Jennifer Tae (PhD, London Business School) is an assistant professor of strategy at the Fox School of Business, Temple University. Her research focuses on how the externality arising from interdependence of firms affects the behavior and performance of industry peers as well as the participants within broader sectors and ecosystems. Recent topics of her research include whether and how changes in competitive conditions such as operational disruptions affect performance of competing firms or how platform owners guide complementors in platform ecosystems. She is also interested in understanding how new roles emerge in existing industries that push those industries to evolve into broader ecosystems. Prior to joining Temple, she was faculty at University of Bath, UK.