CURRICULUM VITAE

PERSONAL INFORMATION:

Name: FULI LI                          

Contact Telephone number (office): +86-29-82668037 

Present Position: Professor   Degree: Ph.D

Present Address: Department of Organizational Management, School of Management, Xi’an Jiaotong University

E-mail: fuli@mail.xjtu.edu.cn

 

EDUCATION EXPERIENCE:          

·         Ph. D in Management (Sep. 2005-Aug, 2009): Department of Management, College of Business, City University of Hong Kong (Hong Kong, China), Supervisor: Prof. Kwok Leung. 

·         Ph. D in Management Science and Engineering (Sep. 2003-Aug, 2009): Department of Management Science & Engineering, School of Management, University of Science and Technology of China (Hefei, Anhui, China), Supervisor: Prof. Liang Liang.    

RESEARCH AREAS:

Organizational Behavior (Individual Creativity, Team Innovation, Leadership, etc)

Cross-Cultural Management Research

Human Resource Management

Organizational Research Methods

 

RESEARCH EXPERIENCE:

  • Senior Research Assistant: Aug, 2009 – Mar, 2010, at Department of Management, City University of Hong Kong.

 

TEACHING COURSES:

Foundations of Organizational Behavior (International Master student)

Cross-cultural Management Research (Local & International Master & Ph.D student)

Organizational Management (Undergraduate student)

RESEARCH GRANT:

Li, F. (PI), “Exploring the Impact of Incentive Mechanisms on Individual Creativity” (2012.1-2014.12). Supported by an MOE (Ministry of Education in China) Youth Foundation Project of Humanities and Social Sciences (Grant ID: 12YJC630087, amount: 68, 000 RMB).

 Li, F. (PI), “Effects of Reward for Creativity on Employee Creativity and Group Creativity: Moderating, Mediating, and Moderated Mediation Analyses” (2014.1-2016.12). Supported by National Natural Science Foundation of China for Young Scholar (Grant ID: 71302145, amount: 230, 000 RMB).

RESEARCH PUBLICATIONS:

Journal Publications & Book Chapters 

1.       Lu, L., Li, F., Leung, K., Savani, K., & Morris, W. M. (2018, in press). When can culturally diverse teams be more creative? The role of leaders’ benevolent paternalism. Journal of Organizational Behavior DOI: 10.1002/job.2238 (管理学院认可的A类期刊,27/194,SSCI, IF=3.607,前两位作者同等贡献,通讯)

 

2.      Li, H., Li, F., & Chen, T. (2018,in press). Do performance approach-oriented individuals generate creative ideas? The roles of outcome instrumentality and task persistence. Journal of Applied Social Psychology. DOI: 10.1111/jasp.12495 (SSCIIF:  1.231, 二作,一作是本人的博士生)

3.      Ou, Z., Chen, T., Li, F., & Tang, P. (2018). Constructive controversy and creative process engagement: The roles of positive conflict value, cognitive flexibility, and psychological safety. Journal of Applied Social Psychology, 48, 101-113. DOI: 10.1111/jasp.12494 (SSCIIF:  1.231, 三作通讯)

4.       Li, F., Chen, T., & Lai, X. (2018). How does a reward for creativity program benefit or frustrate employee creative performance? The perspective of transactional model of stress and coping. Group & Organization Management, 43(1), 138-175. DOI: 10.1177/1059601116688612 (管理学院认可的B类期刊,SSCI,一作通讯)

5.       Shang, Y. F., Xu, J., Li, F., Zhao, X., & Li, H. (2018, in press). How leaders generate meanings for monetary rewards. Journal of Applied Business Research. (SSCI,三作)

6.    Li, F., Deng, H., Leung, K., & Zhao, Y (2017). Is perceived creativity-reward contingency good for creativity? The role of challenge and threat appraisals. Human Resource Management, 56(4), 693-709. (FT50,管理学院认可的A类期刊, SSCI,一作)

7.  Chen, T., Li, F., & Leung, K. (2017). Whipping into shape: Construct definition, measurement, and validation of directive-achieving leadership in Chinese culture. Asia Pacific Journal of Management, 34(3), 537-563. (SSCI,二作通讯)

8.    Chen, T., Li, F., & Leung, K (2016). When does supervisor support encourage innovative behavior? Opposite moderating effects of general self-efficacy and internal locus of control. Personnel Psychology, 69, 123-158. (管理学院认可的A类期刊,18/194,SSCI, IF: 4.362,二作通讯)

9.    Chen, T., Leung, K., Li, F., & Ou, Z. (2015). Interpersonal harmony and creativity in China. Journal of Organizational Behavior, 36(5), 648-672. (管理学院认可的A类期刊,27/194,SSCI, IF: 3.607,三作通讯)                                        

10.  Lai, X., Li, F.,* & Leung, K. (2013). A monte carlo study of the effects of common method variance on significance testing and parameter bias in hierarchical linear modeling. Organizational Research Methods, 16(2), 243-269.(管理学院认可的A类期刊14/194,SSCI,SCI, IF: 4.783,二作通讯)                                        

11.       Li, F., Lai, X., & Leung, K. (2012). Multilevel Modeling in International Management Research. In C. L. Wang, D. J. Ketchen and D. D. Bergh (Eds.), Research Methodology in Strategy and Management (Vol. 7, pp. 101-125). Publisher: Emerald Group Publishing Limited.

12.       Leung, K., Li, F., * & Zhou, F. (2012). Sex differences in social cynicism across societies: The role of men’s higher competitiveness and male dominance. Journal of Cross-Cultural Psychology, 43, 1152-1166. (管理学院认可的A类期刊,SSCI, IF: 1.929,二作通讯)                                       
13.       Li, F., & Leung, K. (2012). Effects of evaluation of societal conditions and work-family conflict on social cynicism and distress: A longitudinal analysis. Journalof Applied Social Psychology, 42, 717-734. (SSCI, IF:  1.231, 一作通讯  
                                  

14.       Li, F., Zhou, F., & Leung, K. (2011). Expecting the worst: Moderating effects of social cynicism on the relationships between relationship conflict and negative affective reactions. Journal of Business and Psychology, 26, 339-345. (SSCI, IF: 2.694,一作通讯)                                       

15.       梁觉, 李福荔. 中国本土管理研究的进路[J]. 管理学报. 2010, 7(5): 642-648. (CSSCI)

16.   Leung, K., & Li, F. (2008). Social axioms and cultural intelligence: Working across cultural boundaries. In S. Ang and L. V. Dyne (Eds.), Handbook of Cultural Intelligence: Theory, measurement, and applications (pp. 332-341). San Diego, CA, USA: M. E. Sharpe.


Best Paper Proceedings

 1. Li, F., Chen, T. T., & Chen, Y-F. Reaping the benefits of innovation through supervisor support: Integrating intrinsic motivation and motivational traits. Accepted for publication in the Best Paper Proceedings of the 2017 Academy of Management Meeting.

2. Chen, T. T., Li, F., & Zhao, Y. Reaping the benefits of innovation through supervisor support: Integrating intrinsic motivation and motivational traits. Accepted for publication in the Best Paper Proceedings of the 2014 Academy of Management Meeting.



AWARDS:

Peter Ho Conference Scholarship by City University of Hong Kong, 2009

2010-2011 Teaching Awards by School of Management, Xi’an Jiaotong University

 

 


 

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