Chiyin Chen


Office: Xuri New Building 417

Email: chenchiyin@dhu.edu.cn

research interests: organizational behavior, HRM

INTRODUCTION

Dr. Chiyin Chen is currently an assistant professor in the Glorious Sun School of Management, Donghua University. Her research interests include orgnaizational behavior and human resource management. Dr. Chen has published over 10 journal papers and presided several scientific projects. She earned her Ph.D. in management from Shanghai Jiao Tong University and visited Rice University as a visiting scholar.

Education

  • 2012.09-2018.12  Business Administration, Antai College of Economics & Management, Shanghai Jiao Tong University, Ph.D.

  • 2008.09-2012.06  Human Resource Management, Antai College of Economics & Management, Shanghai Jiao Tong University, B.S.

Work Experience

  • since 2018.12    Glorious Sun School of Business and Management, Donghua University, Assistant Professor

Academic Experience

  • 2014.08-2015.08  Jesse H. Jones Graduate School of Business, Rice University, Visiting Scholar

ACADEMIC ACHIEVEMENTS

Journal Papers

  • Wang, C., Flamini, G., Wang, K., Pei, R., & Chen, C. (2020). Entrepreneurial decision-making and family social capital. Management Decision, https://doi.org/10.1108/MD-10-2019-1414

  • Chen, C., & Tang, N. (2018). Does perceived inclusion matter in the workplace? Journal of Managerial Psychology, 33(1): 43-57.

  • Tang, N., Zheng, X., & Chen, C. (2017). Managing Chinese diverse workforce: Toward a theory of organizational inclusion. Nankai Business Review International, 8(1): 39-56.

  • Tang, N., Jiang, Y., Chen, C., Zhou, Z., Chen, C., & Yu, Z. (2015). Inclusion and inclusion management in the Chinese context: An exploratory study. International Journal of Human Resource Management, 26(6): 856-874.

  • Chen, C., & Tang, N. (2017). Ten years of team process research: Form 2008 to 2017. Human Resource Management of China, (12): 47-59.

  • Zhu, X., Kong, L., Hao, L., & Chen, C. (2016). Can inclusive leadership promote R&D professionals' innovative performance? An analysis of the mediated moderation effect. Science and Technology Management Research, (2): 112-116.

  • Chen, C., Tang, N., & Tan, Q. (2015). An explorationary research of millennial generation’s self-concept and generation identification. Modern Management Science, (8): 103-105.

  • Liu, G., Wan, H., & Chen, C. (2015). Impact of coach's leadership style on the performance of table tennis player. Journal of Shanghai University of Sport, 39(2): 63-67.

  • Chen, C., Tang, N., & Zhu, X. (2014). University students' work values and career choice intention: Taking Shanghai and Jiangxi for examples. Journal of East China Jiaotong University, (5): 134-142.

Conference Papers and Presentations

  • Chen, C., & Tang, N. (2019). Perceived workplace inclusion: Developing the scale and verifying its effectiveness, presented at Annual Meeting of the Academy of Management, Boston, USA.

  • Chen, C., Tang, N., & Zhang, K. (2018). P-S fit and Inclusive leadership: Interactive effect on career role performance, presented at Annual Conference of the Society for Industrial and Organizational Psychology, Chicago, USA.

  • Tang, N., Chen, C., & Zhang, K. (2017). Inclusive leadership in China: A three-factor framework, presented at Annual Meeting of the Academy of Management, Atlanta, USA.

  • Chen, C., Tang, N., & Wang, Y. (2016). Match with supervisor or organization: Linking fit perceptions with performance from interactive perspective, presented at 31th International Congress of Psychology, Yokohama, Japan.

  • Chen, C., & Tang, N. (2016). Does feeling of inclusion matter in innovative behavior: a moderated mediation model from role identity theory, presented at Annual Meeting of the Academy of Management, Anaheim, USA.

  • Tang, N., Chen, C., & Zhang, K. (2014). Inclusive leadership in China: A three-factor framework, presented at International Congress of Applied Psychology, Paris, France.

  • Chen, C., & Tang, N. (2013). Work values and career choice intention: An exploratory study, in International Conference on Public Human Resource Management and Innovation (pp. 36-42). (CPCI-SSH/ISSHP)

  • Tang, N., Chen, C., Zhu, X., & Huang, M. (2013). Individual CQ, team CQ and organizational CQ: A multilevel adaptation model, in International Conference on Management Science and Engineering(ICMSE) (pp. 242-247). (IEEE)

Chapters, Academic Books, and Textbooks

  • Tang, N., Chen, C., & Huang, Q. (2017). Human Resource Diversity and Inclusion Management, Beijing: Science Press.

Teaching and Research Projects

  • 2020-2022  A multi-level study of perceived workplace inclusion under the employment diversity context, Youth Program of National Natural Science Foundation of China(no.71902023), Principal

  • 2020-2022  Organization inclusion from the vertical-horizontal framework: Multi-level study from individual perceptions to human resource management approaches, Youth Program of Shanghai Philosophy and Social Science Foundation(no.2019JG015-EGL023), Principal

  • 2017-2020  Inclusive leadership in Chinese context: Construct, predictors, and dual path mechanism, National Natural Science Foundation of China(no.71672114), Participant

  • 2012-2016  Millennial employees and diversity human resource management: Multi-level research from inclusion perspective, National Natural Science Foundation of China(no.71132003), Participant

  • 2011-2013  Team coordination mechanism and team effectiveness in cross cultural teams: From the perspective of cultural intelligence, National Natural Science Foundation of China(no.71072055), Participant

TEACHING COURSES

  • Undergraduate: Management, Organizational Behavior

  • Graduate: Human Resource Management

SOCIAL SERVICE

  • Academic Association Memberships

  • Academy of Management(AOM), Member

  • International Association for Chinese Management Research(IACMR), Member