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主讲人简介：崔林教授目前担任澳大利亚国立大学教授（International Business），管理学院副院长。研究方向是新兴市场经济体企业的国际化战略、制度视角的国际商务研究，以及创业与国际化战略。他在Journal of International Business Studies，Strategic Management Journal, Organization Studies, Journal of World Business等国际顶级期刊发表论文30余篇，曾获美国管理学年会（AOM）最佳论文奖、国际商务管理年会（AIB）最佳论文奖，主持并参与多项澳大利亚研究委员会基金项目，国家自然科学基金项目等。正在担任Journal of International Management, International Business Review, Asia Pacific Journal of Management和Management and Organization Review 的高级编辑，以及 Journal of International Business Studies 的编委。崔林教授个人Google引用2423、H-index为20。
Business group (BG) as a prevalent intermediate organizational structure. Research seeks to understand why BGs exist and how they behave. In this talk, I share two studies attempting to contribute novel insights into this literature. In the first study (published in JIBS 2019), we examine the internal resource allocation mechanisms of BGs operating under different state capitalism systems. Contrasting the types of state capitalism in China and India, we find that the effect of BG affiliation on firms’ superior performance persistence is stronger in a state-led system of state capitalism (e.g., China) than in a co-governed system (e.g., India) and that this divergence of the BG effect is weakened as affiliated firms internationalize. In the second study (work in progress), we argue that firms affiliated with BGs respond to internal comparison with group peers. We hypothesize that, on average, affiliated firms are more responsive to internal than external social comparison, and that the internal comparison effect is contingent on group and environmental factors which alter the expectancy and valence of internal market benefits. We test these hypotheses with data from a panel of 2610 BG affiliated firms in China during the period 2005-2012, and find broad supports.