Thomas Li-Ping Tang (Ph.D., I/O Psychology, Case Western Reserve University) is a Professor in
the Department of Management, Jennings A. Jones College of Business, Middle Tennessee State University (MTSU). He has taught industrial and organizational psychology at National Taiwan University and MTSU. Among his 185 articles/chapters published in 6 languages, 32 are on the Financial Times top-50-business-journal list. He has offered seminars to EMBA/MBA/undergraduate students in China, France, HK, and Spain and presented more than 263 papers in 27 countries. He serves/has served on the editorial board of 14 journals, as an associate editor for 2, and as an ad hoc reviewer for 76. He has received the Outstanding Career Achievement Award at MTSU and the Outstanding Alumni Award (CYCU). Authors have cited his research in more than 124 textbooks across 12 fields and news media (Bloomberg, CNN, Financial Times, Voice of America/Economics Forum). Köseoglu, Yildiz, and Ciftci (2018) ranked Prof. Tang the 8th in the world for his contributions to the field of business ethics research (1960-2015) (Business Ethics: A European Review). He is a Fellow of Economic Psychology, International Association of Applied Psychology (IAAP). He and his wife have two children; both graduated from Harvard University and three grandchildren.