Dr. Zhu Zhu

Assistant Professor | Management | Feliciano School of Business
Location: 448
Telephone: 973-655-3255
Fax: 973-655-7678
Email: zhuz@montclair.edu

Biography

Zhu Zhu (PhD, CUNY-Baruch) is an Assistant Professor of Strategy at Feliciano School of Business, Montclair State University. Her research interests revolve around applying network theory and relational perspectives to corporate governance, especially in the context of international management. She has six years of industry experience in promoting international cultural exchange with a focus on contemporary and postmodern fine art.

Expertise

Corporate governance, Board interlock, Network theory, International business, Business ethics

Education

  • Ph D, Business - Strategic Management, 2016, Zicklin School of Business - Baruch College, CUNY, One Bernard Baruch Way, New York, NY 10010
  • MS, Business - Management, 2012, Zicklin School of Business - Baruch College, CUNY, One Bernard Baruch Way, New York, NY 10010
  • BA, Economics, Anthropology, 2010, Macaulay Honors College - CUNY

Honors and Awards

  • John A. Elliott Teaching Award , Zicklin School of Business. (October 2013).
  • Hortense Powdermaker Award , Queens College, City University of New York. (May 2010).
  • Young Scientist Honoree , Queens College, City University of New York. (December 2009).

Refereed Published Articles

  • Kessler, S., Lucianetti, L., Pindek, S., Zhu, Z., Spector, P. (2020). Job satisfaction and firm performance: Can employees’ job satisfaction change the trajectory of a firm’s performance?. Journal of Applied Social Psychology, 50 (10), pp. 563-572.
  • Lu, F., Kwan, H., Zhu, Z. The Effects of Family Firm CEO Traditionality on Successor Choice: The Moderating Role of Socio-Emotional Wealth. Family Business Review,
  • Wu, T., Zhu, Z. (2020). The chief project officer: a new executive role for turbulent times. Journal of Business Strategy,
  • Zhu, Z., Lu, F. (2020). Family Ownership and Corporate Environmental Responsibility: The Contingent Effect of Venture Capital and Institutional Environment. Journal of Risk and Financial Management, 13 (110), pp. 18.
  • Rigolizzo, M., Zhu, Z. (2020). Motivating Reflection Habits and Raising Employee Awareness of Learning. Evidence-based HRM, 8 (2), pp. 161-175.
  • Zhou, W., Zhu, Z., Vredenburgh, D. (2020). Emotional Intelligence, Psychological Safety, and Team Decision Making. Team Performance Management, 26 (1/2), pp. 123-141.
  • Aytug, Z., Rothstein, H., Kern, M., Zhu, Z. (2017). Is There Social Consensus Regarding Researcher Conflicts of Interest?. Ethics & Behavior,
  • Shi, W., Sun, S., Yan, D., Zhu, Z. (2017). Institutional Fragility and Outward Foreign Direct Investment from China. Journal of International Business Studies, 48 (4), pp. 452-476.
  • Chugh, D., Kern, M., Zhu, Z., Lee, S. (2014). Withstanding Moral Disengagement: Attachment Security as an Ethical Intervention. Journal of Experimental Social Psychology, 51 pp. 88-93.
  • Kopelman, R., Chiou, A., Lipani, L., Zhu, Z. (2012). Interpreting the Success of Zappos, Four Seasons, and Nordstrom: Customer Centricity is but One-Third of the Job. Global Business and Organizational Excellence, 31 (5), pp. 20-35.

Published Proceedings

  • Rigolizzo, M., Zhu, Z. (2020). The Ebb and Flow of Learning Motivation. : Academy of Management Proceedings. Refereed
  • Zhu, Z., Lyu, F., Zhu, L. When Do Politically Connected Firms Use Their Cash on Innovation? The Contingent Effect of China’s Anti-Corruption Policy. : Academy of Management Annual Meeting Proceedings. Refereed
  • Zhu, Z. (2018). Board-Performance Linkage Revisited: A Relational Pluralistic Perspective. : Eastern Academy of Management Conference Proceedings. Refereed