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NUST BUSINESS SCHOOL (NBS)
Dr. Hussain Tariq (HEC Pakistan – Approved PhD Supervisor)
Assistant Professor
Management & HR

NBS
National University of Sciences and Technology (NUST)
NUST Business School, H-12 Sector, Islamabad
Tel : +92-51-90853212

Specialization
Organisational Behaviour and Human Resource Management

Education
Ph.D in Business Administration from University of Science & Technology of China, China; MS in Management from National College of Business Administration & Economics, Lahore, Pakistan; MBA from Quaid-i-Azam University, Islamabad, Pakistan

Dr. Hussain Tariq is serving as Assistant Professor in Organisational Behaviour and Human Resource Management at NUST Business School. He received his Ph.D in Business Management from Department of Business Administration, School of Management, University of Science & Technology of China. His research focuses on the root of destructive leader behaviours, structures, and practices that enhance teamwork and collective motivations in organisations.​​​

Dr. Hussain Tariq’s research areas examine how various organisational cultural elements such as values, frames and narratives shape individuals’ performance and behaviours as well as their social relationships. In one stream, Dr. Hussain Tariq looks at how individuals’ understanding and use of organisational culture affect their performance, including their creativity, conflict management skills and career attainment. In another stream, he focuses on values and examines how personal and organisational values shape individual behaviours, from building and maintaining relationships to making ethical decisions at work. Dr. Hussain Tariq uses various methods, from computational linguistics and social network analysis to field experiments. Moreover, Dr. Hussain Tariq has received several research excellence awards such as “2016 Annual evaluation for research performance.”  

Accepted/Published papers

  • Tariq, H., Weng, Q., Ilies, R., & Khan, A. K. (early cite). Supervisory abuse of high performers: A social comparison perspective. Applied Psychology, 0(0), 00-00. (Impact Factor: 3.265; ABDC Journal Quality list: A)
  • Shillamkwese, S., Tariq, H., Obaid, A., Weng, Q., & Thomas, G., (early cite). It's Not Me, It's You: Testing a Moderated Mediation Model of Subordinate Deviance and Abusive Supervision through the Self-Regulatory Perspective, Business Ethics: A Europeon Review. (Impact Factor: 2.919; ABDC Journal Quality list: B) 
  • Tariq, H., & Weng, Q., Thomas, G., Obaid, A., & Hassan, W. (early cite). Another sleepless night: Does a leader’s poor sleep lead to subordinate’s poor sleep? A spillover/crossover perspective, Journal of Sleep Research. (Impact Factor: 3.432)
  • Ahmad, B., Tariq, H., & Weng, Q., Sohail, N., Samual, S. (2019). When a Proximate Starts to Gossip: Instrumentality Considerations in the Emergence of Abusive Supervision, Employee Relations. The International Journal. 41(5), 851-875. Doi: 10.1108/ER-08-2018-0225 (Impact Factor: 1.496; ABDC Journal Quality list: B)
  • Butt, H., Tariq, H., Weng, Q., & Sohail, N. (2019). I See You in Me, and Me in You: The Moderated Mediation Crossover Model of Work Passion. Personnel Review, 48(5), 1209-1238. Doi: 10.1108/PR-05-2018-0176 (Impact Factor: 1.362; ABDC Journal Quality list: A)
  • Hongbo, L., Waqas, M., & Tariq, H. (2019). From victim to saboteur: Testing a moderated mediation model of perceived undermining, state hostility, and service sabotage. Journal of Service Theory and Practice, 29(1), 2-21. doi: 10.1108/JSTP-02-2018-0030. (Impact Factor: 2.363; ABDC Journal Quality list: A)
  • Tariq, H., & Weng, Q. (2018). Accountability breeds response-ability: Instrumental contemplation of abusive supervision. Personnel Review, 47(5), 1019-1042. doi: 10.1108/PR-05-2017-0149. (Impact Factor: 1.362; ABDC Journal Quality list: A)
  • Tariq, H., & Ding, D. (2018). Why am I still doing this job? The examination of family motivation on employees’ work behaviors under abusive supervision. Personnel Review, 47(2), 378-402. doi: 10.1108/PR-07-2016-0162. (Impact Factor: 1.362; ABDC Journal Quality list: A)
  • Sattar, M. A., Rasheed, M. I., Khan, I. U., Tariq, H., & Iqbal, J. (2017). Why adaptable individuals perform better: The role of orientation to happiness. Australian Journal of Career Development, 26(3), 134-141. doi: 10.1177/1038416217724516. (ESCI; ABDC Journal Quality list: B)
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    Working papers

  • Subhan, M., Tariq, H., Weng, Q. (under review). Oops. Can’t Stop Eating My Feelings: Testing of Moderated Mediation Model of Abusive Supervision and Overeating Behavior.
  • Butt, H., Tariq, H., & Weng, Q. (under paper). Work Passion and Relational Energy at Work: Testing a Moderated Mediation Model of Work Passion through a Cross-Cultural Lens.
  • Kashmala, Butt, H., Tariq, H., & Weng, Q. (under review). Loaded with knowledge, yet green with envy: Testing the relation between Coworker’s Leader-Member Exchange and Knowledge Hiding Behavior with a Social Comparison Lens.
  •  Chaired Conference Sessions

  • ​​Tariq, H., & Weng, Q. (2019). Chaired the Paper session titled: “Expanding Our Understanding of Leadership Influences” at the 79th Annu​al Meeting of the Academy of Management, Boston, Massachusetts, US. ​
  • Conference Presentations

  • Tariq, H., & Malik, M.J. (upcoming). “You’re the butcher or you’re the cattle.” Testing a moderated mediation model of when and how subordinate’s behavior instigates abusive supervisionPaper will present at the 33rd annual Australian & New Zealand Academy of Management (ANZAM) Conference, Cairns, Queensland, Australia.
  • Tariq, H., Weng, Q., Malik, M.J. (upcoming). What I experienced yesterday is who I am today: A multi-wave daily diary study of the effects of off-the-job experiences on abusive supervision. Paper will present at the 33rd annual Australian & New Zealand Academy of Management (ANZAM) Conference, Cairns, Queensland, Australia.
  • Tariq, H., & Weng, Q. (2019). Another sleepless night: Does a leader’s poor sleep lead to subordinate’s poor sleep? A spillover/crossover perspective. Paper presented at the 79th Annual Meeting of the Academy of Management, Boston, Massachusetts, US.
  • Tariq, H., Ding, D., Sohail, N., & Ahmed, B. (2016). Does Transformational Leadership Influence Employee Behavioral Outcomes (i.e., Task Performance) with Mediating Effects of Psychological Empowerment, Intrinsic Motivation and Job Satisfaction? Paper presented at the 33rd Euro-Asia Management Studies Association (EAMSA) Annual Conference, International Business School Suzhou at Xi’an Jiaotong-Liverpool University, China.
  • Before joining NUST Business School, Dr. Hussain taught at Sch​ool of Management, University of Science & Technology of China, Hefei, China for 1 year from July 2017 to July 2018 as a Post-doc research fellow. In line with this, he has worked for FAST Track in the capacity of Visiting Lecturer in Huainan Normal University and Anhui Financial Training Vocational Collage, China for 2 years from June 2015 to June 2017. Moreover, he has also taught at College of Commerce, Government College (GC) University, Faisalabad, Pakistan for 3 years from 2011 to 2013 as a Lecturer.