Joongseo Kim is a Visiting Assistant Professor in the Department of Management at the Spears School of Business at Oklahoma State University. He received his PhD in Management from Oklahoma State University. He also has a MS in Management from University of Colorado at Denver, and a BA in Business Administration from Hankuk University of Foreign Studies.
Joongseo's research interests are in the area of behavioral ethics, deviance, culture, and diversity. He has published in important outlets including Journal of Applied Psychology and Organizational Behavior and Human Decision Processes. Joongseo has presented his research at conferences including Academy of Management, Society for Industrial and Organizational Psychology, Society for Personality and Social Psychology, Southwestern Academy of Management, and Southern Management Association’s annual meetings.
Joongseo has taught classes in business ethics, and managing behavior and organization at the undergraduate level. He won the Graduate College Dissertation Award (2015) and Phillips Dissertation Award (2015) at the Oklahoma State University. Prior to his academic career, Joongseo worked in the U.S. Army as a training non-commissioned officer.
EducationPh D, Oklahoma State University, Management, 2016
MS, University of Colorado at Denver, Management, 2009
BA, Hankuk University of Foreign Studies, South Korea, Business Administration, 2003
Jennifer A. Whitson, Cynthia S. Wang, Joongseo Kim, Jiyin Cao & Alex J. Scrimpshire. (2015). "Responses to normative and norm-violating behavior: Culture, job mobility, and social inclusion and exclusion". Organizational Behaviour and Human Decision Processes, 129, 24-35.
Rebecca Greenbaum, Matt Quade, M. B. Mawritz, Joongseo Kim & D. Crosby. (2014). "When the customer is unethical: The explanatory role of employee emotional exhaustion onto conflict outcomes and job neglect". Journal of Applied Psychology, 99 (6), 1188-1203.
Gabi M Eissa, Corey Fox, B. D. Webster & Joongseo Kim. (2012). "A framework for leader effectiveness in virtual teams.". Journal of Leadership, Accountability and Ethics. 9 (2), 11-22.