Full Name
CHUNG CHI-NIEN
Variants
Chi-Nien, C.
Chung, C.-N.
 
Main Affiliation
 
 
Email
bizccn@nus.edu.sg
 

Publications

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Issue DateTitleAuthor(s)
12006A contingency theory of political connections: Business group diversification in emverging economiesChi-Nien, C. ; Mahmood, I. 
22007An institutional perspective on corporate restructuring of business groups in emerging economiesLuo, X.; Chung, C.-N. 
32005Antecedents and outcome of diversification-control alignment: Top 100 business groups in TaiwanFeng, M.; Chung, C.-N. 
42006Beyond Guanxi: Network contingencies in Taiwanese business groupsChung, C.-N. 
5Sep-2008CEO SUCCESSION AND FIRM PERFORMANCE: IS IT THE SAME IN EMERGING ECONOMIES?CHI-NIEN CHUNG 
6Dec-2003CHANDLER REVISITED: INTERFACE BETWEEN STRATEGY AND STRUCTURE DURING INSTITUTIONAL TRANSITIONCHI-NIEN CHUNG ; ISHTIAQ P. MAHMOOD 
7Mar-2013Filling or abusing the institutional void? Ownership and management control of public family businesses in an emerging marketLuo, X.R.; Chung, C.-N. 
82009How do corporate governance model differences affect foreign direct investment in emerging economiesLuo, X.; Chung, C.-N. ; Sobczak, M.
92008Human agents, contexts, and institutional change: The decline of family in the leadership of business groupsChung, C.-N. ; Luo, X.
10Jul-2010INSTITUTIONAL COLLISION IN CORPORATE GOVERNANCE: THE INCORPORATION OF INDEPENDENT DIRECTORS IN FAMILY FIRMS IN EMERGING ECONOMIESCHI-NIEN CHUNG ; YOUNG-CHOON KIM ; EDWARD ZAJAC
11Apr-2003INSTITUTIONAL CONDITION FOR GUANXI:THE SOCIAL ORGANIZATION OF THE INNER CIRCLE AND BUSINESS GROUP PERFORMANCE IN TAIWAN, 1973 -1996CHI-NIEN CHUNG ; XIAOWEI LUO
122008Institutional logics or agency costs: The influence of corporate governance models on business group restructuring in emerging economiesChung, C.-N. ; Luo, X.
132004Institutional Transition and Cultural Inheritance: Network Ownership and Corporate Control of Business Groups in Taiwan, 1970s-1990sChung, C.-N. 
142005Keeping it all in the family: The role of particularistic relationships in business group performance during institutional transitionLuo, X.; Chung, C.-N. 
152013Leadership succession and firm performance in an emerging economy: Successor origin, relational embeddedness, and legitimacyChung, C.-N. ; Luo, X.R.
162003Managerial structure of business groups in Taiwan: The inner circle system and its social organizationChung, C.-N. 
172001Markets, culture and institutions: The emergence of large business groups in Taiwan, 1950s-1970sChung, C.-N. 
18Apr-2012The evolving impact of combinatorial opportunities and exhaustion on innovation by business groups as market development increases : the case of Taiwan, 1981-2000Ishtiaq P. Mahmood ; Chung, Chi-Nien ; Mitchell, Will 
19May-2013The evolving impact of combinatorial opportunities and exhaustion on innovation by business groups as market development increases: The case of TaiwanMahmood, I. ; Chung, C.-N. ; Mitchell, W.
202005The janus face of intra-firm ties: Group-wide and affiliate -level innovation by multi-business firms in TaiwanChi-Nien, C. ; Mahmood, I. ; Mitchell, W.