Chi-Nien Chung
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Keeping it all in the family: The role of particularistic relationships in business group performance during institutional transition
X Luo, CN Chung
Administrative Science Quarterly 50 (3), 404-439, 2005
3842005
When and how does business group affiliation promote firm innovation? A tale of two emerging economies
SJ Chang, CN Chung, IP Mahmood
Organization science 17 (5), 637-656, 2006
3352006
Markets, culture and institutions: The emergence of large business groups in Taiwan, 1950s–1970s
C Chung
Journal of management studies 38 (5), 719-745, 2001
1882001
Leadership succession and firm performance in an emerging economy: Successor origin, relational embeddedness, and legitimacy
CN Chung, XR Luo
Strategic Management Journal 34 (3), 338-357, 2013
1842013
Institutional logics or agency costs: The influence of corporate governance models on business group restructuring in emerging economies
CN Chung, X Luo
Organization Science 19 (5), 766-784, 2008
1812008
Filling or abusing the institutional void? Ownership and management control of public family businesses in an emerging market
XR Luo, CN Chung
Organization Science 24 (2), 591-613, 2013
1442013
Beyond guanxi: Network contingencies in Taiwanese business groups
CN Chung
Organization studies 27 (4), 461-489, 2006
1002006
Portfolios of political ties and business group strategy in emerging economies: Evidence from Taiwan
H Zhu, CN Chung
Administrative Science Quarterly 59 (4), 599-638, 2014
982014
How do corporate governance model differences affect foreign direct investment in emerging economies?
X Luo, CN Chung, M Sobczak
Journal of International Business Studies 40 (3), 444-467, 2009
952009
Human agents, contexts, and institutional change: The decline of family in the leadership of business groups
CN Chung, X Luo
Organization Science 19 (1), 124-142, 2008
902008
Managerial structure of business groups in Taiwan: The inner circle system and its social organization
CHIN CHUNG
The Developing Economies 41 (1), 37-64, 2003
482003
The evolving impact of combinatorial opportunities and exhaustion on innovation by business groups as market development increases: The case of Taiwan
I Mahmood, CN Chung, W Mitchell
Management Science 59 (5), 1142-1161, 2013
382013
Taiwanese business groups: steady growth in institutional transition
CN Chung, IP Mahmood
Business groups in East Asia: Financial crisis, restructuring, and new …, 2006
382006
Incentive or disincentive? A socioemotional wealth explanation of new industry entry in family business groups
Q Gu, JW Lu, CN Chung
Journal of Management 45 (2), 645-672, 2019
302019
Ties to unbind: Political ties and firm sell-offs during institutional transition
W Zheng, K Singh, CN Chung
Journal of Management 43 (7), 2005-2036, 2017
262017
Business groups in Taiwan
CN Chung, IP Mahmood
The Oxford handbook of business groups, 2010
222010
Institutional Transition and Cultural Inheritance: Network Ownership and Corporate Control of Business Groups in Taiwan, 1970s–1990s
C Chung
International sociology 19 (1), 25-50, 2004
212004
Networks and governance in trade associations: AEIC and NELA in the development of the American electricity industry 1885–1910
C Chung
International Journal of Sociology and Social Policy, 1997
141997
Political connections and business strategy in dynamic environments: How types and destinations of political ties affect business diversification in closed and open political …
I Mahmood, CN Chung, W Mitchell
Global Strategy Journal 7 (4), 375-399, 2017
132017
Markets, Culture and Institutions: The Formation and Transformation of Business Groups in Taiwan, 1960S-1990S
C Chung
Stanford University, 2000
82000
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