BBA 2012Business Administration, Korea University
MS 2016International Business and Strategy, Korea University
I am a PhD Candidate in Strategic Management and Entrepreneurship at the Carlson School of Management, University of Minnesota. I am on the academic job market Fall 2021.
My research focuses on heterogeneous organizational governance and their differential effects on social and economic outcomes. More specifically, in my dissertation, I examine how different ownership and incentive structure of cooperatives affect technology diffusion and competitive dynamics with investor-owned firms in broadband industry. My dissertation received SRF Dissertation Research Grant (Strategic Management Society) and McNamara Women’s Fellowship (University of Minnesota) in 2020.
In addition to focusing on my research, I greatly enjoyed being a graduate instructor. I taught an introductory management course to undergraduate students and was awarded with the Best Teaching Award for academic year 2018-2019.
I have MS in Business administration with a focus on global strategy and environmental sustainability from Korea University, and BBA from Korea University.
Hyoju Jeong (lead author) with Aseem Kaul, and Jiao Luo. “Desert Places: Cooperatives as Infrastructure Providers in Marginalized Areas.” First Essay of Dissertation.
Revise & Resubmit at Strategic Management Journal.
Hyoju Jeong. “Cooperative as an entrant and Incumbents’ Technology Upgrades.” Second Essay of Dissertation & Job Market Paper.
Nominated for the 2021 SMS Annual Conference Best Paper Prize.
Work in Progress
Hyoju Jeong. “Role of cooperative broadband provision on entrepreneurial activities in marginalized areas: evidence from new clinic openings and telehealth usage”. Analyzing data.
Hyoju Jeong. “The Effect of Employee Stock Ownership Plan (ESOP) vs. Worker Cooperative on Long-term Regional Economy”. Collecting data.