Prof. Lucy Xiaowan LIN

Associate Professor in Management

Faculty of Business Administration
University of Macau, E22
Avenida da Universidade, Taipa, Macau, China

Contact Information

Room:  E22-2065
Telephone:  (853) 8822-4713
E-mail:  lucylin
  • Ph.D. in Management, City University of Hong Kong, Hong Kong, 2008
  • Master in Psychology, Beijing Normal University, China, 2004
  • Bachelor in Psychology, Beijing Normal University, China, 2001
  • Assistant Professor, Department of Management and Marketing, University of Macau (Feb. 2009-Aug.2015)
  • Associate Professor, Department of Management and Marketing, University of Macau (Aug. 2015-now)
  • Undergraduate Courses
    • Organizational Behavior (MGMT221)
    • Organizational Behavior (MGMT316)
    • Research Methods (MGMT331)
    • Principles of Management (MGMT102)
    • Performance and Compensation Management (MGMT363)
    • Performance and Compensation Management (MGMT482)
  • Organizational justice and justice climate
  • Motivation
  • Voice behavior
  • Multilevel study
  • A Moral Perspective on the Observer’s Reaction to Witnessed Workplace Interpersonal Mistreatment, funded by the Research Committee of University of Macau, 2015-2016, Principal investigator
  • Study on Impulsive Buying Behavior on Mobile Platform – Insights into the paradox of mobility’s influences, funded by the Research Committee of University of Macau, 2015-2016, Co-Principal investigator
  • Why Do I Speak Up? Insights into Voice Behavior in Organization, funded by the Research Committee of University of Macau, 2011-2013, Principal investigator
  • A study on organizational cultural and organizational creativity: An ambidexterity approach, funded by The National Natural Science of China, 2011-2014, Co-Principal investigator
  • The Psychological Dynamics of Justice Climate, funded by the Research Committee of University of Macau, 2010-2011, Principal investigator
  • A Psychological Approach to Knowledge Sharing: Exploring the Effects of Affect-based Ties and Public Goods Dilemma-based Self-interest, funded by The National Natural Science of China, 2009-2011, Co-Principal investigator
  1. Kim, T.-Y., Lin, X., & Kim, S.-P. (Forthcoming). Person-organization fit and friendship from coworkers: Effects on feeling self-verified and employee outcomes. Group and Organization Management
  2. Lin, X. & Tang, H. (2016). A framework for human resource configurations in knowledge-intensive organization. International Journal of Business Administration, 7(1), 1-11.
  3. Lin, X. (2015).  How does procedural justice climate influence individual outcomes? An affective perspective. Asia Pacific Journal of Management, 32, 771-800.
  4. Kim, T.-Y., Lin, X., & Leung, K. (2015). A dynamic approach to fairness: Effects of temporal changes of fairness perceptions on job attitudes. Journal of Business and Psychology, 30(1), 163-175.
  5. Lin, X., & Leung, K. (2014). What signals does procedural justice climate convey? The roles of group status, and organizational benevolence and integrity. Journal of Organizational Behavior, 35, 464-488.
  6. Leung, K., Lin, X., & Lu, L. (2014). Compensation disparity between locals and expatriates in China: A multilevel analysis of the influence of norms. Management International Review, 54, 107-128.
  7. Lu, L., Lin, X., & Leung, K. (2012). Goal orientations and innovative performance: The mediating roles of knowledge sharing and perceived autonomy. Journal of Applied Social Psychology, 42(S1), E180-E197.
  8. Lin, X. & Leung, K. (2010) Differing effects of coping strategies on mental health during prolonged unemployment: A longitudinal analysis. Human Relations, 63 (5): 637-665.
  9. Lin, X.-W., Che, Hong-Sheng, & Leung, Kwok (2009). The role of leader morality in the interaction effect of procedural justice and outcome favorability. Journal of Applied Social Psychology, 39(7): 1536-1561.
  1. Lin, X., & Lam, L. W. (2017, June).  What underlies the relationship between job satisfaction and voice? Different moderating roles of the prosocial helping norm and implicit voice theory. Paper presented at Conference of Asia Academy of Management, Fukuoka, Japan.
  2. Au, L. S., Lin, X. & Tian, H. (2017, June). Goal orientation and transfer of training. Paper presented at Conference of Asia Academy of Management, Fukuoka, Japan.
  3. Lam, L. W., Lin, X., Liu, Y., & Loi, R. (2016, August). Whether speaking up will be rewarded? A study of challenging voice and performance evaluation. Paper presented at Academy of Management Annual Meeting, Anaheim, California, America.
  4. Lin, X. (2016, June).  Assumed resource loss from speaking up: The roles of implicit voice theories. Paper presented at Conference of the International Association for Chinese Management Research (IACMR), Hanzhou, China.
  5. Lin, X. (2015, June). An Affective Perspective on the Cross-level Influence of Procedural Justice Climate.  Paper presented at Conference of Asia Academy of Management, Hong Kong.
  6. Lin, X. & Lam, L. W. (2014, June). Are satisfied or dissatisfied newcomers willing to voice? It depends on the nature of voice. Paper presented at Conference of the International Association for Chinese Management Research (IACMR), Beijing, China.
  7. Lin, X., & Leung, K. (2012, August). What does procedural justice climate convey? The roles of social identification and perceived job security. Paper presented at Academy of Management Annual Meeting, Boston, America.
  8. Lin, X. (2012, June). How does procedural justice climate influence individual outcomes? An affective perspective. Paper presented at Conference of the International Association for Chinese Management Research (IACMR), Hong Kong
  9. Lin, X., & Leung, K. (2010, December). A conceptual model for the psychological dynamics of procedural justice climate. Paper presented at Asia Academy of Management Meeting, Macau
  10. Lu, L., Lin, X., & Leung, K. (2010, June). Effects of goal orientations on employees’ innovative performance. Paper presented at the 2010 Conference of the International Association for Chinese Management Research (IACMR), Shanghai, China.
  11. Kim, T.-Y., Lin, X, & Leung, K. (2009, August) A dynamic approach to fairness: Effects of temporal changes of fairness perceptions on job attitudes. Paper presented at 2009 Academy of Management Annual Meeting, Chicago, America.
  12. Lu, L., Lin, X., & Leung, K. (2008, December). Effects of learning and performance goal orientations on routine and innovative job performance. Paper presented at 6th Asia Academy of Management Meeting, Taipei, Taiwan
  13. Leung, K., Lin, X., & Chan, D. (2008, June). Differential effects of self-efficacy and self-esteem on job-seeking behavior: A longitudinal study. Paper presented at the 2008 Conference of the International Association for Chinese Management Research (IACMR), Guangzhou, China.
  14. Kim, T.-Y., Lin, X., Zhang, H. (2008, August). Organizational treatment, changes in fairness perception, and employee outcomes: A longitudinal study. Paper presented at Academy of Management Annual Meeting, Anaheim, California, America.
  15. Lin, X., & Leung, K. (2007, August). The “real” effects of coping on mental health during unemployment and the duration of effects. Paper presented at Academy of Management Annual Meeting, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, America.
  16. Lin, X., Hempel, P., & Leung, K. (2006, December). Strategic role of human resource configurations in knowledge-intensive organizations. Paper presented at 5th Asia Academy of Management Meeting, Tokyo, Japan
  17. Lin, X., Che, H.-S., & Leung, K. (2006, July). The role of leader morality in the interactive relationship between procedural justice and outcome favorability. Paper presented at the 26th International Congress of Applied Psychology, Athens, Greece.
  18. Che, H.-S., Lin, X., & Fang, P. (2004, August). The development of psychological test in China. Paper presented at 28th International Congress of Psychology, Beijing, China.
  19. Lin, X., Che, H.-S. (2004, August).  Can morality of authority moderate the interaction between procedural justice and outcome favorability?: The Chinese Case. Paper presented at 28th International Congress of Psychology, Beijing, China.
  20. Lin, X., & Che, H.-S. (2001, November). A research on pay incentive to CEOs of the listed companies in China. The Ninth Chinese Academic Conference of Psychology, Guangzhou, China.