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Asia-based Theories of Organizations


Kim, Tohyun, and Rhee, Mooweon. 2023. "Innovating more each day and every day: A Confucian learning approach to innovation in the case of astronomical innovations in fifteenth-century Korea." Korean Journal of Management, 31(1): 103-133.

Li, Peter Ping, Rhee, Mooweon, and Sullivan, Bilian N. 2021. "Remembering James March." Management and Organization Review, 17(4): 644-654.

Rhee, Mooweon, and Rhee, Junyeon. 2021. "Yi Sun-sin leadership: An organizational learning perspective​." East and West Studies, 33(2): 219-239. (written in Korean)

Rhee, Mooweon, Alexandra, Valerie, and Powell, Skylar. 2020. "Individualism-collectivism cultural differences in performance feedback theory."  Cross Cultural & Strategic Management, 27(3): 343-364.

(The Winner of FIU / AIB 2020 Best Theory Paper Award)

Rhee, Mooweon, and Kim, Tohyun.  2019. “Exploiting old lessons and exploring new ideas: A Confucian approach to exploitation and exploration.” Asia Pacific Journal of Management, 36: 773-795.

Rhee, Mooweon, and Kim, Tohyun. 2015. “Great vessels take a long time to mature: Early success traps and competences in exploitation and exploration.” Organization Science, 26(1):180-197.


Chai, Sun-Ki, and Rhee, Mooweon. 2012. “East Asian firms should let employees have external networks.” Chinese Management Insights, 1: 18-20 (in Chinese) & 66-68 (in English).

Rhee, Mooweon. 2010. “The pursuit of shared wisdom in class: When classical Chinese thinkers meet James March.” Academy of Management Learning & Education, 9(2): 258-279.


Chai, Sun-Ki, and Rhee, Mooweon. 2010. “Confucian capitalism and the paradox of closure and structural holes in East Asian firms.” Management and Organization Review, 6(1): 5-29.

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