Dr. WONG Siu Kuen, Ricky 黃紹權博士
Dr WONG Siu Kuen, Ricky (黃紹權博士)
BEng (Hons) (University College London)
MSc (London School of Economics and Political Science)
PhD (London School of Economics and Political Science)

Associate Head and Associate Professor
Department of Supply Chain and Information Management
BMSIM Programme Director

Tel : (852) 3963 5458


Dr Wong joined The Hang Seng University of Hong Kong in August 2012. Before he joined the University, he worked with the Department of Economics, Management and Marketing at Tung Wah College. He received a Ph.D. from the London School of Economics and Political Science where he worked in Department of Management and Institute of Methodology. He was responsible for teaching Bachelor and MSc. courses such as Negotiation Analysis, Quantitative Analysis I and Quantitative Analysis II. He was also a consultant at Detica (BAE), working on projects that investigated money-laundering activities, insider/agent frauds, fraudulent insurance claims for financial institutions in the UK.

Research interestSelected publicationsConference presentationsAwardsPapers under reviewWorking paperGrants received
TopResearch interest
  • Negotiation Theory
  • Psychology of Judgement and Decision Making
  • Supplier Evaluation and Selection
  • Experimental Research Design
  • Game Theory
TopSelected publications
  • Wong, R. S. (2020). An Alternative Explanation for Attribute Framing and Spillover Effects in Multidimensional Supplier Evaluation and Supplier Termination: Focusing on Asymmetries in Attention. Decision Sciences, Accepted.
  • Wong, R. S., Osman, M, Wong, W. H., Lin, Y. and Ho, K. (2019). Saving for a better retirement: How risk attitudes affect choice of retirement scheme, Psychological Reports, 122(1), 305-322.
  • Wong, R. S. and Howard, S. (2018). Think twice before using door-in-the-face tactics in repeated negotiation: Effects on negotiated outcomes, trust and perceived ethical behaviour, International Journal of Conflict Management, 29(2), 167-188.
  • Wong, R. S. and Howard, S. (2017). Blinded with power: Untangling the inconsistencies of mixed results regarding power and efficiency in Negotiation, Group Decision and Negotiation, 26(2), 215-245.
  • Cheung, T., Wong, W. H., Wong, R. S. & Zhu J. (2016). Does online group buying benefit or destroy retail businesses? International Journal of Business and Economics, 15(1), 1-16.
  • Wong, R. S. (2015). The Hidden Costs of the Door-in-the-face Tactic in Negotiations, Lecture Notes in Business Information Processing, 218, 61-74.
  • Wong, R. S. (2015). Knowledge of Opponents’ Power in Power-Asymmetric Negotiations: Whose Knowledge Shapes the Structure of Outcomes?, Contemporary Management Research, 11(2), 117-142.
  • Wong, R. S., & Wong, W. H. (2015). Subadditivity in Resource Allocation: An Experimental Study of the Hong Kong Mandatory Retirement Protection Scheme, International Journal of Business and Economics, 13(2), 93-113.
  • Wong, R. S. (2014). Risk Attitude towards Mandatory Retirement Protection in Hong Kong: Why are risky investments more attractive?, Asian Social Science, 10(6), 205-211.
  • Wong, R. S. (2014). Same Power but Different Goals: How Does Knowledge of Opponents’ Power Affect Negotiators' Aspiration in Power-Asymmetric Negotiations?, Global Journal of Business Research, 8(3), 77-89.
TopConference presentations
  • July 2015 The International Group Decision and Negotiation Conference, Warsaw, Poland 
    Paper Presented: The Hidden Costs of Door-in-the-face Tactic in Negotiation
  • July 2013 The 12th International Decision Sciences Institute Conference, Bali, Indonesia 
    Paper Presented: Subadditivity in Resource Allocation: An Experimental Approach to Investigating the Effect of Unpacking Fund Categories
  • March 2012, London Judgement and Decision Making Group, University College London
    Paper Presented: Why does Knowledge of Opponents’ Position Matter in Power-asymmetric Negotiations?
  • March 2005, European Doctoral Conferences, Tanaka Business School, Imperial College
    Paper Presented: Impacts of BATNA-asymmetries on Negotiation Dyads’ Abilities to Reach Efficient Agreements
TopAwards
  • Teaching Excellence Award, 2015-2016 and 2017-2018
TopPapers under review
  • Wong, W. H., Ng, C. H. and Wong, R. S., “An Integrative Framework on the Collaborations and Risks of Customer-Involved Product Development”.
TopWorking paper
  • Attribute Framing Effects on Multi-dimensional Supplier Evaluation: An exploration to managers’ attention.
TopGrants received
  • Principal Investigator, “The Hidden Costs of the Use of Compliance Tactics in Repeated Negotiation”, $220,900, with M. Osman, awarded in 2019. (Ref: UGC/FDS14/H17/19)
  • Principal Investigator, " Systematic Biases in Hong Kong's Mandatory Provident Funds and UK's Individual Savings Account", $589,260, with W. H. Wong and M. Osman, awarded in 2014. (Ref: UGC/FDS14/H13/14)