Tailan Chi

School of Business -
Professor
Carl A. Scupin Professorship
Primary office:
Capitol Federal Hall, 4183
University of Kansas
1654 Naismith Drive
Lawrence, KS 66045-7601


Summary

Selected Publications

Chi, T., Li, J., Trigeorgis, L. G., & Tsekrekos, A. E. (2019). Real Options Theory in International Business [Journal Articles]. 50(4), 525–553. http://dx.doi.org/10.1057/s41267-019-00222-y
Chi, T., & Seth, A. (2019). Rationality in theoretical modeling of collaborative ventures (F. Contractor & J. J. Reuer, Eds.; pp. 55–66) [Book Chapters]. Cambridge University Press. https://doi.org/10.1017/9781108236188.004
Chi, T., & Seth, A. (2017). Real Option Considerations in Devising a Collaborative Strategy (L. Mesquita, R. Ragozzino, & J. J. Reuer, Eds.; pp. 46–42) [Book Chapters]. Edward Elgar. https://www.e-elgar.com/shop/collaborative-strategy
Chi, T. (2015). Commentary: Internalization theory and its relation to RBV and TCE [Journal Articles]. 50, 634 & ndash;636.
Shenkar, O., Luo, Y., & Chi, T. (2015). International Business [Books, Textbooks]. Routledge. http://www.routledge.com/books/details/9780415817134/
Chi, T., & Zhao, J. Z. (2014). Equity Structure of MNE Affiliates and Scope of Their Activities: Distinguishing the Incentive and Control Effects of Ownership: Incentive and Control Effects of Ownership [Journal Articles]. 4(4), 257–279. https://doi.org/10.1002/gsj.1083
Chen, S., Chi, T., & Poppo, L. (2014). Role of political ties and its contingency on individual and market factors: A study of R&D investment by private firms in China: Vol. Entrepreneurship (J. H. Humphreys, Ed.) [Conference Proceedings]. https://doi.org/10.5465/AMBPP.2014.222
Li, Y., & Chi, T. (2013). Venture capitalists’ decision to withdraw: The role of portfolio configuration from a real options lens: A Real Options View on Venture Capital Withdrawal Decisions [Journal Articles]. 34(11), 1351–1366. https://doi.org/10.1002/smj.2073
Levitas, E., & Chi, T. (2010). A Look at the Value Creation Effects of Patenting and Capital Investment Though a Real Options Lens: The Moderating Role of Uncertainty [Journal Articles]. 4, 212–233.
Chi, T., & Seth, A. (2009). A Dynamic Model of the Choice of Mode for Exploiting Complementary Capabilities [Journal Articles]. 40(3), 365–387.
Chi, T. (2009). Subsidiary Operations in China: Learning in an Evolving Institutional Environment (J. L. C. Cheng, E. Maitland, & S. Stephen Nicholas, Eds.; pp. 241–247) [Book Chapters]. Emerald Group Publishing.
Acquaah , M., & Chi, T. (2007). A Longitudinal Analysis of the Impact of Firm Resources and Industry Characteristics on Firm-Specific Profitability [Journal Articles]. 11, 179–213.
Chi, T., & Levitas, E. (2007). An Examination of Options Embedded in a Firm’s Patents: The Value of Dispersion in Citations (J. J. Reuer & T. W. Tong, Eds.; pp. 405–427) [Book Chapters]. Elsevier Science.
Chi, T. (2007). Resource Complementarity, Institutional Compatibility, and Some Ensuing Methodological Issues in Testing the RBV (D. Ketchen & D. Bergh, Eds.; pp. 19–35) [Book Chapters]. Elsevier Science.
Seth, A., & Chi, T. (2005). What Does a Real Options Perspective Add to the Understanding of Strategic Alliances? (O. Shenkar & J. J. Reuer, Eds.; pp. 101–116) [Book Chapters]. Sage Publications.
Chi, T., Nystrom, P. C., & Kircher, P. (2004). Knowledge-Based Resources as Determinants of MNC Structure: Tests of an Integrative Model [Journal Articles]. 10, 219–238.
Seth, A., Chi, T., & Seth, S. (2003). Operational and Motivational Efficiency in International Strategy and Structure (A. Rugman, Ed.; pp. 177–194) [Book Chapters]. Elsevier Science.
Chi, T., & Seth, A. (2002). Joint Ventures Through a Real Options Lens (F. J. Contractor & P. Lorange, Eds.; pp. 71–87) [Book Chapters]. Elsevier Science.
Levitas, E., & Chi, T. (2002). Rethinking Rouse and Daellenbach’s Rethinking: Isolating Versus Testing for Sources of Sustainable Competitive Advantage [Journal Articles]. 23, 957–962.
Chi, T. (2001). [Book Reviews]. 26, 311–313.
Levitas, E., & Chi, T. (2001). A Real Option Perspective on the Market Valuation of a Firm’s Technological Competence: Vol. BPS (D. H. Nagao, Ed.; pp. F1–F6) [Conference Proceedings].
Chi, T., & Liu, J. (2001). Product Life Cycle, and Market Entry and Exit Decisions Under Uncertainty [Journal Articles]. 33(9), 695–704.
Chi, T. (2000). Option to Acquire and Divest a Joint Venture [Journal Articles]. 21, 665–687.
Chi, T., & Nystrom, P. C. (1998). An Economic Analysis of Matrix Structure, Using Multinational Corporations as an Illustration [Journal Articles]. 19, 141–156.
Chi, T., & Fan, D. (1997). Cognitive Limitations and “Investment Myopia” [Journal Articles]. 28(1), 27–57.
Chi, T., Liu, J., & Chen, H. (1997). Optimal Stopping Rule For a Project With Uncertainty Completion Time and Partial Salvageability [Journal Articles]. 44(1), 54–66.
Chi, T., & Roehl, T. W. (1997). The Structuring of Interfirm Exchanges in Business Know-How: Evidence From International Collaborative Ventures [Journal Articles]. 18, 279–294.
Chi, T., & McGuire, D. J. (1996). Collaborative Ventures and Value of Learning: Integrating the Transaction Cost and Strategic Option Perspectives on the Choice of Market Entry Modes [Journal Articles]. 27(2), 285–307.
Chi, T. (1996). Performance Verifiability and Output Sharing in Collaborative Ventures [Journal Articles]. 42(1), 93–109.
Chi, T., & Nystrom, P. C. (1995). Decision Dilemmas Facing Managers: Recognizing the Value of Learning While Making Sequential Decisions [Journal Articles]. 23(3), 303–312.
Chi, T. (1994). Trading in Strategic Resources: Necessary Conditions, Transaction Cost Problems, and Choice of Exchange Structure [Journal Articles]. 15(4), 271–290.
Martynov , A., & Chi, T. (revising to resubmit/in review). An Agent-Based Model of the Effects of Formal Coordination on Common and Private Benefits in R&D Alliances [Working Papers].
Asmussen, C. G., Chi, T., Kundu, S. G., & Narula, R. E. (submitted/in review). Applying and Advancing Internalization Theory: MNEs in the 21st Century [Working Papers].
Kim, M., Kim, M., Bradlow , A., & Chi, T. (in preparation/progress; not yet submitted). Bridge over Troubled Water: Language Distance, Convergence, and the Microfoundation of the Theory of the MNC [Working Papers].
Chevalier-Roignant, B., Chi, T., & Trigeorgis, L. (in preparation/progress; not yet submitted). Innovation, Licensing and Coopetition Under Imperfect Appropriation Regime and Market Uncertainty (pp. 1351–1366) [Working Papers].
Buckley , P. J., & Chi, T. (in preparation/progress; not yet submitted). Internalization Theory and the Governance and Measurement Branches of Transaction Cost Economics: Some Theoretical and Empirical Issues [Working Papers].
Cheng, Z., & Chi, T. (in preparation/progress; not yet submitted). Reexamining the Internalization Theory: Are Wholly-Owned Subsidiaries More Efficient in Exploiting Intangible Assets than Alliances?” Annual Meetings of the Academy of International Business [Working Papers].
Kim, M., Kim, M., Chi, T., & Bradlow , A. (in preparation/progress; not yet submitted). Strategic Choice of Functional Language in MNCs: Implications for Communicative Efficiency [Working Papers].
Cheng, Z., & Chi, T. (in preparation/progress; not yet submitted). The Formation of Equity Joint Ventures: An Empirical Examination of the “Hybrid” and “Asset Bundling” Views in Transaction Cost Economics [Working Papers].
Chen, S., Chi, T., & Poppo, L. (in preparation/progress; not yet submitted). The Role of Entrepreneurs’ Political Ties in Private Firms R&D Investment and the Contingency Value [Working Papers].
Li, Y., Chi, T., & Lan, L. (submitted/in review). To Cash Out or Not? Venture Capital Exit After Investee IPO (pp. 1351–1366) [Working Papers].

Selected Presentations

Li, Y., Chi, T., & Lan, S. (11/30/2018). Why Do Venture Capital Investors Retain Equity Stakes in Startups After IPO? Insight from a Study of IPO Firms in China. Sheldon B. Lubar School of Business, University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee. Milwaukee, WI
Li, Y., Chi, T., & Lan, S. (10/31/2018). Why Do Venture Capital Investors Retain Equity Stakes in Startups After IPO? Insight from a Study of IPO Firms in China. Naveen Jindal School of Management, The University of Texas at Dallas. Dallas, TX
Chi, T. (8/10/2018). Real Option Theory in Strategic Management and Entrepreneurship Research: Applicability and its Boundaries. Annual Meetings of the Academy of Management. Chicago, IL
Chi, T. (6/30/2018). Applications of Real Option Theory in International Business and Strategy Research. Annual Real Options Conference. Dusseldorf, Germany
Chi, T., Huang, Y., & Seth, A. (6/30/2018). Differential Effects of Exogenous and Endogenous Uncertainty on a Joint Venture. Annual Real Options Conference. Dusseldorf, Germany
Chi, T. (3/31/2018). China’s Transition to a Market Economy. Workshop on the World Economy for the International Officers Program of the U.S. Army Command and General Staff College. University of Kansas, Lawrence, Kansas
Kim, M., Kim, M., Chi, T., & Bradlow, A. (8/8/2017). Choice of Functional Language in MNCs: Trade-offs and Potential Remedies. Annual Meetings of the Academy of Management. Atlanta, GA
Cheng, Z., & Chi, T. (7/31/2017). Reexamining the Internalization Theory: Are Wholly-Owned Subsidiaries More Efficient in Exploiting Intangible Assets than Alliances?. Annual Meetings of the Academy of International Business. Dubai, UAE
Chi, T. (7/31/2017). Role of Theory Development in IB Research. Annual Meetings of the Academy of International Business. Dubai, UAE
Li, Y., Chi, T., & Lan, S. (7/31/2017). Why Do Venture Capital Funds Retain Equity Stakes in Startups After IPO? Information Economics and Growth Option Explanations. Annual Meetings of the Academy of International Business. Dubai, UAE
Cheng, Z., & Chi, T. (6/30/2017). An Empirical Test of the Asset Specificity and Measurement Cost Perspectives on the Formation of Equity Joint Ventures. Guanghua School of Management, Peking University. Beijing, China
Cheng, Z., & Chi, T. (6/30/2017). Assessing Two Transaction Cost-Based Theories of Equity Joint Ventures: Asset Specificity versus Measurement Cost. Waseda University. Tokyo, Japan
Chi, T. (6/20/2017). Real Option Theory and Implications for the Strategy of Asian Firms. Biannual Meetings of the Asian Academy of Management. Kitakyushu, Japan
Cheng, Z., & Chi, T. (9/30/2016). Revisiting Morck and Yeung (1992): An Empirical Reexamination of Internalization Theory. Strategic Management Society Annual International Conference. New Orleans, LA
Cheng, Z., & Chi, T. (8/31/2016). The Formation of Equity Joint Ventures: An Empirical Examination of the “Hybrid” and “Asset Bundling” Views in Transaction Cost Economics. Annual Meetings of the Academy of International Business. New Orleans, LA
Chi, T. (8/31/2016). Theory Development in IB Research: Criteria, Pitfalls and Processes. Annual Meetings of the Academy of Management. Vancouver, Canada
Kim, M., Kim, M., Chi, T., & Bradlow, A. (10/31/2015). MNC Strategies and Choice of Functional Language. SMS Annual International Conference. Denver, Colorado
Chi, T. (8/31/2015). Deepening Economic and Legal Reforms, and Implications for Corporate Governance in China. Annual Meetings of the Academy of Management. Vancouver, Canada
Chi, T. (8/31/2015). How to Contribute to Theory in IB Research. Annual Meetings of the Academy of Management. Vancouver, Canada
Chi, T. (6/28/2015). Corporate Governance amid Deepening Economic and Legal Reforms in China: Implications for Multinationals. Annual Meetings of the Academy of International Business. Bangalore, India
Chi, T. (6/13/2015). Internalization Theory and the Governance and Measurement Branches of Transaction Cost Economics. Reading-UNCTAD International Business Conference. Reading, UK
Kim, M., Kim, M., Chi, T., & Bradlow, A. (6/13/2015). International Expansion Strategy and Choice of Functional Language. Reading-UNCTAD International Business Conference. Reading, UK
Chi, T. (6/24/2015). Theory, Methodology and Crafting in Management Research: A Strategy and IB Perspective. Biannual Meetings of the Asian Academy of Management. Hong Kong SAR, China
Chi, T. (8/31/2014). Designing Alliance Agreements: Trade-off between Flexibility and Commitment. Annual Meetings of the Academy of Management. Philadelphia, Pennsylvania
Kim, M., Kim, M., Bradlow, A., & Chi, T. (8/31/2014). The Microfoundations of the Theory of the MNC: New Insight from a Psycholinguistic Study. Annual Meetings of the Academy of Management. Philadelphia, Pennsylvania
Chen, S., Chi, T., & Poppo, L. (8/31/2014). The Role of Entrepreneurs’ Political Ties in Private Firms R&D Investment and the Contingency Value. Annual Meetings of the Academy of Management. Philadelphia, Pennsylvania
Kim, M., Kim, M., Bradlow, A., & Chi, T. (8/31/2013). How MNCs May Improve the Efficiency of Language Communications and its Global Competitiveness: Implications from a Laboratory Study. Annual Meetings of the Academy of Management. Orlando, Florida
Kim, M., Kim, M., Bradlow, A., & Chi, T. (7/31/2013). Language Distance and Communication Efficiency in MNCs: Moderating Role of Convergence. Annual Meetings of the Academy of International Business. Istanbul, Turkey
Chi, T. (6/30/2012). Integration of Real Option Theory with Transaction Cost Economics and Property Rights Paradigm in Strategic Management Research. Research Forum on Strategic Management, Shanghai University of Finance and Economics. Shanghai, China
Li, Y., & Chi, T. (6/30/2012). Venture Capitalists’ Decision to Withdraw. Research Forum on Strategic Management, Shanghai University of Finance and Economics. Shanghai, China
Zhao, Z. J., & Chi, T. (5/31/2012). Equity Ownership as Means of Incentive and Control in Cross-Border Knowledge Collaboration. Xidian University. Xi’an, China
Zhao, Z. J., & Chi, T. (3/31/2012). Does Foreign Equity Ownership Necessarily Result in Greater Technology Transfer from Multinational Corporations?. Groupe ESC Clermont. Clermont-Ferrand, France
Zhao, Z. J., & Chi, T. (6/30/2011). Does Foreign Equity Ownership Necessarily Result in Greater Technology Transfer from Multinational Corporations?. Annual Meetings of the Asian-Pacific Economic Association. Pusan, Korea
Chi, T. (6/30/2011). IB's Contributions to Social Science Disciplines: A Review. Annual Meetings of the Academy of International Business. Nagoya, Japan
Martynov, A., & Chi, T. (8/31/2010). Complexity, Dynamic Capabilities, and Boundaries of the Firm: A Study of Optimal Governance Modes. Annual Meetings of the Academy of Management. Montreal, Canada
Zhao, Z. J., & Chi, T. (6/30/2010). Equity Ownership as Means of Incentive and Control Equity Ownership: A study of Cross-Border Knowledge Collaboration in the Chinese Automotive Industry. Annual Meetings of the Academy of International Business. Rio de Janeiro, Brazil
Chi, T. (3/31/2010). Developing Curriculum on Asia, with an Emphasis on China. Workshop on New Directions in Research and Teaching in Asian Studies, University of Costa Rica. San Jose, Costa Rica
Chi, T. (3/31/2010). International Business and China. Workshop on New Directions in Research and Teaching in Asian Studies, University of Costa Rica. San Jose, Costa Rica
Levitas, E., & Chi, T. (10/31/2009). How Does Investment in Appropriable Technology Create Value? A Look at Patents in the Biotechnology Industry Through a Real Options Lens. School of Management, Nanjing University. Nanjing, China
Zhao, Z. J., & Chi, T. (9/30/2008). Equity Ownership as Means of Incentive and Control in Cross-Border Knowledge Collaboration. School of Management, University at Buffalo, The State University of New York. Amherst, NY
Zhao, Z. J., & Chi, T. (8/31/2008). Equity Ownership as Means of Incentive and Control in Cross-Border Knowledge Collaboration. Annual Meetings of the Academy of Management. Anaheim, CA
Chi, T., Li, J., & Lin, H. (6/1/2008 - 7/31/2008). A Dynamic Game of Learning Race in Joint Ventures. Annual Meetings of the Academy of International Business. Milan, Italy
Seth, A., & Chi, T. (6/1/2008 - 7/31/2008). Interfaces and Interactions in the Theory of the MNE. Annual Meetings of the Academy of International Business. Milan, Italy
Liang, X., Chi, T., & Wu, S. (8/31/2007). How Dynamic are the Sources of Dynamic Capabilities? Learning from Huawei's Success. Annual Meetings of the Academy of Management. Philadelphia, PA
Chi, T. (8/31/2007). Product and International Diversification of Business Groups in China: Is it Antecedent or Consequence of Superior Performance. Annual Meetings of the Academy of Management. Philadelphia, PA
Chi, T. (11/30/2006). China's Economic Reform and the Creation and Development of Business Groups: A Comparative Institutional Perspective. Annual AIB/JIBS Emerging Research Frontiers in International Business Conference. San Diego, CA
Levitas, E., & Chi, T. (6/30/2006). An Examination of Options Embedded in a Firm's Patents: Value of Dispersion in Citations. Real Options in Entrepreneurship and Strategy Conference. This is a small, invitation-only conference involving leading scholars in the application or real option theory to the study of strategic management, University of North Carolina. Chapel Hill, NC
Seth, A., Taub, B., & Chi, T. (6/30/2006). Modeling Strategic Alliances as a Dynamic Game. Annual Meetings of the Academy of International Business. Beijing, China
Chi, T. (7/31/2005). Testing Theories that Involve Unobservables. The International Association of Chinese Management Research Workshop. Xian, China
Seth, A., & Chi, T. (3/31/2005). Combining Complementary Capabilities: A Discrete-Time Model of the Choice Among Acquisition, Joint Venture and Licensing. Annual Conference on Corporate Strategy. Vallendar, Germany
Chi, T. (12/31/2004). The Choice Among Joint Venture, Acquisition and Licensing in Combining Complementary Assets: A Discrete-Time Model. Business Research Seminar Series, School of Business Administration, University of Wisconsin–Milwaukee. Milwaukee, WI
Chi, T., & Seth, A. (10/31/2004). Exploiting Complementary Capabilities: A Dynamic Model of the Choice of Investment Mode. Annual Meetings of the Financial Management Association. New Orleans, LA
Chi, T., & Seth, A. (7/31/2004). Knowledge, Incentives and Mode of Investment: Discrete and Continuous Time Models. Annual Meetings of the Academy of International Business. Stockholm, Sweden
Chi, T., & Seth, A. (1/31/2004). A Stochastic Model of Mode Choice in Combining Complementary Capabilities. Strategic Management Research Seminar Series, Fisher College of Business, The Ohio State University. Columbus, OH
Kumar, S., Seth , A., & Chi, T. (8/31/2003). Diversification and Performance: A Dynamic Perspective. Annual Meetings of the Academy of Management. Seattle, WA
Acquaah, M., & Chi, T. (8/31/2003). Firm Resources, Industry Structure and Profitability: A Longitudinal Analysis. Annual Meetings of the Academy of Management. Seattle, WA
Chi, T. (8/31/2003). The Challenges of Theoretical Integration in International Business Research. Workshop on the Current State and Future Directions of International Business and International Management Research, Sponsored by the Center for Corporate Change at the Australian Graduate School of Management and the Center for International Business Education and Research (CIBER) at the University of Illinois. Issaquah, WA
Seth, A., & Chi, T. (6/30/2003). What Does a Real Options Perspective Add to the Understanding of Strategic Alliances?. Strategic Alliance Conference. This is a small, invitation-only conference involving leading scholars in the study of interfirm alliances, Ohio State University. Columbus, OH
Chi, T., Nystrom, P., & Kircher, P. (3/31/2003). Knowledge, Scope, and Internal Organization of MNCs. Fourth Fox International Business Research Forum, Temple University. Philadelphia, PA
Seth, A., Chi, T., & Seth, S. (10/31/2002). International Strategy and Structure: The Tradeoff Between Operational and Motivational Efficiency. IU/IB: Symposium on the Development of International Business at Indiana University and the Kelley School of Business, Indiana University. Bloomington, IN
Chi, T., & Seth, A. (6/1/2002 - 7/31/2002). The Trade-Off Between Flexibility and Commitment in the Choice of Market Entry Mode Under Uncertainty. Annual Meetings of the Academy of International Business. San Juan, Puerto Rico
Chi, T. (6/30/2002). Modeling Interfirm Exchange Structures and Intrafirm Organizational Structures. Workshop on Modeling and Measurement Issues in International Business Research, Sponsored by the Center for Corporate Change at the Australian Graduate School of Management and the Center for International Business Education and Research (CIBER) at the University of Illinois. St. Thomas, U.S. Virgin Islands
Chi, T., Nystrom, P., & Kircher, P. (11/30/2001). Firm Expansion Across Geographic and Product Markets and Choice of Organization Structure: An Empirical Study. Bond University, Gold Coast, Australia
Chi, T., Nystrom, P., & Kircher, P. (11/30/2001). Firm Expansion Across Geographic and Product Markets and Choice of Organization Structure: An Empirical Study. Annual Meetings of the Academy of International Business. Sydney, Australia
Chi, T., Nystrom, P., & Kircher, P. (11/30/2001). Major Determinants of the Organizational Structures of Multinational Corporations: An Empirical Test. Purdue University. West Lafayette, IN
Chi, T., & Seth, A. (8/31/2001). A Dynamic Model of Inter-Partner Learning in Knowledge-Intensive Joint Ventures. Annual Meetings of the Academy of Management. Washington, DC
Levitas, E., & Chi, T. (8/31/2001). A Real Option Perspective on the Market Valuation of a Firm's Technological Competence. Annual Meetings of the Academy of Management. Washington, DC
Chi, T., Nystrom, P., & Kircher, P. (8/31/2001). Major Determinants of the Organizational Structures of Multinational Corporations: An Empirical Test. Annual Meetings of the Academy of Management. Washington, DC
Chi, T., & Seth, A. (6/30/2001). Joint Ventures Through a Real Options Lens: New Insights and Future Directions. Joint Rutgers/IMD Conference on Cooperative Strategies and Alliances. This is a small, invitation-only conference involving leading scholars in the study of interfirm alliances. Lausanne, Switzerland
Dou, W., & Chi, T. (11/30/2000). Emergence of E-Commerce and Choice of Distribution Strategy in Geographical Expansion. Annual Meetings of the Academy of International Business. Phoenix, AZ
Chi, T. (3/31/2000). Learning Through Multiple Forms of Rationality. Midwest Academy of Management Meetings. Chicago, IL
Prasad, K., & Chi, T. (12/31/1998). A Strategic Marketing Approach to Attracting Foreign Direct Investment: The Case of Zhuhai. Conference on Foreign Direct Investment in China and Zhuhai. Zhuhai City, China
Dou, W., & Chi, T. (10/31/1998). Optimal Pricing Policy for Manufacturers Selling Online. INFORMS National Meetings. Seattle, WA
Chi, T. (10/31/1997). Evaluating Joint Ventures With Embedded Strategic Options. Annual Meetings of the Academy of International Business. Monterrey, Mexico
Peng, M. W., & Chi, T. (8/31/1997). Management and Organization in China: Insiders Looking From Outside. All-Academy Symposium Discussion at Annual Meeting of the Academy of Management. Boston, MA
Peng, M. W., & Chi, T. (8/31/1997). The Growth of the Firm in China: A Comparative Perspective. Annual Meetings of the Academy of Management. Boston, MA
Chi, T., & Roehl, T. W. (8/31/1995). An Examination of Collaborative Venture Structuring Under a Two-Dimensional Framework. Annual Meetings of the Academy of Management. Vancouver, B.C., Canada
McGuire, D. J., & Chi, T. (11/30/1994). A Strategic Option Framework for the Evaluation of Market Entry Decisions. Annual Meetings of the Academy of International Business. Boston, MA
Chi, T., & Nystrom, P. C. (8/31/1994). Learning While Making Sequential Decisions: A Dynamic Model for Project Management. Annual Meetings of the Academy of Management. Dallas, TX
Chi, T. (8/31/1993). Imitability and Tradability of Strategic Resources. Annual Meetings of the Academy of Management. Atlanta, GA
Chi, T. (7/31/1992). Information Asymmetry and Cost of Capital: A Theoretical Examination of the Relationship Between Entrepreneurs and Capital Owners. Annual Meetings of the Western Economic Association. San Francisco, CA
Chi, T. (10/31/1991). Organizational Structure of Multinational Enterprises: A New Institutionalist Economics Perspective. Annual Meetings of the Academy of International Business. Miami, FL
Chi, T. (7/31/1991). Transaction Costs and the Structure of International Collaborative Ventures. Annual Meetings of the Western Economic Association. Seattle, WA
Chi, T. (1/31/1991). Transaction Costs and Choice of Market Entry Modes: An Empirical Investigation. International Business Research Seminar Series. Newark, NJ
Chi, T. (10/31/1990). Choice of Transaction Modes and Allocation of Residual Share in International Business: An Empirical Investigation. Annual Meetings of the Academy of International Business. Toronto, Canada
Chi, T., & Roehl, T. W. (11/30/1989). Transaction Costs, Modal Choice, and the Optimum Share Structure of Joint Ventures. Annual Meetings of the Academy of International Business. Singapore

Selected Grants

Explaining Knowledge-Acquisitions by MNEs from Emerging Economies,” University of Kansas School of Business International Research Competition. Center for Global Business Studies, School of Business, University of Kansas. $9195.00. (5/15/2015 - 8/31/2016). University (KU or KUMC). Status: Funded. For database purchase
A reexamination of the relationships among intangible assets, international expansion and firm value: the mediating role of modal choice. University of Kansas. $5200.00. (8/31/2014). University (KU or KUMC). Status: Funded. For research assistance
A reexamination of the relationships among intangible assets, international expansion and firm value: the mediating role of modal choice. Institute for International Business, School of Business, University of Kansas. $8500.00. (5/15/2014 - 8/31/2014). University (KU or KUMC). Status: Funded. For database purchase
How Intrafirm Complexity and Interfirm Dependence Affect the Choice of Optimal Organizational Form: An Empirical Study. University of Kansas. $5200.00. (8/31/2010). University (KU or KUMC). Status: Funded
Carl A. Scupin Faculty Fellow. University of Kansas School of Business. $15000.00. (12/31/2010). University (KU or KUMC). Status: Funded
Learning to Transact: A Simulation Model of Adaptive Behavior in Interfirm Exchanges. University of Kansas. $5200.00. (8/31/2009). University (KU or KUMC). Status: Funded
Oswald Fellowship. University of Kansas School of Business. $10000.00. (1/1/2004 - 12/31/2009). University (KU or KUMC). Status: Funded
University of Kansas Center for International Business Education & Research (CIBER) Grant Proposal. U.S. Department of Education. Submitted 1/1/2009 (12/31/2009). Federal. Status: Not Funded. $1,724,819
Product and International Diversification of Business Groups in China: Is it Antecedent or Consequence of Superior Performance?. Institute for International Business, School of Business, University of Kansas. $16500.00. (12/31/2008). University (KU or KUMC). Status: Funded
Choice of Market Entry Modes Under Uncertainty: An Empirical Investigation. University of Kansas. $5200.00. (8/31/2006). University (KU or KUMC). Status: Funded
Business and Cultural Environment of Greater China. University of Wisconsin–Milwaukee Institute of Global Studies Task Force. $4000.00. (12/31/1998). Other University. Status: Funded
Organizational Designs for Multinational Firms: An Empirical Test of Design Choices and Performance. University of Wisconsin–Madison CIBER and University of Wisconsin–Milwaukee International Business Center. $1500.00. (12/31/1998). Other University. Status: Funded
Theoretical Modeling of Manufacturing Technology Life Cycle Under Uncertainty. National Science Foundation. Submitted 1/1/1996 (12/31/1996). Federal. Status: Not Funded
Rigidity in Human Decision Making Under Uncertainty. University of Wisconsin–Milwaukee Graduate School Research Committee. $7865.00. (8/31/1992). Other University. Status: Funded
Technology Transfer from Multinational Enterprises to Developing Countries. University of Washington Pacific Rim Project. $1000.00. (12/31/1989). Other University. Status: Funded

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