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Dr. XIAO Shujuan

Ph.D (Macquarie University)
Post-doctoral fellow

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Dr. Shujuan Xiao gained her PhD degree in Social Issues in Management in Macquarie University. The PhD thesis investigated the traditional philosophical foundations for Corporate Social Responsibility (CSR) in East Asia Region. The thesis empirically demonstrated the strong influence of philosophical values embedded in Confucianism, Legalism, and Taoism in driving employees’ attitudes and intention to behave on CSR issues. Before joining The Centre for Civil Society and Governance at HKU, Shujuan has been a Guest Lecture and teaching assistant of the subject Chinese Business and Economy in the Faculty of Business and Economics, The University of Melbourne. She also worked as a Senior Research Assistant during her PhD on the project examined the relationship between HRM practices and occupational health and safety (OHS) performance in the mining industry in Australia. Shujuan is actively engaged in social issues research and have presented her research on the Academy of Management Annual Meetings. She currently involved in the project “Community-based Innovations for Sustainable Hong Kong 2030-2050” supported by HSBC which covers a wide range of research area including management, public policy, sustainability, and social entrepreneurship. Shujuan is passionate in developing further research in the field of social entrepreneurship and sustainability through cross-discipline cooperation.

 

 

Education

2013-2018 Macquarie University, Sydney Australia
Ph.D. in Social Issues in Management

 

2010-2013 Guangdong University of Foreign Studies, Guangzhou China
J.M. in Business and Commercial Law

 

2006-2010 Jiangxi Normal University, Nanchang China
B.A. (Honors) in English Language and Literature

 

Academic Career

2019-present The University of Hong Kong
Centre for Civil Society and Governance
Post-doctoral fellow

2018-2019 The University of Melbourne
Faculty of Business and Economics
Guest Lecture and Teaching Assistant

 

2017-2018 Macquarie University
Faculty of Business and Economics
Senior Research Assistant

 

Current Projects

Community-based Innovations for Sustainable Hong Kong 2030-2050 (supported by HSBC)

Philosophical Approach to Corporate Social Responsibility: The Implication from Traditional Philosophies in China

 

 

Selected Publications

Zhou, X., & Xiao, S., [2013], “The Legal Regulation of Chinese Informal Finance”, Contemporary Economics, 2013, Issue 23, p 142-145.

Xiao, S., & Cummings, L. S., [2014], “A Theoretical Framework for what Chinese Corporate Social Responsibility Should Constitute: Implication from Three Chinese Philosophies”, 5th World Business Ethics Forum conference proceedings.

Xiao, S., Baumann. C., & Cummings. L.S., [2017], “Philosophical drivers of Corporate Social Responsibility (CSR) in East Asia: the role of Confucianism, Taoism and Legalism”, 7th Annual Australasian Business Ethics Network (ABEN) Conference proceedings.

Xiao, S., Cummings. L.S., and Baumann. C., [2018], “Corporate Social Responsibility (CSR) in East Asia: Visualizing the Latent Themes and Connections between Semantic Concepts”, the 78th Academy of Management Annual Meeting proceeding

Xiao, S., Cummings. L.S., and Baumann. C., [2019], Philosophical Approach to Corporate Social Responsibility (CSR): the role of Confucianism, Taoism and Legalism, the 79th Academy of Management Annual Meeting proceeding