The scientist’s investigation covers issues in Social psychology, Business ethics, Job satisfaction, Sample and Organizational commitment. His research on Social psychology frequently links to adjacent areas such as Multilevel model. He works mostly in the field of Business ethics, limiting it down to concerns involving Labour economics and, occasionally, Pay satisfaction and Demographic economics.
His research in Job satisfaction intersects with topics in Mental health and Type A and Type B personality theory. His research investigates the link between Sample and topics such as Scale that cross with problems in Educational technology and Meaning. His Organizational commitment study incorporates themes from Organizational effectiveness and Organizational learning.
His primary areas of study are Social psychology, Job satisfaction, Business ethics, Scale and Sample. He integrates Social psychology and Protestant work ethic in his research. Thomas Li-Ping Tang usually deals with Job satisfaction and limits it to topics linked to Public sector and Private sector.
He integrates several fields in his works, including Business ethics and Context. He has included themes like Higher education, Labour economics and Pay satisfaction in his Sample study. His Task research focuses on Goal setting and how it relates to Set.
His primary areas of investigation include Social psychology, Business ethics, Context, Scale and Job satisfaction. His study on Social psychology is mostly dedicated to connecting different topics, such as Counterintuitive. His work carried out in the field of Business ethics brings together such families of science as Social intelligence, Pygmalion effect, Materialism, Cognition and Formative assessment.
His studies in Cognition integrate themes in fields like Religiosity and Perception. His Job satisfaction research integrates issues from Public sector, Public service motivation and Coping. His Public service motivation research focuses on subjects like Job attitude, which are linked to Moderation.
His scientific interests lie mostly in Social psychology, Business ethics, Temptation, Consumer behaviour and Context. As a part of the same scientific study, he usually deals with the Social psychology, concentrating on Panel data and frequently concerns with Structural equation modeling. The Business ethics study combines topics in areas such as Developmental psychology, Critical thinking, Self-fulfilling prophecy and Human capital.
His Temptation study integrates concerns from other disciplines, such as Meaning, Formative assessment and Self-control. His Consumer behaviour research incorporates elements of Juvenile delinquency, Social control theory, Altruism and Dishonesty. His Moderation study also includes fields such as
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An Examination of Organizational Trust Antecedents
Jacqueline A. Gilbert;Thomas Li-Ping Tang.
The meaning of money revisited
Thomas Li‐Ping Tang.
Journal of Organizational Behavior (1992)
Income, money ethic, pay satisfaction, commitment, and unethical behavior: Is the love of money the root of evil for Hong Kong employees?
Thomas Li Ping Tang;Randy K Chiu.
Distributive and Procedural Justice as Related to Satisfaction and Commitment.
Thomas Li-Ping Tang;Linda J. Sarsfield-Baldwin.
Job satisfaction and organizational citizenship behavior (OCB): Does team commitment make a difference in self‐directed teams?
David A. Foote;Thomas Li‐Ping Tang.
The development of a short Money Ethic Scale: Attitudes toward money and pay satisfaction revisited
Thomas Li-Ping Tang.
Intelligence Vs. Wisdom: The Love of Money, Machiavellianism, and Unethical Behavior across College Major and Gender.
Thomas Li-Ping Tang;Yuh-Jia Chen.
Retaining and motivating employees
Randy K. Chiu;Vivienne Wai‐Mei Luk;Thomas Li‐Ping Tang.
Antecedents of Organizational Citizenship Behavior Revisited: Public Personnel in the United States and in the Middle East
Thomas Li-Ping Tang;Abdul Hamid Safwat Ibrahim.
Does moral leadership enhance employee creativity? Employee identification with leader and leader–member exchange (LMX) in the Chinese context.
Qinxuan Gu;Thomas Li-Ping Tang;Wan Jiang.
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