Hsini Huang is a Research Associate in the Department of Management Science and Innovation. She received her PhD in the School of Public Policy at Georgia Institute of Technology (received outstanding PhD student award in 2009).
She is well trained in the field of economics of innovation, economic geography, and science and technology policy.
Hsini Huang does research on regional innovation, academic patenting and commercialization, and the value of inventor mobility on innovation performance.
Clark, Jennifer, Hsini Huang, John P. Walsh. (2010). “A typology of ‘Innovation Districts’: What It Means for Regional Resilience,” Cambridge Journal of Regions, Economy and Society, 3(1): 121-137.
Chen, Chi-Kuang, Shu-Fen Tseng and Hsini Huang. (2006). “A Comprehensive Study of the Digital Divide Phenomenon in Taiwanese Governmental Agencies,” International Journal of Internet and Enterprise Management, 4(3): 244-256.
Working Paper (R&R) John P. Walsh and Hsini Huang. (2011). “Local Context, Academic Entrepreneurship and Open Science: Secrecy and Commercial Activity among Japanese and US Scientists," Research Policy, revise and resubmit (2nd round).
Book Chapter Tseng, Shu-Fen and Hsini Huang. (2006). “International Collaborations through the Internet,” in Shrum, W., Benson, K., Bijker, W. and Brunnstein, K. (Eds.) Past, Present and Future of Research in the Information Society, 97-114: Springer US.