Brent Goldfarb
Brent Goldfarb
Robert H. Smith School of Business, University of Maryland
Verifierad e-postadress på rhsmith.umd.edu
TitelCiteras avÅr
Bottom-up versus top-down policies towards the commercialization of university intellectual property
B Goldfarb, M Henrekson
Research policy 32 (4), 639-658, 2003
6622003
Form or substance: the role of business plans in venture capital decision making
D Kirsch, B Goldfarb, A Gera
Strategic Management Journal 30 (5), 487-515, 2009
2412009
The effect of government contracting on academic research: Does the source of funding affect scientific output?
B Goldfarb
Research Policy 37 (1), 41-58, 2008
179*2008
Appropriability and commercialization: Evidence from MIT inventions
E Dechenaux, B Goldfarb, S Shane, M Thursby
Management Science 54 (5), 893-906, 2008
140*2008
Was there too little entry during the Dot Com Era?
B Goldfarb, D Kirsch, DA Miller
Journal of Financial Economics 86 (1), 100-144, 2007
1222007
Affect and the framing effect within individuals over time: Risk taking in a dynamic investment simulation
MG Seo, B Goldfarb, LF Barrett
Academy of Management Journal 53 (2), 411-431, 2010
1062010
Does angel participation matter? An analysis of early venture financing
G Hoberg, B Goldfarb, D Kirsch, A Triantis
Robert H. Smith School Research Paper No. RHS, 06-072, 2009
90*2009
Scientific apophenia in strategic management research: Significance tests & mistaken inference
B Goldfarb, AA King
Strategic Management Journal 37 (1), 167-176, 2016
582016
Diffusion of general-purpose technologies: understanding patterns in the electrification of US Manufacturing 1880–1930
B Goldfarb
Industrial and Corporate Change 14 (5), 745-773, 2005
54*2005
Scholarship and inventive activity in the university: complements or substitutes?
B Goldfarb, G Marschke, A Smith
Economics of Innovation and New Technology 18 (8), 743-756, 2009
382009
Optimal inertia: when organizations should
N Dew, B Goldfarb, S Sarasvathy
Ecology and Strategy, 73-99, 2006
252006
Searching for ghosts: business survival, unmeasured entrepreneurial activity and private equity investment in the dot-com era
BD Goldfarb, MD Pfarrer, D Kirsch
Robert H. Smith School Research Paper No. RHS, 06-027, 2005
242005
Demand vs. supply driven innovations: US and Swedish experiences in academic entrepreneurship
B Goldfarb, M Henrekson, N Rosenberg
SSE/EFI Working Paper Series in Economics and Finance, 2001
242001
Inventing the entrepreneurial university
T Lenoir, N Rosenberg, H Rowen, C Lecuyer, J Colyvas, B Goldfarb
Stanford and the Co-Evolution of Silicon Valley, available at http://siepr …, 2004
212004
Small ideas, big ideas, bad ideas, good ideas:'get big fast'and dot com venture creation
D Kirsch, BD Goldfarb
Robert H. Smith School Research Paper No. RHS-06-049, 2006
152006
Inventing the entrepreneurial university: Stanford and the co-evolution of Silicon Valley
T Lenoir, N Rosenberg, H Rowen, C Lécuyer, J Colyvas, B Goldfarb
142007
Federal funding and the rate and direction of inventive activity
RA Corredoira, BD Goldfarb, Y Shi
Research Policy 47 (9), 1777-1800, 2018
92018
Finance of new industries
B Goldfarb, D Kirsch, A Shen, D Cumming
The Oxford handbook of entrepreneurial finance, 9-44, 2012
92012
Three essays in the economics of technological change.
BD Goldfarb
42003
A Binned Scatterplot is Worth a Hundred Regressions: Diffusing a Simple Tool to Make Empirical Research Easier and Better
E Starr, BD Goldfarb
Available at SSRN 3257345, 2018
32018
Systemet kan inte utföra åtgärden just nu. Försök igen senare.
Artiklar 1–20