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Yan Li

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Name

Yan LI (PhD)

Department

Organizational Behavior

and Human Resources

Phone No.

6891-8455

Email

y.li@bit.edu.cn

Address

Rm.206 Main Building, BIT

Zip Code

100081

 Introduction

Graduated from The Chinese University of Hong Kong and achieved PhD in management 2008. Post-doctoral research fellow at City University of HK and The Chinese University of HK during 2008 to 2011.

Experiences

Teaching at Xian Medical University, department of management.

Assistant researcher at China Youth and Children Research Union.

Three years working experience in IT industry before studying in HK. 

Research Interests

(1)   Emotion and Organizational Behavior

(2)   Risk and Ethical Decision-making

(3)   Entrepreneurship

Selected Publications

Li, Y., Ahlstrom, D., &Ashkanasy, N. (2010). A Multilevel Model of Affect and    Organizational Commitment. Asia Pacific Journal of Management, 27(2): 193-213. (impact factor 3.0)

Li, Y., Ashkanasy, N., & Ahlstrom, D. 2010. Complexity Theory and Affect Structure: A Dynamic Approach Modeling Emotional Changes in Organizations. In N. Ashkanasy, W. Zerbe, & C. Härtel (edited), Research on Emotion in Organizations, Vo.6 pp.139-165.

Li, Y. (2011). Emotions and New Venture Judgment in China. Asia Pacific Journal of Management28(2)277-298.

Li, Y., Chun, H., Ashkanasy, N., & Ahlstrom, D. 2012. A Multi-level Study of Emergent Group Leadership: Effects of Emotional Stability and Group Conflict. Asia Pacific Journal of Management, 29(2)351-366.

Conference Papers

Li, Y. (2005). Construct of Emotional Stability and its Moderating Effects between Proximal Organizational Conflicts and Individual Outcomes. Annual Meeting of the Academy of Management, Hawaii, USA.     

Li, Y., & Hui, C. (2006). Multi-level model of emotional stability on emergent leadership. Asia Academy of Management Meeting Annual Meeting of the Academy of Management, Atlanta, USA.

Li, Y. (2006). Emotion Blends Elicited by Hurt and a Holistic Understanding Integrating Appraisal, Culture and Stereotypical Pair Gender Effect. Asia-Pacific Symposium on Emotion and Work life, Melbourne, Australia.

Li, Y. (2006). Similarity and Diversity: How Innovative Organizational Climate Influences Group Performance. Asia Academy of Management Meeting in Tokyo, Japan.

Li, Y., & Ahlstrom, D. (2007). Decomposing the Effects of Positive Affect Negative Affect and Multilevel Drama of Emotion on Organizational Commitment. Asia Academy of Management Meeting in Annual Meeting of the Academy of Management, Philadelphia, USA.

Li, Y. (2008). Risk Taking in the Gain Domain: A Predictive Model of New Venture Creation. Academy of Management Annual Meeting, Anaheim, US.

Li, Y., Hui, C., Ahlstrom, D. (2008). Construct of Emotional Stability: A New Approach Beyond Big Five Thinking. Academy of Management Annual Meeting, Anaheim, US.

Li, Y. (2008). Emotional Rationality of Decision Making under Uncertainty. Academy of Management Annual Meeting, Anaheim, US.

Li, Y., Qian, G.M., Ahlstrom, D. (2008) An Unusual Internationalizing Process of Chinese Emerging Firms: a Perspective of Decision Making. Asia Academy of Management Meeting, Taipei.

Li, Y. (2009). An Experimental Study of Risk Adaption and Emotion Differentiation in Dynamic Decision-making. Academy of Management Annual Meeting, Chicago, US.

Li, Y. (2009) Risk Taking in the Gain Domain: New Venture Creation. Academy of Management Annual Meeting, Chicago, US.

Li, Y. (2010). Complexity theory and Affect structure: A Dynamic Approach Modeling Emotional Changes in Organizations. Academy of Management Annual Meeting, Montreal, Canada. 

Research Projects

Research Seed Money from City University of Hong Kong (HK$50,000)   

China National 863 Research Project

Australia National Research Fund

China Natural Science Fund (2011)

Prizes and Honors

Editorial Review Board Member of Asia Pacific Journal of Management (Impact factor in 2012:3.0)

The best reviewer award in 2007 from Academy of Management, Organizational Behavior Division 

The EMONET scholarship winner in 2006 (AU$500)