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Seminar list 2005

November, 2005

November 11, 2005
Prof. Shige Makino, The Chinese University of Hong Kong
Which Country Matters? Institutional Development and Foreign Affiliate Performance

 

November 18, 2005
Prof. Dave Harrison, The Pennsylvania State University
Time Matters in Organizations: Understanding Temporal Features of Organizational Phenomena

 

November 25, 2005
Prof. Tai-Young Kim, Kungkyunkwan University
Toward An Asymmetric Model of Relationship Dissolution: U.S. Auditor-Client relationship, 1996 - 2001

 

October, 2005

October 14, 2005
Prof. John Freeman, University of California, Berkeley
Community Context and Founding Processes of Banking Organizations

 

October 28, 2005
Prof. Gills Hillary, HKUST
Does Religion Matter for Corporate Decisions in America?

 

September, 2005

September 9, 2005
Dr. Riki Takeuchi, HKUST
Mediating Effects of Self-Efficacy

 

September 30, 2005
Dr. Yaping Gong with Prof. Larry Farh, HKUST
Being Similar yet Feeling Different: "Toward Asymmetric Reactions to Common Dialect Group Identity in Vertical Dyads in Chinese Organization"<

 

July, 2005

July 25, 2005
Prof.  Jay B. Barney, Ohio State University
Discovery and Creation: Alternative Theories of Entrepreneurial Action

 

May, 2005

May 11, 2005
Prof.  Aumée Kane, New York University
Knowledge transfer and Social Indenity

 

April, 2005

April 8, 2005
Prof.  Henrick Greve, Norwegian School of Management BI
If it doesn't kill you: Learning from ecological competition

 

April 27, 2005
Prof.  Cynthia Lee, Northeastern University
The Multidimensional Model of Job Insecurity

 

March, 2005

March 7, 2005
Prof. Steve Mezias, New York University
The Behavioral Theory of the Firm in Cross National Context: Aspirations Level Adjustment in Five Countries

 

March 23, 2005
Prof.  Alfred Marcus, University of Minnesota
Sustained Competitive Advantage and Disadvantage: Traits of Winning and Losing Companies

 

February, 2005

February 4,  2005
Dr. Heli Wang, HKUST
Too little or much? Reexamining the relationship between corporate charitable giving and corporate financial performance

 

January, 2005

January 17 2005
Prof. Anju Seth, University of Illinois at Urbana- Champaign
Complementary Knowledge, Absorptive Capacity and the Theory of the Diversified Firm

 

January 31 2005
Prof. Marshall Meyer, University of Pennsylvania
Which Way through the Open Door; Notes on the Internationalization of Chinese Firms

 

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