Maggie Chuoyan Dong is Head of School and Professor at the School of Marketing for UNSW Business School. Before joining UNSW, she worked as Associate Professor at the Department of Marketing, City University of Hong Kong. Maggie's research interests range from international and business marketing to distribution channels and the marketing-operations interface with a strong focus on a range of supply chain management topics (including the product development-supply chain-finance interface). She has also held a range of relevant Hong Kong government research grants and served in the editorial boards of multiple journals.
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Supply chain leaders in multinational corporations need to manage risks associated with political leadership changes in countries where operations could be disrupted
Global suppliers such as Foxconn can form strong business networks to put pressure on dominant clients such as Apple to address power imbalances in global supply chains