Zhou, Shihao



Zhou, Shihao

Tel: 025-83593387    

E-mail: zhoush@nju.edu.cn       

Assistant Professor, Department of Marketing and E-commerce       

Shihao Zhou is an assistant professor in the Department of E-Commerce, School of Business at Nanjing University. He received his Ph.D. in management from Virginia Tech. His research interests focus on digital innovation, corporate R&D, and information technology strategy. He has published in the Journal of Management Information Systems, International Journal of Human Resource Management, and Journal of Knowledge Management and presented his research at the annual meetings of the Academy of Management and the Strategic Management Society.   


Research Fields         

1. Digital innovation   

2. Corporate R&D    

3. Information technology strategy    



  • Zhou, S., Qiao, Z., Du, Q., Wang, G., Fan, W., & Yan, X. (2018). “Measuring Customer Agility from Online Reviews Using Big Data Text Analytics.” Journal of Management Information Systems, 35 (2): 510–539   

  • Yang, J., Huang, Y., & Zhou, S. (forthcoming). “Emotional labor directed at leaders: The differential effects of surface and deep acting on LMX.” International Journal of Human Resource Management.    

  • Li, P. & Zhou, S (2017). Bricolage: A Unique Approach to Innovation. Tsinghua Management Review (清华管理评论). (July), 74-80.  (in Chinese)   

  • Zhou, S. & Li, P (2017). Ambidextrous Bricolage. Business Review (商业评论). (April), 98-113. (in Chinese)     

  • Zhou, S, Siu, F., & Wang, M. H.  (2010). “Effects of Social Tie Content on Knowledge Transfer.”  Journal of Knowledge Management. 14(3): 449-463.   

Book chapter    

  • Zhou, S., Li, P., & Yang, Z. (forthcoming).  Realizing Stretch Goals via Exploratory Bricolage: The Case of Chinese Entrepreneurial Firms. In “The Institutional Foundations of Innovation: China’s Quest for Innovation with Chinese Characteristics”, S-P. Dai & M. Taube (Eds.), Routledge.   

  • Li, P., & Zhou, S., & Yang, Z. (forthcoming). The Puzzle of Underdog’s Victory: How Chinese Firms Achieve Stretch Goals Through Exploratory Bricolage. In “Handbook of Innovation in China”, X-L Fu, J. Chen & B. McKern (Eds.), Oxford University Press.