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Minah Park

Minah Park
PhD Student | Management and Human Resources
Management and Human Resources
5266 Grainger Hall


Minah Park is a Ph.D. student at the Wisconsin School of Business. She holds a master’s degree in chemical engineering and finished her doctoral study on operations management at Yonsei University. Park’s last project focused on the complementor’s survival strategy on a platform.

Her current research interest is entrepreneurship among undergraduate and graduate students in the university. Particularly, she is interested in how students develop entrepreneurial intentions and ideas.


Selected Published Journal Articles

Rhee, M. & Yang, D. & Bae, S. & Park, M. (2021). Buffering Against the Damaging Effect of Product Recall Yonsei Business Review

Bae, S. & Park, M. (2019). Manifestation of language transfer problem during the new product development process Yonsei Business Review

Bae, S. & Park, M. & Rhee, M. (2018). How do online product-related electronic network of interest grow?: The role of content, communication activity, and structure Yonsei Business Review

Oh, J. & Park, M. & Kim, J. & Jang, J. (2014). Enhanced cellular transfection by ternary non-viral gene vectors coupled with Adeno-associated virus-derived peptides Macromolecular Bioscience

Park, M. & Shin, M. & Kim, E. & Lee, S. & Park, K. & Lee, H. & Jang, J. (2014). The promotion of human neural stem cells adhesion using bioinspired poly (norepinephrine) nanoscale coating Journal of Nanomaterials


MHR Research Lunch Seminar (2022) Knowledge Acquisition and Entrepreneurship: Integrating Ideas and Intention

MHR Research Lunch Seminar (2020) Knowledge Acquisition of Entrepreneurship: An Integrative Framework of Idea and Intention

Hawaiian International Conference on System Sciences (2018) Complementor-side ecology and its implications on platform strategy

R&D Management Conference (2018) Multi-homing decisions of complementor’s target platform: Organizational ecology perspective

Annual Meeting of Decision Sciences Institute (2016) Cause of delay in new product development