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Author:Sunny Li Sun , Mike W. Peng , Weiqiang Tan
Data Source:[J].Asia Pacific Journal of Management, 2017, Vol.34 (2), pp.339-366Springer
Abstract:Previous diversification research has largely focused on product relatedness, but ignored institutional relatedness—the degree of informal embeddedness with the dominant institutions that confer resources and legitimacy. We argue that during institutional transitions, politi...
Author:Sunny Li Sun , Daying Yan
Data Source:[J].Journal of International Business Studies, 2017, Vol.48 (4), pp.452-476Springer
Abstract:We develop the concept of institutional fragility to investigate the outward foreign direct investment (OFDI) behavior of firms from emerging economies. When different dimensions of institutions are not progressing at the same pace, internal friction and conflict arise during ins...
Author:Sumita Sarma , Sunny Li Sun
Data Source:[J].Asia Pacific Journal of Management, 2017, Vol.34 (3), pp.587-617Springer
Abstract:How does an institutionally-contested business model originate, survive, and grow? What roles do institutional entrepreneurs play in the different stages of evolution of the business model? In the past four decades, the fabless model (which allows a semiconductor firm to ope...
Author:... Lívia Markóczy , Sunny Li Sun , Mike W. Peng
Data Source:[J].Journal of Business Ethics, 2019, Vol.159 (3), pp.745-760Springer
Abstract:Abstract(#br)Is there a compensation gap between female CEOs (She’-E-Os) and male CEOs? If so, are there mechanisms to mitigate the compensation gap? Extending role congruity theory, we argue that the perception mismatch between the female gender role (that assumes communal ...
Author:Sunny Li Sun , Mike W. Peng ...
Data Source:[J].Journal of World Business, 2015, Vol.50 (1), pp.234-246Elsevier
Abstract:Abstract(#br)While voluminous research has focused on the impact of host country institutions on foreign entrants, the rise of outward internationalization of firms from emerging economies is challenging this research stream. Limited work has been done to investigate a cruci...
Author:Xiaoming Yang , Sunny Li Sun , Haibin Yang
Data Source:[J].Industrial Marketing Management, 2015, Vol.50, pp.30-39Elsevier
Abstract:Abstract(#br)This paper focuses on the multiple dimensions of market-based reforms and their impacts on firms’ product innovation performance in China, the largest emerging country in the world. By analyzing a data set with more than one-half-million observations on firms du...
Author:Hao Liang , Luc Renneboog , Sunny Li Sun
Data Source:[J].Emerging Markets Review, 2015, Vol.25, pp.69-91Elsevier
Abstract:Abstract(#br)In regulated economies, corporate governance mechanisms such as executive compensation are less driven by market-based forces but more subject to political influence. We study the political determinants of executive compensation for all listed Chinese firms in the co...
Author:Sunny Li Sun , Xiaoming Yang , Weiwen Li
Data Source:[J].Asia Pacific Journal of Management, 2014, Vol.31 (3), pp.733-761Springer
Abstract:Abstract(#br)The current study draws upon the real option portfolio theory to examine the relationship between deregulation and corporate entrepreneurship. We propose that a firm could respond to deregulation with variance-enhancing corporate entrepreneurial activities (CEAs...

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