Prof. Liu Yi

                    [1] Yi Liu. Environment, governance, controls, and radical innovation during institutional transitions.Asia Pacific Journal of Management, 2012.09 (SSCI)

                    [2] Yi Liu. Co-opetition, distributor's entrepreneurial orientation and manufacturer's knowledge acquisition: Evidence from China. Journal of Operations Management,2011.01 (SSCI)

                    [3] Yi Liu. Strategic Orientations, Knowledge Acquisition, and Firm Performance: The Perspective of the Vendor in Cross-Border Outsourcing. Journal of Management Studies,2010.12 (SSCI)

                    [4] Yadong Luo, Yi Liu, Leinan Zhang, Ying Huang. A Taxonomy of Control Mechanisms and Effects on Channel Cooperation in China. Journal of the Academy of Marketing Science. 2011.04. (SSCI)

                    [5] Yi Liu, Chenting Su, Yuan Li, Ting Liu. Managing opportunism in a developing interfirm relationship: The interrelationship of calculative and loyalty commitment. Industrial Marketing Management.2010.07(SSCI)

                    [6] Yi Liu, Yuan Li, Lei Tao and Ying Wang. Relationship stability, trust and relational risk in marketing channels: Evidence from China. Industrial Marketing Management 2008.06 (SSCI)

                    [7] Yi Liu, Li Yuan and Leinan Zhang. Control Mechanisms across a Buyer-Supplier Relationship Quality Matrix.  Journal of Business Research, 2010.01 (SSCI)

                    [8] Yi Liu, Yadong Luo, Ting Liu. Governing Buyer-Supplier Relationships through Transactional and Relational Mechanisms: Evidence from China; Journal of Operations Management, 2009.08 (for the 2009 Best Paper Award for papers published in the Journal of Operations Management). (SSCI)

                    [9] Li Yuan, Li Lin, Liu Yi, Linking management control system with product development and process decisions to cope with environment complexity, International Journal of Production Research, 2005.07 (SCI )

                    [10] Li Yuan, Zhang Chenlu, Liu Yi and Li Mingfang.  Organizational Learning, Internal Control Mechanisms and Indigenous Innovation: The Evidence from China.  IEEE TEM. 2010.02 (SSCI)

                    [11] Yi Liu, Yuan Li, Xue JQ. Ownership, strategic orientation, and internationalization in transition economies. Journal of Word Business.2011.07 (SSCI)

                    [12] Yi Liu, Yuan Li, Zelong Wei. How organizational flexibility affects new product development in an uncertain environment: Evidence from China;International Journal of Production economics, 2009.07 (SSCI)

                    [13] Yuan Li, Yi Liu, Yi Duan and Mingfang Li.  Entrepreneurial orientation, strategic flexibilities and indigenous firm innovation in transitional China. Int. J. Technology Management, 2008.01 (SSCI)

                    [14] Yuan Li, Yi Liu, Mingfang Li and Haibin Wu Transformational Offshore Outsourcing: Empirical: Evidence from Alliances in China. Journal of Operations Management,  2008.03 (SSCI)

                    [15] Li Yuan, Guo Hai, Liu Yi, Li, Mingfang. Incentive Mechanisms, Entrepreneurial Orientation and Technology Commercialization: Evidence from China's Transitional Economy. Journal of Product Innovation Management, 2008.01 ( SSCI)

                    [16] Li Yuan, Liu Yi, Ren Feng. The product innovation and process innovation in SOEs, evidence from Chinese transition, Journal of technology transfer.2007.04 (ABI)

                    [17]Yuan Li, YongFeng Sun, Yi Liu. An Empirical Study of SOEs’ Market Orientation in Transitional China, Asia Pacific Journal of Management, 2006.(ABI)

                    [18] Yuan Li, Yi Liu, Yongbin Zhao. The Role of Market and Entrepreneurship Orientation and Internal Control in the New Product Development Activities of Chinese Firms, Industrial Marketing Management, 2006.04 (SSCI)

                    [19] Yuan Li, Wei ZL, Yi Liu, 2009. Strategic orientations, knowledge acquisition and product competitive advantage:  The perspective of the vendor in cross-border outsourcing. Journal of Management Studies.2010.12 (SSCI)

                    [20] Li Yuan, Su zhongfeng, Liu Yi. Can strategic flexibility help firms profit from product innovation? Technovation,2010.05 (SSCI)

                    [21] Li Yuan, Wang LW, Liu Yi, Organizational Learning, Product Quality and Performance: The Moderating Effect of Managerial Ties in Chinese Cross-Border Outsourcing. International journal of Production Research. 2011.01 (SSCI)

                    Prof. Arie Lewin

                    [1] Lewin Arie Y. and Silvia Massini, and Carine Peeters. “The Configuration of Internal and External Practiced Routines of Absorptive Capacity”.2010.

                    [2] Lenox, Michael J., Arie Y. Lewin, and Scott F. Rockart,“Does Interdependency Affect Industry Profitability? An Empirical Investigation.” Strategic Management Journal,2010.02.

                    [3] Lewin Arie Y., Silvia Massini, Nidthida Perm-Ajchariyawong, Derek Sappenfield, and Jeff Walker, “Getting Serious About Offshoring in a Struggling Economy”, Shared Services &Outsourcing Network (SSON) Shared Services News,2009.02.

                    [4] Lewin Arie Y., Silvia Massini, Carine Peeters,“Why Are Companies Offshoring Innovation? The Emerging Global Race for Talent”, Journal of International Business Studies Palgrave Macmillan Journals, 2009.

                    [5] Daft, Richard L. and Arie Y. Lewin.“Rigor and Relevance in Organization Studies: Idea Migration and Academic Journal Evolution”, Organization Science Perspectives, 2008.01.

                    [6] Lewin, Arie Y., Manning S. & Massini, S, A Dynamic Perspective on Next-Generation Offshoring: The Global Sourcing of Science and Engineering Talent .Academy of Management Perspectives.2008.08.

                    [7] Lewin, A. Y., & Couto, V, Next generation offshoring: The globalization of innovation (Duke University CIBER/ Booz Allen Hamilton Report). Durham, NC: Duke CIBER.2008.

                    [8] Witt, Michael A. and Arie Y Lewin, “Outward foreign direct investment as escape response to home country institutional constraints”, Journal of International Business Studies,2007.07.

                    [9] Lenox Michael J., Scott F. Rockart, and Arie Y. Lewin, “Interdependency, Competition,and Industry Dynamics”, Management Science, 2007.04.

                    [10] Lewin, Arie Y., and Carine Peeters. “Offshoring Work: Business Hype or the Onset of Fundamental Transformation?”, Long Range Planning, 2006.06.

                    [11] Lenox Michael J, Scott F Rockart, Arie Y Lewin,“Interdependency, Competition, and the Distribution of Firm and Industry Profits”, Management Science.2006. 05.

                    [12] Svejenova Silviya, Mitchell P. Koza, and Arie Y. Lewin,“The Enforcement Space: A Perspective on Stability of Strategic Alliances” in Africa Ari?o and Jeffrey J Reuer (eds.)Strategic Alliances: Governance and Contracts,2006.

                    [13] Massini Silvia, Arie Y. Lewin, and Greve Henrich R,“Innovators and Imitators:Organizational Reference Groups and Adoption of Organizational Routines”, Research Policy.2005.

                    [14] Lewin Arie Y., Weigelt C.B. and Emery J.B“Adaptation and Selection in Strategy and Change: Perspectives on Strategic Change in Organizations” in M.S. Poole and Andrew H. Van de Ven (ed.) Handbook of Organizational Change and Innovation, Oxford University Press.2004.

                    [15] Lewin Arie Y. and J. Kim, “The Nation-state and Culture as Influences on Organizational Change and Innovation,” in M.S. Poole (ed.) Handbook of Oxford University Press, 2004.

                    [16] Lewin Arie Y. and Henk Volberda,“Co-evolutionary Dynamics within and Between Firms: From Evolution to Co-evolution”, Journal of Management Studies,2003.

                    [17] Lewin Arie Y. and Silvia Massini,“Knowledge Creation and Organizational Capabilities of Innovating and Imitating Firms,” in H. Tsoukas and N. Mylonopoulos (eds.) Organizations as Knowledge Systems, 2003.

                    [18] Lewin Arie Y. and Henk Volberda, “The Future of Organization Theory: Beyond the Selection –Adaptation Debate”, In H. Tsoukas, George D. Mavros and Christian Knudsen (eds), The Oxford Handbook of Organization Theory, Oxford University Press.2003.

                    [19] Lewin Arie Y., Silvia Massini, Winfried Ruigrok and Tsuyoshi Numagami, “Convergence and Divergence of Organizing: The Moderating Effect of Nation State,” in Andrew Pettigrew et al, (eds),Innovating Forms of Organizing, Sage Publications.2003.

                    [20] Lewin Arie Y. and Mitchell Koza,“Coevolutionary Processes of Strategic Adaptation and Change: The Promise and the Challenge of Empirical Research”, In Lewin Arie Y. and Mitchell Koza (eds) “Multi Level of Analyses and Coevolution”, Special Issue of Organization Studies.2002.04.

                    [21] Massini Silvia, Arie Y. Lewin, Andrew Pettigrew and Tsuyoshi Numagami,”The Evolution of Organizational Routines among Large Western and Japanese Firms,” Research Policy.2002.

                    [22] Lewin Arie Y., Tomoaki Sakano, and Naoko Yamada,“Options for Strategic Change:Exploration or Exploitation in Marketing as Sources for New Wealth Creation,” in Hendrik Meyer-Ohle and Jochen Legewie (eds.), Corporate Strategies for Southeast Asia After the Crisis: A Comparison of Multinational Firms from Japan to Europe. Macmillan Press, London.2002.

                    [23] Lewin Arie Y. and Mitchell P. Koza,“Managing Partnerships and Strategic Alliances:Raising the Odds of Success,” April, European Management Journal.2002.

                    Prof. Zhou Lin

                    [1] Sun, GZ; Yang, XK; Zhou, L. General equilibria in large economies with endogenous structure of division of labor. Journal of Economic Behavior & Organization.2004(10).237-256.
                    [2] Zhou,L. The structure of Nash equilibrium sets of standard 2-player games. Economic Theory. 2005(8).301-308.
                    [3]Xu,YS; Zhou, L. Rationalizability of choice functions by game trees. Journal of Economic Theory.2007(5).548-556.
                    [4]Zhou,L. Nash implementation in pure public good economies. Economics Letters.2008(6).470-473.


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