Department of Business Humanities and Law

  • Governance, Culture & Learning Unit
Bo Hee

Room: POR/18.B-4.148
Bo Hee Min

My research interests are at the intersection of organization studies, economic sociology, and science and technology studies. I build on the sociomateriality of markets and organizations—the social and the material entities are fused—to study financial markets and organizations in the financial industry. In particular, I am interested in investigating the transformation of the financial markets and organizations due to electronization of marketplaces and adoption of automated trading systems. Currently I am conducting research on the changes in financial markets including organizations such as stock and derivatives exchanges (e.g., the New York Stock Exchange and Chicago Mercantile Exchange) after electronization. Methodologically, I employ both quantitative and qualitative methods including computerized text analysis of interview transcripts as a mixed method approach.

Primary research areas
  • Technology and organizations
  • Sociology of Financial Markets
  • Technology-mediated organizational changes
  • Technology management and governance
  • Science and technology studies
Curriculum Vitae
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Selected publications
  • Schaeffer, Nora Cate, Bo Hee Min, Thomas Purnell, Dana Garbarski, and Jennifer Dykema. 2017. “Greeting and Response: Predicting Participation from the Call Opening.” Journal of Survey Statistics and Methodology.
  • Stoecker, Randy, Mary Beckman, and Bo Hee Min. 2010. “Evaluating the Community Impact of Higher Education Civic Engagement.”  Hiram E. Fitzgerald, Diane L. Zimmerman, Cathy Burack, and Sarena Seifer (eds.) Handbook of Engaged Scholarship: The Contemporary Landscape.
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Christian Borch; Bo Hee Min / Machine Learning and Social Action in Markets : From First- to Second-generation Automated Trading.
In: Economy and Society, Vol. 52, No. 1, 2.2023, p. 37-61
Journal article > peer review
Bo Hee Min; Christian Borch / Systemic Failures and Organizational Risk Management in Algorithmic Trading : Normal Accidents and High Reliability in Financial Markets.
In: Social Studies of Science, Vol. 52, No. 2, 4.2022, p. 277-302
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Christian Borch; Bo Hee Min / Toward a Sociology of Machine Learning Explainability : Human–machine Interaction in Deep Neural Network-based Automated Trading.
In: Big Data & Society, Vol. 9, No. 2, 7.2022
Journal article > peer review
Bo Hee Min; Kristian Bondo Hansen / In Models We Trust : An Investigation of Confidence in Algorithmic Trading.
Abstract from SASE 32nd Annual Conference 2020 - Virtual, 2020
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Bo Hee Min; Nora Cate Schaeffer; Dana Garbarski; Jennifer Dykema / The Action Structure of Recruitment Calls and Its Analytic Implications : The Case of Disfluencies.
In: Journal of Official Statistics, Vol. 36, No. 3, 9.2020, p. 529-559
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Bo Hee Min / Leveling and Tilting the Playing Field : The Role of Technology in Democratization of Financial Markets.
Paper presented at 35th EGOS Colloquium 2019, 2019
Paper > peer review
Bo Hee Min / Organizing Around Algorithms : Sociomaterial Organizing in Financial Markets.
Conference abstract for conference > peer review
Bo Hee Min / Temporal Construction in Algorithmic Sensemaking : The Case of Financial Markets.
Paper presented at American Sociological Association Annual Meeting. ASA 2019, 2019
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Nora Cate Schaeffer; Bo Hee Min; Thomas Purnell; Dana Garbarski; Jennifer Dykema / Greeting and Response : Predicting Participation from the Call Opening.
In: Journal of Survey Statistics and Methodology, Vol. 6, No. 1, 3.2018, p. 122–148
Journal article > peer review
Bo Hee Min / Reengineering Oversight : Regulating Algorithms in Financial Markets.
Paper presented at American Sociological Association Annual Meeting. ASA 2018, 2018
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