Nan Jia
Nan Jia
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Are Collective and Private Political Actions Substitutes or Complements? Empirical Evidence from China’s Private Sector
N Jia
Strategic Management Journal 35 (2), 292–315, 2014
168*2014
The dynamics of political embeddedness in China: The case of publicly listed firms
HA Haveman, N Jia, J Shi, Y Wang
Administrative AScience Quarterly 62 (1), 67-104, 2017
135*2017
The Dynamics of Political Embeddedness in China
H Haveman, N Jia, J Shi, Y Wang
Administrative Acience Quarterly, 2016
1252016
Coinsurance Within Business Groups: Evidence from Related Party Transactions in an Emerging Market
N Jia, J Shi, Y Wang
Management Science 34 (13), 1551-1567, 2013
962013
The Structure of Political Institutions and Effectiveness of Corporate Political Lobbying
S Choi, N Jia, J Lu
Organization Science 26 (1), 158-179, 2015
812015
Perverse Complementarity: Political Connections & the Use of Courts Among Private Firms in China
YY Ang, J Nan
Journal of Politics 76 (2), 318-332, 2014
782014
Public Governance, Corporate Governance, and Firm Innovation: An Examination of State-Owned Enterprises
KG Huang, CM Zhang
Academy of Management Journal, 2018
512018
Political Hazards and Firms’ Geographic Concentration
N Jia, K Mayer
Strategic Management Journal 38 (2), 203–231, 2017
412017
Competition, governance, and relationship-specific investments: Theory and implications for strategy
N Jia
Strategic Management Journal 34 (3), 1551–1567, 2013
382013
The'Make and/or Buy'Decisions of Corporate Political Lobbying: Integrating the Economic Efficiency and Legitimacy Perspectives
N Jia
Academy of Management Review, 2017
262017
Political Strategy and Market Capabilities: Evidence from the Chinese Private Sector
N Jia
Management and Organization Review 12 (1), 75-102, 2016
192016
Complementarity in Firms’ Market and Political Capabilities: An Integrated Theoretical Perspective.
N Jia, K Mayer
Advances in Strategic Management 34, 435-468, 2016
162016
Value creation and value capture in governing shareholder relationships: Evidence from a policy experiment in an emerging market
N Jia, J Shi, Y Wang
Strategic Management Journal 39 (9), 2466-2488, 2018
102018
Political Connections and Use of Courts in Dispute Resolution: A Survey Analysis of Chinese Private Firms
YY Ang, N Jia
Working Paper, presented at 2011 Annual Meeting of American Political …, 2012
62012
China’s economic transition and the value of firms’ political connections: A longitudinal study of publicly listed firms
H Haveman, N Jia, J Shi, Y Wang
Notes, 2013
52013
The Interdependence of Public and Private Stakeholder Influence: A Study of Political Patronage and Corporate Philanthropy in China
N Jia, J Shi, Y Wang
Advances in Strategic Management, Forthcoming, 2018
32018
Value creation and value capture in corporate governance: Using the value-based approach to analyze an ownership reform of China’s listed firms
N Jia, J Shi, Y Wang
Marshall School of Business Working Paper, 2012
32012
Does Market Transition Eclipse the Value of Firms’ Political Connections? A Longitudinal Study of Publicly Listed Firms in China
N Jia, J Shi, Y Wang
A Longitudinal Study of Publicly Listed Firms in China (March 6, 2012), 2012
22012
Political strategies in emerging economies
N Jia
ProQuest, 2008
22008
Parasites and Paragons: Ownership Reform and Concentrated Interest among Minority Shareholders
N Jia, J Shi, C Wang, Y Wang
Journal of Management Studies 57 (1), 129-162, 2020
12020
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