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Name: WANG·Haibo

Gender: Male

Place of Birth: Huizhou, Guangdong

E-mails:202110023@oamail.gdufs.edu.cn; andywhb@126.com




Organizational behavior and Human Resource management


Doctor:2013/09-2018/07 Lingnan College, Sun Yat-sen University, Doctor's degree in management

Master:2010/09-2013/07 School of Business Administration, Guangdong University of Finance & Economics, Master's degree in management

Bachelor:2006/09-2010/07 Business School, Southwest University of Political Science & Law, Bachelor's degree in management



Visiting Scholar:2015/12-2016/03 School of Business, University of South Australia

Postdoctoral Experience:2018/07-2021/05 Management School, Jinan University, Postdoctoral Research Station in Business Administration



[1] Wang, H., Zhu Y., Liang Y., & Xie J. Does customer mistreatment hinder employees from going the extra mile? The mixed blessing of being conscientious. International Journal of Hospitality Management, 2022, 103155. (Q1 SSCI)

[2] Liang, Y., Yan, M., Law, K. S., Wang, H., & Chen, Y. Integrating the bright and dark sides of leadership: An investigation of the intragroup and intergroup effects of leader group prototypicality. Journal of Business Research, 2021, 133: 89-97. (Q1 SSCI)

[3] Liang, Y., Wang, H., Yan, M., & Xie, J. Add fuel to the fire: Investigating the relationship between leader group prototypicality and intergroup conflict. International Journal of Conflict Management, 2021, 32(4): 537-553. (Q2 SSCI)

[4] Wang, H., Wang, X., & Li, J. Is new generation employees’ job crafting beneficial or detrimental to organizations in China? Participative decision-making as a moderator. Asia Pacific Business Review. 2018, 24(4): 543-560. (Q4 SSCI)

[5] Wang X., & Wang, H. How to survive mistreatment by customers: Employees’ work withdrawal and their coping resources. International Journal of Conflict Management, 2017, 28 (4): 464-482. (Q2 SSCI)

[6] Yan, M., Li,S., Wang, H., Ma,Y. Research on the mechanism of moral leadership from the perspective of basic needs satisfaction. Management Review, 2022, 34(4): 173-184.

[7] Wang, H., Yan, M., Wu, H., Li, J., Wang, X. Vindictive or identity driven? The mechanism of role socialization on workplace exclusion behavior of new employees. Acta Psychologica Sinica, 2019, 51(1): 128-140.

[8] Yan, M., Wu, J., Wang, H. The structure and mechanism of organizational socialization of new employees from the perspective of identity. Management Review, 2018, 30(6): 149-162.

[9] Zhang, X., Wang, X., Wang, H. The phenomenon of unethical behavior in an organizational context: An explanation from the moral disengagement theory. Advance in Psychological Science, 2016, 24 (7): 1107-1117.

[10] Wang, X., Wang, H., Zhang, Y. Investigation on working and living conditions of medical workers in Guangdong and its enlightenment. China National Conditions and Strength, 2016, (5): 69-71.




[1] one Youth Program of the National Natural Science Foundation of China

[2] one Youth Program of Guangdong Natural Science Foundation

[3] one General Program of China Postdoctoral Science Foundation



Human Resource Management, Strategic Management, Management, Human Resource Management Consulting and Entrepreneurship Management



Member of International Association for Chinese Management Research (IACMR) and Academy of Management(AOM); Referee of International Journal of Hospitality Management, International Journal of Conflict Management, Chinese Management Studies, Current Psychology and other journals

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