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Chen Hao


Full name:Chen Hao 
Position:Shenzhen Peacock Distinguished Associate Professor
College:SZTU Business School  


Personal Profile

Dr. Hao Chen is the Shenzhen Peacock Distinguished Associate Professor, Shenzhen High-level Talent. She earned her Ph.D. Degree in International Management Studies from Naveen Jindal School of Management, University of Texas at Dallas. Before she joined the school, she worked as an Assistant Professor at School of Economics and Management, Tsinghua University. She was a member of SAGE Publishing Mainland China Advisory Board, a visiting scholar at University of Alberta (2015), and an International Faculty Fellow at MIT Sloan (2013).

Hao is currently the director of Business School’s Business Case Center, and an area editor (HR/OB) at She has published more than 20 teaching cases in case centers such as Tsinghua SEM China Business Case Center, Harvard Business Cases etc. She has won international and domestic teaching awards such as Nominee of CEMS Global Leadership Award, Best Teaching Awards (Tsinghua University), Advisor for Best Graduate Thesis (Tsinghua University) etc.

She has been the project leader/member of several research projects funded by organizations such as National Natural Science Foundation of China, Tsinghua University, Chinese multinational enterprises, and listed companies. Her publications are in SSCI and CSSCI journals such as Journal of Business Ethics, Journal of Business Research, Academy of Management Perspectives, International Journal of Human Resource Management, International Journal of Conflict Management, Chinese Management Studies, Management Review, and practitioner journals such as Tsinghua Business Review, CEIBS Business Review, etc. Her English publications have been cited around 700 times at Web of Science core. She has won research awards such as 2019 Transnational Research Award (AOM), 2019 AMP Decade Award, 2013 The Most Impact Paper of 2009-2013 (AMP).

Courses Taught

Undergraduate: Leadership Development for Entrepreneurs, HR Planning, Business English, Business Plan, etc.

Masters/MBA: Cross-Cultural Management, Global Leadership, Management Ethics, HR and Organizational Management, etc.

Ph.D.: Research Methods, Frontier Issues in Human Resource Management

Executive Training: Leadership Development, Corporate Responsibility and Sustainable Development, etc.



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