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Kuok Kei Law

Professor

Kuok Kei Law

Biography

Dr. Kuok Kei Law received his Ph.D. from the City University of Hong Kong in 2011. Prior to joining the NUCB Business School in 2019, he was a Lecturer and an Assistant Professor at the Open University of Hong Kong for nine years. His research interests include knowledge management and human resource management. His work has appeared in internationally renowned journals such as the Journal of Knowledge Management and the European Management Journal.

Research Interests

Knowledge Management, Human Resource Management

Final Education

Ph.D., City University of Hong Kong

Awards & Honours

  • (2024) Outstanding Teaching Award 2023, Undergraduate. KEI
  • (2023) 2022 Teaching Award, NUCB Undergraduate School. Kurimoto Education Institute
  • (2022) AAPBS Case Competition. AAPBS
  • (2022) Teaching Award 2021, Undergraduate. Kurimoto Educational Institute
  • (2021) Outstanding Teaching Award 2020, Undergraduate. Kurimoto Educational Institute

Academic Papers

  • Kuok Kei Law (2023) What Is Next? The Longer-Term Managerial Challenges following COVID-19. Sustainability 15 (18)
  • Kuok Kei Law (2023) The effect of short-term performance fluctuations on long-term performance: evidence from the English Premier League. Team Performance Management 29 (1/2) :1352-7592
  • Kuok Kei Law (2022) Application of learning organization 2.0: a case study of Ricoh Ena Forest Japan. The Learning Organization
  • Kuok Kei Law (2021) Online or Offline? Coaching Media as Mediator of the Relationship between Coaching Style and Employee Work-related Outcomes. Australian Journal of Management
  • Kuok Kei Law (2020) Sustainable HRM: An extension of the paradox perspective. Human Resource Management Review
  • Kuok Kei Law (2020) Knowledge Creation for Whom?. NUCB Insight 9
  • Kuok Kei Law (2020) Do film festivals attract tourists?. Current Issues in Tourism

Grants

  • (2021) The New Normal, The New Research: (Re-)Theorizing the Phenomenon of Remote Working. KAKENHI Primary Researcher