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- Doctor of Philosophy. Thesis title:The moderating roles of Confucian values and gender on leader–member relationships: a multilevel analysis in the Chinese hotel context.
- Master of Philosophy (first-class honours)
- Master of Management
- Bachelor of Arts
- Supervision of Masters and Doctoral students
- Work Integrated learning (WIL)
- Financial operations for hospitality and tourism
- Human resource management
- Hospitality Leadership
- Cross-cultural learning
- Gender studies
- Airline operations
Wang, P.Q., Kim, P.B., & Milne, S. (2017). Leader–member exchange (LMX) and its work outcomes: The moderating role of gender. Journal of Hospitality Marketing and Management
Wang, P.Q., & Kim, P.B. (2016). The role of gender match and mismatch on staff job satisfaction, organisational commitment, and job performance in the hospitality industry. In 14th APacCHRIE Conference: Crisis Management and Business Continuity in the Tourism Industry
Wang, P.Q. (2015). A multi-level analysis on leader–member relationship differentiation in the hospitality industry
. Auckland, New Zealand. Retrieved from http://www.nztri.org/
Wang, P.Q. (2015). A multilevel analysis of leader–member exchange (LMX) and leader–member guanxi (LMG) in the Chinese hospitality industry. In Proceedings of the 13th Asia Pacific CHRIE Conference
(pp. 16-19). Auckland: AUT.
Wang, P.Q. (2015). “Is it your boss that makes you quit?” Gender differences in hospitality front-line employees’ turnover intentions. In AIRAANZ Conference 2015: Book of Abstracts
(pp. 56). Auckland. Retrieved from http://www.rc44labour.org/airaanz-29th-annual-conference-stream-contemporary-labour-internationalism-theory-and-practice/
Wang, P.Q. (2014). An investigation of how gender moderates the impact of Leader–Member Exchange (LMX) on front-line employees’ work outcomes in the hospitality industry
. (AUT University, Auckland). Retrieved from [ http://aut.researchgateway.ac.nz/handle/10292/7495
Wang, P.Q. (2013). Work relationship quality in different organisational levels: its impact on front-line employees' work outcome in five star hotels
. Auckland, NZ.
Wang, P.Q. (2013). An examination of leader–member exchange (LMX) and leader–leader exchange (LLX) and their impact on employees' turnover intention using gender as a focal moderator. In Cauthe 2013 Conference Proceedings
(pp. 879-881). Christchurch: CAUTHE. Retrieved from http://www.cauthe2013.com/
Wang, P.Q. & Cameron, A. (2012). Searching for the successful hospitality follower. A case study in Followership. In Book of Proceedings: The New Golden Age of Tourism and Hospitality
Vol. Book 2 (pp. 645-649). Melbourne: La Trobe University. Retrieved from https://www.informit.org/product-details/366/CAUTHE2012B/titles
Wang, P.Q. (2011). Hospitality leadership: A Chinese perspective. In Hospitality leadership: A Chinese perspective
(pp. 35 pages). Hong Kong: The Hong Kong Polytechnic University.
Wang, P.Q. (2011). Branding New Zealand to Chinese Tourists: Case Study of Shanghai World Expo. In CAUTHE
. Adelaide South Australia: CAUTHE.
Wang, P.Q. (2010). Forums and blogs analysis on New Zealand's presence in Shanghai World Expo 2010. In Proceedings of the New Zealand Tourism and Hospitality Research Conference, 2010
(pp. 238). : AUT University.