Cheng, Chi Yeung

PhD student, Year 3

Contact
Department of Management

jeremycheng@link.cuhk.edu.hk

Research Interest

Family Business
Governance
Family Office
Family Business Advisory
Transgenerational Entrepreneurship

  • Publications & Working Papers
    • Bang, N.P., Samara, G., Basco, R., Calabrò, A., Cheng, J., Díaz-Matajira, L., & James, A. (2022). Family firms across the world: Succession and governance in a disruptive era. In J. Cheng, L. Diaz-Matajira, N.P. Bang, R. Basco, A. Calabrò, A. James, & G. Samara (Eds.), Family business case studies across the world: Succession and governance in a disruptive era (pp.1-9). Cheltenham, UK: Edward Elgar.
    • Basco, R., James, A., Bang, N.P., Calabrò, A., Cheng, J., Díaz-Matajira, L., & Samara, G. (2022). Conclusion: The lessons learned. In J. Cheng, L. Diaz-Matajira, N.P. Bang, R. Basco, A. Calabrò, A. James, & G. Samara (Eds.), Family business case studies across the world: Succession and governance in a disruptive era (pp.184-188). Cheltenham, UK: Edward Elgar.
    • Cheng, C.Y.J., Au, K., Widz, M., & Jen, M. (2021, December). The Governance Marathon: Dynamic Durability in Entrepreneurial Families Amid Disruptions. Boston, MA: 2086 Society & the Family Firm Institute.
    • Cheng, J., Calabrò, A., Diaz-Matajira, L., Bang, N.P., Basco, R., James, A., & Samara G. (2022). Family business case learning: How to maximize learnings from this STEP Project Global Casebook. In J. Cheng, L. Diaz-Matajira, N.P. Bang, R. Basco, A. Calabrò, A. James, & G. Samara (Eds.), Family business case studies across the world: Succession and governance in a disruptive era (pp.10-19). Cheltenham, UK: Edward Elgar.
    • Cheng, J., Diaz-Matajira, L., Bang, N.P., Basco, R., Calabrò, A., James, A., & Samara G. (Eds.). (2022). Family business case studies across the world: Succession and governance in a disruptive era. Cheltenham, UK: Edward Elgar.
    • Jen, M., Cheng, J., Au, K., & Chen, X. (2022). DC International: Riding out of disruption as a third-generation successor. In J. Cheng, L. Diaz-Matajira, N.P. Bang, R. Basco, A. Calabrò, A. James, & G. Samara (Eds.), Family business case studies across the world: Succession and governance in a disruptive era (pp.161-168). Cheltenham, UK: Edward Elgar.
    • Calabrò, A., Basco, R., Valentino, A., Cheng, J., Lavender, J., McGinness, T., Trimarchi, D., & Eli, M. (Eds.) (2021, March). Mastering a comeback: How family businesses are triumphing over COVID-19. KPMG Private Enterprise & STEP Project Global Consortium.
    • Cheng, C.Y.J., Au, K., & Jen, M. (2021). Death smiles at us all: Changing demographics and succession-induced portfolio entrepreneurship. In T.F.-L. Yu & H.-D. Yan (Eds.), The Routledge companion to Asian family business: Governance, succession, and challenges in the age of digital disruption (pp.239-260). Oxon; New York, NY: Routledge.
    • Cheng, C.Y.J., Au, K., & Jen, M. (2021). Nurturing and financing transgenerational entrepreneurship. In H.-M. Chung & K. Au (Eds.), Succession and innovation in Asia’s small-and-medium-sized enterprises (pp.265-287). Singapore: Palgrave Macmillan.
    • Cheng, C.Y.J., & King, R. (2021). Industry 4.0 and Asian family entrepreneurship: A career perspective. In T.F.-L. Yu & H.-D. Yan (Eds.), The Routledge companion to Asian family business: Governance, succession, and challenges in the age of digital disruption (pp.37-62). Oxon; New York, NY: Routledge.
    • Jen, M., Au, K., & Cheng, J. (2021). How do I talk to my friends and colleagues about our wealth/business worth? In P. Jaskiewicz & S.B. Rau (Eds.), Enabling next generation legacies: 35 questions that next generation members in enterprising families ask (pp.266-270). Canada: Family Enterprise Knowledge Hub Publishing.
    • Cheng, C.Y.J., Diaz-Matajira, L., Calabrò, A., Luna, J., Borruey, M.Á.F., & McGinness, T. (2020, December). Creating value through good governance: How to balance what is right for the business and for the family. STEP Project Global Consortium & KPMG.
    • King, R., & Cheng, J. (2020). Reframing succession in a disruptive era: A business family perspective. International Family Offices Journal, 5(2), 6-11.
    • King, R., & Cheng, C.Y.J. (2018, November). Where technological disruptors meet Asian family businesses: Rethinking Next-generation Leadership and Career. Lombard Odier.
    • Au, K., & Cheng, C.Y.J. (2015). AML–Hong Kong. In J. Hayton, C. Salvato, & M.J. Manimala (Eds.), Global Entrepreneurship: Case Studies of Entrepreneurial Firms Operating around the World (pp.51-66). Routledge.
    • Au, K., King, R., & Cheng, C.Y.J. (2015). Reflection on ‘one-child policy’: Succession of love in Chinese family businesses. In Family Business Committee of the China Private Economy Research Team (Eds.), Chinese Family Business Succession Report (pp.245-252). China: CITIC Press.
    • Cheng, C.Y.J., Ho, H.C.F., & Au, K. (2014). Transgenerational entrepreneurship and entrepreneurial learning: A case study of the Associated Engineers, Ltd. in Hong Kong. In P. Sharma & P. Sieger (Eds.), Exploring transgenerational entrepreneurship: The role of resources and capabilities (pp.62-87). Cheltenham, UK & Northampton, MA, USA: Edward Elgar.
    • Cheng, C.Y.J., Au, K., & Ho, H.C.F. (2014). Entrepreneurial learning journey to the CEO suite: A case of a second-generation member in a Chinese family firm. In P. Sharma, M. Yusof, M. Parada, R. DeWitt, & N. Auletta (Eds.), Global STEP booklet: Volume II: Sustaining entrepreneurial family businesses: developing the core, expanding the boundaries (pp.33-36). STEP Summit Reports and Resources. Paper 13.
    • Cheng, C.Y.J. (2014). An exploratory study of emotional affordance of a massive open online course. European Journal of Open, Distance and eLearning, 17(1), 43-55.
    • Au, Y.F.K., & Cheng, C.Y.J. (2012). Opportunities in wealth management by venture philanthropy in family businesses. In W.S. Lo, H.C. Chong, & Y.F. Ng (Eds.), The CEC 35th Anniversary Essay Collection (pp.172-182). Hong Kong: China Review Academic Publishers.
    • Au, Y.F.K., & Cheng, C.Y.J. (2011). Creating “The New” through portfolio entrepreneurship. In P. Sieger, R. Nason, P. Sharma, & T. Zellweger (Eds.), Global STEP booklet: Volume I: Evidence-based, practical insights for enterprising families (pp. 17-21). STEP Summit Reports and Resources. Paper 5.
  • Conference Presentations
    • Chen, K., Au., K., Cheng, J., & Ng, F.W. (2022, September). Who can facilitate innovation in family firms? Evidence across institutional contexts [Conference presentation]. SMS 42nd Annual Conference, London, UK.
    • Cheng, C.Y.J., & Au, K. (2020). A unified theory of family and corporate governance. In M.C. López-Fernández, J.C. Casillas, U. Arzubiaga, & J. Kotlar (Eds.), IFERA 2020 Proceedings – Generations to generations: Bridging past and future in family business (p.113).
    • Cheng, C.Y.J. (2019). Technological Disruption: Next-gen Leadership, Career Pathways, and the Role of the Advisor. Presentation in the Main Conference, Family Firm Institute Global Conference 2019, Miami, United States.
    • Cheng, C.Y.J., Sim, Y., Takei, K., & Tolentino, P. (2017). Western Approaches and Tools in Eastern Advisory Practices: Spark, Short Circuit, or Hybrid Grid? Presentation in the Main Conference, Family Firm Institute Global Conference 2017, Chicago, United States.
    • Cheng, C.Y.J. (2015). Nurturing Legitimate Next Generation Leaders: Roles of Entrepreneurial Learning. Presentation in the Research and Education Symposium, Family Firm Institute Global Conference 2015, London, United Kingdom.
    • Cheng, C.Y.J., & Au, K. (2012). How Western Governance Tools Advance Transgenerational Entrepreneurship in a Chinese Family Conglomerate? Presentation in the Asia Pacific Summit 2012, Successful Transgenerational Entrepreneurship Practices (STEP) Project, Bangkok, Thailand.
    • Cheng, C.Y.J. (2012). Rising ‘Pink’ Capitalists, Falling Family Enterprises? A Career Planning Perspective in China. Presentation in the Research and Education Symposium, Family Firm Institute Global Conference 2012, Brussels, Belgium.
    • Au, Y.F.K., Cheng, C.Y.J., & Lu, J. (2011). Co-developing the Ecology for Family Enterprising and Advising in Hong Kong and China. Presentation in the Research and Education Symposium, Family Firm Institute Annual Conference 2011, Boston, MA, United States.
  • Awards & Honours
    • Recipient, Barbara Hollander Award, Family Firm Institute, United States, 2021
    • Fellow, Family Firm Institute, United States, 2019
    • Recipient, Fitzpatrick and Francis Family Business Continuity Foundation Scholarship, Family Firm Institute, United States, 2014
  • Teaching Experience
    • Faculty, GEN501 Myths, Realities, and Trends in the Field of Family Enterprise, Global Education Network, Family Firm Institute
    • Instructor (Part-time), The Asia-Pacific Institute of Business, The Chinese University of Hong Kong
    • Tutor, Victoria International MBA Program, Victoria University of Wellington

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