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FurmanCV Apr 29 09

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Jeff Furman, Assistant Professor at Boston University, Strategy and Policy Department
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CV version: April 29, 2009
Jeffrey L. Furman
 
 Assistant Professor Strategy & Innovation Department  Boston University – School of Management 595 Commonwealth Ave. #653a Boston, MA 02215 phone: 617.353.4656  fax: 617.353.5003email: furman@bu.eduweb: people.bu.edu/furman
PERSONAL
Date of Birth: December 6, 1969Place of Birth: Philadelphia, PACitizenship: United StatesMarried to Kirsten KlipschAlexandra Furman, born March 10, 2007
ACADEMIC POSITIONS
Boston University – School of ManagementAssistant Professor of Strategy & Policy, Fall 2001-present. National Bureau of Economic ResearchFaculty Research Fellow (Productivity Program) 2004-present.MIT – Sloan School of ManagementResearch & Teaching Assistant, 1996-2001.
EDUCATION
MIT - Sloan School of Management, Ph.D., completed 2001Dissertation title: Essays on the role of location in strategyDissertation Committee: Rebecca Henderson (chair), Scott Stern, Eleanor WestneyUniversity of PennsylvaniaWharton School of Business, B.S. in Economics,
magna cum laude
 College of Arts and Sciences, B.A. in Psychology,
magna cum laude
 Free University of Berlin, Fulbright-sponsored
 
study in Business Economics
PRIMARY FIELDS
Technology StrategyEconomics of InnovationInternational BusinessStrategic Management in Science-Based Industries
 
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RESEARCH PAPERSPublished Research Articles
1.
 
“Organizational Innovation & Academic Collaboration: The role of universities in theemergence of U.S. Pharmaceutical research laboratories,” with M. MacGarvie,
 Industrial and Corporate Change
, forthcoming, 2009.2.
 
“When the pill peddlers met the scientists: The antecedents and implications of earlycollaborations between U.S. pharmaceutical firms and universities,” with M. MacGarvie,
 Essays in Economic & Business History
, 2008
.
 3.
 
“Academic science and early industrial research labs in the pharmaceutical industry,” (with M.MacGarvie),
 Journal of Economic Behavior & Organization
, 2007 (also
 NBER WP#11470
).4.
 
“Public & Private Spillovers, Location, and the Productivity of Pharmaceutical Research,”with M. Kyle, I. Cockburn, and R. Henderson,
 Annales d'Economie et de Statistique
, 2005(also
 NBER WP#12509
).5.
 
“Catching up or standing still? National innovative productivity among ‘follower’ nations,1978-1999,” with R. Hayes,
 Research Policy
(2004).
[reprinted in
Technological Change & Economic Catch-Up: The Role of Science and Multinationals.
 Grazia Santangelo, ed., Edward Elgar: Cheltenham, UK.]
6.
 
“Location and strategy: Exploring the role of location in the organization of pharmaceuticalresearch laboratories,”
 Advances in Strategic Management 
, 2003.7.
 
“The determinants of national innovative capacity,” with S. Stern and M. Porter,
 Research Policy
, 2002 (also
 NBER WP 
#7376).8.
 
“Turnarounds,” with A. McGahan,
Managerial and Decision Economics
, 2002.9.
 
“Deriving the determinants of national innovative capacity,” with S. Stern and M. Porter,
 Academy of Management Best Paper Proceedings
, 2000.10.
 
“Understanding the drivers of national innovative capacity – Implications for CentralEuropean economies,” with S. Stern,
Wirtschaftspolitische Blätter 
, 2000.
Articles Published in Monographs or Books
11.
 
“A penny for your quotes?: The impact of biological resource centers on life sciencesresearch,” with S. Stern, in
 Biological Resource Centers: Knowledge Hubs for the LifeSciences,
ed.
 
S. Stern, Washington, DC: Brookings Institution Press, 2004.12.
 
“The Drivers of National Innovative Capacity: Implications for Spain and Latin America,”(“Los Factores Impulsores de la Capacidad Innovadora Nacional: Implicaciones para España yAmerica Latina”), with M. Porter and S. Stern, in
Claves de la Economia Mundial 
, 2000.
Articles Under Submission or Revision
13.
 
“Climbing atop the shoulders of giants: The impact of institutions on cumulative research,with S. Stern [also NBER WP#12523], under 3
rd
review at
American Economic Review.
 14.
 
“False Science: The Sources and Effects of Journal Retractions,” with K. Jensen & F. Murray,under review at
Nature.
 15.
 
“Biospecimen Economics: Funding Critical Resources in the Era of Personalized Medicine,”with J. Vaught, J. Rogers, K. Myers, M. Lim, N. Lockhart, H. Moore, and C. Compton, under review at
 Nature Biotechnology
.16.
 
“Does industry matter differently in different places? A comparison of industry, corporate parent, and business segment effects in four OECD countries
 ,
 
under review at
Managerial & Decision Economics.
 
 
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Research under preparation for submission & research-in-progress
17.
 
“The fragile foundations of regional scientific advantage? Assessing the impact of US Stemcell policy on the geography of scientific discovery,” with F. Murray and S. Stern, (in preparation for Spring 2009 submission to
Management Science
)
.
 18.
 
“Institutional environments & network dynamics: The case of embryonic stem cell research,”with F. Murray, (in preparation for Spring 2009 submission to
Organization Science
)
.
 19.
 
“Mergers, academic science, and the geography of research in the pharmaceutical industry,”with E. Bruegmann (working paper in preparation).20.
 
“Do formal open access institutions democratize innovation? Experiments with life sciencematerials,” with F. Murray, (working paper in preparation).21.
 
“The consequences of scientific errors and fraud: The impact of retraction and convictions for scientific fraud on co-authors and scientific careers” (data gathering underway).22.
 
“The citation revolution meets the identification revolution,” with S. Stern and F. Murray,(manuscript in preparation).23.
 
“Intellectual property strategies in pharmaceutical research,” with J. Alcacer and M. Kyle,(data preparation complete; analysis in process).
Working papers available upon request
24.
 
“Local, regional, and national institutional effects and the organization of pharmaceuticalresearch laboratories.”25.
 
“National regulatory environments, firm characteristics, and product entry in the global pharmaceutical industry,” with M. Kyle.
Research Reports
26.
 
“The Pharmaceutical Industry,” in
The Encyclopedia of Globalization
, Robertson, R. and J.A.Scholte (ed.), New York, NY: Routledge, 2006.27.
 
Labor Market Conditions, Socioeconomic Factors, and the Growth of Applications andAwards for SSDI and SSI Disability Benefits, with D. Stapleton, B. Barnow, K. Coleman, K.Dietrich, G. Lo, and J. Bound, Report to the Department of Human Services and the SocialSecurity Administration, 1995.
RESEARCH PRESENTATIONS
1.
 
“The Fragile Foundations of Regional Scientific Advantage? Assessing the impact of the U.S.Stem Cell Policy,”
Temple University Department of General and Strategic Management,
Philadelphia, PA,
 
May 20092.
 
“The Impact of Science Policy on the Rate & Direction of Scientific Discovery,”
 AAAS / NSF  – SciSIP Workshop
, Washington, DC, March 20093.
 
“The Fragile Foundations of Regional Scientific Advantage? Assessing the impact of the U.S.Stem Cell Policy,”
 London Business School 
, Department of Strategic and InternationalManagement
 
London, England,
 
,
 
March 20094.
 
“The Fragile Foundations of Regional Scientific Advantage,”
Technology Transfer SocietyConference,
Albany, NY,
 
October 20085.
 
“The Fragile Foundations of Regional Scientific Advantage,”
 INFORMS Conference,
Washington, DC,
 
October 20086.
 
“Globalizing Innovation with National Players: Identifying New Opportunities for Research &Practice,”
 Academy of Management Conference,
Professional Development Workshop,Anaheim CA, August 2008

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