- Assistant Professor
- Allen G. Aaronson Department of Marketing & International Business
- (646) 312-3286
Lynn Pyun (PhD, MIT) is an Assistant Professor of International Business in Zicklin School of Business, City University of New York (CUNY). Before joining Baruch, she was a post-doctoral associate in the Strategy Unit at Harvard Business School. She is interested in how multinational corporations strategically adapt to local institutions as they move on to overseas markets. She also studies how to best motivate workers in the higher end of talent distribution in order to boost productivity.
Siegel, J. and Pyun, L. 2013. Microsoft in Korea. Harvard Business School Case, 713-522.
Lee, W., Pyun, L., Kim, B. & Park, J. 2009. Policy agendas to promote private-sector R&D investments and raise R&D intensity ratio to 5% of GDP. Science and Technology Policy Institute Policy Report, 2009-09. In Korean.
Siegel, J., Pyun, L. and Cheon, B. Multinational firms, labor market discrimination, and the capture of competitive advantage by exploiting the social divide. Administrative Science Quarterly, revise and resubmit. (In progress)
Pyun, L. Caught in the downside of large-firm driven development. Final revision to submit to Organization Science. (In progress)
Pyun, L. and Siegel, J. Where are elite engineers most productive? A quantitative examinaton. Final revision to submit to Journal of International Business Studies. (In progress)
Pyun, L. How does performance-based pay impact profitability? An empirical study. Data secured, and exploratory data analysis completed. (In progress)
Pyun, L. and Siegel, J. Women in academia: is meritocracy achieved? Completed data analysis, writing paper. (In progress)
Massachusetts Institute of Technology, Department of Urban Studies and Planning. Lloyd and Nadine Rodwin International Travel Fellowship. 2009. US$500.
Seoul National Alumni Association, New England Chapter. Scholarship Award. 2008. US$1,000.
Massachusetts Institute of Technology, Ida Green Fellowship. Institute-wide award for four incoming female Ph.D. students each year. 2003-2004. US$50,000.
Whe-Soo Scholarship Foundation. Overseas Scholarship Award. 2001. US$2,000.
Yonsei University. Academic honors. Awarded to the top 5 percent of students. 1999-2000.
Yonsei University, Department of Russian Language and Literature. Best Essay Award. 1998.