Dr Erica Xu
Department of Management
School of Business
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Dr Erica Xu’s research interests include leadership, interpersonal dynamics, proactive behaviour and gender issues. Currently, she is working on several research projects that relate to voice, social comparison emotions, leader-member-exchange differentiation, team hierarchy and mistreatment in the workplace. She is also developing several new research lines that mainly focus on gender issues in the workplace.
- HKBU School of Business Outstanding Performance Award for Young Researcher (2019-20)
- Xu, E., Huang, X., Jia, R., Xu, J., Liu, W., Graham, L., & Snape, E. “The ‘evil pleasure’: Abusive supervision and third-party observers’ malicious reactions toward victims.” Organization Science. (in press).
- Xu, E., Huang, X., Ouyang, K., Liu, W., & Hu, S. “Tactics of speaking up: The roles of issue importance, perceived managerial openness, and managers’ positive mood.” Human Resource Management. (in press).
- Huang, X., Chen. L., Xu, E., Lu, F., & Tai, K. “Shadow of the prince: Parent-incumbents’ coercive control over child-successors in family firms.” Administrative Science Quarterly. (in press).
- Lu, Q., Huang, X., Bond, M. H., & Xu, E. “Committing to work at the expense of other life pursuits: The consequence of individuals’ relative centrality of work (RCW) across job types and nations differing in performance orientation.” Journal of Cross-Cultural Psychology. (in press).
- *Huang, X., *Xu, E., Huang. L., & Liu, W. “Nonlinear consequences of promotive and prohibitive voice for managers’ responses: The roles of voice frequency and LMX.” Journal of Applied Psychology 103 (2018): 1101-1120. (* equal contributions).
- *Ouyang, K., *Xu, E., Huang, X., Liu, W., & Tang. Y “Reaching the limits of reciprocity in favor exchange: The effects of generous, stingy, and matched favor giving on social status.” Journal of Applied Psychology 103 (2018): 614-630. (* equal contributions)
- Xu, E., Huang, X., & Robinson, S. L. “When self-view is at stake: Reponses to ostracism through the lens of self-verification theory.” Journal of Management 43 (2017): 2281-2302.