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讲座:Imprinting and Internationalization in China

发布者:人力资源办公室    发布时间:2017-06-12

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题 目Imprinting and Internationalization in China

嘉 宾Chris Marquis, Samuel C. Johnson Professor in Sustainable Global Enterprise and Professor of Management at the Samuel Curtis Johnson Graduate School of Management at Cornell University

主持人:周祖城 教授

时 间:2017616日 周五 11:30-13:00

地 点:上海交通大学 徐汇校区包图A305教室

Abstract:

I will discuss two papers that examine how historical imprints affect internationalization in China. The first examines how the early international business legacy left by the Treaty Port era (1842-1943) affects Chinese cities’ and firms’ ability to attract and channel contemporary foreign investment. Results show that two early international business conditions – Treaty Ports policy and overseas Chinese community – established an enduring set of institutions that affect cities’ and firms’ subsequent capability to attract contemporary foreign direct investments. Furthermore, we examine attempts to abolish and reactivate these early imprinting effects in subsequent “sensitive periods” – the Cultural Revolution and the Opening-up era – respectively.  The second paper explores how entrepreneurs imprint their organizations, proposing that their imprint serves as an information filter, which in turn affects their decision-making and shapes their firm’s strategy. Empirical investigation of a unique longitudinal dataset of Chinese private entrepreneurs from 1993-2012 supports our hypotheses, showing that entrepreneurs’ communist ideological imprint negatively affects the internationalization of their firms and that available and credible information sources reinterpreting communism and information closure moderate this relationship. This research contributes to understanding imprints and their evolution and the internationalization of Chinese firms.

Author:

Chris Marquis is the Samuel C. Johnson Professor in Sustainable Global Enterprise and Professor of Management at the Samuel Curtis Johnson Graduate School of Management at Cornell University.  Currently he is on leave of absence from Cornell and is a Visiting Professor of Social Innovation and Public Policy at the Harvard Kennedy School. He is also a Distinguished Visiting Professor at Peking University and Shanghai Jiaotong University. Prior to joining Cornell, he worked for 10 years at Harvard Business School. Marquis received a PhD in Sociology and Business Administration from the University of Michigan.

Professor Marquis’ teaching and research is focused on how business can have a positive impact on society and the natural environment. He is currently pursuing several streams of research. The first seeks to assess how firms’ and entrepreneurs’ social and environmental strategies and activities can be designed to maximize both business and social value. The second explores how environmental sustainability and shared value initiatives have developed in China. Finally, the third examines institutional change processes in emerging markets. These research projects build on Marquis’ earlier work that analyzed how firm behavior is shaped by broader contexts such as embeddedness in geographic communities and how environmental conditions during founding periods leave a lasting imprint on organizations. In particular, Marquis’ prior research examined the effects of these processes in the contexts of community-based social networks and the evolution of the US banking industry.

Marquis’ research has won a number of national awards including the 2006 William H. Newman Award for best dissertation across the entire the Academy of Management, the 2006 Louis R. Pondy award for best dissertation in organizational theory from the Academy of Management, the 2003 James D.

Thompson Award for best graduate student paper from the American Sociological Association and the 2005 State Farm Doctoral Dissertation Award. He was a finalist for the 2010 and 2013 Aspen Institute Faculty Pioneer Award, a runner-up in the Academy of Management’s Best Published Paper in Organization and Management Theory in 2009 and a finalist in the

2004 INFORMS/Organization Science Dissertation Proposal Competition.

Marquis has published in Academy of Management Journal, Academy of Management Review, Administrative Science Quarterly, American Sociological Review, Harvard Business Review, Organization Science, and Strategic Management Journal as well as a number of edited collections. He is an Associate Editor of Administrative Science Quarterly and an elected member of the Executive Committee of the International Association of Chinese Management Research (IACMR). Previously he served a three year term on the Executive Committee of the Organization and Management Theory Division of the Academy of Management. Before his academic career, Marquis worked for 6 years in the financial services industry, most recently as Vice President and Technology Manager for a business unit of J.P. Morgan Chase.

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