You are looking at 1 - 4 of 4 items

  • Author or Editor: Hsi-Mei Chung x
Clear All Modify Search
You do not have access to this content

Hung-bin Ding and Hsi-mei Chung

You do not have access to this content

Hsi-Mei Chung, Kuang S. Yeh and Shyh-Jer Cher

You do not have access to this content

Stone Han, Artemis Chang and Hsi-Mei Chung

We conceptualize immigrant context as exposure to foreign institutional logics and examine how such exposure may impact migrant family businesses. There are two parts to this chapter. In the first part we develop a framework that delineates the nature of logics-based immigrant context and its implications for immigrants. Our framework covers three aspects. First, we offer a typology of logics differences that immigrants may encounter between home and host country. Second, we examine the types of response strategies they may adopt with regard to such conflicting logics. And third, we highlight three key factors that may impact the immigrants responses: adherence to logics, legitimacy concerns and identity commitment. In the second part, we link logics-based immigrant context specifically to how migrant business families operate, focusing in particular on their transgenerational intent. We discuss four logics (family, business family, market, and mainstream/ethnic) as playing a role in this matter.

You do not have access to this content

Edited by Hung-bin Ding, Hsi-Mei Chung, Andy Yu and Phillip H. Phan

The scope and depth of family business research have been quickly expanding in the last two decades. The editors and contributors to this book present eight recent studies examining the impact of external or internal family conditions on the innovation, growth, and succession of family firms in Asia.