Forthcoming: Huo, Y. （2019）, Cross-cultural Ethical Consumption: A Chinese Perspective of Philosophy, Tradition an d Virtue, London: Routledge
Huo, Y., & Kristjánsson, K., Why Is There Lack of Growth in Character Virtues? An Insight into Business Students across British Business Schools, in D. Carr （Ed.） （2018）, Cultivating Moral Character an d Virtue in Professional Practice P. 207 -225, London: Routledge. ISBN 10 : 9781351725101 ISBN 13 : 1351725106. Available at: https://mysuccesskeys.com/cultivating-moral-character-and-virtue-in-professional-practice/
Kristjánsson, K., Arthur, J., Huo, Y., & Moller, F, （2017）. Virtuous Character in Business an d Finance– Research Report, Jubilee Centre for Character an d Virtues. Available at: https://www.jubileecentre.ac.uk/userfiles/jubileecentre/pdf/Research Reports/Character_Virtues_in_Business_and_Finance.pdf
Conference paper: Huo Y., & Wang X., （2014）. Key Factors impeding ethical consumption behaviour: an exploratory study in a Chinese context, presented at International Conference on Contemporary Marketing Issues, in Athens, Greece.
Academic Video Speaking for HEFi MicroCPD: Sustainable Assessment, University of Birmingham, February 2018.
BRICH, ´Must Bankers Be Bad?´ Turned Out Good! University of Birmingham, December 2017.
The Big Conversation, University of Birmingham, November 2017. https://blog.bham.ac.uk/bigconversation/2017/10/21/defining-and-delivering-research-intensive-learning-and-teaching-at-the-university-of-birmingham-kathy-armour/
Being Human event, ‘Must bankers be bad?’ November 2017.
Virtue Insight Blog for the Jubilee Centre: Is Honesty the Best Policy for the Ideal Business Professional? April 2017. https://virtueinsight.wordpress.com/2017/04/11/is-honesty-the-best-policy-for-the-ideal-business-professional/
Virtue Insight Blog for the Jubilee Centre: Ethical Consumption an d the Challenges of the Virtuous Shopper, March 2017. https://virtueinsight.wordpress.com/2017/03/28/ethical-consumption-and-the-challenges-of-the-virtuous-shopper/
Ethical consumer Conference Blog: Ethical Consumer Magazine, October 2016. http://www.ethicalconsumer.org/latestnews/entryid/2086/ethical-consumer-conference.aspx
Sept. 2017: Attended – Research Conference, University of Birmingham.
Jun. 2014: Presented – An imperial research into the key factors impeding ethical consumption behaviour, presented at International Conference on Contemporary Marketing Issues, in Athens, Greece.
Sept. 2016: Attended – Ethical Consumer Conference, at Amnesty International Resource Centre, London.
Jun. 2015: Presented – Ethical Consumption in China: an urban-rural-fringe context, PhD research presented at the annual PGR Conference, at the University of Gloucestershire.
Oct. 2015: Attended – Ethical Consumer Conference, at Amnesty International Resource Centre, London.
Nov. 2014: Presented – Conceptualization of Ethical Consumption. PhD research presented at CCRI Winter School, Ｃountryside an d Community Research Institute, Cheltenham.
Jul. 2014: Attended – Narratives of Varied Everyday Lives an d Linked Approaches Conference, at St. Catherine’s College, Oxford.
May 2013: Presented – Key factor impeding ethical consumption, PhD research presented at the annual PGR Conference, at the University of Gloucestershire.
Feb. 2018: Guest lecturer, Business Ethics for Railway Business Management LMR37, Birmingham Centre for Railway Research an d Education, University of Birmingham.
Feb. 2018: Guest speaker, MicroCPD, Teaching Excellence an d the Higher Education Futures institute （HEFi）, University of Birmingham.
Jan. 2018: Guest speaker, Black, Asian an d Minority Ethnic （BAME） careers showcase, Birmingham Business School, University of Birmingham.
Nov. 2017: Guest speaker, Breakfast Briefing: Manufacturing future healthcare technologies, Birmingham Research Park, University of Birmingham.
Nov. 2017: Guest speaker an d Panel Speaker, ‘Must bankers be bad?’ Being part of the Being Human Festival, at Birmingham Impact Hub.
Oct. 2017: Panel speaker, Moral philosophies on social science, Birmingham Business School, University of Birmingham.
Oct. 2016 – Dec. 2016: Seminar Leader/Lecturer on Principles of Marketing; Tutor for over seventy first-year Marketing students an d supervised over ten groups’ group work, at the University of Gloucestershire.
Feb. 2016 – Apr. 2016: Lecturer in Marketing, modules taught: International Product an d Service Management; International Strategic Marketing; International Promotion Strategies an d Cross-Cultural Selling; Marketing Research an d Analysis, at the University of Gloucestershire.
Oct. 2014: Teaching Assistant at the PGR Summer School for DBA an d PhD Research Students, at the University of Gloucestershire.
Jan. 2013: Guest lecturer, lecture delivered in ‘Questionnaire Design’ to business students, at the Business School, University of Gloucestershire.
Feb 2018: I designed an d delivered the first business ethics lecture in the history of The Birmingham Centre for Railway Research an d Education （BCRRE）, University of Birmingham.
Nov. 2017: Peer reviewer for Journal of Gender an d Power. Adam Mickiewicz University in Poznan.
Aug. 2017: The Best Speaker Award on Ice Breaker Speech Project, Toastmasters International, at Bullring Speakers Club.
Aug. 2017: Peer reviewer for Journal of Moral Education.
Sept. 2016: Audience Winner at the Ethical Consumer Conference, at Amnesty International Resource Centre, London.
Nov. 2015 – Feb. 2016: Student Ambassador, at the Business School, University of Gloucestershire.
Apr. 2015: Postgraduate Research Students Representative for the Quality Assurance Agency for Higher Education, at the University of Gloucestershire.
Oct. 2014 Internship Award, DegreePlus, University of Gloucestershire
May. 2012. Mixed Martial Art Examination: Green Belt with Distinction, Cheltenham Martial Art.