主講人：鍾基年 教授 (新加坡國立大學商學院戰略系)
時 間：107年12月19日（星期三）上午10時30分 - 下午12時00分
Many sociological perspectives and constructs have been incorporated into studies of organization management. This talk takes an initial step toward a synthesis of the current works that applied sociological views to investigate important organizational phenomena. I will classify such works into four streams according to the sociological constructs adopted: social networks, institutional logics, ecological dynamics, and status conformity. I will highlight the key concepts of each stream and provide representative examples.
Chi-Nien Chung is professor in the Department of Strategy & Policy at National University of Singapore Business School. He received his Ph.D. in sociology from Stanford University. His research interests center around business groups, family firms, and political ties in emerging economies, with a focus on the interaction between institutional changes and organizational responses, in particular, how market-oriented transitions and democratization moderate the relationships among firm strategy, governance, and performance. His work has appeared in Administrative Science Quarterly, Management Science, Organization Science, Strategic Management Journal, and other refereed journals. He serves on the boards of CGIR, JMS, MOR, and SMJ.