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Faculty
  • Chang, Eun Mi Professor
  • Major   Management
    Ph.D. University of Maryland
  • Lab   Business Hall #543
  • Contact   02-2123-5482
  • Email   emchang@yonsei.ac.kr

EDUCATION

1993 Ph.D. University of Maryland
1987 MBA Yonsei University
1985 B.A. Yonsei University, English Literature

ACADEMIC AND PROFESSIONAL EXPERIENCE

Professor, School of Business, Yonsei University, 2006-present
Associate Professor, School of Business, Yonsei University, 2004-2006
Associate Professor, Hankook University of Foreign Studies, 2001-2004
Assistant Professor, School of Labor and Industrial Relations, Michigan State University, 1999-2001
Research Fellow, Hyundai Research Institute, 1996-1998

TEACHING INTERESTS

Organizational Behavior Human Resource Management Research Methodology Motivation Theory

RESEARCH INTERESTS

Organizational Behavior
Human Resource Management
Motivation Theory & Application

SELECTED PUBLICATION

Chang, E., Hyun, C. & Yae, J. (Forthcoming). Organizational work-family culture and affective commitment of working mothers: How career expectations matter. Human Resource Management.

Chang, E. 2011 Motivational Effects of Pay-for-Performance: A Multilevel Analysis of a Korean Case. International Journal of Human Resource Management.

Magoshi, E. & Chang, E. 2009. Diversity Management and the Effects on Employees’ Organizational Commitment: Evidence from Japan and Korea. Journal of World Business. 44(10). 19-30

Chang, E.2006. Individual pay-for-performance and commitment HR bundle in South Korea. Journal of World Business, 41: 368-381.

Chang, E. & Hahn, J. 2006. Does pay-for-performance enhance perceived distributive justice for collectivistic employees? Personnel Review: 397-412.

Chang, E. 2005. Employees' Overall Perception of HR Effectiveness. Human Relations, 58: 523-544.

Chang, E. 2005. Pay-for-performance in Korean companies: Explanations from institutionalism and motivational theories. Korean Management Review, 34: 847-865.

Chang, E. 2003. Composite effects of extrinsic motivation on work effort: Case of Korean employees. Journal of World Business, 38: 70-79.

Chang, E. 2002. Distributive Justice and Organizational Commitment Revisited: Moderation by Layoff in the Case of Korean Employees. Human Resource Management, 41: 261-270.

Chang, E. & Taylor, M.S. 1999. Control in multinational corporations : Case of manufacturing industry in Korea. Journal of Management: 541-565.

Chang, E. 1999. Career commitment as a complex moderator of organizational commitment and turnover intention. Human Relations, 52: 1257-1278.

PROFESSIONAL ACTIVITIES AND AWARDS

Best Paper Award of Japan Academy of International Business Studies 2009
Teaching Award, Yonsei School of Business 2008
Emerald Literati Network Awards for Excellence 2007
Distinguished Professor Award, Hankuk University of Foreign Studies 2002

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