Renmin University of China
School of Labour and Human Resources
Dr. HUANG Wei is an Associate Professor of Labour Relations at the Renmin University of China and Academic Fellow of International Center for HRM at the University of Cambridge. Educated at the University of Cambridge, his research has been concerned with collective bargaining and employee participation, global supply chain and decent work, international labor standards and CSR, NGOs and Social enterprises, and pay system.
Lecturer of Labour Relations, School of Labour and Human Resources, Renmin University of China, Feb 2010- July 2016
Assistant Director, China Institute for Human Capital Audit, 2013- Present
Academic Fellow, International Centre for HRM, University of Cambridge, 2009- Present
Member of Editorial Board, Journal of Industrial Relations (Australian Labour and Employment Relations Association), 2016-Present
Member of Editorial Board, Work, Organization, and Employment Book Series, Springer, 2016- Present
Reviewer for ILR Review, HRM Journal, Human Resource Management, The International Journal of HRM, Journal of Industrial Relations, Leadership and Organisational Development Journal
English Peer-reviewed Journal Articles
Huang, W., (2016) Responsible pay: managing compliance, organizational efficiency and fairness in the choice of pay systems in China¡¯s automotive companies, The International Journal of Human Resource Management, 27, 18: 2161-81.
Huang, W., Li, Y., Wang, S., and Weng, J., (2016) Can ¡®democratic management¡¯ improve labour relations in market-driven China?, Asia Pacific Journal of Human Resources, 54, 2: 230-57.
Wang, S., Huang, W., Gao, Y., Ansett, S., and Xu, S., (2015) Can socially responsible leaders drive Chinese firm performance?, Leadership & Organization Development Journal, 36, 4: 435-50.
English Non-Peer-reviewed Articles
Huang, W., Weng, J., and Hsieh, Y.-C.H., (2016) The Hybrid Channel of Employees¡¯ Voice in China in a Changing Context of Employment Relations, Advances in Industrial and Labor Relations (forthcoming).
Wang, L., Xu, S.Y., Zhang, Y.Q., and Huang, W. , (2014) Is Process as Important as Outcome? Empirical Evidence from the Chinese Context, Frontiers of Business Research in China, 8(4), 529-549.
Zhao, S.M., Zhang, J., Zhao, W., Huang, W., Wright, Chris F., and Lansbury, Russell D., (2007) The Changing Nature of Employment Relations in the Chinese Automotive Industry, Bulletin Comparative Labour Relations 64.
Chinese Journal Articles
Huang, W., Liao, H.Z., and Lin Y. (2014) The Impact of Worker Dispatch Act on Employment Decisions in Japan, Human Resource Development Journal, 13,101-112.
Huang, W., Wei, W., and Sun, H. (2013) The Determination and Employment Intermediary Effect of Minimum Wage in Beijing, Comparative Economic and Social Institutions, 165, 217-227.
Huang, W. and Wei, W. (2013) The Evolution and Transformation of Labour Relations in South Africa in the Post-apartheid Period, Journal of Teaching and Research, 6, 27-38.
Yang, W.G. and Huang, W. (forthcoming) China Central Enterprises¡¯ Strategic Corporate Social Responsibility Audit Report, Renmin University of China Press.
Chandler, David, Werther, Bill, Yang, W.G. and Huang, Wei (2014) Strategic Corporate Social Responsibility: Stakeholders in a Global Enivironment, 3rd Edition (Chinese Version), SAGE and Northeastern University of Finance and Economics Press.
¡°Research Handbook of Comparative Employment Relations¡± by Michael Barry and Adrian Wilkinson (eds) (2011), published on Work, Employment & Society, 28(2), 2014
¡°The Labour Market and Economic Development of Taiwan¡± by Lee,J.S.(ed) (2007), published on Work, Employment & Society, 23(3), September 2009.
World Knowledge Dialogue (WKD) 2011 on "Sustainable Global Supply Chains", Villars-sur-Ollon, Switzerland, Oct 25-28, 2011
Puma CSR Workshop, co-organised by Fair Labour Association and Puma, Lausanne, Switzerland Oct 29-30, 2011
Labour Relations Theory
Trade Union and Collective Bargaining
International Labour Standards and CSR
International and Comparative Employment Relations
Pay and Benefits