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Volume 29, issue 5, 2020

Innovation, governance, and capabilities: implications for competition policy pp. 1075-1099 Downloads
David J Teece
A perspective on the evolution of evolutionary economics pp. 1101-1118 Downloads
Richard R Nelson
Service firm performance and foreign ownership pp. 1119-1143 Downloads
Jieun Choi
Academic spill-ins or spill-outs? Examining knowledge spillovers of university patents pp. 1145-1165 Downloads
Solon Moreira and Thiago J Soares
Local spillovers from high-growth businesses: do gazelles cannibalize or promote employment growth? pp. 1167-1192 Downloads
Daniel Crown, Timothy Wojan and Anil Rupasingha
Green windows of opportunity: latecomer development in the age of transformation toward sustainability pp. 1193-1209 Downloads
Rasmus Lema, Xiaolan Fu and Roberta Rabellotti
How many firms benefit from a window of opportunity? Knowledge spillovers, industry characteristics, and catching up in the Chinese biomass power plant industry pp. 1211-1232 Downloads
Teis Hansen and Ulrich Elmer Hansen
From catching up to industrial leadership: towards an integrated market-technology perspective. An application of semantic patent-to-patent similarity in the wind and EV sector pp. 1233-1255 Downloads
Daniel S Hain, Roman Jurowetzki, Primoz Konda and Lars Oehler
Catch-up dynamics in early industry lifecycle stages—a typology and comparative case studies in four clean-tech industries pp. 1257-1275 Downloads
Christian Binz, Jorrit Gosens, Xiao-Shan Yap and Zhen Yu
Catching up through green windows of opportunity in an era of technological transformation: Empirical evidence from the Chinese wind energy sector pp. 1277-1295 Downloads
Yixin Dai, Stine Haakonsson and Lars Oehler
Demand-led catch-up: a history-friendly model of latecomer development in the global green economy pp. 1297-1318 Downloads
Fabio Landini, Rasmus Lema and Franco Malerba
China’s leadership in the hydropower sector: identifying green windows of opportunity for technological catch-up pp. 1319-1343 Downloads
Yuan Zhou, Zhongzhen Miao and Frauke Urban

Volume 29, issue 4, 2020

Pulled or pushed? The spatial diffusion of wind energy between local demand and supply (Constructing regional advantage: platform policies based on related variety and differentiated knowledge bases) pp. 893-916 Downloads
Marcel Bednarz and Tom Broekel
Taste for science, academic boundary spanning, and inventive performance of scientists and engineers in industry (Industry or academia, basic or applied? Career choices and earnings trajectories of scientists) pp. 917-933 Downloads
Sam Arts and Reinhilde Veugelers
Micro-econometric analysis of innovative start-ups: the role of firm-specific factors and industry context in innovation propensity (Related and unrelated variety as regional drivers of enterprise productivity and innovation: a multilevel study) pp. 935-957 Downloads
Claudia Capozza, Sergio Salomone and Ernesto Somma
Local multipliers at work (Local development that money cannot buy: Italy’s Contratti di Programma) pp. 959-977 Downloads
Augusto Cerqua and Guido Pellegrini
Barriers in profiting from external knowledge: the role of organizational design (Organizational interdependence and intraorganizational structure) pp. 979-995 Downloads
Bernadette A Baumstark
A close look at the contingencies of founders’ effect on venture performance (Tracing patterns of Growth-A first analysis of the ‘Gröna Kvisten’ high-growth firms) pp. 997-1020 Downloads
Luca Grilli, Paul H Jensen, Samuele Murtinu and Haemin Dennis Park
Introduction: Chris Freeman’s “History, Co-Evolution and Economic Growth”: an affectionate reappraisal (Resource and Output Trends in the United States since 1870) pp. 1021-1034 Downloads
Giovanni Dosi and Alessandro Nuvolari
On “reasoned history” (History, co-evolution and economic growth) pp. 1035-1036 Downloads
Richard R Nelson
Chris Freeman forging the evolution of evolutionary economics (Time scales and mechanisms of economic cycles: a review of theories of long waves) pp. 1037-1046 Downloads
Francisco Louçã
Toward a dynamic capability theory of economic growth (Resource and output trends in the United States since 1870) pp. 1047-1065 Downloads
David Sainsbury
Innovation–diffusion, the economy and contemporary challenges: a comment (Catching up, forging ahead, and falling behind) pp. 1067-1073 Downloads
Jan Fagerberg and Bart Verspagen

Volume 29, issue 3, 2020

ICC announcement: annual special issue on macro economics and development (Beyond DSGE models: toward an empirically based macroeconomics) pp. 577-580 Downloads
Giovanni Dosi and Joseph Stiglitz
Entrepreneurship and the firm: a conversation on foundations and prospects (The entrepreneurial theory of the firm) pp. 581-598 Downloads
Nicolai J Foss and Anna Grandori
A history of collaboration in US invention: changing patterns of co-invention, complexity and geography (State capacity and American technology: evidence from the nineteenth century,’) pp. 599-619 Downloads
Frank van der Wouden
What’s good for the goose ain’t good for the gander: heterogeneous innovation capabilities and the performance effects of R&D (Internationalization and innovation of firms: evidence and policy) pp. 621-644 Downloads
Alex Coad, Nanditha Mathew and Emanuele Pugliese
Markets for data (The market for “lemons”: quality uncertainty and the market mechanism) pp. 645-660 Downloads
Pantelis Koutroumpis, Aija Leiponen and Llewellyn D W Thomas
The role of intangible human capital in innovation diversification: linking behavioral competencies with different types of innovation (Organizational innovation: the challenge of measuring non-technical innovation in large-scale surveys) pp. 661-681 Downloads
Sara Bonesso, Fabrizio Gerli, Claudio Pizzi and Richard Eleftherios Boyatzis
Distortions in firm selection during recessions: a comparison across European countries (Does entry size matter? The impact of the life cycle and technology on firm survival) pp. 683-712 Downloads
Fabio Landini
Strategic technology adoption and entry deterrence in broadband (Ultra-fast broadband investment and adoption: a survey) pp. 713-729 Downloads
Tedi Skiti
Innovation and job creation in (high-growth) new firms (An international cohort comparison of size effects on job growth) pp. 731-756 Downloads
Pietro Santoleri
Privatizations and efficiency. Evidences from the Italian iron and steel industry, 1979–2016 (A very costly industry”: the cost of Britain’s privatised railway) pp. 757-778 Downloads
Carlo Brambilla and Fabio Lavista
The policy space for a novel industrial policy in Europe (Rethinking industrial policy) pp. 779-795 Downloads
Mario Pianta, Matteo Lucchese and Leopoldo Nascia
The survival of business takeovers and new venture start-ups (Does entry size matter? The impact of the life cycle and technology on firm survival) pp. 797-826 Downloads
Guoqian Xi, Jörn Block, Frank Lasch, Frank Robert and Roy Thurik
The case of the missing royalty stacking in the world mobile wireless industry (Comment on the ‘H’ concentration measure as a numbers-equivalent) pp. 827-853 Downloads
Alexander Galetovic and Kirti Gupta
Green technologies and firms’ market value: a micro-econometric analysis of European firms (Patents and innovation counts as measures of regional production of new knowledge) pp. 855-875 Downloads
Alessandra Colombelli, Claudia Ghisetti and Francesco Quatraro
Competition, selection, and productivity growth in the Chilean manufacturing industry (Market size in innovation: theory and evidence from the pharmaceutical industry) pp. 877-892 Downloads
Roberto Alvarez and Aldo Gonzalez

Volume 29, issue 2, 2020

Technological leadership (de)concentration: causes in information and communication technology equipment (Competition and innovation: an inverted-U relationship) pp. 241-263 Downloads
Yasin Ozcan and Shane Greenstein
Automation and productivity—a cross-country, cross-industry comparison (Computing inequality: have computers changed the labor market?) pp. 265-287 Downloads
Lene Kromann, Nikolaj Malchow-Møller, Jan Rose Skaksen and Anders Sørensen
Patents and corporate credit risk (Information asymmetry, R&D, and insider gains) pp. 289-308 Downloads
Carl Benedikt Frey, Peter Neuhäusler and Knut Blind
Long-term firm growth: an empirical analysis of US manufacturers 1959–2015 (Scaling behavior in economics: the problem of quantifying company growth) pp. 309-332 Downloads
Giovanni Dosi, Marco Grazzi, Daniele Moschella, Gary Pisano and Federico Tamagni
Experience maketh the mind? Top management teams’ experiential background and cognitive search for adaptive solutions (Resetting the clock: the dynamics of organizational change and failure) pp. 333-350 Downloads
Jatinder S Sidhu, Mariano L M Heyden, Henk W Volberda and Frans A J Van Den Bosch
Design centrality, design investments and innovation performance: an empirical analysis of European firms (Integrating design and retail in the clothing value chain an empirical study of the organisation of design) pp. 351-374 Downloads
Sandro Montresor and Antonio Vezzani
Laggards imitate, leaders innovate: the heterogeneous productivity effect of imitation versus innovation (Distance to frontier, selection, and economic growth) pp. 375-394 Downloads
Ching T Liao
Innovations in emerging markets: the case of mobile money (Innovation and productivity in services and manufacturing: the role of ICTs) pp. 395-421 Downloads
Adeline Pelletier, Susanna Khavul and Saul Estrin
New imported inputs, wages and worker mobility (Computing person and firm effects using linked longitudinal employer-employee data) pp. 423-457 Downloads
Italo Colantone, Alessia Matano and Paolo Naticchioni
Stir it up: how master-apprentice relationships affect the similarity of product offerings in high-end restaurants (Shielding idiosyncrasy from isomorphic pressures: towards optimal distinctiveness in European filmmaking) pp. 459-483 Downloads
Fabrizio Castellucci and Barbara Slavich
Cold numbers: Superconducting supercomputers and presumptive anomaly (The confusion between science and technology in the standard philosophies of science) pp. 485-505 Downloads
Nicola De Liso, Giovanni Filatrella, Dimitri Gagliardi and Claudia Napoli
Absorptive capacity in a two-sector neo-Schumpeterian model: a new role for innovation policy (Ecosystem as structure) pp. 507-531 Downloads
Isabel Almudi, Francisco Fatas-Villafranca, Carlos M Fernández-Márquez, Jason Potts and Francisco J Vazquez
Product market competition and employer provided training in Germany (Technical change, inequality and the labor market) pp. 533-556 Downloads
John Heywood, Uwe Jirjahn and Annika Pfister
Relatedness economies, absorptive capacity, and economic catch-up: firm-level evidence from China (Structural identification of production functions) pp. 557-575 Downloads
Anthony Howell

Volume 29, issue 1, 2020

The search environment is not (always) benign: reassessing the risks of organizational search pp. 1-23 Downloads
Samuel C MacAulay, John Steen and Tim Kastelle
The effect of entrepreneurial origin on firms’ performance: the case of Portuguese academic spinoffs pp. 25-42 Downloads
Natália Barbosa and Ana Paula Faria
Lenders’ selection capabilities, patent quality, and the outcome of patent-backed loans pp. 43-60 Downloads
Federico Caviggioli, Giuseppe Scellato and Elisa Ughetto
Explaining and predicting the impact of authors within a community: an assessment of the bibliometric literature and application of machine learning pp. 61-80 Downloads
Sen Chai, Alexander D’Amour and Lee Fleming
March-ing toward organizational economics pp. 89-94 Downloads
Robert Gibbons
Organizational politics and complexity: Coase vs. Arrow, March, and Simon pp. 95-104 Downloads
Luigi Marengo
Division of roles and endogenous specialization pp. 105-124 Downloads
Michael Christensen and Thorbjørn Knudsen
Relining the garbage can of organizational decision-making: modeling the arrival of problems and solutions as queues pp. 125-142 Downloads
Peter W Glynn, Henrich R Greve and Hayagreeva Rao
Organizational perspectives on the maneuver warfare movement in the United States Marine Corps: insights from the work of James G. March pp. 143-162 Downloads
Mie Augier and Sean F X Barrett
Organizations, ambiguity, and conflict: introduction to the special issue in honor of James G. March pp. 143-149 Downloads
Daniel A Levinthal and Luigi Marengo
Foolishness without consequence? From physical to virtual modeling in the history of military aircraft development at Saab pp. 163-181 Downloads
Marie Bengtsson, Cecilia Enberg and Fredrik Tell
Revisiting the competency trap pp. 183-205 Downloads
Jerker Denrell and Gaël Le Mens
Exploring exploration: the role of affective states as forces that hinder change pp. 207-223 Downloads
Stefano Brusoni, Daniella Laureiro-Martínez, Nicola Canessa and Maurizio Zollo
March and the pursuit of organizational intelligence: the interplay between procedural rationality and sensible foolishness pp. 225-239 Downloads
William Ocasio, Luke Rhee and Dylan Boynton
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