Min Li is a Senior Lecturer at the Wisconsin School of Business. She received her PhD degree in Management from the Fuqua School of Business, Duke University. Her current research focuses on cross-cultural management with an emphasis on negotiation, knowledge management in groups and teams, employee diversity network, and ethics in negotiation. Min’s teaching areas center around International Management, HR Management, International HR, Negotiation, and Women’s Leadership.
Selected Published Journal Articles
Li, M. (2007). The dynamic interaction of context and negotiator effects: A review and commentary on current and emerging areas in negotiation
Li, M. (2007). The malleability of environmentalism
Li, M. (2006). Managing relationships across generations of academics: psychological contracts in faculty-doctoral student collaborations