Ruodan Shao
Ruodan Shao
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Applicants' and employees' reactions to corporate social responsibility: The moderating effects of first‐party justice perceptions and moral identity
DE Rupp, R Shao, MA Thornton, DP Skarlicki
Personnel Psychology 66 (4), 895-933, 2013
3382013
Beyond moral reasoning: A review of moral identity research and its implications for business ethics
R Shao, K Aquino, D Freeman
Business Ethics Quarterly 18 (4), 513-540, 2008
3212008
Employee justice across cultures: A meta-analytic review
R Shao, DE Rupp, DP Skarlicki, KS Jones
Journal of Management 39 (1), 263-301, 2013
2122013
The utility of a multifoci approach to the study of organizational justice: A meta-analytic investigation into the consideration of normative rules, moral accountability …
DE Rupp, R Shao, KS Jones, H Liao
Organizational Behavior and Human Decision Processes 123 (2), 159-185, 2014
1742014
The role of mindfulness in predicting individual performance.
R Shao, DP Skarlicki
Canadian Journal of Behavioural Science/Revue canadienne des sciences du …, 2009
1172009
Work–family conflict, emotional exhaustion, and displaced aggression toward others: The moderating roles of workplace interpersonal conflict and perceived managerial family …
Y Liu, M Wang, CH Chang, J Shi, L Zhou, R Shao
Journal of Applied Psychology 100 (3), 793, 2015
1102015
Service employees’ reactions to mistreatment by customers: A comparison between North America and East Asia
R Shao, DP Skarlicki
Personnel Psychology 67 (1), 23-59, 2014
852014
Extending the multifoci perspective: The role of supervisor justice and moral identity in the relationship between customer justice and customer-directed sabotage.
DP Skarlicki, DD van Jaarsveld, R Shao, YH Song, M Wang
Journal of Applied Psychology 101 (1), 108, 2016
532016
A critical analysis of the conceptualization and measurement of organizational justice: Is it time for reassessment?
DE Rupp, DL Shapiro, R Folger, DP Skarlicki, R Shao
Academy of Management Annals 11 (2), 919-959, 2017
502017
Does ethical membership matter? Moral identification and its organizational implications.
DR May, YK Chang, R Shao
Journal of applied psychology 100 (3), 681, 2015
482015
Ethical leadership and employee knowledge sharing: Exploring dual-mediation paths
YL Bavik, PM Tang, R Shao, LW Lam
The Leadership Quarterly 29 (2), 322-332, 2018
452018
Corporate social responsibility and employee engagement: The moderating role of CSR‐specific relative autonomy and individualism
DE Rupp, R Shao, DP Skarlicki, EL Paddock, TY Kim, T Nadisic
Journal of Organizational Behavior 39 (5), 559-579, 2018
382018
The psychology of corporate social responsibility and humanitarian work: A person-centric perspective
DE Rupp, D Skarlicki, R Shao
Industrial and Organizational Psychology 6 (4), 361-368, 2013
342013
Advances in employee-focused micro-level research on corporate social responsibility: Situating new contributions within the current state of the literature
DA Jones, A Newman, R Shao, FL Cooke
Journal of Business Ethics 157 (2), 293-302, 2019
222019
Organizational Justice and Organizational
R Cropanzano, DE Rupp, MA Thornton-Lugo, R Shao
The Oxford Handbook of Organizational Citizenship Behavior, 255, 2018
72018
Gendered Reactions to Organizational Justice: A Meta-Analysis
N Schulz, DE Rupp, R Shao, D Skarlicki
Academy of Management Proceedings 2019 (1), 16173, 2019
12019
Do organizational justice theories generalize cross culturally?: a study within China and a comparison study of Canada and China
R Shao
University of British Columbia, 2011
12011
The role of conscientiousness and LMX in the customer mistreatment and employee sabotage linkage
YH Song, R Shao, D Skarlicki, J Park
Academy of Management Proceedings 2016 (1), 13337, 2016
2016
The role of uncertainty avoidance and individualism in the relationship between corporate social responsibility and employees’ organizational citizenship behaviors
R Shao, DE Rupp, EL Paddock
New Perspectives on Corporate Social Responsibility, 15583, 2015
2015
Employees’ Turnover Intentions Affiliated with Interpersonal Injustice: The Moderating Role of Corporate Social Responsibility and Collectivism.
DE RUPP, R SHAO, EL PADDOCK, T NADISIC
2013
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