LEE, JEONG-YEON

Professor of Human Resource Management, Organizational Behavior


Professor Introduction

Professor Lee teaches and researches human resource management in the area of human resource management and organizational behavior in the School of Business, Seoul National University.

Education & Experiences

ACADEMIC EMPLOYMENT/EXPERIENCE

School of Business, Seoul National University, Seoul, Korea

2018-             Professor

2015-2018     Associate Professor
                    Area: Organizational Behavior and Human Resource Management

School of Business, The University of Kansas, Lawrence, KS

2011-2015    Associate Professor (with tenure)
                     Area: Human Resource Management and Organizational Behavior

2005-2011    Assistant Professor (tenure-track)
                    Area: Human Resource Management and Organizational Behavior

Department of Management, Kelley School of Business, Indiana University, Bloomington, IN

2004-2005   Visiting Scholar
1999-2004   Associate Instructor

Education

1999-2005   Doctor of Philosophy
Kelley School of Business, Indiana University, Bloomington, IN, USA.

1998        Master of Business Administration
Kelley School of Business, Indiana University, Bloomington, IN, USA.

1995        Bachelor of Business Administration
Yonsei University, Seoul, South Korea.

AWARDS/HONORS

- Distinguished Professor Support (2017). Seoul National University School of Business.

- New Generation Scholar (2015). Seoul National University.

- Guy O. and Rosa Lee Mabry Mabry Best Research Paper Award (2013). KU School of Business.

- Mentor Recognition by Doctoral Student Association in the School of Business (2013, 2011, 2007), University of Kansas

- Nominee for the Careers Division Applied Paper Award (2006). Academy of Management, Atlanta, GA.

- SIOP's William A. Owens Scholarly Achievement Award (2005). Society of Industrial and Organizational Psychology.

- Finalist for the Best Paper Award for 2004 by The Leadership Quarterly

FUNDED RESEARCH AND GRANTS

2015 - General Research Fund ($10,888, $5,888), School of Business, University of Kansas.

2014 - General Research Fund ($5,888), School of Business, University of Kansas.

2011 - International Business Fund ($10,400), School of Business, University of Kansas.

2011 - General Research Fund ($5,888), School of Business, University of Kansas.

2006 R11; New Faculty General Research Fund ($3,000), University of Kansas.

Publications

PAPERS AND PUBLICATIONS

Publications

Refereed journals

Lee, J., Bachrach, D. G., & Rousseau, D. M. (Forthcoming). Internal labor markets, firm-specific human capital and heterogeneity antecedents of employee idiosyncratic deal requests. Organization Science.

Lee, J. (Forthcoming). Internal labor market under external market pressure. Industrial and Labor Relations Review.

Lee, J., Bachrach, D. G., Lewis, K. (2014). Social network ties, transactive memory, and performance in groups. Organization Science, 25(3), 951-967.

Messersmith, J. G., Lee, J., Guthrie, J. P., & Ji, Y-Y. (2014). Turnover at the top: Executive team departures and firm performance. Organization Science, 25(3), 776-793.

Juma, N. & Lee, J. (2012). The moderating effects of traditionality-modernity on the effects of internal labor market belief on employee affective commitment and their turnover intention. International Journal of Human Resource Management, 23(11), 2315-2332.

Shin, S., Kim, T., Lee, J., & Bien, L. (2012). Cognitive diversity and individual team member creativity: A cross-level interaction. Academy of Management Journal, 55, 197-212.

Chang, Y. K., Oh, W. Jung, J. C., & Lee, J. (2012). Firm size and corporate social performance: The mediating role of outside director representation. Journal of Leadership & Organizational Studies, 19(4), 486-500.

Messersmith, J. G. Guthrie, J. P., Ji, Y-Y., & Lee, J. (2011). Executive turnover: The influence of dispersion and other pay system characteristics. Journal of Applied Psychology, 96 (3), 457-469.

Dreher, G. F., Lee, J., & Clerkin, T. C. (2011). Mobility and cash compensation: The Moderating effects of gender, race, and executive search firms. Journal of Management, 37(3), 651-681. An earlier version of the paper was selected in the Best Paper Proceedings and was one of the finalists for The Careers Division Applied Paper Award in the Academy of Management.

Clerkin, T. C. & Lee, J. (2010). Executive search relationships-Contacts between executives and search firm professionals: Scale development and validation. Organization Management Journal, 7(3), 208-228.

Lee, J., Lee, Y., & Wadha, P. (2010). Knowledge sharing among academicians: A perspective from the cost-reward theory of helping and social exchange. Academy of Management Learning and Education, 9(2), 204-224.

Dreher, G. F., Lee, J., & Clerkin, T. C. (2009). Mobility and Compensation: The Role of Executive Search Firms in Explaining the White-Male Advantage. Academy of Management Best Paper Proceedings. Academy of Management, Chicago, IL.

Lee, J., Heilmann, S.G., & Near, J.P. (2004). Blowing the whistle on sexual harassment: Test of a model of predictors and outcomes. Human Relations, 57(3), 297-322.

Podsakoff, P.M., MacKenzie, S.B., Podsakoff, N.P., & Lee, J. (2003). The mismeasure of man(angement) and its implications for leadership research. The Leadership Quarterly, 14, 615-656. This paper is one of the five finalists for the Best Paper Award for 2004 by The Leadership Quarterly.

Podsakoff, P.M., MacKenzie, S.B., Lee, J., & Podsakoff, N.P. (2003). Common method bias in behavioral research: A critical review of the literature and recommended remedies. Journal of Applied Psychology, 88(5), 879-903. 2004 Winner of the Society for Industrial and Organizational Psychology (SIOP) William A. Owens Scholarly Achievement Award R11; the best article published in the field of Industrial and Organizational Psychology in 2003 given by the American Psychological Association.

Non-refereed book chapters

Organ, D. W., and Lee, J. (2008). Organizational citizenship behavior, transaction cost economics, and the flat-world hypothesis. Chapter contributed to Burke, R., & Cooper, C. (Eds.), Building More Effective Organizations. Sage Publications.