Sanghee Lim, PhD

Assistant Professor
Information Systems

Sanghee Lim, PhD (Technology & Operations, University of Michigan), joined the Johns Hopkins Carey Business School in 2013. She is an Assistant Professor in the research track with expertise in the areas of information technology strategy and organizational networks.

Honors and distinctions

  • 2011 - Gilbert and Ruth Whitaker Award
  • 2007-2012 Ross School of Business Doctoral Studies Fellowship
  • 2007-2011 Information Systems Executive Forum (ISEF) Fellowship
  • 2005 - Best graduate of KAIST Business School

Selected publications

  • Lim, Sanghee, Malladi, S., Saldanha, T., and Melville, N.P., “Towards a pluralistic view of theory in Information Systems research: Identifying theory networks in leading IS journals”, conditionally accepted to Journal of Information Technology Theory and Applications

Works in progress

  • IT investment payoffs and alliance networks (with N.P. Melville and M.S. Krishnan)
  • The use of IT-enabled knowledge platforms and the market value effects of alliance announcements (with N.P. Melville)
  • The role of IT in enabling ecosystems through alliance capability development (with N.P. Melville)
  • Robustness of structural equation modeling to distributional misspecification (with N.P. Melville)
  • Online loyalty programs viewed from a searchability perspective (with B. Lee)