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The University of Hong Kong289
Stakeholder Relationship Capability and Firm Innovation: A Contingent Analysis59
How foreign firms curtail local supplier opportunism in China: Detailed contracts, centralized control, and relational governance93
Are Political Ties and Market Capabilities Complements or Substitutes for Firm Performance? Evidence from China118
The Economic and Social Embeddedness of Relational Governance: An Empirical Study Exploring Origins and Effectiveness447
The effects of business and political ties on firm performance: Evidence from China233
Contract specificity and supplier performance in China: the contingent roles of institutional environments34
External learning, market dynamics, and radical innovation: Evidence from China's high-tech firms203
Exchange Hazards, Trust, and Contract in China: The Contingent Role of Legal Enforceability156
The effects of customer and competitor orientations on performance in global markets: A contingency analysis202
How to Develop Strategy Studies with Unique China Features?40
Does customer participation hurt new product development performance? Customer role, product newness, and conflict32
Compliance or resistance: firms' responses to corruption and performance in an emerging economy64
How Can International Ventures Utilize Marketing Capability in Emerging Markets? Its Contingent Effect on New Product Development28
Drinking Poison to Quench Thirst: Does Bribery Foster Firm Performance in China?4
How to Publish at Top-Tier Journals: Contractual and Relational Governance17
The Evolving Role of Managerial Ties and Firm Capabilities in an Emerging Economy: Evidence from China54
Alternative origins to interorganizational trust: An interdependence perspective on the shadow of the past and the shadow of the future214
Suppressing partner opportunism in emerging markets: Contextualizing institutional forces in supply chain management31
Social alienation in a transitional economy: Antecedents and impact on attitude toward social reform173
Green Practices and Customer Evaluations of the Service Experience: The Moderating Roles of External Environmental Factors and Firm Characteristics12
Face Consciousness and Risk Aversion: Do They Affect Consumer Decision-Making?109
Market orientation, competitive advantage, and performance: A demand-based perspective173
When West Meets East: Strategic Choices during Institutional Changes in China16
The Role of Strategic Flexibility on Knowledge Exploitation and Exploration98
Market Knowledge Tacitness and SMEs' New Product Performance39
Performance Feedback and Export Intensity of Chinese Private Firms: Moderating Roles of Institution-related Factors15
The dynamic interplay of contracts and trust: Untangling between-and within-dyad effects24
Exporting and product innovation of Chinese firms: the contingent role of institutional development and foreign competitor intensity79
Strategic Orientation, Foreign Parent Control, and Differentiation Capability Building of International Joint Ventures in an Emerging Market39
How Foreign Firms Achieve Competitive Advantage in Emerging Economies: Managerial Ties and Market Orientation99
Is Failure the Mother of Success? Prior Failure Experience and Cross-border M&A Completion by Emerging Market Firms12
Institutional Forces And Customer Participation In New Product Development: A Yin-yang Perspective20
Ambidexterity in International Joint Ventures: Moderating Roles of Institutional and Relational Factors116
Government role, governance mechanisms, and foreign partner opportunism in IJVs89
Global brand expansion: How to select a market entry strategy92
Motivating absorptive capacity development: the roles of incentives, leadership, and teamwork46
How strategic orientations influence the building of dynamic capability in emerging economies157
Relational ties or customized contracts? An examination of alternative governance choices in China124
The Dyadic Governance: Joint Trust, Trust Asymmetry, and Exchange Performance84
Product newness and product performance in new ventures: Contingent roles of market knowledge breadth and tacitness33
Product Innovativeness and Product Performance of New Ventures in China61
Governing interfirm knowledge transfer in the Chinese market: The interplay of formal and informal mechanisms78
Institutions and Opportunism in Buyer–Supplier Exchanges: The Moderated Mediating Effects of Contractual and Relational Governance30
Examining the conditional limits of relational governance: Specialized assets, performance ambiguity, and long-standing ties179
A contingency view of external learning and radical innovation in Chinese high-tech industry67
NPD speed vs. innovativeness: The contingent impact of institutional and market environments77
Innovation, imitation, and new product performance: The case of China166
Is more knowledge always better? The effect of knowledge breadth and depth on new product performance104
When Can You Trust ‘Trust'? Calculative Trust, Relational Trust, and Supplier Performance145
How foreign firms achieve competitive advantage in the Chinese emerging economy: Managerial ties and market orientation245
Harmonizing conflict in husband-wife purchase decision making: Perceived fairness and spousal influence dynamics62
Active trust development of local senior managers in international subsidiaries114
How do incentives motivate absorptive capacity development? The mediating role of employee learning and relational contingencies57
On what should firms focus in transitional economies? A study of the contingent value of strategic orientations in China174
Employee's perceptions of market orientation in a transitional economy: China as an example143
Relational Contracts in China: Relational Governance and Contractual Assurance95
Performance implications of marketing, technological, and production capabilities: an institutional perspective113
Are relational ties always good for knowledge acquisition? Buyer-supplier exchanges in China144
The crowding-out effects of political ties on market capabilities: evidence from China160
Are Relational Ties Always Good for Knowledge Acquisition? Buyer–Supplier Exchanges in China108
How to Enhance Supplier Performance in China: An Integrative View of Partner Selection and Partner Control?104
Customer orientation or competitor orientation: Which marketing strategy has a higher payoff for hotel brands?79
The Effects of Strategic Orientations on Technology- and Market-based Breakthrough Innovations222
How to Publish at Top-Tier Journals: Contractual and Relational Governance19
Technological capability growth and performance outcome: Foreign versus local firms in China77
Untangling the safeguarding and coordinating functions of contracts: Direct and contingent value in China41
Organizational changes in emerging economies: Drivers and consequences171
Strategic consensus and firm performance: beyond management teams103
Is ambidexterity strategy beneficial to international joint venture performance?20
Innovation, Imitation, and New Product Performance: The Case of China95
Development and validation of an instrument to measure user perceived service quality of information presenting Web portals203
Is product imitation good for firm performance? An examination of product imitation types and contingency factors233
Marketing Strategies of Emerging Market Firms112
How does strategic orientation matter in Chinese firms?167
Competitive position, managerial ties, and profitability of foreign firms in China: An interactive perspective192
Does Marketing Orientation Lead to Poor Breakthrough Innovation?98
Market Orientation or Managerial Ties? How Foreign Firms Achieve Competitive Advantage in Emerging Economies94
Managing Contracts for Fairness in Buyer-Supplier Exchanges54
Are political ties and market capabilities complements or substitutes in fostering firm performance? Evidence from China161
Do Political Ties Facilitate Operational Efficiency? A Contingent Political Embeddedness Perspective4
Deviant versus Aspirational Risk Taking: The Effects of Performance Feedback on Bribery Expenditure and R&D Intensity295
Core Capabilities or Core Rigidities? Strategic Flexibility, Knowledge Exploitation, and Knowledge Exploration97
When More is Better: A Contingent View of Alliance Partner Multiplicity and A Focal Firm’s Product Innovation Performance in China32
How does technological diversity in supplier network drive buyer innovation? Relational process and contingencies138
State Ownership and Product Innovation in China: An Integrated View of Institutional and Efficiency Logics351
How do enhanced and unique features affect new product preference? the moderating role of product familiarity94
The effects of strategic orientations on technology- and market-based breakthrough innovations436
Broadening the foreign market entry mode decision: Separating ownership and control201
Financial Munificence, R&D Intensity, and New Venture Survival: Critical Roles of CEO Attributes3
E-platform Use and Exporting in the Context of Alibaba: A Signaling Theory Perspective155
Technological capability, strategic flexibility, and product innovation135
Express: Is Ambidextrous Innovation Strategy Beneficial to International Joint Venture Performance? Evidence from China44
Relational mechanisms, formal contracts, and local knowledge acquisition by international subsidiaries194
The Origins of Trust Asymmetry in International Relationships: An Institutional View48
Environmental Strategy, Institutional Force, and Innovation Capability: A Managerial Cognition Perspective72
Exchange Hazards, Trust, and Contracts in China: The Contingent Role of Legal Enforceability134
How Green Management Influences Product Innovation in China: The Role of Institutional Benefits123
Is Interpersonal Guanxi Beneficial in Fostering Interfirm Trust? The Contingent Effect of Institutional- and Individual-Level Characteristics21
Market orientation, job satisfaction, product quality, and firm performance: Evidence from China216
Asset Specificity Asymmetry and Supplier Opportunism in Buyer–Supplier Exchanges5
Resolving tensions and disbelief in Trust Research: Calculative versus Relational Trust in Inter-Organizational Exchanges105
The Effect of Institutional Environment and Governance Choices on IJV Foreign Partner Opportunism72
Is more knowledge always better? The effect of knowledge breadth and depth on new product performance114
A paradox of price-quality and market efficiency: A comparative study of the US and China markets178
A Contingent View of Partner Coopetition in International Joint Ventures58
Is Money Always Good for New Venture R&D and Survival? The Dark Side of Financial Munificence14
Exchange hazards, relational reliability, and contracts in China: The contingent role of legal enforceability118
Network-based market knowledge and product innovativeness182
Employee's Perceptions of Market Orientation in a Transitional Economy: China as an Example86
How Strategic Orientations Influence the Building of Dynamic Capabilities in Emerging Economies95
Strategic orientation, foreign parent control, and differentiation capability building of international joint ventures in an emerging market105
Exporting and product innovation of Chinese Firms: the contingent role of institutional development and foreign competitor intensity82
On What Should Firms Focus in Times of Turbulence? An Empirical Study of Strategic Orientation and Performance in China94
Exploitative-explorative strategy in IJVs: moderating role of partner competition and coordination76
How IJVs build differentiation capability in China? To be technology-oriented or customer-oriented?27
The Formation of Business Ties in China: A Strategic Perspective133
Do managerial ties in China always produce value? Competition, uncertainty, and domestic vs. foreign firms126
How Does Environmental Corporate Social Responsibility Matter in a Dysfunctional Institutional Environment? Evidence from China127
How Does Human Capital Foster Product Innovation? The Contingent Roles of Industry Cluster Features17
Developing strategic orientation in China: Antecedents and consequences of market and innovation orientations210
The Impact of Maoist Communist Ideology on Patent Applications and Infringement128
How knowledge affects radical innovation: Knowledge base, market knowledge acquisition, and internal knowledge sharing567
Exploitation and Exploration in International Joint Ventures: Moderating Effects of Partner Control Imbalance and Product Similarity96
Managerial Ties in China: When Do They Bolster and Damage Performance?159