Dr Su Jung Jee
Assistant Professor, University of Bradford School of Management
Su Jung is an Assistant Professor in Technology Management & Analytics at the Bradford School of Management and an Associate Fellow at the INET Oxford. Her research focuses on intellectual property strategies and policies for innovation, with a particular interest in the context of open innovation, industrial dynamics of AI and climate technologies. She is also broadly interested in the design and development of frameworks and measures for supporting decision-making in relation to innovation management, particularly by using patent and bibliometric analysis. She received her BS and PhD degrees in Industrial Engineering (with a specialisation in Technology Management and Analytics) from Yonsei University, South Korea. She was a visiting fellow at the INET Oxford, University of Oxford (2021) and a visiting PhD student at the Science Policy Research Unit (SPRU), University of Sussex (2018).
A firm’s creation of proprietary knowledge linked to the knowledge spilled over from its research publications: the case of artificial intelligence
31 Jan 23
This study investigates the mechanism by which knowledge spilled over from a firm’s research publica...
Firms’ influence on the evolution of published knowledge when a science-related technology emerges: the case of artificial intelligence
07 Dec 22
Focusing on the recent AI development, we investigate how and to what extent firms’ deep engagement ...
Knowledge for a warmer world: A patent analysis of climate change adaptation technologies
03 Aug 22
We investigate climate change adaptation technologies (CCATs) in US patents to understand (1) histor...