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2008年年会Keynote Panels

EXCITING KEYNOTE PANELS IN GUANGZHOU

The topics include strategy of Chinese firms, trust and economic development, corporate governance, entrepreneurship, innovation, sociological perspectives of Chinese organizations, motivation, contextual issues in organizational behavior research, and more. Speakers are distinguished scholars in strategy, international business, entrepreneurship and organizational behavior.

Speakers and Papers of the Five English Keynote Panels

Session 1. Governance, Organizational Learning and Strategic Choices among Chinese Firms

1. Michael Hitt, Texas A&M, Chair & Discussant
2. Heather A. Haveman, University of California, Berkeley
      Going (More) Public: Explaining Isomorphism among Chinese Firms
3. Marjorie A. Lyles, Indiana University
     
Importance of Organizational Learning, Social Capital, and Trust for Successful Partnerships and Alliances
4. Wm. Gerard (Gerry) Sanders, Brigham Young University
     
Experiential Effects on Strategic Preferences: The Case of the Chinese Corporate Upper Echelons

Session 5A. Sociological Perspectives on Chinese Organizational Studies

1. Neil Fligstein, University of California, Berkeley, Chair and Discussant
2. Doug Guthrie, New York University
      Between Market and Hierarchy Reconsidered: Multiple Principals and Investment in China’s Capital Markets
3. Andrew G. Walder, Stanford University
      From Control to Ownership: China's Managerial Revolution
4. Gary G. Hamilton, University of Washington
      The Round Table: A Reconsideration of Chinese Business Networks

Session 7. Quality, Trust, Governance, and the Continuing Economic Development of China

1. Anne S. Tsui, Arizona State University
2. Jay B. Barney, Ohio State University
      Trusting the Chinese Brand
3. Paul Beamish, University of Western Ontario

      Toy Recalls from China: The Value of Evidence vs Speculation
4. John Child, University of Birmingham
      Trust and Governance in International Business Relations
5. Yadong Luo, University of Miami
      A Strategic Management View toward Product Recall
6. Marjorie A. Lyles, Indiana University
      All Supply Chains Don’t Flow Through
7. Possibly: David Barboza, New York Times

Session 13A. Entrepreneurship research and challenges

1. Shaker A. Zahra, University of Minnesota, Chair & Discussant
2. Per Davidsson, Queensland University of Technology, Australia
      How Entrepreneurship Breeds and Kills Itself: A Multi-Level Analysis and Implications for Present- Day China
3. Garry D. Bruton, Texas Christian University
      Technology, Intangible Resources and Success in An Emerging Market: China and Entrepreneurial Development
4. Sharon A. Alvarez, Ohio State University
 
     Opportunities, Entrepreneurship, and China
5. Mike Wright, Nottingham University
       Is Entrepreneur-Politician Alliance Sustainable During Transition? The Case of Management Buyouts in China

Session 13B. Behavior within Firms: Individuals, Networks, and Context

1. Thomas W. Lee, University of Washington, Chair & Discussant
2. Daniel J. Brass, University of Kentucky
      Social Capital and Business Success: The Case of Immigrant Entrepreneurs
3. Terence R. Mitchell, University of Washington
      Motivation in China: A Research Review and Speculation
4. Gary Johns, Concordia University
      Recent Developments in Research on Absenteeism from Work: It’s the Context that Counts


Speakers and Papers of the Two Chinese Keynote Panels

Session 11. China Forum Keynote Panel 中文论坛主题研讨会

1. Jing Zhou 周静, Rice University, Chair & Discussant
2. Chao Chen 陈昭全, Rutgers University
      Bounded Empowerment: Main and Joint Effects of Supervisory Power Sharing and Management Control 有限授权:主管权力分享与管理控制的主效应和联合效应
3. Jiing-Lih Larry Farh 樊景立, Hong Kong University of Science and Technology
      The influence of cultural values on work behavior: why and how individual power distance belief matters 文化观念对工作行为的影响:个人权利距离信念作用的原因和方式
4. Yadong Luo 陆亚东,
University of Miami
      Frontier Theories and Topics in Chinese Management 中国管理的前沿理论与主题

Session 12. Management Research in China: Past, Present, and Future Directions

1. Justin Tan, York University, Chair
      Research collaborations and the growth of China management research: evidence from social network perspective
2. Yuan Li, Xi'An Jiaotong University
      Strategic management research and theory development in Chinese context
3. Xinchun Li,
Zhongshan University
      Entrepreneurship and/or family business research in Chinese context
4. Weiying Zhang, Peking University
      Corporate ethics and social responsibility research in Chinese context
5. Xiongwen Lu, Fudan University, Discussant

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