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Angus Yonghen Yao


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PhD anticipated 2011
MBA Management, Concordia University, Canada
BA, Tsinghua University, Beijing, China

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Angus, Yongheng Yao is a PhD candidate (Organizational Behavior) at the John Molson School of Business.  His research interests are in the areas of job stress, pay satisfaction and person-environment fit. 


Research Interests

  • Job Stress (Two dimensional stressors)
  • Pay level satisfaction
  • Person-Environnent fit 
  • Difference scores
  • CEO compensation

Dissertation

The relationship between challenge and hindrance stressors and individual outcomes:  A study of individual differences. Proposal defense has finished.

Selected Research

Conference Proceedings

  • Yao, Y. H. & Jamal, M. 2009. Understanding when challenge stressors lead to negative performance and hindrance ones do not. Proceeding at Eastern Academy Management Association Conference 2009
  • Yao, Y. H., Jamal, M. & Appelbaum, S. 2008. Towards a second generation of P-E fit research in organizational stress.  Proceeding at Southern Management Association Conference 2008

Publications

  • Yao, Y. H. & Appelbaum, S. 2009. CEO compensation as a process and a product of negotiation. Corporate Governance: The International Journal of Business in Society. 9(3): 298-312

Working Paper

  • Yao, Y. H. The relationship between challenge and hindrance stressors and individual outcomes:  A study of individual differences. Concordia University, Montreal
  • Yao, Y. H. A Dual Predictor Model of Pay Level Satisfaction. 2010-present
  • Yao, Y. H. Problems Associated with Difference Scores are essentially Conceptual:  A Middle Range Solution. 2007-present

Conference & Seminar Presentations

  • Yao, Y. H.  2010.  Towards a dynamic perspective of person-environment fit in organizational science.  Presented at Western Academy of Management Conference 2010.  Best PhD student paper nominee.
  • Yao, Y. H.  2010.  Subjective job demand is not isomorphic with job demand.  Presented at Western Academy of Management Conference 2010.
  • Yao, Y. H. & Magnan, M. 2009. Where is the Theory for CEO Compensation? Making Sense of Recent Empirical-based Conclusions about CEO Pay. Presented at Academy of Management Conference 2009.
  • Yao, Y. H. 2008. Honor thy difference scores. Paper presented at Academy of Management Conference 2008.
  • Yao, Y. H., Jamal, M. & Appelbaum, S. 2008. On the three-dimensional fit in organizational stress. Paper presented at Academy of Management Conference 2008.
  • Yao, Y. H., Appelbaum, S., Molz, R., & Magnan, M. 2007. CEO compensation: An organizational behavior perspective. Paper presented in Academy of Management Conference 2007.

Teaching

Concordia University, Montréal, Canada
  • Lecturer–Organizational Behaviour and Theory (2010–2011)

Scholarships & Funding

  • CASA General Research Grants
  • A new millennium student contribution scholarship

Academic Service

  • Reviewer for Academy of Management Conferences, 2008-2010.

Career Experience

  • Regional Component Engineer, Supply Chain Management Division, Celestica, Toronto, 2000-2002.
  • Manager of the Manufacturing Technology Department, Hitachi, China, 1994-1999.