PhD (HKU) Head and Professor
Head of Honours Academy Department of Management
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Professor Fu Ho Ying obtained her PhD from The University of Hong Kong and upon graduation, she joined Stanford Graduate School of Business, Stanford University as a post-doctoral fellow. Prior to joining HSUHK, she has worked in Nanyang Technological University, Singapore and City University of Hong Kong. She is primarily interested in how multiculturals organise and use their cultural knowledge learnt from different cultural traditions, and how people from different cultures vary in their lay perception of social actions. Recently, she develops theoretical frameworks that explain individual behaviours in cross-cultural settings, such as multiculturalism, expatriation and inter-cultural interactions, and applies her theories in various organizational behaviours such as leadership, conflict resolution and team dynamics. She publishes her work in both disciplines of psychology and management.
Editorial Board, Asian Journal of Business Ethics, 2019 - present
Editorial Review Board, Asian Pacific Journal of Management, 2019 - present
Editorial Review Board, Journal of Business Research, 2016 - present
Editorial Review Board, Journal of World Business, 2016 - present
Editorial Review Board, Management and Organization Review, 2014 - present
Research and Teaching Interests
Conflict Management and Negotiation
Intellectual Contributions (Publications, Conferences, Books, Book Chapters, etc.)
Kung, F., Chao, M., Yao, D., Adair, W., Fu, J. H. & Tasa, K. (2018). Bridging Racial Divides: Social Constructionist (vs. Essentialist) Beliefs Facilitate Trust in Intergroup Contexts. Journal of Experimental Social Psychology, 74, 121-134.
Lam, S. Y., Fu, H. Y., & Li, D. (2017). The influence of thematic product displays on consumers: An elaboration-based account. Psychology and Marketing, 34(9), 868-883.
Fu, J. H., Zhang, Z., Li, F., & Leung, Y. K. (2016). Opening the mind: Effect of culture mixing on acceptance of organizational change. Journal of Cross-Cultural Psychology, 47(10), 1361-1372.
Fu, J. H., Morris, M. W., & Hong Y. (2015). A transformative taste of home: Home culture primes foster expatriates' adjustment through bolstering relational security. Journal of Experimental Social Psychology, 59, 24-31.
Li, F., Yu, K. F., Yang, J., Qi, Z., Fu, J. H. (2014). Authentic Leadership, Traditionality, and Interactional Justice in the Chinese Context. Management and Organization Review, 10(2), 249-273.
Menon, T., Sim, J., Fu, J. H., Chiu C., & Hong Y. (2010.). Blazing the Trail versus Trailing the Group: Culture and Perceptions of the Leader’s Position. Organizational Behavior and Human Decision Processes, 113(1), 51-61. (Sim and Fu contributed equally to this paper)
Fu, J. H. & Chiu, C. (2007.) Local Culture's Responses to Globalization: Exemplary persons and Their Attendant Values. Journal of Cross-Cultural Psychology, 38(5), 636-653.
Fu, J. H., Morris, M W., Lee, S, Chao M., Chiu C., & Hong Y. (2007.) Epistemic Motives and Cultural Conformity: Need for Closure, Culture, and Context as Determinants of Conflict Judgments. Journal of Personality and Social Psychology, 92(2) 191-207.
Fu, J. H., Chiu, C., Morris, M. W., & Young, M. (2007). Spontaneous Inferences from Cultural Cues: Varying Responses of Cultural Insiders and Outsiders. Journal of Cross-Cultural Psychology, 38 (1), 58-75.
Hong, Y., Liao, H., Wong, R. Y. M., Chan, G., Chiu, C., Ip, G., Fu, H., & Hansen, I. G. (2006). Temporal causal link between outgroup attitudes and social categorization: The case of Hong Kong 1997 transition. Group Processes and Intergroup Relations, 9(2), 265 - 288.
Hong, Y., Coleman, J., Chan, G., Wong, R. Y. M., Chiu, C., Hansen, I. G., Lee, S., Tong, Y., & Fu, H. (2004) Predicting Intergroup Bias: The Interactive Effects of Implicit Theory and Social Identity. Personality and Social Psychology Bulletin, 30(10), 1-13.
Hong, Y., Chan, G., Chiu, C., Wong, R. Hansen, I., Lee, S., Tong, Y., & Fu H. (2003) How are Social Identities Linked to Self-Conception and Intergroup Orientation: The Moderating Effect of Implicit Theories. Journal of Personality and Social Psychology, 85(6), 1147-1160.
Morris, M. W. & Fu, H. (2001). How Does Culture Influence Conflict Resolution? A Dynamic Constructivist Analysis. Social Cognition, 19(3), 324-349.
Tong, Y. & Fu, H. (2001). Linguistic gender is related to psychological gender: The case of "Chinese characters”. Journal of Psychology in Chinese Societies, 2(1): 107-117.
Fu, H., Lee, S., Chiu, C. & Hong, Y. (1999) Setting the frame of mind for social identity. International Journal of Intercultural Relations, 23(2), 199-214.
Chiu, C., Hong, Y., Lam, I., Fu, H., Tong Y., & Lee, S. (1998). Stereotyping and self-presentation: Effects of gender stereotype activation. Group Processes and Intergroup Relations, 1(1), 81-96.
Chiu, C., Dweck, C., Tong, Y., & Fu, H. (1997). Implicit theories and conceptions of morality. Journal of Personality and Social Psychology, 73(5), 923-940.
Chiu, C., Hong, Y., Ip, W., Lee, S., & Fu, H. (2000). The basic elements of multiple competencies. Hong Kong: Joint Publishers. (In Chinese).
Menon, T & Fu, H.Y. (2006). Culture and control: How independent and interdependent selves experience agency and constraint. In E. A. Mannix, M. A. Neale, & Y. Chen (Eds.), National Culture and Groups. Research on Managing Groups and Teams (Vol. 9, 21-51). Greenwich, CT: Elsevier Science Press.
Salili, F., Fu, H., Tong, Y., & Tabatabai, D. (2001). Motivation and self-regulation: A cross-cultural comparison of the effect of culture and context of learning on student motivation and self-regulation. In F. Salili, C. Chiu, & Y. Hong (Eds.), Multiple competencies and self-regulated learning: Implications for multicultural education. Information Age.
Research Grants and Awards
External Funding Obtained as Principal Investigator
2019 - 2021 - Faculty Development Scheme, Destined for conflict? The effect of implicit theory of conflict on relational motive and dispute resolution practices. (Principal Investigator; Amount awarded: $626,850; Funding Body: Research Grants Council, Hong Kong)
2016-2019 - General Research Fund, Enhancing Expatriation Effectiveness: The Mitigating Effect of Attachment Security on Perceived Threat in Intercultural Conflict (Principal Investigator; Amount awarded: HK$490,320; Funding Body: Research Grants Council, Hong Kong)
2010-2013 - General Research Fund, Explaining Culturally Motivated Employee Resistance to Organizational Change When National Companies in Mainland China Globalize (Principal Investigator; Amount awarded: HK$366,994; Funding Body: Research Grants Council, Hong Kong)
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