Ke Michael

MAI, Ke Michael

Assistant Professor

MANAGEMENT & ORGANISATION

+65-65163125
bizmke@nus.edu.sg
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Curriculum Vitae

Educational Qualifications

  • Ph.D., Management, Eller College of Management, University of Arizona, 2015
  • M.A., Human Resource Management, School of Management and Labor Relations, Rutgers University, 2010
  • B.A., Mass Communication, School of Journalism and Communication, Nanjing University, 2008

Academic Experience

  • Assistant Professor of Management, Graduate School of Business, Sungkyunkwan University, Seoul, 2015 - 2016
  • Graduate Research Associate, Department of Management and Organizations, Eller College of Management, University of Arizona, 2010 - 2015
  • Research Assistant, Center for Human Resource Strategy, Rutgers University, 2008 - 2010

Selected Publications

MAI, Ke Michael, Ellis A.P.J, Christian J.S and Porter C.O.L.H (2016), "Examining the effects of turnover intentions on OCBs and deviance behaviors: A psychological contract approach", Journal of Applied Psychology, 101, 1067-1081
MAI, Ke Michael, Ellis A.P.J and Welsh D.T (2015), "The grey side of creativity: Exploring the role of activation in the link between creative personality and unethical behavior", Journal of Experimental Social Psychology, 60, 76-85
Ellis A P J, MAI, Ke Michael, Welsh D T and Christian M S (2016), "Self-Regulatory Model Contingencies of Sleep Deprivation Influencing Unethical Behavior", Annual Society for Industrial and Organizational Psychology Conference
MAI, Ke Michael and Ellis A P J (2016), "Differentiating between premediated and impulsive unethical behavior: A criminal justice perspective", Annual Meeting of the Academy of Management
Li A, MAI, Ke Michael and Bagger J (2015), "Family Support Provision: A Moral Licensing Perspective", Annual Meeting of the Academy of Managemnet

Selected Publications

5

Journals

4

Conference

Journal Articles

MAI, Ke Michael, Ellis A.P.J, Christian J.S and Porter C.O.L.H (2016), "Examining the effects of turnover intentions on OCBs and deviance behaviors: A psychological contract approach", Journal of Applied Psychology, 101, 1067-1081
MAI, Ke Michael, Ellis A.P.J and Welsh D.T (2015), "The grey side of creativity: Exploring the role of activation in the link between creative personality and unethical behavior", Journal of Experimental Social Psychology, 60, 76-85
MAI, Ke Michael, Welsh, D.T., Ellis, A.P.J. and Christian, M.S. (2014), "Building a self-regulatory model of sleep deprivation and deception: The role of caffeine and social influence", Journal of Applied Psychology, 99, 1268-1277
MAI, Ke Michael, Ellis, A.P.J. and Christian, J.S. (2013), "Examining the asymmetrical effects of goal faultlines in groups: A categorization-elaboration approach", Journal of Applied Psychology, 98, 948-961
MAI, Ke Michael, Podsakoff, N.P., Whiting, S.W. and Welsh, D.T. (2013), "Surveying for artifacts: The susceptibility of the OCB--performance evaluation relationship to common rater, item, and measurement context effects", Journal of Applied Psychology, 98, 863-874

Conference/Seminars

Ellis A P J, MAI, Ke Michael, Welsh D T and Christian M S (2016), "Self-Regulatory Model Contingencies of Sleep Deprivation Influencing Unethical Behavior", Annual Society for Industrial and Organizational Psychology Conference
MAI, Ke Michael and Ellis A P J (2016), "Differentiating between premediated and impulsive unethical behavior: A criminal justice perspective", Annual Meeting of the Academy of Management
Li A, MAI, Ke Michael and Bagger J (2015), "Family Support Provision: A Moral Licensing Perspective", Annual Meeting of the Academy of Managemnet
Zhu X, Fu P P and MAI, Ke Michael (2015), "Contaminationor Transformation? The Impact of Coworkers' Unethical Behavior on Newcomers", Asia Academy of Management and Taiwan Academy of Management Joint Conference

Research / Teaching Areas

Deviance Behavior

Business Ethics

Sleep Deprivation

Organisational Behavior

Groups And Teams

Societal Impact

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Membership & Professional Activities

  • Member, Society for Human Resource Management
  • Member, American Psychology Association
  • Member, Society of Industrial-Organizational Psychology
  • Member, Academy of Management
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