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Ahuja, G., Katila, R. Technological Acquisitions and the Innovative Performance of Acquiring Firms: A Longitudinal Study, Strategic Management Journal 22(3): 197-220.

Audretsch, David B. “Entrepreneurship: A Survey of the Literature.” Paper prepared for the Enterprise Directorate General, European Commission, 2002.

Branscomb, L., and P. Auserwald. “Between Invention and Innovation: An Analysis of Funding for Early-Stage Technology Development.” Paper prepared for Economic Assessment Office, Advanced Technology Program, National Institutes of Standards and Technology, Gaithersburg, MD., 69-70 November 2002. NIST GCR 02-841.

Brau, J., Francis, F., Kohers, N. The Choice of IPO versus Takeover: Empirical Evidence, Journal of Business 76: 583-612.

McGroddy, J.C. “Raising Mice in the Elephant’s Cage,” in Lewis M. Branscomb and Philip E. Auerswald, eds., Taking Technical Risks: How Innovators, Executives and Investors Manage High-Tech Risks. Cambridge, MA: MIT Press 2001.

Poulsen, A., and M. Stegemoller. Moving from Private to Public Ownership: Selling out to Public Firms vs. Initial Public Offerings, Financial Management 37(1): 81-101.

Prabhu, J., Chandy, R., and M. Ellis. The Impact of Acquisitions on Innovation: Poison Pill, Placebo, or Tonic? Journal of Marketing 69(1): 114-130.



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REFERENCES Ahuja, G., Katila, R. Technological Acquisitions and the Innovative Performance of Acquiring Firms: A Longitudinal Study, Strategic Management Journal 22(3): 197-220. Audretsch, David B. “Entrepreneurship: A Survey of the Literature.” Paper prepared for the Enterprise Directorate General, European Commission, 2002. Branscomb, L., and P. Auserwald. “Between Invention and Innovation: An Analysis of Funding for Early-Stage Technology Development.” Paper prepared for Economic Assessment Office, Advanced Technology Program, National Institutes of Standards and Technology, Gaithersburg, MD., 69-70 November 2002. NIST GCR 02-841. Brau, J., Francis, F., Kohers, N. The Choice of IPO versus Takeover: Empirical Evidence, Journal of Business 76: 583-612. McGroddy, J.C. “Raising Mice in the Elephant’s Cage,” in Lewis M. Branscomb and Philip E. Auerswald, eds., Taking Technical Risks: How Innovators, Executives and Investors Manage High-Tech Risks. Cambridge, MA: MIT Press 2001. Poulsen, A., and M. Stegemoller. Moving from Private to Public Ownership: Selling out to Public Firms vs. Initial Public Offerings, Financial Management 37(1): 81-101. Prabhu, J., Chandy, R., and M. Ellis. The Impact of Acquisitions on Innovation: Poison Pill, Placebo, or Tonic? Journal of Marketing 69(1): 114-130. 19

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