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Name Mia Hsiao-Wen Ho
Title Assistant Professor
Research Interests International business strategy (more info: https://www.mia-hohw.com/)
Office 4093
Phone 4628
Email mia.hohw@g-mail.nsysu.edu.tw


Education 2012, Ph.D., Management, King's College London
2009, Master, Business Studies (with Distinction), Aston University
2007, Bachelor, Economics, National Chengchi University
Experience 2013-08-01 ~ 2016-07-31, Yuan Ze University, Assistant Professor
2013-02-01 ~ 2013-07-31, Soochow University, Assistant Professor
Administrative Positions
Academic Services
Category Year Title
Journal Article 2019 Ho, Mia H.-W., Ghauri, P. and Kafouros, M. (2019). Knowledge Acquisition in International Strategic Alliances: The Role of Knowledge AmbiguityManagement International Review, 59(3), 439-463. (SSCI)
Journal Article 2018 Ho, Mia H.-W., Ghauri, P. and Larimo, J (2018). Institutional distance and knowledge Acquisition in International Buyer–Supplier Relationships: The moderating role of trustAsia Pacific Journal of Management, 35(2), 427-447. (SSCI)
Journal Article 2015 Ho, Mia H.-W. & Wang, F. (2015). Unpacking knowledge transfer and learning paradoxes in international strategic alliances: contextual differences matterInternational Business Review, 24(2), 287-297. (SSCI)
Journal Article 2015 Ho, Mia H.-W. (2015). A knowledge-based view of cultural distance in international business exchangesAcademy of Management Proceedings, (), . (其他期刊)
Conference Paper 2018 Ho, Mia H.-W. (2018). Determinants of international strategic alliance performance in E-commerce industry: Do contextual factors matter?. Paper accepted at JIBS Paper Development Workshop, AIB Southeast Asia Chapter Conference, Hong Kong.
Conference Paper 2017 Ho, Mia. H.-W (2017). Knowledge acquisition in international strategic alliances: the role of knowledge ambiguity. Paper presented at The Institute of International Business and governance annual conference, Hong Kong.
Conference Paper 2017 Ho, Mia H.-W (2017). Institutional distance and knowledge acquisition in international buyer–supplier relationships: The moderating role of trust.. Paper presented at AIB UK and Ireland Chapter Conference, UK.
Year Title
2019

An Analysis of International Competitive Strategies and Export Performance: The Role of Organizational Learning. MOST (108-2410-H-110-040)

2018

Open Innovation, Institutional Idiosyncrasies and Firm Innovativeness in Emerging Countries. MOST (107-2410-H-110-076 -)

2017

Knowledge Acquisition in International Strategic Alliances: The Role of Knowledge Ambiguity. MOST (106-2410-H-110-071-)

2016

A Knowledge-based View of Cultural Distance in International Business Exchanges. MOST (105-2410-H-110-081-)

2015

The Co-evolution of International Strategic Alliances: An Integrative Framework. MOST (104-2410-H-155-046 -)

2014

Bridging the Cross-trait Relationships in Telecommunication, LED and E-commerce Industries: Evaluations and Policies. Ministry of Economic Affair ()

2013

Respect and Relationship Commitment in International Buyer–supplier Exchanges. MOST (103-2410-H-155 -044 -)

2013

The Role of Country-of-origin and Inter-partner Interactions in Explaining Knowledge Acquisition through International Strategic Alliances. MOST (102-2410-H-155 -049 -)

Year Title Awarding Organization
2018 Distinguished Young Faculty National Sun Yat-sen University
2017 Distinguished Young Faculty National Sun Yat-sen University
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