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Zhenjiao Chen

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Name
Zhenjiao Chen
 
Department
Public Management
Phone No.
010-68914372
Email 
Address
School of Management & Economics, Beijing Institute of Technology, 5 South Zhongguancun Street, Haidian District Beijing
Zip Code
 100081
Biography
2009  Doctor of Philosophy (Ph.D.), Management
          City University of Hong Kong
          Supervisor: Prof. Kwok LEUNG
          Doctor of Philosophy (Ph.D.), Management Science
          University of Science and Technology of China
          Supervisor: Prof. Ding-Tao Zhao
2005  Master of Administrative Management
          University of Science and Technology of China
          Supervisor: Prof. Ding-Tao Zhao
2002  Bachelor of Economics
          Hefei University of Technology
Research Interests
Organizational Conflict and Justice      
The interaction effects of justice on employees’ attitudes
Exploring the Different Mediating Processes in the Relationships between Organizational Conflict and Team Effectiveness, Individual Behaviors and Attitudes
Chinese Traditional Culture and Leadership in Innovation Management 
The Three-way Interactions of Paternalistic Leadership, Subordinates’ Individual
Differences and Organizational Climate 
The Interactive Effects of Chinese Culture (face-favor) on Employees’ Behaviors
The relationship between Chinese Culture and Employees’ creativity
Knowledge Sharing and Coordination   
The Antecedents and Moderators of knowledge Sharing in Virtual Team
The Mediating Processes between Organizational Context and Knowledge Sharing
The Effect of Reward on Knowledge Sharing---a Game Theory Perspective
Mobile Government
Selected Publications
JOURNAL PAPERS
1.Z. Chen, K. Leung, F. Zhou (2010). Exploring the Interactive Effect of Time Control and Justice Perception on Job Attitudes, Journal of Social Psychology. 150(2).181-197. (SSCI)
2.Z. Chen, X. Zhang, D. Zhao (2008) “Leadership Effectiveness in the Chinese Enterprises: The Roles of Chinese Leadership and Individual Orientation”, International Journal of Chinese Culture and Management, 1(3).
3.X. Zhang, Z. Chen, D. Vogel, M. Yuan, C. Guo (2010). Knowledge Sharing Reward Dynamics in Knowledge Management Systems: Game Theory-Based Empirical Validation, Human Factors and Ergonomics in Manufacturing. 20(2), (SSCI/EI)
4. X. Zhang, Z. Chen, D. Vogel, C. Guo, (2009). “Exchange Ideology as a Moderator of Knowledge Sharing in Virtual Teams: A Social Exchange Theory Perspective”, International Journal of Internet and Enterprise Management, 6(1), 11-28. (EI)
5.M. Yuan, X. Zhang, Z. Chen, D. Vogel (2009) “Antecedents of Coordination Effectiveness of Software Developer Dyads from Interacting Teams: An Empirical Investigation”, IEEE Transactions on Engineering Management, 56(3), 494-507 (SSCI/EI)
6.M. Yuan, X. Zhang D. Vogel & Z. Chen (2008) “National and Organizational Cultural Impact on Intergroup Coordination in Software Development in Mainland China: A Qualitative Analysis”, International Journal of Chinese Culture and Management, 1(3).
7.Z. Chen, T. Zhao, Y. Fu (2005) Corruption Prevention Mechanism of Democratic Supervision in Transitional Period, Modern economic science(in Chinese), 03
8.X. Zhang, Z. Chen, C. Guo (2008), The Empirical Study on the Relationship between Employees’ Individual Difference and Knowledge contribution in Virtual Research Teams, Chinese Journal of Management Science (in Chinese), 16 (special issue)
BOOKER CHAPTERS
1.X. Zhang, Z. Chen, D. Vogel (2008), “3D Virtual World Success in Mainland China: SecondLife vs. HiPiHi”, in: The China Information Technology Handbook, M. Lytras and P. de Pablos (ed.), Springer.
CONFERENCE PAPERS
1.Z. Chen, K. Leung, (2010). The effect of team conflict and task type on team knowledge sharing through transactive memory system, Proceedings of 2nd IEEE international conference on information management and engineering (IEEE ICIME 2010) (EI)
2.Z. Chen, X.Zhang, C. Guo (2009), “The Opening ‘Black Box’ between Conflict and Knowledge Sharing: A Psychological Engagement Theory Perspective”, Proceedings of the 42th Hawaii International Conference on System Science (HICSS 2009). (EI)
3.Z. Chen, X. Zhang (2008), “A Moderator of the Interaction Effect of Authoritarian Leadership and Employees’ Compliance: Importance of the Guanxi Orientation”, Proceedings of the third Conference of the International Association for Chinese Management Research (IACMR2008).
4.Z. Chen, K. Leung (2008), “When Distributive Justice does not help: Moderating Effects of Justice Perception on Relationships between Time Control and Job Attitudes”, Proceedings of the third Conference of the International Association for Chinese Management Research (IACMR2008).
5.X.Zhang, Z. Chen, C. Guo, (2009). “Opening the ‘Black Box’ between Conflict and Knowledge Sharing: A Psychological Engagement Theory Perspective”, Proceedings of the 42th Hawaii International Conference on System Science (HICSS 2009) (EI)
6.K. Leung, Z. Chen, F. Zhou, K. Lim (2009). Relationship between Traditional Culture and innovation in China: The role of Face and Renqing.6th Asia Academy of Management Conference (AAOM 2009)
7.X.Zhang, Z. Chen (2010), How to Encourage Knowledge Sharing in Global Virtual Teams: Aspects of Adaptive and Proactive Structures. Proceedings of 2nd IEEE international conference on information management and engineering (IEEE ICIME 2010) (EI)
8.X.Zhang, Z. Chen, D. Vogel (2010),Understanding the 3D virtual world market in china: a comparative case study of HiPiHi, uworld and novoking Proceedings of 2nd IEEE international conference on information management and engineering (IEEE ICIME 2010) (EI)
9.X.Zhang, D. Vogel, Z. Chen, C. Guo (2009), “Exploring 3D Virtual World Strategies in the Chinese Environment: An Institutional-Based View”, Proceedings of the 42th Hawaii International Conference on System Science (HICSS 2009). (EI)
10.X.Zhang, Z. Chen, D. Vogel, C. Guo(2008), “Understanding the Instrumental Value of Knowledge Sharing Behavior”, Proceedings of 12th Pacific Asia Conference on Information Systems (PACIS2008).  
Teaching
Interests
Organizational Behavior
Research Methods