Fields of expertise
- Data Science
- Computational Law
- Intellectual Property
- Knowledge Spillovers
- Employee Mobility
Prior to returning to academia, Professor Younge worked for 14 years in industry as a Chief Technology Officer, President, and Director of Development. He has co-founded four firms over the course of his career and his research aims to combine theoretical economics with real-world impact.
Strategic Citation: A Reassessment (Accepted for Publication)
Motivating Innovation: The Effect of Loss Aversion on the Willingness to Persist.
Patent Citations Reexamined.
Text Similarity in Vector Space Models: A Comparative Study.
Competitive Pressure on the Rate and Scope of Innovation.
Duty of Disclosure for Patent Applicants: Trends, Technologies, and Best Practices.
The Value of Employee Retention: Evidence from a Natural Experiment.
Innovation and Entrepreneurship in Renewable Energy.
How Anticipated Employee Mobility Affects Acquisition Likelihood: Evidence from a Natural Experiment.
Patent-to-Patent Similarity: A Vector Space Model.
Clean Energy Innovation: Sources of Technical and Commercial Breakthroughs.
Employee Mobility and the Appropriation of Value from Knowledge: Evidence from Three Essays.
Winner of the Wiley Blackwell Outstanding Dissertation Award
Teaching & PhD
Management of Technology
Doctoral Program in Technology Management