金柔真

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金柔真

助理教授



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研究领域

Entrepreneurship, technological innovation, strategy, organizational economics


联系方式

yjkim@shanghaitech.edu.cn





个人简历 Biography

Employment

ShanghaiTech University, Shanghai,  China, 2016 - present

Assistant Professor in the School of Entrepreneurship and Management


Education

University of California, Berkeley, Berkeley,  CA, USA, 2010 - 2016

PhD, Business and Public Policy, Haas School of Business


Seoul National  University, Seoul, Korea, 2008-2010

MA, Business Strategy and International Business, Graduate School of Business


Seoul National University, Seoul, Korea, 2004-2008

BA, Economics, Colleage of Social Sciences  (graduated with the highest distinction) 


主要研究内容 Research Interests


Her research interests lie in the field oftechnological innovation, entrepreneurship, and business strategy. Innovation and technology commercialization increasingly become a team work where entrepreneurs, large firms, investors, and regulatory agencies all play a part. Yet, innovation is risky and idiosyncratic, and transactions and inter-firm collaborations for innovation are not free from market inefficiencies such as infromation asymmetry. Her recent works aim to shed a light on the role of the public sector in moderating the inefficiencies in the market for innovation and entrepreneurship. Specifically, she studies how market conditions shaping the collaborative ecoysystem around entrepreneurship affect the direction of entrepreneurial innovation and VC investment. She also studies the nature and formation of inter-firm partnership between startups and large firms in innvoative and creative industries and its policy implications.


代表性论文 Selected Publications


Referred Publications

[1] Kim, Y., 2018. What Makes the Divergence between Cross-border VCs and Domestic VCs Persist? In the Context of the Chinese VC Industry. Seoul Journal of Business 24(1), 15-43.

[2] Kin, Y., 2018. The Impact of Patent Infringement Litigation on the Strategic Use of Patents. Journal of Strategic Management, 21(1), 93-107.


Working papers

[1] Paik, Y., Kim, Y., Rawley, E., 2018. Make-and-Ally and Performance: Evidence from the Korean TV Drama Industry

[2] Kim, Y., Chatterjee, C, Higgins, M.J., 2018. Moving Beyond the Valley of Death: Regulation and Venture Capital Investments in Early-Stage Biotechnology Firms. NBER working paper 25202. 

[3] Kim, Y., Song, J., 2018. A Road Untaken: What Makes Entrepreneurs Promote Breakthrough Innovation?


Work-in-progress

[1] Kim, Y., 2018. Learning for Partnership: How do Cross-border VCs Survive Hostile Environment in a Local Market? 

[2] Kim, Y., Kim, J., 2018. The Impact of Institutional Stability on the Entry and Exit of Foreign Investment

[3] Kim, Y., 2018. Why do Firms Simultaneously Use Diverse Modes for Corporate Venture Capital?

[4] Kim, Y., 2017. How do Corporate VCs Build the Entrepreneurial Ecosystem in High-tech Industry?

[5] Kim, Y., 2016. Should Government Fund Investors or Pick Entrepreneurs to Complement Private Venture Investment?: The Impact of SBIR and SBIC Programs on the Long-Term Performance of Small Firms and Private Investors  


Teaching

Business Strategy and Technological Innovation; Entrepreneurship; Entrepreneurial Finance

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