助理教授 商学院

Jae Yun Kim is an Assistant Professor of the School of Business at SUSTech. His work focuses on the relation between motivation, and organizational and social issues. He primarily examines how popular ideas about self-help and self-improvement (e.g., empowerment messages, advice to pursue one's passion, the belief in the power of the mind and thinking) shape perceptions of fairness, inequality, and legitimacy.

个人简介

Education:

Ph.D.Duke University, Fuqua School of Business                                                                                            2019

B.A.Psychology (Honors; Graduated with distinction), University of Wisconsin-Madison                    2010

Awards and fellowships:

Finalist, Best Student Paper Award, Academy of Management Meeting(MOC Division) 2018

Kenan Institute for Ethics Graduate Fellowship, Duke University ($3,000) 2017 –2018

Outstanding Research Award, Society for Personality and Social Psychology2017oFor research on women’s empowerment messages with Gráinne Fitzsimonsand Aaron Kay

Graduate Travel Award, Society for Personality and Social Psychology($500) 2016

Doctoral Student Fellowship, Fuqua School of Business, Duke University 2013 –present

James B. Duke Fellowship, Duke University ($20,000) 2013 –2017

UW Madison Outstanding Undergraduate Research Scholar Award 2010

UW Madison Hilldale Undergraduate/Faculty Research Fellowship($5,000) 2010

Honors Thesis:Culturally Contingent Roles of Visual Imagery in the Fundamental Attribution Error Advisor:Yuri Miyamoto

研究领域

My research lies at the intersection of motivation, and organizational and social justice. Specifically, my primary research stream examines how popular ideas about self-improvement(e.g., empowerment messages)shape people’s understandings of organizational and social issues, including responsibility for inequality, poor worker treatment, and unfair career outcomes.


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代表性论文:

1、Kim, J.Y.,Campbell, T. H., Shepherd, S., & Kay, A. C. Understanding Contemporary Forms of Exploitation: Attributions of Passion Serve to Legitimize the Poor Treatment of Workers. (2019).Journal of Personality and Social Psychology.

2、Kim, J.Y.,Fitzsimons, G. M., & Kay, A. C. Lean In Messages Increase Attributions of Women’s Responsibility for Gender Inequality. (2018).Journal of Personality and Social Psychology.

3、Fitzsimons, G. M., Kay, A. C., & Kim, J.Y.“Lean In” Messages and the Illusion of Control. (July 2018).Harvard Business Review

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学院名称:商学院

本科专业:

金融学

金融工程

硕博点情况:

1个一级学科博士学位授权点:数学

1个一级学科硕士学位授权点:数学

目前已获批“商务智能与大数据管理”二级学科硕博士专业学位点,今年底将申报一级学科硕博士专业学位点、工程专业硕士项目(物流工程等)。

师资队伍:

商学院现有教师25人,其中含有金融系专职教师18人

教育部特聘教授1人

高端外国专家1人

鹏城学者1人

海外高层次人才7人

14位海归教授

9位具有金融机构从业经验的教授

院系介绍:

商学院作为南科大的重要组成部分,将立足深圳,面向全国,以“创新开放、国际前沿、交叉理工、鲜明特色”为战略发展思路,注重跨界、小而精、高水平,力争建设成为有特色、有亮点的国内外一流水平的商学院,服务深圳市的经济发展。

商学院现设有金融系,开设金融学、金融工程两个本科专业,与香港大学、香港科技大学等联合培养博士,2018年获得了博士和硕士学位授予权(数学专业金融方向)。下一步,商学院将逐步设立信息系统与管理工程系和工商管理系。

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台州楼501-5(F)

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电子邮箱

kim@sustech.edu.cn

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