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Day 1, June 15, 2006, Thursday


Session 1      Keynote Panel 1 - Strategic Management Research in China: The
Integration of Chinese and Western Strategic Management Models
8:15-10:30
Venue: Grand Ballroom A&B, 2nd floor
Chair and Discussant: Michael Hitt, Texas A&M University
Panel:
Management research in China versus Chinese management research Jay Barney, Ohio
        State University,
Refocusing large Chinese diversified business groups: Balancing institutional change,
         transaction and organization costs Robert Hoskisson, Arizona State University,
International expansion of Chinese enterprises: A springboard perspective Yadong Luo,
        University of Miami,
Presumptive adaption and the growth of foreign franchise in China Gabriel Szulanski,
         INSEAD


Session 2a    Institutional change and transformation
11:00 – 12:30
Venue: Luyuan A, 2nd floor
Chair: Mingfang Li, California State University
From initial commitment to economic regimes to business systems: Institutional change
         in transition economies. The case of China, Barbara Krug, Rotterdam School of
         Management and UTS, Hans Hendrischke, University of New South Wales
Imitation to creation: The critical yet uncertain transition for Chinese firms, Wei Xie,
       Tsinghua University, Steven White, INSEAD
Human agents, contexts, and institutional change: The decline of family in the leadership
         of Taiwanese business groups, Chi-Nien Chung, National University of
        Singapore, Xiaowei Luo, University of Illinois at Urbana - Champaign
Discussant: Joseph Galaskiewicz, University of Arizona


Session 2b    Guanxi and Asian management research
11:00 – 12:30
Venue: Qinyuan, 2nd floor


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Chair: Ingmar Bjorkman, Swedish School of Economics and Business
A critical analysis of Guanxi and its negative externality in Chinese organizations, Chao
         C. Chen, Rutgers University, Xiao-Ping Chen, University of Washington,
          James Meindl, SUNY at Buffalo
Culture, face and closure in international negotiations, Leigh Anne Liu, Georgia State
        University, Ray Friedman and Bruce Barry, Vanderbilt University, Michele J.
        Gelfand, University of Maryland, Zhixue Zhang, Peking University
Guanxi quality and the effectiveness of knowledge transfer: An interpersonal trust
         perspective, Xiang-Yu Gao, Xian Jiaotong University
Discussant: Douglas Guthrie, New York University


Session 2c    HRM practices and employee and firm outcomes
11:00 – 12:30
Venue: Yuyuan, 2nd floor
Chair: Feirong Yuan, University of Kansas
The empirical research of external environment, human resource management practice
         and performance, Jiangru Wei, Nanjing University
Capability of strategic implementation: A mediator to the relationship between high
         performance working system and firm performance, Yichi Zhang, Jian Han
        and Shuling Li, Peking University
Burnout and its consequences among airline employees in China, Louise Tourigny,
         University of Wisconsin-Whitewater, Vishwanath V. Baba, Mcmaster University,
         Xiaoyun Wang, University of Manitoba, Weimin Liu, China Civil Aviation
        Management Institute
Discussant: Eric Tsang, Wayne State University


Session 2d    Schwartz, Hofstede and Confucius: Cultural value systems
11:00 – 12:30
Venue: Mingyuan, 2nd floor
Chair: Dora Lau, The Chinese University of Hong Kong
Antecedents and outcomes of work-family balance: Evidence from China, Stella E.
         Anderson and Betty S. Coffey, Appalachian State University, Yongqiang Liu
         and Shuming Zhao, Nanjing University
Four tigers and the dragon: Values differences, similarities, and consensus, Ho-Beng
         Chia, National University of Singapore, Carolyn P. Egri, Simon Fraser
         University, David A. Ralston, University of Oklahoma, Ping-Ping Fu, The


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         Chinese University of Hong Kong, Christine M. H. Kuo, Yuan-Ze University,
         Chay-Hoon Lee, Nanyang Technological University, Yongyuan Li, Chinese
         Academy of Sciences, Yong-Lin, Moon, Seoul National University
A critique of Hofstede’s methodology in cross-cultural research from the Chinese
         dialectic perspective, Xibao Zhang and Hepu Deng, RMIT University
Cultural groups within a company: Can the Schwarz/Hofstede groups be identified with
         job satisfaction data of a multinational organization? Cong Liu, Illinois State
         University, Paul Spector, University of South Florida, Ingwer Borg, University
        of Giessen and Center for Survey Methods and Analysis (ZUMA)
Discussant: Kwok Leung, City University of Hong Kong


Session 2e    Joint ventures and acquisitions
11:00 – 12:30
Venue: Tianyuan, 2nd floor
Chair: Mary Teagarden, Thunderbird
An institutional-based view of international business strategy: A focus on emerging
         economies, Mike W. Peng, University of Texas at Dallas, Denis Y. L. Wang,
        The Chinese University of Hong Kong, Yi Jiang, The Ohio State University
A new typology of IJVs and its performance implications: The effect of firm size and size
         differences, Xufei Ma, National University of Singapore
Contractual joint ventures in China: Role of institutions and economic organisations in
         safeguarding economic exchange, Yue Wang, University of New South Wales,
        Stephen Nicholas, University of Newcastle
Discussant: Aimin Yan, Boston University


Session 2f    Organizational learning and knowledge creation
11:00 – 12:30
Venue: Chang Baishan Hall, 38th floor
Chair: Jia Lin Xie, University of Toronto
Social capital, organizational learning and knowledge creation in aircraft projects of
         China, Jijiao Jiang, Northwestern Polytechnical University
Organizational social capital and group knowledge creation—A study in Chinese
         high-tech organizations, Jar-Der Luo, Tsinghua University, Wei-Sheng Hui,
        Yuan-Ze University
Organizational learning: Structure and its effectiveness of Chinese companies, Haibo Yu,
         Beijing Normal University, Liluo Fang, Chinese Academy of Sciences,


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        Wenquan Ling, Guangzhou University
Discussant: David Whetten, Brigham Young University


Session 2g      Poster session: Organizational behavior, strategy and international
business
11:00 – 12:30
Venue: Charlie’s Hall, 3rd floor
Coordinator: Julius Johnson, University of Missouri—St. Louis
   1. Relationship between organizational factors and R&D-marketing interface
       harmony, Xin-mei Liu and Zhi Liu, Xian Jiaotong University
   2. The globalization of the Shanghai garment trade association: A case study, Nadia
      Ballard, Mercado Management Services, LLC and Ilan Alon, Rollins College
   3. Toward an integrative framework for testing the success of the family business
       succession process, Junsheng Dou, Zhejiang University
   4. The mediating roles of personal learning and social interaction in mentor
      outcomes, Donald (Dong) Liu, The Chinese University of Hong Kong, Jun Liu,
      Renmin University, Michael Kwan, The Chinese University of Hong Kong
   5. Size and age revisited: Mergers and acquisitions’ long-term influences on
      organizational growth, Xiaoqu Luo, Stanford University
   6. The effects of tacit knowledge on innovation selection: A perspective of
       organizational flexibility, Yuan Li, Yaqun Yi and Feng Ren, Xian Jiaotong
      University
   7. Organizational culture moderating the market orientation – employees’
      intrapreneurial behaviors relationship and performance implication, Liyun Sun,
      Guicheng Shi and Hong Gao, Macau University of Science and Technology
   8. Consolidation in Chinese multiple retail market: What does a highly concentrated
      market mean? Tong Yang, University of Birmingham
   9. Corporate philanthropy as a business norm for multinational corporations entering
       a host country, Wei He, Indiana State University, Lihua Zhang, Renmin
       University of China
   10. Corporate divestiture intensity in an emerging economy: A strategic response and
       agency perspective, Jianfeng Wu, Peking University, Hongfei Tang, Purdue
       University


Session 3     Lunch, Welcome and Appreciation
12:30 – 14:00


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Venue: Grand Ballroom A&B, 2nd floor
Chairs: Anne S. Tsui, Arizona State University, Xiaoping Chen, University of Washington,
       and Shuming Zhou, Nanjing University, China


Session 4a    FDI and knowledge transfer
14:00 – 15:30
Venue: Luyuan A, 2nd floor
Chair: Steven White, INSEAD
Impact of manufacturing FDI on the growth of China's tertiary sector, Xiaolan Feng,
       Peking University
Knowledge transfer success: The role of recipient adaptation, Bernard M. Wolf, York
       University and Marshall Shibing Jiang, Brock University
Knowledge transfer to sino-foreign joint ventures: An organizational unlearning
        perspective, Eric W. K. Tsang, Wayne State University
Discussant: Mike W. Peng, University of Texas at Dallas


Session 4b    National technology development zones, R&D investments, and
technology assessments
14:00 – 15:30
Venue: Qinyuan, 2nd floor
Chair: Klaus Meyer, University of Reading
Exploring the relationship between geographic proximity and growth in China’s
        technology development zones – implications for national technology
         development, Yan Zhang and Haiyang Li, Rice University, Claudia Bird
         Schoonhoven, University of California, Irvine
National R&D investment effectiveness in developing nations - An empirical study in
         China, Ping Shi, Northwest University, Jiaqin Yang, Georgia College and State
         University
Chinese vs. foreign views regarding technology assessment: Convergent or divergent?,
        Dominique R. Jolly, CERAM Sophia Antipolis
Discussant: Michael Hitt, Texas A&M University


Session 4c    Human resource management in China
14:00 – 15:30
Venue: Yuyuan, 2nd floor
Chair: Jian Han, Peking University


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An investigation of the performance appraisal process in Chinese companies versus US
         based MNCs, Yunxia Feng, Nanjing University, Edward F. McDonough III,
        Northeastern University
Retrospective and prospective look on HRM research in China: Implications for future
         study, Cherrie Zhu, Bruce Thomson and Helen De Cieri, Monash University
Strategic human resources as a dynamic process in international management under
          predetermined time, stage and market condition: Theorizing from the case of
         Spanish firms in China, Yingying Zhang, Simon Dolan and Tony Lingham,
        ESADE
Discussant: Richard Arvey, University of Minnesota


Session 4d    Abusive supervision and dark side of LMX
14:00 – 15:30
Venue: Mingyuan, 2nd floor
Chair: Zhixing Xiao, CEIBS
Abusive supervision and emotional exhaustion: Dispositional antecedents and boundaries,
         Tsung-Yu Wu, Soochow University, Changya Hu, National Taiwan University
        of Science and Technology
An empirical study on the process model of abusive supervision in China, Samuel Aryee,
         Aston University, Zhenxiong Chen, The Australian National University, Liyun
         Sun, Macau University of Science and Technology, Yaw A. Debrah, Brunel
         University
Differentiation justified? Possible dark side of leader-member exchange, Li Ma,
        Washington University, Qing Qu, Tsinghua University
Discussant: Jiing-Lih Larry Farh, HKUST


Session 4e    Executive compensation and teams
14:00 – 15:30
Venue: Tianyuan, 2nd floor
Chair: Xin Yao, Wichita State University
Corporate tournament and executive compensation in a transitional economy: Evidence
         from China’s publicly-listed firms, Chen Lin, University of Florida, Wei Shen,
          University of Florida, Dongwei Su, Jinan University
Safety is not enough: team psychological safety, organizational citizenship behavior, and
          team innovation, Yi Tang, Hong Kong University of Science and Technology
The determinants of executive pay in Chinese public firms, Xiao Wang, Peking


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        University
Discussant: Brian Boyd, Arizona State University


Session 4f      Symposium: Making Teams Effective in China
14:00 – 15:30
Venue: Chang Baishan Hall, 38th floor
Chair: Paul S. Hempel, City University of Hong Kong, Dean Tjosvold, Lingnan
University
Panel:
Antecedents and consequences of team empowerment in Chinese high-technology
         companies, Paul S. Hempel, City University of Hong Kong and Zhi-xue Zhang,
        Peking University
Resolving ethical conflicts: The contribution of goal interdependence and constructive
         controversy in China, Robin Snell and Dean Tjosvold, Lingnan University and
         Sofia Su Fang, Shanghai University of Finance and Economics
Creativity as an individual or collective activity: The impact of values, regulatory focus,
         and performance context on creativity, Christina Sue-Chan, City University of
         Hong Kong and Miriam Erez, Israel Institute of Technology
Can an innovation strategy and decentralization guarantee high performance? Effects of
         process conflict on team performance in Chinese high-technology companies,
         Zhi-xue Zhang, Peking University, Paul S. Hempel, City University of Hong
         Kong, Yu-Lan Han, Peking University and Anne S. Tsui, Arizona State
         University


Session 4g      Poster session: Managerial practices, executive leadership and
corporate governance
14:00 – 15:30
Venue: Charlie’s Hall, 3rd floor
Coordinator: Xiaohua Yang, Queensland University of Technology
   1. Explore or exploit: The role of corporate entrepreneurship and social network in
       Chinese new ventures, Chunyan Jiang, The Chinese University of Hong Kong,
      Shuming Zhao, Nanjing University
   2. Social tie, social capital, and social behavior: A trust-option duality model of
      informal exchange, Peter Ping Li, California State University, Stanislaus




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   3. An empirical research on conflict and its handling of Chinese top managers,
      Guofeng Wang and Runtian Jing, University of Electronic Science and
      Technology of China
   4. Managerial practices in a transitional Chinese organization, Jia Wang, Barry
       University, Greg G. Wang, James Madison University, Xiangquan Zeng, China
      Renmin University
   5. In search of cohesiveness: A Chinese internet startup’s interaction with its
       international board of directors, Lin Xu, Babson College
   6. Network development and social capital creation in the internationalization of
      Chinese SMEs, Yee Kwan Tang, University of Strathclyde
   7. The relationships of power distance with R&D learning-related working
       environment, Yi Zhang, Tom Begley and Aidan Kelly, University College Dublin
   8. The impact of TMT governance on Chinese firm performance: An introduction of
       the Chinese corporate governance index, Wei-an Li, Guo-ping Zhang, Nankai
      University, Michael N. Young, The Chinese University of Hong Kong
   9. Rational entrepreneurship in local China: Firm, exit, voice and taxation, Ze Zhu,
       Erasmus University Rotterdam
   10. Expanding the language of cultural competence: A social constructionist
       perspective, Fred Kwong, Benedictine University – Lisle
   11. An empirical study of corporate governance in sino-foreign joint ventures, Chun
       Jiang, University of Technology, Sydney
   12. The characteristics of China’s joint stock firms and different theoretical
       explanations, Ji Li, Hong Kong Baptist University, Gongming Qian and Kevin
       Lam, The Chinese University of Hong Kong, Jun-Chen Hu, Fudan University


Session 5       Keynote Panel 2 - Organizational behavior: Do Western theories apply
to the Chinese context?
15:45 – 18:00
Venue: Grand Ballroom A&B, 2nd floor
Chairs and Discussants: John Child, University of Birmingham and Michael Morris,
Columbia University
Panel
Social exchange and work outcomes among is professionals: The mediating role of
       perceived organizational support Kathryn M. Bartol, University of Maryland
Which way through the open door? A new perspective on the internationalization of
      Chinese firms Max Boisot, INSEAD and Marshall W. Meyer, University of


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       Pennsylvania
Resolving disputes with a third party at the table: A comparative study in China, Japan,
       and the U.S. using entity and dynamic system approaches Jeanne M. Brett,
      Northwestern University
Government facilitation and the kinds of organizations needed to build national wealth
       Jone L. Pearce, University of California, Irvine


Session 6       Opening Dinner and Executive Speaker
18:30 – 20:30
Venue: Grand Ballroom A&B, 2nd floor
Chair: Weiying Zhang, Peking University

Speaker: Captain Jia-fu Wei, COSCO, IACMR Distinguished Executive Award
winner – “From Asset-owning to Asset-controlling: Innovation and Exploration at
COSCO”《从拥有资产经营到控制资产经营:中远集团的经营创新和探索》




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Day 2, June 16, 2006, Friday

Session 7      Keynote Panel 3 - The Social and Institutional Contexts of Chinese
Business Organizations
8:15 – 10:30
Venue: Grand Ballroom A&B, 2nd floor
Chair and Discussant: Joseph Galaskiewicz, University of Arizona
Panel:
Governance, not ownership, if the issue: Explaining the success of China’s
         publicly-traded firms Douglas Guthrie, New York University
Bureaucracy, markets and the corporation Victor Nee, Cornell University
The sociology of Chinese organizations: A critical survey Xueguang Zhou, Duke
         University


Session 8a    SOE, corporate governance, and privatization
11:00 – 12:30
Venue: Luyuan A, 2nd floor
Chair: David Ralston, The University of Oklahoma
The corporate network of interlocking directorates, corporate governance, and firm
        performance in China’s transitional economy, Ren Bing, Nankai Business
          School, Kevin Y. Au, The Chinese University of Hong Kong
Privatization mode, adaptive capacity, and survival of privatization projects, Yi Jiang,
        The Ohio State University, Mike W. Peng, The University of Texas at Dallas
Developing a taxonomy of SOE governance in transitional China, Jinyang Hua,
         Shanghai University of Finance and Business, Paul Miesing, University at
        Albany, State University of New York
Discussant: Jone L. Pearce, University of California, Irvine


Session 8b    Foreign entry, expansion, and competitiveness
11:00 – 12:30
Venue: Qinyuan, 2nd floor
Chair: Michael Young, The Chinese University of Hong Kong
Antecedents of international expansion in Chinese state-owned enterprises, Xiaohua
         Yang, Queensland University of Technology
Globalization pressures and cross-national diffusion of foreign market entry in China,
         Jiatao Li and Jing Yu Yang, Hong Kong University of Science and Technology,


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         Deborah R. Yue, Stanford Graduate School of Business
Equity or non-equity based entry mode choice? The dilemma of international hotel
         MNCs in China, Victor Z. Huang and Frank W. Roche, University College
        Dublin
Discussant: Robert Hoskisson, Arizona State University


Session 8c    Leadership and motivation
11:00 – 12:30
Venue: Yuyuan, 2nd floor
Chair: Katherine Xin, CEIBS
The relationship between fit of personal orientations and tasks, organization-based
         self-esteem and employee outcomes, Chun Hui, The Chinese University of
         Hong Kong, Cynthia Lee, Northeastern University, Xiongying Niu, University
       of International Business and Economics
The moderating role of emotional intelligence on the relationship between organizational
         leadership and employee commitment, Weiku Wu, Tsinghua University, Yi Liu,
         Beijing Institute of Graphic Communication, Jiwen Song and Jun Liu, Renmin
         University of China
Does participative leadership enhance work performance by inducing empowerment or
         trust? The differential effects on subordinate managers and employees, Xu
         Huang, Hong Kong Polytechnic University, Aili Liu, China Mobile, Joyce Iun,
        Hong Kong Polytechnic University
Discussant: Ingmar Bjorkman, Swedish School of Economics and Business


Session 8d    Teams
11:00 – 12:30
Venue: Mingyuan, 2nd floor
Chair: Zhenxiong Chen, The Australian National University
Effects of trusting and being trusted on team citizenship behaviors in Chain stores, Dora
         C. Lau, The Chinese University of Hong Kong, Long W. Lam, University of
         Macau
Does the difference make a difference? The moderating role of the variance of LMX
         within the team in the LMX-OCB relation, Xin Wu, Beihang University,
       Zhiming Wu and De Zhang, Tsinghua University
Teamwork orientation as a new component of goal orientation: A theoretical construct
         and empirical evidence, Kai Zhang, Renmin University of China, John W.


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        Medcof and Changquan Jiao, McMaster University
Discussant: Dean Tjosvold, Lingnan University


Session 8e    Multi-level probes of trust, satisfaction and contract violations
11:00 – 12:30
Venue: Tianyuan, 2nd floor
Chair: Xiaowei Luo, University of Illinois
Trust in anglo-sino relationships – paradox or paradigm? The role of trust in
         inter-organisational partnerships and collaboration, Kathryn Ringwald,
         University of Wales Newport
Causal attribution for inter-firm contract violation: A comparative study of Chinese and
         American commercial arbitrators, Ray Friedman and Wu Liu, Vanderbilt
         University, Chao C. Chen, Rutgers University, Shu-Cheng Chi, National
        Taiwan University
Does economic ownership matter in workers’ job satisfaction and commitment? An
         exploratory study in PR China, Shuhong Wang and John Lawler, University of
        Illinois at Urbana - Champaign
Discussant: Max Boisot, INSEAD


Session 8f    Entrepreneurs, entrepreneurship, and venture capital
11:00 – 12:30
Venue: Chang Baishan Hall, 38th floor
Chair: Heli Wang, Hong Kong University of Science and Technology
Mr. Sai, Mr. De and the new economy: The influence of historical language on
         legitimation strategy for entrepreneurs, Josh Keller, University of Texas at
         Austin
China's venture capital industry: Transitions in structure and process, Wei Zhang and
         Jian Gao, Tsinghua University, Steven White, INSEAD, Paul Vega, McKinsey
         and Company
They are both born and made, but not self-made: A cluster analysis of visionary
         leadership of Chinese entrepreneurs, Liangding Jia, Nanjing University, Yi
        Tang, Hong Kong University of Science and Technology
Discussant: Jay B. Barney, The Ohio State University


Session 8g     Poster session: Organizational behavior, human resources
managements, and cross-cultural differences


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11:00 – 12:30
Venue: Charlie’s Hall, 3rd floor
Coordinator: Leigh Anne Liu, Georgia State University
   1. The impact of social capital and citizenship behaviors on performance outcomes,
      Irene Hau-siu Chow, The Chinese University of Hong Kong
   2. Regulatory focus and decision making under uncertainty, Jing Qiu and
      Liansheng Wu, Peking University
   3. The rise of China’s ICT sector, Mark Joannes Greeven and Barbara Krug, RSM
      Erasmus University
   4. Is framing effect robust among Chinese?, Gang Huangfu, Beihang University,
      Liqi Zhu, Institute of Psychology, Chinese Academy of Sciences
   5. The development and validation of cross-cultural interpersonal conflict at work
       scale, Cong Liu and Margie Nauta, Illinois State University, Paul E. Spector,
      University of South Florida, Chaoping Li, Renmin University of China
   6. A measurement model of subjective well-being: New direction in positive
      psychology and happy economics, Jin Zhang, Tsinghua University, Hui Wang,
      Peking University
   7. Universal and cultural construct of Chinese “face” in cross-cultural business
      negotiations, Fengru Li, The University of Montana – Missoula
   8. Social network and job search in China, Jing Han, Peking University
   9. The bases and components of total trust in organizations: The pivotal role of total
       leadership for organizational trust, Youmin Xi, Xian Jiaotong University, Peter
       Ping Li, California State University, Stanislaus, Yongyi Duan and Shiyi Guo,
       Xian Jiaotong University
   10. Employers’ response to minimum wage, Han Yong, London Metropolitan
       University
   11. Feedback sign effect on performance: Is it moderated by self-regulatory system
       and cultural value? Yongli Wang, Sun Yat-Sen University, Shi Kan, Institute of
       Psychology, Chinese Academy of Sciences
   12. Research on expatriate managers in China: Assessing the past and addressing the
       future, Yi Yu, The Australian National University


Session 9       Lunch and Award Presentations
12:30 – 14:00
Venue: Grand Ballroom A&B, 2nd floor



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Chair: Rosalie Tung, Simon Fraser University
The Distinguished Contribution Award
    Award Winner – Gordon Redding
    This award is for a senior scholar who has devoted much of his/her career to the
     study of Chinese management and has made significant contributions to the field in
     theory, methodology or in explaining the workings of Chinese organizations or
     organizations in China. S/he has advanced the field and blazed a path for future
     researchers; and that have enhanced the visibility of Chinese management research
     by impacting the broader research community.
The Scholarly Contribution Award
    Award Winner: Mike W. Peng
    This award is for an up-and-coming scholar (typically someone who has been out
     for 5 to 10 years), who, through their current work shows a great promise for
     excellence in Chinese management research and who is likely to make significant
     future contributions in the area. The scholar should be between five and ten years
     of their academic career.
The Distinguished Executive Award
    Award Winner: Captain Jia-fu Wei
    This award is intended to recognize a business leader of excellence in the practice of
    management in the Chinese context. A leader who is widely recognized for strong
    leadership with positive firm performance, a leader who has high social
    responsibility, a leader who values learning, seeks self-improvement, and encourages
    employee and organizational development, and a leader who serves as a role model
    for other leaders.


Best Conference Paper Awards
Winners to be announced at the Conference Awards Lunch
     This award is given to a paper written by a student and is the sole author of the paper.
     Any topic is appropriate as long as the paper shows rigor in conceptualization and
     methods and contributes to new knowledge.
     Best Conference Marco Paper Award
       This award is given to a paper that deals with organizational level issues including
       strategy, structure, international management, multinational corporations,
       organizational growth and development, firm-environment relationships, or firm
       performance, etc.
     Best Conference Micro Paper Award


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       This award is given to a paper that deals with individual and group level issues
       within the organizational setting, including topics such as leadership, motivation,
       conflict, group dynamics, individual attitudes and performance, as well as
       cross-cultural issues at the individual or group levels, etc.
     Best Conference Student Paper Award
       This award is given to a paper written by a student and is the sole author of the
       paper. Any topic is appropriate as long as the paper shows rigor in
       conceptualization and methods and contributes to new knowledge.


Session 10a Company Visit
14:00 – 18:00
Coordinator: Xinlin Chen, Nanjing University of Science and Technology
Day 3, June 17, 2006, Saturday


Session 14     Keynote Panel 4 - Knowledge transfer in diverse contexts
8:15 – 10:30
Venue: Grand Ballroom A&B, 2nd floor
Chairs and Discussants: Kwok Leung, City University of Hong Kong, and Rosalie Tung,
Simon Fraser University
Panel:
Challenges of transferring new organizational knowledge into practice, Jean M.
         Bartunek, Boston College
Building infrastructure; Tennessee Valley and Three Gorges Dams compared, Paul
       Hirsch, Northwestern University
Comparing academic, practitioner, and, “Bridging” journals in human resource
       management: Implications for knowledge transfer between academics and
         practitioners, Sara Rynes, University of Iowa
What constitutes a theoretical contribution (In cross-context scholarship), David Whetten,
         Brigham-Young University


Session 15a International business strategy
11:00 – 12:30
Venue: Luyuan A, 2nd floor
Chair: Dominique Jolly, CERAM Sophia Antipolis
A study on the similarities and the differences between the cognitions of Western theories



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         and Chinese enterprises on motivations, timing and industrial choice of
         enterprises’ diversification, Liangding Jia, Junjun Zhang, Haiyan Qian,
        Rongjun Cui and Yongxia Chen, Nanjing University
Technology licensing exclusivity: A conceptualization and an empirical test, Marshall
        Shibing Jiang, Brock University
Legitimation and competition: The moderating role of firm and location heterogeneity,
        Nan Zhou, National University of Singapore
Discussant: Gabriel Szulanski, INSEAD


Session 15b     Symposium: Chinese firms and the management of strategic tensions:
Choice, actions and performance implications
11:00 – 12:30
Venue: Qinyuan, 2nd floor
Chair: Mingfang Li, California State University, Northridge
Panel:
Conscious reconstruction of traditional strategic thought by Chinese enterprises, Yang
        Zhang, Haiwei Zhou and Qun Wang, Hohai University
Governance, managerial characteristics and innovation: The Chinese experience, Yuan Li,
          Xiaomin Liu and Yi Liu, Xi'an Jiaotong University
Capital structure, strategy and performance: An empirical test of Chinese manufacturing
         firms, Jin Chen, Canglan Wu and Lifen Xu, Zhejiang University
Contingent capabilities and beyond: Building competitiveness for Chinese technology
          companies, Lin Xu, Babson College
Institutions, firm growth and global strategy in China and beyond, Mike W. Peng,
        University of Texas at Dallas
Discussant: Steven White, INSEAD


Session 15c     Strategic planning, marketing and brand management in Chinese
firms
11:00 – 12:30
Venue: Yuyuan, 2nd floor
Chair: Lois Olson, San Diego State University
From manufacturing to own brand management: A study of firm performance in Taiwan,
          Ching Horng, National Chung Cheng University
Strategic planning among Chinese firms, Brian K. Boyd, Arizona State University,
         Michael Young, The Chinese University of Hong Kong, Heli Wang, Hong Kong


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       University of Science and Technology
How marketing capability influences business performance: A conceptual framework and
       empirical evidence, Yonggui Wang, Nanjing University
Discussant: Barbara Krug, Rotterdam School of Management


Session 15d Managing foreign ventures and Asian management
11:00 – 12:30
Venue: Mingyuan, 2nd floor
Chair: Yan Zhang, Rice University
Multinational firms’ acquisition strategies in China’s transition economy: How should we
         select a qualified target? Xufei Ma, National University of Singapore
Competitive dynamics, global industry cycles, integration-responsiveness and
         performance in emerging and industrialized country markets, Julius H.
        Johnson Jr. and Dinesh A. Mirchandani, University of Missouri—St. Louis,
        Seng-Su Tsang, Yuan-Ze University
Asian management research needs more self-confidence, Klaus E. Meyer, University of
        Reading
Discussant: John Child, University of Birmingham


Session 15e Group affiliation, group identity and organization outcomes
11:00 – 12:30
Venue: Tianyuan, 2nd floor
Chair: Xiao-Ping Chen, University of Washington
The construct of organizational culture: An exploratory study in the P. R. China, De
         Zhang and Lihui Liu, Tsinghua University, Baiyin Yang, University of
         Minnesota
The effect of network density and centrality on group identification: A comparison
         between peer and leader-member relationships, Wei He, Indiana State
         University, Duanxu Wang, Zhejiang University, Chao C. Chen, Rutgers
      University
How SMEs in Taiwan achieve organizational renewal, Carol Yeh-Yun Lin, National
        Chengchi University
Discussant: Jean M. Bartunek, Boston College


Session 16    Lunch and Journal Editors’ Panel
12:30 – 14:00


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Venue: Grand Ballroom A&B, 2nd floor
Chair: John Child, University of Birmingham
Panel: Academy of Management Journal – Sara Rynes, University of Iowa, Journal of
         International Business Studies – Arie Lewin, Duke University, and Management
         and Organization Review – Anne S. Tsui, Arizona State University


Session 17a In-group, trust, cooperation and competition
14:00 – 15:30
Venue: Luyuan A, 2nd floor
Chair: Paul Hempel, City University of Hong Kong
Who is your in-group? It depends: Bicultural identity integration and in-group favoritism,
        Chi-Ying Cheng and Fiona Lee, University of Michigan
Trustworthy behaviors of supervisors and subordinates in Chinese organizations, Jin Yan
        and Ning Li, Zhejiang University
Cooperation, competition, and coopetition: Scale development and validation Topic: OB,
         Xiaofei Xie, Peking University, Xiao-Ping Chen, University of Washington,
        Yuanyuan Yu, Xi Chen and Shiqing Chang, Peking University
Discussant: Jeanne M. Brett, Northwestern University


Session 17b     Symposium: Toward Conceptual and Measurement Clarification of
                Power Distance: Antecedents, Correlates, and Consequences
14:00 – 15:30
Venue: Qinyuan, 2nd floor
Chair: Ya-Ru Chen, Rutgers University
Panel:
Power distance and traditionality in organizational research: Conceptual distinction and
         measurement clarification, Jiing-Lih Larry Farh and Jian Liang, Hong Kong
        University of Science and Technology, Rick D. Hackett, McMaster University
Do employees’ authoritarian values matter: Effectiveness of people- vs. task- oriented
         authoritarian leadership in China and Taiwan private businesses, Bor-Shiuan
        Cheng and Li-Fang Chou, National Taiwan University, Jiing-Lih Larry Farh,
        Hong Kong University of Science and Technology
The meaning of power distance from a social axioms perspective, Kwok Leung, City
       University of Hong Kong
Who and (what) do we value when assessing status in organizations? Differences and
       similarities in high vs. low power distance cultures, Ya-Ru Chen, Chao C. Chen


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         and Guozhen Zhao, Rutgers University


Session 17c Managing technology and transition
14:00 – 15:30
Venue: Yuyuan, 2nd floor
Chair: Wei He, Indiana State University
Ties that bind: Institutional legacies and the structure of interfirm trading networks in
         China’s automobile industry, Khan-Pyo Lee, The Chinese University of Hong
        Kong
Beyond institutional voids: Property rights, agency problems, and liability of business
        group affiliation, Xufei Ma, National University of Singapore, Xiaotao Yao and
         Youmin Xi, Xian Jiaotong University
Information communication’s effects on organizational capability and new product
         development: An empirical study of Chinese firms, Yuan Li, Longwei Wang
        and Yi Liu, Xian Jiaotong University
Discussant: Paul Hirsch, Northwestern University


Session 18      Meet the keynote speakers and awards winners
16:00 – 18:00

Session 18a
Venue : Luyuan A, 2nd floor
Keynote panel 1 - Michael Hitt, Texas A&M University, Jay Barney, Ohio State
         University, Robert Hoskisson, Arizona State University, Yadong Luo,
         University of Miami and Gabriel Szulanski, INSEAD
Session 18b
Venue : Qinyuan, 2nd floor
Keynote panel 2 - Michael Morris, Columbia University, and John Child, University of
         Birmingham, Kathryn M. Bartol, University of Maryland, Max Boisot, INSEAD,
         Marshall W. Meyer, University of Pennsylvania, Jeanne M. Brett,
         Northwestern University and Jone L. Pearce, University of California, Irvine
Session 18c
Venue : Yuyuan, 2nd floor
Keynote panel 3 - Joseph Galaskiewicz, University of Arizona, Douglas Guthrie, New
        York University, Victor Nee, Cornell University and Xueguang Zhou, Duke
        University


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Session 18d
Venue : Mingyuan, 2nd floor
Keynote panel 4 - Kwok Leung, City University of Hong Kong, Jean M. Bartunek,
         Boston College, Paul Hirsch, Northwestern University, Sara Rynes, University
         of Iowa and David Whetten, Brigham-Young University
Session 18e
Venue: Tianyuan, 2nd floor
China Forum Keynote Panel - Katherine Xin, China Europe International Business
         School, Christopher Hsee, University of Chicago, Jia-Lin Xie, University of
         Toronto, and Xueguang Zhou, Duke University

Session 18f
Venue : Chang Baishan Hall, 38th floor
Research Awards winners, Gordon Redding and Mike W. Peng, and Best Conference
Paper Award winners


Session 19      Closing dinner, inauguration of new officers, and presidential address
18:30 – 20:30
Venue: Grand Ballroom A&B
Chair: Xiao-ping Chen, University of Washington


Speaker: Are there values in science? Anne S Tsui, Arizona State University, IACMR
Founding President

20:30 - 21:30pm
Venue: Grand Ballroom A&B
Nanjing University Traditional Instrument Orchestra Music Performance




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Day 4, June 18, 2006, Sunday (Professional Development Workshops and Caucus
sessions)

Session 20a     Doctoral consortium: Conducting China-related research for a
doctoral dissertation
8:30 to 17:00
Venue : Qinyuan
Coordinators: Zhixing Xiao, CEIBS; Yaping Gong, HK University of Science and
Technology
Panel:
Jay B Barney, The Ohio State University, Christopher Hsee, University of Chicago,
Douglas Guthrie, New York University, Paul Hirsch, Northwestern University, Robert
Hoskisson, Arizona State University, Jean M. Bartunek, Boston College, Kwok Leung,
City University of Hong Kong, Michael Morris, Columbia University and Kwaku
Atuahene Gima, CEIBS


Session 20b     Survey research design for Chinese management research
8:30 – 17 :00
Venue : Mingyuan
Coordinators: Jiing-Lih Larry Farh, HK University of Science and Technology
Panel:
Jiing-Lih Larry Farh, HK University of Science and Technology, Chao C Chen, Rutgers
University, Kenneth Law, HK University of Science and Technology
*The workshop will be conducted in Mandarin


Session 20c     Writing for top tier journals
8:30 – 12 :30
Venue : Luyuan
Coordinators: Chao C Chen, Rutgers University
Panel:
Ya-ru Chen, Rutgers University, John Child, University of Birmingham, Michael Hitt,
Texas A&M University, Elizabeth Mannix, Cornell University, Mike Peng, University of
Texas at Dallas, Sara Rynes-Weller, University of Iowa and Xueguang Zhou, Duke
University




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Session 20d   Caucus sessions
13 :30 – 17 :00
Venue : Luyuan
Coordinator: Haiyang Li, Rice University


Title: Service Management: past, present and the future
Organizer: Yonggui Wang, Nanjing University

Title: Grounded theory methodology in management research
Organizer: Foster Fei, University of Bath

Title: Research on Corporate Social Capital in Chinese Context
Organizers: Junwei Shi, Zhongnan University of Economics & Law and Renhong Zhu,
Sun Yat-sen University

Title: Strategic Issues of New Technology Ventures in China
Organizer: Haiyang Li, Rice University


Title: Quality Management Systems in China
Organizer: Newsum Floyd, University of Bath




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