Mingshuang Ji

Mingshuang Ji

Instructor of Business Administration

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Educational Background

  • M.S., Management and Gender Studies, The Chinese University of Hong Kong, 2013
  • B.S., Management, Wuhan Univeristy, 2011

Recent Publications

  • Ngo, H., & Ji, M., McGeown, S. P. (Ed.) (2014). Gender differences in psychological capital Nova Science Punlishers.
  • Ngo, H., Foley, S., Ji, M., & Loi, R. (2014). Linking gender role orientation to subjective career success: The mediating role of psychological capital Journal of Career Assessment, 22 (2), 290-303.
  • Ngo, H., Foley, S., Ji, M., & Loi, R. (2014). Work satisfaction of Chinese employees: A social exchange and gender-based view. Social Indicators Research, 116 (2), 457-473.

Other Publications

Conference Proceedings

  • Bell, C., & Ji, M. Forthcoming. Distancing From Helpers in Sexual Harassment: Sex Type, Hostile Sexism, and Organizational Status. Annual Meeting of the Academy of Management, Anaheim.
  • Lau, D., & Ji, M. Forthcoming. Examining interpersonal trust mechanisms at work: a resource perspective Annual Meeting of the Academy of Management, Vancouver.

Presentations

  • Ji, M. (2016). Distancing From Helpers in Sexual Harassment: Sex Type, Hostile Sexism, and Organizational Status. Annual Meeting of the Academy of Management.
  • Ji, M. (2015). Examining interpersonal trust mechanisms at work: a resource perspective Annual Meeting of the Academy of Management.

Honors and Awards

  • Teachers Ranked As Excellent, UIUC, 2022-2022
  • Schulich Teaching Excellence Award, York University, 2018-2019

Teaching Interests

Organizational Behaviors;
Individual and Team dynamics;
Negotiation and Conflict Management

Research Interests

Trust and Negotiation;
Diversity and Team Dynamics.

Current Courses

  • Mgmt and Organizational Beh (BADM 310) General analysis of management and organizational behavior from a systems point of view, including classical organizational theory and management, organizational behavior, and management science; environmental forces; planning, organizing, and control processes; motivation, incentives, leadership, communication, and interpersonal relations; and discussion of production and decision-making and mathematical models.

  • Business Dynamics (BUS 201) Introduces College of Business sophomores to the primary functional areas of business and how each functional area relates to comprise a business system. Students will engage in a dynamic simulation to develop an understanding of the interdependencies between the functional areas. The course will also highlight and continue to develop the teamwork and leadership skills required of successful managers.

  • Business in Action (BUS 301) Introduces students to the complexities of business by working on a real organizational problem with an actual client. Students will work with a client to identify, analyze, and present recommendations to solve an organizational problem. Requires students to apply problem-solving skills to uncertain situations as well as build and manage a professional team.

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