Sooyun Baik earned her Ph.D. in Organizational Behavior from London Business School. She also holds a Master’s in Organizational Psychology from Columbia University and a Bachelor’s in Business Administration and Psychology from the College of William and Mary. Her research interests lie at the intersection of culture, gender, and human resource management.


1. “Culture creation and change: Making sense of the past to inform future research agendas,” Kim, Y.J., Toh, S.M., & Baik, S., Journal of Management, 2022, 1-45.

2. “Culture and judgement and decision-making,” Savani, K., Cho, J., Baik, S., & Morris, M.W, The Wiley Blackwell Handbook of Judgment and Decision Making, 2015, 2 Volume, 456.

3. “Leadership by gender stereotypes: Systematic examinations of culture and gender of leaders,” Kim, Y., Baik, S, Toh, S. M., & Luan, Y., Academy of Management Proceedings, 2020, Vol. 1, p. 18528.

4. “Gender differences in the valuation of effort: Women want to be rewarded for and reward effort more than men,” Baik, S., & Kesebir, S. Academy of Management Proceedings, 2017.


Selected Working Papers

1. The Functionality of ChatGPT and Human Interactions.

2. The Bias for Talent in Recruitment Attracts Narcissistic Job Seekers.

3. Female Leadership Behaviors in Culturally Tight-Loose Groups. *Winner of the Faculty Transnational Research Paper Award (2020), Gender & Diversity in Organization (GDO) Division, Academy of Management Meeting (AOM).