2018 - present, Korea University Business School.
2018 - present, Associate Professor.
2016 - 2018, Hankuk University of Foreign Studies, College of Business.
2017 - 2018, Associate Professor.
2016 - 2017, Assistant Professor.
2012 - present, University of Calgary, Haskayne School of Business.
2016 - present, Adjunct Assistant Professor.
2014 - 2016, Assistant Professor.
2012 - 2014, Visiting Assistant Professor.
2011 - 2012, Manhattan College, School of Business.
2011 - 2012, Assistant Professor.
Ph.D. The University of Texas at Dallas, Richardson, TX, August 2011.
M.S. KAIST Graduate School of Management, Seoul, Korea, February 2005.
B.A. Korea University, Seoul, Korea, February 2000.
Selected Journal Publications
Koh, B., S. Raghunathan, and B.R. Nault. An Empirical Examination of Voluntary Profiling: Privacy and Quid Pro Quo. Decision Support Systems. Accepted. March 2020.
Koh, B., I.H. Hann, and S. Raghunathan. Digitization of Music: Consumer Adoption amidst Piracy, Unbundling, and Re-bundling. MIS Quarterly. 43(1), March 2019, 25-45.
Koh, B., S. Raghunathan, and B.R. Nault. Is voluntary profiling welfare enhancing?. MIS Quarterly. 41(1), March 2017, 23-41.
Hann, I.H., B. Koh, and M.F. Niculescu. The Double-Edged Sword of Backward Compatibility: The Adoption of Multi-Generational Platforms in the Presence of Intergenerational Services. Information Systems Research. 27(1), March 2016, 112-130.
Oh, J., B. Koh, and S. Raghunathan. Value Appropriation between the Platform Provider and App Developers in Mobile Platform Mediated Networks. Journal of Information Technology. 30(3), September 2015, 245-259.
Koh, B., B.P.S. Murthi, and S. Raghunathan. Shifting Demand: Online Music Piracy, Physical Music Sales, and Digital Music Sales. Journal of Organizational Computing and Electronic Commerce. 24(4), October 2014, 366-387.
Cavusoglu, H., B. Koh, and S. Raghunathan. Analysis of the Impact of Passenger Profiling for Transportation Security. Operations Research. 58(5), October 2010, 1287-1302.
Koh, B., and J. Oh. Determination of Revenue Streams Subject to Sharing in the Mobile Internet Market. Review of Network Economics. 5(3), September 2006, 337-350.