Hongjin Zhu

Ms. Hongjin Zhu

Associate Professor

Strategic Management

Faculty

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BIO

Hongjin Zhu is an associate professor of strategic management at the DeGroote School of Business. Hongjin’s research focuses on the influence of interfirm networks, business-government relations, and board of directors on corporate strategy and outcomes, particularly in emerging economies. She has published in leading academic journals including the Administrative Science Quarterly, Strategic Management Journal, and Journal of Business Ethics. She has won the Best Paper Award at the Academy of International Business conference and the Best Reviewer Award from the Management and Organization Review.

JOURNAL PUBLICATIONS

May 2017

Centralization Of Intragroup Equity Ties And Performance Of Business Group Affiliates

JOURNAL : STRATEGIC MANAGEMENT JOURNAL
CONTRIBUTORS: Ishtiaq P Mahmood, Hongjin Zhu, Akbar Zaheer
2015

Whether And How Network Structure Shapes The Value Of Firm Capabilities?

JOURNAL : REVIEW OF ECONOMICS AND INSTITUTIONS
CONTRIBUTORS: Ishtiaq Pasha Mahmood, Hongjin Zhu
December 2014

Portfolios Of Political Ties And Business Group Strategy In Emerging Economies

JOURNAL : ADMINISTRATIVE SCIENCE QUARTERLY
CONTRIBUTORS: Hongjin Zhu, Chi-nien Chung
August 2011

Where Can Capabilities Come From? Network Ties And Capability Acquisition In Business Groups

JOURNAL : STRATEGIC MANAGEMENT JOURNAL
CONTRIBUTORS: Ishtiaq P Mahmood, Hongjin Zhu, Edward J Zajac
August 2006

INTRA-GROUP NETWORKS: A SOURCE OF CAPABILITIES OF BUSINESS GROUP AFFILIATES IN TAIWAN.

JOURNAL : ACADEMY OF MANAGEMENT PROCEEDINGS
CONTRIBUTORS: Ishtiaq Mahmood, Hongjin Zhu