BSocSc (CUHK); MA, PhD (Chicago)
Department of ManagementRoom 826, 8/F
Cheng Yu Tung Building
12 Chak Cheung Street
Shatin, N.T., Hong Kong
+852 3943 7797
Prof. H.Y. Ngo is a Professor at The Chinese University of Hong Kong (CUHK). He graduated from the Faculty of Social Science of CUHK, and obtained his MA and PhD in Sociology at the University of Chicago. He joined the Department of Management of CUHK in 1991. He has a broad research interests, doing research in various areas such as gender studies, labour studies, organisational behaviour, human resource management, and higher education. He has published over 90 articles in more than 40 different academic journals. His current research interests include work life balance, careers, migration, and social issues in Hong Kong. Prof. Ngo also provides various services to the university and the local community on a voluntary base.
Introduction to Business
Gender and Employment
Human Resource Management
Labour Issues in China
- Publications & Working Papers
- Hang-yue Ngo and S. Li (2017), “Chinese Traditionality, Job Attitudes, and Job Performance: A Study of Chinese Employees.” In Evidence-based HRM: A Global Forum for Empirical Scholarship, 5(2), pp.139-150.
- H. M. Liu and Hang-yue Ngo (2017), “The Effects of Gender Role Orientation and Career/ Family Role Salience on Organisational Identifcation and Intention to Leave,” Gender in Management: an International Journal, 32(2), 111-127.
- Anna P. Y. Tsui and Hang-yue Ngo (2017), “Students’ Perceptions of English-Medium Instruction in a Hong Kong University,” Asian Englishes, 19(1), 57-78.
- Hang-yue Ngo, H. M. Liu, and F. Y. L. Cheung (2017), “Perceived Employability of Hong Kong Employees: Its Antecedents, Moderator and Outcomes,” Personnel Review, 46(1), 17-35.
- Anna P. Y. Tsui and Hang-yue Ngo (2016), “Social-Motivational Factors Affecting Business Students’ Cheating Behaviour in Hong Kong and China,” Journal of Education for Business, 91(7), 365-373.
- Anna P. Y. Tsui and Hang-yue Ngo (2016), “Social Perdicators of Business Student Cheating Behaviour in Chinese Societites,” Journal of Academic Ethics, 14(4), 281-296.
- S. Foley, Hang-yue Ngo, and R. Loi (2016), “Antecedents and Consequences of Upward and Downward Social Comparisons: An Investigation of Chinese Employees“, International Journal of Organisational Analysis, 24(1), 145-161.
- X. M. Zheng, J. Yang, Hang-yue Ngo, X. Y. Liu, and W. J. Jiao (2016), ” Workplace Ostracism and Its Negative Outcomes: Psychological Capital as a Moderator,” Journal of Personnel Psychology, 15(4), 143-151.
- E. Fong and Hang-yue Ngo (2016), “Unemployment Patterns of Local-born and Immigrant Youth in Hong Kong,” Journal of Population Research, 33, 243-261.
- H. M. Liu, Hang-yue Ngo, and F. M. C. Cheung (2016), “Work-Family Enrichment and Marital Satisifcation among Chinese Couples: A Crossover-Spillover Perspective,” International Journal of Stress Management, 23(2), 209-231.
- Hang-yue Ngo and S. Li (2016), “Cultural Identity and Adaptation of Chinese Immigrants in Hong Kong,” American Behaviourial Scientist, 60(5-6), 730-749.
- A. J. Xu, R. Loi, and Hang-yue Ngo (2016), “Ethical Leadership Behaviour and Employee Justice Perceptions: The Mediating Role of Trust in Organisation,” Journal of Business Ethics, 134, 493-504.
- Anna P. Y. Tsui, Hang-yue Ngo, and G. A. Postiglione (2015), “A Study of Organisational Identification of Faculty Members in Hong Kong Business Schools,” Journal of Education for Business, 90, 427-434.
- S. Foley, Hang-yue Ngo, R. Loi, and X. M. Zheng (2015), “Gender, Gender Identification, and Perceived Gender Discrimination: An Examination of Mediating Processes in China,” Equality, Diversity and Inclusion: An International Journal, 34(8), 650-665.
- Hang-yue Ngo and S. Li (2015), “Chinese Traditionality and Career Success: Mediating Roles of Procedural Justice and Perceived Job Insecurity,” Career Development International, 20(6), 627-645.
- R. Loi, R. Lam, Hang-yue Ngo, and S. I. Cheong (2015), “Exchange Mechanisms between Ethical Leadership and Affective Commitment,” Journal of Managerial Psychology, 30(6), 645-658.
- Hang-yue Ngo and H. M. Liu (2015), “Work Satisfaction of Chinese Women.” In Handbook on Well-Being of Working Women, edited by M. Connerley and J. Wu, Holland: Springer.
- Hang-yue Ngo and R. Loi (2014), “Antecedents and Outcomes of Perceived Gender Inequity in the Chinese Workplace,” International Journal of Employment Studies, 22(2), 49-78.
- Hang-yue Ngo, R. Loi, and C. Y. Jiang (2014), “Linking HRM Competency to Firm Performance: An Empirical Investigation of Chinese Firms,” Personnel Review, 43(6), 898-914.
- Hang-yue Ngo, M. S. Ji, S. Foley, and R. Loi (2014), “Linking Gender Role Orientation to Subjective Career Success: The Mediating Role of Psychological Capital,” Journal of Career
- Hang-yue Ngo, S. Foley, M. S. Ji, and R. Loi (2014), “Work Satisfaction of Chinese Employees: A Social Exchange and Gender-based View,” Social Indicators Research, 116(2), 457-473.
- Hang-yue Ngo, R. Loi, and S. Foley (2013), “Perceived Job Insecruity, Psychological Capital, and Job Attitudes: An Empirical Investigation in Hong Kong,” International Journal of Employment Studies, 21(1), 58-79.
- Hang-yue Ngo (2013), “Employment Pattern and Income Attainment of Ethnic Minorities in Hong Kong,” Asian Profile, 41(4), 349-360.
- Hang-yue Ngo, Raymond Loi, S. Foley, Xiaoming Zheng, and Lingqing Zhang (2013), “Perceptions of Organisational Context and Job Attitudes: The Mediating Effect of Organisational Identification,” Asia Pacific Journal of Management, 30, 149-168.
- Steven S. Lui and Hang-yue Ngo (2012), “Drivers and Outcomes of Long-term Orientation in Cooperative Relationships,” British Journal of Management, 33, 80-95.
- Hang-yue Ngo, Raymond Loi, and S. Foley (2012), “Human Resource Flexibility in Foreign Subsidiaries: An Empirical Investigation in Hong Kong,” International Journal of Business Studies, 20(1),11-26.
- S. Foley, Hang-yue Ngo, and Raymond Loi (2012), “The Adoption of High Performance Work Systems in Foreign Subsidiaries,” Journal of World Business, 47, 106-113.
- Yui-tim Wong, Chi-sum Wong, and Hang-yue Ngo (2012), “The Effects of Trust in Organisation and Perceived Organisational Support on Organisational Citizenship Behaviour: A Test of Three Competing Models,” The International Journal of Human Resource Management, 23(2), 278-293.
- Hang-yue Ngo (2012), “Women and the Economy.” In Women and Girls in Hong Kong, Current Situations and Future Challenges, 1 ed., pp.43-68.
- Hang-yue Ngo, S. Foley, Raymond Loi, and L. Q. Zhang (2011), “Factors Affecting the Adoption of High Performance Work Systems in Foreign Subsidiaries: An Empirical Investigation in Hong Kong,” International Journal of Employment Studies, 19(2), 1-33.
- Raymond Loi, Hang-yue Ngo, Lingqing Zhang, and V. Lau (2011), “The Interaction Between Leader-Member Exchange and Perceived Job Security in Predicting Employee altruism and Work Performance,” Journal of Occupational and Organisational Psychology, 84, 669-685.
- Chung-ming Lau, Hang-yue Ngo, and Daphne Wing-yee Yiu (2010), “Internationalisation and Organisational Resources of Chinese Firms,” Chinese Management Studies, 4(3), 258-272.
- Raymond Loi and Hang-yue Ngo (2010), “Mobility Norms, Risk Aversion, and Career Satisfaction of Chinese Employees,” Asia Pacific Journal of Management, 27, 237-255.
- Lingqing Zhang, J. Liu, Raymond Loi, Victor Pak-lung Lau, and Hang-yue Ngo (2010), “Social Capital and Career Outcomes: A Study of Chinese Employees,” The International Journal of Human Resource Management, 21(7-9), 1323-1336.
- Hang-yue Ngo, S. Foley, and Raymond Loi (2009), “Family Friendly Work Practices, Organisational Climate, and Firm Performance: A Study of Multinational Corporations in Hong Kong,” Journal of Organisational Behaviour, 30, 665-680.
- Zhengmin Peng, Hang-yue Ngo, Junqi Shi, and Chi-sum Wong (2009), “Gender Differences in Work Commitment of Chinese Workers: An Investigation of Two Alternative Explanations,” Journal of World Business, 44(3), 323-335.
- Raymond Loi, Y. Mao, and Hang-yue Ngo (2009), “Linking Leader – Member Exchange and Employee Work Outcomes: The Mediating Role of Organisational Social and Economic Exchange,” Management and Organisation Review, 5(3), 401-422.
- Hang-yue Ngo, Chung-ming Lau, and S. Foley (2008), “Strategic Human Resource Management, Firm Performance, and Employee Relations Climate in China,” Human Resource Management, 47(1), 73-91.
- Siu-Yun Lui, Hang-yue Ngo, and A. Hon (2006), “Coercive strategy in interfirm cooperation: Mediating roles of interpersonal and interOrganisational trust,” Journal of Business Research, 59, 466-474.
- R. Loi, Hang-yue Ngo, and Sharon Foley (2006), “Linking employees’ justice perceptions to Organisational commitment and intention to leave: The mediating role of perceived Organisational support,” Journal of Occupational and Organisational Psychology, 79, 101-120.
- Y.T. Wong, Hang-yue Ngo, and Chi-sum Wong (2006), “Perceived Organisational Justice, Trust, and OCB: A Study of Chinese Workers in Joint Ventures and State-owned Enterprises,” Journal of World Business, 41(3), 344-355.
- Steven S. Y. Lui and Hang-yue Ngo (2005), “An action pattern framework of inter-firm cooperative process,” Journal of Management Studies, 42(6), 1123-1153.
- Y.T. Wong, Chi-sum Wong, Hang-yue Ngo, and S. Lui (2005), “Different responses to job insecurity of Chinese workers in joint ventures and state-owned enterprises,” Human Relations, 58(11), 1391-1418.
- Sharon Foley, Hang-yue Ngo, and A. Wong (2005), “Perceptions of discrimination and justice: Are there gender differences in outcomes?” Group and Organisation Management, 30(4), 421-450.
- Chung-ming Lau and Hang-yue Ngo (2004), “The HR system, Organisational culture, and product innovation,” International Business Review, 13 (6), 685-703.
- Siu-Yun Lui and Hang-yue Ngo (2004), “The role of trust and contractual safeguards on cooperation in non-equity alliances,” Journal of Management, 30(4), 471-485.
- Kong Wing Clement Chow, Michael Ka-yiu Fung, and Hang-yue Ngo (2001), “Consumption patterns of entrepreneurs in the People’s Republic of China,” Journal of Business Research, 52(2), 189-202.
- Chung-ming Lau and Hang-yue Ngo (2001), “Organisation development and firm performance: A comparison of multinational and local firms,” Journal of International Business Studies, 32(1), 95-114.
- Daniel Turban, Chung-ming Lau, Hang-yue Ngo, Irene Hau-siu Chow, and S. X. Si (2001), “Organisational attractiveness of firms in the People’s Republic of China: A person-Organisation fit perspective,” Journal of Applied Psychology, 86(2), 194-206.
- “A Study on the Working Condition of Male and Female Church Workers in Hong Kong”, awarded by Hong Kong Christian Council, 2001-2002