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Dr. Kyungwoo Kang - PH.D.

Kyungwoo Kang

Department of Management and Marketing

Phone: 478.471.2807

  • Macon - Professional Sciences and Conference Center - PSC 390
    Phone: 478.471.2807
Office Hours: By appointment via e-mail.
Biography: Kyungwoo (David) Kang is a Professor of Business at Middle Georgia State University. He earned his Ph.D. in Business Administration from the University of Rhode Island and MBA from State University of New York (SUNY) at Binghamton. Before his career in academia, he worked at SAMSUNG as a manager involved in customer information system development and SAP/R3 deployment. He teaches upper level business courses including Business Statistics and Management Information Systems. His research interests include e-commerce, knowledge management, and online community network dynamics. His research works have been presented at numerous international, national, regional proceedings and published in journals.
Courses: MGMT 3101 Business Statistics
MGMT 3160 Management Information Systems
BUSA 3340 Business Analysis Using Excel
MGMT 5200 Management Information Systems (Graduate)
Education: PH.D.     Business Administration, University of Rhode Island  2009
MBA       State University of New York at Binghamton  2004
MBA       Seoul National University (Seoul, South Korea) 1994
BBA       Yonsei University (Seoul, South Korea) 1992
Publications: Selected Journal Publications:

Kyungwoo Kang, Myungjae Kwak, and Seung Kyoon Shin (2018), "A Calculus of Virtual Community Knowledge Intentions: Anonymity and Perceived Network-Structure," Journal of Computer Information Systems (JCIS), Vol.58, No. 2, 110-121.

Kyungwoo Kang, Seung Kyoon Shin, and G. Lawrence Sanders (2014). "The Effect of Community Characteristics and Member Retention of Virtual Communities." the International Journal of Virtual Communities and Social Networking (IJVCSN), Vol.5, No.3: 16-34.

Kang, Kyungwoo and Seungkyoon Shin (2014). "Perceived Network Structure, Self-Efficacy and Other Individual Motivations as Antecedents of Knowledge Exchange Intentions in Virtual Knowledge Communities." the International Journal of the Academic Business World (IJABW) Vol.8, No.1: 1-10.

Kyungwoo Kang, Yong Jin Kim, and Seung Kyoon Shin (2013), “Why Do Customers Purchase from a Website? Activity-Based Web Presence Readiness Model,” Asia Pacific Journal of Information Systems (APJIS), Vol. 23, No. 4, December 2013.

Douglas N. Hales, James Kroes, Yuwen Chen, and Kyung Woo (David) Kang (2012), “The Cost of Mindfulness: A Case Study,” Journal of Business Research (JBR), (Vol.65, Iss.4), Apr. 2012, pp.570–578.

Minsung Kim, Grace B. Yu, and Kyung Woo Kang, "Identifying the Interactive Effects of Self Congruity and Functional Congruity on Customers Online Store Patronage Behavior," Yonsei Business Review (YBR) Vol. 46, No. 2 (Fall 2009), pp.151-172

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