Profile Page Prof. PhD Josh Wei-Jun Hsueh

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Name Josh Wei-Jun Hsueh
Title Prof. PhD
Institute/School KMU - Swiss Institute of Small Business and Entrepreneurship
Address CFB-HSG
Büro 1-348
Dufourstrasse 40a
9000 St. Gallen
Email address
Phone +41 71 224 20 61
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Main Focuses Family businesses, corporate social responsibility, corporate reputation
Further fields of research Entrepreneurship, Social identity, Corporate reputation
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  1. Item Andric, Mateja; Hatak, Isabella; Hsueh, Josh Wei-Jun & Zellweger, Thomas: Socio-Historical Shifts in Life Stage at Entrepreneurial Entry and Their Performance Implications. 2022. - 82st Annual Meeting of the Academy of Management. - Seattle.
  2. Item Andric, Mateja; Hsueh, Josh Wei-Jun; Hatak, Isabella & Zellweger, Thomas: Childhood Roots of Entrepreneurship: Parental Divorce, Entrepreneurial Entry and Performance. 2021. - 81st Annual Meeting of the Academy of Management. - Virtual Conference.
  3. Item Andric, Mateja; Hsueh, Josh Wei-Jun; Hatak, Isabella & Zellweger, Thomas: Early-life Family Disruption and Entrepreneurship. 2021. - Babson College Entrepreneurship Research Conference (BCERC). - Virtual Conference.
  4. Item Hsueh, Josh Wei-Jun & Richards, Melanie: Being in Bad Company: What Drives Negative Image Spillovers in Business Groups? 2021. - EIASM Workshop on Family Firm Management Research. - Online.
  5. Item Hsueh, Josh: Virtue Ethics, Values of the Founders, and Organizational Growth. In Wehrmeyer, Walter; Looser, Stéphanie & Del Baldo, Mara (ed.): Intrinsic CSR and Competition. Cham : Palgrave Macmillan, 2019, S. 185-200. [img]
  6. Item Hietschold, Nadine; Hsueh, Josh; Sieger, Philipp & Voegtlin, Christian: The 2015 European refugee event and founder social identities: A multi-country and multi-level study. 2019.
  7. Item Hsueh, Josh: Familienunternehmen weltweit in Zahlen. In: FuS – Zeitschrift für Familienunternehmen und Strategie 2 (2019), S. 56-58. [img]
  8. Item Hsueh, Josh & Gomez-Solorzano, Manuel (2019) Social Tie Heterogeneity and Firms’ Networking Strategy. Entrepreneurship Theory and Practice, 43 (2). 352-359. ISSN 1042-2587 [img]
  9. Item Hsueh, Josh Wei-Jun (2018) Governance Structure and the Credibility Gap: Experimental Evidence on Family Businesses’ Sustainability Reporting. Journal of Business Ethics, 153 (2). 547-568. ISSN 0167-4544 [img]
  10. Item Hsueh, Josh & Zellweger, Thomas Markus: A gift or a curse? The influence of family business background on next-generation entrepreneurship. [Monograph] [img]