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  • 1

    Employment stability and corporate cash holdings

    Han, SyungjinKim, Changhyun

    Applied Economics Letters , 2021 (Early Access)

    SSCI ABDC-B

  • 2

    Servant leadership and employee voice: a moderated mediation

    Song, YangTian, Qi-taoKwan, Ho Kwong

    Journal of Managerial Psychology , 2021 (Early Access)

    SSCI ABDC-B

    W
    5
  • 3

    The need to belong: how to reduce workplace ostracism 归属感的需求:如何减少职场排斥

    Kwan, Ho KwongLi, MiaomiaoWu, XiangfanXu, Xiaofeng

    Service Industries Journal , 2021 (Early Access)

    SSCI Scopus ABDC-B

    W
    6
  • 4

    Disclosing Directors

    Marchetti, P.Siciliano, G.Ventoruzzo, M.

    European Business Organization Law Review , 2020 , 21 (2) , 219–251

    SSCI ABDC-B

  • 5

    Predecessor versus Acquisition: Evidence of Business Combination under Common Control from China

    Chen, ShiminHan, WeifangZhang, Qifeng

    Emerging Markets Finance and Trade , 2020

    SSCI ABDC-B

  • 6

    Stronger Together: Conditional Indirect Effect of Servant Leadership on Transactive Memory Systems

    David, Emily M.Johnson, Lars U.Meng, Ching-YuanLopez, Tyleen N.

    Journal of Leadership and Organizational Studies , 2020 (Early Access)

    SSCI ABDC-B

  • 7

    Institutional ownership and marketing myopic management

    Boo, ChanilKim, Changhyun

    Applied Economics Letters , 2020 (Early Access)

    SSCI ABDC-B

    W
    3
  • 8

    War and social attitudes

    Barclay Child, TraversNikolova, Elena

    Conflict Management and Peace Science , 2020 , 37 (2) , 152-171

    SSCI Scopus ABDC-B

    W
    2
  • 9

    Effects of authentic leadership on work–family balance in China

    Lyu, YijingWang, MinminLe, JiaqiKwan, Ho Kwong

    Journal of Managerial Psychology , 2020 , 34 (2) , 110-123

    SSCI Scopus ABDC-B

    W
    11
  • 10

    Employment stability and corporate innovation

    Han, SyungjinKim, Changhyun

    Applied Economics Letters , 2020 (Early Access)

    SSCI ABDC-B

    W
    1
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