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LIN, Bilian

Title:

Assistant Professor

Education Background

Doctor of Philosophy (Management) The Chinese University of Hong Kong

Master of Philosophy (Applied Psychology) Sun Yat-Sen University

Bachelor (Pharmacy) Sun Yat-Sen University

Research Field
Creativity, Underemployment, Creative deviance
Email

linbilian@cuhk.edu.cn


Academic Publications:


1. Lin, B., Law, K. S., & Zhou, J. (2016). Why Is Underemployment Related to Creativity and OCB? A Task Crafting Explanation of the Curvilinear Moderated Relations. Academy of Management Journal. (In Press)

2. Davidson, T., Van Dyne, L., & Lin, B. (2017). Too Attached to Speak Up? It Depends: How Supervisor-Subordinate Guanxi and Perceived Job Control Influence Upward Constructive Voice. Organizational Behavior and Human Decision Processes. (In Press).

3. Lin, B., Mainemelis, C., & Kark, R. (2015). Leaders' responses to creative deviance: differential effects on subsequent creative deviance and creative performance. Leadership Quarterly. (In Press). Available online 26 September 2015.

4. Zhang, J., Law, K. S., & Lin, B. (2016). You think you are big fish in a small pond? Perceived overqualification, goal orientations, and proactivity at work.Journal of Organizational Behavior, 37, 61–84.