Dr Ming Juan Ding

PhD, MBus, BEc

Biographical details
Dr Ding has been a teacher and lecturer in Marketing and Supply Chain Management since 2010.

She completed her undergraduate studies at Shanxi University and her Master of Business (Logistics Management) at RMIT before completing a PhD.

Prior to her academic career, she worked for Thales Group and was responsible for logistics coordination and marketing and human resource management and worked in project management for Baosteel Group.

She published more than ten international journals, conference proceedings and book chapters. Her research interests include international marketing, marketing channels, network marketing, supply chain competencies, E business, HR management, project and entrepreneurship etc.

Teaching Interests
Her teaching interests include Human Resource Management, Sustainability and Ethics, Strategic Planning, Leadership and Change Management, Research Projects, Supply Chain Management, and International Marketing.

Research Interests
International marketing, marketing channels, network marketing, supply chain competencies, HR management, Project Management and Entrepreneurship.

Publications
Journal articles
Ding, M. J., and Jie, F. (2020), “The moderating effect of Guanxi on supply chain competencies of logistics firms in China”, International Journal of Logistics Research and Application, vol. 1, pp. 1-19 [ABDC: A]

Rasmetse, N., Moremong-Nganunu, T., Ding, M.J. and Arenius, P. (2018), “Entrepreneurial Motivations and Capabilities of Migrant Entrepreneurs in Australia”, International Migration, vol. 56, no 4, pp. 217-234 [ABDC: A]

Ding, M. J., Kam, B.H., Jie F. and Zhang, J.Y. (2015), “Human resource management practices and logistics service competencies of Chinese logistics service providers”, International Journal of Production Research, online published in August 2014 [ABDC 2013: A, Impact factor: 1.80]

Ding, M. J., Jie F., Parton, K. A. and Matanda, M. J. (2014), “Relationships between quality of information sharing and supply chain food quality in Australian beef processing industry’, International Journal of Logistics Management, Vol. 25, no. 1, pp. 85-108 [ABDC 2013: A Impact factor: 1.40]

Ding, M. J., Kam, B.H and Lalwani, C.S. (2012), “Operational routines and supply chain competencies of Chinese logistics service providers”, International Journal of Logistics Management, vol. 23, no. 3, pp. 383-407[ABDC 2013: A, Impact factor: 1.40]
Kam, B.H., Tsahuridu, E and Ding, M. J. (2010), “Does human resource management contribute to the development of logistics and supply chain capabilities? An empirical study of logistics service providers in China”, Research and Practice in Human Resource Management (RPHRM), vol. 18, no. 2, pp. 15-34[ABDC 2013: B]

Book chapters
Ding, M. J. and Kam, B.H. (2010), Business Processes and Logistics Service Competencies of Logistics Service Providers in China, in T Blecker, W Kersten & C Lüthje (eds), Innovative Processes Optimization Methods in Logistics, Emerging Trends, Concepts and Technologies, Erich Schmdit Verlag, Berlin, vol.13, pp.81-98

Refereed Conference Proceeding and Presentations:
Rasmetse, N., Moremong-Nganunu, T., and Ding, M.J. (2016), “Entrepreneurial Motivations and Capabilities of Migrant Entrepreneurs in Australia”, Annual South Africa Business Research Conference, Cape Town, South Africa, January [ERA: A]

Ding, M. J., Kam, B.H and Lalwani, C.S. (2011), “Operational processes and supply chain competencies of Chinese logistics service providers”, Proceedings of the 16th International Symposium on Logistics (ISL), Berlin, Germany, July [ERA: A]

Ding, M. J. and Kam, B.H. (2010), “Business processes and logistics service competencies of logistics service providers in China”, Proceedings of the Hamburg International Conference of Logistics (HICL), Hamburg, Germany, September [ERA: A]

Kam, B.H. and Ding, M. J. (2009), “Competing in China logistics service market: factors affecting logistics service providers’ performance in China, The ALRT’s 3rd International Conference on Logistics in Conjunction with GU8 Consortium and Regional IAME, Incheon, Korea, April [ERA: A]

Kam, B.H., Tsahuridu, E. and Ding, M. J. (2009), “Does human resource management practices contribute to logistics and supply chain competencies of logistics service providers in China?” 11th International Conference of Society for Global Business & Economic Development, Bratislava, Slovak Republic, May [ERA: A]

Inbakaran, R., Chhetri, P., Sorbello, S.and Ding, M. J. (2008), “Managing Supply Chain Disruptions: A Case Study of Hunter Valley Coal Chain, NSW, Australia”, IMRC 2008 Global Supply Chain Management: Role of Emerging Economies, Bangalore, India, December [ERA: A]

Ding, M. J. and Khan, S. (2005), “Market expansion by international logistics service providers into Chinese market, Proceedings of the 2005 Australia and New Zealand International Business Academy (ANZIBA) Conference, Melbourne, Australia, November [ERA: A]

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