Maryann P. Feldman

 

Contact information:

S.K. Heninger Distinguished Professor of Public Policy

Department of Public Policy

University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill

209 Abernethy Hall, CB #3435

Chapel Hill, NC  27599-3435

Phone: 919-962-0674

Cell: 919-357-4043

Email: maryann.feldman@unc.edu; maryann.feldman@gmail.com

Webpage: http://maryannfeldman.web.unc.edu/

 

Education

Carnegie Mellon University, Economics and Management, Ph.D. 1992

Carnegie Mellon University, Management and Policy Analysis, M.S. 1982

Ohio State University, Economics and Geography, B.A. 1976

 

Professional Appointments:     

2008 – present     S.K. Heninger Distinguished Professor of Public Policy, Department of Public Policy, University of North Carolina, Chapel Hill, North Carolina

2017 – present     Adjunct Professor of Finance, Kenan Flagler Business School, University of North Carolina, Chapel Hill, North Carolina.

2017 – present     Faculty Director, CREATE, Kenan Institute for Private Enterprise, University of North Carolina, Chapel Hill, North Carolina.

2014 – 2017         Program Officer, Science of Science and Innovation Policy (SciSIP) Program, National Science Foundation, Arlington, Virginia

2006 – 2008         Miller Distinguished Professor, Institute of Higher Education, University of Georgia, Athens Georgia.

2002 – 2006         Professor of Business Economics and the Jeffrey S. Skoll Chair of  Innovation and Entrepreneurship, Rotman School of Management, University of Toronto, Toronto, Ontario Canada

2000 – 2002         Research Scientist, Program in Entrepreneurship and Management, Department of Mathematical Sciences, Whiting School of Engineering, Johns Hopkins University, Baltimore, Maryland.

2000 – 2002         Policy Director, Johns Hopkins University Institute for Information Security (JHUISI), Whiting School of Engineering, Johns Hopkins University, Baltimore, Maryland.

1995 – 2000         Research Scientist, Institute for Policy Studies, Johns Hopkins University, Baltimore, Maryland.

1994 – 1995         Visiting Assistant Professor, The H. J. Heinz III School of Public Policy and Management, Carnegie Mellon University, Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania.

1989 – 1994         Assistant Professor of Economics and Management, Goucher College, Baltimore, Maryland.

1987 – 1989         Instructor, Western Maryland College, Westminster, Maryland.

1979 – 1980         Research Analyst, Berkeley Planning Associates, Berkeley, California.

1977 – 1979         Economist II, Ohio Department of Economic and Community Development, Columbus, Ohio.

Professional Awards and Honors

Distinguished Scholar, Wiley Technology and Innovation Management (TIM) Distinguished Scholar of the Year, Academy of Management, 2018.

Co-Chair (with Scott Stern), National Academy of Science, Study of the Small Business Innovation (SBIR) research program, 2018 – present.

Jena Lecture in Economic Geography. Institut für Geographie, Lehrstuhl für Wirtschaftsgeographie, May 2018.

Urban Land Institute/Journal of Economic Geography (JOEG) Best Paper Prize, 2016.

Member of the Innovation Forum, the National Academies of Sciences (NAS), 2015 – present.

The Global Entrepreneurship Research Award, 2013.

Elected to membership of the Cosmos Club, Washington, D.C., January 2010.

Roepke Distinguished Lecture in Economic Geography, April 2009.

Visiting Scholar, Norwegian Academy of Sciences, Oslo Norway, 2008.

Alumni Advisory Board, Heinz School, Carnegie Mellon University, 2006 – 2009.

Choice Magazine’s “Outstanding Academic Book” award book for the Oxford Handbook of Economic Geography, 2002.

Research Fellow, Hagley Center for the History of Business, Technology and Society, Wilmington, Delaware, 1993 – 1995.

First Prize Award, General Motors Ninth Annual Intercollegiate Business Policy Program, 1985.

Research Fellow, 1983-1984, Center for Financial Management, Carnegie Mellon University

Carnegie Mellon University Fellowship Award, 1980-1982.

 

Bibliography and Products of Scholarship

Refereed Publications

Morgan, F., Autor, D., Bessen, J., Brynjolfsson, E., Cebrian, M., Deming, D., Feldman, M., Groh, M., Lobo, J., Moro, E., Wang, D., Youn, H., & Rahwan, I. (Forthcoming). Towards Understanding the Impact of AI on Labor. Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences.

Donegan, M., Forbes, A., Clayton, P., Polly, A., Feldman, M., & Lowe, N. (Forthcoming). The Tortoise, the Hare and the Hybrid: Prior Employment and its Effect on Ecosystem Emergence and Entrepreneurial Performance. Industrial and Corporate Change.

Clayton, P., Donegan, M., Forbes, A., Polly, A., Feldman, M., & Lowe, N. (Forthcoming). Local prior employment and ecosystem dynamic. Industrial and Labor Relations Review.

Feldman, M.P., Ozcan, S., & Reichstein, T. (Forthcoming).  Falling not far from the Tree: Entrepreneurs and Organization Heritage. Organization Science.

Feldman, M. P., Halbinger, M., Reichstein, T., Valentin, F., & Yoon, J.W. (2018). Technological achievements in entrepreneurial firms–legacy, value chain experience, and division of innovation labour. Industry and Innovation, 1-26.

Feldman, M. P. (2018). Financing a Future: Investing in communities and keeping profits local. Scienze Regionali, 17(2), 145-166.

Lowe, N. & Feldman, M. (2018). Breaking the Waves: Innovating at the Intersection of Economic Development. Economic Development Quarterly, DOI: 0891242418783848.

Echeverri-Carroll, E. L., & Feldman, M. (2018). Chasing Entrepreneurial Firms. Industry and Innovation, 1-29. DOI: 10.1080/13662716.2018.1475220

Feldman, M.P. and Lowe, N. (2018). Policy and Collective Action in Place. Cambridge Journal of Regions, Economy and Society, 22(2): 335-351. https://doi.org/10.1093/cjres/rsy011

Clayton, P., M.P. Feldman, N. Lowe (2018). Behind the Scenes: Intermediary organizations that facilitate science commercialization through entrepreneurship. The Academy of Management Perspectives. doi: 10.5465/amp.2016.0133

Lanahan, L. and Feldman, M. P. (2017). Approximating Exogenous Variation in R&D: Evidence from the Kentucky and North Carolina SBIR State Match Programs,” Review of Economics and Statistics. doi: 10.1162/REST_a_00681.

Menzel, M.P, Feldman, M.P. and Broekel, T. (2017). Institutional change and network evolution: explorative and exploitative tie formations of co-inventors during the dot-com bubble in the Research Triangle region. Regional Studies. doi: 10.1080/00343404.2016.1278300

Feldman, M.P. and Lowe, N. (2017). Evidence-Based Economic Development Policy. Innovations: Technology, Governance and Globalization, 11(3), 34-49. doi: 10.1162/inov_a_00255.

Modic, D. and Feldman, M.P. (2017). Mapping the Human Brain: Comparing the U.S. and EU Grand Challenges,” Science and Public Policy, 44(3), 440-449. doi: 10.1093/scipol/scw085.

Lowe, N, and Feldman, M.P. (2017). Institutional Life within an Entrepreneurial Region. Geography Compass, 11(3). doi: 10.1111/gec3.12306

Feldman, M.P., Kenney, M., and Lissoni, F. (2016). The New Data Frontier: Special issue of Research Policy. Research Policy, 44(9): 1629-1632.

Feldman, M.P, T. Hadjimichael, T. Kemeny, and Lanahan, L. (2016). The Logic of Economic Development: A Definition and Model for Investment. Environment and Planning C: Government and Policy, 34(1): 5-21. https://doi.org/10.1177/0263774X15614653

Graddy-Reed, A. and Feldman, M.P. (2016). Stepping up: an empirical analysis of the role of social innovation in response to an economic recession. Cambridge Journal of Regions, Economy and Society, 8(2): 293-312. https://doi.org/10.1093/cjres/rsv008

Lanahan, L., A. Graddy-Reed, and Feldman, M.P. (2016). The Domino Effects of Federal Research Funding. Plos ONE, 11(6): e0157325. doi:10.1371/ journal.pone.0157325

Kemeny, T., M.P. Feldman, Ethridge, F., and Zoller, T. (2016). The economic value of local social networks. Journal of Economic Geography. 16 (5): 1101-1122.  Awarded the 2016 Urban Land Institute, Journal of Economic Geography (JOEG) Best Paper Prize.

Lanahan, L. and Feldman, M. (2015). Multilevel Innovation Policy Mix: A Closer Look at State Policies that Augment the Federal SBIR Program. Research Policy. 44 (7), 1387-1402.

Miller, J.M. and Feldman, M.P. (2015). Isolated in the Lab: Examining Dissatisfaction with Postdoctoral Appointments. The Journal of Higher Education. 86 (5), 697-724.

Feldman, M.P. and Lowe, N. (2015). Triangulating regional economies: Realizing the promise of digital data. Research Policy, 44 (9), 1785-1793.

Feldman, M.P., M. Kenney, and Lissoni, F. (2015). The New Data Frontier. Research Policy 44(9), 1629-1632.

Avnimelech, G. and Feldman, M. P.  (2015). The stickiness of university spin–offs: a study of formal and informal spin–offs and their location from 124 US academic institutions. International Journal of Technology Management, 68 (1-2), 122-149.

Feldman, M.P., Kogler, D.F., and Rigby, D.L. (2015). rKnowledge: The Spatial Diffusion and Adoption of rDNA Methods. Regional Studies, 45(5):798-817.

Feldman, M.P. (2014). The character of innovative places: entrepreneurial strategy, economic development, and prosperity. Small Business Economics, 43(1): 9-20.

Fagerberg, J, M.P. Feldman and M. Shrolec (2014). Technological dynamics and social capability: U.S. States and European Nations. Journal of Economic Geography. 14(2): 313-337.

Feldman,, M.P. , L. Lanahan, and Lendel, I.V. (2014). Introduction to May 2014 Focus Issue: Focus on State Economic Development Policy. Economic Development Quarterly.

Miller, J.M. and Feldman, M. P. (2014). The sorcerer’s postdoc apprentice: uncertain funding and contingent highly skilled labor. Cambridge Journal of Regions, Economy and Society.

Feldman, M.P., and Graddy-Reed, A. (2014). Accelerating Commercialization: A New Model of Strategic Foundation Funding. Journal of Technology Transfer, 39(4):503-523.

Feldman, M.P., Lanahan, L., and Lendel, I. (2014). Experiments in the Laboratories of Democracy: State Scientific Capacity Building. Economic Development Quarterly, 28 (2):107-131.

Feldman, M. P., J. Fagerberg and Shrolec, M. (2013). Technological Dynamics and Social Capability: Comparing U.S. States and European Nations. Journal of Economic Geography.

Feldman, M. P., and Graddy-Reed, A. (2013). Accelerating Commercialization: a new model of strategic foundation funding. Journal of Technology Transfer, 1-12.

Feldman, M. P., L. Lanahan and Lendel, I. (2013). Experiments in the Laboratories of Democracy: State Scientific Capacity Building. Economic Development Quarterly, 0891242413490018.

Feldman, M.P. and Zoller, T. D. (2012). Dealmakers in Place: Social Capital Connections in Regional Entrepreneurial Economies. Regional Studies, 46(1) 23-37.

Colyvas, J., K. Snellman, J. Bercovitz and Feldman, M. P. (2012). Disentangling effort and performance: a renewed look at gender differences in commercializing medical school research. The Journal of Technology Transfer, 37(4): 478-489.

Breznitz, S.M. and Feldman, M.P. (2012). The larger role of the university in economic development: introduction to the special issue. The Journal of Technology Transfer 37 (2), 135-138.

Breznitz, S.M. and Feldman, M.P. (2012). The engaged university. The Journal of Technology Transfer, 37(2): 139-157.

Feldman, M.P. and Yoon, Y.W. (2011). An empirical test for general purpose technology: an examination of the Cohen–Boyer rDNA technology. Industrial and Corporate Change, 21(2): 249-275.

Feldman, M.P. and Lowe, N. (2011). Restructuring for Resilience. Innovations: Technology, Governance, Globalization, 6 (1): 129-146.

Gulbrandsen, M., D. Mowery and Feldman, M.P. (2011). Introduction to the special section: Heterogeneity and university-industry relations. Research Policy, 2011, 40, (1):1-5.

Bercovitz, J.L., and Feldman, M.P. (2011). The Mechanisms of Collaboration Inventive Team Composition, Social Networks, and Geography. Research Policy, 40(10): 81-93.

Avnimelech, G. and Feldman, M. P. (2010). Regional Corporate Spawning and the Role of Homegrown Companies. Review of Policy Research, 27(4): 475-489.

Feldman, M.P. and Lendel, I. (2010). Under the Lens: The Geography of Optical Science as an Emerging Industry. Economic Geography, 86 (2): 147-171.

Audretsch, D.B., O. Falck, M.P. Feldman and Heblich, S. (2010). Local Entrepreneurship in Context. Regional Studies, 42 (3): 1-15.

Feller, I. and Feldman, M.P. (2010). The commercialization of academic patents: black boxes, pipelines, and Rubik’s cubes. The Journal of Technology Transfer. 35(6): 597-616.

Slaughter, S., Feldman, M.P., and Thomas, S.L. (2009). US research universities’ institutional conflict of interest policies. Journal of Empirical Research on Human Ethics: An International Journal, 4(3): 3-20.

Simcoe, T.S, S. Graham, and Feldman, M.P. (2009). Competing on Standards? Entrepreneurship, Intellectual Property and Platform Technologies. Journal of Economics & Management Strategy 18 (3): 275-816.

Lowe, N. and Feldman, M.P. (2008). Constructing entrepreneurial advantage: consensus building, technological uncertainty and emerging industries. Cambridge Journal of Regions, Economy and Society 1(2): 265-284.

Bercovitz, J. and Feldman, M.P. (2008). Academic Entrepreneurs: Organizational Change at the Individual Level. Organization Science, 19(1): 69–89.

Feldman, M.P. and Lowe, N. (2008). Consensus from Controversy: Cambridge’s Biosafety Ordinance and the Anchoring of the Biotech Industry. European Planning Studies, 16(3): 395–410.

Feldman, M.P. and Bercovitz, J. (2007). Fishing Upstream: Firm Innovation Strategy and University Research Alliances. Research Policy. 36: 930-948.

Aharonson, B.S., J. C. Baum, and Feldman, M.P. (2007). Desperately seeking spillovers? Increasing returns, industrial organization and the location of new entrants in geographic and technological space. Industrial and Corporate Change, 16(1): 89–130.

Buchman, T.G., J. Dushoff, P.R. Ehrlich, M.P. Feldman, S. Fitzpatrick, B. Levin, S. A. Levin, D. T. Miller, V. L. Patel, and Rozin, P. (2006). Enhancing the Use of Clinical Guidelines: A Social Norms Prospective. Journal of the American College of Surgeons 202(5) 826–836.

Feldman, M.P. and Kelley, M. R. (2006). The ex ante Assessment of Knowledge Spillovers: Government R&D Policy, Economic Incentives and Private Firm Behavior. Research Policy, 35: 1509–1521.

Feldman, M.P. and Bercovitz, J. (2006). Entrepreneurial Universities and Technology Transfer:  A Conceptual Framework for Understanding Knowledge-Based Economic Development. Journal of Technology Transfer, 31(1): 175–188.

Feldman, M.P. and R. Martin (2005). Constructing Jurisdictional Advantage. Research Policy, I(8): 1235–1249. https://doi.org/10.1016/j.respol.2005.03.015

Feldman, M.P., J. Francis and Bercovitz, J. (2005). Creating a Cluster While Building a Firm: Entrepreneurs and the Formation of Innovative Clusters. Regional Studies, 39: 129–142.

Feldman, M.P. and Desrochers , P. (2004). Truth for Its Own Sake: Academic Culture and Technology Transfer at the Johns Hopkins University. Minerva, 24: 105–126.

Feldman, M.P. and Francis, J. (2004). Home Grown Solutions: Fostering Cluster Formation through Entrepreneurship. Economic Development Quarterly, 18(2): 127–137. https://doi.org/10.1177/0891242403262556

Feldman, M.P. and Francis, J. (2003). Fortune Favors the Prepared Region: The Case of Entrepreneurship and the Capitol Region Biotechnology Cluster. European Planning Studies 11(7): 765–788.

Feldman, M.P. (2003). The Locational Dynamics of the US Biotech Industry: Knowledge Externalities and the Anchor Hypothesis. Industry and Innovation, 10(3): 311–328.

Audretsch, D. B. and Feldman, M.P. (2003). Small-Firm Strategic Research Partnerships: The Case of Biotechnology. Technology Analysis & Strategic Management, 15(2): 273–288. https://doi.org/10.1080/0953732032000051154

Feldman, M.P. and Desrochers, P. (2003). The Evolving Role of Research Universities in Technology Transfer: Lessons from the History of Johns Hopkins University. Industry and Innovation, 10(1): 5–24.

Feldman, M.P. and Kelley, M.R. (2003). Leveraging Research and Development: Assessing the Impact of the U.S. Advanced Technology Program. Small Business Economics, 20: 153–165.

Feldman, M.P., I. Feller, J. Bercovitz and Burton, R.M. (2002). Equity and the Technology Transfer Strategies of American Research Universities. Management Science, 48(1): 105–121.

Feller, I, M.P. Feldman, J. Bercovitz and Burton, R. (2002). The State of Practice of University Technology Transfer Activities. Research Management Review. 12(2): 8 -16.

Feldman, M.P. and Kelley, M.R. (2002). How States Augment the Capabilities of Technology-Pioneering Firms. Growth and Change, 33(2): 173–195.

Feldman, M.P. (2001). The Entrepreneurial Event Revisited: An Examination of New Firm Formation in the Regional Context. Industrial and Corporate Change, 10: 861-891.

Bercovitz, J., Feldman, M.P, Feller, I., and Burton, R.M. (2001). Organizational Structure as a Determinant of Academic Patent and Licensing Behavior: An Exploratory Study of Duke, Johns Hopkins, and Pennsylvania State Universities. Journal of Technology Transfer, 26: 21–35.

Feldman, M.P. (2001). The Internet Revolution and the Geography of Innovation. International Social Science Journal, 54: 47–56. https://doi.org/10.1111/1468-2451.00358.

Feldman, M.P. and Ronzio, C. (2001). Closing the Innovative Loop: Moving from the Laboratory to the Shop Floor in Biotechnology Manufacturing. Entrepreneurship and Regional Development, 13: 1–16.

Feldman, M.P. (2000). Where Science Comes to Life: University Biosciences, Commercial Spin-offs and Regional Economic Development. The Comparative Journal of Public Policy, 2: 345–36.

Feldman, M.P. (1999). The New Economics of Innovation, Spillovers and Agglomeration: A Review of Empirical Studies. The Economics of Innovation and New Technology, 8: 5–25.

Feldman, M.P. and D. B. Audretsch (1998). Innovation in Cities: Science-based Diversity, Specialization, and Localized Competition. European Economic Review, 43(2): 409–429. https://doi.org/10.1016/S0014-2921(98)00047-6.

Feldman, M.P. and Lichtenberg, F. (1998). The Interaction Between Public and Private R&D Investment: Cross-Country Evidence from the European Community’s R&D Information Service. Annales D’Économie et de Statistique, 49/50: 199–222.

Feldman, M.P. and Schreuder, Y. (1996). Initial Advantage: The Origins of the Geographic Concentration of the Pharmaceutical Industry in the Mid-Atlantic Region. Industrial and Corporate Change, 5(3): 839–862.

Audretsch, D. B. and Feldman, M.P. (1996). Knowledge Spillovers and the Geography of Innovation and Production. American Economic Review, 86: 630–640.

Feldman, M.P. (1996). Geography and Regional Economic Development: The Role of Technology-Based Small and Medium Sized Firms. Small Business Economics, 8(2): 71–4.

Audretsch, D. B. and Feldman, M.P.  (1996). Innovative Clusters and the Industry Life-cycle. The Review of Industrial Organization, 11: 253–273.

Schreuder, Y., and Feldman, M.P. (1995). The Historical Development of the Pharmaceutical Industry. The Pennsylvania Geographer, 23(2): 3–22.

Feldman, M.P. (1994). Knowledge Complementarity and Innovation. Small Business Economics, 6: 363–372.

Feldman, M.P., and Florida, R. (1994). The Geographic Sources of Innovation: Technological Infrastructure and Product Innovation in the United States. Annals of the Association of American Geographers, 84(2): 210–229.

Acs, Z. J., D. B. Audretsch, and Feldman, M.P. (1994). The Recipients of R&D Spillovers: Firm Size and Innovation. Review of Economics and Statistics, 76(2): 336–340.

Feldman, M.P. (1994). The University and High-Technology Start-ups: The Case of Johns Hopkins University and Baltimore. The Economic Development Quarterly, 8: 67–77.

Feldman, M.P. (1994). An Examination of the Geography of Innovation. Industrial and Corporate Change, 2(3): 312–333.

Acs, Z. J., D. B. Audretsch, and Feldman, M.P. (1993). R&D Spillovers and Innovative Activity. Managerial and Decision Economics, 15: 443–452.

Acs, Z. J., D. B. Audretsch and Feldman, M.P. (1992). The Real Effects of Academic Research: A Comment. American Economic Review, 82: 67–76.

 

Books & Chapters

Clark, G., M.P. Feldman and M. Gertler and D. Wojcik, editors. 2018. The New Oxford Handbook of Economic Geography. Oxford: Oxford University Press.

Hidalgo, C. A., Balland, P. A., Boschma, R., Delgado, M., Feldman, M., Frenken, K., Glaeser, E., He, C., Kogler, D., Morrison, A., Neffke, F., Rigby, D., Stern, S., Zheng, S., Zhu, S. (2018). The principle of relatedness. In International Conference on Complex Systems (pp. 451-457). Springer, Cham. Doi: 10.1007/978-3-319-96661-8.

Feldman, M.P. and M. Storper, (2018). Economic Growth and Economic Development: Geographical Dimensions, Definition, and Disparities. In: The New Handbook of Economic Geography. Oxford University Press, Oxford, UK.

Feldman, M., & Lowe, N. (2017). How Do Ideas Get Into the Air? Governance and the Construction of Place-specific Innovative Advantage. In The Elgar Companion to Innovation and Knowledge Creation, Edward Elgar: Northampton (MA).

Goble, L., Bercovitz, J., & Feldman, M. (2017). Organizing for Innovation—Do TLO Characteristics Correlate with Technology Transfer Outcomes? In The World Scientific Reference on Entrepreneurship: Volume 4: Process Approach to Academic Entrepreneurship—Evidence from the Globe (pp. 105-135).

Feldman, M.P. and Lanahan, L. (2015). State Science Policy Experiments. In A. Jaffe and B. Jones (Eds.) The Changing Frontier: Rethinking Science and Innovation Policy, University of Chicago Press: 287 – 317.

Feldman, M.P. and J.M. Choi (2015). Harnessing the Geography of Innovation: Towards Evidence Based Economic Development Policy. In D. Archibugi and A.Filippetti (Eds.) Handbook of Global Science, Technology and Innovation, Oxford: Handbooks in Global Policy, Wiley. Chapter 13.

Feldman, M.P. and Tavassoli, S.M. (2015). Something New: Where Do New Industries Come From? In D. Audretsch, A Link and M. Walchok (Eds.), Handbook of Local Economic Development.  Oxford: Oxford University Press, Chapter 7: 125 – 141.

Feldman, M.P. and Lanahan, L. (2015). Crafting a Comeback: Innovation and Entrepreneurship as an Economic Development Strategy in Mature Regions. In J. Bryson et al. (Eds.) Handbook of Manufacturing Industries in the World Economy. Edward Elgar: Cheltenham.

Feldman, M.P., P. Desrochers and Bercovitz, J. (2014). Knowledge for the world: A brief history of commercialization at John Hopkins University. In T. J Allen & R. O’Shea (Eds.) Building Technology Transfer within Research Universities: An Entrepreneurial Approach (Chapter 7) Cambridge, England: Cambridge University Press.

Feldman, M.P. (2014). The Geography of Innovation. In M. Augier & D. J. Teece (Eds.) The Palgrave Encyclopedia of Strategic Management, Palgrave Macmillan.

Aharonson, B., Baum, J.C., and Feldman, M.P. (2014). Industrial Clustering and Innovative Output. In F. Rowe and Dov Te’Eni (Eds). Innovation and IT in an International Context Palgrave Macmillian: 65-85.

Feldman, M.P. and Graddy Reed, A. (2014). Local champions: entrepreneurs’ transition to philanthropy and the vibrancy of place. In M.L. Taylor, R.J. Strom & D. O. Renz (Eds.) Handbook of Research on Entrepreneurs Engagement in Philanthropy, Edgar Elgar, Chapter 3.

Feldman, M.P., A.M. Freyer and Lanahan, L. (2012). On the Measurement of University Research Contributions to Economic Growth and Innovation. In J. E. Lane and D. B Johnstone (Eds.) Universities and Colleges as Economic Drivers: Measuring Higher Education’s Role in Economic Development, SUNY Press, New York, Chapter 4

Feldman, M.P., A. Graddy-Reed, L. Lanahan, G. McLaurin, K. Nelson, and Reamer, A. (2012). Innovative Data Sources for Regional Economic Analysis (Kindle edition).

Bathelt, H., M.P. Feldman and D.F. Kogler (eds.) (2011). Dynamic Geographies of Knowledge Creation and Innovation, Routledge, Taylor and Francis.

Feldman, M.P. and Avnimelech, G. (2011). Knowledge spillovers and the geography of innovation–revisited: a 20 years’ perspective on the field on geography of innovation. In Handbook of Research On Innovation And Entrepreneurship, Cheltenham: Edgar Elgar Press: 150-160.

Feldman, M.P. and Lowe , N. (2011). Constructing regional entrepreneurial advantage: consensus building, technological uncertainty and emerging industries. In H.W.Richardson, C.H.C. Bae and S.C. Choe (eds.) Reshaping Regional Policy. Edward E. Elgar, Northampton, MA. Chapter 12: pp.193-224.

Feldman, M.P., L. Lanahan and Miller, J.M. (2011). Inadvertent infrastructure and regional entrepreneurship policy. In M. Fritsch Handbook of Research on Entrepreneurship and Regional Development: National and Regional Perspectives. E. Elgar, Northampton, MA., Chapter 8: pp.216-251,

Baum, J.A.C. and Feldman, M.P. (2011). A retrospective on desperately seeking spillovers. In G.D. Markman and P.H. Phan (Eds.) The Competitive Dynamics of Entrepreneurial Market Entry. E. Elgar, Northampton, MA., Chapter 12:395-432.

Feldman, M.P. and D. F. Kogler (2010). Stylized Facts in the Geography of Innovation. In Hall B. and Rosenberg N. (Eds.) Handbook of Economics of Technical Change. Oxford: Elsevier. Vol 1: 381-410.

Feldman, M.P. and Breznitz, S.M. (2009). The American experience in university technology transfer. In M. Mckelvey and M. Holmen (eds.) Learning to Compete in European Universities: From Social Institution to Knowledge Business. E. Elgar, Northampton, MA., Chapter 9: pp. 161-186.

Lendel, I., P. Allen, and M.P. Feldman. (2009). Chapter 28: University-based Economic Growth. In Malcolm Tight, International Handbook of Higher Education, Taylor & Francis pp. 381-397.

Feldman, M.P. (2009). Place Matters: Innovation Springs from Many Seeds, But Soil Is Equally Important. Washington: Science Progress, Center for American Progress 1 (2): 7-14

Feldman, M.P., & Santangelo, G.D., editors. (2008). New Perspectives in International Business Research. Bingley, UK: Emerald JAI.

Feldman M.P. and Santangelo, G.D. (2008). New perspectives in IB research: culture, governance, entrepreneurship and international expansion. In M.P. Feldman, Grazia D. Santangelo (Eds.) New Perspectives in International Business Research (Progress In International Business Research, Volume 3), Emerald Group Publishing Limited, pp.1-9.

Feldman, M.P. (2008). Constructing Jurisdictional Advantage in a Mature Economy: The Case of Kitakyushu, Japan. In Shahid Uusuf, Kaoru Nabeshima, and Shoichi Yamashita, (Eds.), Growing Industrial Clusters in Asia: Serendipity and Science, World Bank, Washington DC, Chapter 7: pp. 217-242.

Feldman, M.P. (2008). Chapter 3: Education for Innovation and Prosperity. In Robert L. DeHaan and K.M. Venkat Narayan, (Eds.), Education for Innovation: Implications for India, China, and America, Sense Pub., Rotterdam, pp. 49-62.

Feldman, M.P. (2008). The Entrepreneurial Event Revisited: Firm Formation in A Regional Context. In Stefano Breschi and Franco Malerba (Eds.), Clusters, Networks, and Innovation, Oxford, Chapter 6: pp. 136-168.

Feldman, M.P., A. Colaianni, and C.K. Liu. (2008). Chapter 17.22: Lessons from the Commercialization of the Cohen-Boyer Patents: The Stanford University Licensing Program. In A. Krattiger, R.T. Mahoney, U Nelsen. J.A. Thompson, A.B. Bennett, K. Satyanarayana, G.D. Graff, C. Fernandez, and S.P. Kowalski, Intellectual Property Management in Health and Agricultural Innovation: A handbook of best practices, Oxford; Davis CA. Volume 1: 1797-1808.

Feldman, M.P. and D. F. Kogler (2008). Chapter 16: The Contribution of Public Entities to Technological Change and Innovation. In Scott Shane, editor. The Handbook on Technology and Innovation Management. Wiley & Sons, pp. 431-460.

 Feldman, M.P., A. Colaianni and K. Liu. (2007). Lessons from the Commercialization of the ‘Cohen-Boyer’ Invention: The Stanford University Licensing Program. In A. Krattiger, R. T. Mahoney, L. Nelsen, et al., editors. Intellectual Property Management in Health and Agricultural Innovation: A Handbook of Best Practices. MIHR: Oxford, U.K., and PIPRA: Davis, U.S.A.

Feldman, M.P. (2007). Industry-University Technology Transfer: Moving the Research Agenda Forward. In Fred Dansereau and Francis Yammarino, (eds.). Multi-level Issues in Strategies and Methods, Elsevier 5 pp. 321-331.

Braunerhjelm, P. and M.P. Feldman, editors. (2007). Cluster Genesis: The origins and emergence of technology-based economic development. Oxford: Oxford University Press.

Feldman, M.P. (2005). The Entrepreneurial Event Revisited: Firm Formation in a Regional Context. In Stefano Breschi and Franco Malerba, editors. Clusters, Networks, and Innovation. Oxford: Oxford University Press. pp. 318-342.

Audretsch, D. B. and M.P. Feldman. (2005). The Geography of Innovation and Spillovers. In V. Henderson and J. F. Thisse, eds. Handbook of Regional and Urban Economics: Cities and Geography, Volume 4.  North-Holland and Elsevier Science Publisher, 2713 – 2739.

Feldman, M.P. and R. Martin. (2005). Jurisdictional Advantage. In Jaffe, A. B., et al. (Eds.), Innovation Policy and the Economy, Volume 5. MIT Press, Cambridge, pp.57-85.

Feldman, M.P. (2003). The Entrepreneurial University. In David Hart, editor. The Emergence of Entrepreneurship Policy: Governance, Start-Ups, and Growth in the Knowledge Economy.  Cambridge: Cambridge University Press. pp. 92-112.

Feldman, M.P. and J.L. Francis (2002). The Entrepreneurial Spark: Individual Agents and the Formation of Innovative Clusters. In A. Quadrio Curzio and M. Fortis, eds. Complexity and Industrial Clusters. Heidelberg: Physica-Verlag (Springer Verlag).

Feldman, M.P., A.N. Link and D. S. Siegel (2002). The Economics of Science and Technology. Boston: Kluwer Academic Publishers.

Feldman, M.P., I. Feller, J. E. L. Bercovitz, and R. M. Burton. (2002). University-Technology Transfer and the System of Innovation. In M.P. Feldman and N. Massard, eds., Institutions and Systems in the Geography of Innovation, Boston, MA: Kluwer Academic Publishers, pp. 55-78.

Feldman, M.P. and N. Massard, editors. (2002). Institutions and Systems in the Geography of Innovation. Boston: Kluwer Academic Publishers.

Feldman, M.P. (2001). Strategic Research Partnerships in Biotechnology. In National Science Foundation, Division of Science Resources Studies, Strategic Research Partnerships: Proceedings from an NSF Workshop, NSF 01-336, Project Officers, John E. Jankowski, Albert N. Link, Nicholas S. Vonortas (Arlington, VA).

Feldman, M.P. and A. N. Link, editors. (2001). Innovation Policy in the Knowledge-Based Economy. Boston: Kluwer Academic Publishers.

Feldman, M.P., I. Feller, J. E. L. Bercovitz, and R. M. Burton. (2001). Understanding Evolving University-Industry Relationships. In M.P. Feldman and A. N. Link, eds., Innovation Policy in the Knowledge-Based Economy.  Boston, MA: Kluwer Academic Publishers, pp. 171-188.

Clark, G., M.P. Feldman and M. Gertler, editors. (2000, 2002, 2006). The Handbook of Economic Geography. Oxford: Oxford University Press.

Feldman, M P. (2000). Role of the Department of Defense in Building Biotech Expertise. In C. W. Wessner, ed., The Small Business Innovation Research Program: An Assessment of the Department of Defense Fast Track Initiative. Washington, DC: National Academy Press, pp. 251-274.

Pfirrmann, O., and M.P. Feldman. (2000). How Science Comes to Life: Ein deutsch-amerikanischer Vergleich von Unternehmensgründungen in der Biotechnologie. In D. Barben and G. Abels (eds.), Biotechnologie-Globalisierung-Demokratie: Politische Gestaltung transnationaler Technologieentwicklung. Berlin: edition sigma rainer bohn verlag.

Audretsch, D B., and M.P. Feldman (2000). The Telecommunications Revolution and the Geography of Telecommunications. In James O. Wheeler, Barney Warf and Yuko Aoyama (eds.), Cities in the Telecommunications Age.  London: Rutledge.

Feldman, M.P. (2000). Location and Innovation: The New Economic Geography of Innovation, Spillovers, and Agglomeration. In G. Clark, M.P. Feldman and M. Gertler, eds. Oxford Handbook of Economic Geography, Oxford: Oxford University Press.

Audretsch, D.B., and M.P. Feldman (1999). Innovation and Globalization: A U.S.-German Comparison. In Carl Lankowski (ed.), Responses to Globalization in Germany and the United States: Seven Sectors Compared. American Institute for Contemporary German Studies, Economic Studies Research Report No. 10: Washington, D.C.

Feldman, M.P., O. Pfirrmann, and C.R. Ronzio. (1999). How Science Comes to Life: A Comparative Study of Bio-Entrepreneurship in the U.S. and Germany. In Stephen Silvia (ed.) Reversal of Fortune? An Assessment of the German Biotechnology Sector in Comparative Perspective. American Institute for Contemporary German Studies, Economic Studies Conference Report: Washington, D.C.

Feldman, M.P., and A. Kutay. (1997). Innovation and Strategy in Space: Towards a New Locational Theory of the Firm. In S. Bertuglai, S. Lombardo, and P. Nijkamp (eds.), Innovative Behavior and Spatial Structures: Models, Events and Policies. New York: Springer.

Feldman, M.P. (1994, 1999). The Geography of Innovation. Boston: Kluwer Academic Publishers.

Audretsch, D.B., and M.P. Feldman. (1994). The Geography of Innovation and Production. In Consorcio Da Zona Franca De Vigo (ed.), The Location of Economic Activity: New Theories and Evidence. London: Center for Economic Policy Research.

Feldman, M.P., and A. Kutay. (1989). The Structural Transformation of the U.S. Economy:  Implications and Policy Options. In T.J. Kozik and D.G. Jansonn (Eds.), The Worker in Transition: Technological Change.  New York: The American Society of Mechanical Engineers.

Strauss, R.P., and M.P. Feldman. (1983). Apportionment of Pennsylvania’s Franchise Tax:  Some Implications of the Gilbert Decision. Proceedings National Tax Association, March.

 

Other products of scholarship

Feldman, M.P., L. Lanahan, and E. Stokan. (2014) Stage I: Initial Findings on Metrics and Potential Data Sources Examining the i6 Challenge and the Jobs Innovation Accelerator Challenge (JIAC) Projects. Presented to the Economic Development Administration.

Feldman, M.P., T. Kemeny and L. Lanahan, with SRI International. (2014). Stage II: The 21st Century EDA TAAF Program: Assessment & Metrics. Presented to the Economic Development Administration.

Feldman, M.P., L. Lanahan, and E. Stokan. (2014). Stage III: The EDA i6 Challenge Program: Assessment & Metrics. Prepared for the Economic Development Administration.

Feldman, M.P., L. Lanahan, and E. Stokan. (2014). Stage IV: The 21st Century Economic Development Evaluation System Draft Report. Prepared for the Economic Development Administration.

Feldman, M.P., T. Kemeny, H. Lawton-Smith, A Pike. (2013). The local dimension to SME and entrepreneurship policy in Mexico. In OECD Local Economic and Employment Development (LEED) Working Papers, No. 2013/14, OECD Publishing, Paris.

Feldman, M.P., A. Graddy-Reed, L. Lanahan, G. McLaurin, K. Nelson, and A. Reamer. (2012). Innovative Data Sources for Regional Economic Analysis. (Kindle edition)

Fagerberg J,  Feldman, M.P. and Srholec M. (2012). Technological Dynamics and Social Capability: Comparing U.S. States and European Nations. Social Science Research Network.

Feldman, M.P. (2012). The Economic Logic of U.S. Science. Science, 335(6073): 1171.

Feldman, M.P. and L. Lanahan (2010). Silos of Small Beer. Washington, D.C: Center for American Progress.

Audretsch, D, O. Falck, M.P. Feldman and S. Heblich. (2008). The lifecycle of regions. Social Science Research Network, CEPR Discussion Paper No. DP6757.

Buchman, T.G., J. Dushoff, P.R. Egrlich, M.P. Feldman, S. Fitzpatrick, B. Levin, S.A. Levin, D. T. Miller, V.L. Patel, and P. Rozin. (2006). Battling Bad Behavior. The Scientist, 20(2): 51.

Cowan, R. M.P. Feldman and D. Kogler (2006). Canadian Professional Networks: A Survey of Highly Skilled Canadian Workers, report submitted to Industry Canada, March 2006.

Feldman, M.P. (2005). Chapter 2: The Significance of Innovation. In Goren Hallen and Anders Osthol, editors.  The Growth Policy Agenda. Swedish Institute for Growth Policy Studies. (in English and Swedish).

Guston, D., Feldman, M.P. and D. Hilgartner and S. Slaughter. (2004). Research Policy as an Agent of Change. U.S. National Science Foundation.

Aharonson, B. S. and J.A.C. Baum, and M.P. Feldman. (2004). Industrial Clustering and the Returns to Inventive Activity: Canadian Biotechnology Firms, 1991-2000. Danish Research Unit on Industrial Dynamics (DRUID) Working Paper 2004-3. ISBN: 87-7873-153-4.

Feldman, M.P. (2001). Letters: A response to Glenn Fong. Issues in Science and Technology. Winter.

Feldman, M.P. (2001). Testimony before hearing of the technology subcommittee of the House Science Committee on the Advanced Technology Program at NIST/DOC, June 14, 2001.

Feldman, M.P., and M. R. Kelley. (2001). Winning an Award From the Advanced Technology Program: Pursuing R&D Strategies in the Public Interest and Providing a Halo Effect. Prepared for the U.S. Department of Commerce Technology Administration, National Institute of Standards and Technology, Economic Assessment Office Advanced Technology Program. January.

Feldman, M.P., M.R. Kelley, J. Schaff, and G. Farkas. (2000). Reinforcing Interactions Between the Advanced Technology Program and State Technology Programs. Volume II: How The States Assist High-Tech Start-up Companies. Prepared for the U.S. Department of Commerce Advanced Technology Program National Institute of Standards and Technology. June.

Schachtel, M.R.B., and M.P. Feldman. (2000). Reinforcing Interactions Between the Advanced Technology Program and State Technology Programs. Volume I: A Guide to State Business Assistance Programs for New Technology Creation and Commercialization. Prepared for the U.S. Department of Commerce Advanced Technology Program National Institute of Standards and Technology. April.

Feldman, M.P., and C.R. Ronzio. (1999). Closing the Innovative Loop: Moving from the Lab to the Shop Floor in Biotech. Johns Hopkins University Institute for Policy Studies Occasional Paper No. 22.

Eaton, B., M.P. Feldman, L. Gerstley, M. Connolly, and G. Mangels. (1998). Biosciences in Maryland: A Closer Look. MDBio.

Feldman, M.P., and C. R. Ronzio. (1998). From the Lab to the Shop Floor: the Future of Biotech Manufacturing. Report to the Abell Foundation.

Feldman, M.P., and O. Pfirrmann. (1998). The Diffusion of Knowledge in Biotechnology: A Comparative Investigation of Berlin-Brandenburg and Baltimore-Washington. Final Report to the German Marshall Fund of the United States.

Feldman, M.P., and F.R. Lichtenberg. (1997). The Impact and Organization of Publicly-Funded Research and Development in the European Community.  Working Paper Series 6040.  National Bureau of Economic Research, Inc.

Feldman, M.P., M. Bell, and L. Salamon. (1996). The Distribution Industry: An Engine for Maryland Growth. Summary Report, Johns Hopkins University Institute for Policy Studies.

 

Digital and other novel forms of scholarship

Feldman, M.P. and N. Lowe. (2010-Present). Platform for Advancing Community Economies (PLACE) – Research Triangle Park Region. Available at: https://rtpdb.renci.org/. Description: This database track entrepreneurial activity in the Research Triangle region of North Carolina and has been adapted or entirely replicated in the following regions: Chattanooga, TN; Austin, TX; Boulder, CO.

 

Other: Book Reviews

Feldman, M.P. and J. Choi. (2013). Entrepreneurship and Innovation in Second Tier Regions by Heike Mayer. Journal of Regional Sciences, 53(2):361-362.

Stephan, Paula (2012), review of How Economics Shapes Science entitled “The Economic Logic of U.S. Science”, Science, 335:1171.

Ceruzzi, P. (2011). Internet Alley: High Technology in Tysons Corner, 1945-2005, Regional Studies, 45(2): 279 — 281.

Geuna, A., A. J. Salter and W.E. Setinmueller, (2005) Science and Innovation: Rethinking the Rationales for Funding and Governance. Journal of Economic Literature.  43 (3): 848-849.

Kennedy, M. (2000). Understanding Silicon Valley: The Anatomy of an Entrepreneurial Region. Small Business Economics.

Jane Fountain (2001). Building the Virtual State: Information Technology and Institutional Change. Journal of Policy Analysis and Management, 22: 324-326.

Suarez-Villa, L. (2003). Invention and the Rise of Technocapitalism, The Annals of Regional Science, 37-175-177.

Rood, S. (2001). Government Laboratory Technology Transfer: Process and Impact. Journal of Technology Transfer.

Grabher, G., ed., (1994). The Embedded Firm: On the Socioeconomic of Industrial Networks. Regional Studies.

Stephan, P., and S. Levin. (1993). Striking the Mother Lode in Science: The Importance of Age, Place, and Time, Small Business Economics.

Florida, R,. and M. Kenney. (1992). The Break-Through Illusion: Corporate America’s Failure To Move From Innovation To Mass Production. Small Business Economics.

Simon, J. (1989). Theory of Population and Economic Growth. International Journal of Forecasting 5.

 

Students Supervised at UNC

Adams Nager                         2017 – present

Allison Lowe-Reed                 2017 – present

Scott Langford                        2016 – present

Paige Clayton                         2014 – present

Dissertation: Essays on the Development of Entrepreneurial Regions: Spillover, Coherence and Networks

Emily Nwakpuda                    2013 – present

Dissertation: Philanthropic Gifts to Academic Science: Three Essays on the Impact of High Net Worth Donors

Jongmin Choi                          2012 – 2017

Dissertation: Comparison of phylogenetic trees through alignment of embedded evolutionary distances

Daniel Smith                           2011 – 2017

Dissertation: The Longer Term Effects of Federal Subsidies on Firm Survival: Evidence from the Advanced Technology Program

Alexandra Graddy-Reed        2010 – 2015

Dissertation: The Private Provision of Public Goods: Three Essays on the Evolving Public Economics of Philanthropy

Lauren Lanahan                     2009 – 2015

Dissertation: The multilevel innovation policy mix: three essays on state SBIR matching programs.

Lisa Goble                              2008 – 2013

Dissertation: Evaluating the influence of university organizational characteristics and attributes on technology commercialization

Stephanie Schmidtt                2008 –2013

Dissertation: Assessment and rankings efforts: the effect on institutional and program-level change

Ted Zoller                               2008 – 2010

Dissertation: The dealmaker milieu: The anatomy of social capital in entrepreneurial economies.

 

Research Projects and Grants

Principal Investigator, May 2018 – November 2019, Ewing Marion Kauffman Foundation, Early Stage Evaluation of the Kauffman Foundation’s ESHIP Communities Project.

Principal Investigator, February 2018 – June 2018, Comparison of the Research Triangle and Sophia Antipolis Regions, Universite Cote D’Azur.

Principal Investigator, September 2017 – August 2019, Ewing Marion Kauffman Foundation, Shoring up the Entrepreneurial Ecosystem through Real-Time Data Analysis.

Principal Investigator, January 2017 – March 2017, University of Texas at Austin, Influencers and Institutions: Understanding their contribution to the birth and sustained growth of Austin’s entrepreneurial economy.

Principal Investigator, January 2015 – December 2017, Alfred P Sloan Foundation, Academic Research Centers and Institutes: Trends, Motivations, and Returns on Investments for High Tech Entrepreneurs.

Principal Investigator, January 2015 – December 2016, Ewing Marion Kauffman Foundation, Entrepreneurial Pathways.

Principal Investigator, July 2013 – December 2017. National Science Foundation, Circling the Triangle: Understanding Dynamic Regional Economies. Direct Costs: $330,795. FTE: 0.01 in 2014.

Principal Investigator, July 2014 – April 2015. National Science Foundation, GRADDY-REED, ALEX Doctoral Dissertation Research: The Private Provision of Public Goods: Classifying American Philanthropy.

Principal Investigator, July 2012 – June 2016, National Science Foundation, The Evolving Research Enterprise: The Role of Foundations and Strategic Funding.

Principal Investigator, January 2012 – December 2014, U.S. Department of Commerce, Economic Development Administration, Research Design Project to Assess and Evaluate Economic Development Investment.

Principal Investigator, September 2011 – June 2012, George Washington University, The Next Frontier of Regional Economic Statistics (Conference).

Principal Investigator, March 2010 – December 2010, Center for American Progress, Research Services for Center for American Progress: Efficacy of federal innovation.

Principal Investigator, July 2010 – June 2011, NC Biotechnology Center, First Flight Venture Center (FFVC) Internship Cluster.

Principal Investigator, July 2008 – April 2010, Ewing Marion Kauffman Foundation, Partnerships for Innovation.

Co-Principal Investigator, October 2007 – September 2011, National Science Foundation, Program on the Science of Science and Innovation Policy, State Science Policies: Modeling Their Origins, Nature, Fit, and Effects on Local Universities. Direct Costs: $158,093. FTE: 0.00

Co-Principal Investigator, September 2006 – August 2008, National Institutes of Health, Program on Research Integrity, Systemic Conflict of Interest at Research Universities

Principal Investigator, July 1999 – May 2008, Andrew W. Mellon Foundation, Understanding Evolving University–Industry Relationships.

Co-Principal Investigator, June 2006 – October 2007, Marion Ewing Kaufman Foundation.  Early Origins of the Biotech Industry.

Principal Investigator, October 2003 – April 2008, Social Sciences and Humanities Research Council of Canada (SSHRC), Emerging Industries from Academic Research.

Principal Investigator, May 2005 – May 2006, Sun Micro Systems, Entrepreneurship and Standard Setting Organizations.

Principal Investigator, May 2004 – May 2006.  Canadian Institutes of Health Research, Bringing Science to Life Workshop.

Co-Principal Investigator, October 2002 – October 2003. National Science Foundation, Research Policy as an Agent of Change. NSF Workshop.

Principal Investigator, May 1998 – June 2001. Advanced Technology Program, National Institute for Standards and Technology, Path to Technology Development and Commercialization.

Principal Investigator, August 1999 – August 2001. National Science Foundation.  The Role of Publicly-Funded Research in the Formation and Growth of Private Enterprise: Linking Scientists and Bioscience Firms.

Principal Investigator, March 1998 – June 1998. MdBio. The Commercialization of Maryland Bioscience: Linking Technology Frontiers to New Firm Start-ups.

Principal Investigator, August 1997 – July 1998. German Marshall Fund, The Diffusion of Knowledge in Biotechnology.

Principal Investigator, October 1996 – January 1998. Abell Foundation, Biotech Scale-up and Manufacturing.

Principal Investigator, April 1996 – April 1997. Committee on Logistics and the Economy.

Principal Investigator, March 1995 – February 1998. National Science Foundation, Pharmaceutical Compound: An historical investigation of the geographic concentration of the pharmaceutical industry in the Mid-Atlantic region.

Research Fellowship, June 1993 – December 1993. Hagley Center for the History of Business, Technology and Society. Wilmington, Delaware.

Principal Investigator, January 1993- July 1994. Small Business Administration, Studies of Core Innovative Agglomerations, Small Firm Barriers and Contributions.

Co-Principal Investigator, October 1985 – March 1986 Edison Electric Institute, The Implications of Changing Demographic Dynamics upon the Electric Utility Industry.

 

Professional Service

Co-Chair, Oxford Residential Week for Entrepreneurship Scholars, Saïd Business School and Green Templeton College, University of Oxford (2018 – present).

Board Member, Knight Campus External Advisory Board, University of Oregon. (2018 – present).

Visiting Professor, Program on Knowledge Dynamics, Industry Evolution, Economic Development, University of Nice and SKEMA Business School (July 2018).

Advisory Board, Danish Research Unit for Industrial Dynamics (DRUID), Copenhagen Business School (2003 – present)

Co-Chair, White House Interagency Working Group on Science Policy (2014 – 2016).

Ontario Brain Institute, External Review Committee (2017).

Social, Economic and Political Science (Section K) Section Head, American Association for the Advancement of Science (AAAS) (2015 – 2017).

Organizing committee for the 2016 OECD Blue Sky Forum on Science and Innovation Indicators.

Chair of the Section K on Social, Economic and Political Sciences, American Academy for the Advancement of Science (AAAS), 2015-2017.

Technology & Innovation Management (TIM) Division Representative-at-Large, Academy of Management (2012 – 2015).

Advisory Committee, Lund University Center for Innovation and Entrepreneurship, Lund University (2013– 2016)

Advisory Committee, Science of Science and Innovation Policy (SciSIP), National Science Foundation (2012- 2014).

Advisory Board, Association of University Technology Managers (AUTM), Committee on Metrics (2007 – 2014)

Advisory Board, Institute for Genome Science and Policy (IGSP)’s Center for Genome Ethics, Law, & Policy, Duke University (2005 – 2012)

Advisory Board, Finger Lakes WIRED project (2006 – 2008).

UK~Innovation Research Center, Advisory Board, Imperial College and Cambridge University, (2008-2010)

Expert Committee, the Council on Competitiveness (2001 – 2008).

Advisory Board, Center for Innovation and Entrepreneurship, Rotman School of Management, University of Toronto (2003 – 2006)

Executive Committee for the Centre for Innovation Law and Policy, Faculty of Law, University of Toronto (2003 – 2006)

Board of Directors, University of Toronto Innovation Foundation (2003 – 2005).

Senior Fellow, Johns Hopkins University Institute for Information Security (JHUISI), Johns Hopkins University (2002-2004).

Advisory Committee, Societal Dimensions of Engineering, Science and Technology, National Science Foundation (2002-2006).

Scientific Experts Committee, Fondazione Edison, Milan, Italy (1999-2002).

Visiting Professor, CREUSET Université Jean Monnet St-Etienne, St. Etienne, France (Summer 1999).

 

 

Editorial Activities

Editor                          Research Policy (2014 – present)

Associate Editor         Management Science (2002 – 2009)

Book Review Editor   Growth and Change (1998 – 2001)

Book Series Editor     Regional Development and Public Policy, Book Series (Routledge) (2004 – present)

Hodges Series on Business History, Place and Policy (UNC Press) (2012 – present)

 

 

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