Nambisan, S., Wright, M., & Feldman, M. (2019). The digital transformation of innovation and entrepreneurship: Progress, challenges and key themes. Research Policy, DOI: 10.1016/j.respol.2019.03.018.
Frank, M. R., Autor, D., Bessen, J. E., Brynjolfsson, E., Cebrian, M., Deming, D. J., Feldman, M., Groh, M., Lobo, J., Moro, E., Wang, D., Youn, H., and Rahwan, I. (2019). Toward understanding the impact of artificial intelligence on labor. Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences, 201900949.
Feldman, M. P., Halbinger, M., Reichstein, T., Valentin, F., & Yoon, J. W. (2019). Technological achievements in entrepreneurial firms–legacy, value chain experience, and division of innovation labour. Industry and Innovation, 26(3), 243-268.
Bercovitz, J., Changoluisa, J., Feldman, M., and Modic, D. (2019). “Pay to Play: Connecting University Research Funding to Licensing Outcomes.” In Frontiers of Strategic Alliance Research: Negotiating, Structuring and Governing Partnerships. Cambridge University Press.
Feldman, M.P., Ozcan, S., & Reichstein, T. (2019). Falling Not Far from the Tree: Entrepreneurs and Organizational Heritage. Organization Science. https://doi.org/10.1287/orsc.2018.1222
Clayton, P., Donegan, M., Feldman, M., Forbes, A., Lowe, N., & Polly, A. (2019). Local Prior Employment and Ecosystem Dynamics. ILR Review, 0019793919836756.
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.
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.
Lowe, N. & M. Feldman. (2018). “Breaking the Waves: Innovating at the Intersection of Economic Development” Economic Development Quarterly, 0891242418783848.
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.
Clayton, P., Feldman, M., & Lowe, N. (2018). “Behind the Scenes: Intermediary organizations that facilitate science commercialization through entrepreneurship“. The Academy of Management Perspectives.
Lanahan, L. and M.P. Feldman. (2018) “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
Echeverri-Carroll, E. L., & Feldman, M. (2018). “Chasing Entrepreneurial Firms“. Industry and Innovation, 26(5): 479-507. https://doi.org/10.1080/13662716.2018.1475220
Smith, D. Feldman, M. and G. Anderson. (2018). “The longer term effects of federal subsidies on firm survival: evidence from the advanced technology program.” Journal of Technology Transfer. https://doi.org/10.1007/s10961-017-9633-5.
Feldman, M. and N. Lowe. (2017). “Evidence-Based Economic Development Policy.” Innovations: Technology, Governance, Globalization, 11(3), 34-49. doi: 10.1162/inov_a_00255.
Feldman, M., & Lowe, N. (2017). “How Do Ideas Get Into the Air? Governance and the Construction of Place-specific Innovative Advantage.” 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).
Lowe, N.J. and M.P. Feldman. (2017). “Institutional Life within an entrepreneurial region“. Geography Compass, 11(3). doi: 10.1111/gec3.12306
Menzel, M, M. Feldman, and T Broekel. (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
Modic, D. and M.P. Feldman. (2017). “Mapping the human brain: comparing the US and EU Grand Challenges.” Science and Public Policy, 44(3), 440-449. doi: 10.1093/scipol/scw085.
Feldman, M.P. and E. Schoenberger. (2016). “Difference in economic geography.” Environment and Planning, 48(10): 2089-2092.
Feldman, M.P, T. Hadjimichael, T. Kemeny, and L. Lanahan, (2016), “The Logic of economic development: a definition and model for investment.” Environment and Planning C: Government and Policy. 34: 5-21.
Graddy-Reed, A. and M.P. Feldman (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, 34: 5 – 21.
Kemeny, T., M. P. Feldman, F Ethridge, and T Zoller (2016). “The economic value of local social networks“. Journal of Economic Geography.
Lanahan, L., A. Graddy-Reed, and M.P. Feldman, (2016) “The Domino Effects of Federal Research Funding.”’ Plos ONE, 11(6): e0157325. doi:10.1371/ journal.pone.0157325
Wang, Y., Ma, H., Lowe, N., Feldman, M., & Schmitt, C. (2016). “Business Event Curation: Merging Human and Automated Approaches“. In AAAI (pp. 4272-4273).
Avnimelech, G. and M.P. Feldman (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. & Clayton, P. (2015). “The American Experience in University Technology Transfer.” In University Technology Transfer (pp. 57-85). Routledge.
Feldman, M. P., & Tavassoli, S. M. (2015). “Something New.” The Oxford Handbook of Local Competitiveness, 125-140.
Feldman, M.P. and N. Lowe. (2015). “Triangulating regional economies: Realizing the promise of digital data.” Research Policy, 44 (9), 1785-1793.
Feldman, M.P., M. Kenney, and F. Lissoni (2015). “The New Data Frontier.” Research Policy 44(9), 1629-1632.
Feldman, M.P., D.F. Kogler, and D.L. Rigby. (2015), “rKnowledge: The Spatial Diffusion and Adoption of rDNA Methods.” Regional Studies, 45(5):798-817.
Lanahan, L. and M. P. Feldman, (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 M. P. Feldman. (2015), “Isolated in the Lab: Examining Dissatisfaction with Postdoctoral Appointments.” The Journal of Higher Education. 86 (5), 697-724.
Feldman, M. P. and A. Graddy Reed. (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. (2014). “The Character of Innovative Places: Entrepreneurial Strategy, Economic Development and Prosperity.” Small Business Economics, 1-12.
Miller, J.M. and M. P. Feldman. (2014) “The Sorcerer’s Postdoc Apprentice: Uncertain Funding and Contingent Highly Skilled Labour.” Cambridge Journal of Regions, Economy and Society.
Feldman, M. P., J. Fagerberg and M. Shrolec (2013). “Technological Dynamics and Social Capability: Comparing U.S. States and European Nations“, Journal of Economic Geography.
Feldman, M. P., and A. Graddy-Reed (2013). “Accelerating Commercialization: a new model of strategic foundation funding.” Journal of Technology Transfer, 1-12.
Feldman, M. P., L. Lanahan and I. Lendel (2013) “Experiments in the Laboratories of Democracy: State Scientific Capacity Building,” Economic Development Quarterly, 0891242413490018.
Audretsch, D. B., O. Falck, M. P. Feldman; S. Heblich (2012). “Local Entrepreneurship in Context.” Regional Studies, 46(3):379-389.
Colyvas, J .A., Snellman, K., Bercovitz, J. and M.P. Feldman (2012). “Disentangling Effort and Performance: A Renewed Look at Gender Differences in Commercializing Medical School Research.” Journal of Technology Transfer, 1-12.
Feldman, M. P. (2012). “The Economic Logic of U.S. Science.” Science, 335(6073): 1171.
Feldman, M. P., Freyer, A. M., Lanahan, L. (2012). “On the Measurement of University Research Contributions to Economic Growth and Innovation,” in J. Lane et al. (eds.), Universities and Colleges as Economic Drivers: Measuring Higher Education’s Role in Economic Development. Albany, NY: SUNY Press: 97-128.
Feldman, M.P. and J.W. Yoon (2012). “An Empirical Test for General Purpose Technology: an Examination of the Cohen-Boyer rDNA Technology.” Industrial and Corporate Change.
Feldman, M.P. and T. D. Zoller (2012). “Dealmakers in Place: Social Capital Connections in Regional Entrepreneurial Economies.” Regional Studies, 46(1): 23-37.
Bercovitz, J., and M. Feldman. (2011). “ The mechanisms of collaboration in inventive teams: Composition, social networks, and geography.” Research Policy, 40 (10): 81-93.
Feldman, M. P. and J.W. Yoon (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. (2011). “Internet Alley: High Technology in Tysons Corner, 1945–2005.” Regional Studies, 45(2): 279-281.
Feldman, M. P. and I. Lendel (2010). “Under the Lens: The Geography of Optical Science as an Emerging Industry.” Economic Geography, 86 (2): 147-171.
Feldman, M. P. and Kogler D. F. (2010) “Stylized Facts in the Geography of Innovation,” in Hall B. and Rosenberg N. (eds) Handbook of Economics of Technical Change. Oxford: Elsevier.
Feller, I. and M. P. Feldman. (2010) “The commercialization of academic patents: black boxes, pipelines, and Rubik’s cubes.” The Journal of Technology Transfer, 35 (6): 597-616.
Lendel, I., P. Allen, and M. Feldman. (2009). “Chapter 28: University-based Economic Growth,” in Malcolm Tight, International Handbook of Higher Education, pp. 381-397.
Simcoe, T.S, Graham, S. and Feldman M.P. (2009) “Competing on Standards? Entrepreneurship, Intellectual Property and Platform Technologies.” Journal of Economics & Management Strategy 18 (3):275-816.
Feldman, M. P., & Breznitz, S. M. (2009). “The American experience in university technology transfer.” In Learning to Compete in European Universities: From Social Institution to Knowledge Business. Edward Elgar Publishing Ltd..
Slaughter, S., Feldman, M. P., Thomas, S. L. (2009). “U.S. Research Universities’ Institutional Conflict of Interest Policies.” Journal of Empirical Research on Human Research Ethics.
Bercovitz, J., and M. Feldman. (2008). “Academic Entrepreneurs: Organizational Change at the Individual Level.” Organization Science, 19(1): 69-89.
Feldman, M. P. and D. F. Kogler. (2008). “The Contribution of Public Entities to Innovation and Technological Change.” In S.Shane, editor. The Handbook of Technology and Innovation Management. West Sussex: Wiley Publishing. pp. 431-460.
Feldman, M. P. and I. Stewart. (2008).“Wellsprings of Modern Economic Growth: Higher Education, Innovation, and Local Economic Development“ Annual World Bank Conference on Development Economics- Regional 2008: Higher Education and Development.The International Bank for Reconstruction and Development/World Bank. pp. 177-200.
Feldman, M. P. and N. Lowe. (2008). “Consensus from Controversy: Cambridge’s Biosafety Ordinance and the Anchoring of the Biotech Industry.” European Planning Studies, 16(3): 395-410.
Lowe, N. and M.P. Feldman. (2008). “Constructing entrepreneurial advantage: Consensus building, technological uncertainty and emerging industries.” Cambridge Journal of Regions, Economy and Society, 1(2): 265-284.
Aharonson B. S., J.A.C Baum, and M.P. Feldman. (2007). “Desperately Seeking Spillovers? Increasing Returns, Social Cohesion and the Location of New Entrants in Geographic and Technological Space” Industrial and Corporate Change, 16(1): 89-130.
Bercovitz, J. E. L., and M. P. Feldman. (2007). “Fishing upstream: Firm innovation strategy and university research alliances.” Research Policy, 36(7): 930-948.
Feldman, M., A. Colaianni, and C. Liu. (2007). “Lessons from the Commercialization of the Cohen-Boyer Patents: The Stanford University Licensing Program,” in ipHandbook of Best Practices, Chapter 17.22.
Bercovitz, J., and M. P. Feldman. (2006). “Entrepreneurial Universities and Technology Transfer: A Conceptual Framework for Understanding Knowledge-Based Economic Development.” Journal of Technology Transfer, 31(1): 175-188.
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 P. Rozin. (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 R. Martin. (2005). “Constructing Jurisdictional Advantage.” Research Policy, 34(8): 1235-1249.
Feldman, M.P., J. Francis, and J. Bercovitz. (2005). “Creating a Cluster While Building a Firm: Entrepreneurs and the Formation of Industrial Clusters.” Regional Studies, 39: 129-141.
Feldman, M. P. and P. Desrochers. (2004). “Truth for Its Own Sake: Academic Culture and Technology Transfer at the Johns Hopkins University.” Minerva, 42(2): 105-126.
Audretsch, D. and M.P. Feldman. (2003). “Knowledge Spillovers and the Geography of Innovation” in J. Vernon Henderson and Jacque Thisse, editors. Handbook of Urban and Regional Economics: Cities and Geography, Volume 4. Amsterdam: North Holland Publishing. pp. 2713-2739.
Audretsch, D. B. and M. P. Feldman. (2003). “Small-Firm Strategic Research Partnerships: The Case of Biotechnology.” Technology Analysis & Strategic Management. 15(2): 273-288.
Feldman, M. P. and J. Francis. (2003). “Fortune Favours the Prepared Region: The Case of Entrepreneurship and the Capitol Region Biotechnology Cluster” European Planning Studies, 11(7): 765-788.
Feldman, M.P. and P. Desrochers. (2003). “Research Universities and Local Economic Development: Lessons from the History of the Johns Hopkins University.” Industry & Innovation, 10(1): 5-24.
Feldman, M.P. (2003). “Entrepreneurship and American Research Universities: Evolution in Technology Transfer” in David Hart, editor. The Emergence of Entrepreneurship Policy: Governance, Start-Ups, and Growth in the U.S. Knowledge Economy. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press. pp. 92-112.
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.
Feldman, M. P. and M. R. Kelley. (2003). ““Leveraging Research and Development: Assessing the Impact of the U.S. Advanced Technology Program.” Small Business Economics, 20(2): 153-165.
Audretsch, D. B., B. Bozeman, K. L. Combs, M. P. Feldman, A. N. Link, D. S. Siegel, P. Stephan, G. Tassey, and C. Wessner. (2002). “The Economics of Science and Technology.” Journal of Technology Transfer, 27: 155-203.
Feldman, M. P. and M. R. Kelley. (2002). “How States Augment the Capabilities of Technology-Pioneering Firms.” Growth and Change, 33(2): 173-195.
Feldman, M. P., I. Feller, J. E. L. Bercovitz and R. M. Burton. (2002). “Equity and The Technology Transfer Strategies of American Research Universities.” Management Science, 48(1): 105-121.
Feldman, M. P. (2002). “The Internet Revolution and the Geography of Innovation.”International Social Science Journal, 54(171): 47-56.
Feller, I, M. Feldman, J. Bercovitz and R. Burton. (2002). “The State of Practice of University Technology Transfer Activities.” Research Management Review. 12(2): 8-16.
Bercovitz, J. E. L, M. P. Feldman, I. Feller, and R. M. Burton. (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(1/2): 21-35.
Feldman, M. P. (2001). “The Entrepreneurial Event Revisited: Firm Formation in a Regional Context.” Industrial and Corporate Change. 10(4): 861-891.
Feldman, M. P. (2001). “Government R&D Subsidy, Economic Incentives, and Knowledge Spill-overs.” Retrieved from: cs.jhu.edu
Feldman, M. P. and C. Ronzio. (2001). “Closing the Innovative Loop: Moving from the Laboratory to the Shop Floor in Biotechnology Manufacturing.” Entrepreneurship and Regional Development, 13(1): 1-16.
Feldman, M. P. (2000). “Where Science Comes to Life: University Biosciences, Commercial Spin-offs and Regional Economic Development.” Journal of Comparative Policy Analysis: Research and Practice, 2(3): 345-361
Feldman, M. P. (2000). “Location and Innovation: The New Economic Geography of Innovation, Spillovers, and Agglomeration.” in G. Clark, M. Feldman and M. Gertler, editors. The Oxford Handbook of Economic Geography. Oxford: Oxford University Press. pp. 373-394.
Feldman, M. P. (1999). “The New Economics of Innovation, Spillovers and Agglomeration: A Review of Empirical Studies.” Economics of Innovation and New Technology, 8(1): 5-25.
Feldman, M. P. and D. B. Audretsch. (1999). “Innovation in Cities: Science-based Diversity, Specialization, and Localized Competition.” European Economic Review, 43(2): 409-429.
Feldman, M. P. and F. Lichtenberg. (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 A.S. Kutay. (1997). “Innovation and strategy in space: Toward a new location theory of the firm.” In C.S. Berlugia, S. Lombardo, P. Nijkam, editors. Innovative Behaviour in Space and Time, Berlin; New York: Springer-Verlag. pp. 239-250.
Audretsch, D. B. and M. P. Feldman. (1996). “R&D Spillovers and the Geography of Innovation and Production.” The American Economic Review, 86(3): 630-640.
Audretsch, D. B. and M. P. Feldman. (1996). “Innovative Clusters and the Industry Life-cycle.” The Review of Industrial Organization, 11(2): 253-273.
Feldman, M. P. (1996). “Geography and Regional Economic Development: The Role of Technology-Based Small and Medium Sized Firms.” Small Business Economics, 8(2): 71-74.
Feldman, M. P., and Y. Schreuder. (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.
Acs, Z. J., D. B. Audretsch, and M. P. Feldman. (1994). “R&D Spillovers and Innovative Activity.” Managerial and Decision Economics, 15(2): 131-138.
Feldman, M. P. (1994). “The University and Economic Development: The Case of Johns Hopkins University and Baltimore.” The Economic Development Quarterly, 8(1): 67-76.
Feldman, M. P. (1994). “Knowledge Complementarity and Innovation.” Small Business Economics, 6(5): 363-372.
Feldman, M. P. and R. Florida. (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.
Feldman, M. P. (1993). “An Examination of the Geography of Innovation.” Industrial and Corporate Change, 2(1): 451-470.
Acs, Z. J., D. B. Audretsch and M. P. Feldman. (1992). “Real Effects of Academic Research: Comment.” American Economic Review, 82(1): 363-367.
Bathelt, H., M. P. Feldman, & D. F. Kogler, editors. (2010). Dynamic Geographies of Knowledge Creation and Innovation. Routledge, Taylor, and Francis.
Feldman, M. P., & G. D. Santangelo, editors. (2008). New Perspectives in International Business Research. Bingley, UK: Emerald JAI.
Feldman, M. P., & P. Braunerhjelm, editors. (2006, 2007). Cluster Genesis: Technology-based Industrial Development. Oxford: Oxford University Press.
Feldman, M. P., & N. Massard, editors. (2002). Institutions and Systems in the Geography of Innovation. Boston: Kluwer Academic Publishers.
Feldman, M. P., A. N. Link, & D. S. Siegel, editors. (2002). The Economics of Science and Technology : An Overview of Initiatives to Foster Innovation, Entrepreneurship, and Economic Growth. Boston: Kluwer Academic Publishers.
Feldman, M. P., & A. N. Link, editors. (2001). Innovation Policy in the Knowledge-based Economy. Boston: Kluwer Academic Publishers.
Clark, G., M. P. Feldman, & M. Gertler, editors. (2000, 2002, 2006). The Oxford Handbook of Economic Geography. Oxford, England: Oxford University Press.