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Name : Young Jin Bahng
Title : Assistant Professor, FDM
Unit : Department of Family and Consumer Sciences
Address : 2515 Campus Road
Honolulu, HI 96822
Room : Miller Hall 201C
Phone : (808)956-2237
Fax : (808)956-2241
E-mail : firstname.lastname@example.org
Professional Prep/Appointments :
Ph.D. – Apparel Business, Virginia Tech, Blacksburg, VA
Female entrepreneurs' managerial performance and well-being
Developing retail buying models and comparing across nations-Hatch project
Retail service quality for consumers with disabilities - Seed project
FDM 221 Textiles
FDM 471 International Apparel Trade Issues
FDM 437 Small Business Start-Up
AHRM 2264 Introduction to the Fashion Industry (Virginia Tech)
FCS 217 Textiles 1 (Lecture and Lab; Indiana State Unversity)
Research Interests :
- Retail buying behavior and assortment planning strategies
- Market segmentation
- Global fashion industry
Papers in peer-reviewed journals
Bahng, Y., Kincade, D. H., & Rogers, F. T. (2018).
Assortment planning for retail buying, retail store operations, and firm
performance. Journal of Distribution
Science, 16(8), 15-27.
(International academic journal based in
Korea Distribution Science Association: KODISA, the largest academic retail/distribution
scholarly association in Korea; the largest social science journal in Korea;
the highest level in Humanities and Social Sciences in Korea, indexed in
SCOPUS, DOAJ, KCI, GIF, COAJ, KOAJ, ISSN 1738-3110 print / ISSN 2093-7717
Bahng, Y., & Reilly, A. (2018). Comparison of Design
Preferences in the Hawaiian Shirt
and Current Market. Fashion and Textile Research Journal, 20(4), 1-10.
(International/Korean academic journal supported by the Korean
Federation of Science and Technology Societies Grant funded by MEST since 1998;
highest level in Humanities and Social Sciences in Korea, indexed in KCI, ISSN
1229 – 2060 print / ISSN 2287-5743 online)
Bahng, Y. (2018).
Consideration of assortment decision criteria: men’s wear vs.
women’s wear and male vs. female retail buyers. International Journal of Industrial
Distribution and Business, 9(7), 7-18.
academic journal published by Korea Distribution Science Association: KODISA,
the largest academic retail/distribution scholarly association in Korea;
highest level in Humanities and Social Sciences in Korea, indexed in KCI,GIF, and
Bahng, Y., Yang, J-H., & Reilly, A. (2016). A qualitative approach to understanding Hawaiian apparel manufacturers’ exports: Strategic marketing resources, dynamic capabilities, and export barriers. International Journal of Export Marketing. 1(1), 96-113.
Bahng, Y., Cristi-Kim, M., & Lin, S. (2015, Summer). Retail buying strategies of Hawai’i apparel retailers. Journal of Business Leadership, 1, 35-50.
(Official journal of the American National Business Hall of Fame (ANBHF), ISSN 2164 - 4454: online, ISSN 2164 - 4462: print)
*Best paper award in tracking Case Studies in Finance, Operations, Business Law, and Marketing, ABEAI Conference, Maui, HI.
Bahng, Y., & Choi, S. (2015, February). Korean women’s apparel firms’ product planning strategies to survive the effect of recession and fast-fashion. Journal of Korea Design Forum, 46, 139-150.
(Korean academic journal registered in National Research Foundation of Korea since 2007: the highest level in Humanities and Social Sciences in Korea, ISSN 2233 - 9205)
Bahng, Y., & Kincade, D. H. (2014). Retail buyer segmentation based on the use of assortment decision factors. Journal of Retailing and Consumer Services, 21(4), 643-652.
(Impact factors: SNIP 2014: 1.249, SJR 2014: 0.657, SJR Marketing: Q2)
Bahng, Y., Kincade, D. H., & Yang, J. (2013). U.S. college students’ apparel shopping orientation and brand/product preferences in the context of college major, Journal of Fashion Marketing Management, 17(3), 367-384.
(Impact factors: SNIP 2013: 1.261, SJR 2013: 0.438, SJR Marketing: Q2, SJR Business and International Management: Q2)
Bahng, Y., & Kincade, D. H. (2012). The relationship between temperature and sales: Sales data analysis of a retailer of branded women’s business wear, International Journal of Retail and Distribution management, 40(6), 410-426.
(Impact factors: SNIP 2012: 1.081, SJR 2012: 0.626, SJR Marketing: Q2, SJR Tourism, Leisure and Hospitality Managemnet: Q2)
*SJR Quartile: Q1 means highest values and Q4 lowest values
Committee/editor reviewed publications
Bahng, Y. & Kincade, D. H. (2013, Fall). Weather and consumer’s apparel behavior.
Mental Notes: Research, Knowledge, Health, Wellness.4, 24-27.
(Research megazine with topics in psychology, behaviors, medicine, neuroscience and overall mental health published in Canada since 2007)