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Zhang, Lu (ZhangLu)

Department
School of Business Administration(경영학부)
Research Interests
Diversity management, Leadership, Power dynamics in organizations, Corporate social responsibility
Lab
School of Business Administration
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2019-08The Effects of Expertise and Social Status on Team Member Influence and the Moderating Roles of Intragroup ConflictsHong, Woonki; Zhang, Lu; Gang, Kwangwook, et alARTICLE243 The Effects of Expertise and Social Status on Team Member Influence and the Moderating Roles of Intragroup Conflicts
2018-07Held captive in the office: an investigation into long working hours among Korean employeesZhang, Lu; Seo, JeeyoungARTICLE1197 Held captive in the office: an investigation into long working hours among Korean employees
2018-03The impact of status-leveling symbols on employee attitudes: a moderated mediational analysisMorand, David; Zhang, LuARTICLE315 The impact of status-leveling symbols on employee attitudes: a moderated mediational analysis
2014-11The linkage between status-leveling symbols and work attitudesZhang, Lu; Morand, DavidARTICLE1144 The linkage between status-leveling symbols and work attitudes
2014-08Cross-cultural correlates of career and parental role commitmentZhang, Lu; Gowan, Mary A.; Trevino, MelanieARTICLE1015 Cross-cultural correlates of career and parental role commitment
2014-08Sensitivity-to-diversity: a moderator of diversity - affective outcomes relationshipsZhang, Lu; Goldberg, CarenARTICLE967 Sensitivity-to-diversity: a moderator of diversity - affective outcomes relationships
2012-10Board demographic diversity, independence, and corporate social performanceZhang, LuARTICLE942 Board demographic diversity, independence, and corporate social performance
2012-09Corporate Social Responsibility, Applicants' Individual Traits, and Organizational Attraction: A Person-Organization Fit PerspectiveZhang, Lu; Gowan, M.A.ARTICLE934 Corporate Social Responsibility, Applicants' Individual Traits, and Organizational Attraction: A Person-Organization Fit Perspective
2008-06Employees' perceptions of their leaders: Is being similar always better?Goldberg, C.; Riordan, C.M.; Zhang, LuARTICLE996 Employees' perceptions of their leaders: Is being similar always better?
2004-06Simple and joint effects of gender and self-esteem on responses to same-sex sexual harassmentGoldberg, C.; Zhang, LuARTICLE898 Simple and joint effects of gender and self-esteem on responses to same-sex sexual harassment

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