Assistant Professor in the Department of Sociology
Ph.D., University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill 2014
- Yang, T, & Aldrich, HE. (2014, April). Who’s the Boss? Explaining Gender Inequality in Entrepreneurial Teams. American Sociological Review, 79 (2), 303-327.
- Aldrich, HE, & Yang, T. (2014, January). How do entrepreneurs know what to do? learning and organizing in new ventures. Journal of Evolutionary Economics, 24 (1), 59-82.
- Yang, T, & Aldrich, HE. (2012, July). Out of sight but not out of mind: Why failure to account for left truncation biases research on failure rates. Journal of Business Venturing, 27 (4), 477-492.
- Aldrich, HE, & Yang, T. (2012, March). Lost in translation: Cultural codes are not blueprints. Strategic Entrepreneurship Journal, 6 (1), 1-17.
- Yang, T, & Aldrich, HE. (2012). Out of Sight but Not Out of Mind: Why Failure to Account for Left Truncation Biases Research on Failure Rates. 27, 4, 447-492.
- Yang, T, & Aldrich, HE. (2012). What Did Stinchcombe Really Mean? Designing Research to Test the Liability of Newness among New Ventures. Entrepreneurship Research Journal.
- Yang, T, Martinez, M, & Aldrich, HE. (2011). Entrepreneurship as an Evolutionary Process: Methodological Progress and Challenges. Entrepreneurship Research Journal, 1 (1).