1、How to conduct Research in the Chinese context
2、Do CEO Awards Motivate Financial Misconduct?
This study proposes that CEOs who have won prestigious CEO awards will experience an increase in their psychological entitlement, which can induce them to engage in financial misconduct. The influence of winning CEO awards on financial misconduct is stronger when award-winning CEOs are from industries where award winners are rare or from small firms because awards carry greater significance for these CEOs. Yet, firms led by award-winning CEOs will be punished more severely than those led by CEOs who have not won any such awards for the same type of financial misconduct because misconduct by the former can trigger stronger negative expectancy violations among regulators than misconduct by the latter. Using a sample of award-winning CEOs, we find empirical support for our arguments. Findings from this study contribute to organizational misconduct research by showing that meaningful events experienced by CEOs can sow the seeds of corporate malfeasance.
师伟现任印第安纳大学凯利商学院战略管理助理教授。2004年于北京外国语大学获得文学学位，2010于美国杜兰大学获得工商管理硕士学位，2016年于美国莱斯大学获得管理学博士学位。他的主要研究领域为公司治理、高管团队和公司战略。他的研究成果已经发表在Academy of Management Journal, Strategic Management Journal, Journal of Corporate Finance, Global Strategy Journal，Human Resource Management和 Academy of Management Perspective.