Assistant Professor in Business Intelligence and Analytics
  • Ph.D in Management Information Systems, Hong Kong Polytechnic University, Hong Kong (SAR), China.
  • Mphil in Marketing and International Business, Lingnan University, Hong Kong (SAR), China.
  • B.S in Applied Mathematics, Beijing Institute of Technology, China
  • Assistant Professor, Faculty of Business Administration, University of Macau (Oct. 2022 – present)
  • Postdoctoral Fellow – Department of Information Systems, Hong Kong Polytechnic University (Aug. 2021 – Aug. 2022)
  • Research and Teaching Assistant – School of Hotel & Tourism Management, City University of Hong Kong (Aug. 2015 – Feb. 2017)
  • Information Security
  • Data Breach
  • IT governance
  • Crash risk
  • Event study
  1. Wang, Q. (corresponding author), and Ngai, W.T. Eric, (2020) “Event Study Methodology in Business Research: A Bibliometric Analysis” accepted at Industrial Management & Data Systems (ABS 2; SCI).
  2. Wang, Q. (corresponding author), Chau, C.L. Michael, Peng, C.H., and Ngai, W.T. Eric, (2021) “Using the Anchoring Effect and the Cultural Dimensions Theory to Study Customers’ Online Rating Behaviors” accepted at Information Systems Frontiers (ABS 3; SCI).
  3. Wang, Q. and Ngai, W.T. Eric, “Diversification Strategy, Data Breach Risk, and the Moderating Role of Managerial Ability”, minor revision at The Journal of Strategic Information Systems (ABS 4).