Dr. Pingshu Li
Pingshu (Ping) Li got his doctoral degree in Organizational Behavior & Human Resource Management from the School of Business, University of Kansas.
Areas of Expertise
- strategic HRM and Human Capital, Employee compensation, Prosocial Motivation, and multilevel modeling
- PhD, Management, University of Kansas, 2016
- MS, Human Resource Management, Marquette University, 2010
- Pingshu Li, Clint Chadwick, and Zhen Zhang. "Not Seeing Eye to Eye: Variability between Managers’ and Employees’ Perceptions of HR Practices," Academy of Management Proceedings. 2017, no. 1 2017: 16556.
- Pingshu Li and James Guthrie. "Collective Turnover: The Loss of Human Capital and Stars," Academy of Management Proceedings. 2016, no. 1 2016: 18059.
- Carol Flinchbaugh, Marcus Valenzuela, and Pingshu Li. "Developing employee socio-technical flexibility in a multigenerational workforce," Journal of Management & Organization (2016): 1–16.
- Janice Super, Pingshu Li, Ghadir Ishqaidef, and James Guthrie. "Group rewards, group composition and information sharing: A motivated information processing perspective," Organizational Behavior and Human Decision Processes 134, (2016): 31–44.
- Carol Flinchbaugh, Pingshu Li, Matthew Luth, and Clint Chadwick. "Team-level high involvement work practices: investigating the role of knowledge sharing and perspective taking," Human Resource Management Journal 26, no. 2 (2016): 134–150.
- Carol Flinchbaugh, Matthew Luth, and Pingshu Li. "A challenge or a hindrance? Understanding the effects of stressors and thriving on life satisfaction.," International Journal of Stress Management 22, no. 4 (2015): 323.
- Minjie Huang, Pingshu Li, Felix Meschke, and James Guthrie. "Family firms, employee satisfaction, and corporate performance," Journal of Corporate Finance 34, (2015): 108–127.
- Chun Xu, JJ Warsh, Pingshu Li, F Macciardi, J Kennedy, I Yoon, B Hughes, and R Cooke. "Association of the putative bipolar disorder susceptibility gene, TRPM2, with bipolar II disorder," INTERNATIONAL JOURNAL OF NEUROPSYCHOPHARMACOLOGY. 7, 2004: S357–S357.
- Pingshu Li and James Guthrie. "Survivor Syndrome," Wiley Encyclopedia of Management .
- MGMT 3366 01R - Recruitment and Selection:
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- MGMT 3362 01R - Human Resource Management:
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SUMMER II 2017