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学术研讨班:国际商务(Research Seminar: International Business)

主讲嘉宾:陈文娟教授(香港大学商学院副院长)

讲座时间:2019年5月27日—2019年5月29日.具体安排如下

时间 5.27 5.28 5.29
上午

9:25--10:10

10:30-11:15

11:25-12:10

9:25--10:10

10:30-11:15

11:25-12:10

9:25--10:10

10:30-11:15

11:25-12:10

下午

14:00-14:45

14:55-15:40

16:00-16:45

14:00-14:45

14:55-15:40

16:00-16:45

14:00-14:45

14:55-15:40

16:00-16:45

讲座地点:西北工业大学长安校区管理学院(地点待定,随后通知)

讲座形式:以讲座老师和学生互动为主

面向对象:广大博士生和青年教师

主持人:张莹副教授

主办单位:西北工业大学管理学院

 

学者简介:陈文娟教授,现任香港大学经济与工商管理学院副院长,是管理与商业战略领域权威专家。她主要研究方向包括海外市场进入决策, 进入模式选择, 国际合资企业, 跨国企业绩效等。在Strategic Management Journal、Journal of International Business Studies等管理学和国际商务顶级期刊上发表多篇论文。陈文娟教授受邀在国际顶级学术会议Academy of Management Conference, Academy of International Business Conference, Asia Academy of Management Conference等发表主旨演讲,多次获得管理学最佳论文奖。

 

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研讨班内容提要

本学术研讨班重点关注国际商务领域的重要议题,包括国外市场准入,外国进入模式,跨国企业的合资企业和外国子公司绩效。 本研讨班强调国际商务理论,包括企业的资源基础观, 交易成本经济学,制度理论,国际化理论和制度经济学。 要求学生对论文的理论框架给出评论意见,并发展出新的研究计划。

第一节:国际商务理论

第二节:外国市场准入

第三节:外国进入模式与合资企业

第四节:跨国企业的外国子公司绩效

第五节:如何发表学术论文

第六节:研究计划展示

 

This research seminar focuses on important topics in international business field, including foreign market entry, foreign entry mode, joint venture and foreign affiliate performance of multinational corporations.  The seminar stresses on theories of international business, including resource-based view of the firm, transaction cost economics, institutional theory, internationalization theory, and institutional economics.  Students are required to provide critical review of theoretical frameworks of papers and develop new research proposals.

Session 1: Theories of International Business

Session 2: Foreign Market Entry

Session 3: Foreign Entry Mode and Joint Venture

Session 4: Foreign affiliate Performance of Multinational Corporations

Session 5: How to publish research papers

Session 6: Research Proposal Presentations

Readings:

Session 1: Theories of International Business

Transaction Cost Economics

  1. Coase, R. 1937. The nature of the firm. Economica 4: 386-405.
  1. Williamson, O. E. 1985. The Economic Institutions of Capitalism. Chapter 2 "Contractual Man": 43-67. New York: Free Press.
  1. Ghoshal, S., & Moran, P. 1996. Bad for practice: A critique of the transaction cost theory. Academy of Management Review, 21(1): 13-47.
  1. Madhok, A. 2002. Reassessing the fundamentals and beyond: Ronald Coase, the transaction cost and resource-based theories of the firm and the institutional structure of production. Strategic Management Journal, 23: 535–550. 

Resource Based View   

  1. Barney, J. 1986. Strategic factor markets: Expectations, luck, and business strategy. Management Science, 32: 1231-1241.
  1. Barney, Jay. 1991. Firm resources and sustained competitive advantage. Journal of Management, 17(1): 99-120.
  1. Barney, Jay B. 2001. Is the resource-based "view" a useful perspective for strategic management research? Yes. Academy of Management Review, 26(1): 41-56.
  1. Barney, J. B., Ketchen, D. J. Jr., & Wright, M. 2011. The future of resource-based theory: Revitalization or decline? Journal of Management 37: 1299-1315. 

Internationalization Theories

  1. Dunning, J.H. 1980. Toward an eclectic theory of international production: Some empirical tests. Journal of International Business Studies, 11: 9-31 
  1. Johanson, J., & Vahlne, J.E. 2009. The Uppsala internationalization process model revisited: From liability of foreignness to liability of outsidership. Journal of International Business Studies, 40: 1411-1431. 

Institutional Theory  

  1. DiMaggio, P, J., & Powell, W. W. 1983. The iron cage revisited: institutional isomorphism and collective rationality in organizational fields. American Sociological Review 48: 147-160.
  1. Scott, W. R. 1995. Institutions and Organizations (Chapters 2-4). Thousand Oaks, CA: Sage. 
  1. Suchman, M. C. 1995. Managing legitimacy: Strategic and institutional approaches. Academy of management review, 20(3): 571-610. 
  1. Oliver, Christine. 1991. Strategic responses to institutional processes. Academy of Management Review, 16: 145-179.
  1. Zucker, L.G., 1987. Institutional theories of organization. Annual review of sociology, 13: 443-464.

Institutional Economics Theory  

  1. North, D. 1990. Institutions, Institutional Change, and Economic Performance (Chapters 1, 4, and 10). New York: Cambridge University Press. 

Session 2: Foreign Market Entry 

  1. Terpstra & Yu. 1988. Determinants of foreign investment of U.S. advertising agencies. Journal of International Business Studies, 19(1): 33-46.
  1. Dunning, J. H. 1998. Location and the multinational enterprise: a neglected factor?. Journal of international business studies, 29(1): 45-66.
  1. Chan, C. M., Makino, S., & Isobe, T. 2006. Interdependent behavior in foreign direct investment: The multi-level effects of prior entry and prior exit on foreign market entry. Journal of International Business Studies, 37(5): 642-665. 
  1. Schotter & Beamish. 2013. The hassle factor: An explanation for managerial location shunning. Journal of International Business Studies, 44(5): 521-544 
  1. Maggioni, D., Santangelo, G. D., & Koymen-Ozer, S. 2019. MNEs’ location strategies and labor standards: The role of operating and reputational considerations across industries. Journal of International Business Studies, 1-25.
  1. Cordero, A. M., & Miller, S. R. 2019. Political party tenure and MNE location choices. Journal of International Business Studies, 1-25.

Session 3: Foreign Entry Mode and International Joint Venture 

  1. Anderson, E., & Gatignon, H. 1986. Modes of foreign entry: A transaction cost analysis and propositions. Journal of international business studies, 17(3): 1-26.
  1. Zhao, H., Luo, Y., & Suh, T. 2004. Transaction cost determinants and ownership-based entry mode choice: A meta-analytical review. Journal of international business studies, 35(6): 524-544.
  1. Ekeledo, I., & Sivakumar, K. 2004. International market entry mode strategies of manufacturing firms and service firms: A resource-based perspective. International Marketing Review 21(1): 68-101. 
  1. Chan, C. M., & Makino, S. 2007. Legitimacy and multi-level institutional environments: Implications for foreign subsidiary ownership structure. Journal of International Business Studies 38(4): 621-638. 
  1. Hennart, J.F. & Slangen, A.H., 2015. Yes, we really do need more entry mode studies! A commentary on Shaver. Journal of International Business Studies, 46(1): 114-122.

Session 4: Foreign affiliate Performance of Multinational Corporation 

  1. Porter, M. E. 1990. The Competitive Advantage of Nations. Harvard Business Review. 
  1. Nitsch, D., Beamish, P., & Makino, S. 1996. Entry mode and performance of Japanese FDI in Western Europe. Management International Review, 36: 27-43.
  1. Kotabe, M., Srinivasan, S. S., & Aulakh, P. S. 2002. Multinationality and firm performance: the moderating role of R&D and marketing capabilities. Journal of International Business Studies, 33: 79-97.
  1. Chan, C. M., Isobe, T., & Makino, S. 2008. Which country matters? Institutional development and foreign affiliate performance. Strategic Management Journal, 29: 1179-1205.
  1. Chan CM, Makino S, Isobe T. 2010. Does subnational region matter? Foreign affiliate performance in the United States and China. Strategic Management Journal 31(11): 1226-1243. 
  1. Taussig, M. and Delios, A., 2015. Unbundling the effects of institutions on firm resources: The contingent value of being local in emerging economy private equity. Strategic Management Journal, 36(12): 1845-1865.

Session 5: How to publish research papers

  1. Colquitt, J.A. & George, G. 2011. Publishing in AMJ-Part 1: Topic choice. Academy of Management Journal, 54(3): 432-435 
  1. Bono, J.E., & McNamara, G. 2011. Publishing in AMJ-Part 2: Research Design. Academy of Management Journal, 54(4): 657-660.
  1. Grant, A.M. & Pollock, T.G. 2011. Publishing in AMJ-Part 3: Setting the hook. Academy of Management Journal, 54(5): 873-879.
  1. Sparrowe, R.T., & Mayer, K.J. 2011. Publishing in AMJ-Part 4: Grounding hypotheses. Academy of Management Journal, 54(6): 1098-1102.
  1. Zhang, Y,A. & Shaw, J.D. 2012. Publishing in AMJ-Part 5: Crafting the methods and results. Academy of Management Journal, 55(1): 8-12.
  1. Geletkanycz, M. & Tepper, B.J. 2012. Publishing in AMJ-Part 6: Discussing the implications. Academy of Management Journal, 55(2): 256-260.
  1. Bansal, P.T. & Corley, K. 2012. Publishing in AMJ-Part 7: What's different about qualitative research. Academy of Management Journal, 55(3): 509-513. 

Session 6: Research Proposal Presentations