Tao HAN

Assistant Professor

Ph.D. in Management

Strategy & business models

Research topics

1. Location choice in firms' international strategy

2. Corporate governance of multinationals

3. Strategic information disclosure and corporate communication

4. Interorganizational imitation

Prices and awards

Outstanding Reviewer Award
2018
STR Division of the Academy of Management Annual Meeting
Best Reviewer Award
2018
IM Division of the Academy of Management Annual Meeting
Erasmus+ Staff Training/Teaching Scholarship
2016 - 2017
Tilburg University

Associations

  • Strategic Management Society
  • Academy of International Business

Communications & Seminars

  • Han, T., & Martin, X. “Explaining Host Country Choice through Variable Risk
  • Preference: Chinese FDI Abroad, 2004–2013.” Academy of International Business, Copenhagen, June 2019
  • Han, T., & Martin, X. “Board Governance as a Moderator of the Intangibles-
  • Performance Relationship in Acquisitive FDI.” Academy of International Business, Copenhagen, June 2019
  • Han, T., & Martin, X. “An agency perspective on internationalization theory: How board effectiveness moderates the relationship between intangibles and performance of foreign direct investments.” Wharton Corporate Strategy and Innovation Conference, Philadelphia, December 2018
  • Han, T., & Martin, X. “A managerial perspective on internalization theory: Management ability, board effectiveness and FDI performance.” Strategic Management Society Annual Conference, Paris, September 2018
  • Han, T., & Martin, X. “A managerial perspective on internalization theory: Management ability, board effectiveness and FDI performance.” Academy of Management Annual Meeting, Chicago, August 2018
  • Han, T., & Martin, X. “Foreign location choice: A risk perspective.” Academy of Management Annual Meeting, Atlanta, August 2017
  • Han, T., & Martin, X. “Performance feedback, slack, and imitation in foreign location choice.” Strategic Management Society Special Conference, Hong Kong, December 2016