Ph.D. Student, Tepper School of Business
Areas of Study
Organizational Behavior and Theory
- 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
ResearchStrategic human capital, knowledge transfer, organizational theory, networks, performance, microfoundations of strategy
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.
- 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)