Josh Wei-Jun Hsueh

Assistant Professor
Business Administration , Jönköping International Business School


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Josh Wei-Jun Hsueh is an Assistant Professor at Jönköping International Business School and a member of the Centre for Family Entrepreneurship and Ownership (CeFEO).

His research focuses on the social issues related to entrepreneurship and family businesses, such as corporate social responsibility (CSR) strategy and individual stakeholders’ well-being.

His publications can be found in international peer-reviewed journals, such as Entrepreneurship Theory and Practice and Journal of Business Ethics. He is currently serving on the editorial review board of the Academy of Management Discoveries.


Blume, F., Hsueh, J. (2023). Opening the black box of venture capitalists' evaluation of entrepreneurial teams Journal of small business management (Print). More information
Hsueh, J., De Massis, A., Gomez-Mejia, L. (2023). Examining Heterogeneous Configurations of Socioemotional Wealth in Family Firms Through the Formalization of Corporate Social Responsibility Strategy Family Business Review, 36(2), 172-198. More information
Hsueh, J., Hietschold, N., Sieger, P., Voegtlin, C. (2023). Strangers in my home: the 2015 refugee event in Europe and founder social identities of nascent entrepreneurs Entrepreneurship and Regional Development, 35(3-4). More information
Hsueh, J., Campopiano, G., Tetzlaff, E., Jaskiewicz, P. (2022). Managing non-family employees’ emotional connection with the family firms via shifting, compensating, and leveraging approaches Long range planning. More information
Hsueh, J., Gomez-Solorzano, M. (2019). Social tie heterogeneity and firms’ networking strategy Entrepreneurship: Theory & Practice, 43(2 Special Issue), 352-359. More information
Hsueh, J. (2018). Governance Structure and the Credibility Gap: Experimental Evidence on Family Businesses’ Sustainability Reporting Journal of Business Ethics, 153(2), 547-568. More information

Book chapter

Hsueh, J. (2020). Virtue ethics, values of the founders, and organizational growth. In: W. Wehrmeyer, S. Looser & M. Del Baldo (Ed.), Intrinsic CSR and Competition: Doing well amongst European SMEs (pp. 185 -200). Cham: Palgrave Macmillan More information