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PhD - Management University of Cambridge - 1997
L.L.B. Peking University - 1992
M.B.A. Chinese University of Hong Kong - 1986
B.Soc.Sco - Economics University of Hong Kong - 1983
Organizational learning, foreign direct investment, strategic alliances, and philosophical analysis of methodological issues.
Historical Ties and Foreign Direct Investment: An Exploratory Study. With S. Makino. Journal of International Business Studies. 2011 - Publication
How Contrastive Explanation Facilitates Theory Building. With F. Ellsaesser. Academy of Management Review. 2011 - Publication
Networks and Cronyism: A Social Exchange Analysis. With T. Begley and K. Naresh. Asia Pacific Journal of Management. 27.2 (2010): 281-297. 2010 - Publication
Testing Management Theories: Critical Realist Philosophy and Methods. With K. Miller. Strategic Management Journal. 2010 - Publication
Commentary - Assumptions, Explanation, and Prediction in Marketing Science:“It’s the Findings, Stupid, Not the Assumptions”. Marketing Science. 28.5 (2009): 986-990. 2009 - Publication
How Do Internal Capabilities and External Partnerships Affect Innovativeness? With M. Peng and Y. Su. Asia Pacific Journal of Management. 26.2 (2009): 309-331. 2009 - Publication
In entrepreneurship research, the idea that entrepreneurial opportunities are waiting to be discovered has been challenged by researchers who believe that they are instead created by the entrepreneurs.
Now, a study from The University of Texas at Dallas offers a third view — the actualization approach — as a possibility.
When a customer shops in a clothing store, a sales associate may learn more about what the customer wants by initiating a conversation, or he or she may recommend pieces to complete an ensemble. To provide more personalized services, a store may create a brief record of its regular customers.
A new study from The University of Texas at Dallas finds that a retail store should share these customer service experiences with other units in the same chain to have more innovative behavior in its own store.