1993 Ph.D. Carnegie Mellon University
1990 M.S. Carnegie Mellon University, Finance
1987 M.A, Seoul National University, Economics/
1985 B.A. Seoul National University, Economics
ACADEMIC AND PROFESSIONAL EXPERIENCE
Professor, School of Business, Yonsei University, 2002-present
Visiting Senior Fellow, National University of Singapore, 2006-2007
Associate Professor, School of Business, Ajou University, 1999-2002
Assistant Professor, The Hong Kong University of Science and Technology, 1993-1999
Shin, J. 2005. Direct Sales of Financial Information by a Monopolistic Seller. Hitotsubashi Journal of Economics, 46(1): 41-63.
Dasgupta, S. & Shin, J. 2004. Managerial Risk Taking Incentives, Product Market Competition and Welfare. European Economic Review, 48: 391-401.
Cho, J., Shin, J., & Singh, R. 2004. The Generality of Spurious Predictability. Financial Research Letters 1: 203-214.
Shin, J. 2003. Optimal use of financial information. Seoul Journal of Economics, 16(3); 295-325.
Shin, J. 2004. Managerial Risk Trading Incentives, Product Market Competition and Welfare. European Economic Review.
Shin, J. 2000. Interactions among China-Related Stocks. Asian Pacific Financial Market.
Shin, J. 1999. Endogenou Informed Trading in the Presence of Trading Cost: Effects on Observed Security Prices. Journal of Financial Market.
Shin, J. 1999. Information Free-Riding, Information Sharing, and Capital Structure in Oligopolies. International Journal of Industrial Organization.
Shin, J. 1996. The Optimal Regulation of Insider Trading. Journal of Financial Intermediation.
PROFESSIONAL ACTIVITIES AND AWARDS
Chair, Academic Research Committee, Korean Finance Association, 2008-present
Associate Editor, Korean Management Review, 2005-present