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June-Young Kim

Lecturer of Business Administration

Educational Background

Ph.D., Strategy and Organization Theory, University of Wisconsin at Madison, 2006
M.S., Economics, University of Wisconsin at Madison, 1999
M.A., Economics, Yonsei University, 1994
B.A., Economics, Yonsei University, 1991

Positions Held

Lecturer, Strategy & Entrepreneurship, University of Illinois, Urbana-Champaign, 2016 to present
Assistant Professor of Management, Marquette University, 2006-2015
Instructor, School of Business, University of Wisconsin, Madison, 2003-2004
Consultant, Andersen Consulting, 1995-1997

Recent Publications

Ciuchta, M., Miner, A., Kim, J., O'Toole, J. 2017. Founding logics, technology validation, and the path to commercialization. International Small Business Journal

Kim, J., Kim, J., Miner, A. 2009. Organizational learning from extreme performance experience: The impact of success and recovery experience. Organization Science, 20: 958-978

Honors and Awards

List of Teachers Ranked as Excellent, University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign, 2016 to present

Best Reviewer Award, Academy of Management, OMT Division, 2014

Service Activities

Ad hoc reviewer, Academy of Management Journal, 2011-present
Ad hoc reviewer, Administrative Science Quarterly, 2011-present
Ad hoc reviewer, Strategic Entrepreneurship Journal, 2011-present

Teaching and Research Interests

Organizational learning and innovation; Analogical reasoning; Learning from success and failure; Organizational decision-making and risk taking; Organizational memory; Market creation and entry; Entrepreneurial learning; Population-level learning