Su, Qin

PhD student, Year 6

Contact
Department of Management

qinsu@baf.cuhk.edu.hk

Research Interest

Group Power Difference
Group Faultline
Trust and Being Trusted
Organisational Socialisation

  • Publications & Working Papers
    • Q. Su, L. Luo, and D. C. Lau (2017) “Faultline and entrepreneurial passion in start-up teams”.
    • C. Li, Q. Su, and Z. Song (2014), “An interactionist and dynamic research on employee socialization process,” Advances in Psychological Science, 22(3): 409-417.
    • Q. Su (2012), “The effect of Machiavellianism, locus of control on bribery of operation employees,” Graduate Forum of University of International Business and Economics, 25: 23-30.
    • Q. Su and Y. Shi (2012), “I-DEALS (Idiosyncratic deals) and its application in management practices,” Human Resource Management, 5: 34-35.
    • X. Y. Liu, J. M. Sun, and Q. Su (2011), “The influence of job experiences and organizational justice on employees’ organizational commitment and career commitment: A hierarchical study,” Economic Science, 181(1): 114-125.
    • Q. Su and X. Y. Niu (2010), “Could Human Be Machines?” Management @ People, 61(6): 29-31.
  • Conference Presentations
    • Q. Su, L. Luo, and D. C. Lau (2017) “Faultline and entrepreneurial passion in start-up teams,” Presented at the 77th Annual Meeting of the Academy of Management, USA.
    • Y. A. Ou, Q. Su, L. Y. Song, and D. C. Lau (2017), “A multilevel theory of top management team faultlines and organizational performance,” Presented at the 77th Annual Meeting of the Academy of Management, USA.
    • D. C. Lau, L. Shore, Q. Su, and K. Anderson (2017), “Leadership and faultlines in Chinese organisations,” Presented at the 77th Annual Meeting of the Academy of Management, USA.
    • Q. Su, D. C. Lau, and G. Poon (2017), “Diversity and faultline in China,” Presented at the 10th Asia Academy of Management Conference, Japan.
    • Q. Su, L. Luo, and D. C. Lau (2016). “Predicting start-up team success: Taking a team compositional approach,” Presented at the 76th Annual Meeting of the Academy of Management, USA.
    • Q. Su, Z. Liao, Z. Song, and C. Li (2016), “Does proactivity always promote newcomer socialisation? The contingent role of leader feedback,” Presented at the 76th Annual Meeting of the Academy of Management, USA.
    • Q. Su, Z. Liao, Z. Song, and C. Li (2016), “Changes in newcomer proactivity, leader feedback, and trust in leaders during entry: An interactionist perspective on the honey-hangover effect,” Presented at the Seventh IACMR Conference, China.
    • D. C. Lau, M. Ji, and Q. Su (2015), “Examining interpersonal trust mechanisms at work: A resource perspective,” Presented at the 75th Annual Meeting of the Academy of Management, Canada.
    • A. Y. Ou, Q. Su, C. Y. Chiu, and B. P. Owens (2014), “Leader humility and follower responses: How does status incongruence matter,” Presented at the Sixth IACMR Conference, China.
    • A. Y. Ou, Q. Su, C. Y. Chiu, and B. P. Owens (2014), “A cross-cultural comparison of humility and charisma relationship with status incongruence as moderators,” Presented at the 74th Annual Meeting of the Academy of Management, USA.
  • Awards & Honours
    • OB Division Outstanding Reviewer Award, Academy of Management, 2016
    • OB Division Outstanding Reviewer Award, Academy of Management, 2015
  • Teaching Experience
    • Teaching Assistant, The Chinese University of Hong Kong, Human Resource Management, 2015
    • Teaching Assistant, The Chinese University of Hong Kong, Advanced Seminar in HRM/OB, 2013-2015
    • Teaching Assistant, The Chinese University of Hong Kong, Organisational Behaviour, 2013-2014
    • Teaching Assistant, National University of Singapore, Negotiations and Conflict Management, 2013

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