Xinjie Xing

Xinjie Xing
University of Liverpool | UoL · University of Liverpool Management School (ULMS)

Doctor of Philosophy

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Nowadays, with the emergence of Web 3.0 and the metaverse, we collectively witnessed the explosive development of the decentralised autonomous organisation and the blockchain business model. Particularly, the advancement of technologies has further given birth to a novel form of social platform as blockchain-enabled social media (i.e., SocialFi), w...
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Alongside the rise of ‘last-mile’ delivery in contemporary urban logistics, drones have demonstrate commercial potential, given their outstanding triple-bottom-line performance. However, as a lithium-ion battery-powered device, drones’ social and environmental merits can be overturned by battery recycling and disposal. To maintain economic performa...
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Alongside the rising of ‘last-mile’ delivery in modern urban logistics, drone delivery embraces its rapid development and ever increasing application due to its outstanding triple-bottom-line performance. However, as a lithium-ion battery-powered device, all its social and environmental merits will be turned up-side-down as of battery recycle and d...
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Purpose The main purpose of this paper is to investigate how social media can provide important platforms to facilitate organisational learning and innovation in new product development (NPD) process. Design/methodology/approach Using a multiple case-study approach, this study assesses qualitative data collected via 56 interviews from 13 world-lea...
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The sustainability boom in developing countries has caused the emergence of greenwashing behaviors that are impeding sustainable progress in the third world. To combat greenwashing behaviors in emerging markets, this paper proposes a game-theory model that studies the competitive pricing strategies of green incumbents facing competition from greenw...
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Tank Container Operators (TCOs) are striving to maximize profit through the integration of their global Tank Container (TC) operations with the job quotation-booking process. However, TCOs face a set of unique challenges not faced by general shipping container operators, including the process uncertainties arising from TC cleaning and the use of Fr...

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