistant Professor, Singapore Management University


Influence of Bicultural Identity Integration on Creative Idea Generation and Selection

10:30am-11:00am

Break

11:00am-1:00pm

Plenary Panel 6


Polycontextual Perspectives: Nuanced Understanding Of Business Dynamics In Emerging Economies

Convener:

Mary Ann von Glinow, Knight Ridder Eminent Scholar Professor, Florida International University, Miami, Florida 

Panelists:

Claudia (Kaye) Bird Schoonhoven, Professor of Organization and Strategy, Merage School of Business, U.C Irvine, California.


Knowledge Creation in Emerging Economies: The Role of National Innovation Systems


Mary B. Teagarden, Professor of Global Strategy, Thunderbird School of Global Management


Substitutes for Institutions in response to Emerging Market Institutional Voids


Rosalie L. Tung, Ming and Stella Wong Professor of International Business, Simon Fraser University (Canada)


Cultural Contexts


Weidong Xia, Associate Professor of Management, Florida International University, Miami, Florida.


Influences of Evolving Multifaceted and Multileveled Institutional Policies on Firm Strategic Positioning in Emerging Market: The Case of Chinese IT Outsourcing Services Firms

1:00pm-2:00pm

Lunch

2:00pm-4:00pm

Plenary Panel 7:

 

Comparative Perspectives from Developed and Developing Markets on Firm Innovation

Convener:

Bilian Sullivan, Associate Professor, The Hong Kong University of Science and Technology

Commentator:

Sheen Levine, University of Texas at Dallas & Columbia University

Panelists:

John Child, Chair of Commerce, Birmingham Business School


How do SMEs from Developed and Developing Economies Innovate to Export?


Gordon Redding, Adjunct Professor, INSEAD


Societal innovativeness as a universally almost impossible escape route from the middle income trap: if China succeeds can it still be China?


Simon Collison, Dean, Birmingham Business School


(Re)Combination for Innovation: How Chinese firms and Western MNEs Collaborate to Innovate

4:00pm-6:30pm

Break

Dec 6, 2014

Crowne Plaza Hotel HK Kowloon East

6:00pm-9:30pm

Closing Gala Dinner



 

Retrospective Editor Panel

Moderator:

Martin Kenney, Professor, University of California, Davis & Senior Project Director, Berkeley Roundtable on the International Economy

 

 


Next Steps Closing and Farewells


Arie Y. Lewin, MOR Editor in Chief, Professor of Strategy and International Business, Duke University


Biography of Keynote Speaker and Speech Outline


Professor Justin Yifu Lin, Peking University

Mr. Lin is professor and honorary dean, National School of Development at Peking University. He is Vice Chairman of the All-China Federation of Industry and Commerce. He was the Senior Vice President and Chief Economist of the World Bank, 2008-2012. Prior to joining the Bank, Mr. Lin served for 15 years as Founding Director and Professor of the China Centre for Economic Research (CCER) at Peking University and is the author of 24 books including Against the Consensus: Reflections on the Great Recession, The Quest for Prosperity: How Developing Economies Can Take Off, New Structural Economics: A Framework for Rethinking Development and Policy, Demystifying the Chinese Economy, Benti and Changwu: Dialogues on Methodology in Economics, and Economic Development and Transition: Thought, Strategy, and Viability.

He is a member of the Standing Committee and Vice Chairman of Economic Council, Chinese People’s Political Consultation Conference; Counsellor of the State Council, Vice Chairman of Peking University Council. He served on several national and international committees, leading groups, and councils on development policy, technology, and environment including: Eminent Persons Council of the World Bank, International Food Policy Research Institute (IFPRI) Steering Committee, the UN Millennium Task Force on Hunger; the Eminent Persons Group of the Asian Development Bank; the National Committee on United States-China Relations; the Global Agenda Council on the International Monetary System; Reinventing Bretton Woods Committee; and the Hong Kong-U.S. Business Council. He received honorary doctoral degrees from UniversiteD’Auvergne, Fordham University, Nottingham University, City University of Hong Kong, London School of Economics, Hong Kong University of Science and Technology, University of British Columbia, Katholieke University Leuven, and is a Corresponding Fellow of the British Academy and a Fellow of the Academy of Sciences for Developing World.

Click here for the the speech outline.


Conference Committees

Program Committee

Professor Arie Y. Lewin

Professor

Duke University

 

 

Professor Kwok Leung

Choh-Ming Li Professor of Management

Chinese University of Hong Kong

 

 

Professor Albert Park

Professor

The Hong Kong University of Science and Technology

 

 

Professor Jin Chen

Professor

Tsinghua University

 

 

Professor Martin Kenney

Professor

University of California, Davis

 

 

Professor Silvia Massini

Professor

University of Manchester

 

 

Professor J. Peter Murmann

Associate Professor

AGSM - UNSW Australia Business School

 

 

Professor Bilian Sullivan

Associate Professor

The Hong Kong University of Science and Technology

 

 

Professor Michael Witt

Professor

INSEAD

 

 


Local Arrangements Committee

Main Conference

Professor J.T. Li

Chair Professor

The Hong Kong University of Science and Technology

 

 

Professor Albert Park

Professor

The Hong Kong University of Science and Technology

 

 

Professor Larry Farh

Chair Professor

The Hong Kong University of Science and Technology &

President International Association for Chinese Management Research

 

 

Professor Sam Garg

Assistant Professor

The Hong Kong University of Science and Technology

 

 

Professor Yaping Gong

Professor

The Hong Kong University of Science and Technology

 

 

Professor Bilian Sullivan

Associate Professor

The Hong Kong University of Science and Technology

 

 

Local Support Team: Daphne Cheung (Head), Becky Tsui

Pre-Conference Paper Development Workshop

Professor Arie Y. Lewin

Professor

Duke University

 

 

Professor Kwok Leung

Choh-Ming Li Professor of Management

Chinese University of Hong Kong

 

 

Professor Paul Hempel

Professor

City University of Hong Kong

 

 


Conveners and Panelists (by Panel)

Plenary Panel 1:   Prospects of China becoming a center for global-class technological innovation and entrepreneurship?

Professor Martin Kenney

Professor

University of California, Davis

 

 

Professor Silvia Massini

Professor

University of Manchester

 

 

Professor Douglas B. Fuller

Professor

Zhejiang University 

 

 

Professor Lan Xue

Dean and Professor

Tsinghua University

 

 

Professor John Mathews

Professor

Macquarie University

 

 

Plenary Panel 2:      Innovation in Chinese Manufacturing ? Empirics and Models

Professor Gordon Walker

David B. Miller Professor of Business

Southern Methodist University

 

 

Professor Frank (Fan) Xia

Associate Professor

ESC Rennes School of Business

 

 

Professor Sea-Jin Chang

Provost’s Chair Professor

National University of Singapore

 

 

Professor Zhixi Wan

Assistant Professor

University of Illinois, Urbana-Champaign

 

 

Professor Brian (Xun) Wu

Sanford R. Robertson Assistant Professor of Strategy

University of Michigan at Ann Arbor

 

 

Plenary Panel 3: Beyond Individuals: A Chinese Contextual Perspective on Creativity

Professor Yaping Gong

Professor

The Hong Kong University of Science and Technology

 

 

Professor Kwok Leung

Choh-Ming Li Professor of Management

Chinese University of Hong Kong

 

 

Professor Jing Zhou

Houston Endowment Professor of Management and Psychology

Rice University

 

 

Professor Zhi-Xue Zhang

Professor

Peking University

 

 

Professor Miriam Erez

Professor

Technion ? Israel Institute of Technology

 

 

Professor Lin Lu

Associate Professor

Shanghai Jiao Tong University

 

 

Professor Fuli Li

Professor

Xi’an Jiaotong University

Plenary Panel 4: What Innovation Policies Does China Need to Catch-up with the Most Advanced Countries in the World?

Professor Johann Peter Murmann

Associate Professor

AGSM - UNSW Australia Business School

 

 

Professor Keun Lee

Professor

National Seoul University

 

 

Professor Michael Witt

Professor

INSEAD

 

 

Professor Can Huang

Professor

Zhejiang University

 

 

Ms Kirsten Bound

Head of International Innovation

NESTA UK

 

 

Plenary Panel 5: Role of Cultural Diversity in Creativity and Innovation in Developing Economies: A Multilevel Perspective

Professor Chi-yue Chiu

Dean of Social Science

Chinese University of Hong Kong

 

 

Professor Ying-yi Hong

Canon Chair Professor

Nanyang Technological University

 

 

Professor Letty Yan-Yee Kwan

Assistant Professor

Sun Yat-Sen University

 

 

Ms Namrita Bendapudi

PhD Candidate

Nanyang Technological University

 

 

Professor Shyhnan Liou

Associate Professor

National Cheng-Kung University

 

 

Professor Angela Ka-Yee Leung

Associate Professor

Singapore Management University, Singapore

 

 

Professor Chi-Ying Cheng

Assistant Professor

Singapore Management University

Plenary Panel 6: Polycontextual Perspectives: Nuanced Understanding Of Business Dynamics In Emerging Economies

Professor Mary Ann von Glinow

Knight Ridder Eminent Scholar Professor

Florida International University 

 

 

Professor Claudia (Kaye) Bird Schoonhoven

Professor of Organization and Strategy

University of California, Irvine

 

 

Professor Mary B. Teagarden

Professor of Global Strategy

Thunderbird School of Global Management

 

 

Professor Rosalie L.Tung

Ming and Stella Wong Professor of International Business

Simon Fraser University

 

 

Professor Weidong Xia

Associate Professor

Florida International University

 

 

Plenary Panel 7: Comparative Perspectives from Developed and Developing Markets on Firm Innovation

Professor Bilian Sullivan

Associate Professor

The Hong Kong University of Science and Technology

 

 

Professor Sheen Levine

University of Texas at Dallas & Columbia University

 

 

Professor John Child

Chair of Commerce

Birmingham Business School

 

 

 

Professor Gordon Redding

Adjunct Professor

INSEAD

 

 

 

Professor Simon Collison

Dean

Birmingham Business School

 



List of Participants (by Last name)

Last Namee

First Name

Affiliation

Bai

Xinwen

Chinese Academy of Sciences

Bendapudi

Namrita

Nanyang Technological University, Singapore

Bound

Kirsten

NESTA UK

Chang

Sea-Jin

National University of Singapore

Cheng

Chi-Ying

Singapore Management University

Child

John

Birmingham Business School

Chiu

Chi-yue

Chinese University of Hong Kong

Collison

Simon

Birmingham Business School

Eesley

Chuck

Stanford University

Erez

Miriam

Technion - Israel Institute of Technology

Farh

Larry

The Hong Kong University of Science and Technology

Fuller

Douglas B.

Zhejiang University

Garg

Sam

The Hong Kong University of Science and Technology

Gong

Yaping

The Hong Kong University of Science and Technology

Hong

Jacky F.L.

University of Macau

Hong

Ying-yi

Nanyang Technological University

Huang

Can

Zhejiang University

Hutzschenreuter

Thomas

WHU - Otto Beisheim School of Management

Kenney

Martin

University of California, Davis

Kwan

Letty Yan-Yee

Sun Yat-Sen University

Lee

Keun

National Seoul University

Leung

Angela Ka-Yee

Singapore Management University

Leung

Kwok

The Chinese University of Hong Kong

Levine

Sheen

University of Texas at Dallas &Columbia University

Lewin

Arie

Duke University

Li

Fuli

Xi’an Jiaotong University

Li

JT

The Hong Kong University of Science and Technology

Liou

Shyhnan

National Cheng-Kung University

Long

Jing

Nanjing University

Lu

Lin

Shanghai Jiao Tong University

Marquis

Chris

Harvard Business School

Massini

Silvia

University of Manchester

Mathews

John

Macquarie University

Murmann

Johann Peter

UNSW Australia Business School

Park

Albert

The Hong Kong University of Science and Technology

Redding

Gordon

INSEAD

Schoonhoven

Claudia

University of California, Irvine

Shu

Ei (Emily)

Kyushu University

Snell

Robin

Lingnan University

Sullivan

Bilian

The Hong Kong University of Science and Technology

Teagarden

Mary B.

Thunderbird School of Global Management

Tung

Rosalie L.

Simon Fraser University

von Glinow

Mary Ann

Florida International University

Walker

Gordon

Southern Methodist University

Witt

Michael

INSEAD

Wu

Brian (Xun)

University of Michigan at Ann Arbor

Wu

Jie

University of Macau

Wu

Yuanyuan

University of Windsor

Xia

Frank (Fan)

ESC Rennes School of Business

Xia

Weidong

Florida International University

Xue

Lan

Tsinghua University

Zhan

Siran

Nanyang Technological University

Zhang

Shuyi

Shanghai Finance University

Zhang

Wei

Tsinghua University

Zhang

Ying

Erasmus University

Zhang

Zhi-Xue

Peking University

Zhou

Jing

Rice University


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