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Greetings Colleagues,


Management and Organization Review, Volume 8, Issue 1 (March 2012), presents a special issue on Indigenous Management Research with four exciting articles, a commentary by Andy Van de Ven and Runtian Jing, and an introduction from guest editors Peter Ping Li, Kwok Leung, Chao C. Chen, and Jar-Der Luo. In addition, there are three regular articles on the same theme: one meta-analysis of the guanxi literature at the firm level, a three-decade review of the contribution of context in Chinese management research, and a look at Brazilian management studies.


We hope you will enjoy reading this issue’s interesting articles!

 -The MOR Editorial Team



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Management and Organization Review

© 2012 The International Association for Chinese Management Research

Volume 8, Issue 1 Pages 1 - 251, March 2012

Special Issue: Indigenous Management Research in China

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Indigenous Chinese Management Research: Like It or Not, We Need It (pages 1–5)
Kwok Leung

From the Guest Editors

Indigenous Research on Chinese Management: What and How (pages 7–24)
Peter Ping Li, Kwok Leung, Chao C. Chen and Jar-Der Luo

Special Issue Articles


Yin Yang: A New Perspective on Culture (pages 25–50)
Tony Fang


A Relational View of Organizational Restructuring: The Case of Transitional China (pages 51–75)
Dali Ma

The Structure of Chinese Cultural Traditions: An Empirical Study of Business Employees in China (pages 77–95)
Yaotian Pan, Julie A. Rowney and Mark F. Peterson


Perceived Interactional Justice and Trust-in-supervisor as Mediators for Paternalistic Leadership (pages 97–121)
Min Wu, Xu Huang, Chenwei Li and Wu Liu



Special Issue Commentary

Indigenous Management Research in China from an Engaged Scholarship Perspective (pages 123–137)
Andrew H. Van de Ven and Runtian Jing



Regular Articles

Guanxi and Organizational Performance: A Meta-Analysis (pages 139–172)
Yadong Luo, Ying Huang and Stephanie Lu Wang


Chinese Context and Theoretical Contributions to Management and Organization Research: A Three-decade Review (pages 173–209)
Liangding Jia, Shuyang You and Yunzhou Du


Indigenous or Imported Knowledge in Brazilian Management Studies: A Quest for Legitimacy? (pages 211–232)
Suzana B. Rodrigues, Roberto Gonzalez Duarte and Alexandre de Padua Carrieri

Chinese Abstracts

Chinese Abstracts (pages 233–237)

Call for Papers

Special Issue on ‘Building Sustainable Organizations in China’ (pages 243–245)


Special Issue on ‘Ambiguity and Decision Making in Chinese Organizations and Thought’ (pages 247–248)


Special Issue on ‘Expanding Research on Family Business in China’ (pages 249–251)



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