Lori Qingyuan, Yue
Associate Professor of Management
Associate Professor of Sociology (courtesy appt.)
Affiliated Faculty of the Center of East Asian Studies
University of Southern California
Lori has published research papers on how businesses mobilize collective action and how they strategically interact with social movement challenges in markets. Her recent research investigates the economic and social issues in the digital transformation of the economy and in emerging markets. Lori is an associate editor of Management Science and serves in the editorial boards of Administrative Science Quarterly and Organization Science. She was a consulting editor of the American Journal of Sociology and the chair of the Research Committee of the Organization and Management Theory (OMT) Division of the Academy of Management. Lori is also a three-time recipient of teaching awards.
Lori grew up in a small city in Anhui province,
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. from the Graduate School of
Business at Columbia University, she joined the USC Marshall
School of Business. Lori is married and has two sons, and she
enjoys reading, hiking, traveling, and volunteering.