Yu, Andy

Email
At UW-Whitewater

Affiliation
University - Faculty/Staff
Department
Management
Position
ASSOCIATE PROFESSOR
Office Phone
(262) 472-7035
Office Location
HH 4505

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Author(s) Year Article Title Journal Name Volume Issue Pages
Yu, A., Lumpkin, G. T., Sorenson, R. L., Brigham, K. H. 2012 The landscape of family business outcomes: A summary and numerical taxonomy of dependent variables. Family Business Review 25 1 33-57
Sorenson, R. L., Goodpaster, K. E., Hedberg, P. R., Yu, A. 2009 The family point of view, family social capital, and firm performance: An exploratory test. Family Business Review 22 3 239-253

Journal of Family Business Strategy Outstanding Contribution in Reviewing
June 2015
Journal of Family Business Strategy
Journal of Family Business Strategy Excellence in Reviewing
May 2014
Journal of Family Business Strategy
Family Business Review Best Paper Honorable Mention Award
October 2013
Family Firm Institute
Distinguished Reviewer Award
August 2012
Academy of Management/Entrepreneurship Division
Award of Honorable Mention
January 2012
United States Association for Small Business and Entrepreneurship
Award of Honorable Mention
January 2012
United States Association for Small Business and Entrepreneurship
Family Business Review 2010 Excellent Reviewer Award
October 2011
Family Firm Institute/The University of Adelaide Business School
Family Business Review 2009 Outstanding Reviewer Award
October 2010
Family Firm Institute/The University of Adelaide Business School
Jack A. Dinos/ Cox Family Enterprise Center Best Family Business Paper Award
August 2009
Academy of Management/Kennesaw State University
Outstanding Reviewer Award
August 2009
Academy of Management/Organizational Behavior Division

Ph.D.
Business Administration/Management
Texas Tech University
2009
Master of Business Administration
Business/Marketing
Texas Tech University
2005
Bachelor of Business Administration
Management Information Systems
National Chengchi University
1998

GrowthWheel Certified Business Consultant
UW-Whitewater
May 2013

Family Firm Institute
December 2009 - Current
United States Association for Small Business and Entrepreneurship
January 2007 - Current
Academy of Management
October 2005 - Current

Market orientation and entrepreneurial orientation in family businesses
Zheng, D., Taylor, D.L., & Hsu, M.
Autonomy and SME performance: The configuration of organizational slack and environmental dynamism
Zheng, D.
Same structure but different meaning: Family firms in distinct cultures
Does culture matter on structural contingency theory?
Formalization in the U.S. and Taiwanese family ventures
Innovation management and business performance in the U.S. and Taiwanese family firms
The growth of corporate social responsibility in family businesses and non-family businesses: The perspectives of socioemotional wealth and legitimacy
Chung, H-M, Ding, H-B, & Hsieh, C-A.
The landscape of family business: Practical applications for ground-breaking family business research
Sorenson, R. L., Brigham, K. H., Lumpkin, G. T.
The impact of college education on entrepreneurship
Guo, X. & Chen, W.
Experience and new value creation in hospitality industry
Yuan, Y.-H.
The limits of autonomy on family business success: The importance of context
Stambaugh, J. E. & Lumpkin, G. T.
Too many cooks in the kitchen: Innovation capacity, collaborative network orientation, and performance in small family businesses
Spriggs, M., Deeds, D., & Sorenson, R. L.
Managing word-of-mouth in hospitality
Yuan, Y.-H.
Information era and business-to-business word-of-mouth communication salience.
Huang, Y.-M.
The family business landscape: Understanding the seven clusters
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Entrepreneurial orientation and family business outcomes: Two competing configurational models
Lumpkin, G. T., Sorenson, R. L., Brigham, H. K., & Payne, G. T.
Collaborative networks: Reduce risk by being informed
Sorenson, R. L.
A numerical taxonomy of family business outcomes: Ten years of dependent variables in family business research
Lumpkin, G. T., Brigham, K. H., and Sorenson, R. L.
Ethical norms in family firms: The influence of leader imperatives and conflict management norms
Goodpaster, K. E., Sorenson, R. L., and Hedberg, P. R.
Family capital: An explication and test of the theory
Sorenson, R. L. and Hoffman, J. J.
Society in embryo: Family relationships as the basis for social capital in family firms
Sorenson, R. L. and Lumpkin, G. T.
Word of mouth communication salience and new value creation in the business-to-business setting
Mitchell, R. K.

• Autonomy and family business performance: The joint effect of environmental dynamism and national culture
International Small Business Journal
Vol. 37
Is college education worth it? Evidence from its impacts on entrepreneurship in the United States
Journal of Small Business & Entrepreneurship
Vol. 28 Iss. 1 Pg. 1-26
Corporate social responsibility performance in family and non-family firms: The perspective of socioemotional wealth
Asian Business & Management
Vol. 14 Iss. 5 Pg. 383-412
The invisible hand in entrepreneurial process: Bricolage in emerging economies
International Journal of Entrepreneurship and Innovation Management
Vol. 17 Iss. 4/5/6 Pg. 214-223
Understanding the landscape of family business
The Ladscape of Family Business/ Edward Elgar
Pg. 9-36
The Landscape of Family Business
Edward Elgar Publishing
Too many cooks in the kitchen: Innovation capacity, collaborative network orientation, and performance in small family businesses
Family Business Review
Vol. 26 Iss. 1 Pg. 32-50
The landscape of family business outcomes: A summary and numerical taxonomy of dependent variables
Family Business Review
Vol. 25 Iss. 1 Pg. 33-57
The limits of autonomy on family business success: The importance of context
The Proceedings of United States Association for Small Business and Entrepreneurship
Too many cooks in the kitchen: Innovation capacity, collaborative network orientation, and performance in small family businesses
The Proceedings of United States Association for Small Business and Entrepreneurship
Before the attack: A typology of strategies of competitive aggressiveness
Journal of Management Policy and Practice
Vol. 12 Iss. 1 Pg. 49-63
Teaching Tips: Improving both individuals’ and groups’ learning effectiveness with the “revise and resubmit” model
Strategic Management: Creating competitive advantages
Society in embryo: Family relationships as the basis for social capital in family firms
Advances in entrepreneurship, firm emergence and growth: Entrepreneurship and family business
Vol. 12 Pg. 163-184
Taking stock of one decade of research: An outcomes-based framework for teaching family business
Advances in entrepreneurship, firm emergence and growth: Entrepreneurship and family business
Vol. 12 Pg. 367-375
The family point of view, family social capital, and firm performance: An exploratory test
Family Business Review
Vol. 22 Iss. 3 Pg. 239-253
Word of mouth communication salience and new value creation in the business-to-business setting
The Proceedings of United States Association for Small Business and Entrepreneurship

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