Jaemin Lee is Assistant Professor of Entrepreneurship and Innovation at Imperial College Business School. He graduated from the Entrepreneurship and Family Enterprise Department at the INSEAD.
His research comprises of two streams: he studies how multiple markets co-evolve as a result of entrepreneurial activities; he also studies how organizations learn as a result of performance and consumer feedbacks, and intra-firm power and politics.
Previously, he worked as a serial entrepreneur; co-founded French restaurant (Shanghai) and wine bar (Seoul). He has been worked with a London-based fintech firm and a boutique hotel.
Lee J, Jin K, Park C, 2017, Structural Positions within Business Group Equity Networks and Performance of Affiliate Firms, Academy of Management, Annual Conference Best Paper Proceedings
Lee J, 2016, Hybrid as Gateway Drug: How Emergence of Hybrid Jazz Leads to Dominance of Traditional Jazz, Academy of Management, Annual Conference Best Paper Proceedings
Lee J, 2015, How Do Nested Categories Influence a Market Emergence? Evidence from Early American Music Record, Academy of Management, Annual Conference Best Paper Proceedings