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Taekjin Shin

Assistant Professor, School of Labor & Employment Relations

Taekjin Shin

In Brief

Research Interests

Taekjin’s research focuses on social, psychological, and institutional processes that underlie career outcomes for top executive managers. It is based on the premise that the assessment of leadership effectiveness—as manifested in executive compensation and executive succession—fundamentally relies on social judgment regarding leadership competence. To study social processes that shape such a judgment, he draws on several theoretical perspectives in strategic management, organizational theory, and organizational behavior regarding social comparison, pay equity, power in organizations, symbolic management, and organizational legitimacy.

Courses Taught

Sample Publication

Fair pay or power play? Pay equity, managerial power, and compensation adjustments for CEOs. Journal of Management. (forthcoming)

Other

Curriculum Vitae

Areas of Expertise

To reach Professor Shin:

239 LER, 504 E. Armory Avenue
Champaign, IL 61820
(217)-333-4842; (217)244-9290 fax
email: tshin@illinois.edu