PhD in Management, UC Irvine
Young Bong Chang is an Associate Professor at Sungkyunkwan University in South Korea. He received his PhD in management from the University of California at Irvine. His research interest is in IT economics with focus on the analysis of IT startups/investments/valuations and sourcing strategy. He has published articles in journals including MIS Quarterly, Information Systems Research, Journal of Management Information Systems and IEEE Transactions on Engineering Management.
- Chang, Y., Gurbaxani, V. and Ravindran, K. “Information Technology Outsourcing: Asset Transfer and the Role of Contract,” – MIS Quarterly, (41:3), 2017, pp.959-973.
- Chang, Y. and Cho, W. “The risk implications of mergers and acquisitions with information technology firms,” Journal of Management Information Systems, (34:1), 2017, pp.232-267.
- Chang, Y. and Gurbaxani, V. “An empirical analysis of technical efficiency: The role of IT intensity and competition,” Information Systems Research, (24:3), 2013, pp.561-578.
- Chang, Y. “IT and profit persistence: The role of intangibles and risk,” IEEE Transactions on Engineering Management, (60:4), 2013, pp.717-727.
- Chang, Y. and Gurbaxani, V. “IT outsourcing, knowledge transfer and firm Productivity: An empirical analysis,” MIS Quarterly, (36:4), 2012, pp.1043-1063.
- Chang, Y. and Gurbaxani, V. “The impacts of IT-related spillovers on long-run productivity: An empirical analysis,” Information Systems Research, (23:3), 2012, pp.868-886.
- Han, K., Chang, Y. and Hahn, J. “Information technology spillover and productivity: The role of information technology intensity and competition,” Journal of Management Information Systems, (28:1), 2011, pp.115-145.