Many of his research projects under Portfolio are closely connected to Management and Artificial intelligence with Management and Artificial intelligence, tying the diverse disciplines of science together. He combines Finance and Portfolio in his research. He integrates Management with Marketing in his study. He combines Marketing and Customer satisfaction in his studies. His work on Knowledge management as part of general Knowledge flow research is often related to Developmental psychology, thus linking different fields of science. His research links Knowledge flow with Knowledge management. Many of his studies on Epistemology involve topics that are commonly interrelated, such as Quality (philosophy) and Empirical research. His study on Quality (philosophy) is mostly dedicated to connecting different topics, such as Epistemology. His Service (business) research is covered under the topics of Quality management and Total quality management.
His Epistemology study typically links adjacent topics like Quality (philosophy) and Empirical research. His Epistemology research extends to Quality (philosophy), which is thematically connected. Chinho Lin carries out multidisciplinary research, doing studies in Marketing and Finance. He performs multidisciplinary study in the fields of Finance and Marketing via his papers. He merges many fields, such as Process management and Operations management, in his writings. He merges many fields, such as Operations management and Process management, in his writings. Chinho Lin merges Supply chain with Supply chain management in his study. He applies his multidisciplinary studies on Supply chain management and Supply chain in his research. By researching both Originality and Creativity, he produces research that crosses academic boundaries.
As part of one scientific family, Chinho Lin deals mainly with the area of Knowledge sharing, narrowing it down to issues related to the Knowledge management, and often Organizational performance. In most of his Organizational performance studies, his work intersects topics such as Knowledge management. His research on Machine learning often connects related areas such as Value (mathematics), Structural equation modeling and Leverage (statistics). In most of his Leverage (statistics) studies, his work intersects topics such as Machine learning. In the subject of Statistics, he integrates adjacent scientific disciplines such as Flexibility (engineering), Survey data collection, Value (mathematics) and Structural equation modeling. His Flexibility (engineering) study often links to related topics such as Statistics. He incorporates Marketing and Advertising in his research. Chinho Lin connects Advertising with Marketing in his research. Chinho Lin performs integrative study on Creativity and Perception.
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A structural equation model of supply chain quality management and organizational performance
Chinho Lin;Wing S. Chow;Christian N. Madu;Chu Hua Kuei.
Supply chain management in the US and Taiwan: An empirical study
Wing S. Chow;Christian N. Madu;Chu Hua Kuei;Min H. Lu.
The alliance innovation performance of R&D alliances—the absorptive capacity perspective
Chinho Lin;Ya Jung Wu;Ya Jung Wu;Chiachi Chang;Weihan Wang.
The relationship between supply chain quality management practices and organizational performance
Chu Hua Kuei;Christian N. Madu;Chinho Lin.
The construction and application of knowledge navigator model (KNM TM ): An evaluation of knowledge management maturity
Ping Jung Hsieh;Binshan Lin;Chinho Lin.
A fuzzy decision support system for strategic portfolio management
Chinho Lin;Ping-Jung Hsieh.
Electronic Word-of-Mouth: The Moderating Roles of Product Involvement and Brand Image
Chinho Lin;Yi-Shuang Wu;Jeng-Chung Victor Chen.
A Comparative Analysis of Quality Practice in Manufacturing Firms in the U.S. and Taiwan
Christian N. Madu;Chu‐hua ‐h Kuei;Chinho Lin.
Exploring barriers to knowledge flow at different knowledge management maturity stages
Chinho Lin;Ju-Chuan Wu;David C. Yen.
Implementing supply chain quality management
Chu Hua Kuei;Christian N. Madu;Chinho Lin.
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