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Nhung Nguyen

Assistant Professor

Department: Newcastle Business School

Dr. Nhung Nguyen is an Assistant Professor at Newcastle Business School, Northumbria University. Her research interests encompass human resource management and organisational behaviour in both public and private sectors. She is particularly interested in the mechanisms to foster employee innovative behaviour, organisational change and innovation, as well as the drivers of diversity and inclusion trends in organisations. Her research has been published in scholarly outlets, including Public Management Review, Review of Public Personnel Administration, Administration & Society, Public Personnel Management, and the Public Performance & Management Review.

Nhung Nguyen

Dr. Nhung Nguyen's research focus revolves around uncovering the mechanisms that promote innovation at the employee level, specifically employee work innovative behaviour, as well as the dynamics of organisational-level change and innovation. She is also dedicated to identifying the drivers behind positive and negative workplace attitudes and behaviours. Dr. Nguyen adopts a predominantly quantitative approach in her research, relying on statistical analyses and empirical data to systematically examine patterns and correlations. This methodological preference underscores her commitment to providing evidence-based insights into management phenomena. Students whose research aligns with Dr. Nhung Nguyen are encouraged to reach out for discussions regarding their Ph.D. studies with her.

  • Please visit the Pure Research Information Portal for further information
  • Abusive supervision and turnover intention among public servants: The roles of psychological distress and person-organization fit , Nguyen, N., Nguyen, D., Teo, S., Xerri, M. 6 Dec 2023, In: Public Management Review
  • Are Millennials Different? A Time-Lag Study of Federal Millennial and Generation X Employees’ Affective Commitment, Nguyen, N. 1 Jun 2023, In: Public Personnel Management
  • Fostering Public Sector Employees’ Innovative Behavior: The Roles of Servant Leadership, Public Service Motivation, and Learning Goal Orientation, Nguyen, N., Nguyen, D., Vo, N., Tuan, L. 1 Jan 2023, In: Administration & Society
  • Trust in Multi-Level Managers and Employee Extra-Role Behavior in the US Federal Government: The Role of Psychological Well-Being and Workload, Nguyen, N., Tuan, L. 1 Jun 2022, In: Review of Public Personnel Administration
  • Creating Reasonable Workload to Enhance Public Employee Job Satisfaction: The Role of Supervisor Support, Co-Worker Support, and Tangible Job Resources, Nguyen, N., Tuan, L. 2 Jan 2022, In: Public Performance and Management Review

Public Administration PhD May 15 2021


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