Dr Eun Young Song

PhD, Organisation and Management (UNSW)
ANU College of Business and Economics

Research interests

Theories: Organisation theory, institutional change, gender, social norms, and status beliefs

Methods: Event history analysis, social network analysis, and historical process analysis



Eun Young (EY for short) is Lecturer in Management at the Research School of Management of the Australian National University, Australia. EY has demonstrated their passion for understanding contemporary phenomena through examining historical precedents, with their expertise in statistical analyses of longitudinal archival data. EY is very much interested in either actual or apparent public conformity to social norms and its unintended consequences, ranging from the slow diffusion of technological innovation in 19th-century America to the rise of minor political ideologies in the medieval Joseon Dynasty of Korea. EY's preferred research context involves animals and food, and often integrates insights from gender studies in economic sociology. 

Researcher's projects

Korean Studies Grant, The Academy of Korean Studies, Korea (01/02/2021-31/07/2022)

“How confidence in deferential communities nurtures challengers under the radar – A study of Korean neo-Confucian academies, 1327-1800”

Role: Principal Investigator


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