Healthcare, Information Security, and Economics of Information Systems
PhD - Management Information Systems (Purdue University)
Juhee Kwon is an associate professor at the IS department, City University of Hong Kong. Before joining City U, she worked in the Tuck School of Business at Dartmouth College as a research fellow. She earned her PhD from the Krannert School at Purdue University and master's degree from Carnegie Mellon University. Prior to joining the Purdue PhD program, she worked at Samsung, Yahoo, and LG as a software engineer. Her current research has focused on economics of information systems, healthcare information systems, and information security.
Privacy and Security of Information Systems, IS Planning & Strategy, Python programming for business analytics, and Management Information Systems
PI: "Consumer Reaction to a Data Breach in m-Commerce", GRF - Hong Kong Research Grants Council, Amount: HK$ 421,200 (2021-2023), Juhee Kwon
PI: "How Healthcare Data Breaches and Meaningful Use of Electronic Health Records Influence Each Other", GRF - Hong Kong Research Grants Council, (2015-2016), Juhee Kwon