Shea Fan

Shea X. Fan’s research focuses on how identity influences people’s perceptions in daily interactions. Specifically, she investigates this phenomenon in the context of culturally or ethnically diverse work environment. She aims to identify new psychological theories and mechanisms to test empirically how identity works and also strives to develop identity theory through qualitative research methods. Her research has been published in Human Resource Management, Journal of World Business, Applied Psychology: An International Review, the International Journal of Human Resource Management and the Conversation.

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2 pages and blog posts

Managing expatriates' identity: subtle desire, big impact
01 Nov 2018 - Shea Fan
Highlights the key findings of the exciting work on ethnic identity and expatriation by one of my former PhD students Shea Fan

Turning ethnic similarity traps into social advantages
02 Apr 2021 - Shea Fan
Introducing Shea Fan's work on the double-edged sword of ethnic similarity, similarity traps and similarity advantages