Doctoral Student

Tami Kim

​​Tami is a doctoral candidate in the Marketing Unit at Harvard Business School. ​​Her research investigates the psychology of implicit contracts—that is, a set of practices that individuals expect others to follow in the absence of explicit promises—focusing on how such contracts develop (often quickly and unexpectedly) and how violations of such contracts harm both consumer-firm relationships and interpersonal relationships. Tami graduated from Harvard College with an A.B in Government.