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Serguey Braguinsky

Serguey Braguinsky
Affiliation and department:
Other affiliations (1):
  • Robert H. Smith School of Business, University of Maryland
Papers (22):
  • Rajshree Agarwal, Serguey Braguinsky, Atsushi Ohyama. Centers of Gravity:The Effect of Shared Leadership and Stability in Top Management Teams on Firm Growth and Industry Evolution. STRATEGIC MANAGEMENT JOURNAL. 2019
  • Astebro Thomas, Braguinsky Serguey, Braunerhjelm Pontus, Brostrom Anders. Academic Entrepreneurship: The Bayh-Dole Act versus the Professor's Privilege. ILR REVIEW. 2019. 72. 5. 1094-1122
  • Serguey Braguinsky, David A. Hounshell. History and nanoeconomics in strategy and industry evolution research: Lessons from the Meiji-Era Japanese cotton spinning industry. STRATEGIC MANAGEMENT JOURNAL. 2016. 37. 1. 45-65
  • Rajshree Agarwal, Serguey Braguinsky. INDUSTRY EVOLUTION AND ENTREPRENEURSHIP: STEVEN KLEPPER'S CONTRIBUTIONS TO INDUSTRIAL ORGANIZATION, STRATEGY, TECHNOLOGICAL CHANGE, AND ENTREPRENEURSHIP. STRATEGIC ENTREPRENEURSHIP JOURNAL. 2015. 9. 4. 380-397
  • Serguey Braguinsky. Knowledge diffusion and industry growth: the case of Japan's early cotton spinning industry. INDUSTRIAL AND CORPORATE CHANGE. 2015. 24. 4. 769-790
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Books (4):
  • Experimental Capitalism. The Nanoeconomics of American HighTech Industries
    Princeton University Press 2016
  • Incentives and Institutions. The Transition to a Market Economy in Russia
    Princeton University Press 2000 ISBN:9780691009933
  • Political Economy: Problems and Ways of Renovation (in Russian)
    Muisl 1991
  • Monetary Policy in Japan
    Nauka 1989
Lectures and oral presentations  (8):
  • The Rise and Fall of the Planned Economy and Its Long-Lasting Effects on Transition
    (Conference on 100 Years of Communist Experiments 2017)
  • Entrepreneurship: Some Suggestions for a Research Agenda,
    (Doctoral Colloquium, 13th Annual Smith Entrepreneurship Research Conference 2017)
  • Firm Heterogeneity and Growth through Product Variety and Upgrading Choices
    (Society for Organizational and Institutional Economics 20th Annual Conference 2016)
  • History and Nanoeconomics in Strategy Research: Lessons from the Meiji-Era Japanese Cotton Spinning Industry
    (2015 Empirical Management Conference 2015)
  • History and Nanoeconomics in Strategy Research: Lessons from the Meiji-Era Japanese Cotton Spinning Industry
    (NBER Entrepreneurship Workgroup meeting 2015)
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