2016 ~ Assoc Prof, Hankuk University of Foreign Studies
2010 ~ 2015 Asst Prof, KIMEP University
2009 Res.Fel, National University of Singapore
2009 Phd (MIS), Korea University
2005 MS (IS), Yonsei University
1998 BS (Bio), KAIST
INtERNAtioNAL JouRNAl pUBLicaTion
* Lee, J. and Pee, L.G. "Exploring a Mental Scaling Effect on Online Consumer Ratings: Identifications of Shopping Behaviors and Information Processing Rules," International Journal of Electronic Commerce Studies (forthcoming)
* Lee, J. 2017. "Social capital expectation and usage of social media: the moderating role of social capital susceptibility," Behaviour & Information Technology, 36(10), pp.1067-1080.
* Lee, J. and Seo, D.B. 2016. “Crowdsourcing Not All Sourced by the Crowd: An Observation on the Behavior of Wikipedia Participants,” Technovation, 55–56 (September–October), pp.14-21.
* Lee, J. and Ryu, H.S. 2016. “Inward vs. Outward Gratifications in the Continuing Use of Social Media: The Moderating Effects of Social Orientation and Gender,” INFORMATION - An International Interdisciplinary Journal, 19(7), pp.2501-2520.
* Seo, D.B. and Lee, J. 2016. “Web_2.0 and Five Years Since: How the Combination of Technological and Organizational Initiatives Influences an Organization’s Long-term Web_2.0 Performance,” Telematics and Informatics, 33(1), pp.232–246.
KorEAN jOUrnAL PublICaTIoN
* Lee, J. and Lee, S.H. 2017. “Understanding Gender Differences in Social Media “like” Behavior: Empathy, Social Support, Relationship Building and Information Sharing,” Information Systems Review, 19(1), pp.101-121.
* Lee, J. Pee, L.G. and Min, J.Y. 2016. “Editorial: New Perspectives on the Development, Adoption, and Application of Information Systems,” Asia Pacific Journal of Information Systems, 26(3), pp.385-392.
* Lee, J. and Lee, H.J. 2016. “Your Expectation Matters When You Read Online Consumer Reviews: The Review Extremity and the Escalated Confirmation Effect,” Asia Pacific Journal of Information Systems, 26(3), pp.449-476.
* Pee, L.G. and Lee, J. 2016. “Trust in User-Generated Information on Social Media during Crises: An Elaboration Likelihood Perspective,” Asia Pacific Journal of Information Systems, 26(1), pp.1-21.