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Board interlocks and corporate performance among firms listed abroad
Journal of Management History (2015)
  • Mike W. Peng, University of Texas at Dallas
  • Canan C. Mutlu, Kennesaw State University
  • Steve Sauerwald, University of Illinois at Chicago
  • Kevin Y Au, Chinese University of Hong Kong
  • Denis Y.L. Wang, Chinese University of Hong Kong
This paper aims to explore the interlock-performance relationship among mainland Chinese firms listed in Hong Kong by taking advantage of a relationship-intensive context whereby such a link is likely to be especially important. Although strategic networks such as interlocking directorates have been found to affect a number of strategic behaviors, the link connecting board interlocks and corporate performance has remained ambiguous. Considerable light has been shed on the strategic networks of firms whose shares are listed abroad, which have been under-studied despite their rising importance in the global economy
  • Management history,
  • Emerging and regional economies
Publication Date
April 13, 2015
Citation Information
Mike W. Peng, Canan C. Mutlu, Steve Sauerwald, Kevin Y Au, et al.. "Board interlocks and corporate performance among firms listed abroad" Journal of Management History Vol. 21 Iss. 2 (2015) p. 257 - 282
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