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Do the rich give more? The effects of family wealth and entrepreneurial effort on firm philanthropy and growth.

Past research has offered conflicting evidence concerning the effect of family wealth on philanthropy. Equality of Opportunity (EOP) theory has received wide scholarly attention to explain an individual’s philanthropic engagement through the …

06.01.2021 Open Access

Carry the past into the future: the effects of CEO temporal focus on succession planning in family firms

In this study, the relationship between CEO temporal focus and family business succession planning is examined and the moderating effects of family interactions and environmental uncertainty are assessed. Based on data from 198 CEOs of family …


Green finance and outward foreign direct investment: evidence from a quasi-natural experiment of green insurance in China

Institutions have an important impact on corporate outward foreign direct investment, while differences in environmental regulations play a significant role in international capital flows based on the pollution haven hypothesis (PHH). This study …


Does board committee independence affect financial distress likelihood? A comparison of China with the UK

This study explores the relationship between board committees’ independence and the financial distress of firms in China and the UK. Akin to previous literature, we estimate this relationship between 2007 and 2016 using a conditional logit model …


Academy fellow independent directors and innovation

Drawing on human capital theory, this paper develops a contingency approach to explore how independent directors’ scarce human capital affects innovation investment intensity and innovation outputs in the Chinese context. Controlling for the …

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The Asia Pacific Journal of Management publishes original manuscripts on management and organizational research in the Asia Pacific region, encompassing Pacific Rim countries and mainland Asia. APJM focuses on the extent to which each manuscript addresses matters that pertain to the most fundamental question: "What determines firm success?" We seek to publish empirical or conceptual research which improves a broad understanding of this issue. APJM endeavors to be the major vehicle for exchange of ideas and research among management scholars within or interested in the broadly defined Asia Pacific region.

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  • Rigor - maintained through strict review processes, high quality global reviewers, and Editorial Advisory and Review Boards comprising prominent researchers from many countries.
  • Relevance - maintained by its focus on key management and organizational trends in the region.
  • Uniqueness - being the first and most prominent management journal published in and about the fastest growing region in the world.
  • Official affiliation - Asia Academy of Management
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