PhD Candidate, Business Administration
Area of Study: Organization Studies
Anticipated Graduating Year: 2021
|Present||PhD Candidate, Business Administration
Schulich School of Business – York University
Advisor: Prof. Dr. Kevin Tasa
The Chinese University of Hong Kong
A Dyadic Understanding of Trust in Negotiation: the Role of Trust Asymmetry
Research Interests – Work in Progress
Trust; Team Dynamics; Gender and Diversity; Negotiation
Work In Progress:
Ji, M. and Tasa K (Working Paper). Investigating the role of trust asymmetry in negotiation
Ji, M. (Working Paper). Bridging task and process conflict with better team outcomes: the role of psychological safety and information elaboration.
Ji, M. (Working Paper). Women in male dominated fields: a social identity perspective.
Awards and Honours
|2018-2019||Schulich Teaching Excellence Top Ten Instructors (ORGS 2100)|
Ngo, H. Y., Foley, S., Ji, M. S., & Loi, R. (2014). Linking gender role orientation to subjective career success: The mediating role of psychological capital. Journal of Career Assessment, 22(2), 290-303.
Ngo, H. Y., Foley, S., Ji, M. S., & Loi, R. (2014). Work satisfaction of Chinese employees: A social exchange and gender-based view. Social Indicators Research, 116(2), 457-473.
Refereed Conference Papers
Bell, C. M., Ji, M., & Wiseman, S. (2016). Distancing From Helpers in Sexual Harassment: Sex Type, Hostile Sexism, and Organizational Status. In Academy of Management Proceedings (Vol. 2016, No. 1, p. 15078).
Lau, D. C., Ji, M., & Su, Q. (2015). Examining Interpersonal Trust Mechanisms at Work: A Resource Perspective. In Academy of Management Proceedings (Vol. 2015, No. 1, p. 12816).
Ngo, H. Y., Foley, S., Ji, M. S., & Loi, R. (2012). Linking Gender Role Orientation to Career Success: The Mediating Role of Psychological Capital. In Academy of Management Proceedings (Vol. 2012, No. 1, p. 15301).