Research Interests

  • Innovation and Entrepreneurship; Strategic Management; Business and Public Policy

  • Biopharmaceutical industry; technology

Peer-Reviewed Publication

 

[1] Yongwook Paik, Sukhun Kang, and Robert Seamans. 2019. “Entrepreneurship, Innovation, and Political Competition: How the Public Sector Helps the Sharing Economy Create Value” Strategic Management Journal, 40: 503-532. (Download Paper)

[2] Sukhun Kang, Sungyong Chang, Joseph Ross, and Jennifer Miller, “Implementation of 21st Century Cures Act Expanded Access Policies Requirement” (Forthcoming at Clinical Pharmacology & Therapeutics)

Working Papers

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(1) Olenka Kacperczyk, Sukhun Kang, and Yongwook Paik, "Double-Edged Sword of Female Political Leadership: Gender Diversity–Inducing and Gender Diversity–Reducing Effects in the Workplace" (Download Paper)

  • Preparing for submission

(2) Sukhun Kang and Sungyong Chang, "When do Firms Provide Early Access prior to Commercialization? Evidence from Expanded Access Programs in Oncology Drug Market"

Work in Progress

(3) Orchestrating an Ecosystem: A Temporal Study of Orchestrator's Ex-Ante Intentions, Ex-post Actions, and Ultimate Performance (with Gary Dushnitsky)

  • Additional data collection

(4) Objects may be closer than they appear: The Role of Scientific Maps in Organizational Search

  • Additional data collection (For a copy of preliminary draft, please e-mail me)​

Research Affiliates (in alphabetical order)

  • Sungyong Chang - Assistant Professor of Strategy of Entrepreneurship at London Business School

  • Gary Dushnitsky - Associate Professor of Strategy and Entrepreneurship at London Business School

  • Olenka Kacperczyk - Professor of Strategy and Entrepreneurship at London Business School

  • Jennifer Miller - Assistant Professor of School of Medicine at Yale University

  • Yongwook Paik - Associate Professor of Strategy at KAIST College of Business

  • Joseph Ross - Professor of School of Medicine and Public Health at Yale University

  • Rob Seamans - Associate Professor of Strategy at the Leonard N. Stern School of Business at New York University