Kang, Sanghoon (Hoonie)（姜尙勳）
BA, MS (Yonsei School of Business); PhD (Rutgers Business School)
Department of ManagementRoom 805, 8/F
Cheng Yu Tung Building
12 Chak Cheung Street
Shatin, N.T., Hong Kong
+852 3943 7780
Prof. Sanghoon Hoonie Kang joined The Chinese University of Hong Kong (CUHK) Business School as an Assistant Professor of Management in August 2021. He teaches courses entitled “Introduction to Management” and “Global Experiential Learning II”.
Prof. Kang’s research concentrates on conditions that may facilitate or hinder people to make sound decisions. Specifically, he examines how experts’ ego detrimentally impacts their judgments and explores their tendencies to become more overconfident when challenged as part of bolstering their abilities to generate better predictions. Additionally, he also investigates how algorithmic information impacts people’s perception, biasedness, and behaviors. Prof. Kang has published his research in several of the leading management, psychology, and negotiation journals, including the Academy of Management Journal, Group Decision and Negotiation, and Journal of Behavioral Addictions.
Prof. Kang received a BA in Economics from Yonsei University; a MS in Management from Yonsei School of Business; and a PhD in Management from Rutgers Business School.
Overconfidence and Cognitive Biases
- Publications & Working Papers
- Sanghoon Hoonie Kang and Jerry Kim (2022), “The Fragility of Experts: A Moderated-Mediation Model of Expertise, Identity Threat, and Overprecision,” Academy of Management Journal, 65(2), 577-605.
- Sanghoon Hoonie Kang and Terri Kurtzberg (2019), “Reach for Your Cell Phone at Your Own Rist: The Cognitive Costs of Media Choice for Breaks,” Journal of Behavioral Addictions, 8(3), 395-403.
- Terri Kurtzberg, Sanghoon Hoonie Kang, and Charles Naquin (2018), “The Effect of E-Communication Richness on Negotiation Performance: Screen Size, Video, and Text in Negotiations,” Group Decision and Negotiation, 27(4), 573-592.
- Sanghoon Hoonie Kang and Hunjoon Park (2014), “As Long As You Trust Me: Negotiation Outcome Upon Power Transition, Asymmetric Awareness, and Trust,” Academy of Management Proceedings, 2014(1), 10179.
- Awards & Honours
- Graduate School Dissertation Fellowship, awarded by Rutgers Business School with USD 20,000, 2019-2020
- Fulbright Graduate Study Award, awarded by Bureau of Educational and Cultural Affairs of US Department of State with USD 70,000, 2015-2020
- Magna Cum Laude, Yonsei University, 2010
- Academic/Professional Services
- Member, Academy of Management, 2014-Present