Gang Wang

Florida State University - Department of Management

Assistant Professor

United States

SCHOLARLY PAPERS

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Scholarly Papers (3)

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Do CEOs Matter to Firm Strategic Actions and Firm Performance? A Meta-Analytic Investigation Based on Upper Echelons Theory

Personnel Psychology 2016, 1-88, Fox School of Business Research Paper 16-001
Number of pages: 88 Posted: 22 Nov 2015 Last Revised: 16 Dec 2016
Florida State University - Department of Management, Florida State University - Department of Management, Temple University - Department of Human Resource Management and Pennsylvania State University - School of Labor and Employment Relations (LER)
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CEO, Firm Performance, Firm Strategic Actions, Meta-Analysis, Upper Echelons Theory

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Linking Job-Relevant Personality Traits, Transformational Leadership, and Job Performance via Perceived Meaningfulness at Work: A Moderated Mediation Model

Journal of Applied Psychology, Forthcoming, Fox School of Business Research Paper No. 17-027
Number of pages: 34 Posted: 13 Sep 2017 Last Revised: 18 Sep 2017
Rachel Frieder, Gang Wang and In‐Sue Oh
Old Dominion University - Management, Florida State University - Department of Management and Temple University - Department of Human Resource Management
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Conscientiousness, extraversion, openness to experience, transformational leadership, meaningfulness

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Board Antecedents of CEO Duality and the Moderating Role of Country‐Level Managerial Discretion: A Meta‐Analytic Investigation

Journal of Management Studies, Vol. 56, Issue 1, pp. 172-202, 2019
Number of pages: 31 Posted: 14 Dec 2018
Florida State University - Department of Management, University of Colorado, Colorado Springs, Northeastern University and Florida State University - Department of Management
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board monitoring, CEO duality, governance substitution, managerial discretion, meta‐analysis