Lori Qingyuan, Yue
Management and Organization
USC-Marshall School of Business
Los Angeles, CA 90089-0808
Lori Qingyuan Yue is Associate Professor of Management and Organization at USC-Marshall School of Business. She has published widely on businesses' collective action strategies, examining how businesses mobilize to organize collective action and how businesses deal with social movement protests in the market. Her research covers topics including business and community relationship, elite mobilization, network evolution, and industry self-regulation. Her recent research expands to investigate market dynamics and regulation of the emerging new economy. Lori has received numerous research awards including the Marshall School’s Dean’s Award for Research Excellence. Lori is a consulting editor of the American Journal of Sociology, and has served in the editorial boards of Administrative Science Quarterly and Organization Science. She chairs the Research Committee of the Organization and Management Theory (OMT) Division of the Academy of Management. Lori is also a popular teacher, and she is a two-time recipient of the Dean's Congratulation for excellence in teaching.
Lori grew up in a small city in the Anhui
province of China. She obtained her B.A. in economics from Renmin
University at Beijing and her M.A. in economics and management
from Peking University. Upon obtaining her Ph.D. in management
from the Graduate School of Business at Columbia University, she
joined the USC Marshall School of Business. Lori is married and
has two sons.