Research - Shung Jae Shin
- Creativity at workplace
- Human side of corporate mergers and acquisition
- Cross-cultural studies
- Team and diversity
Editorial Board Memberships
Consulting editor for Journal of Applied Psychology
· Academy of Management OB Division 2013 Outstanding Reviewer Award (2013)
· Portland State University Professional Travel Grant Award (2012, 2013)
· College of Business, Dean’s Excellent Fellowship (2007, 2008, 2009)
· May Business School Distinguished Research Award (2003)
· May Business School Doctoral Student Mini-grant (2002)
· Research grant ($2,000), Center for International Business Studies, Texas A&M University (2001)
· Regent’s Graduate Fellowship, Texas A&M University (1998-2001)
Washington Technology Center RTD Grant ($20,000) (July, 2005) - “Three Dimensional Modeling Technology for Emergency Response Virtual/Simulation Training.” As a principal investigator, I scientifically validate the effectiveness of the technology in emergency response training.
Shin, S. J., Kim, T., Lee, J., & Bian, L. (2012). Cognitive team diversity and individual team member creativity: A cross-level interaction. Academy of Management Journal, 55: 197-212.
Shin, S. J., & Kim, Y. (2012). Fall of a Giant: A historical analysis of General Motor's bankruptcy. Korea Business Review, 16(3): 31-58. (In Korean)
Zhou, J., Shin, S. J., Brass, D., Choi, J., & Zhang, Z. (2009). Weak Ties, Conformity, and Creativity. Journal of Applied Psychology, 94: 1544-1552.
Yoo, J. W., Reed, R., Shin, S. J., & Lemak, D. (2009). Strategic choice and performance in late movers: Influence of the top management team's external ties. Journal of Management Studies, 46: 308-335.
Zhou, J., Shin, S. J., & Cannella Jr., A. A. (2008) Employee self-perceived creativity after mergers and acquisitions: Interactive effects of threat-opportunity perception, access to resources, and support for creativity. Journal of Applied Behavioral Science, 44: 397-421.
Shin, S. J., & Zhou, J. (2007). When is educational specialization heterogeneity related to creativity in research and development team? Transformational leadership as a moderator. Journal of Applied Psychology, 92: 1709-1721.
Shin, S. J., Morgeson, F. P., & Campion, M. A. (2007). What you do depends on where you are: Understanding how domestic and expatriate work requirements depend upon the cultural context. Journal of International Business Studies, 38: 64-83.
Dewett, T., Shin, S. J., Toh, S. M., & Semadeni, M. (2005). Doctoral student research as a creative endeavor. College Quarterly, 8(1): 1-22.
Lemak, D. J., Shin, S. J. Montgomery, J. C., & Reed, R. (2005). Technology, transactional distance, and Instructor effectiveness: An empirical investigation. Academy of Management Learning and Education, 4: 150-159.
Shin, S. J., & Zhou, J. (2003) Transformational Leadership, Conservation, and Creativity: Evidence from Korea. Academy of Management Journal, 46: 703-714.
DeNisi, A, & Shin, S. J. (2005). Communication interventions in mergers and acquisitions. In M. Mendenhall & G. Stahl (Eds.), Managing culture and human resources in mergers and acquisitions (pp. 228-249). Stanford, CA: Stanford University Press.
Selected Conference Presentations
Yuan, F., Shin, S. J., & Zhou, J. (2013). Social status and employee creativity in work teams: A multi-level and multi-source investigation. In N. M. Ashkanasy, M. Erez, and C. Lee (Chairs), Innovation and Creativity in Teams. Symposium at the 73rd Annual Meeting of the Academy of Management, Orland, FL.
Shin, S. J., Jeong, I., & Bae, J. (2012). The high-commitment human resource management systems, intrinsic motivation, and individual creativity: A cross-level approach. Presented at the 72nd Annual Meeting of the Academy of Management, Boston, MA
Shin, S. J., Kim, T., Lee, J., & Bian, L. (2010). Cognitive Diversity and Creative Self-efficacy: A Cross-level Interaction on Creativity. Presented at the 70th Annual Meeting of the Academy of Management, Montreal, Canada.
Shin, S. J., & Yuan, F. (2009). When the True Color Shines: Creative Self-efficacy and Employee Creativity in China. To be presented at the 69th Annual Meeting of the Academy of Management, Chicago, IL.
Shin, S. J. (2008). HR Practices, Perceived Fairness, and Intergroup Cognitions in Corporate Mergers. To be presented at the 68th Annual Meeting of the Academy of Management, Anaheim, CA.
Shin, S. J. (2008). Acculturation, Organizational Identity, and Commitment to Post-merger Implementation. To be presented at the 68th Annual Meeting of the Academy of Management, Anaheim, CA.
Nam, D, Cullen, J., Arthurs, J, & Shin, S. J. (2008) Cultural ambivalence and firm innovation: A multi-level analysis. To be presented at the 68th Annual Meeting of the Academy of Management, Anaheim, CA.
Zhou, J., Shin, S. J., & Cannella Jr., A. A. (2007). Employee creativity after mergers and acquisitions: Interactive effects of opportunity-threat perception, access to resources, and support for creativity. Presented at the 67th Annual Meeting of the Academy of Management, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania.
Shin, S. J., & Zhou, J. (2007). When is heterogeneity related to creativity in research and development teams? Evidence from Korea. In P. Tierney (Chairperson), Toward a global understanding of innovation and creativity. Symposium conducted at the 22nd Annual Conference of the Society for Industrial and Organizational Psychology, New York City, NY.
Yoo, J. W., Reed, R., & Shin, S. J. (2006). Top management team external ties as determinants of strategy and performance in late mover. Presented at the 66th Annual Meeting of the Academy of Management, Atlanta, Georgia.
Shin, S. J. (2004). “Us vs. Them” in a corporate merger: An intergroup cognition model during post-merger implementation. Presented at the 64th Annual Meeting of the Academy of Management, New Orleans, LA and published in the Best Papers Proceedings.