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Management

Sirkwoo Jin

Assistant Professor

International Business & Management

Degree(s)

B. A., Seoul National University; M. A., Seoul National University; Ph.D., University of Maryland

Teaching

Undergraduate: 

  • Organizational Behavior
  • International Management
  • Human Resource Management

Graduate: 

  • Leading Effective Teams
  • Leading Creativity and Innovation

Professional Experience

Conference Presentations

Jin, S., & Seo, M. 2013. Ambivalent affect and creativity: A moderated mediation model. Paper presented at the 73rdAcademy of Management Annual Meeting, Lake Buena Vista (Orlando), FL, August.

Jin, S., & Shapiro, D. 2013. How transformational leaders influence team creativity: An empirical test of dual mediating mechanisms. Paper presented at the 73rd Academy of Management Annual Meeting, Lake Buena Vista (Orlando), FL, August.

Paik, Y., Seo, M., & Jin, S. 2012. When and why does emotional intelligence matter in self-managing teams? Paper presented at the 72nd Academy of Management Annual Meeting, Boston, MA, August.

Jin, S., Seo, M., & Shapiro, D. 2008. Revisiting the link between leaders’ emotional intelligence and transformational leadership: The moderating role of emotional intensity. Presented at the 68thAcademy of Management Annual Meeting, Anaheim, CA, August.

Seo, M., Jin, S., & Shapiro, D. 2008. Do happy leaders lead better? Affective and attitudinal antecedents of transformational leadership behavior. Presented at the 68th Academy of Management Annual Meeting, Anaheim, CA, August.

Jin, S., & Singh, S. 2007. The relationship between task-conflict and relationship conflict. Presented at the 67th Academy of Management Annual Meeting, Philadelphia, PA, August.

Research

Recent Publications

Jin, S., Seo, M., & Shapiro, D. 2008. Revisiting the link between leaders’ emotional intelligence and transformational leadership: The moderating role of emotional intensity.Academy of Management Proceedings,1-6.

Seo, M., Barrett, L. F., & Jin, S. 2008. The structure of affect: History, theory, and implications for emotion research in organizations. In N. M. Ashkanasy and C.L. Cooper (Eds.) Research Companion to Emotion in Organizations, pp.17-44. London: Edward Elgar.

Contact

jins@merrimack.edu
978-837-5414

Office

O’Reilly 423