Professors from YSB and the Yonsei College of Commerce and Economics continued their interdisciplinary collaborations in May in the 5th Interdisciplinary Research Seminar, a once-a-semester dialogue that began in 2017.
This semester the two-session seminar featured, three associate professors each from the YSB and the Yonsei College of Commerce and Economics. Each session was led by Hak-Bae Lee, director of the Yonsei Institute of Data Science, The other was led by Jhin-Young Shin, direction of the Yonsei Business Research Institute.
Session 1: Presenter & Research Topic
Se-Min Kim of Economics, “Efficiency and Stability of Weighted Majority Rules”
Jong-Ho Im of Applied Statistics, “Data Integration and Statistical Disclosure Control”
Myung-Kyu Shim of Economics, “Coordination Games with Dispersed Information: Theory and Application”
Session 2: Presenter & Research Topic
Jun-Kyung Auh of Finance, ”Trading Behavior Implications from the Organizational Structure of Financial Institutions”
Seung-Jae Park of Operations Management, “Coordination and Cooperation in Supply Chains”
Jae-Young Lee of Marketing, “Social Networks and Marketing”
The interdisciplinary research seminars are jointly organized by the Yonsei Business Research Institute, which is affiliated with the YSB, and the Yonsei Economic Research Institute and the Yonsei Institute of Data Science, which are affiliated with the Yonsei College of Commerce and Economics.