|김 승 용 교수|
|학사학위과정||BBA or BA: Dongguk University (Business Administration)|
|석사학위과정||MS or MBA: University of Scranton (General Management)|
|박사학위과정||Ph.D.: University of Memphis (Organizational Behavior & Human Resources Management)|
|경력||• 2009~Present: Associate Professor, Dept. of Business Administration, Dongguk University, Seoul, Korea
• 2004~2009: Assistant Professor, Dept. of Business Administration, Dongguk University, Seoul, Korea
• 2003~2004: Assistant Professor, California Pol
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Kim, S. (2010), Examination of the Effects of Perceived Accountability and Behavioral Norms on Performance Elements: What Would Make People Choose to Help Others or Themselves? DAEHAN Journal of Business. 23(4): 2005-2034
Kim, S. (2009), Perceived Accountability and Job-Related Factors as Alternative Sources for Contextual Performance: What Can Managers Do More to Encourage Contextual Performance? Korean Management Review. 38(6): 1505-1543
Kim, S.(2009), Cross-cultural Comparison of the Effects of the Discrepancy between the Prominence and the Fulfillment of Career-orientation on Organizational Effectiveness. International Business Review. 13(2): 89-117
Kim, S.(2006), An empirical testing of a multi-route model on LMX – job satisfaction relationship. Korean Management Review. 35(6): 1649-1679
Kim, S.(2005), Does the feeling of obligation for reciprocation really explain a LMX-performance relationship? Korean Management Review.34(5):1447-1476
Kim, S.(2004), An application of five organization theories to Asian business groups: chaebol, keiretsu, & jituanqiyes. Research in Business Administration&Economics 24(1):41-80.Dongguk University Press
Tu, H.,Sullivan, S. E., & Kim, S.(2002), Investment strategies of small and medium size firms in China. International Journal of Small Business.11(1)120-144
Tu, H., Sullivan, S. E., Prien, K. O., & Kim, S. (2002). International job opportunities: Are managers willing and ready for the challenge? Global Business&Finance Review,7(2),87-98.
Tu, H., Kim, S., & Sullivan, S. E. (2002). Global strategy lessons from Japanese and Korean business groups. Business Horizons,45(2),39-46.
- REFEREED CONFERENCE PAPERS
Kim, S. (2007), Cross-cultural comparison of the effects of the discrepancy between the prominence and the fulfillment of career-orientation on organizational effectiveness. The Spring Conference of Korean Academy of Management(Seoul,Korea)–OB/HR Track
Kim, S. (2006), A HierarchicalIntra-structure Model of Performance Domains : Beyond the Contrast between Contextual Performance and Task Performance. The Spring Conference of Korean Academy of Management (Kwangju,Korea)–OB/HR Track
Kim, S. (2005), Revisiting LMX–Job Satisfaction Relationship. The Fall Conference of Korean Academy of Management (Kwangju,Korea)–OB/HRTrack
Kim, S. (2005), Empirical Collaboration of An Alleged Rationale of ALMX–Performance Relationship : Feeling of Obligation for Reciprocation. The Spring Conference of Korean Academy of Management (Seoul,Korea)–OB/HRTrack
Kim, S. (2004), The Effect of Leader-Member Exchange(LMX) on Subordinate Performance : The Channeling Effects of Situational&Individual Factors. International Academy of Management&Business, LasVegas, NV
Kim, S. & Van Scotter, J. (2004) What Can Managers Do More to Encourage Contextual Performance? Southern Academy of Management Association – OB/OT Track, SanAntonio, TX
Kim, S. (2004). Does A Good Supervisor – Subordinate Relationship Lead to Good Performance? The Fall Conference of Korean Academy of Management (Seoul,Korea)–OB/HR Track
Kim, SeungYong & Taylor, Robert (2003) Job Characteristics as Alternative Means of Developing A High Quality LMX Relationship. Southern Academy of Management Association – OB/OT Track, Clear water Beach, FL
Tu, H., Sullivan, S. E., & Kim, S. (2003) Investment in China : A Challenge for U.S.Firms. Midwest Academy of Management Association–International Management Track, St. Louis, MO
Rattanasampan, W., & Kim, S. (2002), A Frame work to Study Technology Use : Alternatives to Technology Acceptance Model. Americas Conference on Information Systems-Enterprise Systems Stream track. Dallas,TX.
Kim, S. (2002), Understanding the concept of speed in Korean management Insymposium The advantages and disadvantages of "speed" : Aglobal managerial perspective. Midwest Academy of Management Association-Strategic Management and International Track. Indianapolis, IN.
Kim, S., & Van Scotter, J. R. (2002), Influence of contextual performance and leader-member exchange(LMX) relationship songroup cohesion and group performance : A preliminary model. Midwest Academy of Management Association-OB/HR Track.Indianapolis, IN.
Kim, S., & Taylor, R. R. (2001, April). A LMX model : Relating multi-level antecedents to the LMX relationship and citizenship behavior. MidwestAcademyofManagementAssociation–OB/OTTrack.Toledo,OH.