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Author:Weilei (Stone) Shi , Sunny Li Sun ...
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:... David Ahlstrom , Shawn M Carraher , Weilei (Stone) Shi
Data Source:[J].Journal of International Business Studies, 2017, Vol.48 (7), pp.893-907Springer
Abstract:Leveraging the use of history to advance international business research, this article focuses on the crucial debate over intellectual property rights (IPR) between the United States and China. Ironically, during the 19th century the United States was not a leading IPR advoc...
Author:Akie Iriyama , Weilei (Stone) Shi , John E. Prescott
Data Source:[J].Asia Pacific Journal of Management, 2014, Vol.31 (1), pp.215-243Springer
Abstract:Abstract(#br)Changes in equity ownership between international joint venture (IJV) partners over an IJV life-course represent an important behavioral manifestation of relational dynamics. We examine each occurrence of equity ownership change for two salient temporal properti...
Author:... David Ahlstrom , Shawn M. Carraher , Weilei (Stone) Shi
Data Source:[J].Management and Organization Review, 2017, Vol.13 (1), pp.15-38Cambridge U Press
Abstract:ABSTRACT This article responds to recent calls for organizational research to address larger, more globally relevant questions and to pay attention to history, by analyzing the crucial debate over intellectual property rights (IPR) between the United States and China. Despite the...
Author:Weilei (Stone) Shi , Sunny Li Sun , Mike W. Peng
Data Source:[J].Journal of Management Studies, 2012, Vol.49 (7), pp.1221-1245Wiley
Abstract:abstract(#br)The differences in sub‐national institutions within large and complex emerging economies have been increasingly noted. Drawing on social network theory and the institution‐based view, we argue that two network structural attributes of domestic firms – centr...
Author:... Mike W. Peng , Weilei (Stone) Shi , Bing Ren
Data Source:[J].Strategic Management Journal, 2013, Vol.34 (11), pp.1367-1387Wiley
Abstract:A firm's structural position within corporate networks may affect the extent to which it engages in boundary stretching practices. Since social norms support low CEO compensation, offering high CEO compensation in China can be seen as a boundary stretching practice. Setting ...

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