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Prof. Riki TAKEUCHI

Prof. Riki TAKEUCHI

Adjunct Professor

mnrikit@ust.hk

Academic qualifications

  • Ph.D. University of Maryland, Major: Human Resource Management, Minor: Organizational Behavior
  • M.S. Purdue University, Human Resource Management
  • B.A. North Carolina State Unviersity, Business Management

 


ACADEMIC AND PROFESSIONAL EXPERIENCE

  • The Hong Kong University of Science and Technology, Department of Management, Adjunct Professor, since Aug 2018; Professor, July 2013 - June 2018, Associate Professor, July 2008 - June 2013, Assistant Professor, November 2003 - June 2008.


PUBLICATIONS

Refereed Journal Publications (Chronological, alphabetical)

  • Takeuchi, R., Li, Y., & Wang, M. 2019. Expatriates’ performance profiles: Examining the effects of work experiences on the longitudinal change patterns. Journal of Management, 45:451-475. (Download here)

  • Takeuchi, R., Way, S., Tian, A. W. 2018. Cross-level effects of support climate: Main and moderating roles. Human Resource Management, 57: 1205-1218. (Download here)

  • Chao, M. M., Takeuchi, R., & Farh, J. L. 2017. Enhancing cultural intelligence: The roles of implicit culture beliefs and adjustment. Personnel Psychology, 70:257-292. (Download here)

  • Glaser, L., Stam, W., & Takeuchi, R. 2016. Managing the risks of proactivity: A multilevel study of initiative and performance in the middle management context. Academy of Management Journal, 59: 1339-1360. (Download here)

  • Maertz, C. P., Jr., Takeuchi, R., & Chen, J. 2016. An episodic framework of outgroup interaction processing: Integration and re-direction for the expatriate adjustment research. Psychological Bulletin, 142: 623-654.

  • Takeuchi, R., Bolino, M., & Lin, C. C. 2015. Too many motives? The interactive effects of multiple motives on organizational citizenship behavior. Journal of Applied Psychology, 100: 1239-1248. (Download here)

  • Chang, S., Jia, L., Takeuchi, R., & Cai, Y. 2014. Do high-commitment work systems affect creativity? A multi-level combinational approach to employee creativity. Journal of Applied Psychology, 99: 665-680. (Download here)

  • Chen, Z., Takeuchi, R., & Shum, C. 2013. A social information processing perspective of coworker influence on a focal employee. Organization Science, 24: 1618-1639. (Download here)

  • Qian, C., Cao, Q., & Takeuchi, R. 2013. Top management team functional diversity and organizational innovation in China: The moderating effects of environment. Strategic Management Journal, 34: 110-120. (Download here)

  • Takeuchi, R., Chen, Z., & Cheung, S. Y. 2012. Applying uncertainty management theory to employee voice behavior: An integrative investigation. Personnel Psychology, 65: 283-323. (Download here)

  • Takeuchi, R., Yun, S., & Wong, K. F. E. 2011. Social influence of a coworker: A test of the effect of employee and coworker exchange ideologies on employees' exchange qualities. Organizational Behavior and Human Decision Processes, 115: 226-237. (Download here)

  • Takeuchi, R. 2010. A critical review of expatriate adjustment research: Progress, emerging trends, and prospects. Journal of Management, 36: 1040-1064. (Download here)

  • Takeuchi, R., Wang, M., Marinova, S. V., & Yao, X. 2009. Role of domain-specific facets of perceived organizational support during expatriation and implications for performance. Organization Science, 20: 621-634. (Download here)

  • Takeuchi, R., Chen, G., & Lepak, D. P. 2009. Through the looking glass of a social system: Cross-level effects of high performance work systems on employees' attitudes. Personnel Psychology, 62: 1-29. (Download here)

  • Moon, H., Kamdar, D., Mayer, D. M., & Takeuchi, R. 2008. Me or we? The role of personality and justice as other-centered antecedents to taking charge within organizations. Journal of Applied Psychology, 93: 84-94. (Download here)

  • Takeuchi, R., Shay, J. P. & Li, J. T. 2008. When does decision autonomy increase expatriates’ adjustment? An empirical test. Academy of Management Journal, 51: 45-60. (Download here)

  • Takeuchi, R., Lepak, D. P., Wang, H., & Takeuchi, K. 2007. An empirical examination of the mechanisms mediating between high performance work systems and the performance of Japanese organizations. Journal of Applied Psychology, 92: 1069-1083. (Download here)

  • Wang, M., & Takeuchi, R. 2007. The role of goal orientation during expatriation: A cross-sectional and longitudinal investigation. Journal of Applied Psychology, 92: 1437-1445. (Download here)

  • Yun, S., Takeuchi, R., & Liu, W. 2007. Employee self-enhancement motives and job performance behaviors: Investigating the moderating effects of employee role ambiguity and managerial perceptions of employee commitment. Journal of Applied Psychology, 92: 745-756. (Download here)

  • Takeuchi, R., Lepak, D. P., Marinova, S. V., & Yun, S. 2007. Nonlinear influences of stressors on spouse and expatriate cultural adjustment. Journal of International Business Studies, 38: 928-943. (Download here)

  • Cao, Q., Maruping, L. M., & Takeuchi, R. 2006. Disentangling the effects of CEO turnover and succession on organizational capabilities: A social network perspective. Organization Science, 17: 563-576. (Download here)

  • Takeuchi, R., Tesluk, P. E., Yun, S., & Lepak, D. P. 2005. An integrative view of international experiences. Academy of Management Journal, 48: 85-100. (Download here)

  • Tekleab, A. G., Takeuchi, R., & Taylor, M. S. 2005. Extending the chain of relationships among organizational justice, social exchange, and employee reactions: The role of contract violations. Academy of Management Journal, 48: 146-157. (Download here)

  • Takeuchi, R., Marinova, S. V., Lepak, D. P., & Liu, W. 2005. A model of expatriate withdrawal-related outcomes: Decision making from a dualistic adjustment perspective. Human Resource Management Review, 15: 119-138. (Download here)

  • Takeuchi, R., Wang, M., & Marinova, S. V. 2005. The antecedents and consequences of psychological workplace strain during expatriation: A cross-sectional and longitudinal investigation. Personnel Psychology, 58: 925-948. (Download here)

Book Chapters

  • Takeuchi, R. 2012. A relational perspective on the employee-organization relationship: A critique and proposed extension. In L. M. Shore, J. A. M. Coyle-Shapiro, & L. E. Tetrick (Eds.), The employee-organization relationship: Applications for the 21st century: 307-331. New York: Routledge.

  • Tarique, I., & Takeuchi, R. 2008. Developing cultural intelligence: The role of non-work international experiences. In S. Ang & L. Van Dyne (Eds), Handbook of cultural intelligence: Theory, measurement, and applications: 56-70. Armonk, NY: M. E. Sharpe.

  • Lepak, D.P., Takeuchi, R., Erhardt, N. L., & Colakoglu, S. 2006. Emerging perspectives on the relationship between HRM and performance. In R. J. Burke & C. L. Cooper (Eds.), The human resources revolution: Why putting people first matters: 31-54. Oxford, UK: Elsevier.

  • Takeuchi, R., Tesluk, P. E., & Marinova, S. V. 2006. Role of international experiences in the development of cultural intelligence. In Subhendudey & V. N. Posa (Eds.), Cultural intelligence: An introduction: 56-91. Hyderabad, India: ICFAI University Press.

  • Takeuchi, R., & Yun, S. 2006. Moderating effects of prior international experience on the relationship between current experiences and expatriate adjustment. In M. A. Rahim (Ed.), Current topics in management, 11: 175-197. New Brunswick, NJ: Transaction Publishers.

Refereed Conference Proceedings

  • Takeuchi, R., Qian, C & Shay, J. 2009. MNC control of foreign subsidiaries: A cross-level theorizing. The Academy of Management Best Paper Proceedings, Chicago.

    • Winner of Samsung Best Paper Award, IM Division at the annual meeting of Acacdemy of Management, 2009.


SELECTED RECENT CONFERENCE PRESENTATIONS

  • Shum, C., Takeuchi, R., & Chen, Z. 2014. A nonlinear relationship between abusive supervision and subordinates' overall job performance. Presented (in the OB division) at the annual meeting of the Academy of Management, Philadelphia, PA.

  • Shum, C., & Takeuchi, R. 2014. Dissonance or strategy? Leaders' social skills and subordinates' reactions to abusive supervision. Symposium paper presented (in the OB division) at the annual meeting of the Academy of Management, Philadelphia, PA.

  • Yun, N. Y., Takeuchi, R., & Chen, Z. 2014. Proactive team innovation: An integrative view of information exchange and supervisor support. Presented (in the OB division) at the annual meeting of the Academy of Management, Philadelphia, PA.

  • Takeuchi, R., Chao, M. M., & Yu, N. Y. 2014. The roles of general and culture specific performance avoidance orientations on sojourner creativity: A four-wave, time-lagged investigation. Presented at the 6th biennial meeting of International Association for Chinese Management Research, Beijing, China.

  • Takeuchi, R., Shum, C., & Lian, H. May, 2014. Leader's and follower's power distance moderating abusive supervision&voice relations. Presented at the 29th annual meeting of the Society for Industrial and Organizational Psychology, Honolulu, HI.

  • Chao, M. M., Takeuchi, R., Farh, J. L., Zhang, Z., & Hong, Y.-Y. August. The role of essentialist beliefs on cultural adjustment and cultural intelligence development. Presented at the annual meeting of the Academy of Management, Orlando, Florida.

  • Chen, J., Takeuchi, R., & Froese, F. 2012. Communication, cross-cultural adjustment, and turnover of expatriates. Presented at the 8th Asia Academy of Management, Seoul, Korea.

  • Yu, N. Y., Takeuchi, R., & Lin, C. C. 2012. Balance mechanism of organizational politics: A socio-political perspective. Presented at the 8th Asia Academy of Management Conference, Seoul, Korea.

    • Winner of the best paper award for the HR track

  • Takeuchi, R., Shum, C., & Chiaburu, D. 2012. A social information processing model of task and contextual performance: Antecedents and consequences. Presented at the annual meeting of the Academy of Management, Boston.

  • Takeuchi, R., Yao, D. J., & Yun, S. 2012. The role of knowledge sharing on employee task performance: The moderating effects of exchange ideology. Presented at the annual meeting of the Academy of Management, Boston.

  • Takeuchi, R., Shum, C., & Chiaburu, D. 2012. Do "contexts" matter? A social information processing model of task and contextual performance: Antecedents and consequences. Presented at the 5th biennial meeting of International Association for Chinese Management Research, Hong Kong, China.

  • Takeuchi, R., Li, J. T., & Shay, J. P. 2012. The roles of subsidiary structure on expatriate outcomes: Moderating effects of global management processes. Presented at the 5th biennial meeting of International Association for Chinese Management Research, Hong Kong, China.

  • Shum, C., & Takeuchi, R. 2011. Antecedents and consequences of employee job performance behaviors: An interactionist approach. Presented at the annual meeting of the Academy of Management, San Antonio, Texas.

  • Shum, C., & Takeuchi, R. 2011. Abusive supervision and employee voice: Integration of social exchange and power/dependence theory. Presented at the annual meeting of the Academy of Management, San Antonio, Texas.

  • Takeuchi, R., Qian, C., & Shay, J. P. 2011. The impact of expatriate leadership behavior on host country national job satisfaction: Cross-level moderating effects of decision autonomy and parent company commitment. Presented at the 9th International Conference on Business, Athens, Greece.

  • Takeuchi, R., & Way, S. A. 2010. Enhancing commitment and performance: The cross-level, double mediation effects. Presented at the annual meeting of the Academy of Management, Montreal, Canada.

  • Yun, S., Takeuchi, R., Lee, S., Park, H. Son, S. Y., Lee, E. H. & Kim, M. S. 2010. Employee self-enhancement motives and organizational citizenship behaviors: Moderating effects of leader-member-exchange and task performance. Presented at the annual meeting of the Academy of Management, Montreal, Canada.


REVIEW ACTIVITIES

  • Associate Editor:

    • Academy of Management Journal, 2013 – present

  • Consulting Editor:

    • Journal of Internatrional Business Studies, 2010 – present

  • Member of Editorial Board:

    • Journal of Applied Psychology, 2008 – present

    • Journal of Global Mobility, 2012 – present

    • Organizational Behavior and Human Decision Processes, 2010 – present

  • Ad hoc Reviewer (partial listing):

    • Human Resource Management

    • Organization Science

    • Personnel Psychology

 


RESEARCH INTERESTS

  • Expatriate Adjustment and International Human Resources Management

    • Work-family conflict and work-nonwork issues

    • Work stress and stressors

    • Social exchange perspectives on expatriate

    • Role of international experience

  • Strategic Human Resources Management

    • High investment HR systems

    • Resource-based view and social exchange

  • Social Exchange Theory

    • Organizational justice and organizational citizenship behaviors

    • Cognitive perspective on organizational citizenship behaviors


FUNDED PROJECTS

  • Principal investigator and recipient of RGC General Research Fund (HK$261,170 for two years), Hong Kong University of Science & Technology, July, 2011 (#HKUST643612: “Social influence of coworkers: Understanding the processes of coworker influence on the employee”).

  • Principal investigator and recipient of RGC General Research Fund (HK$213,814 for three years) with Jeffrey P. Shay, Hong Kong University of Science & Technology, July, 2010 (#HKUST6436/10H: “MNC control of foreign subsidiaries: A cross-level theorizing”).

  • Principal investigator and recipient of SBI (School-Based Initiative) Grant (HK$55,000 for a year), Hong Kong University of Science & Technology, January, 2009 (#SBI08/09.BM13: “Accumulated knowledge on expatriate adjustment: A review and synthesis for way forward”).

  • Principal investigator and recipient of RPC (Research Project Competition) Grant (HK$128,000) with Cheng-Chen Lin, Hong Kong University of Science & Technology, March, 2007.

  • Principal investigator and recipient of RGC Competitive Earmarked Research Grant (HK$486,200) with Sean A. Way, Hong Kong University of Science & Technology, July, 2006.


HONORS AND AWARDS

  • 2018. Fellow of Society for Industrial and Organizational Psychology (SIOP)

  • 2018. Fellow of Association for Psychological Science (APS)

  • 2012. Winner of the best paper award for the HR track at 8th Asia Academy of Management Conference.

    • Yu, N. Y., Takeuchi, R., & Lin, C. C. "Balance mechanism of organizational politics: A socio-political perspective."

  • 2012. Winner of the Allan N. Nash Award for Distinguished Doctoral Graduate, University of Maryland

  • 2011. Winner, Best Ten Lecturers Election (for Fall, 2011 teaching)

  • 2010.  One of twelve recipients of Outstanding Reviewer Award selected from a pool of 144 editorial review board members for Academy of Management Review.

  • 2010.  Winner of the Distinguished Early Career Contributions Award by Society for Industrial & organizational Psychology (SIOP).

  • 2009.  One of sixteen recipients of Outstanding Reviewer Award selected from a pool of over 160 editorial review board members for Academy of Management Journal.

  • 2009.  Winner of IM Division Samsung Best Paper Award at the annual meeting of Acacdemy of Management

    • Takeuchi, R., Qian, C & Shay, J. "MNC control of foreign subsidiaries: A cross-level theorizing."

  • 2009.  Received a "HR Leadership Award" from the World HRD Congress 2009.

  • 2009. Winner, Best Ten Lecturers Election (for Fall, 2009 teaching)

  • 2008.  One of twelve recipients of Outstanding Reviewer Award selected from a pool of 141 editorial review board members for Academy of Management Journal.

  • 2008.  One of the three finalists/runner-ups for the Scholarly Achievement Award for all of the HR-related publications appearing in academic journals in 2007.

    • Takeuchi, R., Lepak, D. P., Wang, H., & Takeuchi, K. "An empirical examination of the mechanisms mediating between high performance work systems and the performance of Japanese organizations."

  • 2008. Winner, Best Ten Lecturers Election (for Fall, 2008 teaching)

  • 2008. Winner, Best Ten Lecturers Election (for Fall, 2007 teaching)