Rady School of Management
Otterson Hall, Room 3S153
9500 Gilman Drive #0553
La Jolla, CA 92093-0553
Software and Network Security
Assistant Professor of Innovation, Technology and Operations
Shin’s research interests include forecast information sharing and investment in supply chain management, competitive strategies under operational constraints, economics of information technology, software and digital goods, release strategies in the motion picture industry and innovation in supply chains.
Shin has been published in numerous journals, including Information Systems Research, Operations Research and Manufacturing & Service Operations Management. He won the best paper award of Conference on Information Systems and Technology (2012) for the paper “Cloud Computing: Implications on Software Network Structure and Security Risks” with his co-authors, Terrence August and Marius Niculescu. He is a recipient of a 2011 Management Science Meritorious Service Award and Lieberman Fellowship from Stanford University (2006-2007).
Prior to joining the Rady School, Shin was an Assistant Professor at the Kellogg School of Management at Northwestern University. At Kellogg, he won Chairs’ Core Course Teaching Award. Shin earned a Ph.D. from Stanford University, a M.S. in Statistics from the University of Chicago and an M.S. in Management Engineering and B.S. in Industrial Engineering from the Korea Advanced Institute of Science and Technology.
Porteus, E. L., H. Shin, and T. I. Tunca, (2010) “Feasting on Leftovers: Strategic Use of Shortages in Price Competition Among Differentiated Products”, Manufacturing & Service Operations Management, 12(1), 140-161.
Niculescu, M. F., H. Shin, and S. Whang, (2012) “Underlying Consumer Heterogeneity in Markets for Technology-Intensive Services with Network Effects”, Information Systems Research, 23(4), 1322-1341.
August, T. W., H. Shin, and T. I. Tunca, (2013) “Licensing and Competition for Services in Open Source Software,” Information Systems Research, 24(4), 1068-1086.
Khanjari, N., S. Iravani, and H. Shin, (2014) “The Impact of the Manufacturer-hired Sales-agent on a Supply Chain with Information Asymmetry,” Manufacturing & Service Operations Management, 16(1) 76-88.
August, T., R. August, and H. Shin, (2014) “Designing User Incentives for Cybersecurity,” Communications of the ACM, 57(11), 43 – 46.
August, T.W., Niculescu, M. F., and H. Shin, (2014) “Cloud Computing: Implications on Software Network Structure and Security Risks”, Information Systems Research, 25(3), 489—510.
Wang, J. and H. Shin, (2015) “The Impact of Contracts and Competition on
Upstream Innovation in a Supply Chain,” Production and Operations Management, 24(1), 134—146.
August, T.W., Dao, D., and H. Shin, (2015) “Optimal Timing of Sequential Distribution: The Impact of Congestion Externalities and Day-and-Date Strategies”, Under Review.
Shamir, N. and H. Shin, (2015) “Public Forecast Information Sharing in a Market with Competing Supply Chains”, Under Revision.
Chu, L. Y., N. Shamir, and H. Shin, (2015) “Strategic Communication for Capacity Alignment with Pricing in a Supply Chain”, Under Revision.
Mnyshenko, O., V. Krishnan, and H. Shin, (2015) “Inclusive Innovation: Broader Market Coverage for Innovative Products with Deliberate Supply Chain Leadership,” Under Revision.
Cui, R., and H. Shin, (2015) “Sharing Aggregate Inventory Information with Customers: A Strategic Way of Cross-selling,” Under Revision.
Shamir, N. and H. Shin, (2015) “The Perils of Sharing Information in a Trade Association under a Strategic Wholesale Price,” Working paper.
August, T.W., H. Shin and T.I. Tunca, (2015) “Generating Value through Open Source: Software Service Market Regulation and Licensing Policy,” Working Paper.
Krishnan, V., J. Lee and H. Shin, (2015) “Innovation Internalization in Technology-Intensive Supply Chains,” Work-in-progress.
Kim, B. C., T. Mukhopadhyay, H. Shin, and D. Sun, (2014) “An Investigation of Competition among Support Service Providers for Open Source Software”, Working Paper.
Wang, J. and H. Shin, (2014) “Impact of Downstream Competition on Innovation in a Supply Chain”, Working Paper.
Wang, J. and H. Shin, (2014) “Impact of Upstream Competition on Innovation when Selling Through an Intermediary Retailer”, Working Paper.