E. Han Kim
E. Han Kim is the Everett E. Berg Professor of Business Administration and Professor of Finance at the Ross School of Business at the University of Michigan.
His current research activity is concentrated on labor issues related to finance and corporate governance. He is one of the most frequently cited contributors to the field of financial economics, has published over 70 scholarly works, and has served on editorial boards of numerous academic journals, including associate editor of The Journal of Finance.
Dr. Kim also has participated in various consulting projects with private and public institutions. One of his most memorable experiences occurred in January, 1998, when Korea was in the midst of the financial crisis. He served as the advisor to the Korean government’s team to renegotiate its foreign debt obligations with international bankers. Kim has served on a number of boards of directors, starting with Mutual Savings Bank in Michigan (89-90), Hana Bank (01-03), Korea Investment Company (05-07), POSCO (03-08), KT (Korea Telecom) (09-14) as non-executive chair, Korea Equity Fund (10-17), and Japan Smaller Capitalization Fund (10-present).