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[2000-earlier]  [2001-2002]  [2003-2004]  [2005-2007]  [2008-2015]

2015

Sun, Sunny Li, Mike W. Peng, Ruby Lee, and Weiqiang Tan (2015). Institutional open access at home and outward internationalization. Journal of World Business (in press). PDF.

2014

Shi, Weilei (Stone), Sunny Li Sun, Brian Pinkham, and Mike W. Peng (2014). Domestic alliance network to attract foreign partners: Evidence from international joint ventures in China. Journal of International Business Studies, 45(3): 338-362. PDF.

 

Yamakawa, Yasuhiro, Mike W. Peng, and David Deeds (2014). Rising from the ashes: Cognitive determinants of venture growth after entrepreneurial failure. Entrepreneurship Theory and Practice (in press). PDF.

Peng, Mike W., Seung-Hyun Lee, and Sungjin J. Hong (2014). Entrepreneurs as intermediaries. Journal of World Business, 49(1): 21-31. PDF.

 

Peng, Mike W., and Weichieh Su (2014). Cross-listing and the scope of the firm. Journal of World Business, 49(1): 42-50. PDF.

Stan, Ciprian, Mike W. Peng, and Garry D. Bruton (2014). Slack and the performance of state-owned enterprises. Asia Pacific Journal of Management, 31(2): 473-495. PDF.

Li, Yuan, Haowen Chen, Yi Liu, and Mike W. Peng (2014). Managerial ties, organizational learning, and opportunity capture: A social capital perspective. Asia Pacific Journal of Management, 31(1): 271-291. PDF.

Peng, Mike W. (2014). New research directions in the institution-based view, in Jean Boddewyn (editor), Multidisciplinary Insights from New AIB Fellows-Research in Global Strategic Management, vol. 16: 59-78. London: Emerald. PDF.

2013

Markoczy, Livia, Sunny Li Sun, Mike W. Peng, Weilei Shi, and Bing Ren (2013). Social network contingency, symbolic management, and boundary stretching. Strategic Management Journal, 34(11): 1367-1387. PDF.

Hoskisson, Robert, Wright, Mike, Igor Filatotchev, and Mike W. Peng (2013). Emerging multinationals from mid-range economies: The influence of institutions and factor markets. Journal of Management Studies, 50(7): 1295-1321. PDF.

Yamakawa, Yasuhiro, Susanna Khavul, Mike W. Peng, and David Deeds (2014). Venturing from emerging economies. Strategic Entrepreneurship Journal, 7(3): 181-196. PDF.

Li, Yuan, Mike W. Peng, and Craig D. Macaulay (2013). Market-political ambidexterity during institutional transitions. Strategic Organization, 11(2): 205-213. PDF.

Peng, Mike W. (2013). An institution-based view of IPR protection. Business Horizons, 56(2): 135-139. PDF.

Ismail, Kiran, David L. Ford, Qingsheng Wu, and Mike W. Peng (2013). Managerial ties, strategic initiatives, and firm performance in Central Asia and the Caucasus. Asia Pacific Journal of Management, 30(2): 433-446. PDF.

Puffer, Sheila, Daniel McCarthy, and Mike W. Peng (2013). Managing favors in a global economy. Asia Pacific Journal of Management, 30(2): 321-326. PDF.

Lu, Yuan, Kevin Au, Mike W. Peng, and Erming Xu (2013). Strategic management in private and family business. Asia Pacific Journal of Management, 30(3): 633-639. PDF.

Sauerwald, Steve, and Mike W. Peng (2013). Informal institutions, shareholder coalitions, and principal-principal conflicts. Asia Pacific Journal of Management, 30(3): 853-870. PDF.

En Xie, Mike W. Peng, and Wenhong Zhao (2013). Uncertainties, resources, and supplier selection in an emerging economy. Asia Pacific Journal of Management (in press). PDF.

Li, Yuan, Haowen Chen, Yi Liu, and Mike W. Peng (2013). Managerial ties, organizational learning, and opportunity capture: A social capital perspective. Asia Pacific Journal of Management (in press). PDF.

Peng, Mike W. (2013). Review of Ronald Coase and Ning Wang (2012). How China Became Capitalist (New York: Palgrave Macmillan). Journal of Asian Business (in press). PDF.

Peng, Mike W., and Steve Sauerwald (2013). Corporate governance and principal-principal conflicts. In Mike Wright, Don Siegel, Kevin Keasey, and Igor Filatotchev (eds.). The Oxford Handbook of Corporate Governance (658-672). Oxford, UK: Oxford University Press. PDF.

2012

Chang, Yi-Ying, Yaping Gong, and Mike W. Peng (2012). Expatriate knowledge transfer, subsidiary absorptive capacity, and subsidiary performance. Academy of Management Journal, 55(4): 927-948. PDF.

Shi, Weilei (Stone), Sunny Li Sun, and Mike W. Peng (2012) Sub-national institutional contingencies, network positions, and IJV partner selection. Journal of Management Studies, 49(7): 1221-1245. PDF.

Peng, Mike W. (2012) Why China's investments aren't a threat. Harvard Business Review, February 13 (http://blogs.hbr.org). PDF.

Sun, Sunny Li, Mike W. Peng, Bing Ren, and Daying Yan (2012). A comparative ownership advantage framework for cross-border M&As: The rise of Chinese and Indian MNEs. Journal of World Business, 47: 4-16. PDF.

Peng, Mike W. (2012). The global strategy of emerging multinationals from China. Global Strategy Journal, 2(2): 97-107. PDF.

Zhu, Yanmei, Xinhua Wittmann, and Mike W. Peng (2012). Institution-based barriers to innovation in SMEs. Asia Pacific Journal of Management, 29: 1131-1142. PDF.

Zhou, Jessie Qi, and Mike W. Peng (2012). Does bribery help or hurt firm growth around the world? Asia Pacific Journal of Management, 29: 907-921. PDF.

Peng, Mike W. and Ronaldo C. Parente (2012). Institution-based weaknesses behind emerging multinationals. Revista de Administracao de Empresas, 52(3): 360-364. (RAE is the number one academic journal in management in Brazil; article in English). PDF.

Peng, Mike W. and Dane Blevins (2012). Why do Chinese firms cross-list in the United States? in Abdul Rasheed and Toru Yoshikawa (eds.), Convergence of corporate governance: Promise and prospects. (249-265). New York: Palgrave. PDF.

2011

Jiang, Yi, and Mike W. Peng (2011). Principal-principal conflicts during crisis. Asia Pacific Journal of Management, 28(4): 683-695. PDF.

Jiang, Yi, and Mike W. Peng (2011). Are family ownership and control in large firms good, bad, or irrelevant? Asia Pacific Journal of Management, 28(1): 15-39. PDF.

Globerman, Steven, Mike W. Peng, and Daniel M. Shapiro (2011). Corporate governance and Asian companies. Asia Pacific Journal of Management, 28(1): 1-14. PDF.

Yang, Haibin, Zhiang (John) Lin, and Mike W. Peng (2011). Behind acquisitions of alliance partners: Exploratory learning and network embbedness. Academy of Management Journal, 54(5): 1069-1080. PDF.

Lee, Seung-Hyun, Yasuhiro Yamakawa, Mike W. Peng, and Jay B. Barney (2011). How do bankruptcy laws affect entrepreneurship development around the world? Journal of Business Venturing, 26: 505-520. PDF.

  • US Small Business Administration Award for the best Babson conference paper (coauthored with S. Lee and Y. Yamakawa) “exploring the importance of small businesses to the US economy or a public policy issue of importance to the entrepreneurial community” ($2,000), Babson Conference, Chapel Hill, NC, in June 2008. Paper posted at SBA’s government website at http://www.sba.gov/advo/research/rs326tot.pdf.

Peng, W. Mike, and Zhixin Xia (2011). Busting the China Inc. myth. Harvard Business Review, June 13 (http://blogs.hbr.org). PDF.

Khoury, Theodore A. and Mike W. Peng (2011). Does institutional reform of intellectual property rights lead to more inbound FDI? Evidence from Latin America and the Caribbean. Journal of World Business, 46: 337-345. PDF.

Yang, Haibin, Sunny Li Sun, Zhiang (John) Lin, and Mike W. Peng (2011). Behind M&As in China and the United States: Networks, learning, and institutions. Asia Pacific Journal of Management, 28(2): 239-255. PDF.

Peng, Mike W. and Hao Chen (2011). Strategic responses to domestic and foreign institutional pressures in the Chinese toy industry. International Studies of Management and Organization, 41(2): 88-105. PDF.

Zoogah, David, Davina Vora, Orlando Richard, and Mike W. Peng (2011). Strategic alliance team diversity, coordination, and effectiveness. International Journal of Human Resource Management, 22(3): 510-529. PDF.

Zoogah, David, and Mike W. Peng (2011). What determines the performance of strategic alliance managers? Two lens model studies. Asia Pacific Journal of Management, 28(3): 483-508. PDF.

Peng, Mike W., Sunny Li Sun, and Dane P. Blevins (2011). The social responsibility of international business scholars. Multinational Business Review, 19(2): 106-119. PDF.

2010

Peng, Mike W., Rabi S. Bhagat, and Sea-Jin Chang (2010). Asia and global business. Journal of International Business Studies, 41: 373-376. PDF.

Qian, Gongming, Theodore Khoury, Mike W. Peng, and Zeming Qian (2010). The performance implications of intra- and inter-regional geographic diversification. Strategic Management Journal, 31: 1018-1030. PDF.

Li, Yuan, En Xie, Hock-Hai Teo, and Mike W. Peng (2010). Formal control and social control in domestic and international buyer-supplier relationships. Journal of Operations Management, 28: 333-344. PDF.

Peng, Mike. W. and Gregory G. Dess (2010). In the spirit of scholarship. Academy of Management Learning and Education, 9(2): 282-298. PDF.

  • Reported by The Economist before the article’s publication (“Business school research: Ideas that work,” June 7, 2010). PDF.
  • Prefaced by Editor J. B. Arbaugh (2010): Introduction: And now for something completely different—business school envy? AMLE, 9 (2): 280-281. PDF.

Peng, Mike W., Yasuhiro Yamakawa, and Seung-Hyun Lee (2010). Bankruptcy laws and entrepreneur friendliness. Entrepreneurship Theory and Practice, 34: 517-530. PDF.

Peng, Mike W., Yuan Li, En Xie, and Zhongfeng Su (2010). CEO duality, organizational slack, and firm performance in China. Asia Pacific Journal of Management, 27(4): 611-624. PDF.

Zhou, Jessie Qi, and Mike W. Peng (2010). Relational exchanges versus arm’s-length transactions during institutional transitions. Asia Pacific Journal of Management, 27(3): 355-370. PDF.

Peng, Mike W. and Yi Jiang (2010). Institutions behind family ownership and control in large firms. Journal of Management Studies, 47(2): 253-273. PDF.

2009

Peng, Mike W. (2009). Passing the torch. Asia Pacific Journal of Management, 26(4): 611–616. PDF.

Lin, Zhiang, Mike W. Peng, Haibin Yang, and Sunny Li Sun (2009). How do networks and learning drive M&As? An institutional comparison of China and the United States. Strategic Management Journal, 30(10): 1113-1132. PDF.

Peng, Mike W., Sunny Li Sun, Brian Pinkham, and Hao Chen (2009). The institution-based view as a third leg for a strategy tripod. Academy of Management Perspectives, 23(4): 63-81. PDF.

Chintakananda, Asda, Anne York, Hugh O’Neill, and Mike W. Peng (2009). Structuring dyadic relationships between export producers and intermediaries. European Journal of International Management, 3(3): 302-327. PDF.

Su, Yu-Shan, Eric Tsang, and Mike W. Peng (2009). How do internal capabilities and external partnerships affect innovativeness? Asia Pacific Journal of Management, 26(2): 309-331. PDF.

Peng, Mike W. (2009). APJM’s first Best Paper Award. Asia Pacific Journal of Management, 26 (2): 185-186. PDF.

Peng, Mike W. (2009). APJM is now included in SSCI. Asia Pacific Journal of Management, 26 (1): 1-3. PDF.

Peng, Mike W. and Erin G. Pleggenkuhle-Miles (2009). Current debates in global strategy. International Journal of Management Reviews, 11 (1): 51-68. PDF.

Meyer, Klaus E., Saul Estrin, Sumon Bhaumik, and Mike W. Peng (2009). Institutions, resources, and entry strategies in emerging economies. Strategic Management Journal, 30 (1): 61-80. PDF.

Peng, Mike W., and Martina J. Quan (2009). A micro-macro link during institutional transitions, in Lisa Keister (ed.), Work and Organizations in China (Research in the Sociology of Work series, vol. 19), 203-224. Oxford, UK: Emerald. PDF.

Pleggenkuhle-Miles, Erin, and Mike W. Peng (2009). Embracing debates to advance global strategy research, in Donald Bergh and David Ketchen (eds.), Research Methodology in Strategy and Management, vol. 5. Oxford, UK: Emerald (in press). PDF.

2008
Tong, Tony W., Jeffrey J. Reuer, and Mike W. Peng (2008). International joint venture and the value of growth options. Academy of Management Journal51 (5): 1014-1029. PDF.

Peng, Mike W., Denis Y. L. Wang, and Yi Jiang (2008). An institution-based view of international business strategy: A focus on emerging economies. Journal of International Business Studies, 39 (5): 920-936. PDF.

Young, Mike, Mike W. Peng, David Ahlstrom, Garry Bruton, and Yi Jiang (2008). Corporate governance in emerging economies: A review of the principal-principal perspective. Journal of Management Studies, 45 (1): 196-220.  PDF.

Lee, Keonbeom, Mike W. Peng, and Keun Lee (2008). From diversification premium to diversification discount during institutional transitions. Journal of World Business, 43 (1): 47-65. PDF.

Sun, Sunny L., Zun Wang, and Mike W. Peng (2008). A fast lane for overseas acquisitions: Leveraging private equity. Peking University Business Review (Beida Shangye Pinglun, in Chinese), (9): 96-101. PDF.

Lu, Yuan, Eric W. K Tsang, and Mike W. Peng (2008). Knowledge management and innovation strategy in the Asia Pacific: Toward an institution-based view. Asia Pacific Journal of Management, 25 (3): 361-374. PDF.

Li, Yuan, and Mike W. Peng (2008). Developing theory from strategic management research in China. Asia Pacific Journal of Management, 25(3): 563-572. PDF.

Yamakawa, Yasuhiro, Mike W. Peng, and David L. Deeds (2008). What drives new ventures to internationalize from emerging to developed economies? Entrepreneurship Theory and Practice, 32 (1): 59-82. PDF.

Mudambi, Ram, Mike W. Peng, and David H. Weng (2008). Research rankings of Asia Pacific business schools: Global versus local knowledge strategies. Asia Pacific Journal of Management, 25 (2): 171?88. PDF.

Peng, Mike W. and Hyung-Deok Shin (2008). How do future business leaders view globalization? Thunderbird International Business Review, 50 (3): 175-182. PDF.

Peng, Mike W. (2008). More progress at APJM. Asia Pacific Journal of Management, 25 (1): 1-4. PDF.

Tan, Weiqiang, Mike W. Peng, and Sunny L. Sun (2008). Competing on scale or scope? Evidence from Chinese firms?internationalization. Management World (in Chinese, the highest ranked management journal in China), (2): 126-135. PDF.

Peng, Mike W., Sunny L. Sun, and Hao Chen (2008). Divorce management in joint ventures. Peking University Business Review (Beida Shangye Pinglun, in Chinese), (4): 108-117. PDF.

Peng, Mike W. and Theodore A. Khoury (2008). Unbundling the institution-based view of international business strategy, in Alan Rugman (ed.), Oxford Handbook of International Business, 256-268. New York: Oxford University Press. PDF.

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