Chinese management research implications from the recent chinese research published on top journals on strategy

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  • 1. Chinese Management Research: Implications from the Recent Chinese Research Published on Top Journals on Strategy Presented June 18th, 2010, East SYSU Enterprise Management, School of Business, Sun Yat-Sun University Guangzhou 510290 China 1
  • 2. Location Location Location Rousseau & Fried (2001) Rousseau D M, Fried Y. Location, location, location: Contextualizing organizational research[J]. Journal of Organizational Behavior,2001,22(1):1-13. 2
  • 3. How to Do Chinese Management Research? 3
  • 4. Read Paper on Chinese Research Papers of Chinese research And Think
  • 5. Content 1. Article Selection 2. Our Findings 3. Interesting Papers 4. Suggestion to Future Research
  • 6. Step 1: Journal Selection 08~10 Year SMJ, AMR, AMJ, JIBS,ASQ 600+ Papers 6
  • 7. Step 2: China Topic Not just Asian or Emerging Market Papers 7
  • 8. Step 3: Strategy Management Not OBHR Or Marketing Papers 8
  • 9. JIBS SMJ 18 AMJ AMR 10 ASQ 0 0 0 9
  • 10. Content 1. Article Selection 2. Our Findings 3. Interesting Papers 4. Suggestion to Future Research
  • 11. Topic IB 22 Network 5 Alliance 4 Innovation & Learning 4 Cluster 1 11 Diversification 1 Entrepreneur 1 M&A 1 Vertical Integration 0 /28 Cross-Topic 11
  • 12. Theory Institutional Theory Social network TCE RBV 2.83 2.5 2.16 9 KBV 1.5 Absorptive capacity perspective 1.5 Organizational ecology 1 Dynamic capabilities 1 Real Option 1 Resource dependence theory 0.5 Competition dynamics 0.33 organizational inertia theory 0.33 Agency Theory 0.33 Internalisation theory 0.33 12 Peng M W. Towards an institution-based view of business strategy[J]. Asia Pacific Journal of Management, 2002,19(2):251-267.
  • 13. Method Archival 14 Suvey 12 14 N/A 1 Theoretical 1 /28 Archival 13
  • 14. Author Number 13 4 4 3 2 11 14
  • 15. Author Country USA 10.16 China Hong kong 6.83 UK 3.25 China Mainland USA 2.08 Canada 1.75 German 1 Netherlands 0.75 China Tai Wan 0.66 First HK Belgium 0.5 Singapor 0.5 Korea 0.5 Second 15
  • 16. Author University City University of Hong Kong 2 The University of Hong Kong 1.75 Chinese University of Hong Kong 1.66 University of Kansas 1.16 Peking University 1.16 Rice University 1 University of Leeds (CIBUL) 1 Loyola Marymount University 1 5.41 University of North Carolina at Charlotte 0.91 Simon Fraser University 0.83 University of Texas at Dalla 0.83 Hong Kong Skolkovo Institute for Emerging Market Studies 0.66 University of Erlangen-Nuremberg 0.66 16
  • 17. China Mainland Authors Peking University University of Western Ontario Canada 3 1.17 Skolkovo Institute for university of Oregon 2 0.66 Emerging Market USA Studies University of Utah Wuhan University USA 1 0.33 17
  • 18. They are in top Journals But they are good enough?
  • 19. Location Location Location Contextualizing Contextualizing Contextualizing Rousseau D M, Fried Y. Location, location, location: Contextualizing organizational research[J]. Journal of Organizational Behavior,2001,22(1):1-13. 19
  • 20. Multiple Influences of Context
  • 21. Type 1 Application of Context A Theories to Context B Example: Zhao Z J, Anand J. A multilevel perspective on knowledge transfer: evidence from the Chinese automotive industry[J]. Strategic Management Journal,2009,30(9):959-983.
  • 22. Type 2 Extension of Context A Theories cross- context study Example: Lin Z, Peng M W, Yang H, et al. How do networks and learning drive M&As? An institutional comparison between China and the United States[J]. Strategic Management Journal,2009,30(10):1113-1132.
  • 23. Type 3 Elaboration of Context A Theories single-context study Example: Xiao & Tsui, When Brokers May Not Work: The Cultural Contingency of Social Capital in Chinese High-tech Firms, ASQ, 2007.
  • 24. Type 4 Development of Context B (Indigenous) Theories Example: Buckley P J, Clegg L J, Cross A R, et al. The determinants of Chinese outward foreign direct investment[J]. Journal of International Business Studies,2009,40(2):499-518.
  • 25. A Typology of Indigenous Studies Exploitation (Tsui, 2009) Exploration (Tsui, 2009) A theory of Chinese management (B