Hee Young Kim, Ph.D.

Hee Young Kim, Ph.D.

Assistant Professor II

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Hee Young Kim, Ph.D., has taught many management courses at Rider University. Her research interests are in cross-cultural management, group identity, and status in the workplace. She was the recipient of a Rider summer fellowship from 2015-2017 and Davis fellowship from 2017-2019.

Education

  • Leonard N. Stern School of Business, New York University, Ph.D., Management (Organizational Behavior)
  • University of Pennsylvania, Bachelor of Arts

Refereed Articles

  • Kim, H. & Pettit, N. C. (2015). Status is a Four-letter Word: Self Versus other Differences and Concealment of Status-Striving. Social Psychological and Personality Science, 6, 267-275.
  • Kim, H. & Pettit, N. (in press, 2014). Status is a Four-letter Word: Self Versus other Differences and Concealment of Status-Striving. Social Psychological and Personality Science.

Presentation of Refereed Papers

International

  • Kim, H., Pettit, N. C., & Yu, S. (2015, August). Rising in Rank: Differential Perceptions of Dominance vs. Prestige Strivers.  Academy of Management Annual Meeting, Vancouver, Canada-British Columbia.
  • Chugh, D., Kern, M., & Kim, H. Y. (2011, August). The Ethical Consequences of being Busy: A Dominant Response Perspective. Academy of Management Annual Meeting, San Antonio, Texas.

National

  • Kim, H. & Wiesenfeld, B. M. (2015, July). Ideals vs. Averages: Perceptions of Prototype Content, Status Dispersion, and Social Undermining.  INGRoup Annual Meeting, Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania.

Regional

  • Chugh, D., Kern, M., & Kim, H. Y. (2012, April). The Ethical Consequences of being Busy: A Dominant Response Perspective. Stern-Columbia Student Conference, New York, New York.