Research Seminars in Organisational Behaviour and Human Resource Management

The Organisational Behaviour and Human Resource Management Department holds a CEIBS research seminar series where world class researchers are invited to CEIBS to interact with our faculty members and research associates, with the purpose to exchange research ideas and stimulate knowledge generation. The scholars we propose to invite would be accomplished researchers, who will present their papers and insights during the seminar. Thus we will not only better understand and explore new management challenges, but also will create opportunities for more research collaboration. These Seminars are open to scholars from other schools and institutes.

UPCOMING SEMINARS

Date Seminar Title Time Venue Speaker
2022.09.06 TBA 11:00-12:30 FB-413 Hao ZHAO, CEIBS

PAST SEMINARS

Date Seminar Title Time Venue Speaker
2022.06.28 The Contaminating Effect of Social Capital: Upper-Class Networks Increase Unethical Behavior 11:00-12:30 Webinar Jiyin CAO, Stony Brook University
2022.03.29 Influences of individual differences on leader emergence and work-family experiences—Examination through a meta-analysis and longitudinal design 11:00-12:30 Webinar Jessie WANG, Shenzhen Audencia Business School, Shenzhen University
2021.12.15 Taking Peers into Account: Adoption and Effects of High-Investment Human Resource Systems 9:00-10:30 Webinar Kaifeng Jiang, Fisher College of Business, The Ohio State University
2021.10.18 The Effects of Between-Group Pay Dispersion 10:30-12:00 AC3-319 Wei He, Nanjing University
2021.06.23 Comparisons draw us close: The influence of leader-member exchange dyadic comparison on coworker exchange 10:30-12:00 AC3-319 Kan OUYANG, Shanghai University of Finance and Economics
2021.05.12 Unethicality that makes me worse off: Characterizing xiaoren (小人) in workplaces 09:00-10:30 Webinar Ryan Shuwei Hsu , National Taiwan Normal University
2021.04.14 Sculptures or Sculptors? The Effectiveness of Newcomers’ Proactivity in Organizational Socialization 10:30-12:00 AC3-319 Jian Liang, Tongji University
2020.10.27 Taking time ‘off’ from always ‘on’: Breaks in high pressure work contexts 10:00-11:30 Webinar Emily Hunter , Baylor University
2020.06.03 How Does Family Demand Diversity Increase Team Effort: A Moderated Mediation Model 10:00-11:30 Tyra Shao, California State University
2020.05.20 Research-Based Solutions for Remote Work in the Age of COVID-19 09:30-11:00 Sara Jansen Perry, Hankamer School of Business
2020.05.13 Should I Bring My Authentic Self to Work?: How Authenticity Processes Differ for Employees with a Marginalized Identity 10:00-11:30 Sabrina D. Volpone, Leeds School of Business
2019.12.17 Taking Good with Bad: How Psychological Entitlement Moderates the Servant Leadership by Patient Aggression Interaction on Nurses' Organization-based Self-esteem and Service Performance 11:00-12:30 Zhijun Chen
2019.11.11 Contemporary Insights from Research on Organizational Images 11:00-12:30 Kang Yang Trevor Yu
2019.11.07 Does the Effectiveness of People Management Practices Depend on National Culture 11:00-12:30 Barry Gerhart
2019.07.08 Are Gossipers Looked Down Upon? A Norm-Based Perspective on the Relation between Gossip and Gossipers 11:00-12:30 Huiwen Lian
2019.06.24 Understanding the Dynamics and Configurations of Emotional Labor Events 11:00-12:30 James M. Diefendorff
2019.06.04 Layoff Survivors’ Reactions to Firm Layoff: The Moderating Role of Corporate Social Responsibility 11:00-12:30 Ruodan Shao
2019.05.08 In Human We Trust on Collaboration Between Human and Artificial Intelligence 11:00-12:30 Keeheon Lee
2019.03.12 STOP: A Framework of Leader Derailers 11:00-12:30 Alan Witt
2018.04.18 Speak No Evil: A Multilevel Theory of Workplace Favoritism 10:45-12:15 Jone Pearce
2018.04.10 Impact of Hiring Algorithms on Candidate Perceptions 12:00-13:30 Jayanth Narayanan
2018.03.22 The Visual Judgment of Performance 12:30-14:00 Chia-Jung Tsay
2017.11.27 Publish or Perish? A guide for the publication process 10:30-12:00 Gilad Chen
2017.11.09 Non-Linear Relationships between Feedback-Seeking Behavior from Supervisor and Individual Creativity: A Dual-Benefit Perspective 10:30-12:00 Shung Jae Shin
2017.07.11 Entrepreneurial Passion and Resource Allocation 10:30-12:00 Xiaoping Chen
2017.06.27 Publishing in Top-Tier Management Journals 10:30-12:00 Xiaoping Chen
2017.02.11 Ethical Blindness under Relative Performance Management: Evidence and Remedy 10:30-12:00 Kriti Jain
2016.12.12 Preliminary Reports from the IMPACT Project 10:30-12:00 Jason D. Shaw
2016.06.07 Occupational Stigma Perception and Experienced Physical, Social, and Moral Dirtiness 10:30-12:00 John Schaubroeck
2016.04.21 Authority, Benevolence, and Morality: Reflections on three-decades of Chinese leadership research 10:30-12:00 Larry Farh, CEIBS
2016.04.13 The Social Identity Approach to Effective Leadership 12:00-13:30 Rolf van Dick
2015.11.10 Toward a Psychology of Entrepreneurship 11:00-12:30 Michael Frese
2015.06.04 Multi-Level Assessment of the Individual- and Unit-Level Outcomes of Servant Leadership 10:30-12:00 Robert C. Liden
2015.03.27 Where Does Trust Come From in the Context of Negotiations? Disentangling the Intra- and Interpersonal Effects of Competitive Negotiation Behaviours on Trustworthiness Perceptions 10:30-12:00 Donald L. Ferrin