Dr. Bae received a B.S. from Pusan National University in 1998 and a Ph.D. from Michigan State University in 2003. He has been teaching at Clark since 2003.
Current Research and Teaching
Dr. Bae's research and teaching focuses on industrial organization, microeconomic theory, game theory, and econometrics.
"Greening Transportation Fleets: Insights from a Two-Stage Game Theoretic Model" (with C. Yoo and J. Sarkis), Transportation Research Part E: Logistics and Transporation Review, 2011, 47 (6), pp. 793-807.
"Digital Piracy and Firms' Strategic Interactions: The Effects of Public Copy Protection and DRM Similarity" (with P. Choi and J. Jun), Information Economics and Policy, 2010, 22(4), pp. 354-364.
"Outsourcing with Quality Competition: Insights from a Three Stage Game Theoretic Model" (with C. Yoo and J. Sarkis), International Journal of Production Research, 2010, vol 48(2), pp. 327-342.
"The Public Economics of Self Control" (with A. Ott), Journal of Economics and Finance, 2008, 32, pp. 356-367.
"Predatory Behavior of Government: The Case of Mass Killing" (with A. Ott), Defence and Peace Economics, 2008, 19, pp. 107-125.
"The Optimal Number of Firms in Professional Sports Leagues", (with J. Choi), Journal of Sports Economics, 2007; vol.8: pp.99-108.
"A Model of Piracy", (with J. Choi), Information Economics and Policy, 2006, 11, pp. 303-320.
"An Exploratory empirical Investigation of Environmental Audit Programs in S & P 470 Companies", (with I. Seol), Management Research News, 2006, 29, pp. 573-579.