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Phd Student Profile / Bio
Chieh-Chung Yen

Chieh-Chung (James) Yen

Ph.D. Oranizational Behavior & Strategy 2011 (expected), Washington University in St. Louis
M.B.A. 2006, National Taiwan University
Bachelor Business Administration 2001, Cheng Chi University
Research interests:
Social Comparison Process and Envy; Social Categorization and Coalition; R&D Productivity and Firm Capability; Network Forms of Organizations; Spinoffs and Entrepreneurship; Transaction Cost Economics and Governance Structures
  • "IQ and the Market Value of R&D," with Anne Marie Knott, working paper
  • "Economizing and Strategizing in Business Strategy," in Elgar Companion on Transaction Cost Economics, Peter Klein, Ed., with Jackson Nickerson, (forthcoming)
Academic/professional activities:
2008 Academy of Management Conference in Anaheim, Facilitator of the session "Network Formation and Evolution"
2007 Academy of Management Conference in Philadelphia
Winner of the Universitys Award for Graduates Member of the Phi Tau Phi Honor Society, 2005
Winner of the Championship of ATCC National College Business Case Contest, 2004
Personal interests:
Listening to musicals; going to movies, and playing basketball