Assistant Professor of Professional Practice
Chris Young is an Assistant Professor of Professional Practice at Rutgers Business School, where his teaching and research interests focus on business strategy and market based ethics. He holds a Ph.D. and MBA from Rutgers University with a concentration in international finance, political economy, and professional accounting.
Dr. Young has taught economics, finance and political economy at Seton Hall University from 2002-2014. In addition to his academic career, he has spent approximately twenty years in for-profit private industry, with roles ranging from CFO of a major media company, founder of a venture capital fund, managing director of investment banking and head of strategy for an information services company. Presently, Dr. Young manages an economic consulting practice for Sobel & Co., where he provides economic and litigation support, valuation services, econometric analyses, labor negotiation and public policy analyses, and other related social science and business analyses. Dr. Young has testified before state, county and local courts and mediation panels in New York and New Jersey and has also provided testimony in arbitration matters before FINRA.
Ph.D., Rutgers University; Global Political Economy and International Finance/Division of Global Affairs