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Program Overview


19 June 2017 (Monday)

14:00-17:00

APJM PDW (Room 22)

16:00-18:00

Conference Registration (first floor Main entrance Hall)

18:00-19:30

Opening Reception (Skylounge)
Rihga Royal hotel [Rhiga Top]







20 June 2017 (Tuesday)

08:45-09:00

Opening Ceremony (Main Hall)

09:00-10:00

AAOM Keynote Speech 1

Professor Alain Verbeke, University of Calgary and Editor in Chief of Journal of International Business Studies (Main Hall)




10:00-10:15

Coffee Break (1st floor Public Lounge and 2nd floor Subfoyer)


10:15-11:30

Concurrent Paper Sessions

Session 1: Social trust, social capital and risk management (Room 11)

Chair: Sunny Sun, University of Missouri, Kansas City


  • Standing in the shadow of doubt: enlarging microfinance coverage under social distrust

DING Zhujun, Tongji University
SUNNY LI SUN, University of Missouri


  • Entrepreneurial Risk Taking in an Informal Economy: A Potential Extension of Social Capital Theory

Arif Mahmood, Hong Kong Baptist University
Michael Young, Hong Kong Baptist University


  • Dyadic Risk Perceptions and Ambidextrous Supply Chains: Managing Risk in Taiwan’s Organic Agri-Products Market

Chia-Yi Liu), Tunghai University

Session 2: Internationalization and performance (Room 22)

Chair: Masaaki Kotabe, Temple University


  • A Longitudinal Assessment of S-Curve Theory on Relationship between Multinationality and Firm Performance

Seong-Bong Lee, Seoul Women's University
Masaaki Kotabe, Temple University
Albert H. Yoon, US Bureau of Economic Analysis


  • Strategic Environment and ‘Troika’: A Case Study Based on Hospitality Industry in China

HuoWeiwei, Shanghai University

Lu Peirong, Shanghai University

Nie Jing, Shanghai University

  • Does corporate political activity make MNCs less risk taking?

Menghang Dong, National Taiwan University

Session 3: Family business in Asia (Room 31)

Chair: Chi-Nien Chung, National University of Singapore


  • Institutional Logics in Family Businesses: Evidence from Board Structure in Indian Pubic Firms

Tara Shankar Shaw, Indian Institute of Technology

Lerong He, State University of New York at Brockport



  • Resource Access or Status Identity: Marriage Ties among Large Family Business Groups in an Emerging Economy

Chi-Nien Chung, National University of Singapore

Zong-Rong Lee, Academia Sinica

Hongjin Zhu, McMaster University

  • PASSING On the Throne: The Influence of Performance FEEDBACK on CEO succession in family firms

Jaemin Lee, Imperial College

Xiaowei Rose Luo, Entrepreneurship and Family Enterprise, INSEAD

Ji-Yub (Jay) Kim, Entrepreneurship and Family Enterprise, INSEAD

Session 4: Managing entrepreneurial ventures (Room 21A)

Chair:


  • The founder-CEO effect on entrepreneurial firms’ intention to go public: evidence from china

Xiaoyu Zhou, ShanghaiTech University
Jin Dai, ShanghaiTech University


  • The Mechanism of Exploiting Institutional Entrepreneurship From the Perspective of Stakeholders: Evidence from China’s GEELYAUTO

Xiang Guopeng, Zhejiang Gongshang University

  • How Does Organizational Legitimacy Impact Product Innovation in New Ventures and Established Firms? Evidence from China

Rui Shen, Peking University
Hai Guo, Renmin University of China
Zhongfeng Su, Xi’an Jiaotong University

Session 5: Culture matters: The importance of culture in OB (Room 21B)

Chair: Sven Horak, St. John’s University, USA


  • Boundary Conditions of Effectiveness of Leadership in China: Emic and Etic Values of Followers

Jing Du, Wuhan University, Wuhan, China
Yuan Jing Luo, Wuhan University, Wuhan, China
Jin Nam Choi, Seoul National University


  • Is this Job Meaningful? Nomological Network of Perceived Job Meaningfulness and the Moderating Effects of Individualism-Collectivism and Time

Thomas W. H. Ng, The University of Hong Kong

  • Mosaic building with cultural tiles: Associative cultural context and micro-level decision-making behavior

Sven Horak, St. John’s University, USA

Session 6: Institutions and practices (Room 33A)

Chair: Mike Peng, University of Texas, Dallas


  • The role of institutional logics in cross-national practice adoption:

A cognitive perspective

Stone Han, I-Shou University
Hsi-Mei Chung, I-Shou University
Fu-Sheng Tsai, Cheng Shiu University


  • Toward an institution-based view of global IPR history

Mike W. Peng, University of Texas at Dallas
David Ahlstrom, Chinese University of Hong Kong
Shawn M. Carraher, University of Texas at Dallas
Weilei (Stone) Shi, City University of New York


  • Passing the Torch: The Story of the Cloud Gate Dance Theater of Taiwan

Ching Horng, National Chung Cheng University

Session 7: Competitive interactions (Room 33B)

Chair: Xin Liang, University of Minnesota Duluth


  • What are you fighting for? A Sensemaking Perspective on Competitive Actions

Xin Liang, University of Minnesota Duluth
Sanjay Goel, University of Minnesota Duluth


  • Current wealth, gain and loss: organizational risk-taking after mixed gambles

SASAKI HIROYUKI, Waseda University

  • How Revenue Allocation Affects Performance: Evidence from Asian Firms

Wang Jingyi, Chinese University of Hong Kong

  • How Does the Technology Merger and Acquisition Effect on the Research and Development Activities of Seller Firms: A Case Study of a Taiwanese Firm in Chemical Industry

Lichao Cui, Osaka City University
Jin-ichiro Yamada, Osaka City University

Session 8: Panel: Innovation in the Asian Context

Chair: Jaeyong Song, Seoul National University Business School

Session 9: TAOM 1 (Room 32A)

Session 10: TAOM 2 (Room 32B)

Session 11: TAOM 3 (Room 32C)



11:30-12:30

Lunch (each room) or we can open Main hall for lunch

12:30-18:00

Doctoral Consortium (International Conference Room)

Chair: Kazuhiro Asakawa, Keio University

Faculty Panelists:

Jesper Edman, Hitotsubashi University

Jay Kim, INSEAD

Jane Lu,  University of Melbourne

Ishtiaq P. Mahmood,  National University of Singapore

Mike Peng, University of Texas at Dallas

Jaeyong Song, Seoul National University


12:30-13:45

Concurrent Paper Sessions

Session 12: Corporate social responsibility and performance (Room 22)

Chair: Xufei Ma


  • Organizational Slacks, CSR Activities, and Emerging Economy Firms’ Performance: The Moderating Effects of Ownership Type and Business Group Affiliation

Yalan XU, Chinese University of Hong Kong
Xufei MA, Chinese University of Hong Kong


  • Getting By or Getting Ahead? Strategic Response to the Institutionalization of CSR among Chinese Listed Firms

Yanlong Zhang, Peking University
Xiaoyu Zhou, ShanghaiTech University,
Marjorie A. Lyles, Indiana University
Heli Wang, Singapore Management University


  • Chain of Ownership Control, Inclusion Timing, Resource Relatedness and Performance of Group-affiliated Companies in Taiwan

Chien-Nan Chen, National Dong Hwa University
Bernard Gan, Griffith University

Session 13: Organizational learning and innovation (Room 31)

Chair: Kevin Zhou


  • Organizational Learning in an Emerging Economy: Effects of Learning Type, Organizational Capabilities, and Inter-Institutional Gaps

CHEN, Xiaoyun; University of Macau
ZHOU, Kevin Zheng; University of Hong Kong
ZHANG, Xiaofeng, Shenzhen Graduate School


  • Not Neophilia but Love of Continuity and Connection: Analysis of the Life-cycle Management in the Japanese Pharmaceutical Industry

Shigeru Asaba, Waseda University,
Taichiro Yanabe, Teijin Pharma Limited


  • Service Innovation as a Mediator of the Relationship between Internal Interdepartmental Integration and Customer Loyalty

Tzu-Jung Wu, National Sun Yat-Sen University, Taiwan
Yuh-Sun.Chiu, Kerry TJ Logistics Co, Ltd, Taiwan
Wei-Chang Huang, National Sun Yat-Sen University, Taiwan
Ing-Chung Huang, National University of Kaohsiung, Taiwan

Session 14: Non-market strategy in Asia (Room 11)

Chair: Jun Xia, University of Texas at Dallas


  • Domain protection and organizational ties: regulatory standards making as a corporate political action

Jun Xia, University of Texas at Dallas

Fiona Kun Yao, College of Business, University of Illinois at Urbana

Xiaoli Yin, Zicklin School Of Business, Baruch College/CUNY

  • Do Business Groups Care to Provide Informative CSR Reporting?

Weichieh Su, College of Commerce, National Chengchi University

Danchi Tan, College of Commerce, National Chengchi University

  • The Influence of Culture and Contextual factors on Corporate Social Responsibility: A Study in Taiwan

Ya Hui Ling, Department of Business Administration, I-Shou University

Session 15: Opportunity recognition and performance (Room 21A)



Chair: Tomoki Sekiguchi, Kyoto University

  • Can a humble entrepreneur predicts a better firm performance: Contextualizing the informal economy from social capital perspective

Arif Mahmood, Hong Kong Baptist University
Michael Young, Hong Kong Baptist University


  • Not user’s shoes but user’s heart: Role of empathy in opportunity recognition: An experimental study in Japan

Saddam Khalid, Osaka University

Tomoki Sekiguchi, Kyoto University

  • Are diverse functional experiences good for founding teams?

Sze-Sze Wong, Nanyang Business School
Xue-Li Wang, Tsinghua University
Mian Zhang, Tsinghua University

Session 16: Culture and diversity (Room 21B)

Chair: Youngok Kim, University of New South Wales


  • Limits of transformational leadership in collectivist societies

Divya Bhutiani, University of Twente
Padmakumar Nair, Thapar University, India


  • Diversity and Faultline in China

Qin Su, The Chinese University of Hong Kong
Dora C. Lau, The Chinese University of Hong Kong
Grace Poon, The Chinese University of Hong Kong


  • Linking leadership and job satisfaction: The moderating role of regional identity

Youngok Kim, University of New South Wales
Hyun Chae Park, Chonnam National University Gwangju, South Korea

Session 17: Entrepreneurial orientation in Asia (Room 33A)

Chair: Arif Mahmood, Hong Kong Baptist University


  • Why do people work for social enterprises? – A critical analysis of its value-creating mission

Nguyen Quynh Trang, College of Business, Chung Yuan Christian University

Lee Ming Yen, College of Business, Chung Yuan Christian University

  • Ethical or Rational: Co-rational between a Formal Entrepreneur and Informal Employee in Salary Negotiation

Arif Mahmood, Department of Management, Hong Kong Baptist University

Morgan Yang, Department of Marketing, Hang Seng Management College

Zhenyao Cai, SHU-UTS SILC Business School, Shanghai University

  • Management ability, entrepreneurial strategy making and exploitation of value and rareness for competitive advantages in Taiwanese public firms

Tingko Lee, National Defense University

Hsian-Ming Liu, National Defense University

Session 18: Challenges and strategies of Asian MNCs (Room 33B)

Chair: William P. Wan, City University of Hong Kong


  • Exploring the role of language convergence in organizational legitimacy: a study of Hong Kong firms in mainland china

William P. Wan, City University of Hong Kong

Daphne W. Yiu, Chinese University of Hong Kong

Jeanne Ho-Ying Fu, City University of Hong Kong

  • Challenges and Strategies of Ethical Decision-Making in Indian Multinational Corporations: An Institutional Theory Perspective

Christopher Chan, York University

Subramaniam Ananthram, Curtin University

  • To outsource or not to outsource? When RDT and RBV meet

Eugene Tung, Chinese University of Hong Kong

  • The Role That Complex of Corporate Governance Mechanisms Played on Detecting and Stopping a Fraud: Olympus Case Study

Maria Ilieva, Graduate School of Business, Osaka City University

Jin-Ichiro Yamada, Graduate School of Business, Osaka City University

Session 19: TAOM 1 (Room 32A)

Session 20: TAOM 2 (Room 32B)

Session 21: TAOM 3 (Room 32C)



13:45-14:00

Coffee Break(1st floor Public Lounge and 2nd floor Subfoyer)


14:00-15:15

Concurrent Paper Sessions

Session 22:
 Corporate political ties and firm performance (Room 11)

Chair: Gracy (J.Y.) YANG, University of Sydney


  • The Value of Political Ties on Firm Performance: The Effects of Proself, Prosocial Engagement and Institutional Development

Haijian LIU, Nanjing University, China
Gracy (J.Y.) YANG, University of Sydney
Darline Augustine, University of Stellenbosch Business School


  • How Political Ties Influence Firm’s Internationalization Growth and Its Performance Implication

Xinming Deng, Wuhan University, China.
Huizi Wang, Wuhan University, China.


  • Does government evaluation matters? A behavioral theory of the firm growth

Menghang Dong, National Taiwan University

Session 23: Family business management (Room 22)

Chair: Chiung-Wen Tsao, National University of Tainan, Taiwan


  • Exploring the Antecedents of Succession planning in Confucian Family Businesses

Shyh-Jer Chen, National Sun Yat-Sen University, Taiwan
Miao-Ju Wang, National Sun Yat-Sen University, Taiwan
Chia-Mei Lu, Tainan University of Technology, Taiwan
Chiung-Wen Tsao, National University of Tainan, Taiwan

  • Time does matter: How the effects of CEO duality and successor’s governance choices on R&D intensity are moderated in Family Controlled Public Firms

Hsing-Er Lin, National Sun Yat-Sen University , Taiwan
Chiung-Wen Tsao, National University of Tainan, Taiwan


  • Changing Concept of Family Logic and Trans-generational Entrepreneurship in Highly-regulated Institutional Environment – A Case Study from Taiwan's Healthcare Industry

Chan, Shu-Ting, National Association of Small & Medium Enterprises R.O.C
Lu, Yi-Chun, National Sun Yat-sen University,
Chung, Hsi-Mei, I-Shou University

Session 24: Emotions and employee outcomes (Room 31)

Chair: Timothy Sun, The Chinese University of Hong Kong


  • An Exploratory Study on the Stability of Positive and Negative Emotions and Employee Outcomes

Yong WANG Huaiyin Institute of Technology
Kelly Z. PENG Hong Kong Shue Yan University
Yina MAO, Nanjing University
Junbang LAN, Hong Kong Baptist University
Chi-Sum WONG, The Chinese University of Hong Kong


  • How Does Leader’s Other-Emotion Appraisal Influence Employees? A Multilevel Dual Affective Mechanisms

Xin Liu, Tsinghua University, China
Yucheng Zhang*, Southwestern University of Finance and Economics, China
Chih-Hsing (Sam) Liu, Ming Chuan University, Taiwan
Jingtao ZHU, Erasmus University Rotterdam


  • Can Learned Hopelessness Regulate Anger? A Multilevel Affective Process Model of Service Employees’ Reactions to Customer Mistreatment

Timothy C. Sun, The Chinese University of Hong Kong
Sophia S. Jeong, The Chinese University of Hong Kong

Session 25: Emerging research in organizational behaviour (Room 21A)

Chair: Pei-Chuan Mao, Southern Taiwan University of Science and Technology


  • Gossip Prevalence and Work Outcomes: The Mediating Role of Performance Pressure

Noriko Tan, National University of Singapore

Kai Chi Yam, National University of Singapore

Jared Nai, National University of Singapore

Remus Ilies, National University of Singapore

  • Fuel Thriving for Employees with Disabilities: The Role of Job Self-efficacy, Inclusion and Team Learning Climate

Xiji Zhu, The Chinese University of Hong Kong

Kenneth S. Law, The Chinese University of Hong Kong

Timothy C. Sun, The Chinese University of Hong Kong

Dan Yang, The Chinese University of Hong Kong

  • The eye of the supervisor: How does supervisor attribution influence the effectiveness of employee impression management tactics?

Pei-Chuan Mao, Southern Taiwan University of Science and Technology

Tai-Kuang Peng, I-Shou University, Taiwan, R.O.C

Cheng-Chen Lin, National Pingtung University of Science and Technology

Session 26: Diversity and work-life balance (Room 21B)

Chair: Mina Lee, Xavier University


  • From Diversity to Inclusion: A Case Study of an Indian Manufacturing Organization

Amita Shivhare, Xaviers Labour Relations Institute, Jharkhand, India
Gurunathan L, Xaviers Labour Relations Institute, Jharkhand, India


  • Work-Family Spillover and Crossover Effects of Authentic Leadership: The Moderating Role of Work-Home Segmentation Preference

Ziwei Yang, Henan University of Economics and Law
Ho Kwong Kwan , Shanghai University of Finance and Economics
Aiqin Zhou , The Hong Kong Polytechnic University
Frederick Hong-kit Yim , Hong Kong Baptist University


  • Economic vs. Sociological factors on career decision making among female managers in the United States and South Korea

Mina Lee, Xavier University

Session 27: Learning and innovation management (Room 33A)

Chair: Yung-Chang Hsiao, National University of Tainan, Taiwan


  • Exploring Business Model Rigidity in the Dynamic Innovation Environments: 4 Case Studies from China-Based Companies

Qinghua Xia, Wuhan University,
Huiyang Lou, Wuhan University


  • Linking Customer Orientation, Technological Capacity, and Innovation Competence:

Toward a Moderation Model

Yi-Chuan Liao, Shandong University
Hongyan Zhao Dhurakij Pundit University, Thailand


  • Learning-from-Parents: Exploitative knowledge acquisition and the innovation performance of joint venture

Chung-Jen Chen, National Taiwan University
Bou-Wen Lin, National Tsing Hua University
Jun-You Lin, National Open University, Taiwan
Yung-Chang Hsiao National University of Tainan, Taiwan

Session 28: SMEs and institutional and social environments (Room 33B)

Chair: Xiaoyun Chen, University of Macau


  • What is going on in non-startup smes during their pre-ipo period?: a case study of japanese firms

YUKI HAYASHI, Osaka City University

  • Goals of Family Business in Different Institutional Environment

WANG Hao, Zhejiang University and Calgary University

  • Institutional Support and Entrepreneurial Orientation in Emerging Markets: Curvilinear Effects and Multi-facet Institutional Contingencies

Zhenxin Xiao, City University of Hong Kong
Maggie Chuoyan Dong, City University of Hong Kong
Xiaoyun Chen, University of Macau
Shanxing Gao, Xi’an Jiaotong University
Kevin Zheng Zhou, University of Hong Kong


  • The Effect of CEO’s Moral Identity on Corporate Illegal Behaviors: A Social Identity and Social Learning Perspective

Dan Yang, The Chinese University of Hong Kong
Xiji Zhu, The Chinese University of Hong Kong
Timothy Cong Sun, The Chinese University of Hong Kong

Session 29: TAOM 1 (Room 32A)

Session 30: TAOM 2 (Room 32B)

Session 31: TAOM 3 (Room 32C)






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