Sujin Lee

Sujin Lee

Visiting Associate Researcher  


Ph.D. Cornell University
M.A. Columbia University
B.A. Yonsei University

Research Interest


Prosocial behavior

Ethical decision making



Intercultural and intergroup collaboration

Sujin Lee earned her PhD from Cornell University’s Johnson Graduate School of Management. She taught at Northwestern University’s Kellogg School of Management and is currently an Associate Professor at Korea Advanced Institute of Science and Technology (KAIST) and visiting scholar at The Paul Merage School of Business. Her research examines antecedents, processes and consequences of creativity and cultural and relational models of negotiation, intergroup collaboration, and power. Her research has been published in leading journals like Organizational Behavior and Human Decision Processes, Journal of Experimental Social Psychology, and Personality and Social Psychology Bulletin. Dr. Lee is the winner of multiple research awards, including Academy of Management Best Empirical Paper Award, Emerald Literati Network Outstanding Paper Award for Excellence, EWon Endowed Chair Assistant Professorship, and National Research Foundation of Korea Mid-Career Research Grant Award. Moreover, her excellence in teaching and student advising has been frequently recognized by such awards as KAIST Anniversary Grand Prize for Excellence in Teaching Award and Best Lab Award.