Empirical Methods for Research in Organization and Management (in Chinese) edited by Xiao-Ping Chen, Anne Tsui, and Larry Jing-Lih Farh
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Lecture 1- The scientific research process and types of empirical studies
(Anne S. Tsui)
IACMR Commitment to Excellence (English) – IACMR
Editorial. Contextualization in Chinese Management Research. Management and Organization Review 2:1, pp.1-13.
Anne S. Tsui. From Homogenization to Pluralism: International Management Resear in the Academy and Beyond. Academy of Management Journal 2007, Vol.50, No.6, pp.1353-1384.
Anne S Tsui. Editor’s Introduction – Autonomy of Inquiry: Shaping the Future of Emerging Scientific Communities. Management and Organization Review 5:1, pp.1-14.
Lecture 2 – Choosing a research topic, defining the research question and contributions
What to study: Generating and developing research questions. Book Chapter by Campbell, Daft, Hulin.
Lecture 3 – Developing theory and hypotheses
(David A. Whetten)
David A. Whetten. What Constitutes a Theoretical Contribution?
Academy of Management Review, 1989, Vol. 14, No. 4, 490-495
Modeling Theoretical Propositions – Designing Research for Publication
Book Chapter by David A. Whetten
Lecture 4A – Measuring OB/HRM constructs
(Jiing-Lih (Larry) Farh)
Timothy R. Hinkin. Organizational Research Methods.
Organizational Research Methods 1998 1: 104
Lecture 4B – Experiments, Simulations, & Quasi-Experiments
(Steve W. J. Kozlowski)
Eugene F. Stone-Romero. Research Strategies in Industrial and Organizational Psychology: Nonexperimental, Quasi -Experimental, and Randomized Experimental Research in Special Purpose and Nonspecial Purpose Settings. 2010
Lecture 5A – Parallel lectures: Survey research (Macro)
Michael K. Bednar, James D. Westphal. Surveying the Corporate Elite: Theoretical and Practical Guidance on Improving Response Rates and Response Quality in Top Management Survey Questionnaires
Lecture 5B – Parallel lectures: Survey research (Micro)
(Jia Lin Xie)
Wayne F. Cascio, Herman Aguinis. Research in Industrial and Organizational Psychology from 1963 to 2007: Changes, Choices, and Trends.
Journal of Applied Psychology, 2008, Vol. 93, No. 5, 1062??1
Samuel B. Bacharach. Organizational Theories: Some Criteria for Evaluation
Academy of Management Review, 1989, Vol. 14, No. 4, 496-515
Lecture 6A – Scenario methods
(Chao C. Chen)
Chao C. Chen, Ya-Ru Chen, Katherine Xin. Guanxi Practices and Trust in Management: A Procedural Justice Perspective
Organization Science, Vol. 15, No. 2, March-April 2004, pp. 200-209
Jerald Greenberg, Don E. Eskew. The Role of Role Playing in Organizational Research
Journal of Management, 1993, Vol. 19, No. 2, 221-241
Lecture 6B – Secondary data research
(Mike W. Peng)
Zhaing (John) Lin, Mike W. Peng, Haibin Yang, Sunny Li Sun. How do Networks and Learning Drive M&AS? An Institutional Comparison Between China and the United States
Strategic Management Journal, Strat. Mgmt. J., 30: 1113??2 (2009)
Lecture 7A – Theorizing about changing phenomena
(Steve W. J. Kozlowski)
Multilevel theory, research and methods in organizations: Foundations, extensions, and new directions
Book Chapter by Kozlowski, S. W. J., & Klein, K. J.
Frederick P. Morgeson, David A. Hofmann. The Structure and Function of Collective Constructs: Implications for Multilevel Research and Theory Development
Academy of Management Review, 1999, Vol. 24. No, 2, 249-265.
Lecture 7B – Ethnography and qualitative methods
Lotte Bailyn. Research as a Cognitive Process: Implications for Data Analysis
Quality and Quantity, 11(1977), 97-117
Grounded Theory Research methods, Companion to Organizations
Book Chapter by Deborah Dougherty
Lecture 8A – Cross-cultural research
(Jia Lin Xie)
Hazel Rose Markus, Shinobu Kitayama. Culture and the Self: Implications for Cognition, Emotion, and Motivation
Psychological Review, 1991, Vol. 98, No. 2, 224-253
Bryan S. Schaffer, Christine M. Riordan. A Review of Cross-Cultural Methodologies for Organizational Research: A Best-Practices Approach
Organizational Research Methods 2003 6: 169
Lecture 8B – Multi-level research
David A. Hofmann. An Overview of the Logic and Rationale of Hierarchical Linear Models
Journal of Management, 1991, Vol. 23, No. 6, 723.744
Hui Liao, Keiko Toya, David P. Lepak, Ying Hong. Do They See Eye to Eye? Management and Employee Perspectives of High-Performance Work Systems and Influence Processes on Service Quality
Journal of Applied Psychology, 2009, Vol. 94, No. 2, 371-391
Lecture 9A – Parallel lectures: Holistic research design: Synergizing theoretical novelty, method rigorousness, and practical significance (Macro)
E. Geoffrey Love, Matthew Kraatz. Character, Conformity, or the Bottom Line? How and Why Downsizing Affected Corporate Reputation
Academy of Management Journal, 2009, Vol. 52, No. 2, 314-335.
Thomas A. Kochan, Mauro F. Guillen, Larry W. Hunter, Siobhan O??ahony. Introduction to the Special Research Forum-Public Policy and Management Research: Finding the Common Ground.
Academy of Management Journal, 2009, Vol. 52, No. 6, 1088-1100.
Lecture 9B – Parallel lectures: Holistic research design: Synergizing theoretical novelty, method rigorousness, and practical significance (Micro)
Amy Edmonson. Psychological safety and learning behavior in work teams.
Administrative Science Quarterly 44.2 (June 1999):350(3).2-696
Zhou, J., Shalley, C. E. Research on employee creativity: A critical review and directions for future research.
J. J. Martocchio and G. R. Ferris (Eds.), Research in personnel and human resource management. 2003, Vol. 22, pp. 165-217, Oxford, England: Elsevier Science.
Lecture 10 – The spirit of science
(Anne S. Tsui)
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