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The Ed Snider Working Paper Series represents research on the causes and consequences of enterprise and collaboration through trade in markets and within organizations. Working papers examine productivity-enhancing innovations that address unmet needs, including grand socio-economic challenges.
The topics include human enterprise leading to the emergence and evolution of firms and industries, as well as institutional factors that enable enterprise and markets, or subvert them through cronyism and rent-seeking. The working paper series draws from multiple disciplines, including economics, entrepreneurship, history, finance, organizational behavior, philosophy, political science, and strategic management.
Resource Allocation and Growth Strategies in a Multi-plant Firm
Shotaro Yamaguchi, Serguey Braguinsky, Tetsuji Okazaki, Takenobu Yuki
Declining Science-Based Startups: Strategic Human Capital and the Value of Working in Startups vs Established Firms
Yuheng Ding, Tom Åstebro, Serguey Braguinsky
Creating Competences For Radical Technologies: Revisiting Incumbent- Entrant Dynamics in the Bionic Prosthetic Industry
Seojin Kim, Rajshree Agarwal, Brent Goldfarb
Science and Engineering Education and Invention in Japan’s Industrialization
Shotaro Yamaguchi, Serguey Braguinsky, and Kentaro Nakajima
Leveraging Private Enterprise: Incubation of New Industries to Address the Public Sector’s Mission-Oriented Grand Challenges
Rajshree Agarwal, Seojin Kim, and Mahka Moeen
Pioneering Digital Platform Ecosystems: The Role of Aligned Motives and Capabilities in Experimentation and Performance Outcomes
Audra Wormald, Sonali Shah, Serguey Braguinsky, and Rajshree Agarwal