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 应十大网投靠谱网站十大正规网投官网平台盛情邀请,夏军教授(University of Texas at Dallas)将给我院师生进行12次线上组织理论视角授课(从5月25日-7月3日间隔开展)。具体安排如下:

夏军教授课程时间:共12次课

周二

周六

时间

上课方式

5月25日

6月1日

6月8日

6月15日

6月22日

6月29日

5月29日

6月5日

6月12日

6月19日

6月26日

7月3日

08:00-11:00

腾讯会议(具体会议信息,将在微信群中公布)

课程如下:

Section 1: Research on organizational theory

Sutton, Robert I. and Staw, Barry M. 1995. What theory is not. Administrative Science Quarterly, 40, 3, 371-384.

Weick, Karl E. 1995. What theory is not, theorizing is. Administrative Science Quarterly, 40, 3, 385-390.

DiMaggio, Paul J. 1995. Comments on “What theory is not”. Administrative Science Quarterly, 40, 3, 391-397.

Session 2: Overview of the fields


Davis, M. S. 1971. That is interesting. Philosophy of Social Sciences, 1: 309-344.

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.

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.

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.

Session 3: Resource Dependence and Power I


Emerson, R.M. 1962. Power-dependence relations. American Sociological Review, 27: 31-41.

Pfeffer J. 1972. Merger as a response to organizational interdependence. Administrative Science Quarterly 17: 218-228.

Finkelstein, S. 1997. Interindustry merger patterns and resource dependence: A replication and extension of Pfeffer (1972). Strategic Management Journal 18: 787-810.

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.

Gulati R, 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.


Session 4: Resource Dependence and Power II


Hillman AJ, Withers MC, Collins BJ. 2009. Resource dependence theory: A review. Journal of Management 35: 1404-1427.

Cowen, A. P. & Marcel, J.J 2011. Damaged Goods: Board decisions to dismiss reputationally compromised directors. Academy of Management. Journal, 54(3): 509–527.

Hillman, A. J., Shropshire, C., and Cannella, A. A. 2007. Organizational predictors of women on corporate boards. Academy of Management Journal, 50: 941-952.

Finkelstein, S. 1992. Power in top management teams: Dimensions, measurement, and validation. Academy of Management Journal, 35: 505-538.

Wry, T., Cobb, J. A., and Aldrich, H. E. 2013. More than a metaphor: Assessing the historical legacy of resource dependence and its contemporary promise as a theory of environmental complexity. Academy of Management Annals, 7: 439–486.


Recommended readings

Pfeffer, J. 2003. Introduction to the classic edition. In J. Pfeffer & G. R. Salancik, The external control of organizations: A resource dependence perspective (pp. xi-xxx). Stanford, CA: Stanford University Press.

Davis, G.F. and Cobb, J.A. 2010. Resource dependence theory: Past and future. Research in the Sociology of Organizations, 28: 21–42.


Session 5: Institutional Theory I (Isomorphism)


Meyer and Rowan, 1977. Institutionalized Organizations: Formal Structure as Myth and Ceremony. American Journal of Sociology, 83: 340-63.

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.

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.

Fiss, P.C. and E.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.

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.


Recommended readings

Tolbert, P.S., Zucker, L. 1983. Institutional sources of change in the formal structure of organizations: The diffusion of civil service reform, 1880-1935. Administrative Science Quarterly, 30: 22-39.

Mizruchi, M.S. and Fein, L.C. 1999. The social construction of organizational knowledge: a study of the uses of coercive, mimetic, and normative isomorphism. Administrative Science Quarterly, 44: 653-683.


Session 6: Institutional Theory II (change, logic, and deinstitutionalization)


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.

Kraatz, M. S., & Moore, J. H. 2002. Executive migration and institutional change. Academy of Management Journal, 45(1), 120-143.

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.

Thornton P.H. 2002. The rise of the corporation in a craft industry: Conflict and conformity in institutional logics. Academy of Management Journal, 45: 81–101.

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.


Session 7: Population Ecology


Hannan, M.T., and Freeman, J. 1984. Structural inertia and organizational change. American Sociological Review, 49: 149-164.

Amburgey, T., Kelly, D. and Barnett, B. 1993. Resetting the clock: The dynamics of organizational change and failure. Administrative Science Quarterly, 38: 51-73.

Baum, J. and Mezias, S. 1992. Localized competition and organizational failure in the Manhattan hotel industry, 1898-1990. Administrative Science Quarterly, 37: 580-604.

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.

Fischer, H.M. and Pollock, T.G. 2004. Effects of social capital and power on surviving transformational change: The case of initial public offerings. Academy of Management Journal, 47: 463-481.


Recommended readings

Hannan, M.T., and Freeman, J. 1977. The population ecology of organizations. American Journal of Sociology, 82: 929-964.

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.

Xu, D., Lu, J. W., and Gu, Q. 2014. Organizational forms and multi-population dynamics. Administrative Science Quarterly, 59(3): 517–547.


Session 8: Transaction Cost and Agency Problem


Williamson, O.E. 1979. Transaction-cost economics: The governance of contractual relations. Journal of Law and Economics, 22(2), 233-261.

David, R., and Han, S.K. 2004. A systematic assessment of the empirical support for transaction cost economics. Strategic Management Journal, 25: 39-58.

Eisenhardt, K. 1989. Agency theory: An assessment and review. Academy of Management Review, 14: 57-74.

Davis, G.F. 1991. Agents without principles? The spread of the poison pill through the intercorporate network. Administrative Science Quarterly. 36: 583-613.

Hillman, A. J., and Dalziel, T. 2003. Boards of directors and firm performance: Integrating agency and resource dependence perspectives. Academy of Management Review, 28: 383-396.


Recommended readings

Jensen, M., and Meckling, W. 1976. Theory of the firm: Managerial behavior, agency costs, and ownership structure. Journal of Financial Economics, 3: 305-360.

Williamson, O. 1981. The economics of organization: The transaction cost approach. American Journal of Sociology, 87: 548-577.


Session 9: Stakeholder, Stewardship, Signaling, and Contingency Theory


Donaldson, T. and Preston, L. 1995. The stakeholder theory of the modern corporation: Concepts, evidence and implications. Academy of Management Review, 20, 65-91.

Davis, J.H., Schoorman, F.D., and Donaldson, L. 1997. Toward a stewardship theory of management. Academy of Management Review, 22, 20-47.

Connelly, B. L., Certo, S. T., Ireland, R. D., & Reutzel, C. R. 2011. Signaling theory: A review and assessment. Journal of Management, 37(1), 39-67.

Vasudeva, G., Nachum, L., & Say, G.-D. 2018. A signaling theory of institutional activism: How Norway’s sovereign wealth fund investments affect firms’ foreign acquisitions. Academy of Management Journal, 61(4): 1583-1611.

Schoonhoven, C. B. 1981. Problems with contingency theory: Testing assumptions hidden within the language of contingency theory. Administrative Science Quarterly, 26: 349-377.


Session 10: Learning, Information, and Stigma Theories


Gupta, A.K. Smith, K.G. and Shalley, C.E. 2006. The interplay between exploration and exploitation. Academy of Management Journal, 49: 693-706.

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.

Lieberman, M. B., & Asaba, S. 2006. Why Do Firms Imitate Each Other? Academy of. Management Review, 31: 366-385.

Haunschild, P. R., and Beckman, C. M. 1998. When do interlocks matter? Alternate sources of information and interlock influence. Administrative Science Quarterly, 43(4): 815-844.

Devers, C. E., Dewett, T., Mishina, Y., & Belsito, C. A. 2009. A general theory of organizational stigma. Organization Science, 20, 154-171


Section 11: Academic publishing

Colquitt, J.A. and George, G. 2011. Publishing in AMJ – Part 1: Topic choice. Academy of Management Journal, 54(3): 432–5.

Bono, J.E. and McNamara, G. 2011. Publishing in AMJ – Part 2: Research design. Academy of Management Journal, 54(4): 657-660.

Grant, A.M., and Pollock, T.G. 2011. Publishing in AMJ-part 3: Setting the hook. Academy of Management Journal, 54, 873-879.

Sparrow, R.T. and Mayer, K.J. 2011. Publishing in AMJ – Part 4: Grounding hypotheses. Academy of Management Journal, 54(6): 1098-1102.

Zhang, Y., and Shaw, J. R. 2012. Publishing in AMJ—Part 5: Crafting the methods and results. Academy of Management Journal, 55, 8-12.

Geletkanycz, M. and Tepper, B.J. 2012. Publishing in AMJ – Part 6: Discussing the implications. Academy of Management Journal, 55(2): 256-260.

Kilduff, M. 2007. The top ten reasons why your paper might not be sent out for review. Academy of Management Review. pp. 700-702.

Rose, R. B. 2012. Reflections on the craft of clear writing. Academy of Management Review, 37(4), 493-501.

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.

Ireland, R.D. 2008. Revisiting AMJ’s revise-and-resubmit process. Academy of Management Journal, 51(6), 1049-1050.

Shaw, J. D. 2012. From the editors responding to reviewers. Academy of Management Journal, 55(6), 1261-1263.

Pollock, T., & Bono, J. (2013). Being Scheherazade: The importance of storytelling in academic writing. Academy of Management Journal, 56(3), 629–634.


Section 12: Research design: data collection, and methodology


Jiang, H., Xia, J., Devers, C., and Shen, W. (forthcoming). Who will board a sinking ship? A firm-director interdependence perspective of mutual selection between declining firms and director candidates. Academy of Management Journal.

Li, T., Wang, H., Xia, J. 2020. Stakeholder preservation or appropriation? The influence of target CSR on market reactions to acquisition announcements. Academy of Management Journal. 63(5): 1535–1560.

Xia, J., Yu, J. and Lin, Y. 2019. Periphery, Overlap, and Subunit Exit in Multiunit Firms: A Subunit Power Perspective. Journal of Management. 45(3): 881-908.

Gong, Y., Zhang, Y. and Xia, J. 2019. Do Firms Learn More from Small or Big Successes and Failures? A Test of the Outcome-Based Feedback Learning Perspective. Journal of Management. 45(3): 1034-1056.

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. Strategic Management Journal. 39(1): 217–241.

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. Strategic Management Journal. 39(1): 193–216.

Xia, J., Wang, Y., Lin, Y., Yang, H. and Li, S. 2018. Alliance formation in the midst of market and network: Insights from resource dependence and network perspectives. Journal of Management. 44(5): 1899-1925.

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.

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. Strategic Management Journal. 38(10): 1951-2142.

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? Strategic Management Journal, 38(9): 1915-1934.

Xia, J., Dawley, D., Ma, R., Jiang, H. and Boal, K. 2016. Resolving a dilemma of signaling bankrupt-firm emergence: A dynamic integrative view. Strategic Management Journal, 37(8): 1754-1764.

Xia, J., Ma, X., Lu, J., and Yiu, D. 2014. Outward foreign direct investment by emerging market firms: A resource dependence logic. Strategic Management Journal, 35(9): 1343–1363.

Xia, J. and Li, S. 2013. The divestiture of acquired subunits: A resource dependence approach. Strategic Management Journal, 34(1): 131-148 (lead paper).

Xia, J. 2011. Mutual dependence, partner substitutability, and repeated partnership: The survival of cross-border alliances. Strategic Management Journal, 32(3): 229-253 (lead paper).

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. Strategic Management Journal, 30(12): 1286-1309.

Xia, J., Tan, J., and Tan, D. 2008. Mimetic entry and bandwagon effect: The rise and decline of international equity joint venture in China. Strategic Management Journal, 29(2): 195-217.

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夏军教授简介:

2006年在德克萨斯理工大学获得管理学博士学位,目前任职德克萨斯大学达拉斯分校Jindal商学院战略管理系副教授。

其研究主要集中于4个领域:组织理论(资源依赖、权力和制度过程);公司战略(并购、合资、联盟和剥离);社会网络(嵌入性的结果);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)。夏军副教授已在Strategic Management Journal、Organizational Research Methods、 Management and Organization Review、 Journal of Small Business Management等期刊上发表文章。他是近几年在Strategic Management Journal上发表文章最多的华人学者之一。







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