Carnegie Mellon University

Sae-Seul  Park

Sae-Seul Park

Ph.D. Student, Tepper School of Business

Address
5000 Forbes Avenue
Pittsburgh, PA 15213

Areas of Study

Organizational Behavior and Theory

Education

  • Carnegie Mellon University – M.S. (Organizational Behavior and Theory) - 2019
  • Seoul National University – M.A. (International Commerce/Economics) - 2017
  • Seoul National University – B.B.A (Business Administration) - 2013

Research

Strategic human capital, knowledge transfer, organizational theory, networks, performance, microfoundations of strategy

Publications

Publications and Papers Under Review
The Mechanisms and Components of Knowledge Transfer within Organizations. Organization Science, 33(3): 1232-1249.
(author(s): Linda Argote, Jerry Guo, Sae-Seul Park, Oliver Hahl)

How Individual Regulators Contribute to the (Under)Performance of Regulatory Firms: Evidence from Microdata. Revise & Resubmit at Strategic Management Journal.
(author(s): Sae-Seul Park, Oliver Hahl, Sunkee Lee)

Research in Progress
How Performance Incentives Impact Networks, Content, and Utilization of Shared Knowledge: Evidence from Digital Trace Data. Job Market Paper.

Are Knowledge Sharing and Learning Tradeoffs? Linking Performance Incentives with Digital Information Systems Usage.

Learning Like a Pro: Individual Learning Responses to Industry Shocks (w/ Oliver Hahl.)

Biting the Hand That Feeds? How Organizational Training Influences Productivity and Labor Market Mobility in a Developing Country.

Awards

  • Strategic Management Society - Finalist, Strategic Human Capital Interest Group Best Paper Prize; Nominee, Best Conference Paper Prize; Nominee, Best PhD Paper Prize (2022)
  • Carnegie Mellon University Center for Organizational Learning, Knowledge, and Innovation Research Support (2022)
  • Carnegie Mellon University Gerald R. Salancik Doctoral Fellowship Award (2022)
  • Strategic Management Society - Nominee, Best Conference Paper Prize; Nominee, Best Research Methods Prize (2021)
  • Carnegie Mellon University Henry J. Gailliot Presidential Fellowship (2020-2021)
  • Litzenberger Family Fund, Litzenberger Family Foundation (2020)
  • Graduate Student Assembly / Provost Conference Funding (2019)
  • Center for Behavioral and Decision Research Grant (2018)