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Pai-Ling Yin

Associate Professor of Clinical Entrepreneurship and Director, Technology Commercialization Initiative

Pai-Ling Yin is Associate Professor of Clinical Entrepreneurship and Director of the Technology Commercialization Initiative. She co-founded the Mobile Innovation Group (research on the app ecosystem) and FitLAB Pilates. Pai-Ling was a professor of strategy at Harvard Business School and MIT Sloan and a research scholar at the Stanford Institute for Economic Policy Research. Her cases and research cover technology strategy, platform competition, and innovation. Her most recent research examines gender and entrepreneurship through a data grant from LinkedIn. She currently teaches tech feasibility and commercialization and co-created a required course in the MBA program on critical thinking.

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Programs for Organizations:

Custom Designed Curriculum in Clinical Entrepreneurship and Technology Commercialization Initiative

Articles & Research:

Stephanie Lee, Georgios Alaveras, Pai-Ling Yin (2019) “Click vs. Tap: Substitution Effects of Smartphones on Computers.

Tim Bresnahan, Pai-Ling Yin (2017) “Adoption of New Information and Communications Technologies in the Workplace Today,” Innovation Policy and the Economy, Volume 17, 5 17, 95-124.

Xing Li, Timothy Bresnahan, Pai-Ling Yin (2017) “Paying Incumbents and Customers to Enter an Industry: Buying Downloads.”

Articles & Research:

Stephanie Lee, Georgios Alaveras, Pai-Ling Yin (2019) “Click vs. Tap: Substitution Effects of Smartphones on Computers.

Articles & Research:

Tim Bresnahan, Pai-Ling Yin (2017) “Adoption of New Information and Communications Technologies in the Workplace Today,” Innovation Policy and the Economy, Volume 17, 5 17, 95-124.

Articles & Research:

Xing Li, Timothy Bresnahan, Pai-Ling Yin (2017) “Paying Incumbents and Customers to Enter an Industry: Buying Downloads.”