|Asst Prof Chiu Shih-Chi |
Division of Strategy, Management and Organisation
College of Business (Nanyang Business School)
Phone: (+65)6790 4805
- PhD University of Missouri 2010
- MA (Telecomm Mgt) Michigan State University 2000
- BA (MassComm) Tamkang University 1998
|Shih-chi Chiu joined Nanyang Business School as an Assistant Professor of Strategy in June, 2010. Before entering the academic setting, she owned a career consulting business in Colorado, USA. She also worked as a senior business analyst for an international telecommunications firm in Michigan, USA. Her research interests are in the areas of executive succession/turnover in IPO ventures and restructuring firms, corporate governance across different stages of the organizational life cycle, and corporate social responsibility. Her papers have been accepted for publication in the Journal of Management and Journal of Management Studies.|
|I categorize my research interests into three areas of study: (1) executive succession, (2) corporate governance, and (3) corporate social responsibility. Specifically, my research lies in the timing and nature of the executive succession phenomenon associated with different stages of firms in the organizational life cycle, critical organizational events, and corporate governance mechanisms in the firm. My papers related to these research topics have been presented at several international conferences and have resulted in multiple nominations for the best paper awards. My primary research goal is to advance our understanding of how CEO situational differences and governance attributes might influence a firm’s strategic actions and different aspects of organizational performance.|
- Chiu, S. & Sharfman, M. P. (2011). Legitimacy, visibility, and the antecedents of corporate social performance: An investigation of instrumental perspective. Journal of Management, 37(6), 1558-1585.
- Johnson, R. A., Schnatterly, K., Johnson, S. & Chiu, S. (2010). Institutional investors and institutional environments: A comparative analysis. Journal of Management Studies, 47 (2)(2), 1590-1613.