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Leveraging learning forces in asymmetric alliances: small firms’ perceived power imbalance in driving exploration and exploitation (2018)
Journal Article
Hao, B., & Feng, Y. (in press). Leveraging learning forces in asymmetric alliances: small firms’ perceived power imbalance in driving exploration and exploitation. Technovation, ISSN 0166-4972

Prior studies on power and interfirm learning in alliances have devoted limited attention to multiplicate influences of diverse power sources on exploration and exploitation and whether such influences on these two strategies are similar or different... Read More

Building interfirm leadership: a relational identity perspective (2017)
Journal Article
Hao, B., Feng, Y., & Ye, J. (2017). Building interfirm leadership: a relational identity perspective. European Management Journal, 35(5), doi:10.1016/j.emj.2017.03.010. ISSN 0263-2373

While leadership has been recognized as an approach to facilitating network orchestration, little is known about the mechanism through which a hub firm enhances interfirm leadership. Grounded on the theory of social identity and network orchestration... Read More

Rethinking the 'mirroring' hypothesis: implications for technological modularity, tacit coordination, and radical innovation (2015)
Journal Article
Hao, B., Feng, Y., & Frigant, V. (2017). Rethinking the 'mirroring' hypothesis: implications for technological modularity, tacit coordination, and radical innovation. 00 Journal not listed, 47(1), 3-16. doi:10.1111/radm.12106

Studies of the ‘mirroring’ hypothesis have demonstrated the relationships between technological modularity and explicit coordination, yet little is known about the ‘mirroring’ relationship between technological modularity and tacit coordination, and... Read More

Rethinking the "mirroring" hypothesis: implications for technological modularity, tacit coordination, and radical innovation (2015)
Journal Article
Hao, B., Feng, Y., & Frigant, V. (in press). Rethinking the "mirroring" hypothesis: implications for technological modularity, tacit coordination, and radical innovation. R&D Management, 47(1), doi:10.1111/radm.12106. ISSN 0033-6807

Studies of the 'mirroring' hypothesis have demonstrated the relationships between technological modularity and explicit coordination, yet little is known about the 'mirroring' relationship between technological modularity and tacit coordination, and... Read More

How networks influence radical innovation: the effects of heterogeneity of network ties and crowding out
Journal Article
Feng, Y. How networks influence radical innovation: the effects of heterogeneity of network ties and crowding out. Journal of Business and Industrial Marketing, ISSN 0885-8624

Purpose – This paper aims to offer a novel set of insights to understand the role of network ties in pursuit of radical innovation. In this sense, the purpose of the study is to analyze how the heterogeneity in the content of network ties affects rad... Read More