Prof. Rico Long Wai LAM 

Professor in Management
Head of Department of Management and Marketing

Faculty of Business Administration
University of Macau, E22
Avenida da Universidade, Taipa, Macau, China

Contact Information

Room: E22-2061
Telephone: (853) 8822-8883
E-mail: ricolam
  • Ph.D., Management, University of Oregon , USA, 1994
  • M.B.A., Marketing, Michigan State University, USA, 1990
  • B.B.A., Management, Chinese University of Hong Kong, Hong Kong, 1987
  • Vice President, Asia Academy of Management, 2011-2015.
  • Senior Editor, Asia Pacific Journal of Management, 2010-Present
  • Editorial Review Board Member, Journal of Trust Research, 2010-Present.
  • Undergraduate Courses
    • Principles of Management (MGMT102)
    • Strategic Management (MGMT317)
    • Global Strategic Management (MGMT404)
    • Strategic Management of Gaming Industry (GAMM311)
  • Postgraduate Courses
    • Global Business Strategy (IMBB112)
    • Strategic Management in Hospitality Industry (MGMT711)
    • PhD Seminar in Research Methods (MGMT800)
    • Applied Business Research (GMBA710)
  • University of Macau’s Research Grant – “Servant leadership: A study on its trickle-down effect on employee outcomes.”  2012 and 2013.
  • University of Macau’s Research Grant – “Why Do I Speak Up? Insights Into Voice Behavior in Organization.” 2011 and 2012.
  • The Chinese University of Hong Kong’s Direct Research Grant – “What Happens to Performance and Organizational Citizenship Behaviors after Seeking Feedback?”
  • Taiwan National Science Foundation Teaching and Research Grant – “Global Strategic Management.” 2011.
  • Hong Kong Research Grant Council Grant – “Felt Trust and Work Performance”.
  • University of Macau’s Research Grant – “Ethical leadership and employee behavioral outcomes: A study on the underlying mechanisms.” 2010 and 2011.
  • University of Macau’s Research Grant – “A Study of Multiple Identifications in the Workplace.” 2009 and 2010.
  • Research Grant – “Mutual Trust Within Vertical Dyads: Antecedents and Performance Implication.” University of Macau, 2007-08
  • Research Grant – “Chain Organizations: Discretionary Behavior and Local Responsiveness.” University of Macau, 2005.
  • Faculty and Research Support Funds – “Discretionary Behavior of Store Managers and Employees: A Comparison of Global Chain Effectiveness between U.S. and Hong Kong, University of Houston, Clear Lake, 2003.
  • Teaching Award, Global Strategy, The Chinese University of Hong Kong, 2002
  • Teaching Award, Business Policy and Strategy and Business Systems, The Chinese University of Hong Kong, 2001-02.
  • Chiap Hua Cheng’s Foundation Fund — “Management of Franchise Businesses in Hong Kong,” Chinese University of Hong Kong, 2001-02
  • Beta Gamma Sigma Outstanding Scholar, University of Houston – Clear Lake Chapter, 2000.
  1. Lam, L. W., Chuang, A., Wong, C. S. & Zhu, J. N. Y. 2019. “A typology of three-way interaction models: Applications and suggestions for Asian management research.” Asia Pacific Journal of Management, 36 (1): 1-16. (DOI:
  2. Schaubroeck, J. M., Lam, L. W., Lai, J. Y. M., Lennard, A. C., Peng, A. C., & Chan, K. W. 2018. “Changing Experiences of Work Dirtiness, Occupational Disidentification, and Employee Withdrawal.” Journal of Applied Psychology, 103(10): 1086-1100. (DOI: 10.1037/apl0000330)
  3. Lam, L. W., Peng, K. Z., Wong, C. S., & Lau, D. 2017 “Is more feedback seeking always better? LMX moderates the relationship between FSB and performance.” Journal of Management. 43(7): 2195-2217. (DOI: 10.1177/0149206315581661)
  4. Chan, I. C. C., Lam, L. W., Chow, C. W. C. Fong, L. H. N., & Law, R. 2017. “The effect of online reviews on hotel booking intention:  The role of reader-reviewer similarity.” International Journal of Hospitality Management, 66: 54-65. (
  5. Fong, L. H. N., Lam, L. W., & Law, R. 2017. “How locus of control shapes intention to reuse mobile apps for making hotel reservations: Evidence from Chinese consumers.” Tourism Management. 61: 331-342. (DOI: 10.1016/j.tourman.2017.03.002)
  6. Loi, R., Liu, Y., Lam, L. W., & Xu, J. 2016. “Buffering emotional job demands: The interplay between proactive personality and team potency.” Journal of Vocational Behavior. 95: 128-137. (DOI: 10.1016/j.jvb.2016.08.007)
  7. Lam, L. W., Loi, R., & Chan, K. W. 2016 “Voice more and stay longer: How ethical leaders influence employee voice and exit intentions.” Business Ethics Quarterly. 26(3): 277-300. (DOI: 10.1017/beq.2016.30)
  8. Lam, L. W., Liu, Y., & Loi, R. 2016. “Looking intra-organizationally for identity cues: Whether perceived organizational support shapes employees’ organizational identification.” Human Relations. 69(2): 345-367. (DOI:10.1177/0018726715584689)
  9. Zou, H., Chen, X. Y., Lam, L. W., & Liu, X. 2016. “Psychological capital and conflict management in the entrepreneur–venture capitalist relationship in China: The entrepreneur perspective.” International Small Business Journal. 34(4): 446-467.
  10. Xu, A. J., Loi, R. & Lam, L. W. 2015. “The bad boss takes it all: How abusive supervision and leader-member exchange interact to influence employee silence.” Leadership Quarterly. 26: 763-774. (
  11. Loi, R., Lam, L. W., Ngo, H. Y. & Cheong, S. I. 2015 “Exchange mechanisms between ethical leadership and affective commitment.” Journal of Managerial Psychology. 30: 645-658.
  12. Liu, Y., Lam, L. W., & Loi, R. 2014. “Examining Professionals’ Identification in the Workplace: The Roles of Organizational Prestige, Work-Unit Prestige, and Professional Status.” Asia Pacific Journal of Management, 31: 789-810. DOI 10.1007/s10490-013-9364-6
  13. Lam, L. W. & Liu, Y. 2014. “The identity-based explanation of affective commitment.” Journal of Managerial Psychology. 29: 321-320. DOI 10.1108/JMP-02-2012-0036
  14. Loi, R., Chan, K. W., & Lam, L. W. 2014. “Leader-member exchange as antecedent of organizational identification: A social identity perspective.” Journal of Occupational and Organizational Psychology. 87: 42-61. DOI:10.1111/joop.12028
  15. Lau, D. and Lam, L. W., and Wen, S. S. 2014. “Dynamics of Felt Trust at Work: A Self-Conceptual Perspective.” Journal of Organizational Behavior. 35: 112-127. DOI: 10.1002/job.1861
  16. Lai, J. Y. M., Lam, L. W. and Lam, S. S. K. 2013. “Organizational citizenship behavior in work groups: A team cultural perspective.” Journal of Organizational Behavior, 34: 1039-1056. DOI: 10.1002/job.1840
  17. Lam, L. W., Loi, R., and Leong, C. 2013. “Reliance and disclosure: How supervisory justice affects trust in supervisor and extra-role performance.” Asia Pacific Journal of Management, 30: 231-249.
  18. Lai, J. Y. M., Chan, K. W. & Lam, L. W. 2013. “Defining who you are not: The roles of moral dirtiness and occupational and organizational disidentification in affecting casino employee turnover intention.” Journal of Business Research, 66:1659-1666
  19. Lam, L. W. 2012. “Impact of Competitiveness on Salespeople’s Commitment and Performance.” Journal of Business Research, 65: 1328-1334.
  • Certified Facilitator, Zenger-Miller Inc., 1995
  • Member, The Academy of Management, 1991-Present
  • Member, Strategic Management Society, 1991-Present
  • “Officials ‘to blame’ for job fears.” Newspaper interview by the South China Morning Post, July 4, 2013.
  • “The profession of human resource management.” Invited Presentation on Career Talk by Tertiary Education Service Office (GAES, Gabinete de Apoio ao Ensino Superior), Government of Macau, Nov. 4, 2012.
  • “Fewer jobs for HK people in Macau.” Newspaper interview by the South China Morning Post, Oct. 1, 2012.
  • “澳門通將接受銀聯閃付卡付費.” Radio Interview by 澳門電台, March 6, 2012
  • “Luxury goods consumption by Mainlanders in Macau.” TV interview by TDM English News from 13:08 to 13:45 (, Feb. 10, 2012.
  • Macau Prime Awards for Service Excellence 2008.” Panel Judge, 2008.
  • “Macau Human Resource Forum.” Panel discussant for the American Chamber of Commerce in Macau, 2008.
  • “Market Survey on Customer Satisfaction.” Consultancy for Direcção dos Serviços de Regulação de Telecomunicações (Bureau of Telecommunications), Government of Macau, 2007.