Faculty & Research
Faculty & Research
Park, Hyun Young
Assistant Professor of Marketing, CEIBS
Dr. Hyun Young Park is an Assistant Professor of Marketing at CEIBS. She earned her PhD in Marketing from Stern School of Business, New York University and Bachelor in Business Administration, with highest honours, from Seoul National University.
Dr. Park’s research explores how morality and emotion influence judgment and decision making. In particular, she examines how moral emotions such as anger, guilt, gratitude, and pride impact consumer spending and mental accounting. Her work experiences at A.T. Kearney, Bain & Company, and L’Oreal also gave rise to her interest in the effects of branding on consumer identity and information processing. Inspired by her extensive volunteer work in Central Asia and Haiti, she is also interested in investigating factors that affects charitable giving as well as the effects of corporate social responsibility on consumer behavior.
Dr. Park was recently named as one of the world’s “Best 40 under 40 Professors” by Poets & Quants. She has been a passionate volunteer worker over the last fifteen years, serving the underprivileged in Islamic, post-Socialist, and distressed countries through various educational programmes. In addition, she has been involved in ASEM (Asia Europe Meeting) activities that promote mutual understanding across different cultures. Dr. Park has a unique global background as, while growing up, she was educated in Australia, France, Japan, Korea, and the US.
- Ph.D., New York University, Leonard N. Stern School of Business
- B.A., Seoul National University, Korea
- Morality and Emotions
- Consumer Financial Decision Making, Mental Accounting
- Charitable Giving
- Compensatory Consumption
- Consumer Behaviour
- Marketing Management
- Brand Management
- Business Ethics