Aaron R. Stephens, Assistant Professor of Business Administration

232 Golisano Hall
stephensa@hartwick.edu
607-431-4939

Areas of expertise:
International trade, statistics, and marketing.
Education:
Ph.D., Pusan National University

Recent courses taught:

  • BUSA 348 Operational Statistics, BUSA 101 Introduction to Business

Distinctions (awards, fellowships, grants):

  • Best Dissertation Award, Korean Association of International Business Management

Selected publications:

Books:

  • Seong-am Moon, Dong-jin Kim and Aaron Rae Stephens (2014) “The Three Little Pigs and Pooling”, Kindle Direct Publishing.
  • Seong-am Moon, Dong-jin Kim and Aaron Rae Stephens (2014) “Pinocchio Becoming Human with the Theory of Constraints” Kindle Direct Publishing.
  • Seong-am Moon, Dong-jin Kim and Aaron Rae Stephens (2014) “The Emporer’s S-Curve”, Kindle Direct Publishing.
  • Seong-am Moon, Dong-jin Kim and Aaron Rae Stephens (2014) “Making the Match Girl Rich”, Kindle Direct Publishing.
  • Stephens, Aaron Rae, (2014) “Guide to a Healthy Living Wall”, Kindle Direct Publishing.
  • Stephens, Aaron Rae, (2016) “Strategic orientations and dynamic capabilities: Evidence from Korea”, LAP Lambert Academic Publishing

Academic Papers:

  • Stephens, Aaron Rae and Kim, Seong-soo, (2015), “A study on the effects of strategic orientations on dynamic capabilities and international performance: Evidence from Korean firms”, Korean Academy of International Business Management, Vol. 18, No. 4, pp. 243-275.
  • Stephens, Aaron Rae, (2017) “The need for emergency economic policy options to mitigate the economic impacts of epidemics: Ebola in West Africa and MERS in South Korea” Regional Economies and Policies, Vol. 2 No. 2, pp. 1-11.
  • Stephens, Aaron Rae, (2018) “Emotional intelligence, self-efficacy, stress and turnover: Evidence from service employees in China”, Journal of China Studies, Vol. 21 No. 2 pp. 79-99.
  • Stephens, Aaron Rae and Yoo, Seong gyun, (2018) “An exploratory study on the expansion of the African market by global firms focusing on Liberia utilizing the Balassa Index”, The e-Business Studies, Vol. 19 No. 6, pp. 177-198.
  • Hanh T.N. and Stephens A.R. (TBA) “Korean Brand Globalization: How it works for the Vietnamese Market”, Journal of Korea Trade, Vol. No. pp. Accepted after revision decision, November 2018.
  • Rhee, Munsung and Stephens, Aaron Rae, (TBA) “Innovation-orientated technology assimilation and competitive catching-up: Korean SME” Revista de Administração de Empresas, Vol. No. pp. Accepted after revision decision, February 2019.
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