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Lerner, Joshua

Works: 189 works in 1,009 publications in 6 languages and 18,096 library holdings
Genres: Case studies  Conference papers and proceedings  Periodicals 
Roles: Author, Editor, Author of introduction, Thesis advisor
Classifications: HG4963, 332.04150973
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Publications about Joshua Lerner
Publications by Joshua Lerner
Most widely held works about Joshua Lerner
Most widely held works by Joshua Lerner
The venture capital cycle by Paul A Gompers( Book )
41 editions published between 1999 and 2006 in 4 languages and held by 922 libraries worldwide
"Paul Gompers and Josh Lerner's extensive research on venture capital organizations is based largely on original data sets developed through close relationships with institutional investors in venture capital funds and investment advisors. The Venture Capital Cycle synthesizes their work. After a historical overview, the book looks at the formation of funds, the investment of the funds in operating companies, and the liquidation of these investments. The concluding chapter provides a road map for future research in this growing area."--Jacket
Venture capital and private equity : a casebook by Joshua Lerner( Book )
54 editions published between 1999 and 2012 in English and held by 815 libraries worldwide
"Now thoroughly revised to reflect the new realities in today's venture capital and private equity markets, this Third Edition addresses such timely issues as troubled portfolio companies, markedly smaller funds, and ongoing attempts to address the problematic practices of the late 1990s."--Jacket
Innovation and its discontents : how our broken patent system is endangering innovation and progress, and what to do about it by Adam B Jaffe( Book )
28 editions published between 2004 and 2011 in English and Undetermined and held by 671 libraries worldwide
"Innovation and its Discontents tells the story of how recent changes in patenting - an institutional process that was created to nurture innovation - have wreaked havoc on innovators, businesses, and economic productivity
Boulevard of broken dreams : why public efforts to boost entrepreneurship and venture capital have failed and what to do about it by Joshua Lerner( Book )
21 editions published between 2009 and 2012 in English and Undetermined and held by 468 libraries worldwide
Discussing the complex history of Silicon Valley and other pioneering centres of venture capital, Lerner uncovers the extent of government influence in prompting growth. He examines the public strategies used to advance new ventures and reveals the common flaws undermining far too many programmes
The money of invention : how venture capital creates new wealth by Paul A Gompers( Book )
10 editions published in 2001 in English and held by 403 libraries worldwide
This volume provides a meaningful framework for understanding the relationship between venture capital and entrepreneurial success
The comingled code : open source and economic development by Joshua Lerner( Book )
17 editions published between 2010 and 2013 in English and Undetermined and held by 323 libraries worldwide
Discussions of the economic impact of open source software often generate more heat than light. Advocates passionately assert the benefits of open source while critics decry its effects. Missing from the debate is rigorous economic analysis and systematic economic evidence of the impact of open source on consumers, firms, and economic development in general. This book fills that gap. In The Comingled Code, Josh Lerner and Mark Schankerman, drawing on a new, large-scale database, show that open source and proprietary software interact in sometimes unexpected ways, and discuss the policy implications of these findings. The new data (from a range of countries in varying stages of development) documents the mixing of open source and proprietary software: firms sell proprietary software while contributing to open source, and users extensively mix and match the two. Lerner and Schankerman examine the ways in which software differs from other technologies in promoting economic development, what motivates individuals and firms to contribute to open source projects, how developers and users view the trade-offs between the two kinds of software, and how government policies can ensure that open source competes effectively with proprietary software and contributes to economic development
The architecture of innovation : the economics of creative organizations by Joshua Lerner( Book )
19 editions published in 2012 in English and held by 293 libraries worldwide
The developed world is struggling with unsustainable promises and unappealing choices, and sustained economic growth represents one of the few ways out. And over the centuries, growth in advanced economies has been strongly linked to innovation. Despite the vast amounts written about innovation over the years, understanding of its drivers remains surprisingly limited. This book, by top Harvard Business School professor Josh Lerner, seeks to remedy this shortfall. It highlights that while organizational economists have made strides in understanding what combinations of incentives and organization structure can encourage innovative breakthroughs, many of these insights have not yet received the attention they deserve in the real world, or been developed in ways that can easily be applied in real situations. The author focuses on two models for encouraging innovation, the corporate research laboratory and the start-up. Each model, while proven and successful, also faces significant challenges and ambiguities. A central argument is that there remains considerable potential for hybrids between these two approaches. This book draws on important research in economics and reviews different approaches to innovation, combining this with a series of case examples to explore the challenges that face start up firms, large firms, and nations. It is essential reading for anybody faced with the challenge of innovation
International differences in entrepreneurship ( Book )
11 editions published in 2010 in English and held by 264 libraries worldwide
"Surprisingly, there has been little systematic research or comparative analysis to show how the growth of entrepreneurship differs among countries in various stages of development. International Differences in Entrepreneurship fills this void by explaining how a country's institutional differences, cultural considerations, and personal characteristics can affect the role that entrepreneurs play in its economy. Developing an understanding of the origins of entrepreneurs as well as the choices they make and the complexity of their activities across countries and industries are of central importance to this volume. In addition, contributors consider how environmental factors of individual economies, such as market regulation, government subsidies for banks, and support for entrepreneurial culture affect the industry and the impact that entrepreneurs have on growth in developing nations."--Jacket
The rate and direction of inventive activity revisited ( Book )
9 editions published in 2012 in English and Swedish and held by 166 libraries worldwide
While the importance of innovation to economic development is widely understood, the conditions conducive to it remain the focus of much attention. This volume offers new theoretical and empirical contributions to fundamental questions relating to the economics of innovation and technological change while revisiting the findings of a classic book. Central to the development of new technologies are institutional environments, and among the topics discussed here are the roles played by universities and other nonprofit research institutions and the ways in which the allocation of funds be
Venture capital, private equity, and the financing of entrepreneurship : the power of active investing by Joshua Lerner( Book )
10 editions published between 2012 and 2016 in English and Chinese and held by 133 libraries worldwide
"Venture Capital, Private Equity, and the Financing of Entrepreneurship explores the exciting world of active investing and lays out in a clear and readily accessible way their key features, ways of doing business and likely evolution. The book follows the cycle of active investing. Raising funds, considering transactions, structuring and overseeing transactions, and exiting investments are considered in turn. The focus is not just on the U.S. market, but on the increasingly global nature of these activities"--Provided by publisher
Venture capital and new technology based firms : an US-German comparison by Oliver Pfirrmann( Book )
8 editions published in 1997 in English and German and held by 121 libraries worldwide
The aim of this study is to investigate in the role of Venture Capital in the development of New Technology Based Firms in two countries: USA and Germany. Based on literature review and empirical work issues concerning the extent and stage of financing, the nature of oversight provided by Venture Capitalists and the framework conditions for Venture Capital are subject of investigation. The results have been reflected in a workshop with experts from research, industry and policy
Innovation policy and the economy by Adam B Jaffe( Book )
32 editions published between 2001 and 2014 in English and Spanish and held by 120 libraries worldwide
The economic importance of innovation brings with it an active debate on the impact public policy has on the innovation process. This annual series, sponsored by the National Bureau of Economic Research, brings the work of leading academic researchers to the broader policy community. This volume considers such topics as the implications of software outsourcing for American technology leadership; the complementary roles of large corporations and entrepreneurs in developing innovative technology; city-level policy and planning that establishes a "jurisdictional advantage" in the value of local resources; the effect of taxes on entrepreneurship; and how to incorporate innovation into the analysis of business mergers. These papers highlight the role economic theory and empirical analysis can play in evaluating policies and programs regarding research, innovation, and the commercialization of new technologies
Conflict of interest in the issuance of public securities : evidence from venture capital by Paul Gompers( Book )
12 editions published in 1998 in English and held by 76 libraries worldwide
In this paper we investigate potential conflicts of interest in the issuance of public securities in a setting analogous to a universal bank, i.e., the underwriting of initial public offerings by investment banks that hold equity in a firm through a venture capital subsidiary. We contrast two hypotheses. Under anticipate the conflict. The suggests that investment banks are able to utilize superior information when they underwrite securities. The evidence supports the rational discounting hypothesis. Initial public offerings that are underwritten by affiliated investment banks perform as well or better than issues of firms in which none of the investment banks held a prior equity position. Investors do, however, require a greater discount at the offering to compensate for potential adverse selection. We also provide evidence that investment bank-affiliated venture firms address the potential conflict by investing in and subsequently underwriting less information-sensitive issues. Our evidence provides no support for the prohibitions on universal banking instituted by the Glass-Steagall Act of 1933
Does venture capital spur innovation? by Samuel Kortum( Book )
14 editions published between 1998 and 1999 in English and held by 72 libraries worldwide
While policymakers often assume venture capital has a profound impact on innovation, that premise has not been evaluated systematically. We address this omission by examining the influence of venture capital on patented inventions in the United States across twenty industries over three decades. We address concerns about causality in several ways, including exploiting a 1979 policy shift that spurred venture capital fundraising. We find that the amount of venture capital activity in an industry significantly increases its rate of patenting. While the ratio of venture capital to R & D has averaged less than 3% in recent years, our estimates suggest that venture capital accounts for about 15% of industrial innovations. We address concerns that these results are an artifact of our use of patent counts by demonstrating similar patterns when other measures of innovation are used in a sample of 530 venture-backed and non-venture-backed firms
Preliminary injunctive relief : theory and evidence from patent litigation by Jean Olson Lanjouw( Book )
13 editions published in 1996 in English and held by 72 libraries worldwide
This paper examines the suggestion that established plaintiffs request preliminary injunctions to predate on less financially healthy firms. We first present a model in which differences in litigation costs drive the use of preliminary injunctions in civil litigation. The hypothesis is tested using a sample of 252 patent suits, which allows us to characterize the litigating parties while controlling for the nature of the dispute. The evidence is consistent with the predation hypothesis. We then explore various implications of the model and the impact of policy reforms
The enforcement of intellectual property rights : a survey of the empirical literature by Jean Olson Lanjouw( Book )
14 editions published in 1997 in English and held by 70 libraries worldwide
This paper examines several recent avenues of empirical research into the enforcement of" intellectual property rights. To frame these issues, we start with a stylized model of the patent" litigation process. The bulk of the paper is devoted to linking the empirical literature on patent" litigation to the parameters of the model. The four major areas we consider are (i) how the" propensity to litigate patents varies with the expected benefits of litigation the cost of litigation affects the willingness to enforce patents, (iii) how the cost of enforcing" patents changes the private value of patent rights, and (iv) the impact of intellectual property" litigation on the innovation process itself
Innovation policy and the economy 4 by National Bureau of Economic Research( Book )
6 editions published between 2003 and 2004 in English and Undetermined and held by 35 libraries worldwide
Innovation policy and the economy by Adam B Jaffe( Book )
11 editions published between 2006 and 2007 in English and Undetermined and held by 26 libraries worldwide
Innovation policy and the economy by Adam B Jaffe( Book )
8 editions published in 2003 in English and Undetermined and held by 8 libraries worldwide
This annual series, sponsored by the National Bureau of Economic Research, provides a forum for research on the interactions among public policy, the innovation process, and the economy. Discussions cover all types of policy that affect the ability of an economy to achieve scientific and technological progress or that affect the impact of science and technology on economic growth. The books are designed to be of interest to general readers interested in public policy as well as to economists
Innovation policy and the economy ( Book )
9 editions published in 2006 in English and held by 6 libraries worldwide
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Lerner, J.
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