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Professor, Department of Management

Associate Dean (Research & Postgraduate Studies), School of Business; Head, Department of Management; Programme Director, MBA and MScBM; Associate Director, CHRSD

Research Interests

Leadership, power, proactive and abnormal work behavior, employee well-being, cross-cultural psychology, and management issues in China

  • Lu, Q., Huang, X., Bond, Michael H., & Xu, E. (2019). Committing to work at the expense of other life pursuits: The consequence of individuals' relative centrality of work (RCW) across job types and nations differing in performance orientation. Journal of Cross-Cultural Psychology, 50(7), 848-869.
  • Deng, H., Leung, K., Lam, Catherine K., & Huang, X. (2019). Slacking off in comfort: A dual-pathway model for psychological safety climate. Journal of Management, 45(3), 1114-1144.
  • Huang, X. (2019). The Price of Science: MOR's Organization Behavior Editorial Area. Management and Organization Review, 15(1), 207-210.
  • He, W., Hao, P., Huang, X., Long, L., Hiller, Nathan J., Li, S. (2019). Different roles of shared and vertical leadership in promoting team creativity: Cultivating and synthesizing team members' individual creativity. Personnel Psychology.
  • Huang, X., Chan, L., Xu, E., Lu, F., & Tai, K. (2019). Shadow of the prince: Parent-incumbents' coercive control over child-successors in family organizations. Administrative Science Quarterly.
  • Xu, E., Huang, X., Ouyang, K., Liu, W., & Hu, S. (2019). Tactics of speaking up: The roles of issue importance, perceived managerial openness, and managers' positive mood. Human Resource Management.
  • Xu, H., Huang, X., Jia, R., Graham, L., Snape, E., & Wu L. (in press). The "evil pleasure": Abusive supervision and third-party observers' malicious reactions toward victims. Organization Science.
  • He, W., Hao, P., Huang, X., Long, L.R., Hiller, N., Li, S. (in press). The role of authoritarian leadership in controlling employee work deviance. Management and Organization Review.
  • He, W., Zhou, R., Long, L., Huang, X., & Hao, P. (2018). Self-sacrificial leadership and followers' affiliative and challenging citizenship behaviors: A relational self-concept based study in China. Management and Organization Review, 14(1), 105-133.
  • Ouyang, K., Xu, E., Huang, X., Liu, W., & Tang, Y. (2018). Reaching the limits of reciprocity in favor exchange: The effects of generous, stingy, and matched favor giving on social status. Journal of Applied Psychology, 103(6), 614-630.
  • Huang, X., Xu, E., Huang, L., & Liu, W. (2018). Nonlinear consequences of promotive and prohibitive voice for managers' responses: The roles of voice frequency and LMX. Journal of Applied Psychology, 103(10), 1101-1120.
  • Xu, E., Huang, X., & Robinson, Sandra L. (2017). When self-view is at stake: Responses to ostracism through the lens of self-verification theory. Journal of Management, 43(7), 2281-2302.
  • Lam, C. K., Walter, F., & Huang, X. (2017). Supervisors' emotional exhaustion and abusive supervision: The moderating roles of perceived subordinate performance and supervisor self‐monitoring. Journal of Organizational Behavior, 38(8), 1151-1166.
  • Tang, Y., Huang, X., & Wang, Y. (2017). Good marriage at home, creativity at work: Family–work enrichment effect on workplace creativity. Journal of Organizational Behavior, 38(5), 749-766.
  • Lu, Q., Huang, X., & Bond, M. H. (2016). Culture and the working life: Predicting the relative centrality of work across life domains for employed persons. Journal of Cross-Cultural Psychology, 47(2), 277-293.
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