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Asia Pacific Journal of Management

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Relevance of culture in studies of leadership: ignored or dismissed?

Until recently, conclusions drawn about leadership have been made from a decidedly Western perspective, primarily based on theory developed in the U.S. using data gathered from U.S. sources. As our data show, however, times have changed, as there …


Configurations of home-country experience, leapfrog strategy, and management team composition for acceleration of international expansion: Evidence from Asian multinational enterprises

Asian multinational enterprises (MNEs) are latecomers in the world economy, but some have accelerated their international expansion pace and become significant players in the twenty-first century globalization. This study adopts the set-theoretic …


Family ostracism and proactive customer service performance: An explanation from conservation of resources theory

Despite the burgeoning interest in work-family conflict, little is known about how family stressors influences employees’ attitudes and behaviors in the workplace. This study focused on family ostracism and investigated its impact on employees’ …


Entrepreneurs’ resource background, innovation, philanthropy and the exit of external Investment in Private Ventures in China

Retaining external investment is an important task for private firms. However, the entrepreneurial financing literature has primarily focused on how to attract, instead of retain, start-up funding. Integrating social embeddedness, signaling, and …


Does legal registration help or hurt? The effect of government corruption on resource acquisition by nascent ventures in an emerging economy

This study examines the effects of pervasive and arbitrary corruption on entrepreneurs’ resource acquisition during their new venture creation stages in an emerging economy. It also investigates how legal registration may alter the effects of 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.

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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