Taeho KWAK


Since 2021, Management, Organizational Behavior

My research interests primarily center around managers’ causal inference in the context of firms’ solution search processes. More specifically, my current research focuses on developing a formal model of how managers working for complex organizations (i.e., firms pursuing multiple goals by utilizing multiple means) update their perceived causal relations between different organizational actions and outcomes through learning from market responses (i.e., performance feedback), and make future decisions based on the updated knowledge.