Dr. Mo Ruo
|Research themes||Social hierarchy, leadership, interpersonal relationships at work, social network|
|Teaching department||Sustainable development management: economy, human resources and diversity|
Dr. Mo joined Montpellier Business School as an assistant professor in 2020. He holds a Ph.D. in Organizational Behavior from IESE Business School. During the postgraduate period, he was an exchange doctoral student at Columbia University and Singapore Management University. His research looks at social hierarchy (power and status), interpersonal relationships, and social network from a perspective of social psychology.
Jachimowicz J. M., Mo R., Greenberg A. E., Jeronimus B. & Whillans A. V. 2021. Income more reliably predicts frequent than intense happiness. Social Psychological and Personality Science, 12(7): 1294-1306.
Brion S., Mo R. & Lount Jr RB. 2019. Dynamic influences of power on trust: Changes in power affect trust in others. Journal of Trust Research, 9(1): 6-27.
Mo R. & Leung L. 2015. Exploring the roles of narcissism, uses of, and gratifications from microblogs on affinity‐seeking and social capital. Asian Journal of Social Psychology, 18(2): 152-162.