Professor of Entrepreneurship, INSEAD
Welcome to my web site, which hosts information on research, talks, and some blog musings.
A little about myself
I am a Professor of Entrepreneurship at INSEAD. I have a Ph.D. in organizational behavior from the Graduate School of Business, Stanford University.
I am an Academy of Management Fellow since 2012.
My research interest is strategic change in organizations, mostly from a learning perspective. I also study how networks of organizations change, how organizations and communities are related, and how innovations are made and spread. I have published over 60 articles in journals including Administrative Science Quarterly, Academy of Management Journal, Strategic Management Journal, American Journal of Sociology, American Sociological Review, and Management Science.
Network Advantage is the new book written by me, Tim Rowley, and Andrew Shipilov.
My google scholar profile has links to full-text versions of my papers and citation statistics.
This profile has links to full-text versions of many of my papers.
My SSRN ID has the working papers that my co-authors post.
The LSE Business Blog has an entry based on research by Cyndi Man Zhang and myself on how Chinese firms reacted (slowly!) to a new rule.
Marc-David Seidel and I edited the Research in the Sociology of Organizations volume on Emergence, and our introductory chapter has free access.
The reference volume on Organizational Wrongdoing has come out, and Daphne Teh and I have a chapter on punishment: wrongdoingbook.pdf
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