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AMOREPACIFIC Chaired Professor of Strategy & International Management

Graduate School of Business

Seoul National University

Tel: 82-2-880-9080 (O)

Fax: 82-2-878-3154 (O)

E-Mail: jsong@snu.ac.kr

Homepage: http://hosting03.snu.ac.kr/~jsong/

Academic Positions

  • AMOREPACIFIC Professor, Seoul National University, March 2014 – Current.

  • Professor, Seoul National University, March 2004 – February 2014.

  • Professor of Strategy, Yonsei University, March 2001 – January 2004

  • Professor of Management, Columbia Business School, July 1997 – June 2001

Other Major Positions Held

  • Editor, Journal of International Business Studies, July 2013 - Current.

  • Chairperson, Academy of International Business Korea Chapter, July 2013 – Current.

  • Director, Institute of Management Research, February 2014 – Current.

  • Co-President, Association of Korean Management Scholars (AKMS), August 2011 – August 2014.

  • Associate Director, Institute of Management Research, February 2013 – February 2014.

  • Visiting Scholar, Columbia Business School, September 2011 – August 2012.

  • Associate Dean, Seoul National University Business School, February 2009 ~ January 2011.

  • Adjunct Professor, State University of New York, Stony Brook, 2003; National Graduate School of Management, Australian National University, 2003

  • Lecturer, Cross-Continent Executive MBA, Duke University, 2005 ~ 2007.

  • Lecturer, Undergraduate Division of the Wharton School, U of Pennsylvania, 1993 ~ 1994.

  • Visiting Research Fellow, the APEC Studies Center, Columbia Business School, 2011 ~ 2012.

  • Adjunct Research Associate, The APEC Studies Center, Columbia University, 2006 ~ current

  • Adjunct Consultant for the World Bank, 2002

  • Adjunct Consultant for Medley Global Advisors, Inc, New York. 2001 ~ 2004.

  • Visiting Research Fellow, Asian Development Bank Institute (ADBI), Tokyo, 2000; Long-Term Credit Bank Research Institute, Tokyo, 1995 & 1996; APEC Studies Center, Columbia University, 2011 ~ 2012.

  • Vice President, Korean Association of Scholars in Business Administration, 2012

  • Co-President, Association of Korean Management Scholars, 2011 ~ 2013.

  • Board member, Korean Academy of Strategic Management, 2003 ~ current.

  • Board member, Korean Academy of International Business, 2008 ~ current.

  • Board member, Amore Pacific Corporation (2005 ~ Current); Lotte Confectionary (2012~2014); European Case Clearing House at Babson (1999~2001).

  • Director, Global MBA Program, Seoul National University. 2008. 3 ~ 2009.1.

  • Deputy Director, Global MBA Program, Seoul National University. 2006.8 ~ 2008.2.

  • Director, Business Case Development Center, Seoul National University. 2006 ~ 2008.

  • Global strategy and alliance track chair, Academy of International Business annual conference (2012)

  • Strategic Management Society annual conference doctoral workshop chair (2011, 2012)

  • Strategy track chair, Asia Academy of Management Conference (2006)

  • Core faculty member, Center on Japanese Economy and Business, Columbia Business School, July 1997 – June 2001.

  • Editorial board member, Journal of International Business Studies (JIBS). 2007.7 ~ 2013.6

  • Editorial board member, Global Strategy Journal. 2011 ~ current.

  • Editorial board member, Long Range Planning (LRP). 2008.8 ~ current.

  • Editorial board member, Seoul Journal of Business. 2005 ~ 2012.

  • Editorial board member, Korean Management Review. 2008 ~ 2009.

  • Corporate advisors: Samsung Electronics, Samsung Group, SK Group, POSCO, Amore Pacific, Nongshim, Hanmi Global, Lucent Technologies and others


  • Ph.D. in Management, The Wharton School, University of Pennsylvania, May 1998.

  • M.A. in Applied Economics and Managerial Science, The Wharton School, University of Pennsylvania, May 1994.

  • M.B.A., School of Business, Seoul National University, Seoul, Korea, February 1989.

  • B.A., Seoul National University, Seoul, Korea, February 1987.

Academic Honors, Grants, and Awards

  • Recipient, Maeil Economic Daily Book of the Year Award (The Samsung Way), 2014.

  • Recipient, Korean Association of Scholars in Business Administration (KASBA) Best Mid-career Researcher Award, 2014.

  • Recipient, 1999 Barry M. Richman Best Dissertation Award, Academy of Management, Chicago, August 1999

  • Recipient, 1999 Gunnar Hedlund Best Dissertation Award, European International Business Association (EIBA) and Stockholm School of Economics, December, 1999.

  • Recipient, 1999 Chazen International Teaching Innovation Award, Columbia Business School, New York, NY, May 1999.

  • Korea’s Management Guru Top 30. 2011 & 2010. Ranked as # 7 in 2011 selected by Maekyung Economy.

  • Nominee, 2011 Best Paper Award, Academy of International Business annual conference, Nagoya, Japan.

  • Recipient, 2011 Best Paper Award. Korean Academy of Management.

  • Recipient, 2009 SNU (Seoul National University) Teaching Award.

  • Recipient, 2008 Best Paper Award, Korean Association of Scholars in Business Administration (KASBA).

  • Recipient, 2003 Best Performing Professor Award, Yonsei University

  • Recipient, 2005 Teaching Award, College of Business Administration, Seoul National University

  • Recipient, 2011 Best Paper Award. The Korean Association of Management.

  • Recipient, 2009 IBK Best Paper Award, The Korean Association of Small Business Studies.

  • Recipient, 2008. Best Paper Award, Korean Academy of International Business.

  • Finalist, 1998 Richard Farmer Doctoral Dissertation Award, Academy of International Business, Vienna, Austria, October, 1998.

  • The World Bank Research Grant. December 2001 – July 2002.

  • The Asian Development Bank Institute (ADBI) Research Grant. May 2000 – June 2001.

  • Korea Research Foundation Grant. July 2002 – June 2003.

  • Institute for Management Research on Communications Grant. August 2002 – July 2003.

  • Yonsei International Investment Research Program Grant. October 2002 – October 2003.

  • CIBE (Center for International Business Education) Faculty Research Grant, 1998, 1999, & 2000. Government grant of the United States Department of Education.

  • Chazen Faculty Research Grant, Chazen Institute of International Business, Columbia Business School, 1999.

  • AT&T Fellowship, February 1995 – August 1996. Financial support for my dissertation research.

  • ARCO Chemical Company Ph.D. Dissertation Fellowship, July 1994 - June 1995. Competitively chosen by Huntsman Center for Global Competition and Innovation.

  • Pohang Iron & Steel Corporation (POSCO) Scholarship, September 1991 – December 1996. Chosen as one of two POSCO Scholarship recipients out of 220 contestants.

  • Graduate Fellowship, The Wharton School, September 1991 – May 1997; Seoul National University, March 1987 - February 1989.

  • Summa Cum Laude, Seoul National University, 1987.

* Overseas Journals

  • Jaeyong Song. 2014. Subsidiary Absorptive Capacity and Knowledge Transfer Within Multinational Corporations. Journal of International Business Studies (국제경영/전략 분야 top 3 저널; FT 45 Journal), 45 (1): 73 – 84.

  • Chang-su Kim, Jaeyong Song and Atul Nerkar. 2012. Learning and the Paradox of Innovation. Journal of Business Research. 65 (8). 1189 – 1194.

  • Tarun Khanna, Jaeyong Song and Kyungmook Lee. July-August, 2011. The Paradox of Samsung’s Rise. Harvard Business Review, 89 (7-8): 142 – 147.

  • Miao Yuzhe, Soonkyoo Choe, and Jaeyong Song. Transferring Subsidiary Knowledge in the Global Learning Context. Journal of Knowledge Management. 15 (3): 478 – 496.

  • Jaeyong Song, Kazuhiro Asakawa, and Youngeun Chu. 2011. What Determines Know-ledge Sourcing From Host Locations of Overseas R&D Operations?: A Study of Global R&D Activities of Japanese Multinationals. Research Policy. 40 (3): 380 – 390.

  • Kwangjun Ahn, Heewon Chae, Theresa Seunga Cho, and Jaeyong Song. 2009. The Effects of Founder-CEO Attributes on Alliance Formation of Venture Start-ups: A Social Network Perspective. Academy of Management Best Papers Proceedings.

  • Jaeyong Song and Jongtae Shin. 2008. Paradox of Technological Capabilities: A Study of Knowledge Sourcing From Host Countries of Overseas R&D Operations. Journal of International Business Studies.39 (2): 291 – 303.

  • Chang-su Kim and Jaeyong Song. 2007. Creating new technology through alliances: An empirical investigation of joint patents. Technovation, 27 (8): 461-470.

  • Wilbur Chung and Jaeyong Song. 2004. Sequential investment, Firm motives, and Agglomeration of Japanese Foreign Direct Investment in the US. Journal of Economics and Management Strategy, 13 (3): 539-560.

  • Namghoo P. Park, John Mezias, and Jaeyong Song. 2004. A Resource-based View of Strategic Alliances and Firm Value in the Electronic Marketplace. Journal of Management, 30 (1): 7-27.

  • Jaeyong Song, Paul Almeida and Geraldine Wu. 2003. Learning-by-Hiring: When is Mobility More Likely to Facilitate Inter-firm Knowledge Transfer? Management Science, 49 (4): 351-365.

  • Jaeyong Song. 2002. Firm Capabilities and Technology Ladders: Sequential Foreign Direct Investments of Japanese Electronics Firms in East Asia. Strategic Management Journal, 23: 191-210.

  • Paul Almeida, Jaeyong Song, and Robert Grant. March-April 2002. Cross-Border Knowledge Building by Firms, Alliances, and Markets. Organization Science, 13: 147-161.

  • Namgyoo P. Park and Jaeyong Song. 2001. Strategic Alliances and Firm Value in the Electronic Marketplace. E-Business Review, 1: 165-168.

  • Weijian Shan and Jaeyong Song. 1997. Foreign Direct Investment and the Sources of Technological Advantage: Evidence from the Biotechnology Industry. Journal of International Business Studies, 28 (2): 267-284.

* Korean Journals

  • Jingoo Kang and Jaeyong Song. 2013. Geographic Agglomeration, MNC Characteristics, and Knowledge Acquisition of Japanese R&D Subsidiaries in the United States. International Business Review, 24 (1): 23 – 49.

  • Eunkwang Seo, Hyoseok Kang and Jaeyong Song. 2013. How Does Geographical Diversity of Research Team Influence the Creation and Diffusion of Innovation? The Korean Academy of Business Administration Journal (in Korean), 26 (1): 107 – 129.

  • Hyoseok Kang, Jaeyong Song, and Keun Lee. 2012. When and How Can Latecomers’ Path-creating

  • Catch-up Be Successful?: A Case Study on the Interchangeable-lens Camera Industry. Journal of Strategic Management (in Korean), 15 (3): 95 – 135.

  • Hyejun Kim, Sungyong Chang, and Jaeyong Song. 2012. Catching-up to the market leader: Role of entry time lag, alliance, and capability in the catch-up success. Journal of Technology Innovation (in Korean), 20 (1): 141 – 167.

  • Chaerin Yun and Jaeuyong Song. 2012. Overseas Subsidiaries’ Local Experience and the Managerial Expatriate Policy of Multinational Corporations: The Moderating Roles of the MNC Headquarter and the Host Country. Korean Management Review (in Korean), 41 (1): 1 – 32.

  • Hyunseob Kim and Jaeyong Song. 2011. Effects of ownership structure on corporate R&D investments, Journal of Strategic Management (in Korean),14 (2): 93 – 112.

  • Eunhee, Sohn and Jaeyong Song. 2010. The Impact of Founder-CEO Presence upon Post-IPO Firm Failure: Contingency Approach, Venture Management Review (in Korean), 13 (3): 1 – 18.

  • Kwangjune An, Woojin Yoon and Jaeyong Song. 2010. Transferring Network Assets:

How Technological Network Positions of the Acquired firm Influence Subsequent

Innovation of the Acquiring Firm in TechNological Acquisitions? Korean Academy of Management Journal (in Korean). 18 (1): 53 – 80.

  • Woojin Yoon and Jaeyong Song. 2010. Technology scope changes and repeated partnerships in U.S biotechnology firms: The impact of peripheral changes and core changes. Korean Management Review (in Korean), 39 (1): 107 – 127.

  • Heewon Chae and Jaeyong Song. 2009. The Impact of Top Management Team Demography on Technological Innovations in High-Technology Firms. Journal of Strategic Management (in Korean), 12 (2): 83 – 104.

  • Eunhee Sohn, Sung Yong Chang, and Jaeyong Song. 2009. Technological Catching-up and Latecomer Strategy: A Case Study of the Asian Shipbuilding Industry. Seoul Journal of Business, 15 (2): 25 – 58.

  • Sang Ji Kim and Jaeyong Song. 2009. Factors influencing ‘early internationalization’ of new ventures: A capability-based view. Venture Management Review, 12 (1): 107 – 131.

  • Yuzhe Miao, Soonkyoo Choe, and Jaeyong Song. 2008. Tapping a foreign subsidiary’s competence: An empirical test of subsidiaries of multinational corporations in South Korea. Seoul Journal of Business, 14 (2): 109 – 134.

  • Jaeyong Song and Woojin Yoon. 2008. Cross-border acquisitions and knowledge transfer: An empirical test of liability of foreignness. International Business Review, 19 (3): 1 – 18.

  • Chaerin Yun and Jaeyong Song. 2008. The determinants of family ownership of Korean big business groups. Korean Management Review, 37 (4): 691 – 721 (in Korean).

  • Sung Yong Chang, Sang Ji Kim, and Jaeyong Song. 2007. Network externalities and Born Global Strategy: Factors influencing the timing of foreign market entry and the entry strategy of Korean online game business. Korean Management Review, 36 (6) 1389 – 1417 (in Korean).

  • Yun-Jin Rhee and Jaeyong Song. 2007. A study on factors influencing founder-CEO turnover in KOSDAQ-listed venture companies. Venture Management Review, 10 (3); 1 – 21 (in Korean).

  • Jaeyong Song and Hyungchan Kim. 2007. Knowledge transfer through strategic alliances: A study on strategic alliances of Asian firms in high-tech industries, Journal of Strategic Management (in Korean), 10 (1): 1-18.

  • Jaeyong Song and Chaerin Yun. 2007. Factors influencing localization of overseas subsidiaries: Moderating roles of headquarters’ global capabilities. Korean Academy of Management Journal (in Korean) , 15 (2): 103 - 141.

  • Jaeyong Song.2006. What is behind the surge in Korean patenting? International Business Review, 16 (4), 51 - 79.

  • Jaeyong Song. 2006. Intellectual property regimes, innovative capabilities, and patenting in Korea. Seoul Journal of Business,, 12 (2). 57 – 75.

  • Jaeyong Song and Chaerin Yun. 2006. A Study on the Localization of Japanese Multinationals. Korean Management Review, 35 (2), 389 – 411 (in Korean).

  • Jaeyong Song and Jongtae Shin. 2005. Dual Façades of Multinational Corporations’ Technological Capabilities: Knowledge Acquisition Through Global R&D Activities

in the Semiconductor Industry. Korean Management Review, 34 (4) 1125-1141 (in Korean).

  • Jaeyong Song and Woojin Yun. 2005. A Study on Knowledge Transfer Through Mergers & Acquisitions in Knowledge-intensive Industries. Korean Management Review , 34 (2), 349 – 373 (in Korean).

  • Jaeyong Song and Jingoo Kang. 2005. What Factors Facilitate Knowledge Flows in the Global R&D Network?: A Study of Knowledge Sourcing Activities of Japanese Multinationals. International Business Review., 16 (1) 61-82.

  • Jaeyong Song and Jingoo Kang. 2004. A Study on the Globalization Potential and Strategies in the Mobile Internet Industry in Korea. Journal of Information and Operations Management, 14 (1), 77-98 (in Korean).

  • Jaeyong Song and Youngeun Chu. 2004. Knowledge Acquisition and Transfer Through Overseas R&D Activities. Yonsei Management Review, 41 (1) 227 – 253 (in Korean).

  • Jaeyong Song. 2002. Diversification Strategies and Korean Business Groups: Resource-based and Institutional Perspectives on the Causes of Diversification. Journal of Strategic Management, 5 (1): 27 – 44.

  • Jaeyong Song and Jeho Lee. 2002. New Competitive Strategies in the Network Economy (in Korean). ITBI Review, 8 (1): 159-173.

Published Books

  • Jaeyong Song and Kyungmook Lee. 2014. The Samsung Way (in English). McGraw Hill. (Endorsed by Jeffrey Immelt, CEO of GE, O.H. Kwon, CEO of Samsung Electronics, Pankaj Ghemawat, Yves Doz, Tarun Khanna and Rita McGrath).  The Samsung Way will be also published in Chinese by the CITIC Press in China as well as in Taiwan, Vietnam, and Indonesia.

  • Jaeyong Song and Kyungmook Lee. 2013. The Samsung Way (in Korean). 21 Century Books. Recipient of the Book of the Year Award by the Maeil Economic Daily.

  • Jaeyong Song. 2011. Smart Management (in Korean). 21 Century Books. Chosen as the “must-read book for Korean CEOs” by Samsung Economic Research Institute.

  • Donghyung Shin and Jaeyong Song. 2011. Innovation 3.0 (in Korean). Alki.

  • Jaeyong Song.2006. A Study on the Evolution of Korean Firms’ Patenting Strategy. Seoul National University Press.

  • Jaeyong Song. 2004. Network-based Competitive Strategy of e-Business Firms. E-Commerce Research Center (ECRC), Seoul National University.

Published Book Chapters

  • Kazuhiro Asakawa, Jaeyong Song and Sangji Kim. Forthcoming. Open Innovation in Multinational Corporations: New Insights from the Global R&D Research Stream. In New Frontiers in Open Innovation.

(edited by Henri Chesbrough). Oxford University Press.

  • Rajah Rasiah, Xin-Xin Kong, Yeo Lin and Jaeyong Song. 2012. Explaining Variations in Semiconductor Catch-up Strategies in China, Korea, Malaysia and Taiwan. In Economic Development as a Learning Process: Variation across sectoral systems (edited by Franko Malerba and Richard Nelson). Pp. 113-156. Edward Elgar Publishing.

  • Jaeyong Song, Namgyoo Park and John Mezias. 2002. Do Strategic Alliances Matter in the Electronic Marketplace? In Cooperative Strategies and Alliances (edited by Farok J. Contractor and Peter Lorange). pp. 689-703. Elsevier Science.

  • Jaeyong Song, Paul Almeida, and Geraldine Wu. 2001. Mobility of Engineers and Cross-Border Knowledge Building: The Technological Catching-Up Case of Korean and Taiwanese Semiconductor Firms. In Comparative Studies of Technological Evolution: Research in Technological Innovation, Management and Policy Volume 7 (eds by Robert Buggelman and Henri Chesbrough). pp. 59-84. Elsevier.

  • Robert Grant, Paul Almeida, and Jaeyong Song. 2000. Knowledge and the Multinational Enterprise. In Carlo Millar, Robert Grant, & Chong J. Choi (Eds.) International business: Emerging Issues and Emerging Markets. pp. 102-129. Macmillan, London

  • Paul Almeida, Robert Grant, and Jaeyong Song. The Role of the International Corporations in Cross-Border Knowledge Building in the Semiconductor Industry. In Michael A. Hitt, Joan E. Costa, and Robert D. Nixon (Eds.) Managing Strategically in an Interconnected World. John Wiley & Sons, Ltd. 1998: 119-148.

  • Dong-Sung Cho & Jaeyong Song. 1991. The Semiconductor Division of Samsung Electronics: Entrepreneurship and Entry into a High-Tech Industry (in Korean). Dong-Sung Cho (ed). Interesting Mangement Cases II. IBS Consulting Group.

Published Working Papers

  • Jaeyong Song. Sequential Foreign Investments, Regional Technology Platforms, and the Evolution of Japanese Multinationals in East Asia. July 2001. ADB Institute Working Paper # 22.

  • Jaeyong Song. Technological Catching-Up of Korea and Taiwan in the Global Semiconductor Industry: A Study of Modes of Technology Sourcing. December 2000.

The APEC Center Working Paper # 15. Columbia Business School.

  • Jaeyong Song. Diversification Strategies and the Formation of Korean Big Business Groups (Chaebols): Resource-based and Institutional Perspectives. November 1998. The APEC Center Working Paper # 9. Columbia Business School.

Research Reports

  • Jaeyong Song. What Is Behind the Surge in Korean Patenting? Research report commissioned by the World Bank. 2003.

  • Jaeyong Song. Corporate Strategy to Enhance Competitiveness in the IT Sector: A Study on the Globalization and Global Competitiveness of Mobile Internet and DSL Service Providers in Korea. Research report commissioned by the Software Promotion Agency of the Ministry of Information and Telecommunications. 2003.
Working Papers Under Review or Prepared for Journal Submissions

  • Sungyong Chang, Jeho Lee, and Jaeyong Song. The Role of the Giant Cluster in Knowledge Diffusion and Recombination. Revise & Resubmit (R&R) at Management Science.

  • Jeho Lee, Jaeyong Song, and Jaesuk Yang. Incumbency Advantage from a Network Perspective: The Moderating Role of Networks. Revise & Resubmit (R&R) at Strategic Management Journal.

  • Hyoseok Kang, Jaeyong Song, and Keun Lee. The Dynamics of Innovation and Shifts in Industrial Leadership: Lessons from the Interchangeable-lens Camera Industry. Revise & Resubmit (R&R) at Research Policy.

  • Keun Lee, Jooyoung Kwak, and Jaeyong Song. Catching Up by Path Creation of SMEs from Emerging Markets: Strategies by Korean Firms to become Independent Global Specialists. Revise and Resubmit (R&R) at Industrial and Corporate Change.

  • Jaeyong Song, Wilbur Chung and Chaerin Yun. Localization strategy. Staffing of Japanese electronics firms abroad. Under review at the Journal of International Business Studies.

  • Yuzhe Miao, Jaeyong Song, and JT (Jiatao) Li. Technological Environment, Search Strategy and Technological Catch-up of Laggards in Emerging Asian Economies. Under preparation for Strategic Management Journal.

  • Yuzhe Miao, Jaeyong Song, and Robert Salomon. Learning from Successful Peers: Technological Catch-up among Asian Laggards. Under preparation for Strategic Management Journal.

  • Sungyong Chang, Hyunseob Kim, Jaeyong Song, and Keun Lee. Imitation to Innovation: Technological Catch-up Strategy of Late Movers from Emerging Economies. Under preparation for Management Science.

  • Atul Nerkar, Jaeyong Song, and Prashant Kale. New Product Launch and the formation of downstream alliances: Empirical Evidence from the Pharmaceutical Industry. Under preparation for Strategic Management Journal.

  • Heewon Chae and Jaeyong Song. Basking in Reflected Glory: Reputation Spillover from a Foreign to a Home Country and Its Impact on Domestic Market Performance. Under preparation for Strategic Management Journal.

  • Sunkee Lee, Jaeyong Song, and Jinnam Choi. Reconciling the Effects of Team Diversity on Innovation Quality: Evidence from the Semiconductor Industry. Under preparation for Academy of Management Journal.

  • Yoon-Suk Baik, Jaeyong Song, and S. Hun Seog. The Liability of Foreignness in International Patenting. Under preparation for Strategic Management Journal.

  • Chris Ahmadjian and Jaeyong Song. Corporate Governance Reform in Japan and South Korea: Two Paths of Globalization. Under preparation for Administrative Science Quarterly.

  • Hyejun Kim and Jaeyong Song. Overcoming Institutional Deficiency in Emerging Economies: Impact of stock market development and business groups on deal abandonment. Under preparation for Strategic Management Journal.

  • Eunkwang Seo, Hyoseok Kang, and Jaeyong Song. Managing a Cross-border R&D Team for Quality Innovation: The Moderating Role of Team Configuration. Under preparation for Journal of International Business Studies.

  • Hyoseok Kang, Hyejun Kim, and Jaeyong Song. See Beyond Your Target: When Does Acquired Firm’s Ego-network Enhance Acquirer’s Innovation Output. Under preparation for Strategic Management Journal.

  • Miao Yuzhe and Jaeyong Song. Search Behavior and Knowledge Creation of Firms in Emerging Markets.

  • Sangji Kim, Yeonjin Park, and Jaeyong Song. Capabilities, Uncertainty, and Timing of Knowledge-Seeking FDI: Evidence from Overseas R&D Labs of Japanese Pharmaceutical MNC.

  • Woojin Yoon. Technology scope and alliance formation in U.S. biotechnology firms.

Teaching Experience

  • Instructor, strategy; corporate strategy; strategy formulation & implementation; international business, seminar in strategic management, Seoul National University.

  • Instructor, strategy, knowledge-based strategy (EMBA, MBA, and undergraduate), Yonsei University.

  • Instructore, Asian Business Strategy (Cross Continent Executive MBA), Fuqua School of Business, Duke University, 2005 ~

  • Instructor, advanced international strategy (MBA), Columbia Business School, Fall 1998-Spring 2001.

  • Instructor, strategy formulation (MBA), Columbia Business School, Spring 2001.

  • Instructor, seminar in strategy (Ph.D.), Columbia Business School, Spring 2001.

  • (With Richard Nelson and Atul Nerkar) Instructor, technology, innovation, and entrepreneurship in the knowledge-based economy (Ph.D.), Columbia Business School, Fall 2000.

  • Instructor, strategic management of the enterprise (MBA), Columbia Business School, Spring 1998 – Spring 2000.

  • Instructor, corporate strategy, Australian National University

  • Instructor, The Undergraduate Division, Spring 1993; Spring 1994, The Wharton School.

  • Guest Lecturer. Yonsei University Execuative Education Division.

  • Guest Lecturer, Columbia Business School Executive Education Division (Columbia Senior Exeuctive Program; Strategy Formulation and Implementation Program; Leading Organizational Change and Renewal program)

Other Research Experience

  • Visiting Researcher at Asia Development Bank (ADB) Institute, Tokyo, Japan, June 2000

- July 2000.

  • Visiting Researcher at Long-Term Credit Bank Research Institute, Tokyo, Japan, June 1996 - July 1996; February 1995 - March 1995. Collected data on the evolution of overseas production networks of Japanese electronics firms and conducted interviews with company managers of 10 major Japanese electronics firms.

  • Research Associate, The Institute for International Business and Strategy, Seoul, Korea, March 1990 - August 1991. Submitted a policy note, "A Scheme to Establish Export Trading Houses in Sri Lanka" to the Export Development Board of Sri Lanka.

  • Research Assistant, Seoul National University, March 1987 - February 1989. Developed cases for a joint project by Harvard University and Seoul National University, "The Competitive Advantage of Nations." Worked as head research assistant on "A Study of Chaebols (Big Business Groups)," sponsored by the Federation of Korean Industry.

Guest Speech, Chairs, and Discussants

  • Invited Seminar: Columbia, NYU, INSEAD, UNC Chapel Hill, Rutgers, HKUST, National University of Singapore.

  • Keynote speaker. GE Global Leadership Meeting 2014. Boca Raton, Florida. January 7, 2014.

  • Faculty participant, International Management Division Mid-career Faculty Consortium, Academy of Management annual conference, August 2, 2014.

  • Keynote Speaker. International Conference on Samsung’s New Management. June 20, 2013.

  • Chair. Doctoral Workshop. Straegic Management Society annual conference. Prague. October 6, 2012

  • Chair, Korean multinationals, the new global leaders. Academy of Management annual conference, August 4, 2012.

  • Faculty participant, International Management Division Junior Faculty Consortium, Academy of Management annual conference, August 4, 2012.

  • Chair. Doctoral Workshop. Straegic Management Society annual conference. Miami. November 5, 2011

  • Invited speaker. International Conference to commemorate the 100th birth day of Samsung Founder Lee Byung-Chul. February 10, 2010.

  • Keynote speaker. The Fifth International Conference on Global Manufacturing and China (sponsored by Zhejiang University and University of Cambridge). September 4, 2009. Hanzhou, China.

  • Moderator. Special Forum for Diego Visconti, Chairman of Accenture International, hosted by the Federation of Korean Industries, July 29, 2009.

  • Moderator. Special Forum for John Rice, Vice Chairman of GE, hosted by the Federation of Korean Industries. February 20, 2009.

  • Co-editor. Paper Development Workshop. Academy of International Business Annual conference. June 30, 2008

  • Invited speaker. Creative innovation for new growth platforms. The 3rd New Growth Platform Forum. Federation of Korean Industries. January 8, 2008.

  • Invited speaker. Metanational corporations and the TFT-LCD industry. A workshop organized by Research Institute of Economy, Trade, and Industry. March 14, 2007.

  • Strategy Track Chair. Asian Academy of Management Conference 2006. Tokyo. December, 2006.

  • Invited keynote speaker. Japan Association of Organizational Studies Annual conference. Tokyo. October 21, 2006.

  • Invited speaker & discussant. Mitsubishi Bank Foundation International Conference. Japan. August 26 – 28, 2006.

  • Invited Speaker. Research Institute of Economy, Trade, and Industry (RIETI). The Japanese Government. July 18, 2006.

  • Conference Chair. Korean Strategic Management Society Spring Conference. 2006.

  • Invited discussant. Industrial Innovation Forum. Ministry of Commerce, Industry, and Energy. Seoul Korea, Sepember 7, 2005.

  • Invited discussant. Hitotsubashi International Seminar. Hitotsubashi University, Japan, March 14-15, 2005.

  • Discussant, Economic Forecast and Business Strategies for the Year 2004, LG Economic Research Institute, September 3, 2003.

  • Discussant, Innovation and IPRs, the Fourth Asia Development Forum, Seoul, November 4, 2002.

  • Guest speaker, Australian National University, November 20, 2001.
  • Organizer and Discussant, The Korean Chaebol: Future Prospects and Problems. International Symposium hosted by the APEC Center, Columbia University. October 6, 2000

  • Chair and Organizer, Modes of External Knowledge Sourcing, Showcase Symposium at the Academy of Management annual meeting (co-sponsored by Business Policy & Strategy Division, Technology & Innovation Management Division, and International Management Division) in Toronto, Canada, August 2000.

  • Panelist, Academy of International Business annual meeting, Charlston, South Carolina, November 21, 1999.

  • Guest speaker, Korea Forum. Columbia University. October 27. 1999.

  • Guest speaker, 1st International Doctoral Student Consortium, Columbia Business School, August 19, 1999.

  • Discussant, Academy of Management annual meeting, Chicago, Illinois, August 10, 1999.
  • Guest Speaker, INSEAD, Fontainebleau, France, July 9, 1999.

  • Guest speaker, Asia Development Bank Research Institute, Tokyo, Japan, June 22, 1999.

  • Organizer and Discussant, 6th Annual CCC (Consortia for Competition and Cooperation) Doctoral Consortium, New York University & Columbia Business School, April 16-18, 1999.

  • Discussant, Research Conference on South Korea and Segyehwa (Globalization), Columbia University, May 22-23, 1998.

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