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Ms Joey Ng obtained her Bachelor of Business Administration (Honors) in Accountancy from City University of Hong Kong. She received her Master of Human Resource Management from Monash University in Australia. In 2019, she completed her Doctor of Philosophy at University of Nottingham in United Kingdom. Her research interests mainly focus on well-being, human resource management, family business, Chinese management and critical management studies. She has teaching experience at both undergraduate and postgraduate levels in management, international business and management, strategic human resource management and business strategy.  

Her publications include:

Ng, J. (2022). The Successful Chinese Family Businesses: An Archaeological and Anthropological Journey into Well-being. De Gruyter.

Ng, J, & Lau, S. (2021). ‘Build Back Better’ for Chinese Management: An Archaeological Analysis, Paper presented at 5thAcademia-Industry Exchange, IIBG 2021 Conference, Hong Kong, 3 – 4 December 2021.

Ng, J, & Lau, S. (2020). “Is Sustainability Sustainable in Chinese Family Business?  An Ethnographic Study of Chinese Sustainable Lifestyle”, Paper presented at 4th Academia-Industry Exchange, IIBG Symposium 2020, Hong Kong, December 2020.

Ng, J. (2018, August). “Insignificance of well-being in a Chinese context: An anthropological examination”, The 78th Annual Meeting of the Academy of Management, Chicago, Illinois, USA. (Best Doctoral Student Paper Award)

Ng, J. (2017, August). “An archaeological examination across interface: From well-being to good life”, The 77th Annual Meeting of the Academy of Management, Atlanta, Georgia, USA.

Lau, R., Ng, J. Lau, S. (2013, Nov) “The Impact of Leadership and Group Characteristics on Coworker Exchange in an Asian Context”, The Asian Business and Management Conference 2013, Osaka, Japan.

Ng, J., Lau, R. and Lau, S. (2013, June). “Current status and plausible future directions in research on well-being: Towards an anthropology and archaeology”, International Conference on Business and Social Sciences, South Korea.


Research interests

  • Human Resource Management
  • Family Business
  • Chinese Management
  • International Business and Management
  • Business Strategy
  • Well-being


BBA (Hons) [CityU], MHRM [Monash University], PhD [University of Nottingham]



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