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Emily M. NASON

Associate Dean (Undergraduate Student Affairs), School of Business and Management

Director, Global Business Program

Founding Director, Karen Lee Student Mentoring Center

Associate Professor of Business Education

Email: enason@ust.hk

 

Ph.D.

University of California, Los Angeles,Human Resources and Organizational Behavior

B.B.A.

The Hong Kong University of Science & Technology, Management of Organizations

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ACADEMIC AND PROFESSIONAL EXPERIENCE

  • The Hong Kong University of Science and Technology, School of Business and Management, Associate Dean, July 2013 - present; Director of UG Programs, July 2012 - 2015; Director of Global Business Program, July 2014 - present & July 2010 - June 2013; Founding Director, Karen Lee Student Mentoring Center, 2016 - present.

  • The Hong Kong University of Science and Technology, Department of Management, Associate Professor of Business Education, July 2012 - present; Assistant Professor, July 2005 - June 2012.

  • Citibank, N.A., Global Consumer Banking, Hong Kong, Corporate Quality Manager, 1998 - 1999, Management Associate, 1997 - 1998.

 

SELECTED PUBLICATIONS 

 

  • Yu, T., Chan, B.H., Tin, T.W.C., & Nason, E.M. 2017. BYD: Building your dreams of a pure electric world. In Kim, C.K., Lee M.S., & Jun, M. How Asian brands soar II: Lessons from world's top 10 Asian cases, Academy of Asian Business.

  • Venaik, S., Nason, E.M., Wang, J.L., Leelapanyalert, K. & Hong, B. 2016. How to write a powerful case study? Emerging issues for a case study and writing in Asia. Academy of Asian Business Review, 2: 13-30.

  • Jacoby, S.M., Nason, E.M., & Saguchi, K. 2005. Corporate organization in Japan and the United States: Is there evidence of convergence? Social Science Japan Journal, 8: 43-67.

  • Jacoby, S.M., Nason, E.M., & Saguchi, K. 2005. The role of the senior HR executive in Japan and the United States: Employment relations, corporate governance, and values, Industrial Relations, 44: 207-241.

 

 

SELECTED RECENT CONFERENCE PRESENTATIONS

  • Wang, X., Yun, S., & Nason, E.M. 2009. From organizational justice to OCBs: The moderating effects of informational justice. Presented at the annual meeting of the Academy of Management, Chicago.

  • Wang, X., Takeuchi, R., Yun, S., & Nason, E. M. 2008. Social information processing model of social exchange process: Moderating effects of informational justice. Presented at the 6th annual meeting of the Asia Academy of Management, Taipei, Taiwan.

  • Takeuchi, R., Wang, X., & Nason, E.M. 2007. The roles of exchange ideology for both sides of the social exchange equation. Presented at the annual meeting of the Academy of Management, Philadelphia.

  • Takeuchi, R., Yun, S., Nason, E.M., & Wang, X. 2007. The “social” aspect of social exchange relationship: The roles of relational exchange ideology.  Presented at the annual meeting of the Academy of Management, Philadelphia.

  • Nason, E.M. 2006.  Does ambiguity matter? Ambiguity aversion and fairness judgment.  Presented at the annual meeting of the Academy of Management, Atlanta.

  • Nason, E.M. 2006.  Employee voice and uncertainty: A laboratory study.  Presented at the annual meeting of the Academy of Management, Atlanta.

  • Nason, E.M. 2006. Fairness judgment in the fog of uncertainty: Heuristic substitution and cultural influences.  Presented at the annual meeting of the Academy of Management, Atlanta.

  • Nason, E.M. 2005.  Adoption of work practices: The role of strategy, executive values and power.  Presented at the annual meeting of the Academy of Management, Honolulu.

  • Nason, E.M. 2005.  Uncertainty and fairness judgments: The role of information ambiguity. Invited presentation at the Organizational Behavior Research Series of Singapore Management University, Singapore.

 

 

REVIEW ACTIVITIES

  • Reviewer, Annual Meeting of the Academy of Management, 2003-present.

 

 

RESEARCH INTERESTS

  • Organizational justice

  • Negotiation behaviors and conflict management

  • Behavioral decision making

  • Cross-cultural studies of human resource and knowledge management

 

 

HONORS AND AWARDS

  • 2008, 2011-2016. Favorite Mentor nominated by outstanding students in graduating class.

  • 2008, 2007, 2006. Winner, Best Ten Lecturers Election

  • 2007. Nominee, Michael G. Gale Teaching Award.

  • 2006 (Summer/Fall).  Winner, Franklin Prize for Year 1 Teaching.