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FREE Issue - Management in Emerging Economies

FREE Issue - Management in Emerging Economies


 Virtual Issue: Research in Emerging Economy Contexts



The journals of the International Association for Chinese Management Research and the Strategic Management Society have joined forces to bring you a FREE virtual issue:


RESEARCH IN EMERGING ECONOMY CONTEXTS
Editors' Introduction | Featured Articles


Edited by:
Will Mitchell, Co-Editor, Strategic Management Journal and
Anne S. Tsui, Editor-in-Chief, Management and Organization Review

This carefully selected collection of sixteen articles from Management and Organization Review, Strategic Management Journal, Strategic Entrepreneurship Journal, and Global Strategy Journal all explore how the context in China and other emerging markets has critical importance for future global business scholarship, practice, and policy.

EDITORS' INTRODUCTION

The twenty-first century is the century of the emerging economies, both in market growth and, just as importantly, in changes to business strategy. Based on the 2010 GDP statistics published by both the International Monetary Fund and the World Bank, the traditional BRIC (Brazil, Russia, India, and China) countries are now the seventh, eleventh, ninth, and second largest economies in the world, respectively, while the newest member of the BRICS (South Africa), is among the top thirty economies in the world. Moreover, companies based in emerging economies and those expanding into them in search of growth opportunities are experimenting with new business models even as they build on and extend traditional approaches to strategy and management. At a minimum, emerging markets will complement traditional “developed” markets in strategic importance in the foreseeable future.
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FEATURED ARTICLES

BAT BATJARGAL
The effects of network’s structural holes: Polycentric institutions, product portfolio, and new venture growth in China and Russia
Strategic Entrepreneurship Journal, Volume 4, Issue 2

SUN-KI CHAI AND MOOWEON RHEE
Confucian capitalism and the paradox of closure and structural holes in East Asian firms
Management and Organization Review¸ Volume 6, Issue 1

ABHIRUP CHAKRABARTI, ELENA VIDAL, AND WILL MITCHELL
Business transformation in heterogeneous environments: The impact of market development and firm strength on retrenchment and growth reconfiguration
Global Strategy Journal, Volume 1, Issue 1

CHRISTINE M. CHAN, SHIGE MAKINO, AND TAKEHIKO ISOBE
Does subnational region matter? Foreign affiliate performance in the United States and China
Strategic Management Journal, Volume 31, Issue 11

SEA JIN CHANG AND DEAN XU
Spillovers and competition among foreign and local firms in China
Strategic Management Journal, Volume 29, Issue 5

CHUN GUO AND JANE MILLER
Guanxi Dynamics and Entrepreneurial Firm Creation and Development in China
Management and Organization Review, Volume 6, Issue 2

JULIE JUAN LI, LAURA POPPO, AND KEVIN ZHENG ZHOU
Do managerial ties in China always produce value? Competition, uncertainty, and domestic vs. foreign firms
Strategic Management Journal, Volume 29, Issue 4

JING LI, DONG CHEN, AND DANIEL M. SHAPIRO
Product innovation in emerging economies: The role of foreign knowledge access channels and internal efforts in Chinese firms
Management and Organization Review, Volume 6, Issue 2

JI LI, KEVIN LAM, JAMES J. M. SUN, AND SHIRLEY X. Y. LIU
Strategic human resource management, institutionalization, and employment modes: an empirical study in China
Strategic Management Journal, Volume 29, Issue 3

STAN XIAO LI, XIAOTAO YAO, CHRISTINA SUE-CHAN, AND YOUMIN XI
Where do social ties come from: Institutional framework and government tie distribution among Chinese managers
Management and Organization Review, Volume 7, Issue 1

YUNSHI LIU, WEN-TING LIN, AND KUEI-YANG CHENG
Family ownership and the international involvement of Taiwan’s high-technology firms: The moderating effect of high-discretion organizational slack
Management and Organization Review, Volume 7, Issue 2

YADONG LUO, YING HUANG, AND STEPHANIE LU WANG
Guanxi and organizational performance: A meta-analysis
Management and Organization Review¸ Volume 8, Issue 1

DAVID A. RALSTON, JANE TERPSTRA-TONG, ROBERT TERPSTRA, XUELI WANG, AND CAROLYN EGRI
Today’s state-owned enterprises of China: Are they dying dinosaurs or dynamic dynamos?
Strategic Management Journal, Volume 27, Issue 9

PEI SUN, MIKE WRIGHT, AND KAMEL MELLAHI
Is entrepreneur-politician alliance sustainable during transition? The case of management buyouts in China
Management and Organization Review, Volume 6, Issue 1

ROBERT E. WHITE, ROBERT E. HOSKISSON, DAPHNE W. YIU, GARRY D. BRUTON
Employment and market innovation in Chinese business group affiliated firms: The role of group control systems
Management and Organization Review, Volume 4, Issue 2

YAN ZHANG, HAIYANG LI, YU LI, AND LI-AN ZHOU
FDI spillovers in an emerging market: The role of foreign firms’ country origin diversity and domestic firms’ absorptive capacity
Strategic Management Journal, Volume 31, Issue 9

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