Research

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Working Papers

current

  1. How Does AI Improve Human Decision-Making? Evidence from the AI-Powered Go Program
    Sukwoong ChoiHyo KangNamil Kim*, and Junsik Kim
    Conditionally accepted at Strategic Management Journal
    • Award: Winner for the Best Interdisciplinary Paper Award Strategic Human Capital in the SMS 2021
    • Media Cover: MIT IDE Blog, State of AI Report 2021, The Chosun Ilbo (Leading Korean Daily Newspaper)
    • Presented: 2021 NBER Economics of Artificial Intelligence Conference; 2021 MIT IDE Fall Seminar; 2021 Conference on Artificial Intelligence, Machine Learning, and Business Analytics; 2022 3rd AI and Strategy Consortium; 2022 IP and Innovation (IPI) Seminar; 2022 Wharton Technology and Innovation Conference; 2022 the 1st Wharton/Columbia Management, Analytics, and Data (MAD) Conference
  2. Democracy and Innovation
    Hyungseok YoonNamil Kim, and Christopher Boudreaux*
    First revision invited
    • Anti-Labor Environments and Employee Entrepreneurship: Evidence from Right-To-Work Laws
      Daehyun KimNamil Kim*, and Haemin Dennis Park
      Second revision invited
      • How Digital Platforms Unintentionally Foster Entrepreneurial Activities: The Case of the Staggered Entry of Craigslist
        Daehyun KimNamil Kim*, and Yongwook Paik
        First revision invited

        Work-in-progress

        Correct authoring will be determined later

        current

        1. Standing on the Shoulders of AI: Pushing the Knowledge Frontier by Learning from AI
          Sukwoong ChoiHyo KangNamil Kim*, and Junsik Kim
          • Award: Nominated for the Best Paper Award in the CIST 2023
          • Presented: 2022 Conference on Artificial Intelligence, Machine Learning, and Business Analytics
        2. How Does AI Improve Human Collaboration and Performance? Evidence from AI-powered X-ray Triage in University Hospitals
          Sukwoong ChoiNamil Kim, and Hyo Kang
          Data Collection After Passing IRB Review
          • Grant: Co-principal investigator, USC Marshall Institute for Outlier Research in Business Grant Program, “How Does AI Improve Human Decision-Making and Performance? Evidence from AI-powered X-ray Triage in University Hospitals” (with Hyo Kang and Sukwoong Choi) (2022-2023) ($19,400)

        Selected Published Papers

        2024

        1. Climate impact, institutional context, and national climate change adaptation IP protection rates
          Hyungseok Yoon*, Peter Tashman, Mirko Benischke, Jonathan Doh, and Namil Kim
          Journal of Business Venturing, 2024

          2022

          1. Industrial Leadership Changes without Technological Discontinuity: Modularization, Institution-Led Market Discontinuity, and Market Development Strategy
            Kiho Kwak, and Namil Kim*
            Technological Forecasting and Social Change, 2022
            • International alliance formations: The role of brokerage in technology competition networks
              Sukwoong ChoiWonjoon Kim, and Namil Kim*
              Journal of Business Research, 2022

              2020

              1. Concentrate or disperse? The relationship between major customer concentration and supplier profitability and the moderating role of insider ownership
                Kiho Kwak, and Namil Kim*
                Journal of Business Research, 2020

                2018

                1. Do your social media lead you to make social deal purchases? Consumer-generated social referrals for sales via social commerce
                  Namil Kim, and Wonjoon Kim*
                  International Journal of Information Management, 2018
                  • A cross-national study of knowledge, government intervention, and innovative nascent entrepreneurship
                    Hyungseok David Yoon*Namil Kim, Bernard Buisson, and Fred Phillips
                    Journal of Business Research, 2018
                    • Media Cover: Harvard Business Review (French)
                  • The effect of patent protection on firms’ market value: the case of the renewable energy sector
                    Daehyun KimNamil Kim, and Wonjoon Kim*
                    Renewable and Sustainable Energy Reviews, 2018

                    2015

                    1. Dynamic patterns of industry convergence: Evidence from a large amount of unstructured data
                      Namil Kim, Hyeokseong LeeWonjoon Kim*, Hyunjong Lee, and Jong Hwan Suh
                      Research Policy, 2015