Nidthida Lin is a Lecturer at Newcastle Business School, University of Newcastle. Prior to joining the UoN, she held a Lecturer position at School of Business, University of Western Sydney and the University of Technology, Sydney.
Nidthida has PhD in Strategic Management from Australian Graduate School of Management (AGSM), University of New South Wales and University of Sydney. Upon a completion of her PhD, Nidthida worked on the Offshoring Research Network (ORN) project as a Senior Research Associate at Center of International Business Research and Education (CIBER), Fuqua School of Business, Duke University, USA. Prior to her PhD, Nidthida worked as a business consultant at Accenture specializing in Enterprise Business Intelligence and Data Mining.
Nidthida’s scholarly interests are predominantly in the areas of innovation management, strategic outsourcing, global sourcing of business services, managerial decision-making, and choice modeling. Her PhD dissertation was awarded a Highly Commended in the ANZAM Best Doctoral Dissertation Award at the 2011 ANZAM Annual Conference and her work has been published in international academic journals such as MIT Sloan Management Review, European Management Journal, European Management Review and Industry and Innovation. Nidthida involves in several international networks of scholar and currently serves as a member of Communication Committee in the International Management Division of the Academy of Management.
- PhD, University of Sydney, 28/04/2009
- Choice Modeling and Experiment
- Innovation Management
- Managerial Decision Making
- Strategic Outsourcing and Global Sourcing
- Value Creation and Value Capture in Inter-firm Relationships
My research interests are predominantly in the areas of strategic outsourcing and global sourcing, innovation management, and choice modeling. My primary research goals are directed toward, but not limited to, understanding the process of disaggregation, reconfiguration, and dispersion of the firm’s value chain as well as its impact on global firm value. My interest in this topic has been long-standing since my PhD thesis, which examines managerial decision models in strategic outsourcing contract selections through the use of advanced experimental methodology: discrete choice method and best-worst experiment. My research in collaboration with the Offshoring Research Network (ORN) team focuses on the intra-organizational legitimization of offshoring practice and the role of global strategy in determining the optimal level of disaggregation and global dispersion of innovation-related work.
I have applied both quantitative and qualitative research methods in my previous research. My interest in quantitative methods has recently grown into a Bayesian modeling approach, which I have applied into my published and working papers together with the discrete choice experiment.
Fields of Research
|150307||Innovation And Technology Management||30|
- Business to Business Marketing
- International Business
- Managing Under Uncertainty
- Strategic Management
My teaching interests center around my specialty areas—strategy, innovation and technology management, international business, and strategic decision-making—as well as research methods and core courses in entrepreneurship and organization management.
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Journal article (4 outputs)
|2013||Lin N, Auger P, Devinney T, Dowling G, Eckert C, 'How Much Does a Company's Reputation Matter in Recruiting?', MIT Sloan Management Review: MIT's journal of management research and ideas, 54 79-88 (2013) [C1]|
|2010||Massini S, Perm-Ajchariyawong N, Lewin AY, 'Role of corporate-wide offshoring strategy on offshoring drivers, risks and performance', Industry and Innovation, 17 337-371 (2010) [C1]|
|2009||Coltman T, Bru K, Perm-Ajchariyawong N, Devinney TM, Benito GRG, 'Supply chain contract evolution', EUROPEAN MANAGEMENT JOURNAL, 27 388-401 (2009) [C1]|
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Review (1 outputs)
|2013||Lin N, Devinney T, 'Choice Modelling (2013) [D1]|
Grants and Funding
|Number of grants||1|
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2012 (1 grants)
Technology and innovation management in high risk situations$25,000
Funding Body: ARC (Australian Research Council)
|Number of current supervisions||3|
|Total current UoN PhD EFTSL||0.7|
For supervisions undertaken at an institution other that the University of Newcastle, the institution name is listed below the program name.
|Program||Supervisor Type||Research Title|
|2014||2018||PhD (Management)||Co-Supervisor||IT Strategy Alignment Among Supply Chain Key Participants: Co-Create Value Within Service Systems.|
|2013||2017||PhD (Management)||Co-Supervisor||Dynamic Capabilities and Top Management Team Cognitions|
|2013||2017||PhD (Management)||Co-Supervisor||Mining Corporate Social Responsibility and Sustainability|