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Research Policy, 36(4)

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Research Policy 

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May, 2007

Biotechnology: Its origins, organization, and outputs
Mark Ebers and Walter W. Powell [Publisher] [Google Scholar]

How do technology clusters emerge and become sustainable?Social network formation and inter-firm mobility within the San Diego biotechnology cluster
Steven Casper [Publisher] [Google Scholar]

From divergent meanings to common practices: The early institutionalization of technology transfer in the life sciences at Stanford University
Jeannette A. Colyvas [Publisher] [Google Scholar]

Vertical alliance networks: The case of university–biotechnology–pharmaceutical alliance chains
Toby E. Stuart, Salih Zeki Ozdemir and Waverly W. Ding [Publisher] [Google Scholar]

Where do alliances come from?The effects of upper echelons on alliance formation
Jerry W. Kim and Monica C. Higgins [Publisher] [Google Scholar]

Technological knowledge base, R&D organization structure and alliance formation: Evidence from the biopharmaceutical industry
Jing Zhang, Charles Baden-Fuller and Vincent Mangematin [Publisher] [Google Scholar]

Modes of organizing biomedical innovation in the UK and US and the role of integrative and relational capabilities
Jacky Swan, Anna Goussevskaia, Sue Newell, Maxine Robertson, Mike Bresnen and Ademola Obembe [Publisher] [Google Scholar]

Shareholder returns and the exploration–exploitation dilemma: R&D announcements by biotechnology firms
Peter Mc Namara and Charles Baden-Fuller [Publisher] [Google Scholar]

The myth of the biotech revolution: An assessment of technological, clinical and organisational change
Michael M. Hopkins, Paul A. Martin, Paul Nightingale, Alison Kraft and Surya Mahdi [Publisher] [Google Scholar]