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根源、发展和启示——中外当代慈善文化比较 Origin, Development, and Revelation – The Comparison of Charity Cultures between China and the West(only available in Chinese)
Published in Management Observer, 2009
从历史沿革、形态变迁到蓬勃发展和现实挑战,慈善文化进行了自内而外的调整和完善,在体系构成与建设中同样经历了时代的考校和验证.中国和外国(主要特指西方)的慈善文化在民族传统和基础起源上有很大的差别,慈善事业、机构亦是不同.本文将着重从根源、发晨和启示等方面对当代中外慈善文化进行比较研究,尤其是慈善思想与慈善意识在慈善文化中的重要性等都将做具体阐述. A comparison of contemporary charity cultures between China and the West, from the perspectives of origin, development, and inspiration. Further discussion focuses on the importance of the idea and awareness of the charity.
Recommended citation: Xule, Lin. (2009). "Origin, Development, and Revelation – The Comparison of Charity Cultures between China and the West." Management Observer.(35):235-236. 10.3969/j.issn.1674-2877.2009.35.167
ASQ Interview - TER WAL, CRISCUOLO, MCEVILY AND SALTER (2020). DUAL NETWORKING: HOW COLLABORATORS NETWORK IN THEIR QUEST FOR INNOVATION
Published in The ASQ Blog, 2021
Nadine Scholz from King’s College London, King’s Business School and I interviewed Anne ter Wal, Associate Professor of Technology and Innovation Management at Imperial College Business School, about his recent co-authored paper on “Dual Networking”.
Recommended citation: Lin, Xule, and Scholz, Nadine. “Ter Wal, Criscuolo, McEvily and Salter (2020). Dual Networking: How Collaborators Network in Their Quest for Innovation.” The ASQ Blog, June 26, 2021. https://asqblog.com/2021/06/26/ter-wal-criscuolo-mcevily-and-salter-2020-dual-networking-how-collaborators-network-in-their-quest-for-innovation/
Published in Academy of Management Proceedings, 2021
This study discovers the new, poorly understood phenomena of “Decentralized autonomous organizations” or DAOs. Posited by blockchain technology, DAOs provide an alternative solution to the collection action problem, enabling non-hierarchical communities of stakeholders to coordinate without a central authority and to achieve common goals. Examining DAOs built on Ethereum blockchain with abductive reasoning, this exploratory study investigates how governance modes emerge to address the paradox of centralized adoption of decentralized blockchain technology. A conceptual framework is proposed to provide a plausible explanation of the focal phenomena. Building on extant studies on blockchain governance, the proposed framework specifies the “layers” in the blockchain technology stack and explains how governance challenges manifest in the tensions between “commons logic” and “token logic” along with several domains.
Recommended citation: Lin, Xule. 2021. “Commons and Tokens — Governance Modes in Decentralized Autonomous Organizations (DAOs).” Academy of Management Proceedings 2021 (1): 16429. https://doi.org/10/gmj6dx
Undergraduate course, University 1, Department, 2014
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