讲座题目：Organization Theory and Research Design
夏军博士于2006年在德克萨斯理工大学获得管理学博士学位，目前在德克萨斯大学-达拉斯分校Jindal商学院任战略管理学副教授。他已在战略管理领域顶级期刊Strategic Management Journal发表10余篇，主要研究领域集中于：（1）组织理论（资源依赖、权力和制度过程）；（2）公司战略（并购、合资、联盟和剥离）；（3）社会网络（嵌入性的结果）；（4）国际商务（国外市场拓展、国有产权和转轨/新兴国家的制度变迁）。
Section 1: Research on organizational theory
1.Sutton, Robert I. and Staw, Barry M. 1995. What a theory is not.Administrative Science Quarterly, 40, 3, 371-384.
2.Weick, Karl E. 1995. What theory is not, theorizing is.Administrative Science Quarterly,40, 3, 385-390.
3.DiMaggio, Paul J. 1995. Comments on “What theory is not”.Administrative Science Quarterly, 40, 3, 391-397.
4.Shapira, Z. 2011. “I’ve got a theory paper—Do you?”: Conceptual, empirical, and theoretical contributions to knowledge in the organizational sciences. Organization Science, 22: 1312–1321.
5.Colquitt, J. A., and Zapata-Phelan, C. P. 2007. Trends in theory building and theory testing: A five-decade study of the Academy of Management Journal. Academy of Management Journal, 50, 1281-1303.
6.Davis, M. S. 1971. That is interesting.Philosophy of Social Sciences, 1: 309-344.
7.Davis, G. F., and Powell, W. W. 1992. Organization-environment relations. In M. D. Dunette and L. M. Hough (Eds.), Handbook of industrial and organizational psychology: 315-376. Palo Alto, CA: Consulting Psychologists Press.
Section 2: Resource dependence theory and power
1.Emerson, R.M. 1962. Power-dependence relations. American Sociological Review, 27: 31-41.
2.Pfeffer J. 1972. Merger as a response to organizational interdependence. Administrative Science Quarterly 17: 218-228.
3.Finkelstein, S. 1997. Interindustry merger patterns and resource dependence: A replication and extension of Pfeffer (1972). Strategic Management Journal 18: 787-810.
4.Casciaro, T. and Piskorski, M.J. 2005. Power imbalance, mutual dependence and constraint absorption: A closer look at resource dependence theory. Administrative Science Quarterly, 50: 167-199.
5.Gulati, R. and Sytch, M. 2007. Dependence asymmetry and joint dependence in interorganizational relationships: effects of embeddedness on a manufacturer’s performance in procurement relationships. Administrative Science Quarterly 52: 32-69.
6.Boyd, B. 1990. Corporate linkages and organizational environment: A test of the resource dependence model. Strategic Management Journal, 11: 419-430.
7.Cowen, A. P. and Marcel, J.J 2011. Damaged Goods: Board decisions to dismiss reputationally compromised directors. Academy of Management Journal, 54(3): 509–527.
8.Hillman, A. J., Shropshire, C., and Cannella, A. A. 2007. Organizational predictors of women on corporate boards. Academy of Management Journal, 50: 941-952.
9.Hillman AJ, Withers MC, Collins BJ. 2009. Resource dependence theory: A review. Journal of Management 35: 1404-1427.
10.Finkelstein, S. 1992. Power in top management teams: Dimensions, measurement, and validation. Academy of Management Journal, 35: 505-538.
Section 3: Institutional theory
1.Meyer, J. W. and Rowan, B. 1977. Institutionalized Organizations: Formal Structure as Myth and Ceremony. American Journal of Sociology, 83: 340-63.
2.DiMaggio, P., and Powell, W.W. 1983. The iron cage revisited: Institutional isomorphism and collective rationality in organizational fields. American Sociological Review, 48: 147-160.
3.Greenwood, R., Suddaby, R. and Hinings, C.R. 2002. Theorizing change: the role of professional associations in the transformation of institutionalized fields. Academy of Management Journal 45(1): 58-80.
4.Heugens, P.P.M.A.R. and Lander, M.W. 2009. Structure! Agency! (and other quarrels): A meta-analysis of institutional theories of organization. Academy of Management Journal, 52(1): 61-85.
5.Ahmadjian, Christona L., and Patricia Robinson. 2001. Safety in numbers: downsizing and the deinstitutionalization of permanent employment in Japan. Administrative Science Quarterly 46: 622-654.
6.Haunschild, P. R. 1993. Interorganizational imitation: The impact of interlocks on corporate acquisition activity. Administrative Science Quarterly, 38: 564-592.
7.Fiss, Peer C. and Edward J. Zajac. 2004. The diffusion of ideas over contested terrain: the (non)adoption of a shareholder value orientation among German firms. Administrative Science Quarterly 49: 501-534.
8.Sanders, W. G., & Tuschke, A. 2007. The adoption of institutionally contested organizational practices: The emergence of stock option pay in Germany. Academy of Management Journal, 50 (1), 33-56.
9.Kraatz, M. S., & Moore, J. H. 2002. Executive migration and institutional change. Academy of Management Journal, 45(1), 120-143.
10.Lounsbury, M. 2007. A tale of two cities: Competing logics and practice variation in the professionalizing of mutual funds. Academy of Management Journal, 50: 289–307.
Section 5: Organizational theory and globalization
1.Henisz, W. J., and Delios, A. 2001. Uncertainty, imitation, and plant location: Japanese multinational corporations, 1990-1996. Administrative Science Quarterly, 46 (3): 443-475.
2.Guillén, M.F. 2002. Structural inertia, imitation, and foreign expansion: South Korean firms and business groups in china, 1987-95. Academy of Management Journal 45: 509-525.
3.Guler, I., and Guillén, M. F. 2010. Home-country networks and foreign expansion. Academy of Management Journal, 53(2): 390-410.
4.Rangan, S. and Sengul, M. 2009. The influence of macro structure on the foreign market performance of transnational firms: the value of IGO connections, export dependence, and immigration links. Administrative Science Quarterly, 54: 229-267.
5.Martin, X., Swaminathan, A., and Mitchell, W. 1998. Organizational evolution in the interorganizational environment: Incentives and constraints on international expansion strategy. Administrative Science Quarterly, 43: 566-601.
6.Guler, I., Guillén, M.F., and Macpherson, J.M. 2002. Global competition, institutions, and the diffusion of organizational practices: the international spread of ISO 9000 quality certificates. Administrative Science Quarterly 47: 207-232.
7.Li, J., Yang, J.Y., and Yue, D.R. 2007. Identity, community, and audience: How wholly owned foreign subsidiaries gain legitimacy in China. Academy of Management Journal 50(1): 175-190.
8.Tsang, E.W., and Yip, P.S. 2007. Economic distance and the survival of foreign direct investments. Academy of Management Journal, 50(5): 1156-1168.
9.Zhang, Y., Li, Y., & Li, H. 2014. FDI spillovers over time in an emerging market: The role of entry tenure and barriers to imitation. Academy of Management Journal, 57(3): 698-722.
10.Vermeulen, F., & Barkema, H. 2002. Pace, rhythm, and scope: Process dependence in building a profitable multinational corporation. Strategic Management Journal, 23: 637–654.
Section 6: Research design: data collection, and methodology
1.Alvesson, M., and Karreman, D. 2007. Constructing mystery: empirical matters in theory development. Academy of Management Review 32(4): 1265-81.
2.Xia, J. 2011. Mutual dependence, partner substitutability, and repeated partnership: The survival of cross-border alliances.StrategicManagement Journal, 32(3): 229-253.
3.Xia, J. and Li, S. 2013. The divestiture of acquired subunits: A resource dependence approach.StrategicManagement Journal, 34(1): 131-148 (lead paper).
4.Xia, J., Ma, X., Lu, J., and Yiu, D. 2014. Outward foreign direct investment by emerging market firms: A resource dependence logic.StrategicManagement Journal,35(9): 1343–1363.
5.Xia, J., Boal, K., and Delios, A. 2009. When experience meets national institutional environmental change: Foreign entry attempts of U.S. firms in eleven transition economies.StrategicManagement Journal, 30(12): 1286-1309.
6.Xia, J., Tan, J., and Tan, D. 2008. Mimetic entry and bandwagon effect: The rise and decline of international equity joint venture in China.StrategicManagement Journal, 29(2): 195-217.
7.Xia, J., Dawley, D., Ma, R., Jiang, H. and Boal, K. 2016. Resolving a dilemma of signaling bankrupt-firm emergence: A dynamic integrative view.StrategicManagement Journal, 37(8): 1754-1764.
8.Jiang, H., Cannella, B. Xia, J. and Semadeni, M.B. 2017. Choose to fight or choose to flee? Resolving a dilemma of executive ship jumping in declining firms.StrategicManagement Journal.38(10): 1951-2142.
9.Jiang, H., Xia, J., Cannella, B., and Xiao, T. 2018. Do ongoing networks block out new friends? Reconciling the embeddedness constraint dilemma on new alliance partner addition.StrategicManagement Journal.39(1): 217–241.
10.Li, J., Xia, J., and Lin, Z. 2017. Cross-border acquisitions by state-owned investors: How do legitimacy concerns affect the completion and duration of their acquisitions?StrategicManagement Journal, 38(9): 1915-1934.
11.Li, J., Xia, J., and Zajac, E. 2018. On the duality of political and economic stakeholder influence on firm innovation performance: Theory and evidence from Chinese firms.StrategicManagement Journal.39(1): 193–216.
12.Zheng, Y. and Xia, J. 2018. Resource dependence and network relations: A test of venture capital investment termination in China.Journal of Management Studies.55(2): 295–319.
13.Xia, J., Wang, Y., Lin, Y., Yang, H. and Li, S. (forthcoming). Alliance formation in the midst of market and network: Insights from resource dependence and network perspectives.Journal of Management.
14.Xia, J., Yu, J. and Lin, Y. (forthcoming). Periphery, overlap, and subunit exit in multiunit firms: A subunit power perspective.Journal of Management.
15.Gong, Y., Zhang, Y. and Xia, J. (forthcoming). Do firms learn more from small or big successes and failures? A test of the outcome-based feedback learning perspective.Journal of Management.
Section 7: Academic publishing
1.Colquitt, J.A. and George, G. 2011. Publishing in AMJ – Part 1: Topic choice. Academy of Management Journal, 54(3): 432–5.
2.Bono, J.E. and McNamara, G. 2011. Publishing in AMJ – Part 2: Research design. Academy of Management Journal, 54(4): 657-660.
3.Grant, A.M., and Pollock, T.G. 2011. Publishing in AMJ-part 3: Setting the hook. Academy of Management Journal, 54, 873-879.
4.Sparrow, R.T. and Mayer, K.J. 2011. Publishing in AMJ – Part 4: Grounding hypotheses. Academy of Management Journal, 54(6): 1098-1102.
5.Zhang, Y., and Shaw, J. R. 2012. Publishing in AMJ—Part 5: Crafting the methods and results. Academy of Management Journal, 55, 8-12.
6.Geletkanycz, M. and Tepper, B.J. 2012. Publishing in AMJ – Part 6: Discussing the implications. Academy of Management Journal, 55(2): 256-260.
7.Kilduff, M. 2007. The top ten reasons why your paper might not be sent out for review.Academy of Management Review. pp. 700-702.
8.Rose, R. B. 2012. Reflections on the craft of clear writing.Academy of Management Review,37(4), 493-501.
9.Colquitt, J.A., and Ireland, R.D. 2009. Taking the mystery out of AMJ’s reviewer evaluation form. Academy of Management Journal: 52(2): 224-228.
10.Ireland, R.D. 2008. Revisiting AMJ’s revise-and-resubmit process. Academy of Management Journal, 51(6), 1049-1050.
11.Shaw, J. D. 2012. From the editors responding to reviewers.Academy of Management Journal,55(6), 1261-1263.
12.Pollock, T., & Bono, J. (2013). Being Scheherazade: The importance of storytelling in academic writing. Academy of Management Journal, 56(3), 629–634.