Research

Publications

[1] Sungyong Chang, J.P. Eggers, Daniel D. Keum, Bottleneck Resources, Market Relatedness, and the Dynamics of Organizational Growth , forthcoming, Organization Science.

[2] Sungyong Chang, Bruce Kogut, JS Yang, 2016, Global Diversification Discount and Its Discontents: A Bit of Self-selection Makes a World of Difference, Strategic Management Journal 37 (11), 2254-2274
– 2015 AOM Best Paper Proceedings

Working papers

Sungyong Chang, Hyunseob Kim, Jaeyong Song, Keun Lee, Role of Latecomers’ Imitation in Overtaking Industry Leaders under Schumpeterian Competition, Revise and resubmit, Academy of Management Review.

Sungyong Chang, Two Faces of Decomposability in Search: Evidence from the Recorded Music Industry 1995-2015, Revise and resubmit, Strategic Management Journal.
– 2018 AOM Best Paper Proceedings

Sungyong Chang, Jeho Lee, Jaeyong Song, Understanding Diffusion Phenomena from a Network Perspective: Implications of Bridges in Integrating Disconnected Parts, Under review, Strategic Management Journal

Sukhun Kang, Sungyong Chang, Joseph Ross, Jennifer E. Miller, Implementation of 21st Century Cures Act Expanded Access Policies Requirements, Under review, Clinical Pharmacology & Therapeutics

Sanghyun Park, Sungyong Chang, Borders of Network Effects and Early Internationalization as a Latecomer Strategy, Under review, Academy of Management Review

Sungyong Chang, Hyunseob Kim, Jaeyong Song, Keun Lee, Imitation to Innovation: Latecomers’ Catch-up Strategy and Technological Leadership Change

Work in progress

(with Sukhun Kang) When do firms provide early access prior to commercialization? Evidence from expanded access programs in oncology drug market

(with Nina Teng, Hyunseob Kim) Standardized development toolkits and product innovation: Evidence from the game engine and video game industry.

(With Daniel Keum, JP Eggers) Customer-focused Diversification

(with Daniel Keum) Exit logic: Technological relatedness vs. market relatedness

(with Liinus Hietaniemi) Technological opportunity and the persistence of firm growth

(with Divya Saxena) Unemployment insurance and firm innovation: Evidence from the recorded music industry

(with Inkoo Baek, SNU) Development toolkits, Imitative Entrants, and competitive dynamics: Evidence from the DRAM industry 2005-2014 (Preliminary draft)

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