Li, Hui

PhD student, Year 8

Contact
Department of Management

1155007017@link.cuhk.edu.hk

Research Interest

Interpersonal Trust
Career Development
Faultline/Subgroup Dynamics
Hi-tech/AI Firms

  • Publications & Working Papers
    • H. Y. Ngo and H. Li (Working), “Individual orientations and career satisfaction: The mediating roles of work engagement and self-efficacy”.
    • H. Li and H. Y. Ngo (2017), “Chinese traditionality, job attitudes, and job performance: A study of Chinese employees,” Evidence-based HRM: a Global Forum for Empirical Scholarship.
    • H. Y. Ngo and H. Li (2016), “Cultural identity and adaptation of Mainland Chinese immigrants in Hong Kong,” American Behavioral Scientist, 60, 730-749.
    • H. Y. Ngo and H. Li (2015), “Chinese traditionality and career success: Mediating roles of procedural justice and job insecurity,” Career Development International, 20, 627-645.
    • J. L. Song, H. Li, W. Wang, and H. Tan (2015), “Ethical leadership and its influencing processes: A case study of Qizheng Tibetan Medicine Company,” Human Resource Development of China, 7, 26-38.
    • S. Xu, Y. Li, and H. Li (2010), “Application of cultural intelligence in international human resource development,” Soochow Academic, 1, 104-108.
  • Conference Presentations
    • H. Li and H. Y. Ngo (2016), “Individual orientation and career satisfaction: The mediating effects of engagement and self-efficacy,” Presented at the 76th Annual Meeting of the Academy of Management, USA.
    • H. Li and H. Y. Ngo (2015), “Chinese traditionality, job attitudes, and job performance: A study of Chinese employees,” Presented at the 9th Annual Meeting of Asia Academy of Management, Hong Kong.
    • H. Li and D. C. Lau (2014), “Trusted by supervisor: Feeling obligated or engaged?” Presented at the 74th Annual Meeting of the Academy of Management, USA.
    • H. Li and H. Y. Ngo (2014), “Chinese traditionality and career success: Mediating roles of procedural justice and job insecurity,” Presented at the 74th Annual Meeting of the Academy of Management, USA.
    • H. Li, S. Wen, D. Lau, and L. Lam (2013), “Examining the effects of felt trust by supervisors: Comparing social-exchange and self-evaluative perspectives,” Presented at the 7th FINT Workshop on Trust Within and Between Organisations, Singapore.
    • H. Li, X. Li, and L. J. Song (2010), “Ethical leadership and its influencing processes: a case study of qizheng company,” Presented at the Meeting of Chinese Management Case Study and Theory Construction, China.
  • Teaching Experience
    • Lecturer, The Chinese University of Hong Kong, Principle of Management, Fall 2015

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