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  • Contact Information Office.S579 Tel.82-2-958-3518 E-mail.taehyun@business.kaist.ac.kr Lab.
  • Academic GroupsOrganization & Strategy
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Tae-Hyun Kim is an assistant professor in Organization & Strategy department at the KAIST College of Business. His current research focuses on how economic action is embedded in social structure which facilitates or derails economic exchanges, constraints organizational choices, and assists or impedes organizational outcomes. His research interest also includes corporate governance and corporate social responsibility. Before joining KAIST, he received Ph.D. from the Kellogg Graduate School of Management, Northwestern University.

Education

    Northwestern University, Ph.D. in Management and Organizations
    Seoul National University, M.S. in Management
    Seoul National University, B.B.A.

Career

    Assistant Professor of Management, KAIST Business School, Jan. 2012-present

Industry Advisory Activities

Publications (patents, etc.)

    Byun, Heejung, and Tae-Hyun Kim. 2013. "Principal-Principal Agency Problem and
    Shareholder Activism: The Rise of Minority Shareholder Movement In Korea 2001-2008" 2013 Academy of Management Best Papers Proceeding

    Kim, Tae-Hyun and Brian Uzzi. 2010. "The Dynamics of Personnel Flows in High Status Law firms." 2010 Academy of Management Best Papers Proceeding

    Kim, Tae-Yeol, Chungwei Wang, Mari Kondo, and Tae-Hyun Kim. 2007. "Conflict Management Styles: East Asia Differences," International Journal of Conflict Management, 18: 23-41.

Research Areas

    Social network, Corporate governance, Corporate social responsibility, Innovation, Employee mobility, Social structure of markets, Business group(Chaebol), and Professional service industry

Organization Theory (MS/PhD Level)()

    Leadership and Management of Organizations (MBA Level)()

      Contact : We, Chungin ( chunginwe@business.kaist.ac.kr )

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