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B. (Barbara) Krug

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Barbara Krug
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Professor of Economics of Governance

Programme:
Organisation
ERIM Membership:
Member ERIM, affiliated since 1999
ERIM Role(s):
Member ERIM Funding Advisory Board (FAB) (since 2012)
Profile

Barbara Krug is a professor of economics of governance at the Department of Organisation and Personnel Management, Rotterdam School of Management, Erasmus University (RSM).

Professor Krug's special field of interest is the Chinese economy. Her empirical research examines long-term business relations in transition economies and situations of high uncertainty in the nascent private business sector in China.

The empirical studies she has conducted have helped to establish a database of more than 200 private firms in China, enabling further investigation into the contribution of traditions and cultural differences within China to the emergence and survivability of Chinese firms.

Professor Krug'’s major contribution to organisation theory lies in the area of governance, entrepreneurship and comparative business environments and her application of transaction costs and economics, public choice and contract theory for explaining the different nature of firms, as well as for the emergence of entrepreneurship and the interrelationship between norms, customs and business routines.

Work in progress
  • Betancourt, N. & Krug, B. (2014). Are all Changes Always for the Better? Legal Change and Institutional Strength in the Bankruptcy Law of the People¿s Republic of China. Erasmus Law Review.
Publications (110)
  • Articles (35)
    • Krug, B. & Hendrischke, H. (2014). China's institutional architecture: a new institutional economics and organization theory perspective on the links between local governance and local enterprises. Asia Pacific Journal of Management.
    • Krug, B. (2012). Development for the people by the people. Journal of International Business Ethics, 5(1), 32-39.
    • Krug, B. & Hendrischke, H. (2012). Market design in Chinese market places. Asia Pacific Journal of Management, 29(3), 525-546.[go to publisher's site]
    • Krug, B. & Hendrischke, H. (2008). Framing China: Transformation and Institutional Change through Co-evolution. Management and Organization Review, 4(1), 81-108.[go to publisher's site]
    • Krug, B. & Reinmoeller, P. (2004). De consequenties van globalisering en terrorisme. Economisch-Statistische Berichten, 89(4426), 76-78.
    • Krug, B. & Hendrischke, H. (2003). China Incorporated: Property Rights, Privatisation, and the Emergence of a Private Business Sector in China. Managerial Finance, 29(12), 32-45.
    • Krug, B. & Hendrischke, H. (2003). Entrepreneurship in China: institutions, organizational identity and survival. Empirical results from two provinces. In H..C. de Bettignies (Ed.), Conference on New Models on Management and New Managers in Asia. Fontainebleau: INSEAD Euro-Asia Centre.
    • Krug, B. & Frey, B.S. (2002). Okonomische Theorie der patriarchalischen Familie. Zeitschrift fur Wirtschafts- und Sozialwissenschaften, 107, 337-359.
    • Krug, B. (2002). The emergence and development of the private business sector in China: the case of Shanxi. Management International Review, 42(1), 135-153.
    • Krug, B. (2002). The emergence of firms with Shanxi characteristics. Provincial China, 7(1), 35-56.
    • Krug, B. & Staveren, I. v. (2002). Gender Audit: Whim or Voice. Public Finance and Management, 2(2), 190-217.
    • Krug, B. (2002). Norms, Numbers, and Hierarchy. The American Journal of Economics and Sociology, 61(2), 555-562.
    • Krug, B. (2000). The Process of China's Market Transition (1978-98): The Evolutionary, Historical, and Comparative Perspective. Journal of Institutional and Theoretical Economics, 156(1), 175-179.
    • Krug, B. & Qian, Yingyi (2000). The process of China's market transition (1978-1998): the evolutionary, historical and comparative perspectives (comment). Journal of Institutional and Theoretical Economics, 156(1), ---.
    • Krug, B., Frey, S. & Eichenberger, R. (2000). Nederlandse onderzoekers in Europees perspectief. Economisch-Statistische Berichten, 85(4287), 1040-1043.
    • Krug, B. (1999). On Custom in Economics: The Case of Humanism and Trade Regimes. Journal of Institutional and Theoretical Economics, 155(3), 405-428.
    • Krug, B. (1999). On Customs in Economics: The Case of Humanism and Trade Regimes. Journal of Institutional and Theoretical Economics, 155(3), 405-428.
    • Krug, B. (1999). On customs in economics: the case of humanism and trade regimes. Journal of Institutional and Theoretical Economics, 155(3), 405-428.
    • Krug, B. & Buitendam, A. (1998). Chinese ondernemers tussen markt en partij. Tijdschrift voor Bedrijfsadministratie, 102(1210), 89-94.
    • Krug, B. (1998). Auspraegungen und Grenzen des Systemwettbewerbs. Jahrbuch fuer neue Politische oekonomie, 17, 309-311.
    • Krug, B. (1998). Auspragungen und Grenzen des Systemwettbewerbs [Review of G. Wegener, Systemwettbewerb als politisches Kommunikations- und Wahlhandlungsproblem]. Jahrbuch fuer neue Politische oekonomie, 17, 309-311.
    • Krug, B. & Buitendam, A. (1998). Chinese ondernemers tussen markt en partij. Tijdschrift voor Bedrijfsadministratie, 102(1210), 89-94.
    • Krug, B. (1998). On provincialism. Provincial China.
    • Krug, B. & Buitendam, A. (1998). Chinese Ondernemers tussen Markt en Partij. Tijdschrift voor Bedrijfsadministratie, 102(1210), 89-94.
    • Krug, B. (1998). Systemwettbewerb als politisches Kommunikations- und Wahlhandlungsproblem (G. Wegener), Kommentar. Jahrbuch fuer neue Politische oekonomie, 17.
    • Krug, B. (1996). Comment on "Is there a European Economics". Kyklos, 49(3), 465-468.
    • Krug, B. (1992). Risikostreuung und Innovationsanreize in der modernen japanischen Unternehmung. List-Forum, 18(1), 49-66.
    • Krug, B. (1991). Blood, Sweat or Cheating: Politics and the Transformation of Socialist Economies in China, the USSR and Eastern Europe. Studies in Comparative Communism, XXIV(2), 137-150.
    • Krug, B. (1987). Okonomische Theorie der Ehe und Familie. List Forum, 14(1), 1-15.
    • Krug, B. (1986). Preisreform in der VR China seit 1979. Koln: Bundesinstitut fuer ostwissenschaftliche und internationale Studien.
    • Krug, B. (1986). China's Foreign Trade. Issues and Studies, 95-128.
    • Krug, B. (1985). The Behaviour of Provincial Political Leaders. A Public Choice Approach: Issues and Studies, 58-78.
    • Krug, B. (1985). Frauen in China. Saarbruecker Frauenforum.
    • Krug, B. & Frey, B.S. (1985). The Comparative Analysis of Institutions. A new Approach to Economics, in co-ordination. Economic Essays, 65-85.
    • Krug, B. (1984). Regional Economic Integration. Economic Research, 199-220.
  • Books (8)
    • Krug, B. & Hendrischke, H. (2007). The Chinese Economy in the 21st century. Enterprise and Business Behaviour. Cheltenham UK: Edward Elgar Publishing.
    • Krug, B. (2004). China's Rational Entrepreneurs. The development of the new private business sector. London: Routledge.
    • Krug, B. (1993). Chinas Weg zur Marktwirtschaft. Eine politisch-okonomische Analyse der Wirtschaftstransformation 1978-1988. Marburg: Metropolis.
    • Krug, B. (1987). Der neue Handelspartner China - Chancen und Restriktionen im bilateralen Au?enhandel. Cologne: Hans-Martin-Schleyer Foundation.
    • Krug, B. (1985). The Interrelationship Between the Economy and Politics in Democracies: An Overview of Politico-economic Models. Colchester: ECPR Publications.
    • Krug, B. (1983). Xide Jingji Fazhanshi (Economic Development in the Federal Republic of Germany: A Contribution to Comparative Economic Systems). Beijing: Economic Institute of the Chinese Academy of Social Sciences.
    • Krug, B. & Goodman, D.S.G. (1982). The Behaviour of Provincial Leaders in the PRC. Colchester: ECPR Publications.
    • Krug, B. (1982). Strategie und Taktik in der Wirtschaftspolitik der Volksrepublik China. Frankfurt am Main: P.D. Lang.
  • Book contributions (58)
    • Hendrischke, H., Krug, B. & Zhu, Z. (2012). China's Local Tax Regimes: Devolution, Tax Farming and Fiscal Federalism. In N.C. Sharkey (Ed.), Tax in China and ASEAN: Path dependency & international ideals (pp. 65-89). London: Routledge.
    • Krug, B. (2012). Political Embeddedness in China: Strengths and Limitations. In G. Morgan & R. Whitley (Eds.), Capitalisms and Capitalism in the Twenty-First Century (pp. 345-365). Oxford: Oxford University Press.
    • Krug, B. & Meuer, J. (2012). The Current State of Research on Networks in China's Business System. In W. Pascha, C. Storz & M. Taube (Eds.), Institutional Variety in East Asia. Formal and Informal Patterns of Coordination (pp. 145-167). Cheltenham: Edward Elgar.
    • Krug, B. & Hendrischke, H. (2010). China's institutional architecture: Interpreting the links between local governance and local enterprises. In U Vollmer (Ed.), Institutionelle Ursachen des Wohlstands der Nationen (pp. 211-230). Berlin: Duncker & Humblot.
    • Zhang, X., Reinmoeller, P. & Krug, B. (2010). Political Strategies: Understanding How Foreign Multinational Companies Survive in China. In Tim Goydke (Ed.), Corporate Culture in China and Japan (pp. 179-196). MV-Wissenschaft.
    • Krug, B. & Hendrischke, H. (2009). Smart Business Networks in Chinese Characteristics. In P.H.M. Vervest, D.V. van Liere & L. Zheng (Eds.), The Network Experience (pp. 179-189). Berlin: Springer.
    • Krug, B. & Zhu, Z. (2007). China's emerging tax regime: Local tax farming and central tax bureaucracy. In B. Krug & H. Hendrischke (Eds.), China's economy in the 21st century (pp. 146-174). Cheltenham: Edward Elgar.
    • Krug, B. (2007). China: Fakten oder Fiktion. In Ruloff Dieter (Ed.), China und Indien: supermächte des 21 Jahrhunderts? (pp. 61-74) Zürich: Rüegger Verlag.
    • Krug, B. (2007). Enterprise ground zero in China. In B. Krug & H. Hendrischke (Eds.), China's economy in the 21st century (pp. 113-144). Cheltenham: Edward Elgar.
    • Kuilman, J.G. & Krug, B. (2007). Whom are we Dealing With? Shifting Organisational Forms in China's Business Sector. In B Krug & H Hendrischke (Eds.), The Chinese Economy in the 21st century. Enterprise and Business Behaviour (pp. 223-243). Cheltenham: Edward Elgar.
    • Krug, B. & Hendrischke, H. (2005). Entrepreneurship in Transition: Searching for Incentives and Governance in China's Private Sector. In T Eger (Hrsg.) (Ed.), Das Ethische in der Oekonomie. Festschrift fuer Hans Nutzinger. Marburg: Metropolis.
    • Krug, B. & Hendrischke, H. (2005). Entrepreneurship in Transistion: Searching for Incentives and Governance in China¿s Private Sector. In Thomas Beschorner & Thomas Eger (Eds.), Das Ethische in der Oekonomie. Festchrift für Hans Nutzinger. Marburg: Metropolis.
    • Jacobs, G., Belschak, F.D. & Krug, B. (2004). Social Capital in China: the Meaning of Guanxi in Chinese Business. In B. Krug (Ed.), China's Rational Entrepreneurs. The development of the new private business sector (pp. 166-188). London: RoutledgeCurzon.
    • Krug, B. & Polos, L. (2004). Emerging Markets, Entrepreneurship and Uncertainty: the Emergence of a Private Sector in China. In B. Krug (Ed.), China's Rational Entrepreneurs. The development of the new private business sector (pp. 72-96). London: RoutledgeCurzon.
    • Krug, B. (2004). Pressefreiheit: Erfolg oder Misserfolg einer Institution? (Comment). In Th. Eger (Ed.), Erfolg und Versagen von Institutionen (pp. 89-92). Berlin: Duncker & Humblot.
    • Krug, B. (2004). Voting and Contracting. In G. Eusepi (Ed.), Changing Institutions in the European Union: A Public Choice Perspective (pp. 189-190). Cheltenham: Edward Elgar.
    • Krug, B. (2004). Commons, Collectives and Corporations. The development and change in China's rural sector. In G. Hendriks (Ed.), Restructuring Agricultral Cooperatives (pp. 109-139). Rotterdam: Erasmus University Rotterdam.
    • Krug, B. (2004). The (sometimes) rational approach to empirical research in China: a personal account. In B. Krug (Ed.), China's Rational Entrepreneurs. The development of the new private business sector (pp. 189-201). London: RoutledgeCurzon.
    • Krug, B. & Mehta, J. (2004). Entrepreneurship by Alliance. In B. Krug (Ed.), China's Rational Entrepreneurs. The development of the new private business sector (pp. 50-71). London: RoutledgeCurzon.
    • Krug, B. (2004). Introduction: New opportunities, new sector, new firms. In B Krug (Ed.), China's Rational Entrepreneurs. The development of the new private business sector (pp. 1-20). London: RoutledgeCurzon.
    • Krug, B. & Hendrischke, H. (2002). The Economics of Corruption and Cronyism ? An institutional approach. In J.B. Kidd & F.J. Richter (Eds.), Governance and Corruption in China (pp. 131-148). Oxford: Palgrave.
    • Krug, B. (2002). Kultur und Wirtschaftliche Entwicklung in China. In H.G. Nutzinger (Ed.), Religion, Werte und Wirtschaft. China und der Transformationsprozess in Asien (pp. 129-146). Marburg: Metropolis.
    • Krug, B. & Hendrischke, H. (2002). The emergence of the Private Business Sector in China: The Case of Zhejiang. In H..C. de Bettignies (Ed.), Change in Management Practices in Asia (pp. 238-261). Fontainebleau: INSEAD.
    • Krug, B. (2002). Why Provinces? In J. Fitzgerald (Ed.), Rethinking China's Provinces (pp. 247-276). London: Routledge.
    • Krug, B. (2002). Discrimination against women: A neo-institutionalist perspective. In Gender and Economics: A European Perspective (translated into Polish) (pp. 54-72). London and New York: Routledge.
    • Krug, B. (2000). Kunst und Kunstexperten. In Das Auge als Richter. Essen: Folkwang Museum.
    • Krug, B. (1999). Chinas ökonomische Entwicklung und außenpolitische Folgen. In E. Reitert & G. Schöpfer (Eds.), Wirtschaft und Sicherheitspolitik (pp. 141-150). Wien: Styria.
    • Krug, B. (1999). Chinas oekonomische Entwicklung und aussenpolitische Folgen. In Oesterreichisches Jahrbuch fuer Internationale Sicherheitspolitik (pp. 141-150). Graz/Wien: Styra.
    • Krug, B. (1998). James Buchanan 1919-. In R. Benewick & Ph. Green (Eds.), The Routledge Dictionary of Twentieth-Century Political Thinkers (pp. 32-34). London: Routledge.
    • Krug, B. (1997). Moving the Mountains: Transformation as Institution Building from Below. In The Political Economy of Transformation: Country Studies (pp. 127-152). Marburg: Metropolis.
    • Krug, B. (1997). Privatisation in China: Something to learn from? In Privatisation at the Turn of the Century (pp. 269-293). Berlin, Heidelberg, New York: Springer.
    • Krug, B. (1997). Buchanan, 1919. In The Routledge Dictionary of Twentieth Century Political Thinkers (pp. 32-34). London: Routledge.
    • Krug, B. (1997). China nach Deng. In Brennpunkt Asien (pp. 115-134).
    • Krug, B. (1997). Wirtschaftsentwicklung in China/Ostasien und sicherheitspolitische Auswirkungen auf Europa. In Oesterreichisches Jahrbuch fuer Internationale Sicherheitspolitik (pp. 375-390). Graz/Wien: Styra.
    • Krug, B. (1997). Wirtschaftsentwicklung in China/Ostasien und sicherheitspolitische Auswirkungen auf Europa. In E. Reiter (Hg.) (Ed.), Osterreichisches Jahrbuch für internationale Sicherheitspolitik (pp. 375-388). Graz; Wien; Köln; Himberg: Styria; Wietzer & Partner GmbH; Wiener Verlag.
    • Krug, B. (1997). China nach Deng. In D. Ruloff (Ed.), Brennpunkt Asien (Band 26 (Neue Folge)) (pp. 115-134). Zuerich: Rugger / Chur.
    • Krug, B. (1997). Discrimination against women: a neo-institutionalist perspective. In A. Dijkstra & J. Plantenga (Eds.), Gender and Economics. A European Perspective (pp. 54-72). London: Routledge.
    • Krug, B. (1997). Moving the mountians : Transformation as institution building from below. In J.G. Backhaus & G. Krause (Eds.), The Political Economy of transformation. Country studies (pp. 127-152). Marburg: Metropolis Verlag.
    • Krug, B. (1997). Privatization in China: Something to learn from? In H. Giersch (Ed.), Privatization at the End of the Century (A publication of the Egon-Sohmen-Foundation) (pp. 269-293). Berlin Heidelberg: Springer-Verlag.
    • Krug, B. (1996). Oekonomische Liberalisierung und politische Stabilisierung. In E. Schinke & Z. Hong (Eds.), Ordnungsreform und Entwicklung der chinesischen Wirtschaft in den 90er Jahren: Festschrift für Armin Bohnet zum 60. Geburtstag (Osteuropastudien der Hochschulen des Landes Hessen) (pp. 37-63). Berlin: Duncker & Humblot.
    • Krug, B. (1996). Okonomische Liberalisierung und Politische Stabilisierung. In Ordnungsreform und Entwicklung der chinesischen Wirtschaft in den 90er Jahren (pp. 37-63). Berlin: Duncker & Humblot.
    • Krug, B. (1996). Marktwirtschaft als Problem des "Institution-building" von unten: Das Beispiel China. In D. Cassel (Ed.), Entstehung und Wettbewerb von Systemen (Schriften des Vereins für Socialpolitik, Band 246) (pp. 163-178). Berlin: Duncker & Humblot.
    • Krug, B. (1996). Marktwirtschaft als Problem des Institution-building von unten: Das Beispiel China. In Entstehung und Wettbewerb von Systemen (pp. 163-178). Berlin: Duncker & Humblot.
    • Krug, B. (1993). Diskriminierung von Frauen und offentliches Handeln. In Jenseits von Diskriminierung (pp. 81-112). Marburg: Metropolis.
    • Krug, B. (1993). Chinas Weg zur Marktwirtschaft. In Eine politisch-okonomische Analyse der Wirtschaftstransformation 1978-1988. Marburg: Metropolis.
    • Krug, B. (1993). Die Wechselwirkungen zwischen politischem Umfeld und Wirtschaftsreformen. In Chinas Weg zur Marktwirtschaft (pp. 21-44). Muenster/Hamburg: LIT Verlag.
    • Krug, B. (1991). Die Transformation der sozialistischen Volkswirtschaften in Zentraleuropa. In Anpassung durch Wandel, Schriften des Vereins fuer Socialpolitik, Band 206. Berlin: Duncker & Humblot.
    • Krug, B. (1991). Systemwandel und Reform in ostlichen Wirtschaften. In Die politische Okonomie der Wirtschaftstransformation - Uberlegungen aus der Sicht der Vergleichenden Okonomischen Theorie von Institutionen (pp. 102-122). Marburg: Metropolis.
    • Krug, B. (1990). The Chinese Manager and the Economic Reforms in the Industrial Sector. In Changing Economic Behaviour under Changing Constraints (pp. 179-202). Greenwich, Conn: JAI Press.
    • Krug, B. (1990). Die kleinasiatische Losung versus europaische Gro?strategien. In Die pazifische Herausforderung (pp. 73-106). Vienna: Orac Verlag.
    • Krug, B. (1990). Wirtschaftspolitischer Konzeptionswandel als Reflex politisch-okonomischen Umdenkens. In Theoretische Grundlagen des Reformprozesses in der VR China (pp. 276-293). Munich: Vahlen.
    • Krug, B. (1990). China's Contemporary Reforms as a Development Strategy. In Market-oriented Transformation of China's Economic System. Baden-Baden: Nomos.
    • Krug, B., Long, S. & Segal, G. (1989). Economic Reform. In Chinese Politics and Foreign Policy Reform (pp. 61-76). London/New York: Kegan Paul International.
    • Krug, B. (1989). Chinas Wirtschaft zu Beginn der 90er Jahre. In Preis- und Einkommenspolitik: Louven (pp. 136-150). Hamburg: Institut fuer Asienkunde.
    • Krug, B. (1988). The Economics of Nepotism - An Institutional Approach: Bohnet. In Leistungswille und Leistungsanreize im Systemvergleich. Giessen (pp. 218-235). Justus-Liebig University.
    • Krug, B. (1986). China's Foreign Trade: Socialist Construction, Profit or Rent. In China and Europe. San Francisco/Taipei: Institute for International Relations (pp. 168-202).
    • Krug, B. & Goodman, D.S.G. (1983). Social Groups and Chinese Politics. In The Economists within Chinese Politics (pp. 40-67). London: Butterfield.
    • Krug, B. (1981). The Withering Away of the State. In China - From Idealism to Pragmatism (pp. 51-80). London: Sage.
  • Inaugural speech
    • Krug, B. (1997). On mores, manners and marginal utility. Inaugural address, November 21, 1997 (1997, november 21). Delft: Eburon.
  • Professional publications (8)
    • Krug, B., Betancourt, N.E. & Hendrischke, H. (2011). Chinese Insolvency Law Lacks Teeth. RSM Insight, 6(2), 12-14.
    • Krug, B. (2000). Private entrepreneurship in China: the case of Shanxi. Provincial China, ---.
    • Krug, B. & Goodman, D.S.G. (1998). Chinas "neue" Unternehmer: Erfolg trotz fehlenden Eigentumsrechten und unreifer Märkten. Neue Zurcher Zeitung und Schweizerisches Handelsblatt, 6/7 Juni(128), 29-29.
    • Krug, B. (1998). Towards a New Theory on "Entrepreneurship". In B. van Hees (Ed.), Congresproceedings Open Architecture of Work and organization (pp. 146-156). Amsterdam: SISWO.
    • Krug, B. (1998). On provincialism. Provincial China, ---.
    • Krug, B. (1998). Was macht die erfolgreichen chinesischen Unternehmer aus? Neue Zurcher Zeitung und Schweizerisches Handelsblatt, june, ---.
    • Krug, B. (1997). Why provinces? Provincial China, 4, 19-49.
    • Krug, B. (1996). Zurück zur Allmeind: kommunale Unternehmen als Motor des privaten Sektors in China. Neue Zurcher Zeitung und Schweizerisches Handelsblatt, june, 40-40.
Recognitions (4)
  • Editorial position (1)
    Journal Management and Organization Review
    Role Editorial Board

  • Organisation membership (2)
    Organisation European Public Choice Society
    Role Member
    URL http://www.siaw.unisg.ch/epcs/

    Organisation Verein für Socialpolitik
    Role Member
    URL http://www.socialpolitik.org/

  • ERIM Awards (1)
    Name ERIM Book Award
    Year 2008
    Website http://www.erim.eur.nl/index.php?id=10022

PhD Projects (9)

Typical Atypicality: Formal and Informal Institutional Conformity, Deviance, and Dynamics

Nathan Betancourt
PhD Candidate: Nathan Betancourt Role: Supervisor Defended: 07 June 2012 Full text: Download this thesis
 

Configurations of Inter-Firm Relations in Management Innovation: A Study in China's Biopharmaceutical Industry

Johannes Meuer
PhD Candidate: Johannes Meuer Role: Supervisor Defended: 17 March 2011 Full text: Download this thesis
 

Innovation in an Uncertain Institutional Environment: Private Software Entrepreneurs in Hangzhou, China

Mark Greeven
PhD Candidate: Mark Greeven Role: Supervisor Defended: 02 April 2009 Full text: Download this thesis
 

Essays on the Governance of Agricultural Products. Cooperatives and Contract Farming

Yamei Hu
PhD Candidate: Yamei Hu Role: Supervisor Defended: 04 October 2007 Full text: Download this thesis
 

Essays on China's Tax System

Ze Zhu
PhD Candidate: Ze Zhu Role: Supervisor Defended: 04 September 2007 Full text: Download this thesis
 

Strategizing of Foreign Firms in China: An Institution-based Perspective

Xueyuan Zhang
PhD Candidate: Xueyuan Zhang Role: Supervisor Defended: 01 November 2007 Full text: Download this thesis
 

The Re-Emergence of Foreign Banks in Shanghai: An Ecological Analysis

Jeroen Kuilman
PhD Candidate: Jeroen Kuilman Role: Supervisor Defended: 13 October 2005 Full text: Download this thesis
 

Labour flexibility in China's companies: An Empirical Study

Yongping Chen
PhD Candidate: Yongping Chen Role: Supervisor Defended: 04 October 2001 Full text: Download this thesis
 
Events (11)
Aug 30, 2013 24th Conference Chinese Economic Association - Balancing China's Economy
  Conference | Business-Society Management

Jan 23, 2013 Capitalism From Below: Markets and Institutional Change in China
  ERIM Research Seminar | Organisational Behaviour & HRM

May 9, 2012 China?s Outward Foreign Direct Investment: Patterns, Drivers and Implications for Host Countries
  ERIM Research Seminar | Business Processes

Feb 29, 2012 Cognitive Distance, Learning, and Obstacles to Business Success: the Experience of Chinese Companies in Germany
  ERIM Research Seminar | Organisational Behaviour & HRM

Feb 23, 2012 Why it Pays Off Not be Mobile: the U.S. and Japanese Game Industry
  ERIM Research Seminar | Organisational Behaviour & HRM

Oct 18, 2011 China's Investments in Africa
  ERIM Research Seminar | Organisational Behaviour & HRM

Mar 17, 2009 A Fragile Convergence: Understanding Variation Patterns in the Enforcement of China's Industrial Pollution Law
  ERIM Research Seminar | Organisational Behaviour & HRM

Feb 16, 2009 Political Connections in China's Market Economy
  ERIM Research Seminar | Organisational Behaviour & HRM

Sep 4, 2007 China Research Strategies: Preliminary Results
  ERIM Research Workshop | Entrepreneurship & Innovation (- 2009)

Oct 11, 2006 Presenting and discussing grant proposals
  ERIM Grant Workshop |

Jul 23, 2006 Shift in governance and the emergence of a Chinese Business System | NWO Conference
  Conference | Entrepreneurship & Innovation (- 2009)

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Work in progress

  • Betancourt, N. & Krug, B. (2014). Are all Changes Always for the Better? Legal Change and Institutional Strength in the Bankruptcy Law of the People¿s Republic of China. Erasmus Law Review.

Latest publication

Krug, B. & Hendrischke, H. (2014). China's institutional architecture: a new institutional economics and organization theory perspective on the links between local governance and local enterprises. Asia Pacific Journal of Management.

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