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Changing experiences of work dirtiness, occupational disidentification, and employee withdrawal Journal article
Journal of Applied Psychology, 2018,Volume: 103,Issue: 10,Page: 1086-1100
Authors:  Schaubroeck,John M.;  Lam,Long W.;  Lai,Jennifer Y.M.;  Lennard,Anna C.;  Peng,Ann C.;  Chan,Ka Wai
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Dirty Work  Leadership  Occupational Disidentification  Withdrawal Behavior  Work Dirtiness  
Voice More and Stay Longer: How Ethical Leaders Influence Employee Voice and Exit Intentions Journal article
Business Ethics Quarterly, 2016,Volume: 26,Issue: 3,Page: 277-300
Authors:  Long W. Lam;  Raymond Loi;  Ka Wai Chan;  Yan Liu
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China  Ethical Leadership  Exit  Motivation  Voice  Work Engagement  
Leader–member exchange, organizational identification, and job satisfaction: A social identity perspective Journal article
Journal of Occupational and Organizational Psychology, 2014,Volume: 87,Issue: 1,Page: 42-61
Authors:  Raymond Loi;  Ka W. Chan;  Long W. Lam
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Coping with Job Insecurity: The Role of Procedural Justice, Ethical Leadership and Power Distance Orientation Journal article
Journal of Business Ethics, 2012,Volume: 108,Issue: 3,Page: 361-372
Authors:  Raymond Loi;  Long W. Lam;  Ka Wai Chan
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China  Ethical Leadership  Job Insecurity  Power Distance  Procedural Justice