Inchan Kim

Decision Sciences
Phone: (603) 862-5269
Office: Decision Sciences, Paul College Rm 309, Durham, NH 03824
Inchan Kim

Inchan’s primary research encompasses the intricate realms of technology meaning, digital innovation, and DEI (diversity, equity, inclusion). With a unique vantage point rooted in institutional discursive perspectives, Inchan conducts research utilizing both qualitative and quantitative methodologies, such as grounded theory methods and cutting-edge AI techniques. His more recent endeavors are directed toward unraveling the profound ways digital technologies help establish more equitable business and society. Inchan's work has appeared in MIS Quarterly, International Journal of Information Management, Journal of Business Research, Internet Research, International Conference on Information Systems, and Academy of Management Meetings.

Inchan takes developing future leaders seriously too. He emphasizes fundamentals and also teaches cutting-edge technical skills and technology knowledge developed from his own research and industry involvements as well as learned from others' scholarly work. Leveraging his diverse life experiences, Inchan connects with students and pay close attention to each and every one. In doing so, he encourages and pushes his students to reach their full potential and helps them along the way. Inchan's teaching interests include applied AI, digital technology impacts, and fundamentals of business technologies and analytics.

Inchan is a first-generation college graduate.


  • Ph.D., Management Information Systems, University of Oklahoma
  • M.S., Information Systems, Yonsei University
  • B.B.A., Management Information Systems, Hyupsung University

Research Interests

  • Digital Technology
  • Management Information Systems
  • Corporate Social Responsibility and ESG

Courses Taught

  • ADMN 410: Management Information Systems
  • ADMN 926: Technology & Competitive Edge
  • DS 774: E-Business
  • DS 774/898: E-Business

Selected Publications

Roberts, N., & Kim, I. (n.d.). Organizational mission and digital platform evolution: an investigation of entrepreneurial organizations in nascent markets. Internet Research. doi:10.1108/intr-01-2022-0077

Kim, I. (2022). Searching for the Meaning of Digital Technology: How is it Different from Information Technology?. In NEAIS Annual Conference. Boston, MA.

Carte, T., Tina, N., Emre, Y., & Kim, I. (2021). Conflict Asymmetry in Face-to-face and Computer Mediated teams. AIS Transactions on Replication Research, 7, 1-19. doi:10.17705/1atrr.00066

Kim, I., & Miranda, S. (2018). 20 Years Old but Still a Teenager? A Review of Organizing Vision Theory and Suggested Directions. In Pacific Asia Conference on Information Systems. Yokohama, Japan.

Kim, I., & Summers, J. (2017). Review on Social Media Literature through Juxtaposition of IT Views and IS Phenomena. In International Conference on Information Systems.

Wang, D., Miranda, S., & Kim, I. (2017). Structuration of Community Knowledge and Community Engagement: Social Media, IoT, and Big Data. In Academy of Management Proceedings Vol. 2017 (pp. 14914). Academy of Management.

Kim, H. J., Kim, I., & Lee, H. (2016). Third-party mobile app developers’ continued participation in platform-centric ecosystems: An empirical investigation of two different mechanisms. International Journal of Information Management, 36(1), 44-59. doi:10.1016/j.ijinfomgt.2015.09.002

Bradbury, B. C., Kim, I., & Syst, A. I. (2016). What If 140 Characters Can Impact Your Company's Market Value? Tweeting Corporate Social Responsibility and Stock Prices in the Financial Sector. In AMCIS 2016 PROCEEDINGS. Retrieved from

Miranda, S., Kim, I., & Wang, D. (2015). Whose Talk is Walked? IT Decentralizability, Vendor versus Adopter Discourse, and the Diffusion of Social Media versus Big Data. In International Conference on Information Systems (ICIS).

Miranda, S., Kim, I., & Summers, J. (2015). Jamming with Social Media: How the Cognitive Structuring of Organizing Vision Facets Affects Innovation Diffusion. MIS Quarterly, 39(3), 591-614. Retrieved from

Most Cited Publications