The Nonidentity of Society and Interaction

KAIST SOCIAL COMPUTING LAB

PROFESSOR




Wonjae Lee (이원재)

Ph.D. in Sociology, The University of Chicago, 2009.
BA, MA in Sociology, Yonsei University, 1997, 1999.

Social Network Analysis
Social Exchange Theory
Economic Sociology
Data Science

wnjlee_at_kaist.ac.kr



PROFESSOR

MEMBERS


Seunghwan Kim

Ph.D. Student

Mir Majid Molaie

M.S. Student

Jiseong Yang

M.S. Student

Myeonghwa Lee

M.S. Student

Saifeldeen Zihiri

Research Associate

WORKS


"Bridging The Gap: A Field Experiment on the Impact of Recommendation Systems on Diversity" MIT Conference on Digital Experimentation (CODE), 2020, October 6.

"Bridging The Gap: A Field Experiment on the Impact of Recommendation Systems on Diversity" MIT Conference on Digital Experimentation (CODE), 2020, October 6.

Extended abstract by Mir Majid Molaie and Wonjae Lee

"Anger contributes to the spread of COVID-19 misinformation" The Harvard Kennedy School Misinformation Review, 2020, September 17.

"Anger contributes to the spread of COVID-19 misinformation" The Harvard Kennedy School Misinformation Review, 2020, September 17.

https://bit.ly/2FOkHNQ

"What Data on Formula One Crashes Suggests About Workplace Rivalries" Harvard Business Review, 2018, May 4.

"What Data on Formula One Crashes Suggests About Workplace Rivalries" Harvard Business Review, 2018, May 4.

https://bit.ly/2Dlg1Om

"Escalation of competition into conflict in competitive networks of Formula One drivers" Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United States of America, 2018, March 26.

"Escalation of competition into conflict in competitive networks of Formula One drivers" Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United States of America, 2018, March 26.

https://bit.ly/3htRllG

"Why do people move? Enhancing human mobility prediction using local functions based on public records and SNS data," 2018, PLOS ONE

"Why do people move? Enhancing human mobility prediction using local functions based on public records and SNS data," 2018, PLOS ONE

https://bit.ly/30gPkDI

"The Matthew Effect as an Unjust Competitive Advantage: Implications for Competition Near Status Boundaries," Journal of Management Inquiry, 27(4):378-381, 2018

"The Matthew Effect as an Unjust Competitive Advantage: Implications for Competition Near Status Boundaries," Journal of Management Inquiry, 27(4):378-381, 2018

https://bit.ly/3jWG6UY

"Strategizing Marriage: An Analysis of Marriage Networks in the Andong Gwon-ssi Genealogy," Journal of Interdisciplinary History, 48(1):1 - 19, 2017.

https://bit.ly/3fh5YHi

"Structuralizing The Fluxus Way of Life: The Social Network of Fluxus," Leonardo, 50(1):74-75, 2017.

"Structuralizing The Fluxus Way of Life: The Social Network of Fluxus," Leonardo, 50(1):74-75, 2017.

https://bit.ly/3fcZSaT

"The interdependent complexity of disaster and Middle East Respiratory Syndrome," Epidemiology and Health, 2016.

"The interdependent complexity of disaster and Middle East Respiratory Syndrome," Epidemiology and Health, 2016.

https://bit.ly/3gsJBQV

"온라인 커뮤니티에서 나타난 건강정보 전파 분석에 관한 연구 : 공적/사적 의료 지식에 미치는 커뮤니티 내 연결망 효과 중심으로" - "The research about diffusion of health issues on online community: focused on the effect of social network on public and private issues," 통계연구, 2016.

"온라인 커뮤니티에서 나타난 건강정보 전파 분석에 관한 연구 : 공적/사적 의료 지식에 미치는 커뮤니티 내 연결망 효과 중심으로" - "The research about diffusion of health issues on online community: focused on the effect of social network on public and private issues," 통계연구, 2016.

https://bit.ly/3feJzKM

"Primary Status, Complementary Status, and Capital Acquisition in the U.S. Venture Capital Industry" Social Science Research 52(3): 588-601, 2015.

"Primary Status, Complementary Status, and Capital Acquisition in the U.S. Venture Capital Industry" Social Science Research 52(3): 588-601, 2015.

https://bit.ly/2PddVTA

NEWS