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  1. In 2013, the Chinese government implemented Rule No. 18, which suspended the directorships of incumbent government officials and precluded those who retired within the past three years from serving as independ...

    Authors: Ting Ren, Youzhi Xiao, Xinguo Yu, Hongyan Yang and Jianmei Ge

    Citation: Frontiers of Business Research in China 2020 14:23

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  2. This paper examines whether customer base composition in the US, that is, whether a firm’s major customers are government entities or publicly traded companies, affects the properties of its management earning...

    Authors: Agnes C. S. Cheng, Wenli Huang and Shaojun Zhang

    Citation: Frontiers of Business Research in China 2020 14:22

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  3. As the 2019 novel coronavirus disease (COVID-19) pandemic rages globally, its impact has been felt in the stock markets around the world. Amidst the gloomy economic outlook, certain sectors seem to have surviv...

    Authors: Ding Ding, Chong Guan, Calvin M. L. Chan and Wenting Liu

    Citation: Frontiers of Business Research in China 2020 14:21

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  4. The COVID-19 outbreak is a global crisis that has placed small and medium enterprises (SMEs) under huge pressure to survive, requiring them to respond effectively to the crisis. SMEs have adopted various digit...

    Authors: Hai Guo, Zhuen Yang, Ran Huang and Anqi Guo

    Citation: Frontiers of Business Research in China 2020 14:19

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  5. For many online businesses, online reviews are crucially important to managing reputation, word-of-mouth sales, and, ultimately, their survival. Hence, more and more online business owners are posting public r...

    Authors: Xiaofei Li, Baolong Ma and Rubing Bai

    Citation: Frontiers of Business Research in China 2020 14:18

    Content type: Research

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  6. We develop a recession forecasting framework using a less restrictive target variable and more flexible and inclusive specification than those used in the literature. The target variable captures the occurrenc...

    Authors: Huiwen Lai and Eric C. Y. Ng

    Citation: Frontiers of Business Research in China 2020 14:17

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  7. Identifying risks and prioritizing is important for payment service provider (PSP) companies to get banking projects and gain more market share. However, studies regarding the identification of risks and causa...

    Authors: Mohammad Khalilzadeh, Laleh Katoueizadeh and Edmundas Kazimieras Zavadskas

    Citation: Frontiers of Business Research in China 2020 14:15

    Content type: Research

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  8. Contrary to other markets where underwriters perform a combined role of underwriting and sponsoring in an Initial Public Offering (IPO), IPO issuers in Hong Kong must appoint at least one sponsor in addition t...

    Authors: Wilson H. S. Tong and Michael B. T. Wong

    Citation: Frontiers of Business Research in China 2020 14:14

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  9. Drawing on the conservation of resource theory, this study investigates the mediating effects of self-efficacy and academic engagement in the relationship between servant supervision and postgraduates’ employa...

    Authors: Lifeng Zhong, Zhichao Qian and Dongdong Wang

    Citation: Frontiers of Business Research in China 2020 14:11

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  10. We analyze whether product market advertising has a spillover effect on stock price synchronicity by transmitting firm-specific information to the capital market and attracting more investor attention. Using a...

    Authors: Yajie Chen, Qinlin Zhong and Fuxiu Jiang

    Citation: Frontiers of Business Research in China 2020 14:10

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  11. Chinese consumer finance has been booming recently, especially since 2014. However, research on this topic is scant. This study presents an updated analysis, providing original, significant contributions for a...

    Authors: Kerry Liu

    Citation: Frontiers of Business Research in China 2020 14:9

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  12. An error occurred during the publication of the below two articles in Frontiers of Business Research in China. They were published in volume 14 with incorrect citation number.

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    Citation: Frontiers of Business Research in China 2020 14:4

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    The original article was published in Frontiers of Business Research in China 2019 13:22

    The original article was published in Frontiers of Business Research in China 2019 13:21

  13. Production cost can be influenced by previous sales in an uncertain way. In reality, production cost may decrease in the number of initial buyers due to the learning effect, or increase in the number of initia...

    Authors: Guodaohou Song and Xiaofang Wang

    Citation: Frontiers of Business Research in China 2020 14:3

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  14. Although intragroup conflict has both multilevel and dynamic natures, less attention has been paid to establishing a holistic model of intragroup conflict that emerges across levels and unfolds over time. To a...

    Authors: Jiunyan Wu and Tomoki Sekiguchi

    Citation: Frontiers of Business Research in China 2019 13:22

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    The Publisher Correction to this article has been published in Frontiers of Business Research in China 2020 14:4

  15. By responding to the call for research on negative career shocks and future time perspective, this study regarded internal social capital as a tool of resource retention which shifts attention to negative care...

    Authors: Jin Feng, Wenxia Zhou, Shuoyu Li and Mengyi Li

    Citation: Frontiers of Business Research in China 2019 13:21

    Content type: Research

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    The Publisher Correction to this article has been published in Frontiers of Business Research in China 2020 14:4

  16. Leader humility has emerged as an important topic in understanding the role of leadership in organizations in recent years. Though it was found to enhance subordinates’ work performance and positive work behav...

    Authors: Yue Wang, Wenhao Luo, Jing Zhang and Yirong Guo

    Citation: Frontiers of Business Research in China 2019 13:20

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  17. This study examines how and when authoritarian leadership affects subordinates’ task performance. Using social exchange theory and power dependence theory, this study proposes that authoritarian leadership neg...

    Authors: Zhen Wang, Yuan Liu and Songbo Liu

    Citation: Frontiers of Business Research in China 2019 13:19

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  18. Drawing upon the knowledge-based view and team learning, we investigated how heterogeneity in top management teams (TMTs) in China influences global expansion strategies. Using panel data from Chinese listed f...

    Authors: Shuai Meng, Jiayan Yan and Xuebing Cao

    Citation: Frontiers of Business Research in China 2019 13:16

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  19. This paper examines whether the announcement of an employee stock ownership plan (ESOP) affects stock price crash risk and the mechanism by which the ESOP may influence crash risk, using a sample of Chinese A-...

    Authors: Yan Li, Bao Sun and Shangyao Yu

    Citation: Frontiers of Business Research in China 2019 13:14

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  20. The platform economy is becoming an important engine for industrial innovation and economic growth. However, empirical research on how platform governance affects product performance through network externalit...

    Authors: Jingtao Yi, Jinqiu He and Lihong Yang

    Citation: Frontiers of Business Research in China 2019 13:13

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  21. Focusing on the global diffusion of the “A” list consisting of predominantly U.S.-based journals, we argue that such diffusion represents an important form of professionalization in the management of business ...

    Authors: Mike W. Peng

    Citation: Frontiers of Business Research in China 2019 13:12

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  22. This study proposes a moderated mediation model to investigate the relationship between organizational learning and firm performance. We argue that entrepreneurial orientation mediates the positive effect of o...

    Authors: Chunling Zhu, Anqi Liu and Yangwen Wang

    Citation: Frontiers of Business Research in China 2019 13:11

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  23. This study investigates whether venture capital reputation is a blessing or a curse for entrepreneurial firm innovation by using data from 1553 observations of venture capital investments on entrepreneurial fi...

    Authors: Han Liang, Gang Liu and Jianling Yin

    Citation: Frontiers of Business Research in China 2019 13:9

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  24. Drawing on the input–mediator (a blend of team process and emergent state)–output (IMO) framework, we develop a conceptual model in which team behavioral integration is conceived of as a team-level mediator th...

    Authors: Xiaomeng Zhang and Ho Kwong Kwan

    Citation: Frontiers of Business Research in China 2019 13:7

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  25. Limited empirical investigation has been devoted to understanding the multiple- effect mechanisms of moral leadership, especially the relationship between mediators. Drawing from both social learning and socia...

    Authors: Yuanjie Bao and Chaoping Li

    Citation: Frontiers of Business Research in China 2019 13:6

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  26. This study aims to contribute to marketing theory by applying monopolistic competition theory to investigate how differentiation affects online retailers’ pricing power. We examine the intermediary effect of c...

    Authors: Zhenjie Wang, Chunling Zhu, Shanwu Tian and Ping Li

    Citation: Frontiers of Business Research in China 2019 13:5

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  27. Although exploration and exploitation, as a pair of paradoxical organizational outcomes, are generated by different causal conditions, the conjunction of their respective causal antecedents has yet to be fully...

    Authors: Lulu Liu, Fengbin Wang and Xiukun Li

    Citation: Frontiers of Business Research in China 2019 13:4

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  28. This paper investigates the impact of corporate spinoffs on executive compensation. We find no significant association between executive compensation and stock returns prior to spinoffs, but a significant posi...

    Authors: Justin Law and Wayne Yu

    Citation: Frontiers of Business Research in China 2018 12:23

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  29. Transformational leadership, generally considered as a desirable leadership style, has positive effects on various performance outcomes of employees; however, its productivity has been called into question bec...

    Authors: Yashuo Chen, Ranran Ning, Tong Yang, Shangjun Feng and Chunjiang Yang

    Citation: Frontiers of Business Research in China 2018 12:22

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  30. High-performance work systems have been widely adopted in the workplace. Previous research on high-performance work systems debated whether the generated effects are mutual gains or conflicting outcomes for em...

    Authors: Xueqing Fan, Yan Liu and Xi Zou

    Citation: Frontiers of Business Research in China 2018 12:21

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