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Shuisheng Shi is an Assistant Professor in the Department of Business Administration, Hunan University. He received his Ph.D. in Management from The Hong Kong Polytechnic University. His research interests include pay for performance, leadership, and organizational justice.




2014.07 – 2018.09        香港理工大学              管理学                  哲学博士

2009.09 – 2012.01        哈尔滨工业大学           企业管理              管理学硕士

2005.09 – 2009.07        哈尔滨工业大学           工商管理              管理学学士



2021.06 至今                湖南大学 工商管理学院 工商管理系           助理教授

2018.10 – 2020.10       香港理工大学 商学院 管理及市场学系        博士后





[1] Shaw, J. D. & Shi, S. 2017. The neglected state of organizational-level turnover research in the Chinese context: A call for research. Frontiers of Business Research in China, 11(1):6

[2] Zhou, M. J., & Shi, S. 2014. Blaming leaders for team relationship conflict? The roles of leader-member exchange differentiation and ethical leadership. Nankai Business Review International, 5(2): 134–146.

[3] 周明建, 侍水生. 领导-成员交换差异与团队关系冲突: 道德型领导力的调节作用.《南开管理评论》, 2013, 16 (2): 26–35.

[4] 周明建, 侍水生,蒋建军. 人-岗匹配与工作态度:自我效能感的中介作用.《工业工程与管理》, 2011, 16(5): 123–129.



[1] Si, W., Shi, S., & Zhou, M. (2021, June). A social context model of servant leadership and organizational citizenship behavior: The mediating role of felt obligation and psychological entitlement. Presented at the 9th IACMR Biennial Conference, Xi’an, China

[2] Zhou, X. & Shi, S. (2020, August). Cognitive implications of over-met and under-met bonus expectations. Presented at the 80th annual meeting of the Academy of Management, Vancouver, British Columbia, Canada

[3] Shi, S. & Shaw, J. D. (2019, August). A mediation model of paradoxical leader behavior and employee performance. Presented at the 79th annual meeting of the Academy of Management, Boston, MA.

[4] Shi, S. & Shaw, J. D. (2017, August). The cross-cultural generalizability of paradoxical leadership. Presented at the 77th annual meeting of the Academy of Management, Atlanta, GA.

[5] Shi, S., Si, W., & Zhou, M. (2016, August). Feeling respected or envied? The interpersonal implications of relative leader-member exchange. Presented at the 76th annual meeting of the Academy of Management, Anaheim, CA.

[6] Si, W., Shi, S., Zhou, M., & He, D. (2016, August). Entitled to undermine others: Understanding (in)justice effect from the justice motive perspective. Presented at the 76th annual meeting of the Academy of Management, Anaheim, CA.

[7] Shi, S., Huang, X, & Zhou, M. 2015. Authoritarian transformational leadership: Evidence from China. Presented at the 30th Annual SIOP Conference, Philadelphia, PA.