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Saehwa Hong

PhD Student
Operations Management and Strategy Department


PhD, Management, Strategy, University at Buffalo, expected June 2017
MS, International Business, Korea University Business School, Aug 2011
BA, Business Administration, Hongik University, Feb 2009
Global Exchange Students Program, Illinois Institute of Technology, Sep 2007 ~ Feb 2008

Vita [PDF]

Research Interests

Teaching Interests

Selected Publications

Shin, H.D. and Hong, S.H., 2010. Firm-specific skills, agency problems, and efficient employment contracts, Management Education Review, Korea 13 (3): 149-169

Shin, H.D., Kim, S.Y., Lee, K.C., and Hong, S.H., The impact of subsidiary autonomy on subsidiary performance, Academy of International Business, Korea 24 (1): 1-22

Conference Presentation

Hong, S.H. and Rhee, J. The Determinants of Subsidiary performance within MNCs (Multinational Corporations). 2011 conference on Korean Strategic Management Society.

Hong, S.H. and Rhee, J. Network Embeddedness and INVs (International new ventures) Performance: A Contingency Approach based on Multi-level analyses. 2011 conference on Business Venturing in Korea.

Li, Y and Hong, S.H. Slack Resources and MNE subsidiary performance, 2013 Strategic Management Society 33rd Annual International Conference

Contact Information

Saehwa Hong
PhD Student
Operations Management and Strategy
School of Management
University at Buffalo
326H Jacobs Management Center
Buffalo NY 14260-4000

Tel: 716-645-6613