Shin is Jimmy Anklesaria Presidential Chair in Innovation and Entrepreneurship and
Associate Professor of Innovation Information Technology and Operations at Rady School of Management. 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.