Xingye (Alyssa) Liang
Visiting Assistant Professor of Organizational Behavior
Area of Expertise:
Entrepreneurship, Organizational Behavior, Team Development
Entrepreneurship; Dark Personality Traits; Organizational Behavior; Creativity and Innovation
- "How Social Stressors at Work Influence Marital Behaviors at Home: An Interpersonal Model of Work-Study Spillover", Journal of Occupational Health Psychology, with H. Pluut, R. Ilies, R. Su
- "Educated and happy: A four-year study explaining the links between education, job fit, and life satisfaction", Applied Psychology: An International Review, Issue 1, 150-176, with R. Ilies, J. Yao, P. Curseu, 2019
Alyssa enjoys fitness training, spy movies, and a dram of well-crafted Scotch.
Alyssa’s research lies at the intersection of entrepreneurship and organizational behavior, with a particular focus on how dark personality characteristics manifest themselves in the entrepreneurial process. Prior to pursuing her PhD, Alyssa was an entrepreneur and had started two businesses.
PhD 2019, National University of Singapore
M.Sc. 2013, Singapore Management University
BA 2012, East China University of Political Science and Law