Entrepreneurship – Published Papers

  1. Arora, Ashish, Andrea Fosfuri, and Thomas Roende. “Waiting for the payday: The market for startups and the timing of entrepreneurial exit.Management Science 67, no. 3 (2021): 1453-1467.
  2. Chatterji, Aaron, Sharique Hasan, and Rembrand Koning. “Experimentation and startup performance: Evidence from A/B testing.Management Science 68, no. 9 (2021): 6434-6453.
  3. Cohen, Wesley M., Henry Sauermann, and Paula Stephan. “Not in the job description: The commercial activities of academic scientists and engineers.Management Science 66, no. 9 (2020): 4108-4117.
  4. Belenzon, Sharon, Aaron Chatterji, and Brendan Daley. “Choosing between growth and glory.Management Science 66, no. 5 (2020): 1783-2290.
  5. Belenzon, Sharon, Victor Bennett, and Andrea Patacconi. “Flexible production and entry: Institutional, technological, and organizational determinants.Strategy Science 4, no. 3 (2019): 175-249.
  6. Hasan, Sharique, and Rembrand Koning. “Prior social ties and the limits of peer effects on startup team performance.Strategic Management Journal 40, no. 9 (2019): 1394-1416.
  7. Chatterji, Aaron, Solene Delecourt, Sharique Hasan, and Rembrand Koning. “When does advice impact startup performance?Strategic Management Journal 40, no. 3 (2018): 331-356.
  8. Belenzon, Sharon, Aaron Chatterji, and Brendan Daley. “Eponymous entrepreneurs.American Economic Review 107, no. 6 (2017): 1638-55.
  9. Arora, Ashish, 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.Review of Economics and Statistics 95, no. 3 (2013): 757-775.
  10. Arora, Ashish, and Anand Nandkumar. “Insecure Advantage? Markets for Technology and the Value of Resources for Entrepreneurial VenturesStrategic Management Journal 33, no. 3 (2012): 231-25.
  11. Arora, Ashish, and Anand Nandkumar. “Cash-Out or Flameout! Opportunity Cost and Entrepreneurial Strategy: Theory, and Evidence from the Information Security Industry.Management Science 57 (2011): 1844-1860.
  12. Sauermann, Henry, and Wesley M. Cohen. “What makes them tick? Employee motives and industrial innovation.Management Science 56, no. 12 (2010): 2134-2154.