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Saehee (Sam) Kang joined Marquette University in 2019. He received his Ph.D. degree in October from the School of Management and Labor Relations at Rutgers University. He earned his master’s degree in management and bachelor’s degree in business administration from Korea University. Saehee’s research interests include strategic human resource management, compensation, innovation, and international management. His research has been published in Academy of Management Journal, Human Resource Management, and Academy of Management Best Papers Proceedings.
Han, J., Kang, S., Oh, I-S., Kehoe, R., & Lepak, D. (2019). The Goldilocks Effect of Strategic Human Resource Management? Optimizing the Benefits of a High Performance Work System through the Dual Alignment of Vertical and Horizontal Fit. Academy of Management Journal.
Kang, S., & Kim, A. (2018). Employee Stock Ownership and Financial Performance in European Countries: The Moderating Effects of Uncertainty Avoidance and Social Trust. Human Resource Management.
Son, E., Kang, S., & Lepak, D. (2017). Impact of Contingent Employment Trajectory on Standard Employees' Attitudes and Firm Performance. Academy of Management Best Papers Proceedings.
The Louis O. Kelso Fellowship, Employee Ownership Foundation, 2019-2020
The SHRM Dissertation Award, Academy of Management HR division, 2018
The Corey Rosen Fellowship, Rosen Ownership Opportunities Fund, 2017-2018
ILERA Scholarship, International Labor and Employment Relations Association, 2018