High-tech innovation, industry analysis, economic globalization, science and technology policy, regional economic impact of the microsystems
Dongxu Li is a research assistant at the Centre for Industrial Competitiveness (CIC). She worked for Microsoft (China) in Beijing as a marketing specialist for three years (2008-2011). Working in a world leading multi-national company, she has accumulated valuable knowledge of high-tech industry and international business operation. In her third year at Microsoft, she was working with a group of cloud computing experts at Microsoft Technology Center (MTC) to promote Microsoft technology and enterprise solutions through various customer events. This experience helped her gain a deeper insight into China’s IT ecosystem development and especially the emerging cloud computing industry in China.
Dongxu Li holds a Master’s degree in Marketing Management from Peking University in China (2008), and two Bachelor’s degrees in Economics and Computer Science from Peking University and Beijing Language University respectively (2006).
Through years of study and work, she has been engaged in several industry research and market analysis projects, including Research on China’s Software Industry Development and Analysis of China’s Healthcare IT Market. With great interest in study of high-tech innovation and industry competitiveness, she has decided to devote herself in this research field through postgraduate study at Regional Economic and Social Development Department at University of Massachusetts Lowell.