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The Effect of Option Number in Directional Comparison

Department of Accounting

Past research has shown consumers focus on one option more than the other when they compare two options by attributes. They attune to focal option’s attributes and map them back to referent option.

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Lending Relationships and Distressed Firms

Department of Finance

This paper provides a comprehensive examination of the impact of lending relationships for a set of borrowers that either underwent financial distress or filed for bankruptcy.

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The Effect of Social Interdependence on Incumbents’ Job Analysis Ratings and Their Perceptions of Role Breadth and Job

Department of Management & Organisation

Variations in job analysis ratings and perceptions of role breadth and job complexity provided by incumbents of the same job are meaningful and associated with incumbents’ identification of the relationship of their goals with others’.

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Taking a virtual break: Cyberloafing as on-the-job recovery mechanism

Department of Management & Organisation

Job burnout has always been a major area of research for organisational scholars. From an individual’s perspective, burnout leads to increased anxiety, depression and cardiovascular problems.

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Guanxi quality and knowledge transfer: An interpersonal trust perspective

Department of Management & Organisation

In a recent paper presented at the 25th SIOP Conference Atlanta, United States, I developed and tested a model examining the relationship between guanxi, a Chinese indigenous concept, and effectiveness of knowledge transfer among employees.

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Impact of Cyberloafing on Emotions and Work

Department of Management & Organisation

The term cyberslacking or cyberloafing has been used to describe voluntary acts of employees using their companies’ Internet access for non-work related purposes during working hours.

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“Impace of Parents’ Work-Family Conflict and Burnout on Youths’ Life Satisfaction”. with Lim V.K.G. and Teo T.S. H.

Department of Management & Organisation

With the growing economic competition and influx of women into the workplace, work-family conflict has attracted more and more research attention.

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The blurred work-family boundary: A study on overtime work and working from home

Department of Management & Organisation

Work can intrude into the family domain across the work-family boundary in the forms of overtime work and working from home.

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Society for Industrial and Organizational Psychology

Department of Strategy & Policy

I proposed a model of neutralization depicting an individual’s thought process in my paper. The model basically suggests that the performance of a deviant act by and individual involves a rationalization cognitive process by the individual which helps the person reduce any guilt associated with the deviant action.

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Explore the Gap between Rigor and Relevance in Management Research

Department of Strategy & Policy

This study attempted to contribute to the hot debate over rigor and relevance in academic research.

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Does More Expropriation Mean More Gain? An Agency Theory Perspective on Family Business Group in Emerging Economies

Department of Strategy & Policy

We examine the role of concentrated ownership in family business group (FBG) in emerging economy and test how the concentrated ownership structures affect FBG affiliate performance in Taiwan, where such structures have been central to the functioning of FBGs.

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Publish or Profit? An Investigation of University Technology Commercialization in Singapore

Department of Strategy & Policy

The increase of technology commercialization in university has raised concerns that the research orientation of university researchers might be disturbed by developing application for their inventions and entrepreneurial activity.

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Group Tunneling and Affiliates’ Power

Department of Strategy & Policy

I investigated how the power of the affiliates in a business group can constrain the expropriation by the controlling business groups.

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