Song Meng

Personal profile

Name:Song Meng


Degrees:Ph. D

Title:Associate Professor

Current Professional Societies

Member ofAcademy of Management Meeting(AOM), Member of International Association for Chinese Management Research (IACMR).

Research Areas

1. Leadership, Meaningful work, Boundary spanning behavior.

2. Human Resource Management.


1. The Third Prize & Best Demo Award of the 11stteaching basic skills competition for young teachers of Beijing University of technology, 2019;

2. Best Paper Award of Academy of Management Meeting, 2013



Song, M., Gok, K., Moss, S. E., Borkowski, N. (2020). The relationship between perceived dissimilarity and feedback avoidance behavior: Testing a multiple mediation model.International Journal of Conflict Management. (JCR 3)

Moss, S. E. ,Song, M., Hannah, S. T. , Wang, Z. , & Sumanth, J. J. (2019). The duty to improve oneself: how duty orientation mediates the relationship between ethical leadership and followers’ feedback-seeking and feedback-avoiding behavior.Journal of Business Ethics. (FT50, corresponding author)

Wu, C. S. , Zhou, X. X. , &Song, M.. (2016). Sustainable consumer behavior in china: an empirical analysis from the Midwest regions.Journal of Cleaner Production, 134(pt. A), 147-165. (JCR 1)



Song, M., Hu, H. Y.,Wang, Z.,Dong, Y. J. (2020). The positive and negative effects of leader boundary spanning behavior on follower performance.Chinese Journal of Management.

Song, M.,Huang, Z. J., Hu H. Y. & Qi M. (2018). Literature review and future prospect on work meaningfulness.Human Resources Development of China,35(9), 85-96.

Song, M., Wang, Z., & Zhang, H. (2017). Understanding the relation between leader boundary spanning behavior and team innovation: A knowledge management perspective.Management Review, 29(3), 126–135.

Song, M.,Wang, Z., & Sun, J. (2015). How does abusive supervision influence follower feedback avoidance behavior: The role of meaning of work and positive attribution?Forecasting, 34(5), 22–27.

Song, M.,Wang, Z. (2015). Leader developmental feedback and follower feedback avoidance behavior: Test of the underlying mechanism and boundary spanning condition.Chinese Journal of Management,12(12), 1773-1779.

Wang, Z.,Song, M.,Peng, J., & Zhang, Y. (2018). “Leader” or “system”? Understanding the relation between servant leadership, service-oriented human resource management system and service innovation.Management Review. 30(11), 46-67.(corresponding author)

Wang, Z., Xu, H., &Song, M. (2018). How does leader’s behavioral integrity affect follower’s loyalty? An investigation based on traditional Chinese “Bao” culture.Management Review, 30(4), 247–260.(corresponding author)

Wang, Z., &Song, M.(2015). The antecedents and consequences of employee feedback avoidance behavior from the perspective of a coping theory.Science Research Management,36(5): 127-138. (corresponding author)

Wang, Z.,Song, M., Wang, C., & Xu, H. (2015). How does ethical leadership behavior influence follower feedback avoidance behavior? The mediating roles of leader-member exchange and meaning of work.Chinese Journal of Management, 12(1), 96–102. (corresponding author)

Wang, Z., &Song, M. (2014). Rethinking abusive supervision and follower justice: Test of a mediated moderation model.Chinese Journal of Psychological Science, 37(3), 723−728. (corresponding author)

Wang, Z.,Song, M., & Sun, J. (2014). Authentic leadership: Conceptualization, measurement and nomological network.Advances in Psychosocial Science, 22(3), 458–473. (corresponding author)

Wang, Z.,Song, M., & Sun, J. (2014). Do organizations benefit when employees receive supervisory support? The moderating role of supervisors’ organizational embodiment.Economic Management Journal, 35(3), 77–86.

Personal statement

Song Meng is an Associate Professor and Master Student Supervisor in field of Business Administration at the Beijing University of Technology. Her research interests lie in the field of leadership and human resource management. She has presided one National Natural Science Foundation of China project, one Ministry of Education of Humanities and Social Science Project and two projects supported by provincial program. She has published more than 30 SSCI papers and Chinese papers.