Yeolan Lee, Ph.D.

Assistant Professor of Management

Academic Experience

  • Assistant Professor – Department of Management, Marketing, and Information Systems, University of Alabama in Huntsville (2013 – present)
  • Instructor – Department of Management and Human Resources, the Ohio State University (2011 – 2013)

Education

  • Ph.D. in Strategic Management(major)/Economics(minor) – The Ohio State University 2013
  • Master Science of Business Administration - Seoul National University, South Korea 2008
  • Bachelor of Science – Public Administration, Summa cum laude Business Administration (double major) – Hankuk University of Foreign Studies, Seoul, South Korea 2005

Research Interest

  • New product development planning
  • Licensing strategy
  • Product market entry timing strategy
  • Technology and Innovation management
  • Entrepreneurship

Courses Taught

  • Competitive Strategy (MGT 499), University of Alabama in Huntsville
  • Business Policy & Strategy, The Ohio State University 

 

Publications

Papers
  • Lee, Y., Mackenzie, W. I., Fong, E.A., & Sherman, D. Forthcoming. The importance of inter-temporal integration in new product development. International Journal of Innovation Management.
Book Chapters

 Professional Activities and Awards

Presentations

  • Mutual Forbearance in Factor Market Rivalry, Strategic Management Society(SMS) Conference in Denver, 2015
  • Mutual Forbearance in Factor Market Rivalry, Academy of Management(AOM) Conference in Vancouver, Canada, 2015
  • Relationships Between New Product Development Best Practices and Appropriability Strategies, Academy of Management(AOM) Conference in Vancouver, Canada, 2015
  • Time-To-Market and Product Innovativeness in Pharmaceutical New Drug Development Projects, Academy of Management(AOM) Conference in Orlando, 2013 
  • A Firm’s R&D Mode Choice between In-house and Licensing and Optimal Entry Strategies  Academy of Management(AOM) Conference in Orlando, 2013 
  • How to Implement is More Important Than What You Choose: Evidence from Pharma New Drug Development Projects, Darden Cambridge Entrepreneurship and Innovation Research Conference, University of Virginia, Charlottesville, 2013
  • How to Implement Is More Important than What You Choose: Evidence from Pharmaceutical New Drug Development Projects, Strategic Management Society(SMS) Conference in Prague, 2012 
  • R&D Mode Choice and Subsequent Optimal Entry Strategies: Time-To-Market and Product Innovativeness, Strategic Management Society(SMS) Conference in Prague, 2012
  • Observability of First-Mover Advantages in Unobserved Strategic Factor Markets, Graduate Hayes Research Forum, The Ohio State University, Columbus, 2011

 Awards

  • UAH CBA Research Mini-Grants ($5000), University of Alabama in Huntsville 2015-2016
  • UAH New Faculty Research Grants ($9478), University of Alabama in Huntsville 2014-2015
  • Graduate Research/Teaching Assistantships, The Ohio State University (2008 – 2013)
  • CGEBA /MHR Department Travel Grants, The Ohio State University (2008 – 2013)
  • West Coast Research Symposium Travel Grants, 2011, 2012
  • Dong-Won Foundation Scholarship Recipient for Seoul National University MBA program (2005 – 2007)
  • Boston University Motorola Case Competition Travel Sponsorship, Seoul National University 2007
  • Seoul National University Scholarship for Academic Excellence, 2005
  • Academic Excellence Scholarships, Hankuk University of Foreign Study (2001 – 2005) 

Other

Prior to joining the PHD program, she worked for IBM as a consultant and SK Research Institute as a research assistant.