Ph.D., Texas A&M University, USA
Organizational Citizenship Behavior, Work-Family Interface, Employee Retention, Teams, Leadership.
Wang, J., Gu, J., & He, Y. The effect of leader’s workaholism on subordinates’ work overload and performance: Examining leader-member exchange as a moderator. Part of the symposium: Understanding consequences of workaholism: Mechanisms, boundary condition, and cross-level effects, Wang, J, He, Y., & Gu. J. (Co-chairs), presented at the 2019 Academy of Management Annual Meeting, Boston, Massachusetts.
Wang, J., Han, X., Huang, E., Yost-Bremm, C. (Accepted for Publication). Abnormal trading around common factor pricing models, Review of Behavioral Finance.
Courtright, S. H., McCormick, B., Mistry, S. & Wang, J. (2017). Quality charters or quality members? A control theory perspective on team charters and team performance. Journal of Applied Psychology, 102(10), 1462-1470.
Boswell, W. R., Gardner, R. G., & Wang, J. (2017). Is retention necessarily a win? Outcomes of searching and staying. Journal of Vocational Behavior, 98, 163-172.
Chiaburu, D. S., Oh, I. S., Wang, J., & Stoverink, A. C. (2017). A bigger piece of the pie: The relative importance of affiliative and change-oriented citizenship and task performance in predicting overall job performance. Human Resource Management Review, 27(1), 97-107.