GRF / ECS Supported Projects

GRF / ECS Supported Projects

Over the years, our faculty members have attracted a considerable amount of external research funding, including grants from the Research Grants Council’s (RGC) General Research Fund, which involves rigorous peer review by RGC’s international network of expert referees.

2017 - 2018
Dr. Gaoguang Zhou, Department of Accountancy and Law
Do individual auditors have style? Evidence from clients’ financial statement comparability in China

Dr. Paul Luk, Department of Economics
Bank reserve requirements, capital controls and Chinese monetary policy

Dr. Steffan Qi, Department of Economics
Estimation of trade elasticities and corresponding welfare implications for trade in intermediate goods and trade in final goods

Dr. Amy Chen, Department of Management
The cross-level effect of team political climate: a paradigm of need satisfaction

Dr. Marta Dowejko, Department of Management
Mentorship relations in startup performance: goal and attitude congruence and their implications for divergent thinking

Dr. Emily Huang, Department of Management
Job insecurity climate, knowledge sharing/hiding and team outcomes

Prof. Xu Huang, Department of Management
An exchange-based theory of knowledge sharing: knowledge inclusiveness, integrative understanding, and individual creativity

Dr. March To, Department of Management
Creative pleasure or pressure? Everyday creativity, mood shift, and instrumental climate at work

Dr. Sohyun Bae, Department of Marketing
The Impact of implicit theories on consumers' reactions to recycled content products
2016 - 2017
Dr. Paul Luk, Department of Economics
Global Banks, Global financial cycles and Exchange rate policies

Dr. Jason Yi, Department of Finance and Decision Sciences
Why Do High Dispersion Stocks Earn Low Returns? Evidence from the Russell 1000/2000 Index Reconstitution

Dr. Christy Cheung, Department of Finance and Decision Sciences
An Empirical Examination of Bystanders' Joining-In Behavior to Cyberbullying on Social Networking Sites: A Moral Disengagement Perspective

Dr. Rocky Chen, Department of Marketing
Try Fewer but Purchase More: The Influence of Anthropomorphism on Consumer Thinking Style and Decision Making

Dr. Candy Ho, Department of Marketing
The Subjective Experience of Process and Outcome Mental Simulations: The Role of Subjective Vitality

Dr. Su Lei, Department of Marketing
"Want" versus "Need": How Linguistic Framing Influences Motivations and Behavior in Crowdfunding Projects
2015 - 2016
Dr. Neale G. O'Connor, Department of Accountancy and Law
The determinants and benefits of inter-organization performance measurement alignment among Chinese suppliers

Dr. Byron Song, Department of Accountancy and Law
Restatements, Board Interlocks, and Bank Loan Contracting

Dr. Ng Chi-yung, Department of Economics
On Business-Cycle Forecasting

Prof. Wong Wing-keung, Department of Economics
New theory on portfolio optimization and stochastic dominance with applications

Dr. Kot Hung-wan, Department of Finance and Decision Sciences
Does information environment change after reverse dual-listing?

Dr. Su Lei, Department of Marketing
To Regain Sense of Control: Social Exclusion and Consumer Switching Behavior
2014 - 2015
Dr. Byron Song, Department of Accountancy and Law
Reputed Inside Directors and Internal Control Effectiveness

Dr. Wang Wenming, Department of Accountancy and Law
The Strategic Use of Multiple Auditors and Intragroup Value Transfers: Evidence from Family Business Group in East Asia

Dr. Zhang Fang, Department of Accountancy and Law
Taxes and Economic Rents: The Role of Political Connection in Chinese Listed Private Firms

Dr. Cheng Yuk-shing, Department of Economics
Residential Willingness-to-pay for Reducing Carbon Emissions from Electricity Generation in Hong Kong

Prof. Wong Wing-keung, Department of Economics
Stochastic Dominance, Almost Stochastic Dominance, Moment, and Test Statistics

Dr. Eric Lam, Department of Finance and Decision Sciences
Asset Growth Dynamics and Valuation-ratio Based Anomalies

Prof. Stouraitis Aristotelis, Department of Finance and Decision Sciences
CEO Turnover and Corporate Governance Changes Following the Revelation of Bribery

Prof. Flora Chiang, Department of Management
Servant Leadership and Proactive Customer Service Performance in the Hong Kong Hospitality Industry

Dr. Guohua Huang, Department of Management
Being Proactive When Feeling Insecure? The Role of Proactive Personality on the Relationships Between Job Insecurity and Employee Voice, Feedback Seeking, Political Behavior, and Leadership Skill Development

Dr. Erica Xu, Department of Management
Stone Heart Versus Soft Heart: Observers' Reactions Toward Victims of Abusive Supervision

Dr. Su Lei, Department of Marketing
Communication Strategies for When a Product's Negative Attributes Are Only Partially Reduced
2013 - 2014
Dr. Wan Shui-ki, Department of Economics
Predictive Regression: A Two-staged Generalized Cochrane-Orcutt Transformation with AR Approximation Approach

Prof. Woo Chi-keung, Department of Economics
Is There a Demand for a Public Service Commission in Hong Kong?

Dr. Kot Hung-wan, Department of Finance and Decision Sciences
Long-term Performance after Reverse Cross-listing: Evidence from Chinese and Israeli Stocks

Dr. Eric Lam, Department of Finance and Decision Sciences
Linking Persistence of Corporate Asset Growth with the Term Structure of Momentum and Reversal Information in Stock Returns

Dr. Samuel Ze-to, Department of Finance and Decision Sciences
Can Option Implied Covariance Predict Cross-sectional Return?

Dr. March To, Department of Management
Capitalizing on Affect to Foster Team Creativity: The Moderating Roles of Team Reflexivity and Team Identification

Prof. Wei Liqun, Department of Management
Evolution of Social Networks in New Ventures: A Longitudinal Research

Dr. Su Lei, Department of Marketing
Incidental Emotion as Antecedent of Attribution in Service Failure Context

Dr. Wu Weiping, Department of Marketing
Absorptive Capacity, Operational Capabilities and Firm performance: Evidence from China

Dr. Frederick Yim, Department of Marketing
Effects of Corporate Social Responsibility on Salesperson Performance: An Investigation into the Intervening Mechanisms
2012 - 2013
Dr. Cheng Yuk-shing, Department of Economics
China's Growth-Energy Nexus - Aggregate and Disaggregate Analyses

Dr. Wan Shui-ki, Department of Economics
Robust Bayesian Forecast Combination with Application to Forecasting Stock Index Return

Dr. Weng Weiwei, Department of Economics
Does School Popularity Distribution Matter?

Dr. Cheung Siu-yin, Department of Management
When and How Does Functional Diversity Benefit Team Innovation? Examining Support for Innovation as the Moderator and Knowledge Sharing as the Mediator

Dr. Flora Chiang, Department of Management
The Effects of Job Characteristics on Job Stress and Service Performance: The Moderating Role of Content- and Context- Resources in the Hong Kong Hospitality Industry

Dr. Shirley Cheng, Department of Marketing
Predicting Changes in Consumers' Self-brand Connection: A Goal-System Perspective

Dr. Tsang Sze-lung, Department of Marketing
Resolving Group Service Failures: Insights from Social Impact Theory

Dr. Danny Wang, Department of Marketing
Managing Opportunism in a Distribution Network: The Observer Effect of Punishment
2011 - 2012
Dr. Wan Shui-ki, Department of Economics
Identifying and Testing for Moral Hazard in French Automobile Insurance Market

Prof. Aristotelis Stouraitis, Department of Finance and Decision Sciences
Which Firms Benefit from Bribes, and How Much? Evidence from Worldwide Corruption Cases

Dr. Huang Guohua, Department of Management
The Effect of Job Insecurity on Counterproductive Work Behavior: The Mediating Role of Moral Disengagement and Moderating Role of Ethical Climate and Individual Differences

Dr. Shirley Cheng, Department of Marketing
Consumer Exclusionary Reactions to Foreign Businesses: A Cultural-Threat Perspective

Dr. Henry Fock, Department of Marketing
Antecedent and Contingency Factors leading to Positive Responses of Non-VIP Customers toward Preferential Treatment Received by VIP Customers

Dr. Zhang Junfeng, Department of Marketing
Firm Social Capital and Technological Capital: Complement or Substitute for Innovation Performance?
2010 - 2011
Prof. Li Ji, Department of Management
Symbiotic Ownership and Firm Performance, The Moderating Effects of Specialism and Trust

Prof. Edward Snape, Department of Management
Union Commitment and Participation in Foreign-invested Enterprises in China's Pearl River
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