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Prof. Yonghoon G. LEE

Prof. Yonghoon G. LEE

Assistant Professor

yglee@ust.hk

Academic qualifications

  • Ph.D. INSEAD, Organisational Behaviour
  • M.S. Korea University, Business Administration
  • BE & BBA Korea University, Econimics & Business Administration

 


ACADEMIC AND PROFESSIONAL EXPERIENCE

  • The Hong Kong University of Science and Technology, Department of Management, Assistant Professor, July 2015 - present.


PUBLICATIONS

Refereed Journal Publications (Chronological, alphabetical)

  • Prato, M., Kypraios, E., Ertug, G., & Lee, Y.G. 2019. Middle-status conformity revisited: The interplay between achieved and ascribed status. Academy of Management Journal, 62: 1003-1027. (Download here)

  • Jonczyk, C., Lee, Y.G., Galunic, C., & Bensaou, B. 2016. Relational changes during role transitions: The interplay of efficiency and cohesion. Academy of Management Journal, 59: 956-982. (Download here)

  • Ertug, G., Yogev, T., Lee, Y.G., & Hedstrom, P. 2016. The art of representation: How reputation affects success in the contemporary art field. Academy of Management Journal, 59: 113-134. (Download here)

Book Chapters

Refereed Conference Proceedings

  • Lee, Y.G. & Hoefer, R. 2016. The constrained referrals: How dependence and structural equivalence limit referrals' performance. Academy of Management Meeting Best Paper Proceedings.

    • Finalist for the Best Paper Award, OMT Division, Academy of Management 2016

  • Lee, Y.G. 2013. Confused by the middle: Status, acquisition advisors, and their opportunism in acquisition premium. Academy of Management Meeting Best Paper Proceedings.

    • Finalist for the Louis R. Pondy Best Dissertation Paper Award, OMT Division, Academy of Management 2013

  • Galunic, C., Jonczyk, C., Lee, Y.G., & Bensaou, B. 2012. Ties loss and gain during management transitions. Academy of Management Meeting Best Paper Proceedings.


SELECTED RECENT CONFERENCE PRESENTATIONS

  • Lee, Y.G. 2020. The persistence of structural holes.Presented at the Academy of Management Annual Meeting (OMT Division), Vancouver, Canada.

  • Chan, T.H., & Lee, Y.G. 2020. Anchored differentiation: The role of temporal distance in the comparison and evaluation of new product designs. Presented at the Academy of Management Annual Meeting (OMT Division), Vancouver, Canada.

  • Jung, H.J., Lee, Y.G., & Park, S.H. 2020. Just diverse among themselves: How does negative performance feedback change board diversity in expertise and ascriptive backgrounds? To be presented at the Academy of Management Annual Meeting (STR Division), Vancouver, Canada; presented at the Wharton People and Organization Conference, Philadelphia, PA (2019).

  • Lee, Y.G. & Choi, J.N. 2019. Robust or simply excluded: The tradeoff of structural isolation and performance of relative value and long-short hedge funds. Presented at the European Group for Organizational Studies, Edinburgh, UK

  • Lee, Y.G., Jung, H.J., & Casciaro, T. 2019. The mind of the network broker. Presented at the Academy of Management Annual Meeting, Boston, MA; and INSEAD Network Evolution Conference, Fontainebleau, France (2018).

  • Lee, Y.G. 2018. Tertius dominans: Differential access to resources and the consolidation of brokerage in the collaboration network of K-Pop songwriters. Presented at the Wharton People and Organization Conference, Philadelphia, PA.

  • Lee, Y.G. & Gargiulo, M. 2017. Collaboration networks, survival, and success in creative industries: Evidence from K-Pop songwriters. Presented at the Wharton People and Organization Conference, Philadelphia, PA; and INSEAD Network Evolution Conference, Fontainebleau, France (2016).

  • Lee, Y.G. & Jung, H.J. 2017. Meant to be disconnected: Broker’s perception bias and self-justification motivation. Presented at the Academy of Management Annual Meeting (OB Division), Atlanta, GA; and European Group for Organizational Studies, Copenhagen, Denmark.

  • Lee, Y.G. & Hoefer, R. 2016. The constrained referrals: How dependence and structurally equivalence limit referrals' performance. Presented at the Academy of Management Annual Meeting (OMT Division), Anaheim, CA; and presented at European Group for Organizational Studies, Naples, Italy.

  • Lee, Y.G. 2015. Divide and conquer: Dependence asymmetry and maintenance of brokerage positions. Presented at the Academy of Management Annual Meeting (OMT Division), Vancouver, Canada.


REVIEW ACTIVITIES

  • Ad Hoc reviewer:

    • Academy of Management Journal

    • Administrative Science Quarterly

    • American Sociological Review

    • Organization Science

    • Journal of Management Studies


RESEARCH INTERESTS

  • Network theory

  • Status and Reputation

  • Careers in Creative Industries


FUNDED PROJECTS

  • RGC Early Career Scheme, "Role Expansion and Gender Discrimination in Freelance Careers: Multi-method Approach", 2018-2020, Principle Investigator, HKD388,807


HONORS AND AWARDS

  • 2016. Above and Beyond the Call of Duty (ABCD) Reviewing Award, Organization and Management Theory Division, Academy of Management Meetings

  • 2016. Finalist for the Best Paper Award, Organization and Management Theory Division, Academy of Management Meetings

  • 2014. Nominee for Best Symposium Award, Organization and Management Theory Division, Academy of Management Meetings

  • 2013. Finalist for the Louis R. Pondy Best Dissertation Paper Award, Organization and Management Theory Division, Academy of Management Meetings

  • 2013. Outstanding Reviewer Award, Organizational Behavior Division, Academy of Management Meetings