Imperial College London

ProfessorRosemarieZiedonis

Business School

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Business School BuildingSouth Kensington Campus

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Publications

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Chondrakis G, Serrano CJ, Ziedonis RH, 2021, Information disclosure and the market for acquiring technology companies, STRATEGIC MANAGEMENT JOURNAL, Vol: 42, Pages: 1024-1053, ISSN: 0143-2095

Journal article

Huang J, Krull L, Ziedonis R, 2020, R&D Investments and Tax Incentives: The Role of Intra-Firm Cross-Border Collaboration, CONTEMPORARY ACCOUNTING RESEARCH, Vol: 37, Pages: 2523-2557, ISSN: 0823-9150

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Zhao B, Ziedonis R, 2020, State governments as financiers of technology startups: Evidence from Michigan's R&D loan program, RESEARCH POLICY, Vol: 49, ISSN: 0048-7333

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Serrano CJ, Ziedonis R, 2019, How Redeployable are Patent Assets? Evidence from Failed Startups, Academy of Management Proceedings, Vol: 2019, Pages: 15631-15631, ISSN: 0065-0668

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Ziedonis RH, Galasso A, 2019, Patent rights and innovation: evidence from the semiconductor industry, RESEARCH HANDBOOK ON THE ECONOMICS OF INTELLECTUAL PROPERTY LAW, VOL 2: ANALYTICAL METHODS, Editors: Menell, Schwartz, Publisher: EDWARD ELGAR PUBLISHING LTD, Pages: 423-444, ISBN: 978-1-84844-536-9

Book chapter

Hochberg YV, Serrano CJ, Ziedonis RH, 2018, Patent collateral, investor commitment, and the market for venture lending, JOURNAL OF FINANCIAL ECONOMICS, Vol: 130, Pages: 74-94, ISSN: 0304-405X

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Hochberg YV, Serrano C, Ziedonis R, 2015, Intangible but bankable, SCIENCE, Vol: 348, Pages: 1202-1202, ISSN: 0036-8075

Journal article

Ganco M, Ziedonis RH, Agarwal R, 2015, MORE STARS STAY, BUT THE BRIGHTEST ONES STILL LEAVE: JOB HOPPING IN THE SHADOW OF PATENT ENFORCEMENT, STRATEGIC MANAGEMENT JOURNAL, Vol: 36, Pages: 659-685, ISSN: 0143-2095

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Hsu DH, Ziedonis RH, 2013, Resources as dual sources of advantage: Implications for valuing entrepreneurial-firm patents, STRATEGIC MANAGEMENT JOURNAL, Vol: 34, Pages: 761-781, ISSN: 0143-2095

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Benson D, Ziedonis RH, 2010, Corporate venture capital and the returns to acquiring portfolio companies, JOURNAL OF FINANCIAL ECONOMICS, Vol: 98, Pages: 478-499, ISSN: 0304-405X

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Agarwal R, Ganco M, Ziedonis RH, 2009, REPUTATIONS FOR TOUGHNESS IN PATENT ENFORCEMENT: IMPLICATIONS FOR KNOWLEDGE SPILLOVERS VIA INVENTOR MOBILITY, STRATEGIC MANAGEMENT JOURNAL, Vol: 30, Pages: 1349-1374, ISSN: 0143-2095

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Benson D, Ziedonis RH, 2009, Corporate Venture Capital as a Window on New Technologies: Implications for the Performance of Corporate Investors When Acquiring Startups, ORGANIZATION SCIENCE, Vol: 20, Pages: 329-351, ISSN: 1047-7039

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Ziedonis RH, 2009, INTELLECTUAL PROPERTY REGIMES AND FIRM STRATEGY: PUTTING HALL AND ZIEDONIS (2001) IN PERSPECTIVE, ECONOMIC INSTITUTIONS OF STRATEGY, Editors: Nickerson, Silverman, Publisher: EMERALD GROUP PUBLISHING LTD, Pages: 313-340, ISBN: 978-1-84855-486-3

Book chapter

Ziedonis RH, 2008, On the Apparent Failure of Patents: A Response to Bessen and Meurer, ACADEMY OF MANAGEMENT PERSPECTIVES, Vol: 23, Pages: 21-29, ISSN: 1558-9080

Journal article

Ziedonis RH, 2008, On the Apparent Failure of Patents: A Response to Bessen and Meurer, Academy of Management Perspectives, Vol: 22, Pages: 21-29, ISSN: 1558-9080

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HSU DH, ZIEDONIS RH, 2008, PATENTS AS QUALITY SIGNALS FOR ENTREPRENEURIAL VENTURES., Academy of Management Proceedings, Vol: 2008, Pages: 1-6, ISSN: 0065-0668

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Ziedonis RH, 2004, Don't fence me in: Fragmented markets for technology and the patent acquisition strategies of firms, MANAGEMENT SCIENCE, Vol: 50, Pages: 804-820, ISSN: 0025-1909

Journal article

, 2003, Patents in the Knowledge-Based Economy, Publisher: National Academies Press, ISBN: 9780309086363

Book

Ziedonis RH, Hall BH, 2001, The effects of strengthening patent rights on firms engaged in cumulative innovation: Insights from the semiconductor industry, Advances in the Study of Entrepreneurship, Innovation & Economic Growth, Publisher: Emerald (MCB UP ), Pages: 133-187

Book chapter

Hall BH, Ziedonis RH, 2001, The patent paradox revisited: an empirical study of patenting in the US semiconductor industry, 1979-1995, RAND JOURNAL OF ECONOMICS, Vol: 32, Pages: 101-128, ISSN: 0741-6261

Journal article

Linden G, Mowery DC, Ham Ziedonis R, 2000, National Technology Policy in Global Markets: Developing Next-Generation Lithography in the Semiconductor Industry, Business and Politics, Vol: 2, Pages: 93-113, ISSN: 1369-5258

<jats:p>Since the late 1980s, the Cooperative Research and Development Agreement (CRADA) has been a prominent vehicle used to support collaboration between US federal laboratories and private firms. This paper examines the structure and goals of one of the most ambitious CRADAs conducted to date, the EUV CRADA, which involves three Department of Energy laboratories and leading US firms in the semiconductor industry and is aimed at the development of next-generation lithographic technologies. This large project is an important case study in ‘post-Cold-War’ technology policy and government-industry collaboration. Although the EUV project represents significant improvements in the design and management of CRADAs, it also illustrates the inherent difficulties of balancing political and economic goals in complex technology development programs.</jats:p>

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Ham RM, Mowery DC, 1999, The United States of America, Governments, Globalization, and International Business, Publisher: Oxford University PressOxford, Pages: 283-312, ISBN: 0198296053

<jats:title>Abstract</jats:title> <jats:p>In this case study, Rose Marie Ham and David Mowery suggest that the response of the US federal government to globalization has been extremely piecemeal and directed more to the creation of firm‐specific mobile competitive assets than to the upgrading of country‐specific, location‐bound assets (which, inter alia, influence the ability of a country properly to exploit the benefits of the mobile assets). Ham and Mowery illustrate their argument with reference to US policies towards technology, intellectual property rights, and human‐resource development. They suggest that, in response to the increasing internationalization of intangible assets, and the growing competition between governments for these assets, the US government has evolved what it perceives to be a ‘best of both worlds’ strategy, which, while supporting the creation and upgrading of the former assets (notably technology), tries to restrict their cross‐border mobility. Ham and Mowery believe the outcome may in fact be a ‘worst of both worlds’, contending that attention would be better directed towards the development of a more effective and feasible strategy of strengthening the quality of relative immobile assets and supporting the adoption and absorption of technology based assets.</jats:p>

Book chapter

Ham RM, Linden G, Appleyard MM, 1998, The evolving role of semiconductor consortia in the United States and Japan, CALIFORNIA MANAGEMENT REVIEW, Vol: 41, Pages: 137-+, ISSN: 0008-1256

Journal article

Ham RM, Mowery DC, 1998, Improving the effectiveness of public–private R&amp;D collaboration: case studies at a US weapons laboratory, Research Policy, Vol: 26, Pages: 661-675, ISSN: 0048-7333

Journal article

HAM RM, MOWERY DC, 1995, ENDURING DILEMMAS IN US TECHNOLOGY POLICY, CALIFORNIA MANAGEMENT REVIEW, Vol: 37, Pages: 89-107, ISSN: 0008-1256

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