Claire Heeryung Kim
PhD, Marketing, Indiana University, Bloomington, USA
MS, Marketing, Seoul National University, South Korea
BBA, Business Administration, Seoul National University, South Korea
Claire Heeryung Kim is an Assistant Professor of Marketing at McGill University. She holds a PhD in Marketing from Kelley School of Business, Indiana University, and an MS and a BBA from Seoul National University. Prior to her graduate studies, she worked as a marketing researcher in a KANTAR TNS Korea.
Kim, Claire Heeryung and Eunjoo Han (2020), “Premiums Paid for What You Believe in: The Interactive Role of Price Promotion and Cause Involvement on Consumer Response,” Journal of Retailing, 96 (2), 235-50. (Equal Authorship)
Kim, Claire Heeryung, Adam Duhachek, DaHee Han, and Zakary Tormala (2018), “Political Identity, Preference, and Persuasion,” Social Influence, 13 (4), 177-91.
Kim, Claire Heeryung and Youjae Yi (2016), “The Effects of Impression Management on Coupon Redemption across Cultures,” Psychology & Marketing, 33 (7), 573-83.
Doctoral Student Research Productivity Award, Indiana University, 2016
Best Discussant Award, Haring Symposium, Indiana University, 2015
Marketing Research Excellence Award, Indiana University, 2015
A.T. Kearney Consulting Case Competition 2nd Prize, Korea, 2006
SSHRC Insight Development Grant, 2019
Start-up Grant, McGill University, 2017-2019
Internal Paper Grant, McGill University, 2017
Clare Barker Chair Funds, Indiana University, 2015