Professor Dr. Yu-Hsu Sean Hsu joined NUCB in April 2018 after nine years as Assistant Professor (2009-2014) and Associate Professor (2014-2018) at Meiji University. He obtained his B.B.A. from Meiji University, and both his M.A. (in Organisation Studies) and Ph.D. from Warwick Business School, UK. His research interests include multinational firms, comparative capitalism, human resource management and family businesses with a strong focus on emerging markets in Asia. Sean has held positions at the University of London (SOAS), the University of Wales, the University of Oxford, the University of Tsukuba, International University Japan and Rikkyo University. His work has appeared in journals such as the Journal of International Management and Asia Pacific Business Review.
Organizational Behaviour, Human Resource Management, International Business and Management and Family Business.
Ph.D. Warwick Business School
"Review of "Multinational Companies from Japan: Capabilities, Competitiveness, and Challenges"", Journal of International Management, Vol.22 No.3, 201609
"How Country-of-Origin (COO) Affects Customer-Perceived Value: A Study of Hybrid High Tech Products", Global Business and Finance Research Conference Proceedings, 201410
Hsu, Y and Chang, C "Revisiting the Issues Regarding the Inheritance System in the Chinese Family Business", World Journal of Social Sciences, Vol.4 No.2, 201407
Hsu, Y and Chang, C "A Contemporary Country-of-Origin Framework: Conceptualising, Evaluating and Measuring", Meiji Business Review, Vol.61 No.2, 201403
Chang, C and Hsu, Y "Accessing the Effect of Perceived Value, Service Quality and Customer Satisfaction in the Online Travel Industry", Business and Management Review, Vol.3 No.3, 2013
Hsu, Y, Chang, C and Morgan, G "The Impact of Family Politics on One Multinational Chinese Family Business", Meiji Business Review, Vol.60 No.4, 201303
Chang, C and Hsu, Y "A Study of Generation Ethnic Effects on Country-of-Origin in the Context of North America: A Conceptual Model", Meiji Business Review, Vol.60 No.2-3, 201302