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Prof. Christine M.K. CHAN

Prof. Christine M.K. CHAN

Management and Strategy

Associate Dean (Outreach and Global Engagement)

Professor

3917 5663
cmkchan@hku.hk
KK 1223
Academic & Professional Qualification
  • MPhil CUHK
  • PhD CUHK
Biography

Prof. Christine Chan is Professor of Management and Strategy at the Faculty of Business and Economics, The University of Hong Kong. Her research interests include foreign market entry decision, entry mode choice, international joint venture, and performance of foreign affiliates of multinational corporations.


She has published articles in the Strategic Management Journal and Journal of International Business Studies. She has presented her papers at the Academy of Management Conference, Academy of International Business Conference, and Asia Academy of Management Conference. Two of her conference papers have appeared in the Academy of Management Best Paper Proceedings. She has received the following awards:
 

  • Best Paper Award, Asia Academy of Management Biennial Meeting, Korea, 2012.
  • Faculty Outstanding Teacher Award (UG), Faculty of Business & Economics, HKU, 2011.
  • The 2010 JAIBS Academic Award for the Best Book of the Year, 2010
  • Best Paper Award, Asia Academy of Management Biennial Meeting, Tokyo, 2006
  • Best Paper Award, Asia Academy of Management Biennial Meeting, Shanghai, 2004
  • Best Paper Award, International Management Division, Academy of Management Annual Meeting, Seattle, 2003
  • Barry M. Richman Best Dissertation Award, International Management Division, Academy of Management Annual Meeting, Seattle, 2003
  • Finalist of Douglas Nigh Best Paper Award, International Management Division, Academy of Management Annual Meeting, Seattle, 2003
  • Research Distinction Prize, Japan Academy of International Business Studies, 2002
Teaching
  • Multinational Enterprises Strategy (MBA-level)
  • Doing Business in Japan (MBA-level)
  • Multinational Corporations (undergraduate-level)
Selected Publications
  • Makino, S., & Chan, C. M. 2017. Skew and Heavy-tail Effects on Firm Performance, Strategic Management Journal, forthcoming
  • Chan, C. M., Makino, S., & Isobe, T. 2010. Does sub-national region matter?: Foreign affiliate performance in the U.S. and China, Strategic Management Journal, 31(11): 1226-1243.
  • Isobe, T., Makino, S. Chan, C. M. 2010. National Border and Enterprises: Analysis of Institutions and Global Strategy, Tokyo: Toyo Keizai.
  • Chan, C. M., Isobe, T., & Makino, S. 2008. Which country matters? Institutional development and foreign affiliate performance, Strategic Management Journal, 29(11): 1179-1205.
  • Makino, S., Chan, C. M., Isobe, T., & Beamish, P. W. 2007. Intended and unintended termination of international joint ventures, Strategic Management Journal, 28(11): 1113-1132.
  • Chan, C. M. & Makino, S. 2007. Legitimacy and multi-level institutional environments: Implications for foreign subsidiary ownership structure, Journal of International Business Studies, 38(4): 621-638.
  • Chan, C. M., Makino, S., & Isobe, T. 2006. Interdependent behavior in foreign direct investment: The multi-level effects of prior entry and prior exit on foreign market entry, Journal of International Business Studies, 37(5): 642-665.
  • Makino, S., Isobe, T., & Chan, C. M. 2004. Does country matter? Strategic Management Journal, 25: 1027-1043.
  • Ahlstrom, D., Young, M. N., Ng, F. M. C., & Chan, C. M. 2004. High technology and globalization challenges facing overseas Chinese entrepreneurs. S.A.M. Advanced Management Journal, 69(2): 28-37 .
  • Chan, C. M. 2003. Institutional perspective of foreign direct investment strategy. Academy of Management’s Best Paper Proceedings.
  • Chan, C. M., & Makino, S. 2002. Interorganizational imitation and foreign ownership strategy. In F. J. Contractor & P. Lorange (Eds.), Cooperative strategies and alliances: 213-236. Kidlington, Oxford, UK: Elsevier Science Ltd.
  • Chan, C. M., & Makino, S. 1999. Interdependence, cultural congruence, and social connectedness between alliance partners: The determinants of global strategic alliance survival. Academy of Management’s Best Paper Proceedings.
Service to the University/Community
  • Assistant Dean (Taught Postgraduate)