Seminar List 2010

January, 2010

January 22, 2010
Mr R. Scott Livengood, University of Maryland
Can You Hear Me Now? Examining Market Discourse as a Sensemaking Mechanism of Entrepreneurial Actions

January 27, 2010
Mr Joseph Beck, University of California, Irvine
Corporate divestment: The impact of related and unrelated product diversification

January 29, 2010
Mr Meng Zhao, University of Oxford
How practices organize fields: A relational analysis of the early history of European venture philanthropy, 1993-2008

February, 2010

February 5, 2010
Mr Dimo Ringov, INSEAD
Dynamic Capability & Organizational Performance: Evidence From Mutual Funds

February 22, 2010
Mr Richard Wang, University of California, Berkeley
Spatial Positioning with Heterogeneous Rivals: Evidence from the Chinese Satellite TV Industry

February 26, 2010
Mr Jason Park, University of Pittsburgh
Riding the wave: Self-organized criticality in M&A waves

March, 2010

March 5, 2010
Prof Daan van Knippenberg, Erasmus University Rotterdam
Understanding Diversity

March 8, 2010
Dr Stefan Wagner, Ludwig Maximilians University
Incidence and Growth of Patent Thickets - The Impact of Technological Opportunities and Complexity

March 22, 2010
Prof Remus Ilies, Michigan State University
Work Demands and Experiences: The Influence on Employee Well-being

April, 2010

April 12, 2010
Prof Gokhan Ertug, Singapore Management University
Money For Nothing: Salary Effects on Performance of High-Status NBA Players

April 30, 2010
Prof Sampsa Samila, Brock University
Community and Capital in Entrepreneurship

May, 2010

May 24, 2010
Prof Kenneth Huang, Singapore Management University
How Do Uncertain Intellectual Property Conditions Impact Knowledge Production in Innovative Firms? Evidence from Genomics

May 31, 2010
Prof Kevin Zhou, The University of Hong Kong
Governance, Fairness, and Performance in Interorganizational Exchanges: The Moderating Effects of Socialization and Monitoring

June, 2010

June 11, 2010
Prof Gilad Chen, University of Maryland
Breaking the scholarly routine: A multilevel study of innovation in teams

June 28, 2010
Prof Steve Kozlowski, Michigan State University &
Editor of Journal of Applied Psychology
Journal of Applied Psychology and Academic Career (Informal talk)

July, 2010

July 3, 2010
Prof Oded Shenkar, Ohio State University
Is Innovation Oversold?

July 6, 2010
Prof Chris Marquis, Harvard University
The Globalization of Corporate Environmental Transparency

September, 2010

September 17, 2010
Prof Yi Tang, Hong Kong Polytechnic University
Cast Talent: How Identity Focus Affects Social Networks in the Hong Kong Film Industry, 1981-1997

September 24, 2010
Prof Zhi Huang, HKUST(Co-author: Prof. Chris Marquis, Harvard University)
Institutions, Status, and the Adoption of New Practices

October, 2010

October 8, 2010
Prof Ravindranath Madhavan, University of Pittsburgh
The cognitive landscape of foreign direct investment: Network effects of cross-border megamergers

October 22, 2010
Prof Ellick Wong, HKUST
Reducing and Exaggerating Escalation of Commitment by Option Partitioning and Grouping

November, 2010

November 8, 2010
Ms Amy Ou, Arizona State University 
CEO humility and middle manager ambidexterity: Unraveling the processes of building ambidextrous capabilities within organizations

November 12, 2010
Ms Li Huang, Northwestern University
Mind-Body Dissonance: A Catalyst to Creativity

November 15, 2010
Mr. Tae Hyun Kim, Northwestern University
The Dynamics of Personnel Flows between Firms

November 26, 2010
Ms Huiwen Lian, University of Waterloo
Abusive Supervision and Organizational Deviance: A Mediated Moderation Model

December, 2010

December 6, 2010
Mr. Tomasz Obloj, INSEAD
Incentive Life-Cycles: Learning and the Division of Value within Firms

December 10, 2010
Mr. Ji-hyun (Jason) Kim, New York University
Long-term Detriments of Exploration: The Role of Individual Learning

December 13, 2010
Mr. Vivek Tandon, University of Michigan
The impact of external labor markets on the technological search process within firms

December 15, 2010
Ms Bo Kyung Kim, University of Michigan
When and how middle-status newspapers innovate: The role of status and market identity in adoption of digital media