antecedents of one’s beliefs regarding social capital, trickle-down effects on the quality of organizational decision-making and organizational performance
YeJin joined INSEAD in July 2019. After high school in Japan, she majored in Global Affairs and minored in Chinese Studies at Yale-NUS College, where she spent four years studying domestic politics in East Asia and their impact on foreign policy. Her current research focuses on the role of brokers and how they facilitate knowledge transfer in a multicultural context. YeJin is equipped with both quantiative (STATA, R, SPSS, Python) and qualitative (Qualtrics, SONA, participant observation) skillsets and she is hoping to do a PhD. In her free time she enjoys playing tennis, cycling, composing songs on the piano and reading.