Teng Iat (Lawrence) Loi, Ph.D.

Teng lat (Lawrence) Loi faculty portrait
Professional Title
Assistant Professor of Management


  • B.A. and Ph. D in Management from Washington State University

Research Interests

  • Dark sides of Organizational Behavior
  • Business Ethics
  • Leadership

This faculty member is interested in working with students on research.


  • Sheppard, L. D., Loi, T. I., & Kmec, J. A. (2022). Too tired to lean in? Sleep quality impacts women’s daily intentions to pursue workplace status. Sex Roles.
  • Loi, T.I., Feng, Z., Kuhn, K.M., Tripp, T.M. (2021). When and How Underdog Expectations Promote Cheating Behavior: The Roles of Need Fulfillment and General Self-efficacy. Journal of Business Ethics.
  • Loi, T.I., Kuhn, K.M., Sahaym, A., Butterfield, K.D., Tripp, T.M. (2020) From Helping Hands to Harmful Acts: When and How Employee Volunteering Promotes Workplace Deviance. Journal of Applied Psychology. 105(9), 944–958.
  • Loi, T. I., So, A. S. I., Lo, I. S., & Fong, L. H. N. (2017). Does the quality of tourist shuttles influence revisit intention through destination image and satisfaction? The case of Macao. Journal of Hospitality and Tourism Management.

Courses Taught

  • Recruiting and Hiring Human Capital
  • Human Resources Management
  • Principles of Management
  • Leading People and Organizations
  • Business Ethics & Corporate Responsibility