PUBLICATIONS

(in reverse chronological order; *GCR member)

Cultural Values Differentially Moderate the Effects of Basic Education on Two Types of National Innovation Outputs

Bendapudi, Namrita, Siran Zhan, and Ying-yi Hong*. 2018. “Cultural Values Differentially Moderate the Effects of Basic Education on Two Types of National Innovation Outputs”, Journal of Cross-Cultural Psychology. 49(2):199–222. (Go)

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The Evolution of Chinese Public Diplomacy and the Rise of Think Tanks

Li, Hak-yin*  and Seanon Wong*, 2018.“The Evolution of Chinese Public Diplomacy and the Rise of Think Tanks”, Place Branding and Public Diplomacy, 14(1):36–46. (Go)

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The Institutional Antecedents of Managerial Networking in Chinese Environmental NGOs

Li, Hui, Shui-yan Tang, and Carlos W. H. Lo*. 2018. “The Institutional Antecedents of Managerial Networking in Chinese Environmental NGOs”, Nonprofit and Voluntary Sector Quarterly, 47(2):325–346. (Go)

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Is Individual Bribery or Organizational Bribery More Intolerable in China (Versus in the United States)? Advancing Theory on....

Liu, Zhi, Xiao-xiao Liu, Ying-yi Hong*, Joel Brockner, Kim-pong Tam, and Yan-mei Li. 2017.  “ Is Individual Bribery or Organizational Bribery More Intolerable in China (Versus in the United States)? Advancing Theory on the Perception of Corrupt Acts ”, Organizational Behavior and Human Decision Processes.

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Business Sustainability and Corporate Social Responsibility: Case Studies of Three Gas Operators in China

Ngai, Eric W. T., Chuck C. H. Law, Carlos W. H. Lo*, Jandia K. L. Poon, and Shanshan Peng. 2018. “Business Sustainability and Corporate Social Responsibility: Case Studies of Three Gas Operators in China”, International Journal of Production Research, 56(1–2): 660–676. (Go)

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How Does Culture Matter in the Face of Globalization?

Hong, Ying-yi*, and Bobby K. Cheon. 2017. “How Does Culture Matter in the Face of Globalization?”, Perspectives on Psychological Science, 12(5):810–823. (Go)

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香港青年:教育、生涯、政治的全球脈絡

趙永佳*、王世茹。2017。「香港青年:教育、生涯、政治的全球脈絡」,《香港社會科學學報》,第49期,頁3–25。 Chiu, Stephen W. K.*, and Shiru Wang. 2017. “Youth in Hong Kong: Education, Career, and Politics in Global Context”, Hong Kong Journal of Social Sciences, 49:3–25.

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From a “Small Phrase with Big Ambitions” to a Powerful Driver of Contract Law Unification? China’s Belt and Road Initiative and

Wolff, Lutz-Christian*. 2017. “From a ‘Small Phrase with Big Ambitions’ to a Powerful Driver of Contract Law Unification? China’s Belt and Road Initiative and the CISG”, Journal of Contract Law, 34(1):50–69.

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Effects of Bonding with Parents and Home Culture on Intercultural Adaptations and The Moderating Role of Genes

Phua, Desiree Y., Michael J. Meaney, Chiea-chuen Khor, Ivy Y. M. Lau, and Ying-yi Hong*. 2017. “Effects of Bonding with Parents and Home Culture on Intercultural Adaptations and The Moderating Role of Genes”, Behavioural Brain Research, 325:223–236. (Go)

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Physiological Responses Associated with Cultural Attachment

Yap, Wei-jie, George I. Christopoulos, and Ying-yi Hong*. 2017. “Physiological Responses Associated with Cultural Attachment”, Behavioural Brain Research, 325(Part B):214–222. Go

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Health Emergency and Disaster Risk Management (Health-EDRM) in Remote Ethnic Minority Areas of Rural China: The Case of a Flood-

Chan, Emily Y. Y.*, Chunlan Guo, Poyi Lee, Sida Liu, and Carman K. M. Mark. 2017. “Health Emergency and Disaster Risk Management (Health-EDRM) in Remote Ethnic Minority Areas of Rural China: The Case of a Flood-Prone Village in Sichuan”, International Journal of Disaster Risk Science. 8(2):156–163. (Go)

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Bicultural and Generalized Identity Integration Predicts Interpersonal Tolerance

Huff, Sarah T., Fiona Lee, and Ying-yi Hong*. 2017. “Bicultural and Generalized Identity Integration Predicts Interpersonal Tolerance”, Journal of Cross-Cultural Psychology, 48(5): 644–666. Go

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Are Primetime Diets Congruent with Dietary Recommendations? Content Analyses of Food Advertisements in the United States......

Yeo, Su Lin, Wonsun Shin, May Lwin, Jerome Williams, and Ying-yi Hong*. 2016. “ Are Primetime Diets Congruent with Dietary Recommendations? Content Analyses of Food Advertisements in the United States, China, and Singapore”, Global Health Communication, 2(1):30–38. (Go)

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「一帶一路」制度創新與香港的機遇

鄭宏泰*。2017。「『一帶一路』制度創新與香港的機遇」,《港澳研究》,第1期,頁78–85。(Zheng, Victor*. 2017. “Looking from an Innovative Perspective on Hong Kong’s Strengths, Weaknesses, Opportunities and Threats in Engaging in the Belt and Road Initiative”, Hong Kong and Macao Journal, 1: 78–85.)

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Mere Experience of Low Subjective Socioeconomic Status Stimulates Appetite and Food Intake

Cheon, Bobby K., and Ying-yi Hong*. 2017. “Mere Experience of Low Subjective Socioeconomic Status Stimulates Appetite and Food Intake”, Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences, 114(1):72–77. ( Go)

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RFID Analytics for Hospital Ward Management

Cheng, Chun-hung*, and Yong-hong Kuo. 2016. “RFID Analytics for Hospital Ward Management”, Flexible Services and Manufacturing, 28(4):593–616. (Go)

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The Impact of Culture on Reactions to Promise Breaches: Differences Between East and West in Behavioral Integrity Perceptions

Friedman, Ray, Ying-yi Hong*, Tony Simons, Shu-Cheng (Steve) Chi, Se-Hyung (David) Oh, and Mark Lachowicz. 2016. “ The Impact of Culture on Reactions to Promise Breaches: Differences Between East and West in Behavioral Integrity Perceptions ”, Group and Organization Management. DOI: 10.1177/1059601116678101 (Go

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Integrative Responses to Culture Mixing in Brand Name Translations

Keh, Hean Tat, Carlos J. Torelli, Chi-yue Chiu*, and Jia Hao. 2016. “Integrative Responses to Culture Mixing in Brand Name Translations”, Journal of Cross-Cultural Psychology, 47(10):1345–1360. (Go)

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Cultural Symbolism and Spatial Separation: Some Ways to Deactivate Exclusionary Responses to Culture Mixing

Yang, Daniel Y. J., Xia Chen, Jing Xu, Jesse L. Preston, and Chi-yue Chiu*. 2016. “Cultural Symbolism and Spatial Separation: Some Ways to Deactivate Exclusionary Responses to Culture Mixing”, Journal of Cross-Cultural Psychology, 47(10):1286–1293. (Go)

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Succession, Division, and the Drive for Self-employment: The Case of the Renowned Hong Kong Restaurant ‘Yung Kee’

Zheng, Victor*, Po-san Wan*, and Siu-lun Wong*. 2016. “Succession, Division, and the Drive for Self-employment: The Case of the Renowned Hong Kong Restaurant ‘Yung Kee’”, International Journal of Management Practice, 9(4): 344–364. (Go)

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State Capitalism: A New Perspective on Land Sale in China

Tian, Wei, Liugang Sheng*, and Hongyan Zhao. 2016.  “State Capitalism: A New Perspective on Land Sale in China”, Pacific Economic Review, 21(1):84−101. (Go)

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Perception of Subtle Racism: The Role of Group Status and Legitimizing Ideologies

Liao, Hsin-ya, Ying-yi Hong*, and James Rounds. 2016. “Perception of Subtle Racism: The Role of Group Status and Legitimizing Ideologies”, The Counseling Psychologist, 44(2):237−66. (Go)

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Toward an Understanding of Dynamic Moral Decision Making: Model-Free and Model-Based Learning

Christopoulos, George I., Xiao-xiao Liu, and Ying-yi Hong*. 2016. “Toward an Understanding of Dynamic Moral Decision Making: Model-Free and Model-Based Learning”, Journal of Business Ethics. DOI: 10.1007/s10551-016-3058-1 (Go)

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Expanding Export Variety: The Role of Institutional Reforms in Developing Countries

Sheng, Liugang*, and Dennis T. Yang. 2016. “Expanding Export Variety: The Role of Institutional Reforms in Developing Countries”, Journal of Development Economics, 118:45−58. (Go)

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Different Ways to Resolve Discrepancy between Descriptive and Injunctive Norms across Cultures

Chen, Yong-yuan, and Ying-yi Hong*. 2015. “Different Ways to Resolve Discrepancy between Descriptive and Injunctive Norms across Cultures”, Journal of Cross-Cultural Psychology, 46(10):1316−19. (Go)

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Multicultural Identity Processes

Hong, Ying-yi*, Siran Zhan, Michael W. Morris, and Veronica Benet-Martinez. 2016. “Multicultural Identity Processes”, Current Opinion in Psychology, 8:49−53. (Go)

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A Transformative Taste of Home: Home Culture Primes Foster Expatriates’ Adjustment through Bolstering Relational Security

Fu, Jeanne H.Y., Michael W. Morris, and Ying-yi Hong*. 2015. “A Transformative Taste of Home: Home Culture Primes Foster Expatriates’ Adjustment through Bolstering Relational Security”, Journal of Experimental Social Psychology, 59:24−31. (Go)

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Normology: Integrating Insights about Social Norms to Understand Cultural Dynamics

Morris, Michael W., Ying-yi Hong*, Chi-yue Chiu*, and Zhi Liu. 2015. “Normology: Integrating Insights about Social Norms to Understand Cultural Dynamics”, Organizational Behavior and Human Decision Processes, 129:1−13. (Go)

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Re-examining Diversity as a Double-edged Sword for Innovation Process

Zhan, Siran, Namrita Bendapudi, and Ying-yi Hong*. 2015. “Re-examining Diversity as a Double-edged Sword for Innovation Process”, Journal of Organizational Behavior, 36(7):1026−49. (Go)

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Contribution of Serotonin Transporter Polymorphism (5-HTTLPR) to Automatic Racial Bias

Cheon, Bobby K., Robert W. Livingston, Joan Y. Chiao, and Ying-yi Hong*. 2015. “Contribution of Serotonin Transporter Polymorphism (5-HTTLPR) to Automatic Racial Bias”, Personality and Individual Differences, 79:35−38. (Go)

 

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The Hong Kong Special Administrative Region at 20: Evaluating the Sino-British Joint Declaration

Summers, Tim.* 2018.“The Hong Kong Special Administrative Region at 20: Evaluating the Sino-British Joint Declaration”, Asian Education and Development Studies, 7(1):89–101.

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