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Elijah Wee
Office: 579
PACCAR Hall

Curriculum vitae:

Foster School of Business
University of Washington
Box: 353226
Seattle, WA 98195

Elijah Wee

Assistant Professor of Management

Education

PhD University of Maryland, College Park (2017)
BA National University of Singapore (2004)

Academic Expertise

creativity
inclusion
innovation
organizational transformation
power
status

Selected Publications

  1. Jolted: How task-based jolts disrupt status conferral by impacting higher and lower status individuals’ generosity
    Journal Article:Wee, E. X. M., Derfler-Rozin, R., & Carson Marr, J., (in press). Journal of Applied Psychology,
  2. Compassion during difficult times: Team compassion behavior, suffering, supervisory dependence, and employee voice during COVID-19
    Journal Article:Wee, E. X. M., & Fehr, R., (2021). Journal of Applied Psychology,
  3. In line and out of the box: How ethical leaders help offset the negative effect of morality on creativity
    Journal Article:Liu, X., Liao, H., Derfler-Rozin, R., Zheng, X., Wee, E. X. M., & Qiu, F., (2020). Journal of Applied Psychology,
  4. Attention to change: A multilevel theory on the process of emergent continuous organizational change
    Journal Article:Wee, E. X. M., & Taylor, M. S., (2018). Journal of Applied Psychology,
  5. Shifting the power balance with an abusive boss
    Journal Article:Liao, H., Wee, E. X. M., & Liu, D., (2017). Harvard Business Review,
  6. Moving from abuse to reconciliation: A power-dependence perspective on how and when a follower may triumph over abusive supervision
    Journal Article:Wee, E. X. M., Liao, H., Liu, D., & Liu, J., (2017). Academy of Management Journal,

PhD Student Collaborators

Giselle Antoine, Young Won Rhee, Shawn Quan

Honors and Awards

Williams A. Owens Scholarly Achievement Award, Society for Industrial and Organizational Psychology (2019)
S. Rains Wallace Dissertation Award, Society for Industrial and Organizational Psychology (2018)
Smith Outstanding Dissertation Award, Robert H. Smith School of Business, University of Maryland (2018)
Alvah H. Chapman Jr. Outstanding Dissertation Award - Finalist (2017)
Allan N. Nash Outstanding Doctoral Student Award, University of Maryland (2017)
Best Paper with Practical Implications Award, Organizational Behavior Division, Academy of Management Meeting (2017)
Ann G. Wylie Dissertation Fellowship, University of Maryland (2017)
Best Paper Award, Organizational Behavior Division, Academy of Management Meeting (2016)
Graduate School's Outstanding Graduate Assistant Award, University of Maryland (2015)
Most Innovative Student Paper Award, Organizational Behavior Division, Academy of Management Meeting (2013)
"Diamond in the Rough" Best Proposal, Managerial and Organizational Cognition Division, Academy of Management Meeting (2012)
Tan Ean Kiam Postgraduate Scholarship (2011)