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Cross-border mergers and acquisitions by oil and gas multinational enterprises: Geography-based view of energy strategy EI SSCI SCIE Scopus
期刊论文 | 2017 , 72 , 961-980 | RENEWABLE & SUSTAINABLE ENERGY REVIEWS | IF: 9.184
WoS CC Cited Count: 2
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Given that global crude oil prices are significantly dropped and business consolidation transactions are markedly increased in recent years, this paper, to date, is the first to examine the cross-border merger and acquisition strategy of oil and gas multinational enterprises. Using a fine-tuned sample of 150 large-scale oil acquisition transactions (US$535 billion) announced by oil and gas enterprises from over 50 countries during the period 2005-2015, we endeavor to answer four fundamental research questions: who is where, what for; who is there, why; who is where and there; and who is a serial acquirer. To do so, we propose an integrated framework of geography-based view of energy strategy by leveraging theoretical insights from the energy, economic geography, international business strategy, and corporate finance literature. On top of that, we discuss the dynamics of the oil and gas industry, and show the remarkable trends in the crude oil prices over the past three decades, 1990-2016. Our geographic analyses highlight that state-owned oil companies from Asia and a less extent Europe have rapidly expanded into resource rich countries such as Canada and the US to secure oil reserves as well as acquire industry-specific strategic assets. This research contributes to the geography-based view of energy strategy, and discusses policy and managerial implications to sustain the world oil and gas industry.

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Energy security Energy strategy Crude oil prices Cross-border mergers and acquisitions Geography-based view Oil and gas industry

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GB/T 7714 Reddy, K. S. , Xie, En . Cross-border mergers and acquisitions by oil and gas multinational enterprises: Geography-based view of energy strategy [J]. | RENEWABLE & SUSTAINABLE ENERGY REVIEWS , 2017 , 72 : 961-980 .
MLA Reddy, K. S. 等. "Cross-border mergers and acquisitions by oil and gas multinational enterprises: Geography-based view of energy strategy" . | RENEWABLE & SUSTAINABLE ENERGY REVIEWS 72 (2017) : 961-980 .
APA Reddy, K. S. , Xie, En . Cross-border mergers and acquisitions by oil and gas multinational enterprises: Geography-based view of energy strategy . | RENEWABLE & SUSTAINABLE ENERGY REVIEWS , 2017 , 72 , 961-980 .
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Relative buyer-supplier relational strength and supplier's information sharing with the buyer SSCI Scopus
期刊论文 | 2017 , 78 , 303-313 | JOURNAL OF BUSINESS RESEARCH | IF: 2.509
WoS CC Cited Count: 1
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Extant literature exploring the effect of buyer-supplier relationship on information sharing takes a dyadic per-spective and overlooks the fact that adjacent relationships play a role in affecting buyer-supplier information sharing. Drawing upon the theory of social conformity, this research tries to reveal the impacts of surrounding buyer-supplier relationships on a focal supplier's information sharing with the buyer in the dyad. Using survey data from 178 Chinese manufacturing buyers who identified 768 suppliers, this study shows both informational and normative social influences in the supplier network, and finds that for a focal supplier, the relative buyer supplier relational strength is negatively associated with the supplier's information sharing with the buyer. Furthermore, this relationship will be strengthened when supplier network density and dyadic buyer-supplier technological difference are high. (c) 2017 Elsevier Inc. All rights reserved.

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Social conformity Supplier network Relative buyer-supplier relational strength Information sharing

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GB/T 7714 Yang, Zhi , Zhang, Hai , Xie, En . Relative buyer-supplier relational strength and supplier's information sharing with the buyer [J]. | JOURNAL OF BUSINESS RESEARCH , 2017 , 78 : 303-313 .
MLA Yang, Zhi 等. "Relative buyer-supplier relational strength and supplier's information sharing with the buyer" . | JOURNAL OF BUSINESS RESEARCH 78 (2017) : 303-313 .
APA Yang, Zhi , Zhang, Hai , Xie, En . Relative buyer-supplier relational strength and supplier's information sharing with the buyer . | JOURNAL OF BUSINESS RESEARCH , 2017 , 78 , 303-313 .
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Does state ownership facilitate outward FDI of Chinese SOEs? Institutional development, market competition, and the logic of interdependence between governments and SOEs SSCI Scopus
期刊论文 | 2017 , 26 (1) , 176-188 | INTERNATIONAL BUSINESS REVIEW | IF: 2.754
WoS CC Cited Count: 13 SCOPUS Cited Count: 19
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Outward foreign direct investment (OFDI) of manufacturing state-owned enterprises (SOEs) from emerging economies (EE) has emerged as a significant phenomenon in global markets. Although previous research has emphasized the bright-side of state ownership in facilitating SOEs' OFDI, the stream of research largely overlooks its dark-side effects. Drawing on resource dependence theory (RDT), we argue that state ownership creates dependence of SOEs on their home governments, which may undermine manufacturing SOEs' willingness to conduct OFDI, autonomy and market orientation, and legitimacy in overseas markets. Thus, substantial state ownership may counteract with manufacturing SOEs' OFDI from EE. Our empirical results, based on a sample of 507 Chinese publicly-listed manufacturing SOEs during 2007-2013, show that a high percentage of state-owned shares exerts negative effects on SOEs' OFDI. Relative to local SOEs, central SOEs are less likely to engage in OFDI. Further, the negative effect of the percentage of state-owned shares on SOEs' OFDI will be alleviated by institutional development and competition intensity. The study contributes to literature by making a real theoretical case for the dark-side effects of state ownership on manufacturing SOEs' OFDI from EE. (C) 2016 Elsevier Ltd. All rights reserved.

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Outward FDI Institutional development China Market competition State ownership

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GB/T 7714 Huang, Yuanyuan , Xie, En , Li, Yu et al. Does state ownership facilitate outward FDI of Chinese SOEs? Institutional development, market competition, and the logic of interdependence between governments and SOEs [J]. | INTERNATIONAL BUSINESS REVIEW , 2017 , 26 (1) : 176-188 .
MLA Huang, Yuanyuan et al. "Does state ownership facilitate outward FDI of Chinese SOEs? Institutional development, market competition, and the logic of interdependence between governments and SOEs" . | INTERNATIONAL BUSINESS REVIEW 26 . 1 (2017) : 176-188 .
APA Huang, Yuanyuan , Xie, En , Li, Yu , Reddy, K. S. . Does state ownership facilitate outward FDI of Chinese SOEs? Institutional development, market competition, and the logic of interdependence between governments and SOEs . | INTERNATIONAL BUSINESS REVIEW , 2017 , 26 (1) , 176-188 .
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Performance feedback and supplier selection: A perspective from the behavioral theory of the firm SSCI Scopus
期刊论文 | 2017 , 63 , 105-115 | INDUSTRIAL MARKETING MANAGEMENT | IF: 3.678
WoS CC Cited Count: 1 SCOPUS Cited Count: 1
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Drawing upon the behavioral theory of the firm, this study explores the behavioral antecedent of buying firms' decisions in supplier selection through relational referrals, beyond the predominant argument from relational network theory. Centering on the risk and uncertainty of searching for new suppliers, this study attempts to integrate the behavioral theory and relational network theory in explaining buying firms' supplier selection. Data from 112 Chinese manufacturing firms were used to test the hypotheses. The results suggest that performance feedback triggers buying firms' decision on the extent of reliance on relational referrals to select suppliers. Outperforming firms are more likely to use relational network to select suppliers while underperforming firms are less likely to use. This relationship will be strengthened when the intensity of market competition and specific investment in buyer-supplier relationship are high. (C) 2016 Elsevier Inc. All rights reserved.

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Supplier selection Behavioral theory of the firm Risk taking Performance feedback

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GB/T 7714 Yang, Zhi , Zhang, Hai , Xie, En . Performance feedback and supplier selection: A perspective from the behavioral theory of the firm [J]. | INDUSTRIAL MARKETING MANAGEMENT , 2017 , 63 : 105-115 .
MLA Yang, Zhi et al. "Performance feedback and supplier selection: A perspective from the behavioral theory of the firm" . | INDUSTRIAL MARKETING MANAGEMENT 63 (2017) : 105-115 .
APA Yang, Zhi , Zhang, Hai , Xie, En . Performance feedback and supplier selection: A perspective from the behavioral theory of the firm . | INDUSTRIAL MARKETING MANAGEMENT , 2017 , 63 , 105-115 .
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Country-specific determinants of cross-border mergers and acquisitions: A comprehensive review and future research directions SSCI Scopus
期刊论文 | 2017 , 52 (2) , 127-183 | JOURNAL OF WORLD BUSINESS | IF: 3.993
WoS CC Cited Count: 12 SCOPUS Cited Count: 15
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This article, to date, is the first to consolidate, review, and integrate over 250 earlier studies that examine the country-specific determinants of cross-border Mergers and acquisitions. Following 6Ws' systematic review design and protocol, we survey the taxonomy of research publishbd over the past three decades in international business, strategic management, finance, and economics. We present our syntheses in seven strands: macroeconomic and financial markets environment, institutional and regulatory environment, political environment and corruption, tax and the taxation environment, accounting standards and valuation guidelines, cultural environment, and geographical environment. Our integrative review and discussions are framed through Home-Host country, West-South, and SouthWest directional flows. We then show some highlights of the bibliometric analysis, provide a summary for each country-level determinant, and offer several theoretical propositions and research directions in need of future exploration. The review suggests that better the host Country's institutional laws with regard to financial markets, taxation and corporate governance, then higher the number of inward acquisitions. It emphasizes that geopolitical distance, regulatory distance, and cultural distance between developed and developing economies are more likely to be moderated by the target country's market size, natural resources base, and weak institutional laws, especially corporate tax and capital gains tax. Overall, the article contributes to institutional framework and political economy view of globalized production by reviewing the crucial research question - what determines cross-border merger and acquisition transactions around the world? (C) 2016 Elsevier Inc. All rights reserved.

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Global strategy Cross-border mergers and acquisitions Country-specific determinants Foreign market entry strategies Capital flows Foreign direct investment

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GB/T 7714 Xie, En , Reddy, K. S. , Liang, Jie . Country-specific determinants of cross-border mergers and acquisitions: A comprehensive review and future research directions [J]. | JOURNAL OF WORLD BUSINESS , 2017 , 52 (2) : 127-183 .
MLA Xie, En et al. "Country-specific determinants of cross-border mergers and acquisitions: A comprehensive review and future research directions" . | JOURNAL OF WORLD BUSINESS 52 . 2 (2017) : 127-183 .
APA Xie, En , Reddy, K. S. , Liang, Jie . Country-specific determinants of cross-border mergers and acquisitions: A comprehensive review and future research directions . | JOURNAL OF WORLD BUSINESS , 2017 , 52 (2) , 127-183 .
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How to enhance supplier performance in China: An integrative view of partner selection and partner control SSCI Scopus
期刊论文 | 2016 , 56 , 156-166 | INDUSTRIAL MARKETING MANAGEMENT | IF: 3.166
WoS CC Cited Count: 3 SCOPUS Cited Count: 6
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Whereas effective supplier management necessarily involves both partner selection and partner control, extant literature considers each issue separately. With an integrative perspective, this study instead examines the joint effects of two selection mechanisms (i.e., public and social) and two control mechanisms (i.e., contractual and relational) on supplier performance. The results of an investigation of 208 buyer-supplier exchanges in China provide novel insights into how to adopt formal and informal approaches of partner selection and control to improve supplier performance. We find that mixed approaches (i.e., public selection and relational control, social selection and contractual control) enhance supplier performance. In contrast, relying on combinations of either formal (i.e., public selection and contractual control) or informal (i.e., social selection and relational control) means impairs supplier performance. (C) 2016 Elsevier Inc. All rights reserved.

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Buyer-supplier exchanges Partner selection Transaction cost economics China Partner control Relational exchange theory

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GB/T 7714 Xie, En , Liang, Jie , Zhou, Kevin Zheng . How to enhance supplier performance in China: An integrative view of partner selection and partner control [J]. | INDUSTRIAL MARKETING MANAGEMENT , 2016 , 56 : 156-166 .
MLA Xie, En et al. "How to enhance supplier performance in China: An integrative view of partner selection and partner control" . | INDUSTRIAL MARKETING MANAGEMENT 56 (2016) : 156-166 .
APA Xie, En , Liang, Jie , Zhou, Kevin Zheng . How to enhance supplier performance in China: An integrative view of partner selection and partner control . | INDUSTRIAL MARKETING MANAGEMENT , 2016 , 56 , 156-166 .
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How does technological diversity in supplier network drive buyer innovation? Relational process and contingencies EI SSCI SCIE Scopus
期刊论文 | 2015 , 36 , 165-177 | JOURNAL OF OPERATIONS MANAGEMENT | IF: 4.0
WoS CC Cited Count: 19
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External networks provide important knowledge sources of innovation for firms. Drawing on social network theory, this study examines how technological diversity in supplier network influences a focal buyer firm's innovation. The results from a survey of 202 Chinese manufacturing firms and their supplier networks reveal that novel information sharing partially mediates the effect of technological diversity in supplier network on buyer firms' new product creativity. The positive effect of technological diversity is enhanced by buyer-supplier relational strength but inhibited by supplier network density; competitive intensity positively moderates this effect, and technological turbulence negatively moderates it. These findings provide novel insights into how buyer firms can use their supplier networks to enhance product innovation. (C) 2014 Elsevier B.V. All rights reserved.

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Supplier network Technological diversity New product creativity Buyer-supplier relational strength Novel information sharing Supplier network density

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GB/T 7714 Gao, Gerald Yong , Xie, En , Zhou, Kevin Zheng . How does technological diversity in supplier network drive buyer innovation? Relational process and contingencies [J]. | JOURNAL OF OPERATIONS MANAGEMENT , 2015 , 36 : 165-177 .
MLA Gao, Gerald Yong et al. "How does technological diversity in supplier network drive buyer innovation? Relational process and contingencies" . | JOURNAL OF OPERATIONS MANAGEMENT 36 (2015) : 165-177 .
APA Gao, Gerald Yong , Xie, En , Zhou, Kevin Zheng . How does technological diversity in supplier network drive buyer innovation? Relational process and contingencies . | JOURNAL OF OPERATIONS MANAGEMENT , 2015 , 36 , 165-177 .
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Mergers and acquisitions in and out of emerging economies SSCI Scopus
期刊论文 | 2015 , 50 (4) , 651-662 | JOURNAL OF WORLD BUSINESS | IF: 2.811
WoS CC Cited Count: 50 SCOPUS Cited Count: 63
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Although numerous studies analyze mergers and acquisitions (M&As) in and out of developed economies (DE), a much smaller number of studies focus on M&As in and out of emerging economies (EE). Since there are significant differences in institutional environments, corporate governance practices, and markets between DE and EE, existing knowledge on acquisitions can be extended by examining M&As in and out of EE. This paper addresses this gap and identifies the main findings of studies on acquisitions in and out of EE. The review deals with EE M&A antecedents and performance outcomes, with a focus on what new insights can be gained and what new research directions are revealed. This paper also develops propositions regarding EE M&A antecedents and performance. (C) 2014 Elsevier Inc. All rights reserved.

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Acquisitions M&A Emerging markets Emerging economies Mergers and acquisitions Developing countries Emerging multinationals Mergers

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GB/T 7714 Lebedev, Sergey , Peng, Mike W. , Xie, En et al. Mergers and acquisitions in and out of emerging economies [J]. | JOURNAL OF WORLD BUSINESS , 2015 , 50 (4) : 651-662 .
MLA Lebedev, Sergey et al. "Mergers and acquisitions in and out of emerging economies" . | JOURNAL OF WORLD BUSINESS 50 . 4 (2015) : 651-662 .
APA Lebedev, Sergey , Peng, Mike W. , Xie, En , Stevens, Charles E. . Mergers and acquisitions in and out of emerging economies . | JOURNAL OF WORLD BUSINESS , 2015 , 50 (4) , 651-662 .
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Are relational ties always good for knowledge acquisition? Buyer-supplier exchanges in China EI SSCI SCIE Scopus
期刊论文 | 2014 , 32 (3) , 88-98 | JOURNAL OF OPERATIONS MANAGEMENT | IF: 3.818
WoS CC Cited Count: 55 SCOPUS Cited Count: 61
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Relational ties between manufacturers and their suppliers serve as an important strategic resource for value creation and realization. However, conflicting evidence exists regarding their role in the acquisition of specific knowledge. This study proposes that relational ties have a nonlinear effect on specific knowledge acquisition and that this nonlinear relationship is conditional on contract specificity and competitive intensity. Results from a sample of 385 manufacturer-supplier exchanges in China demonstrate that a buyer's relational ties with its major supplier have an inverted U-shaped effect on specific knowledge acquisition from this supplier; this inverted U-shaped relationship is stronger (steeper) when contract specificity is high and competition is more intense. These findings suggest that managers should understand the benefits and downsides of relational ties in acquiring specific knowledge and avoid building highly embedded ties when they draft detailed contracts or competition is highly intensive. (C) 2014 Elsevier B.V. All rights reserved.

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Relational view Transaction cost economics Contract specificity Competitive intensity Knowledge acquisition Relational ties

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GB/T 7714 Zhou, Kevin Zheng , Zhang, Qiyuan , Sheng, Shibin et al. Are relational ties always good for knowledge acquisition? Buyer-supplier exchanges in China [J]. | JOURNAL OF OPERATIONS MANAGEMENT , 2014 , 32 (3) : 88-98 .
MLA Zhou, Kevin Zheng et al. "Are relational ties always good for knowledge acquisition? Buyer-supplier exchanges in China" . | JOURNAL OF OPERATIONS MANAGEMENT 32 . 3 (2014) : 88-98 .
APA Zhou, Kevin Zheng , Zhang, Qiyuan , Sheng, Shibin , Xie, En , Bao, Yeqing . Are relational ties always good for knowledge acquisition? Buyer-supplier exchanges in China . | JOURNAL OF OPERATIONS MANAGEMENT , 2014 , 32 (3) , 88-98 .
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Uncertainties, resources, and supplier selection in an emerging economy SSCI Scopus
期刊论文 | 2013 , 30 (4) , 1219-1242 | ASIA PACIFIC JOURNAL OF MANAGEMENT | IF: 2.742
WoS CC Cited Count: 7 SCOPUS Cited Count: 11
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Focusing on supplier selection, this article addresses two questions: (1) What are the antecedents that lead to the adoption of various types of selection strategies? (2) What impact do these strategies have on supplier performance? We build a research model showing how both the uncertainty-based and resource-based views drive market-focused and relationship-focused supply selection strategies. Further, we argue that market-focused and relationship-focused selection strategies may have different effects on supplier performance. Specifically, market-focused selection has a positive influence, whereas relationship-focused selection has an inverted U-shaped effect on supplier performance. In addition, the interaction between these two strategies exerts a significant positive influence on supplier performance. Survey data collected from 208 Chinese manufacturers are used to test our hypotheses.

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Supplier selection Uncertainties China Supplier performance Resources

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GB/T 7714 Xie, En , Peng, Mike W. , Zhao, Wenhong . Uncertainties, resources, and supplier selection in an emerging economy [J]. | ASIA PACIFIC JOURNAL OF MANAGEMENT , 2013 , 30 (4) : 1219-1242 .
MLA Xie, En et al. "Uncertainties, resources, and supplier selection in an emerging economy" . | ASIA PACIFIC JOURNAL OF MANAGEMENT 30 . 4 (2013) : 1219-1242 .
APA Xie, En , Peng, Mike W. , Zhao, Wenhong . Uncertainties, resources, and supplier selection in an emerging economy . | ASIA PACIFIC JOURNAL OF MANAGEMENT , 2013 , 30 (4) , 1219-1242 .
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