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Impact of Patent Enforcement on Innovation Activity

In this set of research projects, I use different measurements of patenting outcomes to examine how patent enforcement impacts invention and innovation activities as well as innovation disclosure. One empirically examines the impact of patent enforcement by different types of entities, including Patent Assertion Entities, on invention in patent technology classes using difference-in-difference models. Another explores how patent enforcement impacts firms’ innovation disclosure and IP differentiation in the technology space using natural language processing.

talks

Cornell IET Brownbag 2020

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I have presented my paper “How does patent litigation by Patent Assertion Entities impact invention activity?” in the Cornell SC Johnson College of Business Innovation, Entrepreneurship, and Technology (IET) Brownbag Seminar.

Munich Summer Institute 2021

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I have presented my paper “How does patent litigation by Patent Assertion Entities impact invention activity?” in the poster slam and the poster session during the third day of the conference with the theme of “Law & Economics of Intellectual Property, Innovation & Digitization”. Program can be found here.

AOM 2021

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I will be presenting my paper “How does patent litigation by Patent Assertion Entities impact invention activity?” in the paper session “Exploring the USPTO”. This paper is selected as a “Best Paper”. The abridged version of the paper will be included in the 2021 Academy of Management Annual Meeting Proceedings. Program can be found here.

EPIP 2021

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I will be presenting my paper “How does patent litigation by Patent Assertion Entities impact invention activity?” in the parallel session. Program can be found here.

TILEC 2021

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I will be presenting my paper “How does patent litigation by Patent Assertion Entities impact invention activity?” in the TILEC Workshop on Patents and Standards as an invited speaker.

teaching

Undergraduate Teaching Experience

Undergrad TA and Tutor, UCSD, Department of Economics, 2016

I developed my interest in teaching since my first undergraduate teaching assistant experience with the first course in the sequence of the Intermediate Microeconomics. I was chosen as the peer tutor in the following semester to help develop and experiment the Peer Tutoring Lab at UCSD Department of Economics. Due to the high level of student engagement in our experiment, this tutroing lab succesfully transited into a funded long-term program to help all the undergraduates in Economics with intermediate level courses.

Graduate Teaching Experience

Graduate TA, Cornell University, Dyson School of Applied Economics and Management, 2018

I have worked as a teaching assitant for serveral graduate and undergraduate level courses in the Dyson School of Applied Economics and Management at Cornell and developed leadership, mentoring, public speaking, and communication skills through my teaching experience.