“学术圆桌”VII ——How to Publish in Economic Modelling（Q2）and Asian Business And Management（Q3）
Dylan Sutherland：Chief Editor of Asian Business And Management.
Dylan completed an M.Phil. in the Economics of Developing Countries at Cambridge University before undertaking an ESRC funded PhD at the Judge Business School.
Dylan has a broad range of research interests stemming from his early academic appointments teaching Development Studies and Chinese Studies. He lived, worked and studied in China for several years, where he has undertaken extensive funded fieldwork (i.e. via the ESRC, British Academy, Lloyds Tercentenary Foundation).As well as producing two research monologues, an edited book and numerous book chapters, his research is published across a broad range of disciplines in eminent academic journals. This includes the fields of business and management (i.e. Journal of World Business, International Business Review, Asia Pacific Journal of Management, Industry and Innovation etc.) economics (i.e. Cambridge Journal of Economics), geography (Journal of Economic Geography, Cambridge Journal of Regions, Economy and Society) and Chinese Studies (China Quarterly, Journal of Contemporary China). His research is highly topical (i.e. tax havens, Chinese MNEs etc.) and he regularly contributes media stories and commentary on Chinese business (i.e. International Finance Review, China Daily). His research on the transiting of Chinese outward FDI via tax havens was recently awarded the best paper award by the Chinese Economics Association (based on citation metrics over previous five years).
Lutao Ning：Chief Editor of Economic Modelling.
DrLutao Ning is a Reader (Research Track) in International Business at Queen Mary, University of London. Previously he served as Director of International Learning at Queen Mary and was a Lecturer in International Business at Durham University. He holds a PhD degree from the University of Cambridge (Queens’ College), together with an MBA from the University of Liverpool and an MA from the School of Oriental and African Studies (SOAS), University of London. He was a visiting scholar at the Chinese Academy of Social Science and Peking University. He provides advice to the research centre of the State-owned Assets Supervision and Administration Commission (SASAC) of the State Council of China. He is an expert on Innovation, Foreign Direct Investment, and State Owned Enterprises.