HeeJung Jung is an Assistant Professor at Imperial College Business School. HeeJung holds a Ph.D. in Management from INSEAD and a B.A. in Communications (Advertising and Public Relations) from Ewha Woman's University.
HeeJung's research involves the study of how founding conditions shape ventures’ performance and future strategies with a particular focus on founding team dynamics and inequality. HeeJung teaches Entrepreneurship and Business Plan Competition and she received Teaching Excellence Award (nominated by students) for inclusive teaching. She also acts as jury member in major startup competitions in UK and in North America including ShellLiveWire and QEC.
Chan TH, Lee YG, Jung H, 2021, Anchored differentiation: the role of temporal distance in the comparison and evaluation of new product designs, Organization Science, Vol:32, ISSN:1047-7039, Pages:1523-1541
Jung H, Vissa B, Pich M, 2017, How do entrepreneurial founding teams allocate task positions?, Academy of Management Journal, Vol:60, ISSN:0001-4273, Pages:264-294