Scholarly Contribution and Impact (as of July 2017)

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Papers in Academic Journals and Scholarly Books

The Role of Relative Performance in Inter-Firm Mobility of Inventors,” Research Policy 46 (6) 2017: 1162-1174 (with F. DiLorenzo)

“The Influence of Ethnic Community Knowledge on Indian Inventor Innovativeness” Organization Science 26(1), 2015: 198–217 (with A. Phene and S. Li)

“The Direction of Firm Innovation: The Contrasting Roles of Strategic Alliances and IndividualScientific Collaborations” Research Policy 44 (8) 2015: 1473-1487 (with J. Hohberger)

“When Do Acquisitions Facilitate Technological Exploration and Exploitation?” Journal of Management 38 (3) 2012:753-783 (with A. Phene &  S. Tallman)

“A Behavioral Perspective on Inventors’ Mobility: The Case of Pharmaceutical Industry" Academy of Management Best Paper Proceedings August 2012 (with F. DiLorenzo)

“Managing Knowledge Within and Outside the MNC: A Managerial Perspective” In M. Andersson et. al. (eds.), Innovation and Growth: From R&D Strategies of Innovating Firms to Economy-wide Technological Change. Oxford University Press, 2012 (with A. Phene)

“Individual Scientific Collaborations and Firm-Level Innovation” Industrial and Corporate Change 20 (6) 2011: 1571-1599 (with J. Hoheberger & P. Parada)

“Informal Knowledge and Innovation” In M. Easterby-Smith and M. Lyles (eds.) Handbook of Organizational Learning and Knowledge. John Wiley and Sons, 2011 (with J. Hoheberger & P. Parada)

“Innovation in Multinational Subsidiaries:  The Role of Knowledge Assimilation and Subsidiary Capabilities” Journal of International Business Studies, 39 (5) 2008: 901-919 (with A. Phene)

“Individual Collaborations, Strategic Alliances and Innovation: Insights from the Biotechnology Industry”  In Scott Shane (ed.), Handbook of  Technology and Innovation Management, John Wiley and Sons, 2008 (with J. Hoheberger & P. Parada)

“Subsidiaries and Knowledge Creation: Influence of the MNC and Host Country on Innovation” Strategic Management Journal, 25(8-9)  2004: 847-864 (with A. Phene)

“Conocimiento y Competitividad de las Multinacionales”(Knowledge and Competitiveness in the MNC) Estudios Empresariales  114 (1), 2004

“Overcoming Local Search Through Alliances and Mobility” Management Science 49 (6) 2003: 751-766 (with L. Rosenkopf)

“Learning-by-Hiring: When is Mobility More Likely to Facilitate Inter-Firm Knowledge Transfer?” Management Science,  49(4), 2003: 351 – 365 (with J. Song and G. Wu)

“How Do Firms Evolve?: The Patterns of Technological Evolution of Semiconductor Subsidiaries” International Business Review 12 (3), 2003: 349-367 (with A. Phene)

“Innovation and Knowledge Management: Scanning, Sourcing and Integration” In M. Easterby-Smith and M. Lyles (eds.) The Blackwell Handbook of Organizational Learning and Knowledge Management Blackwell, 2003 (with R. Grant and A. Phene)

“Startup Size and the Mechanisms of External Learning: Increasing Opportunity and Decreasing  Ability?” Research Policy 32 (2), 2003: 301-315. (with G. Dokko & L. Rosenkopf)

“Are Firms Superior to Alliances and Markets? An Empirical Test of Cross-Border Knowledge Building” Organization Science, 13(2) 2002:147 - 161 (with J. Song & R. Grant)

“Knowledge Acquisition Through Alliances: Opportunities and Challenges” The Blackwell Handbook of Cross-Cultural Management, 2002: 66-77, Blackwell (with R. Grant and A. Phene)

“Mobility of Engineers and Cross-Border Knowledge Building: The Technological Catching-up Case of Korean and Taiwanese Semiconductor Firms” in H. Chesbrough and R. Burgelman (eds.) Research in Technology and Innovation Management, 7, 2001:57-84 (with J. Song and G. Wu)

“Who’s Building on Whom? Overcoming Localization Biases Through Alliances and Mobility” Academy of Management Best Paper Proceedings, Washington DC, August 2001 (with L. Rosenkopf)

“Knowledge Transfer Through Alliances: The Role of Culture” In Karen Newman and Marty Gannon (eds.) Handbook of Cross-Cultural Management 2000 Blackwell Press.

“Knowledge and the Multinational Enterprise," In C. Millar, R.Grant, and C. Choi (eds.) International Business: Emerging Issues and Emerging Markets 2000 Macmillan, London (with R. Grant and J. Song)

“Localization of Knowledge and the Mobility of  Engineers in Regional Networks” Management Science, 45 (7) 1999: 905-917 (with B. Kogut)

“Semiconductor Start-ups and the Exploration of New Technological Territory” In Zoltan Acs (ed.)  Are Small Firms Important? 1999 Kluwer Academic Publishers Netherlands.

“The Role of the International Corporations in Cross Border Knowledge Transfer” In M. Hitt and J. Ricarrd’s (eds.) Managing Strategically in an Interconnected World 1999 John Wiley and Sons, Sussex, England.

“The Exploration of Technological Diversity and Geographic Localization in Innovation: Start-up Firms in the Semiconductor Industry” Small Business Economics, 9(1) 1997:21-31 (with B. Kogut)

Reprinted in Bernard Yeung and Joanne Oxley (eds.), Structural Change, Industrial Location and Competitiveness, Kluwer Academic Publishing, The Netherlands.

Reprinted in Zoltan Acs (ed.), Small and Medium-Sized Enterprises in the Global Economy, University of Michigan Press, Ann Arbor, MI.

“Knowledge Sourcing by Foreign Multinationals: Patent Citation Analysis in the U.S. Semiconductor Industry” Strategic Management Journal, 17(2) 1996:155-165

Reprinted in John Cantwell (ed.), Foreign Direct Investment and Technological Change, Globalization of the World Economy Series (editor Mark Casson), Edward Elgar Publishing, Cheltenham, UK.

“Learning and Contributing: Patent Citation Analysis of Foreign Multinationals in the U.S. Semiconductor Industry” Academy of Management Best Paper Proceedings 1996: 363-376

Papers Under Review

“Aspirations, Performance, and Changes in Partnering Behavior: Evidence from the Pharmaceutical Industry 1990 - 2006” R&R Research Policy (with F. Di Lorenzo)

“Geographic Diversity of Innovation Inputs and Innovation Quality” R&R Global Strategy Journal (with Jan Hohberger)