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 Y. Lee & J. Barney, “Strategic Factor Markets”, The Palgrave Encyclopedia of Strategic Management (edited by David Teece and Mie Augier). (http://www.palgraveconnect.com/esm/doifinder/10.1057/9781137294678.0648) J. Anand & Y. Lee, “Acquisition Strategy”, The Palgrave Encyclopedia of Strategic Management (edited by David Teece and Mie Augier). (http://www.palgraveconnect.com/esm/doifinder/10.1057/9781137294678.0006) 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.