PhD/MBA. Organizations and Markets Area, Booth School of Business, University of Chicago. 2008.
Master of Information Systems Management (MISM). Carnegie Mellon University. 2002.
MBA. Seoul National University. 1996.
BBA. Seoul National University. 1994.
Associate Professor. Korea University Business School. 2017-Present.
Affiliated Faculty Member. Harvard Law School Center on the Legal Profession. 2010-Present.
Assistant Professor. Korea University Business School. 2010-2017.
Postdoctoral Research Fellow. Harvard Law School Program on the Legal Profession. 2008-2010.
Research Associate/Senior Research Associate. Korea Information Society Development Institute. 1997-2001.
Kim, Young-Kyu, Lee, Dongwon, Lee, Janghyuk, Lee, Jihwan, & Straub, Detmar W. 2018. Influential Users in Social Network Services: The Contingent Value of Connecting User Status and Brokerage. The Data Base for Advanced Information Systems 49(1): 13-32.
Bothner, Matthew S., Kim, Young-Kyu, & Lee, Wonjae. 2015. Primary Status, Complementary Status, and Organizational Survival in the U.S. Venture Capital Industry, Social Science Research 52: 588-601.
Bothner, Matthew S., Kim, Young-Kyu, & Smith, Edward B. 2012. How Does Status Affect Performance? Status as an Asset versus Status as a Liability in the PGA and NASCAR, Organization Science 23: 416-433.
Wilkins, David B. & Kim, Young-Kyu. 2016. The Action after the Call: What General Counsels Say about the Value of Diversify in Legal Purchasing Decisions in the Years Following the “Call to Action” in Headworth, S, Nelson, RL, Dinovitzer, R, & Wilkins DB (eds.) Diversity in Practice: Race, Gender, and Class in Legal and Professional Careers. Cambridge University Press.