Tami Kim
Tami Kim
University of Virginia Darden School of Business
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Creating reciprocal value through operational transparency
RW Buell, T Kim, CJ Tsay
Management Science 63 (6), 1673-1695, 2017
Why am I seeing this ad? The effect of ad transparency on ad effectiveness
T Kim, K Barasz, LK John
Journal of Consumer Research 45 (5), 906-932, 2019
A “present” for the future: The unexpected value of rediscovery
T Zhang, T Kim, AW Brooks, F Gino, MI Norton
Psychological science 25 (10), 1851-1860, 2014
Ads that don’t overstep
LK John, T Kim, K Barasz
Harvard Business Review 96 (1), 62-69, 2018
The role of (dis) similarity in (mis) predicting others’ preferences
K Barasz, T Kim, LK John
Journal of Marketing Research 53 (4), 597-607, 2016
Pettiness in social exchange.
T Kim, T Zhang, MI Norton
Journal of Experimental Psychology: General 148 (2), 361, 2019
Cooks make tastier food when they can see their customers
RW Buell, T Kim, CJ Tsay
Work group rituals enhance the meaning of work
T Kim, O Sezer, J Schroeder, J Risen, F Gino, MI Norton
Organizational Behavior and Human Decision Processes 165, 197-212, 2021
I know why you voted for Trump:(Over) inferring motives based on choice
K Barasz, T Kim, I Evangelidis
Cognition 188, 85-97, 2019
Consumer disclosure
T Kim, K Barasz, LK John
Consumer Psychology Review 4 (1), 59-69, 2021
Procedural Justice and the Risks of Consumer Voting
T Kim, LK John, T Rogers, MI Norton
Management Science 65 (11), 5234-5251, 2019
What do consumers learn from regulator ratings? Evidence from restaurant hygiene quality disclosures
T Kim, D Martin
Journal of Economic Behavior & Organization 185, 234-249, 2021
Shared Time Scarcity and the Pursuit of Extraordinary Experiences
X Garcia-Rada, T Kim
Psychological Science 32 (12), 1871-1883, 2021
How Companies Can Identify Racial and Gender Bias in Their Customer Service
AC Feldberg, T Kim
Choice perception: Making sense (and nonsense) of others’ decisions
K Barasz, T Kim
Current opinion in psychology 43, 176-181, 2022
Calculators for Women: When Identity Appeals Provoke Backlash
T Kim, K Barasz, LK John, MI Norton
Harvard Business School NOM Unit Working Paper, 2019
Volume 3, Issue 1: Spring 2022
R Raveendhran, T Kim, JW Ryu
PubPub 3 (1: Spring 2022), 2022
Feedback as a two-way street: when and why rating consumers fails
T Kim, L Anik, L Cian
Marketing Letters 32 (4), 351-362, 2021
Fighting Bias on the Front Lines Learn to detect subtle discrimination in your customer service
AC Feldberg, T Kim
HARVARD BUSINESS REVIEW 99 (6), 90-98, 2021
Andrew Yang: A New Way Marketing Campaign
T Kim, G Yemen
Available at SSRN 3970580, 0
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