Dr. Chuljin Park is a lecturer in the UNSW’s School of Management. He received his Ph.D. in Strategic Management from The Pennsylvania State University.
His research interest broadly lies in the area of understanding how organisations change and develop—with specific focus on inter- and intra-organisational social networks, as well as instances of organisational failures and their subsequent recovery. How do organisational social networks evolve over time, while affecting and being affected by other organisational actions and attributes? How do organisations recover from failures and what makes them more resilient? And what does it all mean for people within the organisations? These are some of the research questions Chuljin is keen on learning more about.
His current research projects include investigating how firms’ interfirm connections change and influence firm-level outcomes following revelations of serious financial misconduct, how firms’ corporate social responsibility activities are related to their interfirm social networks, and how inter-organisational social networks of top managers evolve in conjunction with their career developments.