Research Interests

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

  • Organizational Search; Exploration and Exploitation; Behavioral Strategy

  • Biopharmaceutical and High-tech industry

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. [pdf]

[2] Sukhun Kang, Sungyong Chang, Joseph Ross, and Jennifer Miller. 2021. “Implementation of 21st Century Cures Act Expanded Access Policies RequirementClinical Pharmacology & Therapeutics, 110; 6:1579-1584. [pdf]

Working Papers

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[3] 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" [pdf]

   - Under review

[4] Sukhun Kang and Gary Dushnitsky, "Orchestrating an Ecosystem of Innovative Startups: Ex-Ante and Ex-post Actions and Orchestrator's Performance"

   - Under review

[5] Sukhun Kang, "Objects May Be Closer Than They Appear: The Impact of a Public Scientific Map on Organizational Search"

   - Job Market Paper

[6] 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

[7] Better Late Than Never: How a Public Scientific Map Affects Project Termination Decisions

   - Data collection

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