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Quinlan School of Business

Faculty

Sung Min Kim

Title/s: Associate Professor

Office #: Maguire 422

Phone: 312.915.7052

E-mail: skim@LUC.edu

Degrees

Research Interests

Professional & Community Affiliations

Courses Taught

Selected Publications

Refereed Articles

Jalilvand, A., Kim, S. M. "Matching slack resources and investment strategies to achieve long-term performance: New perspectives on corporate adaptability." Journal of Asymmetric Economics. 10(1), (2013). 38-52.

Kim, S. M., Brinckmann, J. "A longitudinal analysis of antecedents and consequences of sense-making activities by nascent entrepreneurs." Frontiers of Entrepreneurship Research. 30(6), (2011).

Marc, G., Kim, S. M., Jan, B. "How experience shapes the subjective evaluation of business opportunities: A conjoint analysis." Frontiers of Entrepreneurship Research. 30(6), (2011).

Kim, S. M., Mahoney, J. T. "Collaborative Planning, Forecasting, and Replenishment (CPFR) as a Relational Contract: An Incomplete Contracting Perspective." International Journal of Learning and Intellectual Capital. 7(3-4), (2010). 403-428.

Kim, Sung Min. & Kim, K. "The Impact of Information Technology and Intangible Resources on Foreign Direct Investment: The Tobin's q Framework." POSRI Business Review, 9(1), (2009). 74-112.

Kim, Sung Min. & Mahoney, J. "Collaborative Planning, Forecasting, and Replenishment (CPFR) as a Relational Contract: An Incomplete Contracting Perspective." International Journal of Learning and Intellectual Capital (2009).

Kim, Sung Min. & Johnson, H. "When Strategy Pales: Lessons from the Department Store Industry." Business Horizons, 52(6), (2009). 583-593.

Kim, Sung Min. & Nelson, N. "A Model of Arbitral Decision Making: Facts, Weights, and Decision Elements." Industrial Relations: A Journal of Economy and Society, 47(2), (2008). 266-283.

Kim, Sung Min. & Javalgi, R. "Towards the Development of an Integrative Framework of the Process and Contingency Models with Strategic Reference Points Theory for Subsidiary Success." Thunderbird International Business Review, 48(6), (2006). 843-866.

Kim, Sung Min. & Mahoney, J. "Mutual Commitment to Support Exchange: Relation-Specific IT System as a Substitute for Managerial Hierarchy." Strategic Management Journal, 27(5), (2006). 401-423.

Kim, Sung Min. , Kim, B., & Prescott,, J. "Differentiated Governance of Foreign Subsidiaries in Transnational Corporations: An Agency Theory Perspective." Journal of International Management, 11(1), (2005). 43-66.

Kim, Sung Min. & Michael, S. "The Organizational Ecology of Retailing: A Historical Perspective." Journal of Retailing, 81(2), (2005). 113-123.

Refereed Proceedings

Thiel, J., Kim, S. M., Brinckmann, J. "Developing entrepreneurial expertise: Cognitive entrenchment and decision incongruence." Philadelphia: Academy of Management Best Papers. (2014).

Kim, Sung Min. & Mahoney, J. "Resource Co-specialization, Firm Growth, and Organizational Performance: An Empirical Analysis of Organizational Restructuring and IT Implementations." Atlanta Competitive Advantage Conference, Emory, GIT, GSU (2008).

Kim, Sung Min. , "The Impact of Information Technology on Foreign Direct Investment to the United States: The Tobin's q Framework." Academy of International Business, Northeast Annual Conference (2005).

Kim, Sung Min. , "Information Age Organization and Relational Governance: The Effectiveness of Information Sharing in Vertical Relationships." Academy of Management Annual Meeting, Business Policy and Strategy Division (2005).

Kim, Sung Min. , "Information Technology and Organizational Performance: The Role of IT Adaptation." Academy of Management Annual Meeting, Business Policy and Strategy Division (2005).

Book Chapters

Jalilvand, A., Kim, S. M. (2014). "Innovation and R&D investment in the U.S. energy sector." Perspectives on Energy Risk. Springer, 2014.

Kim, Sung Min. , Kim, B., & Prescott, J. "Differentiated Governance of Foreign Subsidiaries in Transnational Corporations: An Agency Theory Perspective." Corporate Governance and Globalization: Volume One - Ownership and Control, Part II: Multinational Companies Governance.  Sage Publications, 2006.

Presentation of Refereed Papers

Kim, Sung Min, and J. Brinckmann. (2010). "Antecedents and Consequences of Sense-Making Activities by Nascent Entrepreneurs." Babson College Entrepreneurship Research Conference, IMD and EPFL, Lausanne, Switzerland.

Kim, Sung Min, J. Brinckmann, and M. Gruber. (2010). "How Experience Shapes the Subjective Evaluation of Business Opportunities." Babson College Entrepreneurship Research Conference, IMD and EPFL, Lausanne, Switzerland.

Kim, Sung Min, and J. Brinckmann. (2010). "Sense-making of nascent entrepreneurs and the emergence of firms: A longitudinal analysis of antecedents and consequences." Academy of Management Annual Meeting, Entrepreneurship Division, Montreal, Canada.

Kim, Sung Min, and J. Brinckmann. (2009). "The Impact of Cognitive Characteristics, Human Capital, and Institutional Forces on Business Planning." Academy of Management Annual Meeting, Entrepreneurship Division, Chicago, Illinois.

Kim, Sung Min, and J. Mahoney. (2008). "Resource Co-specialization, Firm Growth, and Organizational Performance: An Empirical Analysis of Organizational Restructuring and IT Implementations." Atlanta Competitive Advantage Conference, Emory, GIT, GSU, Atlanta, Georgia.

Kim, Sung Min. (2007). "Co-specialization Strategy and Organizational Performance: An Empirical Analysis of IT Implementations." Academy of Management Annual Meeting, Business Policy and Strategy Division, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania.

Kim, Sung Min. (2005). "Information Age Organization and Relational Governance: The Effectiveness of Information Sharing in Vertical Relationships." Academy of Management Annual Meeting, Business Policy and Strategy Division, Honolulu, Hawaii.

Kim, Sung Min. (2005). "Information Technology and Organizational Performance: The Role of IT Adaptation." Academy of Management Annual Meeting, Business Policy and Strategy Division, Honolulu, Hawaii.

Kim, Sung Min. (2005). "The Impact of Information Technology on Foreign Direct Investment to the United States: The Tobin's q Framework." Academy of International Business, Northeast Annual Conference, Cleveland, Ohio.

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