Chi-Nien

CHUNG, Chi-Nien

Professor

STRATEGY & POLICY

(65) 6516-6885
bizccn@nus.edu.sg
BIZ1 6-12
Curriculum Vitae

Recognition & Awards

  • Faculty Outstanding Researcher Award Recognition List, NUS - 2008
  • Department Outstanding Researcher Award (NUS) - 2005

Educational Qualifications

  • Ph.D., Sociology, Stanford University, USA, 2000
  • M.A., Sociology, National Tsing Hua University, Taiwan, 1993

Academic Experience

  • Associate Professor, NUS Business School, 2008 - current
  • Assistant Professor, NUS Business School, 2000 - 2008
  • Visiting Fellow, Asia Research Institute, National University of Singapore, 2005

Corporate Experience

  • Editorial Board Member, Journal of Management Studies, 2015 - current
  • Editorial Board Member, Corporate Governance: An International Review, 2014 - current
  • Editorial Board Member, Academy of Management Journal, 2014 - current
  • Editorial Board Member, Management and Organization Review, 2011 - current
  • Editorial Board Member, Strategic Management Journal, 2008 - current
  • GUEST EDITOR, Special Issue on Family Firms for Corporate Governance: An International Review

Selected Publications

Kim, Y. C. and Chung, Chi-Nien (2018), "Organizational Change Under Institutional Logics: Family Control of Corporate Boards in Taiwan", Sociological Perspectives, 61(3), 444-466
Chung, Chi-Nien and Kim, Y. C. (2018), "Global institutions and local filtering: Introducing independent directors to Taiwanese corporate boards", International Sociology, 33(3), 292-314
Luo, X. R., Jeong, Y. C. and Chung, Chi-Nien (2017), "In the Eye of the Beholder: Global Analysts’ Coverage of Family Firms in an Emerging Market", Journal of Management, 1-28
Kim, Heeyon and Chung, Chi-Nien (2015), "The take-off of the Korean Wave: Antecedents and consequences of the globalization of pop culture.", European Group for Organizational Studies Colloquium, (forthcoming)

Selected Publications

20

Journals

4

Books

1

Conference

Journal Articles

Kim, Y. C. and Chung, Chi-Nien (2018), "Organizational Change Under Institutional Logics: Family Control of Corporate Boards in Taiwan", Sociological Perspectives, 61(3), 444-466
Chung, Chi-Nien and Kim, Y. C. (2018), "Global institutions and local filtering: Introducing independent directors to Taiwanese corporate boards", International Sociology, 33(3), 292-314
Luo, X. R., Jeong, Y. C. and Chung, Chi-Nien (2017), "In the Eye of the Beholder: Global Analysts’ Coverage of Family Firms in an Emerging Market", Journal of Management, 1-28
Zheng, W., Singh, K. and Chung, Chi-Nien (2017), "Ties to Unbind: Political Ties and Firm Sell-Offs During Institutional Transition", Journal of Management, 43(7), 2005-2036
Gu, Q., Lu, J. W. and Chung, Chi-Nien (2016), "Incentive or disincentive? A socioemotional wealth explanation of new industry entry in family business groups", Journal of Management, 1-28
Aguilera, R. V., Talaulicar, T., Chung, Chi-Nien, Jimenez, G. and Goel, S. (2015), "Special issue on "Cross-National perspectives on ownership and governance in family firms", Corporate Governance: An International Review, 23(3), 161-166
Zhu, H. and Chung, Chi-Nien (2014), "Portfolios of Political Ties and Business Group Strategy in Emerging Economies: Evidence from Taiwan", Administrative Science Quarterly , 59(4), 599-638
Chung, Chi-Nien, Ishtiaq P. Mahmood and Will Mitchell (2013), "The Evolving Impact of Combinatorial Opportunities and Exhaustion on Innovation by Business Groups as Market Development Increases: The Case of Taiwan", Management Science, 59 (5), 1142-1161
Chung, Chi-Nien and Xiaowei Luo (2013), "Leadership Succession and Firm Performance in an Emerging Economy: Successor Origin, Relational Embeddedness, and Legitimacy", Strategic Management Journal, 34 (3), 338-357
Chung, Chi-Nien, Xiaowei Luo and Michael Sobczak (2009), "How do Corporate Governance Model Differences Affect Foreign Direct Investment in Emerging Economies?", Journal of International Business Studies, 40 (3), 444-467
Chung, Chi-Nien and Xiaowei Luo (2008), "Human agents, contexts, and institutional change: The decline of family in the leadership of business groups", Organization Science, 19 (1), 124-142
Chung, Chi-Nien, Sea-Jin Chang and Ishtiaq P. Mahmood (2006), "When and How does Business Group Affiliation Promote Firm Innovation?: A Tale of Two Emerging Economies", Organization Science, 17(5), 637-656
Chung, Chi-Nien (2006), "Beyond Guanxi: Network Contingencies in Taiwanese Business Groups", Organization Studies , 27(4), 461-489
Chung, Chi-Nien and Xiaowei Luo (2005), "Keeping It All in the Family: the Role of Particularistic Relationships in Business Group Performance during Institutional Transition", Administrative Science Quarterly , 50, 404-439
Chung, Chi-Nien (2004), "Institutional Transition and Cultural Inheritance: Network Ownership and Corporate Control of Business Groups in Taiwan, 1970s-1990s", International Sociology, 19 (1), 25-50
Chung, Chi-Nien (2003), "Managerial Structure of Business Groups in Taiwan: The Inner Circle System and Its Social Organization", Developing Economies, 41(1), 37-64
Chung, Chi-Nien (2001), "Markets, Culture and Institutions: The Emergence of Large Business Groups in Taiwan, 1950s-1970s", Journal of Management Studies, 38(5), 719-745

Books/Monographs

Chung, Chi-Nien (2014), "Small World Networks: Past, Present and Future", The Palgrave Encyclopedia of Strategic Management
Chung, Chi-Nien and Ishtiaq P. Mahmood (2010), "Business Groups in Taiwan", pp. 180-209 in The Oxford Handbook of Business Groups, edited by Asli M. Colpan, Takashi Hikino, and James R. Lincoln, Oxford University Press.
Chung, Chi-Nien and Ishtiaq P. Mahmood (2006), "Taiwanese Business Groups: Steady Growth in Institutional Transition", pp. 70-93 in Business Groups in East Asia: Financial Crisis, Restructuring, and New Growth, edited by Sea-Jin Chang, Oxford University Press
Chung, Chi-Nien (1998), "Strong managers and weak owners: The political roots of American corporate finance", In Social Forces, 77(1): 392-394

Conference/Seminars

Kim, Heeyon and Chung, Chi-Nien (2015), "The take-off of the Korean Wave: Antecedents and consequences of the globalization of pop culture.", European Group for Organizational Studies Colloquium, (forthcoming)

Research / Teaching Areas

Business Groups In Emerging Economies

Family Firms, Succession, And Corporate Governance

Political Connections, Institutions And Firm Behavior

Organization Theory And Economic Sociology

Societal Impact

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Courses

  • MNO3303, Organizational Effectiveness
  • MNO1001, Management & Organization
  • BMO6002, Seminar in Organization Theory
  • BMM5001, Master Program for Chinese Government Officials
  • BMM5001, Leadership & Management
  • BMC5008, Cross-cultural Human Resource Management
  • BMA5004, Management & Organization
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