Professor Chin’s research interests are focused within the field of strategic management, particularly on issues concerning socio-psychological factors in top management teams and their influences on organizational outcomes. His current research focuses on the influence of upper echelons’ political ideologies on various organizational outcomes, including strategic decisions, corporate governance, activism, corporate entrepreneurship, corporate financial and social performance.

Areas of Expertise

  • Behavioral Strategy, Strategic Leadership, Corporate Governance, Stakeholder Theory, Values and Political Ideologies of Top Executives.
Past Affiliations

Assistant Professor, Doctoral Programs, Kelley School of Business, Indiana University Bloomington

PhD, Pennsylvania State University, Management, 2014
MS, Seoul National University, Strategy and International Business, 2009
BA, Seoul National University, Economics, 2006