Our faculty members’ personal web-sites, which you can access via our home page, list a more complete set of publications. The Duke Strategy Research Advantage (DSRA) site summarizes many of these publications.


Sharon Belenzon. Motivation and Sorting of Human Capital in Open Innovation (with Mark Schankerman), Forthcoming in Strategic Management Journal

Sharon Belenzon. How does firm size mediate firms’ ability to benefit from invention? Evidence from patents and scientific publications (with Andrea Patacconi), Forthcoming in European Management Review

David Ridley. “Payments, Promotion, and the Purple Pill.” Forthcoming in Health Economics.

Joseph, J. and Gaba. V. The Fog of Feedback: Ambiguity and Firm-Responses to Multiple Aspiration Levels. Forthcoming, Strategic Management Journal

Joseph, J. Ocasio, W. and McDonnell, M.  “The Structural Elaboration of Board Independence: Executive Power, Institutional Logics, and the Adoption of CEO-only Board Structures in U.S. Corporate Governance” Forthcoming, Academy of Management Journal


Sharon Belenzon. Make, Buy, Organize: The Interplay Between R&D, External Knowledge, and Firm Structure (with Ashish Arora and Luis Rios), Strategic Management Journal, 35, Pages 317–337, March 2014

Kulchina E. 2014. Media coverage and location choice. Strategic Management Journal 35(4): 596–605.

Wesley M. Cohen. A. Arora, W. Cohen and J. Walsh “The Acquisition and Commercialization of Invention in American Manufacturing,” MBER, June, 2014


Sharon Belenzon. Innovation and firm value: An investigation of the changing role of patents, 1985-2007 (with Andrea Patacconi), Research Policy, Volume 42, Issue 8, Pages 1496-1510 (September 2013)

Sharon Belenzon. Spreading the Word: Geography, Policy and Knowledge Spillovers (with Mark Schankerman), Review of Economics and Statistics, July 2013, Vol. 95, No. 3, Pages 884-903

Sharon Belenzon. Capital markets and firm organization: How financial development shapes European corporate groups (with Tomer Berkovitz and Luis Rios), Management Science, Volume 59, Pages: 1326-1343, June 2013

David Ridley. Joshua S. Gans and David B. Ridley. “Innovation Incentives under Transferable Fast-Track Regulatory Review.” Journal of Industrial Economics. 2013. Vol. 61, No. 3: 789-816.

David Ridley. Peter Arcidiacono, Paul B. Ellickson, Peter Landry, and David B. Ridley. “Pharmaceutical Followers.” International Journal of Industrial Organization. 2013. Vol. 31, No. 5: 538–553.

David B. Ridley. “Hotelling’s Law.” Forthcoming in Palgrave Encyclopedia of Strategic Management, edited by D. Teece and M. Augier. 2013.

John Joseph. Gaba. V. and Joseph, J. 2013. Corporate Structure and Performance Feedback: Aspirations and Adaptation in M-form Firms, Organization Science 24(4): 1102-1119.

M. Roach and W.M. Cohen, “Lens or Prism? Patent citations as a measure of knowledge flows from public research,” Management Science, February 2013, V. 59, No. 2, pp. 504- 525.


Ashish Arora, Andrea Fosfuri and ThomasRoende. “Managing licensing in a market for technology”, forthcoming in Management Science.

Ashish Arora, Lee Branstetter, and Matej Drev. “Going soft: How the rise of software based innovation led to the decline of Japan’s IT industry and the resurgence of Silicon Valley”forthcoming Review of Economics and Statics.

Ashish Arora. “Licensing” forthcoming Encyclopedia of Strategic Management. Palgrave.

Ashish Arora and Anand Nandkumar.”Insecure advantage? Entry and survival in the information security industry”. Strategic Management Journal. March 1012. 3(3):231-251.

Richard M. Burton, Dorthe Døjbak Håkonsson, Børge Obel, and Jørgen Lauridsen. “Strategy Implementation Requires the Right Executive Style: Evidence from Danish SMEs”. Long Range Planning. 45 (2012) 182-208, 2012.

Richard M. Burton and Børge Obel. “Organizational Design Rules: Existing and new rules for the future using a “What might be” logic”. in press 2012, Anna Grandori, editor, Handbook on Organizational Design.

Richard M. Burton and Timothy N. Carroll. “A contingency approach to designing project organizations: theory and tools”. The Engineering Project Organization Journal. (March-June 2012) 2, 5-14.

Richard M. Burton and Børge Obel. Saul I. Gass and Michael C. Fu (editors).”Organization”. The Encyclopedia of Operations Reserch and Management Science. Boston, Springer/Kluwer Academic Publishers, 1966476-481. Revised 1998. Revised 2012.

John Joseph and V. Gaba. “Corporate Structure and Performance Feedback: Aspirations and Adaptation in M-form Firms”. forthcoming. Organization Science. (Top ten SSRN download for Week of August 11 and August 24)

John Joseph and W. Ocasio. “2012 Architecture, Attention and Adaptation in the Multibusiness Firm: General Electric, 1951-2001”. Strategic Management Journal, Special Issue on Strategy and the Design of Organizational Architecture. 33 6: 633-660.

Will Mitchell, Louis Mulotte, and Pierre Dussauge. “Does collaboration induce spurious learning and overconfidence? Evidence from independent vs. collaborative entry in the global aerospace industry, 1944-2000”. forthcoming 2012. Strategic Management Journal.

David Ridley (with Adrian Towse, Eric Keuffel, and Hannah E. Kettler). “Drugs and Vaccines for Developing Countires”. P. Danzon and S. Nicholson, eds. Oxford Handbook of the Economics of the Biopharmaceutical Industry. 2012.


Charles Williams, Pao-Lien Chen and Rajshree Agarwal. “Growing Pains: The Effect of Pre-Entry Experience on Impediments to Growth”, forthcoming in Strategic Management Journal.

Aaron Chatterji and Kira Fabrizio. “How Do Product Users Influence Corporate Invention?” forthcoming in Organization Science.

Kira Fabrizio. “Institutions, Capabilities, and Contracts: Make or Buy in the Electric Utility Industry” forthcoming in Organization Science special issue on Organizational Economics and Organizational Capabilities.

Ashish Arora. Cash-out or flame out! Entrepreneurial opportunity cost and outcomes (with Anand Nandkumar), October 2011.57:1844-1860.Management Science.

Ashish Arora and Surendra Bagde in Krishnendu Ghoshdastidar (ed.). “Human capital and the Indian software”. Essays in Honour of Professor Anjan Mukhejee. Oxford Press. 2011.

Ashish Arora. Securing their future? Entry and survival in the information security industry (with Anand Nandkumar), forthcoming, Strategic Management Journal.

Will Mitchell and Annetta Fortune. “Unpacking firm exit at the firm and industry levels: The adaptation and selection of firm capabilities”.Strategic Journal.32 (October) 2011.

Will Mitchell, Abhirup Chakrabarti and Elena Vidal. Business transformation in heterogeneous environments: The impact of market development and firm strength on growth and retrenchment reconfiguration, Global Strategy Journal, 1: 6-26, 2011..

Will Mitchell and Annetta Fortune. Selection processes: Firms versus capabilities, forthcoming in Strategic Management Journal .

Will Mitchell, Gautam Ahuja, and Francisco Polidoro Jr. When the social structure overshadows competitive incentives: The effects of network embeddedness on joint venture dissolution,Academy of Management Journal, 54 (1), February 2011.

Arie Lewin and Henk Volberda. Co-Evolution Of Global Sourcing: The Need To Understand The Underlying Mechanisms Of Firm-Decisions To Offshore, International Business Review, Special Issue Co-evolutionary Research on Global Sourcing: Implications for Globalization, International Strategies, and Organizational Designs, 2011.

Arie Lewin, T. Hutzenreuter and S. Dresel. “Governance modes for offshoring activities: A comparison of US and German firms, International Business Review, special Issue Co-evolutionary Research on Global Sourcing: Implications for Globalization, International Strategies, and Organizational Designs, 2011.

Arie Lewin, S. Manning, and M. Schurch,“The Stability of Offshore Outsourcing Relationships: The Role of Relation Specificity and Client Control, Management International Review, 2011.

Arie Lewin, T. Hutzschenreuter, and S. Dresel, “The Growth of White-Collar Offshoring: Germany and the US from 1980 to 2006”, European Management Journal, 2011.

Arie Lewin. Trade in Services: The Global Sourcing of Business Services, In Ravi Ramamurti and Niron Hashai (Editors), The Future of Foreign Direct Investment and the Multinational Enterprise: Essays in Honour of Yair Aharoni, Emerald Publishers, UK, 2011.

Arie Lewin, S. Manning, J.E. Ricart, and M.S. Rosatti Rique. From Blind Spots to Hotspots: How Knowledge Services Clusters Develop and Attract Foreign Investment. Journal of International Management, 16, 4, 2011.

Arie Lewin, K. Bunyaratavej, J.P. Doh, E.D. Hahn, and S. Massini. Conceptual Issues in Services Offshoring Research:  A Multi-disciplinary Review”, Group & Organization Management, 2011.

Arie Lewin, T. Hutzschenreuter, and S. Dresel, Time to Success in Offshoring Business Processes: A Multi Level Analysis, Management International Review, 51: 65-92, 2011..

Arie Lewin, Silvia Massini and Carine Peeters. Micro Foundations of Internal and External Absorptive Capacity Routines. Organization Science,22: 81-98, 2011.

John E. Joseph, G. J. Leonardelli, C. L. Pickett, & Y. D. Hess. (2011). “Optimal distinctive theory in nested categorization contexts: Moving from dueling identities to a dual identity. To appear in R. M. Kramer, G. J. Leonardelli, & R. W. Livingston (Eds.), Social Cognition, Social Identity, and Intergroup Relations: A Festschrift in Honor of Marilynn Brewer. Psychology Press Festschrift series. New York, NY: Taylor & Francis.

Richard Burton and Børge Obel, “Computational Modeling for What-Is, What-Might-Be, and What-Should-Be Studies-And Triangulation”. Organization Science, Vol. 22, No. 5, September-October 2011, pp.1195-1202.

Richard M. Burton, Hyoung-Goo Kang, and Will Mitchell 2,3. “How Potential Knowledge Spillovers Between Venture Capitalists’ Entrepreneurial Projects Affect the Specialization and Diversification of VC Funds when VC Effort Has Value”. Strategic Entrepreneurship Journal, 5: 227-246 (2011).

Richard M. Burton and Mark E. Nissen. “Designing Organizations for Dynamic Fit: System Stability, Maneuverability, and Opportunity Loss”. IEEE TRANSACTIONS ON SYSTEMS, MAN, AND CYBERNETICS—PART A: SYSTEMS AND HUMANS 1, May 2011.


Arie Lewin, S. Massini, N. Perm-Ajchariyawong. “Role of Corporate-wide
Offshoring Strategy on Offshoring Drivers, Risks and Performance”, (Lead Article),Industry and Innovation, Special issue on Offshoring of Intangibles, 17: 337 – 371, 2010.

Richard M. Burton, Laura Cardinal, Scott Turner, Michael Fern. “Organizing for Product Development Across Technological Environments: Performance Trade-Offs and Priorities.” Organization Science, 2010.

Richard M. Burton, Dorthe Døjbak Håkonsson, and Børge Obel, “The effect of virtuality on the functioning of centralized versus decentralized structures—an information processing perspective.” Computational and Mathematical Organizational Theory, 2010, 16: 144-170.

David Ridley, Alfonso Calles Sanchez. Introduction of European priority review vouchers to encourage development of new medicines for neglected diseases. Lancet, 376: 922-27, 2010.

H. Sauermann and W.M. Cohen, “What makes them tick?—Employee Motives and Industrial Innovation,” Management Science, forthcoming.

Olga Hawn. Contributor to “Research Companion To Green International Management Studies: A Guide for Future Research, Collaboration, and Review Writing” (Edited by Deborah E. de Lange), Edward Elgar, 2010.

Greg Dees. “Creating large-scale change: Not ‘can’ but ‘how’,” McKinsey Quarterly Digital, April 2010

Ashish Arora and Alfonso Gambardella, Ideas for Rent: An Overview of Markets for Technology, Industrial and Corporate Change. 2010 19: 775-803

Ashish Arora, Chris Forman, and Jiwoong Yoon, Complementarities and technology diffusion,Information Economics and Policy. 2010. 22(3): 228-242.

Ashish Arora, Ramayya Krishnan, Rahul Telang, and Yubao Yang, An Empirical Analysis of Software Vendors’ Patch Release Behavior Impact of Vulnerability Disclosure, Information Systems Review, 2010, 21(1).

Ashish Arora, Chris Forman, Anand Nandkumar, and Rahul Telang, Competition and Patching of Security Vulnerabilities: An Empirical Analysis”,  Information Economics and Policy. 2010. 22 (2): 164-177.

Marco Huesch. Measuring variations in small areas. Journal of the American Medical Association (JAMA), 2010.

Will Mitchell and Laurence Capron. Getting your strategic resources the right way (with Laurence Capron), Harvard Business Review, July-August 2010.

Olga (Voronina) Hawn. Corporate Sustainability. In “Research Companion to Green International Management Studies”, Edward Elgar Publishing Ltd, forthcoming.

Nilanjana Dutt. Questions and Propositions. Vicarious learning in the presence of managerial bias. European Management Review, 2010.

Scott Rockart, Arie Lewin, Michael Lenox. “Does Interdependency Affect Industry Profitability: An Empirical Test”, Strategic Management Journal, February 2010.

Wes Cohen. ‘Fifty Years of Empirical Studies of Innovative Activity and Performance,’ in B.H. Hall and N. Rosenberg, eds., Handbook of Economics of Innovation, Amsterdam: North Holland Elsevier, forthcoming 2010.

Bennet Zelner and Guy Holburn. “Political capabilities, policy risk, and international investment strategy: Evidence from the global electric power industry”, Strategic Managment Journal, 2010.

Bennet Zelner and Witold Henisz, “The hidden risks in emerging markets”, Harvard Business Review, April 2010.

Will Mitchell and Anne Parmigiani. The hollow corporation revisited: Can governance mechanisms substitute for technical expertise in managing buyer-supplier relationships? European Management Review, 2010.


Olga (Voronina) Hawn. Questions and Propositions. Corporate Social Responsibility in the international context: When and does it matter? European Management Review 6, 206, 2009.

Marco Huesch. Managing care? Medicare managed care and patient use of cardiologists. Health Services Research, forthcoming

Richard M.Burton, Kent Jensen, Dorthe Hakonsson, and Borge Obel, Embedding Virtuality into Organizational Design Theory: Virtuality and Its Information Processing Consequences, in Anne Bollingtoft, et al, eds, New Approaches to Organization Design: Theory and Practice of Adaptive Enterprises, 2009, New York, Springer, p. 99 � 119.

Marco Huesch, Can Managed Care Plans Reliably Infer the Quality of Cardiac Surgeons’ Outcomes? American Journal of Managed Care, 2009.

Marco Huesch, Learning by Doing, Scale Effects, or Neither? Cardiac Surgeons after Residency. Health Services Research, 2009.

Sharon Belenzon, “Innovation in business groups”, Management Science, 2009.

Arie Lewin, Silvia Massini, and Carine Peeters, “Why are companies offshoring innovation? The emerging global race for talent”, Journal of International Business Studies, 2009..

Ashish Arora, Chris Forman, Matej Drev. “The extent of globalization of software innovation� Communications of the ACM Volume 52 , Issue 2 February 2009..

Ashish Arora, Ramayya Krishnan, Rahul Telang, Yubao Yang, “When do they patch? Disclosure policy and timing of software patches”, Information Systems Review, 2009.

Ashish Arora, Jiwoong Yoon and Bill Vogt, ” Is the division of labor limited by the extent of the market? Evidence from the chemical industry”  Industrial and Corporate Change, 2009.

Ashish Arora, Alfonso Gambardella, Laura Magazzini, Fabio Pammolli. “A Breath of Fresh Air? Firm Type, Scale, Scope and Selection Effects in Drug Development”, Management Science, 2009.

J. Gregory Dees, “Social Ventures as Learning Laboratories,” Innovations, special edition for the World Economic Forum Annual Meeting in Davos, 2009.

Will Mitchell,”Responding to rivals and complements: How market concentration shapes generational product innovation strategy”, Organization Science, 2009.

Paul Bloom and Ronnie Chatterji, “Scaling social entrepreneurial impact”, California Management Review, Spring 2009.

Bennet Zelner, Witold J. Henisz, & Guy L.F. Holburn. “Contentious Implementation and Retrenchment in Neoliberal Policy Reform: The Global Electric Power Industry, 1989 – 2001.” Administrative Science Quarterly, 2009 .

Will Mitchell and Kim-Chi Trinh, ” Talk, think, read (if absolutely necessary): The impact of social, personal, and documentary knowledge on task performance”, European Management Review, 2009.

Will Mitchell, Francisco Polidoro, Jr., and Gautam Ahuja, “Structural homophily or social asymmetry? The formation of alliances by poorly-embedded firms”, Strategic Management Journal, 2009

Kira Fabrizio,”Absorptive Capacity and Innovation: Evidence from Pharmaceutical and Biotechnology Firms,” Research Policy, 2009.

Ashish Arora, “The Chemical Industry “. In the New Palgrave: Dictionary of Economics, 2009.

Sharon Belenzon and Mark Schankerman, “The impact of private ownership, incentives, and local development objectives on university technology transfer performance”, Journal of Law and Economics, 2009.

Aaron Chatterji. “Spawned with a Silver Spoon?: Entrepreneurial Performance and Innovation in the Medical Device Industry.” Strategic Management Journal, 2009.

Aaron Chatterji, David Levine, and Michael Toffel. “How well do social ratings actually measure corporate social responsibility“, Journal of Economics and Management Strategy, 2009.

Aaron Chatterji and Siona Listokin, “A Comment on “Corporate Social Responsibility and Workers’ Rights”” Comparative Labor Law and Policy Journal , 2009.

Marco D. Huesch, “Comment on ‘The Diffusion of a Medical Innovation?'” Southern Economic Journal , 2009.

Jeffrey L. Moe, Henry G. Grabowski, and David B. Ridley. “FDA Review Vouchers.” New England Journal of Medicine , 2009.

David Ridley, Gabriel A. Picone, and Paul A. Zandbergen. Distance Decreases with Differentiation: Strategic Agglomeration by Retailers. International Journal of Industrial Organization, 2009.

Bennet Zelner. “Using Simulation to Interpret and Present Logit and Probit Results”. Strategic Management Journal, 2009.

Will Mitchell and Anne Parmigiani. Complementarity, capabilities, and the boundaries of the firm: The impact of intrafirm and interfirm expertise on concurrent sourcing of complementary components, Strategic Management Journal, 2009.

Henry G. Grabowski, David B. Ridley, and Jeffrey L. Moe. “Priority Review Vouchers to Encourage Innovation for Neglected Diseases.” In: K. Eggleston, ed. Prescribing Cultures and Pharmaceutical Policy in the Asia-Pacific . Brookings Institution Press, 2009.

Will Mitchell and Laurence Capron, “Selection capability: How capability gaps and internal social frictions affect internal and external strategic renewal”, Organization Science, 2009.

Barak D. Richman, Will Mitchell, and Kevin A. Schulman, Organizational Innovation in the Health Sector: Cost and Quality Solutions for Health Policy, Modern Healthcare, 2009.


John Joseph and Wiliam Ocasio. Rise and Fall, or Transformation? The Evolution of Strategic Planning at the General Electric Company, 1940-2006. Long Range Planning , 41: 248-272, 2008.

Scott Rockart, “System dynamics and strategy”, System Dynamics Review, Winter 2008.

Scott Rockart, “Competing in professional services: Strategy evaluation with model-supported comparative case studies”. In J. Strohhecker and J. Sehnert (eds.), System Dynamics fur die Finanzindustrie, Frankfurt: Franktfurt School Verlag, 2008.

Kira Fabrizio, “Commercializing the Laboratory: The Relationship Between Faculty Patenting and Publishing,” with Alberto DiMinin, Research Policy, 37(5), p. 914-931, June 2008.

Ashish Arora, “The Indian software industry and its prospects” In Sustaining India’s Growth Miracle, Bhagwati and Calomiris (eds), Columbia Business School Press, New York City, NY 2008.

Ashish Arora, “Patents and the market for technology”, (with Alfonso Gambardella and Andrea Fosfuri) in Keith Maskus (ed.) Intellectual Property Rights, Growth and Trade , 123-156, Elsevier Press, Amsterdam and Oxford, 2008.

Will Mitchell, Barak Richman, Krishna Udayakumar, and Kevin Schulman. ” A tale of two heart hospitals: How organizational innovation can reform health care, and (more important) why it hasn’t, Health Affairs, 27 (5), Special issue on health care delivery, September-October 2008.

Ashish Arora, ” The Software Industry”, (with Chris Forman and Jiwoong Yoon), in Jeffrey Macher and David Mowery (eds.), Innovation In Global Industries , National Academies Press, Washington DC, 2008.

Marco D. Huesch, Alok Madan, and Jeffrey J. Borckardt, “An Empirical Evaluation of Cusum Control Charts for Use in Robust Quality Control of Surgical and Binary Outcomes”, Quality Management in Health Care, 17 (3): 219-227, July-September 2008.

Ashish Arora, Rahul Telang, and Hao Xu, ” Optimal Policy for Software Vulnerability Disclosure,” Management Science, 54: 642 – 656, April 2008.

Ashish Arora, Ramayya Krishnan, Rahul Telang and Yubao Yang, “An Empirical Analysis of Software Vendors’ Patch Release Behavior: Impact of Vulnerability Disclosure”. Information Systems Review, 2008.

Aaron Chatterji, Kira Fabrizio, Will Mitchell, and Kevin Schulman. Physician-Industry cooperation in the medical device industry: Collaborative innovation or conflict of interest?, Health Affairs “Special Issue on Medical Technology”, 27, no. 6: 1532-1543, 2008.

Marco Huesch and Mariko Sakakibara, “Forgetting about Learning for a Moment”, Health Economics, 2008.

Marco Huesch. “Sunspot Equilibrium Do Matter: A Simpler Disproof of Mas-Colell”, Economics Bulletin, 2008, 5:19, 1-20.

Marco Huesch. “False Alarms in Surgical Quality Control” Journal for Healthcare Quality, 30: 1, 1,4-9, 2008.

Charles Williams. “Comparing evolutionary and contingency theory approaches to organizational structure.” In R. M. Burton et al. (eds.) Designing Organizations: 21st Century Approaches, Springer, pp. 41-56, 2008

Richard M. Burton, Dorthe Dojbak Hakonsson, Borge Obel, and Jorgen Lauridsen. “How failure to align organizational climate and leadership style affects performance.” Management Decision 46 (3): 406-432, 2008.

Richard M. Burton, Dorthe Dojbak Hakonsson, and Borge Obel. “Can organizational climate be managed? Making emotions rational”. Journal of Leadership Studies, 1 (4): 62-73, 2008.

Richard M. Burton, Dorthe Døjbak Håkonsson, Børge Obel, (2008): Rational Emotionality: Integrating Emotions into Psychological Climate. pp. 59-82. In Designing Organizations: 21st Century Approaches (Burton , Eriksen, Håkonsson, Knudsen, and Snow, eds.). Springer Verlag, Boston, 2008.

Richard M. Burton et al. (eds.) Designing Organizations: 21st Century Approaches, Springer, 2008.

Richard M. Burton. National Research Council study: Behavioral Modeling and Simulation: From Individuals to Societies, (2008) Greg L. Zacharias, Jean MacMillan and Susan B. Van Hemel, editors, The National Academies Press, Washington DC, 2008.

Aaron Chatterji and Barak Richman. “Understanding the “Corporate” in Corporate Social Responsibility“, Harvard Law and Policy Review, 2008.

Wes Cohen, Ashish Arora, and Marco Ceccagnoli, “R&D and the patent premium,” International Journal of Industrial Organization, 2008.

Wes Cohen and J.P. Walsh, “Real Impediments to Academic Biomedical Research”, Innovation Policy and the Economy (National Bureau of Economic Research), Number 8, 2008

Gregory Dees and Paul Bloom, “Cultivating Your Ecosystem”, Stanford Social Innovation Review, Winter 2008.

Will Mitchell, Sunil Mithas and Joni Jones, “Non-contractibility and asset specificity in reverse auctions: An empirical analysis”, Management Information Systems Quarterly, 2008.

David Ridley, ” Herding vs. Hotelling: Market Entry with Costly Information,” Journal of Economics and Management Strategy, 2008.


Ashish Arora. How local are IT outsourcing markets” (with Chris Forman), Journal of Management Information Systems. 2007. 24(2) 73-102.

Ashish Arora. “Open versus Closed firms and the Dynamics of Industry Evolution” (with Farasat Bokhari) Journal of Industrial Economics. 2007.  55(3) 499–527

Ashish Arora.  “Effects of information revelation policies under market structure uncertainty” (with Amy Greenwald, Karthik Kannan, and Ramaya Krishnan), Management Science, 2007. 53(8),1234-1248.

Wes Cohen , J.P. Walsh, C. Cho, “Where excludability matters: Material versus intellectual property in academic biomedical research”, Research Policy , 1184-1203, 2007

Wes Cohen and Henry Sauermann , “Schumpeter’s Prophecy and Individual Incentives as a Driver of Innovation”, Perspectives on the Economics of Innovation, 2007

Gregory Dees , “Taking Social Entrepreneurship Seriously: Uncertainty, Innovation, and Social Problem Solving”, Society , March/April 2007

Gregory Dees and Beth Battle Anderson , Social Enterprise Reporter,, Feb-07

Kira Fabrizio, “University Patenting and the Pace of Industrial Innovation”, Industrial and Corporate Change, 505-534, Aug-07

Kira Fabrizio , Catherine Wolfram, and Nancy Rose, “Has Restructuring Improved Operator Efficiency in the Electricity Industry?”, American Economic Review , 97 (4), Sep-07

Arie Lewin and Michael A. Witt, “Outward foreign direct investment as escape response to home country institutional constraints”, Journal of International Business Studies, July 2007

Arie Lewin, Michael Lenox, Scott F. Rockart , “Interdependency, Competition, and Industry Dynamics”, Management Science , 599 – 615, April 2007.

Will Mitchell , Carmen Weigelt, Jane Banaszak-Holl, Whitney Berta, Joel AC Baum, Akiko Kamimura, “Do corporate chains affect quality of care in nursing homes? The role of corporate standardization”, Health Care Management Review , 168-178, April-June 2007.

Will Mitchell , Glenn Hoetker, Anand Swaminathan, “Modularity and the impact of buyer-supplier relationships on the survival of suppliers”, Management Science , 178-191 , 2007

Will Mitchell and Janet Bercovitz, “When is more better? The impact of business scale and scope on long-term business survival, while controlling for profitability”, Strategic Management Journal , 61-79, 2007

Will Mitchel, with Constance E. Helfat, Sydney Finkelstein, Margaret A. Peteraf, Harbir Singh, David J. Teece and Sidney G. Winter Dynamic Capabilities: Understanding Strategic Change in Organizations. Blackwell Publishing, Malden, MA , 2007.

Will Mitchell and Jeffrey Barden, “Disentangling the influences of leaders’ relational embeddedness on inter-organizational exchange”, Academy of Management Journal , 50 (6), December 2007.

Will Mitchell and Kim-chi Trinh,  Organizational memory.. In International Encyclopedia of Organization Studies, Volume 3, edited by Stewart R. Clegg and James R. Bailey, pp. 1139-1142, Sage: Thousand Oaks , CA , August 2007.

David Ridley , “International Price Comparisons for Novel and Follow-On Drugs”, Value in Health , 510-511, 2007

David Ridley and Margaret K. Kyle, ” Would Greater Transparency and Uniformity of Health Care Prices Benefit Poor Patients?”, Health Affairs , 1384-1391, 2007

H. G. Grabowski, D. B. Ridley, K. A. Schulman, “Entry and Competition in Generic Biologics“, Managerial and Decision Economics, 2007

Charles Williams, “Transfer in context: Replication and adaptation in knowledge transfer”, Strategic Management Journal , 867-889, September 2007.


Ashish Arora.  “Does Information Security attack frequency increase with Vulnerability disclosure? – An Empirical Analysis”, (with Anand Nandkumar, Rahul Telang), Information System Frontiers2006, 8:350-362.

Ashish Arora. “Profiting from licensing: The role of patent protection and commercializationcapabilities”, (with Marco Ceccagnoli), Management Science, 52(2), 293-308, 2006.

Ashish Arora. Response to comments on “Intellectual property rights, firm boundaries and R&D inputs” (with Robert Merges), Industrial and Corporate Change 2006. 15(6) 214-219.

Ashish Arora. “Sell first, patch later: Impact of patching on software quality” (with Jon Caulkins and Rahul Telang), Management Science, 2006. 52(3), 465-471.

R. M. Burton, Eriksen, Hakonsson, Snow. editors, 2006, Organizational Design: The Evolving State-of-the-Art, New York, Springer.

R. M. Burton, G. DeSanctis, & B. Obel. 2006, Organizational Design: A Step By Step Approach, Cambridge, Cambridge University Press.

John Joseph and Wiliam Ocasio. Governance Channels at General Electric: 1950-2001. In. Burton, R. M.; Eriksen, B.; Haakonsson, D. D. , and Snow, C. C., (Eds.) Organizational Design: The Dynamics of Adaptation and Change . Springer Publishers, Information and Organization Design Series, Boston , MA, 2006.

T. N.Carroll, T.J. Gormley, V.J. Bilardo & R. M. Burton. 2006, “Designing A New Organization At NASA: An Organization Design Process Using Simulation.” Organization Science, in press

M. Lenox. 2006, “The Role of Private, Decentralized Institutions in Sustaining Industry Self-Regulation.” Organization Science.

C. Eesley,  & M. Lenox. 2006. “Firm Responses to Secondary Stakeholder Action.”  Strategic Management Journal. 27(8): 765-782.

G. Dushnitsky, & M. Lenox. 2006. “When Does Corporate Venture Capital Create Firm Value?”Journal of Business Venturing. 21(6): 753-772.

M. Lenox,  S. Rockart, & A. Lewin. 2006, “Interdependency, Competition, and the Distribution of Firm and Industry Profits.” Management Science, 52(5): 757-772.

W. Mitchell. 2006, Dynamic Inducements in R&D Investments: Market Signals and Network Locations (with Pasha Mahmood and Pek Hooi Soh), Academy of Management Journal.

W. Mitchell. 2006, A dual networks perspective on inter-organizational transfer of R&D capabilities: International joint ventures in the Chinese automotive industry (with Zheng Zhao and Jay Anand), Journal of Management Studies, 42 (1): 127-160.

W. Mitchell. 2006, Innovation Through Acquisition And Internal Development: A Quarter-Century Of Business Reconfiguration At Johnson & Johnson (with Samina Karim), Long Range Planning, Paper & Appendices

W. Mitchell. 2006, The bi-directional relationship between interfirm collaboration and business sales (with Kulwant Singh), Strategic Management Journal.

D. B. Ridley & K. Axelsen, “Impact of Medicaid Preferred Drug Lists on Therapeutic Adherence.” Pharmacoeconomics, 2006.

D. B. Ridley, H. G. Grabowski, & J. L. Moe. 2006, “Developing Drugs for Developing Countries.”Health Affairs. Vol. 25, No. 2.

D. B. Ridley, J. M. Kramer, H. H. Tilson, H G. Grabowski, & K A. Schulman. 2006, “Spending on Postapproval Drug Safety.” Health Affairs. Vol. 25, No. 2.

W. J. Henisz, &  and B. A. Zelner. 2006, “Interest Groups, Veto Points and Electricity Infrastructure Deployment.” International Organization, 60(1). 263 – 286.


Ashish Arora. “Pricing diagnostic information”, (With Andrea Fosfuri), Management Science,2005. 51(7): 1092-1100.

Ashish Arora. “The Impact of NSF Support for Basic Research in Economics”, (with Alfonso Gambardella), Annales d’Economie et de Statistique. 2005. 79/80 of 2005 (Juillet-Décembre). (special issue in honor of Zvi Grilliches)

Ashish Arora.  Economics of Software Vulnerability Disclosure” (with Rahul Telang), IEEE Security & Privacy, 2005, 3(1), 20-25.

G. Dushnitsky, & M. Lenox. 2005, “When Do Firms Undertake R&D by Investing in New Ventures?” Strategic Management Journal, 26(10): 947-965. Reprinted in S. Zahra (ed)  Frontiers of Entrepreneurship Research 2005: Proceedings of the Twenty-Fifth Annual Entrepreneurship Research Conference.  AMBCE: Wellesley, MA. 2005.

John Joseph and Wiliam Ocasio. An Attention Based Theory of Strategy Formulation: Linking Decision Making and Guided Evolution in Strategy Processes. In Doz, Y., Porac, J., and Szulanski, G. (Eds.) Advances in Strategic Management, 2005 .

John Joseph and Wiliam Ocasio. Cultural Adaptation and Institutional Change: The Evolution of Vocabularies of Corporate Governance, 1972-2002. Poetics, 33: 163-178, 2005.

A. King,  M. Lenox, & Ann Terlaak. 2005, “The Strategic Use of Decentralized Institutions: Exploring Certification with ISO 14001 Management Standard.” Academy of Management Journal, 2005, 48(6): 1091-1106.

G. Dushnitsky, & M. Lenox. 2005. “When Do Incumbents Learn from Entrepreneurial Ventures? Corporate Venture Capital and Incumbent Firm Innovation Rates.” Research Policy. 2005, 34(5): 615-639.

W. Mitchell. 2005, The determinants of inter-partner learning in alliances: An empirical study in e-commerce (with Miguel Rivera and Pierre Dussauge), 2005, In “Strategic Capabilities and Knowledge Transfer Within and Between Organizations: New Perspectives from Acquisitions, Networks, Learning and Evolution” (eds. Arturo Capasso, Giambattista Dagnino, Andrea Lanza).

W. Mitchell. 2005, Technology in trucking (with Anuradha Nagarajan, Enrique Canessa , Maciek Nowak, and C. C. White III). In “Trucking in the age of information” (Dale Belman, Chelsea White III, ed.), Ashgate Publishing Ltd. Burlington VT, pp. 147-182.

W. Mitchell. 2005, A corporate level perspective on acquisitions and integration (with Abhirup Chakrabarti), Advances in Mergers and Acquisitions, Volume 4 (Cary L. Cooper and Sydney Finkelstein, eds.), Elsevier, pp. 1-22.

W. Mitchell. 2005, Using acquisitions to access multinational diversity: Thinking beyond the domestic versus cross-border M&A comparison (with Laurence Capron and Jay Anand). Industrial and Corporate Change.

D B. Ridley. 2005,  “Price Differentiation and Transparency in the Global Pharmaceutical Marketplace.” Pharmacoeconomics. Vol. 23, No. 7: 651-658.

W. J. Henisz,  B. A. Zelner,  & M. F. Guillén, 2005. “The Worldwide Diffusion of Market-Oriented Infrastructure Reform, 1977– 1999.” American Sociological Review, 70(6). 871 – 897. (Lead article.)

W. J. Henisz,& B. A. Zelner.  2005, “Legitimacy, Interest Group Pressures and Change in Emergent Institutions: The Case of Foreign Investors and Host Country Governments.” Academyof Management Review, 2005, 30(2). 361 – 382.

Kira Fabrizio and David Mowery. “Defense-Related R&D and the Growth of the Postwar Information Technology Industrial Complex in the United States ,” Revue D’Economie Industrielle, 112, p. 27-44, December 2005


Ashish Arora. “Measuring the Risk-Based Value of IT Security Solutions” (with Dennis Hall, Ariel Pinto, Dwayne Ramsey and Rahul Telang), IEEE IT Professional 2004.  6(6): 35-42.

Ashish Arora. “Intellectual property rights, firm boundaries and R&D inputs”, (with Robert Merges),Industrial and Corporate Change, 2004. 13 (3): 451-475.

R. M. Burton & B. Obel. (editors),  2004, Strategic Organizational Diagnosis and Design: The Dynamics of Fit, with OrgCon Software, Kluwer Academic Publishers, Boston, Third edition.

R.M. Burton, J. Lauridsen, & B. Obel. Spring 2004, “How Organizational Climate and Strategy Fit, as Seen by the CEO, Affects Performance,” Human Resource Management, Volume 43, Issue 1, pp.67-82

M. Lenox, & A. King.  2004, “Prospects for Developing Absorptive Capacity through Internal Information Provision.” Strategic Management Journal. 2004, 25(4): 331-345.

A.Y. Lewin & H. W. Volberda. 2004. “Beyond Adaptation vs. Selection: A Co-evolution Framework for Research on Strategy and New Organizational Forms”, in Arie Y. Lewin and Henk W. Volberda (eds.) Mobilizing the Self-Renewing Organization: The Coevolution Advantage, Palgrave Macmilan.

A.Y. Lewin & M. Koza. (Eds), 2004, “Strategic Alliances and Firm Adaptation: A Coevolution Perspective”, Palgrave Macmilan,

A.Y. Lewin , C.B. Weigelt, and J.B. Emery. 2004, “Adaptation and Selection in Strategy and Change: Perspectives on Strategic Change in Organizations” in M.S. Poole and Andrew H. Van de Ven (ed.),  Handbook of Organizational Change and Innovation, Oxford. pp

A.Y. Lewin & J. Kim. 2004, “The Nation-state and Culture as Influences on Organizational Change and Innovation”, in M.S. Poole (ed.), Handbook of Oxford University Press, Oxford. Pp

W. Mitchell. 2004, Transferring Collective Knowledge: Teaching and Learning in the Chinese Auto Industry (with Jane Zhao and Jay Anand). Strategic Organization!

W. Mitchell. 2004, Where Firms Change: Internal Development versus External Capability Sourcing In the Global Telecommunications Industry (with Laurence Capron), European Management Review.

W. Mitchell, 2004, Dynamic inducements in R&D investments: Market signals and network locations (with Pasha Mahmood and Pek Hooi Soh), Academy of Management Journal.

W. Mitchell.  2004, Two faces: Effects of business groups on innovation in emerging economies (with Ishtiaq P. Mahmood), Management Science, 50 (10), 1348-1365, 2004.

W. Mitchell. 2004, Focusing firm evolution: The impact of information infrastructure on market entry by U.S. telecommunications companies, 1984-1998 (with Charles Williams). Management Science, 50 (11), 1561-1575.

W. Mitchell. 2004, Asymmetric performance: The market share impact of scale and link alliances in the global auto industry (with Pierre Dussauge and Bernard Garrette), Strategic Management Journal,.

W. Mitchell. 2004, Adaptation of a focused factory to new objectives: The influence of manufacturing requirements and capabilities” (with Ashok Mukherjee and Brian Talbot), in Joel A.C. Baum and Anita M. McGahan (eds.) Business Strategy over the Industry Life Cycle – Advances in Strategic Management , Volume 21, 161-198, Oxford UK: Elsevier/JAI Press.

W. Mitchell. 2004, Commentary on “Relational Assets, Networks, and International Business Activity“, by John H. Dunning. Advances in International Management, Volume 15 (Managing Multinationals in a Knowledge Economy: Economics, Culture, and Human Resources, Joseph C. Cheng & Michael A. Hitt, eds.): pp. 57-66.

D B. Ridley & K A. Schulman. 2004,“Differential Pricing of Pharmaceuticals in the Internet Age.”Journal of Ambulatory Care Management. Vol. 27, No. 3: 210-214.

B R. Shah, S. D. Reed, J. Francis, D. B. Ridley, & K. A. Schulman. 2004, “The Cost of Inefficiency: A Look at US Hospital Overhead Costs from 1985-1997” Journal of Health Care Finance. Vol. 30: 1-9.

W. J. Henisz,. & B. A. Zelner.  2004, “Explicating Political Hazards: A Transaction Cost Politics Approach.” Industrial and Corporate Change, 2004, 13(6), 901 – 915.


Ashish Arora. “Working through the patent problem” (with John Walsh and Wes Cohen), Science, 2003.  299(5609): 1021-1021, Feb 14.

Ashish Arora. “Licensing in the presence of competing technologies”, (with Andrea Fosfuri), Journal of Economic Behavior and Organization, 2003. 52(2): 277-295.

R.M. Burton. 2003, “Computational Laboratories for Organization Science: Questions, Validity and Docking,” Computational and Mathematical Organization Theory, Volume 9, Issue 1, pp. 91-108.

M. Lenox & J. Nash. 2003. “Industry Self-Regulation and Adverse Selection: A Comparison Across Four Trade Association Programs.” Business Strategy and Environment, 12(6): 343-356.

A.Y. Lewin & Henk Volberda. 2003, “Co-evolutionary Dynamics within and Between Firms: From Evolution to Co-evolution”, Journal of Management Studies, 40, 8, pp 2111- 2136

A.Y. Lewin & S. Massini. 2003, “Knowledge Creation and Organizational Capabilities of Innovating and Imitating Firms” in H. Tsoukas and N. Mylonopoulos (eds.) Organizations as Knowledge Systems, Palgrave, pp

A.Y. Lewin & H. Volberda. 2003, “The Future of Organization Theory: Beyond the Selection – Adaptation Debate”, In H. Tsoukas, George D. Mavros and Christian Knudsen (Eds), The Oxford Handbook of Organization Theory, Oxford University Press, pp

A.Y. Lewin,  S. Massini, W. Ruigrok & T. Numagami. 2003, “Convergence and Divergence of Organizing: The Moderating Effect of Nation State”, In Andrew Pettigrew et al, (Eds), Innovating Forms of Organizing, Sage Publications, pp

A. Y. Lewin & H.Volberda. 2003, “Co-evolutionary Dynamics within and Between Firms From Evolution to Co-evolution”, Journal of Management Studies, 40, 8, pp 2111- 2136.

A.Y. Lewin & S. Massini. 2003, “Knowledge Creation and Organizational Capabilities of Innovating and Imitating Firms”, in H. Tsoukas and N. Mylonopoulos (eds.), Organizations as Knowledge Systems, Palgrave,

A.Y. Lewin and H. Volberda. 2003,”The Future of Organization Theory: Beyond the Selection – Adaptation Debate”, In H. Tsoukas, George D. Mavros and Christian Knudsen (Eds), The Oxford Handbook of Organization Theory, Oxford University Press.

A.Y. Lewin, S. Massini, W. Ruigrok & T. Numagami. 2003, “Convergence and Divergence of Organizing: The Moderating Effect of Nation State”, In Andrew Pettigrew et al, (Eds), 2003, Innovating Forms of Organizing, Sage Publications.

A.Y. Lewin, M. Silvia, & G. R. Henrich. 2003,”Innovators and Imitators: Organizational Reference Groups and Adoption of Organizational Routines”, (Under review in Research Policy).

W. Mitchell. 2003, Who buys what? How integration capability affects acquisition incidence and target choice (with Myles Shaver, New York University), Strategic Organization!, Volume 1 (2): 171-202.

W. Mitchell. 2003, Foreign Direct Investment and Host Country Productivity: The American Automotive Component Industry in the 1980s (with Wilbur Chung and Bernard Yeung). Journal of International Business Studies.

W. Mitchell. 2003, Editorial comment: How Do Firms Change in the Face of Constraints to Change? An Agenda for Research on Strategic Organization (with Anita McGahan), to be published in Strategic Organization!, Volume 1 (2): 231-240.

W. Mitchell. 2003, Path-dependent and path-breaking change: Reconfiguring business resources following acquisitions in the U.S. medical sector, 1978-1995 (with Samina Karim), In The Blackwell/Strategic Management Society Handbook of Organizational Capabilities: Emergence, Development and Change, 218-252.

C. Williams. November 2004, “Focusing firm evolution: The impact of information infrastructure on market entry by U.S. telecommunications firms, 1984-1998,” (with Will Mitchell) Management Science, Volume 50, number 11.

C. Williams. October 2003, “Book Review: Sticky Knowledge: Barriers to Knowing in the Firm,” (with Joseph T. Mahoney) Academy of Management Review, Volume 28, number 4.

W. J. Henisz, & B. A. Zelner. 2003, “The Strategic Organization of Political Risks and Opportunities.” Strategic Organization, 1(4). pp. 451- 460.


Ashish Arora. “Markets for Technology in the Knowledge Economy”, (With Andrea Fosfuri, Alfonso Gambardella), International Social Science Journal, 2002. 54 (1).

Ashish Arora. “The Software Industry and India’s Economic Development”, (With Suma Athreye),Information Economics and Policy, 2002. 14(2): 253-273.

J. Kim & R.M. Burton. December 2002, “The Effect of Task Uncertainty and Decentralization on Project Team Performance,” Computational and Mathematical Organization Theory, Volume 8, Issue 4, pp.365-384.

R.M. Burton. J. Lauridsen, & B. Obel, November 2002, “Return on Assets Loss from Situational and Contingency Misfits, Management Science, Volume 48, No. 11, pp. 1461-1485.

M. Feldman, I, Feller, J. Bercowitz & R. M. Burton. January 2002, “Equity and the Technology Transfer Strategies of American Research Universities,” Management Science, Vol. 48, No. 1, pp. 105-121.

I. Feller, M. Feldman, J. Bercowitz, & R.M. Burton. 2002, The State of Practice of University Technology Transfer Activities, “ Research Management Review, 12(2).

S. Turner, R. A. Bettis, & R. M. Burton. 2002, “Exploring Depth versus Breadth in Knowledge Management Strategies, “ Computational and Mathematical Organization, Vol.8, 49-73.

C.P. Long, R. M. Burton, & L.B. Cardinal. 2002, “Three Controls are Better Than One: A Computational Model of Complex Control Systems,” Computational and Mathematical Organization,Vol.8, 197-220.

W.M. Cohen, A. Goto, A. Nagata, R.R. Nelson & J.P. Walsh. 2002, “R&D Spillovers, Patents and the Incentive to Innovate in Japan and the United States,” Research Policy.

W.M. Cohen, R.R. Nelson & J.P. Walsh. January 2002, “Links and Impacts: The Influence of Public Research on Industrial R&D,” Management Science.

A. King, & M. Lenox. 2002, “Exploring the Locus of Profitable Pollution Reduction.” Management Science. 2002, 48(2): 289-299.

M. Lenox.  2002, “Organizational Design, Information Transfer, and the Acquisition of Rent-Producing Resources.” Computation and Mathematical Organization Theory, 8 (2): 113-131.

A.Y. Lewin & M. Koza. 2002, “Co-evolutionary Processes of Strategic Adaptation and Change: The Promise and the Challenge of Empirical Research”, In Lewin Arie Y. and Mitchell Koza (Eds) “Multi Level of Analyses and Coevolution”, Special Issue of Organization Studies, April. b.

S. Massini, A.Y. Lewin, A. Pettigrew & T. Numagami. 2002 ”The Evolution of Organizational Routines among Large Western and Japanese Firms”, Research Policy, 31, 1333 – 1348.

A.Y. Lewin, T. Sakano, & N. Yamada. 2002, “Options for Strategic Change: Exploration or Exploitation in Marketing as Sources for New Wealth Creation,” in Hendrik Meyer-Ohle and Jochen Legewie (Eds.), Corporate Strategies for Southeast Asia After the Crisis: A Comparison of Multinational Firms from Japan to Europe., Macmillian Press, London.

A.Y. Lewin & M. P. Koza. 2002, “Managing Partnerships and Strategic Alliances: Raising the Odds of Success,” April, European Management Journal.

W. Mitchell. 2002, The market share impact of inter-partner learning in alliances: Evidence from the global auto industry (with Pierre Dussauge and Bernard Garrette). In Cooperative Strategies and Alliances: What We Know 15 Years Later (Peter Lorange and Farok Contractor, editors), pp. 707-728.

W. Mitchell. 2002, Opportunity and Constraint: Chain-to-Component Transfer Learning in Multiunit Chains of U.S. Nursing Homes, 1991-1997 (with Joel A.C. Baum, Jane Banaszak-Holl, Whitney B. Berta, Dilys Bowman). In Nick Bontis and Chun Wei Choo (eds.), Strategic Management of Intellectual Capital and Organizational Knowledge. Oxford University Press.

W. Mitchell. 2002, Formation et gouvernance des alliances entre concurrents : une approche par les ressources (avec Pierre Dussauge et Bernard Garrette). Dans Perspectives en Management Stratégique. Paris

W. Mitchell. 2002, The impact of internet usage in the U.S. trucking industry (with Anu Nagarajan, Enrique Canessa, and Chip White). Brookings Institute Internet Project Conference, Washington, DC, September 26, 2000. Published by the Brookings Press.

W. Mitchell. September 2002, Alliances with Competitors: How to Combine and Protect Key Resources (with Pierre Dussauge and Bernard Garrette), Journal of Creativity and Innovation Management, Special Issue on Managing Knowledge for Innovation, 11 (3).

W. Mitchell. 2002, What Role Do Acquisitions Play In Asian Firms’ Global Strategies? Evidence From The Medical Sector, 1978-1995 (with J. Myles Shaver), Journal of Asia Pacific Management

W. Mitchell, 2002,The market share impact of inter-partner learning in alliances: Evidence from the global auto industry (with Pierre Dussauge and Bernard Garrette). In Cooperative Strategies and Alliances: What We Know 15 Years Later (Peter Lorange and Farok Contractor, editors), pp.707-728.

W. Mitchell. June-August 2002, The rise of human service chains: Antecedents to acquisitions and their effects on the quality of care in U.S. nursing homes (with Jane Banaszak-Holl, Whitney Berta, Joel Baum, and Dilys Bowman), Managerial and Decision Economics, volume 23 (nos. 4 & 5), 261-282


Ashish Arora. “The Indian Software Services Industry: Structure and Prospects”, (with V. S. Arunachalam, Jai Asundi and Ronald Fernandes), Research Policy, 2001. 30(8), 1267-1288.

Ashish Arora. “Markets for technology and corporate strategy”, (with Alfonso Gambardella and Andrea Fosfuri), Industrial and Corporate Change 2001.  10(2): 419-451.  (reprinted inEconomics, Law and Intellectual Property Seeking Strategies for Research and Teaching in a Developing Field, Ove Granstrand (Ed.) 2004, Springer.)

J. Bercowitz, M. Feldman, I, Feller & R. M. Burton. 2001, “Organizational Structure as a Determinant of Academic Patent and Licensing Behavior: An Exploratory Study of Duke, John Hopkins, and Pennsylvania State Universities,” Journal of Technology Transfer, 26:21-35.

W.M. Cohen & F. Malerba. “Is the Tendency to Variation a Chief Cause of Progress?” Journal of Industrial and Corporate Change, Vol. 10, pp. 587-608.

W.M. Cohen, F. Malerba, D. Mowery & S. Winter. August, 2001, “Introduction to the Special Issue in Honor of Richard Nelson,” Journal of Industrial and Corporate Change, Vol. 10, pp. 549-559.

W.M. Cohen & J.P. Walsh. 2001, “Public Research, Patents and Implications for Industrial R&D in the Drug, Biotechnology, Semiconductor and Computer Industries,” in C.W. Wessner, ed.,Capitalizing on New Needs and New Opportunities: Government-Industry Partnerships in Biotechnology and Information Technologies, Washington, D.C.: National Academy Press.

A. King, & M. Lenox. 2001, “Lean and Green? Exploring the Spillovers from Lean Production to Environmental Performance.” Production and Operations Management, 10(3): 244-256.

A. King,  & M.  Lenox. 2001, “Does it Really Pay to Be Green? An Empirical Study of Firm Environmental and Financial Performance.” Journal of Industrial Ecology, 5(1): 105-116.

W. Mitchell. 2001, Asset divestiture following horizontal acquisitions: A dynamic view (with Laurence Capron and Anand Swaminathan), Strategic Management Journal, 22 (9), 817-844.

W. Mitchell. 2001, E-commerce and competitive change in the trucking industry (with Anuradha Nagarajan, Enrique Canessa, and C. C. White III). In Tracking a Transformation: E-commerce and the Terms of Competition in Industries, 332-354, BRIE-IGCC E-conomy Project, Brookings Institution Press, Washington, DC.

W. J. Henisz,  & B. A. Zelner. 2001, “The Institutional Environment for Telecommunications Investment.” Journal of Economics & Management Strategy, 10(1). pp.123 – 148.


Ashish Arora. IBIZA: E-market Infrastructure for Custom-built Information Products”, (with Greg Cooper, Ramayya Krishnan, and Rema Padman), Information System Frontiers,2000. 2(1): 65-84.

Ashish Arora.  “Exploring the internalization rationale for international investment: Wholly owned subsidiary versus technology licensing in the worldwide chemical industry”, (with Andrea Fosfuri),Journal of International Business Studies.  2000. 31(4) 555-572.

Ashish Arora. “Measuring the readiness cost of ‘one-size-fits-all’ public policy” (with Joe Besselman and Pat Larkey), Acquisition Review Quarterly, 2000. 7(4): 295-310.

Ashish Arora. “The Market for Technology in the Chemical Industry: Causes and Consequences”, (with Andrea Fosfuri), Revue d’Economie Industrielle, 2000. 92, 317-334. (Reprinted in The Economics of Contracts, 2002, Eric Brousseau and Jean-Michael Glachant (eds), Cambridge University Press, Cambridge UK.)

Ashish Arora. “Specialized Technology Suppliers, International Spillovers and Investment: Evidence from the Chemical Industry”, (with Alfonso Gambardella, and Andrea Fosfuri), Journal of Development Economics, 2000. 65(1): 31-54.

T. Carroll & R. M. Burton. 2000, “Exploring “Complex” Organizational Designs,” Computational and Mathematical Organization Theory, Vol. 6, No. 4, pp. 319-337.

S. Wong & R. M. Burton. 2000, “Virtual Teams: What are their Characteristics and Impact on Team Performance?” Computational and Mathematical Organizational Theory, Vol.6, No.4, pp. 339-360.

D. Holbrook, W.M. Cohen. D. Hounshell & S. Klepper, October-November, 2000 “The Nature, Sources and Consequences of Firm Differences in the Early Semiconductor Industry,”  Strategic Management Journal.

G. Sinclair, S. Klepper & W.M. Cohen January 2000, “What’s Experience Got to do With It?–  Sources of Cost Reduction in a Large Specialty Chemicals Producer,”  Management Science, pp. 28-45.

A. King, & M. Lenox. 2000, “Industry Self-Regulation Without Sanctions: The Chemical Industry’s Responsible Care Program.” Academy of Management Journal, 43(4): 698-716.

M. Lenox,  A. King, & J. Ehrenfeld. 2000, “An Assessment of Design-for-Environment Practices in Leading U.S. Electronics Firms.” Interfaces, 30(3): 83-94.

W. Mitchell. 2000, The Consequences of Chain Acquisitions of U.S. Nursing Homes (with W.B. Berta, J. Banaszak-Holl, D. Bowman, and J.A.C Baum), Long-Term Care Interface 1(5): 37-41

W. Mitchell. 2000, Reconfiguring business resources following acquisitions in the U.S. medical sector, 1978-1995 (with Samina Karim), Strategic Management Journal, Special Issue on the Evolution of Business Capabilities, 21 (10-11), 1061-1081.

W. Mitchell. 2000, Learning from competing partners: Outcomes and durations of scale and link alliances in Europe, North America, and Asia (with Pierre Dussauge and Bernard Garrette), Strategic Management Journal, 21 (2), 99-126.

W. Mitchell. 2000, The impact of new manufacturing requirements on production line productivity and quality at a focused factory (with Ashok Mukherjee and Brian Talbot). Journal of Operations Management, 18 (2), 139-168, The Midwest Decision Sciences Institute (DSI) recognized this paper with the “Stan Hardy Award” for the best Operations Management paper published in the year 2000.

W. Mitchell. 2000, The Business Organisation In Economics, Sociology, And Strategy. In:Conversations on the Economics and Sociology of Strategic Management, Advances in Strategic Management, Volume 17 (Joel A. C. Baum and Frank Dobbin, eds.), pp. 375-384.

W. Mitchell. 2000, Recreating the company: Four contexts for change (with Laurence Capron and Joanne Oxley), In Financial Times Mastering Strategy: The Complete MBA Companion In Strategy, pp. 384-390, Pearson Education Limited, London.

W. Mitchell. 2000, Alliances: Achieving long-term value and short-term goals, In Financial Times Mastering Strategy: The Complete MBA Companion In Strategy, pp. 351-356, Pearson Education Limited, London.