His primary areas of investigation include Emerging markets, Economic system, International business, Strategic management and Economy. Mike W. Peng combines subjects such as Principal–agent problem, Institutional theory, Industrial organization and Entrepreneurship with his study of Emerging markets. The various areas that Mike W. Peng examines in his Economic system study include Organizational behavior, Diversity, Transition economy, China and Interpersonal ties.
His work carried out in the field of International business brings together such families of science as Economic geography, Multinational corporation, Organizational culture and Comparative advantage. His study in Strategic management is interdisciplinary in nature, drawing from both Strategic planning and Organizational theory. His work in Economy addresses issues such as Internationalization, which are connected to fields such as New Ventures, Factor market and Foreign direct investment.
Mike W. Peng mainly focuses on Emerging markets, Industrial organization, Institution, China and Corporate governance. His Emerging markets research includes elements of Resource, Economic system, International business and Market economy. The concepts of his Industrial organization study are interwoven with issues in Marketing, Competitive advantage, Empirical research and Transaction cost.
His Marketing research is multidisciplinary, incorporating perspectives in Entrepreneurship and Knowledge management. China and Strategic management are frequently intertwined in his study. In general Corporate governance, his work in Shareholder is often linked to Perspective linking many areas of study.
Institution, Industrial organization, Corporate governance, Emerging markets and China are his primary areas of study. His Institution study combines topics in areas such as Competition, Public relations, International business, Resource and Incentive. His biological study spans a wide range of topics, including Triple bottom line, Transaction cost, Affect and Scope.
His Corporate governance research incorporates themes from State ownership, Stakeholder, Accounting and Marketing. Mike W. Peng has included themes like Value, Internationalization and Economic geography in his Emerging markets study. His China research is multidisciplinary, incorporating elements of Intellectual property, Politics, Law and economics, Economic system and Mindset.
Mike W. Peng mostly deals with Institution, China, Emerging markets, International business and Public relations. His research in Institution intersects with topics in Incentive, Competition, Market economy, Corporate governance and Industrial organization. His studies deal with areas such as Intellectual property, Law and economics, Legitimacy, Politics and Enthusiasm as well as China.
His work blends Emerging markets and Shared history studies together. His International business research integrates issues from Path dependence and Transaction cost. His Public relations study incorporates themes from Control, Financial performance and Capital market.
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Institutional Transitions and Strategic Choices
Mike W. Peng.
Academy of Management Review (2003)
An institution-based view of international business strategy: a focus on emerging economies
Mike W Peng;Denis Y L Wang;Yi Jiang.
Journal of International Business Studies (2008)
Managerial Ties and Firm Performance in a Transition Economy: The Nature of a Micro-Macro Link
Mike W. Peng;Yadong Luo.
Academy of Management Journal (2000)
The Growth of the Firm in Planned Economies in Transition: Institutions, Organizations, and Strategic Choice
Mike W. Peng;Peggy Sue Heath.
Academy of Management Review (1996)
Strategy Research in Emerging Economies: Challenging the Conventional Wisdom*
Mike Wright;Igor Filatotchev;Robert E. Hoskisson;Mike W. Peng.
Journal of Management Studies (2005)
Institutions, resources, and entry strategies in emerging economies
Klaus E. Meyer;Saul Estrin;Sumon Kumar Bhaumik;Mike W. Peng.
Strategic Management Journal (2009)
Corporate Governance in Emerging Economies: A Review of the Principal–Principal Perspective
Michael N. Young;Mike W. Peng;David Ahlstrom;Garry D. Bruton.
Journal of Management Studies (2008)
The Institution-Based View as a Third Leg for a Strategy Tripod.
Mike W. Peng;Sunny Li Sun;Brian Pinkham;Hao Chen.
Academy of Management Perspectives (2009)
The resource-based view and international business:
Mike W. Peng.
Journal of Management (2001)
Organizational slack and firm performance during economic transitions: two studies from an emerging economy
Justin Tan;Mike W. Peng.
Strategic Management Journal (2003)
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