Bilian N. Sullivan
PhD, Stanford University
Associate Professor, Department of Management
Tel (852) 2358 7747
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AREAS OF EXPERTISE
Organizational Theory; Organizational Learning, Social Networks, Corporate Governance, Policy and Firm innovation.
Her research has been published in top management journals such as Administrative Science Quarterly and Organization Science. Currently, she is examining how government innovation policies affect the outcome and the process of firm innovations in China.
SELECTED PAPERS & PUBLICATIONS
- Sullivan, Bilian N. and Yi Tang. Forthcoming. Which signal to rely on? The impact of the quality of board interlocks and inventive capabilities on R&D alliance formation under uncertainty. Strategic Organization.
- Sullivan, Bilian N. and Yi Tang. 2012. Small-World Networks, Absorptive Capacity, and Firm Performance: Evidence from the U.S. Venture Capital Industry. International Journal of Strategic Change Management 4: 149-175.
- Sullivan, Bilian N. 2010. Competition and Beyond: Problems and Attention Allocation in the Organizational Rulemaking Process. Organization Science, 21: 432-450.
- Morris, M., Podolny, J. & Sullivan, B.N. 2008. Culture and Coworker Relations: Interpersonal Patterns in American, Chinese, German, and Spanish Divisions of a Global Retail Bank. Organization Science, 19: 517-532.
- Sullivan, B. N., Haunschild, P. & Page, K. 2007. "Organizations non-gratae?: The impact of unethical corporate behavior on interorganizational networks." Organization Science, 18: 55-70.
- Augier, M., March, J. G. and Sullivan, B.N. (alphabetically ordered). 2005. Notes on the Evolution of a Research Community: Organization Studies in Anglophone North America,1945-2000. Organization Science, 16: 85-95.
- Jost, J. T., Pelham, B.W., Sheldon, O. and Sullivan, B.N. 2003. Social inequality and the reduction of ideological dissonance on behalf of the system: Evidence of enhanced system justification among the disadvantaged. European Journal of Social Psychology, 33: 13-36.
- Haunschild, P. and Sullivan, B.N. 2002. Learning from complexity: Effects of accident / incident heterogeneity on airline learning. Administrative Science Quarterly, 47: 609-643.
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