Sea Jin
CHANG, Sea Jin Lim Kim San Chair Professor Department:  Strategy & Policy Office:  BIZ1 6-33 Contact:  6516-7854 Email:  bizcsj@nus.edu.sg Curriculum Vitae

Dr Chang Sea-Jin is the Lim Kim San Chair Professor of Business Administration at National University of Singapore (NUS) Business School. Prior to joining NUS, Dr Chang was a Visiting Professor at Wharton School of University of Pennsylvania and Kumho Asiana Group Endowed Chair Professor at the School of Administration at Korea University. Previously, he was a Professor at the Stern Schoo ...[More+]

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    • Multinational Management
    • Corporate Strategy
    • Journal Articles
      • A Quasi-experimental Approach to Multinationality and Performance Relationship: An Application to Learning by Exporting, (2016), Global Strategy Journal, Forthcoming
      • When Does Transition from Family to Professional Management Improve Firm Performance, with Shim J (2015), Strategic Management Journal, 36(9), 1297-1316
      • Industry Dynamics and Institutional Barriers, with Brian Wu (2014), Strategic Management Journal, 35(8), 1103-1123
      • When Do Foreign Subsidiaries Outperform Local Firms, with Jaiho Chung and Jongbin Moon (2013), Journal of International Business Studies , 44, 853 - 860
      • Do wholly-owned subsidiaries perform better than joint ventures?, with Jaiho Chung and Jongbin Moon (2013), Strategic Management Journal, 34, 317-337
      • Winning strategies in China, with Sam Park (2012), Long Range Planning, 45, 1-15
      • Rapid FDI expansion and firm performance, with Jay Hyuk Rhee (2011), Journal of International Business Studies , 42, 979-994
      • Asia and Global Business: Introductiion to the Special Issue, with Mike Peng and Rabi Bhagat (2010), Journal of International Business Studies , 41(3), 373-376
      • From the editors: Common method variance in international business research, with Lorrane Eden and Arjen van Witteloostuijn (2010), Journal of International Business Studies , 41(2), 178-184
      • Spillovers and competition among foreign and local firms in China, (2008), Strategic Management Journal, 29, 495-518
      • Business groups in East Asia: Post-crisis restructuring and new growth, (2006), Asia Pacific Journal of Management, 23, 407-417
      • Does Business Group Affiliate Promote or Hinder Innovations in Emerging Markets, with Chi-Nien Chung and Ishtiaq Mahmood (2006), Organization Science , 17(5), 637-656
      • Types of Firms Generating Network Externalities and MNCs' Co-location Decisions, with Sekuen Park (2005), Strategic Management Journal, 26(7), 595-615
      • Venture capital financing, strategic alliances and the initial public offering of internet startups, (2004), Journal of Business Venturing, 19(5), 721-741
      • Ownership structure, expropriation, and economic performance of group-affiliated companies in Korea, (2003), Academy of Management Journal, 46(2), 238-254
      • How much does the business group matter in Korea?, with Jaebum Hong (2002), Strategic Management Journal, 23(3), 265-273
      • The mode of entry choices in sequential foreign investment, with Philip Rosenzweig (2001), Strategic Management Journal, 22(7), 747-776
      • The economic performance of the group affiliated companies in Korea: Groupwise resource sharing and internal business transactions, with Jaebum Hong (2000), Academy of Management Journal, 43(3), 429-228
      • Corporate and industry effects on business unit competitive position, with Harbir Singh (2000), Strategic Management Journal, 21(7), 739-751
    • Books/Monographs
      • Multinational Firms in China: Entry Strategies, Competition and Performance, (2013), Oxford University Press
      • Sony versus Samsung: The Inside Story of Electronics Giants? Battle for Global Supremacy, (2008), Wiley, Jun
      • Business Groups in East Asia: Financial Crisis, Restructuring and New Growth, (2006), Oxford University Press, Mar
      • The Financial Crisis and Transformation of Korean Business Groups: Rise and Fall of Chaebols, (2003), Cambridge University Press
    • Elected as one of the fifteen (15) National Scholars by the Korea Ministry of Education - 2007
    • The Linsu Kim Memorial Award, The Korea Academy of Management - 2006
    • Grand Prize in Social Sciences, 2004 Chung Jinki Memorial Cultural Foundation, Korea - 2004
    • Research Grant, Korea Research Foundation - 2001
    • Research Grant, Korea Ministry of Information and Telecommunication - 2000
    • Research Grant, Korea Research Foundation, 1996-2001 - 1996
    • Research Fellowship Grant, Carnegie-Bosch Institute - 1994
    • Finalist for the Best Doctoral Dissertation Award, Business Policy and Strategy Division, Academy of Management - 1993
    • Wharton School Dean's Fellowship - 1988
    • The 3rd Fujitsu Asian Scholarship - 1987
    • Best Senior Thesis Award, Department of Economics, Seoul National University - 1984
    • Ph.D. in Organization and Strategy, Organization and Strategy, Wharton School, University of Pennsylvania, USA, 1992
    • M.Sc. in Japanese Business Studies, Japanese Business Studies, Japan-American Institute of Management Science and Chaminade University, 1988
    • M.A. in Economics, with concentration in Industrial Organization and Econometrics, Economics, Seoul National University, South Korea, 1986
    • B.A. with Honors in Economics, Economics, Seoul National University, South Korea, 1984
    • Lim Kim San Chair Professor, NUS Business School, National University of Singapore, 2015 - current
    • Techno-SK Chair Professor, School of Business, Korea Advanced Institute of Science & Technology (joint appointment with NUS), 2013 - current
    • Provost's Chair Professor, NUS Business School, National University of Singapore, 2009 - current
    • Director, Centre for Governance, Institutions and Organization, NUS Business School, 2010 - 2015
    • Visiting Professor, Wharton School, University of Pennsylvania, 2008
    • Kumho Asiana Group Endowed Chair Professor, School of Business Administration, Korea University, 2006 - 2008
    • Visiting Professor, Institute of Economic Research, Hitotsubashi University, 2007
    • Professor of Strategy & International Business, School of Business Administration, Korea University, 2002 - 2006
    • Visiting Professor, London Business School, 2004 - 2005
    • Visiting Faculty, INSEAD, France, 2002
    • Assoc Prof of Strategy & International Business, School of Business Administration, Korea University, 1997 - 2002
    • Visiting Faculty, Summer Programs, New York University, 1996 - 2002
    • Visiting Faculty, Graduate School of Business, Stanford University, 2000 - 2001
    • Asst Prof of Strategy & International Business, School of Business Administration, Korea University, 1994 - 1997
    • Asst Prof of Management & International Business, Stern School of Business, New York University, 1992 - 1995
    • Area Editor, Industrial and Corporate Change, 2013 - current
    • Associate Editor, Strategic Management Journal, 2013 - current
    • Consulting Editor, Journal of International Business Studies, 2010 - current
    • Editorial Board, Strategic Organization, 2006 - current
    • Editorial Board, European Management Review, 2005 - current
    • Editorial Board, Strategic Management Journal, 2005 - current
    • Editorial Board, Asia Pacific Journal of Management, 1999 - current
    • Editorial Board, Journal of International Business Studies, 1998 - current
    • International Advisory Board, Komatsu Ltd. Tokyo, Japan, 2012 - 2015
    • Editor (Area Editor), Journal of International Business Studies, 2007 - 2010
    • Fujitsu Ltd., Tokyo, Japan, 1998
    • Daewoo Telecommunications Co. Ltd., Seoul, Korea, 1987 - 1988
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