Présentations

Cette partie recense les principales présentations arbitrées prononcées au cours des cinq dernières années.

Actes de colloque

TIAN ZHILONG, T. HAFSI and XINMING DENG, 2010. The internationalization of the 500 largest Chinese firms: An exploratory study. AOM Montreal 2010.

LI YAN, T. HAFSI and LU SHAN, 2010. Planned revolutionary change: An historical perspective. ASAC Regina 2010.

HAFSI, T. LIAN XU, LIN WENJIN, YU KANGXIONG ET LI YAN, 2010. Emotion management in radical change. Runner up best paper award, ASAC Regina 2010

LI YAN ET T. HAFSI, 2009. Planned radical changes in large-scale Chinese SOEs. ASAC Niagara Falls, June.

TURGUT, G. ET T. HAFSI, 2009. Deviance from ideal : When homogeneous boards make mistakes. ASAC Niagara Falls, June.

GAUDRON, P. ET T. HAFSI. 2009. Le Centre hospitalier universitaire d’Amiens Picardie: le défi des réformes. ASAC, Niagara Falls, June.

HAFSI, T., G. EDWARDS, M. FARASHAHI ET R. MOLZ, 2009. Institutional decision and MNC strategic behaviour. Academy of management meeting. Chicago, August.

TURGUT, G. ET T. HAFSI, 2008. Does diversity inside boards matter on performance. ASAC conference, Halifax, NS.

LI YAN ET T. HAFSI, 2008. Understanding Chinese business behaviour : An historical perspective from the three kingdoms to modern China. Academy of management meeting, Anaheim, CA.

TURGUT, G. ET T. HAFSI, 2007. Board deviance : Why directors fail to conform ? Academy of management meeting, Philadelphia.

BERNIER, L., M. FARASHAHI ET T. HAFSI. 2007. What is institutional entrepreneurship about ? Proceedings ASAC meeting, Ottawa.

HAFSI, T. 2006. HAFSI, T. ET ZHILONG TIAN. 2006. Political strategies of Chinese firms. Proceedings Academy of management meeting. Atlanta.

HAFSI, T. ET F. YOUSSOFZAI. 2006. Strategic management of humanitarian organizations. Proceedings Academy of management meeting. Atlanta.

HAFSI, T. & L. BERNIER, 2005. The changing nature of public entrepreneurship. Proceedings Academy of Management meeting. Hawaii.

GARZON, C. & T. HAFSI, 2005. The strategic antecedents of corruption: An exploratory study. Proceedings Academy of Management meeting. Hawaii.