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Professor Arie Lewin's Research Workshop in Renmin University of China

Professor Arie Lewin's Research Workshop

WORKSHOP ORGANIZER:

School of Business, Renmin University of China

July 24 2013, Beijing


8:30-10:00 Keynote Speech

Academic Research and Life of Scholarship

Arie Lewin, Duke University


10:00-10:15 Coffee Break


Paper presentation and Discussion

Discussants:

Arie Lewin, Duke University

Sam Garg, Hong Kong University of Science and Technology


Session 1: Customer Involvement and Influence

Moderator:Hua Song, Renmin University of China

10:15 - 11:05 Client Influence on IT Outsourcing Vendors Operational Capabilities: A Relationship Learning Perspective

Fang Su&*Ji-ye Mao, School of Business,Renmin University of China


11:05 - 11:55 The Effects of Service Sourcing on Perceived Value Proposition under Different Levels ofCustomerInvolvement

*Hua Song, School of Business,Renmin University of China, Jack Cadeaux, University of NewSouth Wales,

Kangkang Yu, Renmin University of China


Session 2:Innovation and Entrepreneurship

Moderator: Kai Zhang, Renmin University of China

13:30 - 14:20 Local R&D and Global Sales of Multinational Enterprise Subsidiaries in China

*Ziliang Deng, School of Business,Renmin University of China


14:20 - 15:10 Do Immigrant Entrepreneurs Do Business With Their Country of Origin? The Effect of Personality Traits, Perception of Institutions, and Network Usage

*MajidGhorbani,School of Business, Renmin University of China


Session 3:Company Capabilities and Performance

Moderator:Jiwen Song, Renmin University of China

15:10-16:00  Product strategy, marketing capability, and manufacturing firm performance in China

*HaiGuo, School of Business,Renmin University of China


16:00 - 16:50Cross Boundary Knowledge Management by Key Users in Enterprise Systems Implementation

Mianzhen Pan,*Ji-Ye Mao, School of Business,Renmin University of China


Note: *PresenterDue to limited space, we strongly encourage you to reserve your place in advance by RSVP. Please contact Irene Zhang at iacmrmembership@pku.edu.cn with your full name and job title (faculty or doctoral student, department)


Biography of discussants:Arie Y. Lewin

Arie Y. Lewin (ayl3@duke.edu) is Professor of Strategy and International Business at the Fuqua School of Business, Duke University. He is the Director of the Center for International Business Education and Research (CIBER). Professor Lewin was the 2002-2008 Editor-in-Chief of the Journal of International Business Studies (JIBS). He has been Program Director for Decision, Risk and Management Science at the National Science Foundation (1986-1988); Departmental Editor of Management Science for the department of Organization Analysis, Performance and Design (1974-1987); founding Editor-in-Chief of Organization Science (1989-1998).


Sam Garg

Sam Garg (samgarg@ust.hk) is an Assistant Professor in the Department of Management at HKUST, Hong Kong, and a former student of Kathy Eisenhardt. He obtained his PhD (Organizations, Strategy and Entrepreneurship) and MA (Sociology) from Stanford University. Sam's research interests are in issues at the intersection of entrepreneurship, strategy, and organizational behavior. His specific interests include corporate governance, strategic decision making, power dynamics, and cognition in entrepreneurial firms and international businesses. He is currently investigating CEO-Board relationship using a real-time, longitudinal multiple case study approach. His other recent work has been published (or is forthcoming) in the Academy of Management Review and the Strategic Entrepreneurship Journal. He is also a co-author of inspire to Innovate: Management and Innovation in Asia, a book based on several mini case studies and a survey.


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