Dr. Guo is a member of the Academy of Management (AoM), International Association
for Chinese Management Research (IACRM), and International Organizations Network (ION) 

-B.A. in English Literature from Sichuan International Studies University in China -MBA
from Oklahoma State University -Ph.D. from the University of Massachusetts Amherst 

Dr. Guo has taught in the areas of Management, Organizational Behavior and International
Management. Her major research interests include the meaning and effects of
organizational justice, entrepreneurial processes, corporate entrepreneurship in emerging
markets, trust perceptions, and organizational change. 

2012 the Wiley Blackwell Management and Organization Review Young Scholar Award 2012
& 2011 the Academy of Management International Management Division Best Reviewer
Award 2011 the Academy of International Business 3rd Annual Emerging Scholar Award in
Women's Entrepreneurship 2009 The Academy of Management International Management
International Management Division Best Paper Award in Organizational Behavior/Human
Resources Management/Organization Theory Best Paper Award in OB/HRM/OT from the
International Management Division at the Academy of Management Annual Conference in 2009
2008-2009 Outstanding Teaching Award from Isenberg School of Management at UMass Amherst



Human Resource Management of International Migrants: Current Theories and Future Research (with Akram Al Ariss), WCOB Faculty Publications (2015)

The topic of international migration has gained increasing importance for organizations as they expand internationally....



The Development of Organizational Capabilities and Corporate Entrepreneurial Processes: The Case of Chinese Automobile Firms (with Crystal X. Jiang and Qin Yang), WCOB Faculty Publications (2014)

Corporate entrepreneurship (CE) has contributed to the rapid growth of emerging-market firms ( EMFs), yet...



The Interaction Between Learning Styles, Ethics Education, and Ethical Climate (with Leanna Lawter and Tuvana Rua), Business Faculty Publications (2014)

The purpose of this paper is to investigate how learning styles and learning spaces interact...



Exploring Career Agency During Self-Initiated Repatriation: A Study of Chinese Sea Turtles (with Emily Porschitz and Jose Alvez), Business Faculty Publications (2013)

Drawing on career and self-initiated expatriation/repatriation literatures, this paper aims to examine the career experiences...



Growth of Women-Owned Businesses: The Effects of Intangible Resources and Social Competence (with Crystal X. Jiang and Monica A. Zimmerman), Business Faculty Publications (2012)

Previous research suggests that women entrepreneurs face many challenges in starting and growing a business....


Contributions to Books


Institutional Environment for Entrepreneurship in Rapidly Emerging Major Economies: The Case of Brazil, China, India, and Korea (with Vishal K. Gupta, Mario Canever, Hyung Rok Yim, Gaganjeet Kaur Sraw, and Ming Liu), Business Faculty Publications (2014)

The country institutional profile (CIP) construct has become the most widely used conceptualization of institutional...



Recruitment: International Cross-Cultural Perspective (with Jane K. Miller), Business Faculty Publications (2013)


‘Going through the Mist’: Early Career Transitions of Chinese Millennial Returnees (with Emily T. Porschitz and José Alves), Business Faculty Publications (2012)

Book abstract:

Millennials, the latest generation to enter the global workforce, are changing the face...



Personalizing Business Ethics Education (with Leanna Lawter and Tuvana Rua), Business Faculty Publications (2011)

This book forms a part of the debate on the development of ethical business leaders...



The Disconnect Between Business Ethics Education and Putting It Into Practice: How Do We Fix It? (with Leanna Lawter and Tuvana Rua), Business Faculty Publications (2011)