Ning started her higher education career as a university lecturer in Economics in Peking University China, then conducted research in Labour Economics at Oxford University as a senior member. Before joining Brunel Business School, Ning held a lecturer post in HRM at Nottingham Business School.
Ning read a degree in Economics, an MA in Human Resource Management in Bradford, and a PhD in Human Resource Management in Nottingham.
Programme Leader of MSc Human Resource Management and MSc Human Resource and Employment Relations programmes.
Newest selected publications
Wu, N. (2020) 'Small is Beautiful or Big is Better: How Much Do Industry and Family Ownership Matter in Firms of Different Sizes?'. European Management Review, 17 (4). pp. 977 - 991. ISSN: 1740-4754 Open Access Link
Wu, N. (2019) 'Silenced inequalities: too young or too old?', in Nachmias, S. and Caven, V. (eds.) Inequality and Organizational Practice. NY : Palgrave Macmillan. pp. 73 - 104. ISBN 13: 978-3-030-11647-7.
Wu, N. (2018) 'Flexible Working: Are We Ready for This?', in Caven, V. and Nachmias, S. (eds.) Hidden Inequalities in the Workplace: a guide to the current challenges, issues and business solutionse. Palgrave Macmillan, Cham. ISBN 13: 9783319596853.
Wu, N., Hoque, K., Bacon, N. and Bou Llusar, JC. (2015) 'High-performance work systems and workplace performance in small, medium-sized and large firms'. Human Resource Management Journal, 25 (4). pp. 408 - 423. ISSN: 0954-5395