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Asia Pacific Journal of Management

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How and why job crafting influences creative performance? A resource allocation explanation of the curvilinear moderated relations

Drawing on the resource allocation theory, job crafting, and creativity literature, this paper examines a curvilinear (inverted U-shaped) relationship between job crafting and creative performance. Also investigated is how this curvilinear …

12-06-2021 Open Access

Is behaving unethically for organizations a mixed blessing? A dual-pathway model for the work-to-family spillover effects of unethical pro-organizational behavior

This research examines the mixed work-to-family spillover effects of unethical pro-organizational behavior. Drawing on conservation of resources theory and the work–home resources model, we develop a dual-pathway model to explain such effects.


Is too much as bad as too little? The S-curve relationship between corporate philanthropy and employee performance

The literature on the effect of corporate philanthropy (CP) on employee outcomes is inconsistent and inconclusive. Drawing on resource-based view and social identity theory, we examined the curvilinear relationship between CP and employee …


Foreign investment or divestment as a near-term solution to performance shortfalls? The moderating role of vicarious learning

Most studies on problemistic search do not pay sufficient attention to how below-aspiration organizations decide what types of strategic actions to use to cope with performance shortfalls. In this study, we examine the preferences of multinational …

03-06-2021 Open Access

Innovation in emerging economies: How do university-industry linkages and public procurement matter for small businesses?

Small businesses face major challenges to becoming more innovative. These challenges are particularly prevalent in emerging economies where high uncertainties are a barrier to innovation. We know from previous studies that linkages to …

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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.

Key features include: 

  • 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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