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Siegel, Donald S. 1959-

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Works: 89 works in 267 publications in 2 languages and 6,705 library holdings
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Roles: Author, Editor, Contributor, Other, Performer
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Innovation, entrepreneurship, and technological change by Albert N Link( Book )
16 editions published in 2007 in English and Undetermined and held by 294 libraries worldwide
"This book presents an analysis and synthesis of the key approaches in economics and management to innovation, entrepreneurship, and technological change. Link and Siegel provide precise definitions of key concepts, present numerous historical examples to illustrate these concepts, and outline a framework to analyze key topics and compare and contrast different theoretical frameworks. They provide a carefully explained interpretation of quantitative and qualitative finds, and emphasize international comparisons of innovation, infrastructure and technology policy." "This book will be an important guide to the area for academics, graduate, and advanced undergraduate students of Business Studies, Economics, Entrepreneurship, and Innovation Studies. The book also provides a roadmap of specific recommendations for managers and policymakers."--Jacket
The Oxford handbook of corporate governance ( Book )
14 editions published between 2013 and 2014 in English and held by 273 libraries worldwide
"The behavior of managers--such as the rewards they obtain for poor performance, the role of boards of directors in monitoring managers, and the regulatory framework covering the corporate governance mechanisms that are put in place to ensure managers' accountability to shareholder and other stakeholders--has been the subject of extensive media and policy scrutiny in light of the financial crisis of the early 2000s. However, corporate governance covers a much broader set of issues, which requires detailed assessment as a central issue of concern to business and society. Critiques of traditional governance research based on agency theory have noted its 'under-contextualized' nature and its inability to compare accurately and explain the diversity of corporate governance arrangements across different institutional contexts. The Oxford Handbook of Corporate Governance aims at closing these theoretical and empirical gaps. It considers corporate governance issues at multiple levels of analysis--the individual manager, firms, institutions, industries, and nations--and presents international evidence to reflect the wide variety of perspectives. In addition to providing a high level review and analysis of the existing literature, each chapter develops an agenda for further research on a specific aspect of corporate governance. This Handbook is the definitive source of academic research on corporate governance, synthesizing studies from economics, strategy, international business, organizational behavior, entrepreneurship, business ethics, accounting, finance, and law."--Jacket
Effects of exposure to toxic gases : first aid and medical treatment by William Braker( Book )
17 editions published between 1977 and 1979 in English and Undetermined and held by 261 libraries worldwide
Technological change and economic performance by Albert N Link( Book )
12 editions published in 2003 in English and held by 173 libraries worldwide
"This book is ideal for courses in economics, strategic management, science and technology policy, and technology management. It will also be extremely useful to technology managers, R & D employees, and technology consultants who want a parsimonious, mostly non-technical analysis of the policy implications of various new economy initiatives."--Jacket
The economics of science and technology : an overview of initiatives to foster innovation, entrepreneurship, and economic growth by Maryann P Feldman( Book )
11 editions published in 2002 in English and held by 171 libraries worldwide
"The book offers an overview presented from an applied perspective, stressing historical and institutional factors. This book will be particularly useful to students interested in pursuing research on these topics and to policy makers who want a user-friendly summary of recent studies on the economic implications of technology policy."--Jacket
Skill-biased technological change : evidence from a firm-level survey by Donald S Siegel( Book )
8 editions published between 1998 and 1999 in English and Undetermined and held by 143 libraries worldwide
A study addressed the effects of technological change using a new, rich source of firm-level data on technology usage and labor force composition. The empirical investigation is based on a survey of Long Island manufacturers' usage of computer-integrated manufacturing systems (cims) or advanced manufacturing technologies (AMTs). The study also explored whether changes in human resource management policies that enhance employee empowerment arise in the aftermath of technological change. Some of the key findings of the study are the following: (1) technological change is associated with downsizing and a shift in labor composition in favor of workers with higher levels of education; (2) the probability of technology adoption is uncorrelated with the age of the firm but is positively associated with firm size, research and development intensity, and previous technology adoptions; (3) recomposition in favor of more highly educated workers appears to be most strongly associated with integrated AMTs; (4) new technologies lead to greater empowerment for workers, where empowerment is defined as training of existing personnel, changing job responsibilities, creating new jobs and career opportunities, and increasing the extent of employee control; and (5) two major obstacles to additional investment in new technology include difficulties in quantifying the benefits from technological investments and the high cost of customizing software to fit company needs. The survey questionnaire is appended. (Contains 16 tables, 139 references, an author index, and a subject index.) (Kc)
Technological entrepreneurship ( Book )
8 editions published in 2006 in English and held by 119 libraries worldwide
The Oxford handbook of the economics of gambling by Leighton Vaughan Williams( Book )
13 editions published between 2013 and 2014 in English and held by 109 libraries worldwide
This handbook is a definitive source of path-breaking research on the economics of gambling. It is divided into sections on casinos, sports betting, horserace betting, betting strategy motivation, behaviour and decision-making in betting markets prediction markets and political betting, and lotteries and gambling machines
The Chicago handbook of university technology transfer and academic entrepreneurship by Albert N Link( Book )
6 editions published between 2014 and 2015 in English and held by 81 libraries worldwide
"As state support and federal research funding dwindle, universities are increasingly viewing their intellectual property portfolios as lucrative sources of potential revenue. Nearly all research universities now have a technology transfer office to manage their intellectual property, but many are struggling to navigate this new world of university-industry partnerships. Given the substantial investment in academic research and millions of dollars potentially at stake, identifying best practices in university technology transfer and academic entrepreneurship is of paramount importance. The Chicago Handbook of University Technology Transfer and Academic Entrepreneurship is the first definitive source to synthesize state-of-the-art research in this arena. Edited by three of the foremost experts in the field, the handbook presents evidence from entrepreneurs, administrators, regulators, and professors in numerous disciplines. Together they address the key managerial and policy implications through chapters on how to sustain successful research ventures, ways to stimulate academic entrepreneurship, maintain effective open innovation strategies, and improve the performance of university technology transfer offices. A broad and ambitious work, the handbook offers comprehensive coverage for universities of all types, allowing them to confidently handle technology commercialization and further cultivate innovation."--Publisher's website
Assessing the impact of organizational practices on the productivity of university technology transfer offices : an exploratory study by Donald S Siegel( Book )
12 editions published in 1999 in English and held by 68 libraries worldwide
We present quantitative and qualitative evidence (field research) on university technology transfer offices (TTOs). These offices negotiate licensing agreements with firms to commercialize university-based technologies. A stochastic frontier production function framework is used to assess the relative productivity of 113 university TTOs. Our field research provided a useful reality check on the specification of the econometric model. The empirical findings imply that licensing activity is characterized by constant returns to scale. Environmental and institutional factors appear to explain some of the variation in TTO efficiency. Relative productivity may also depend on organizational practices in university management of intellectual property, which potentially attenuate palpable differences in the motives, incentives, and organizational cultures of the parties to licensing agreements. Unfortunately, there are no existing data on such practices, so we rely on inductive, qualitative methods to identify them. We present detailed information on our use of these methods. This information may be useful to economists who are contemplating fieldwork. Based on 55 interviews of managers/entrepreneurs and administrators at five research universities, we conclude that the most critical organizational factors are likely to be reward systems for faculty, TTO staffing and compensation practices, and actions taken by administrators to extirpate informational and cultural barriers between universities and firms
The Flexible Electronics Opportunity by Donald S Siegel( Book )
7 editions published in 2014 in English and Undetermined and held by 63 libraries worldwide
"Flexible electronics describes circuits that can bend and stretch, enabling significant versatility in applications and the prospect of low-cost manufacturing processes. They represent an important technological advance, in terms of their performance characteristics and potential range of applications, ranging from medical care, packaging, lighting and signage, consumer electronics and alternative energy (especially solar energy.) What these technologies have in common is a dependence on efficient manufacturing that currently requires improved technology, processes, tooling, and materials, as well as ongoing research. Seeking to capture the global market opportunity in flexible electronics, major U.S. competitors have initiated dedicated programs that are large in scope and supported with significant government funding to develop and acquire these new technologies, refine them, and ultimately manufacture them within their national borders. These national and regional investments are significantly larger than U.S. investment and more weighted toward later stage applied research and development."--Publisher's description
Academic entrepreneurship : creating an entrepreneurial ecosystem ( Book )
13 editions published in 2014 in English and held by 47 libraries worldwide
Volume 16 considers the central issue of academic entrepreneurship: the factors and concepts that underpin the fostering of universitybased entrepreneurial ventures. Specifically, it contains research on the consequences of university technology transfer, with a strong emphasis on the entrepreneurial dimension of this activity. The theoretical and empirical manuscripts in this volume consider all aspects of how university stakeholders create, incubate, and accelerate ventures
Errors in output deflators revisited : unit values and the PPI by Donald S Siegel( Book )
8 editions published in 1991 in English and held by 37 libraries worldwide
Extending a methodology developed by Lichtenberg and Griliches (1989), we examine the extent of measurement error in two independent indicators of price change: the producer price index (PPI) and the U.S. Census Bureau's unit value relative (UVR). Estimation of factor analytic models is improved by the availability of more accurate and comprehensive proxies for price and quality change within industries and a more complete specification of the econometric model. We find that the UVR is a "noisier measure of price change than the PPI and that the PPI adjusts for approximately 57% of product quality change
The effectiveness of university technology transfer by Phillip Hin Choi Phan( Book )
10 editions published in 2006 in English and held by 35 libraries worldwide
In recent years, there have been numerous studies of the effectiveness of university technology transfer. Such technology transfer mechanisms include licensing agreements between the university and private firms, science parks, incubators, and university-based startups. We review and synthesize these papers and present some pointed recommendations on how to enhance effectiveness. Implementation of these recommendations will depend on the mechanisms that universities choose to stress, based on their technology transfer "strategy." For example, institutions that emphasize the entrepreneurial dimension of technology transfer must address skill deficiencies in technology transfer offices, reward systems that are inconsistent with enhanced entrepreneurial activity and the lack of training for faculty members, post-docs, and graduate students in starting new ventures or interacting with entrepreneurs. Universities will also have to confront a set of issues related to ethics and social responsibility, as they more aggressively pursue technology commercialization. Finally, we suggest some possible theoretical frameworks for additional research
Purchased services, outsourcing, computers, and productivity in manufacturing by Donald S Siegel( Book )
6 editions published in 1991 in English and held by 33 libraries worldwide
Increases in purchased services, foreign outsourcing, and investments in computers are alleged to have resulted in an understatement of input growth in manufacturing, and thus. overstatement of growth in productivity. GNP, and value-added in industries heavily engaged in these activities. Based on Census Bureau data, we examine whether the recent (post-1979) improvement in measured manufacturing productivity growth can be attributed to an increase in the rate of foreign and domestic outsourcing. Our preliminary evidence, based on data that are not comprehensive, suggests that an industry's propensity to outsource is unrelated to its acceleration in productivity. In auditing the industry numbers, we found that a non-negligible number of sectors were not consistently defined over time. Using industry and establishment-level data sets (the NBER 4-digit SIC Productivity data set and the Longitudinal Research Database), we conclude that some of these anomalies may be due to the general decline in the magnitude of information solicited from establishments by the Census Bureau in conducting its economic surveys. Another consistency problem explored in this paper is the industry reclassification of large plants. Although these definitional and sampling problems are troubling and need to be carefully documented, there does not appear to be a systematic relationship between an industry's post-1979 productivity growth and attrition or "switches" in its ASM plants. We do find, however, positive and statistically significant relationship between total factor productivity growth and an industry's rate of investment in Computers
The effect of takeovers on the employment and wages of central-office and other personnel by Frank R Lichtenberg( Book )
4 editions published in 1989 in English and held by 29 libraries worldwide
This paper presents evidence based on establishment-level Census Bureau data concerning the effects of ownership change on the employment and wages of both central-office workers and manufacturing plant employees. We find that central offices that changed owners between 1977 and 1982 had substantially lower -- about 16% lower -- employment growth during that period than central offices not changing owners. (There was, however, no significant difference in the growth of R&D employment.) In contrast, employment growth in production establishments changing owners was only 5% lower than it was in production establishments not changing owners. (The relative employment decline in production establishments changing owners occurred in the 2 or 3 years before the takeover; after the takeover, employment recovered a bit, but not enough to offset the previous decline.) This implies that the ratio of central-office to plant employees declines about 11% in firms changing owners: about 7.2 administrators per 1000 plant employees are eliminated. These findings are consistent with the view that reduction of administrative overhead is an important motive for changes in ownership. Failure to account for reductions in central-office employment results in a substantial (about 40%) underestimate of the productivity gains associated with ownership change. We also provide evidence concerning the relationship between firm size and administrative-intensity
Debenzylierungen von Keto-Mannich-Basen und Tetrahydro-1.3-oxazinen by Donald S Siegel( Book )
3 editions published in 1964 in German and held by 19 libraries worldwide
The World Scientific Reference on entrepreneurship ( Book )
2 editions published in 2017 in English and held by 18 libraries worldwide
Private equity and the innovation strategies of entrepreneurial firms : empirical evidence from the Small Business Innovation Research program by Albert N Link( Book )
6 editions published in 2012 in English and held by 12 libraries worldwide
There is great interest in evaluating the impact of private equity investments on innovation and economic growth. However, there is no direct empirical evidence on the effects of such transactions on the innovation strategies of entrepreneurial firms. We fill this gap by examining a rich project-level data set consisting of entrepreneurial firms receiving Small Business Innovation Research (SBIR) program research awards. We find that SBIR firms attracting private equity investments are significantly more likely to license and sell their technology rights and engage in collaborative research and development agreements. Our results suggest that private equity investments accelerate the development and commercialization of research-based technologies, thus contributing to economic growth. We conclude that both public investments and private investments are key to innovation performance
Universities and fundamental research : reflections on the growth of university-industry partnerships by Joanna Poyago-Theotoky( Book )
3 editions published in 2002 in English and held by 10 libraries worldwide
 
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Associated Subjects
Academic-industrial collaboration Academic spin-outs Consolidation and merger of corporations Consolidation and merger of corporations--Economic aspects Consolidation and merger of corporations--Mathematical models Contracting out--Econometric models Corporate governance Economics Educational surveys Electronic industries Employees--Effect of technological innovations on Employment (Economic theory) Entrepreneurship First aid in illness and injury Flexible electronics Flexible printed circuits Gambling Gambling--Economic aspects Gases, Asphyxiating and poisonous--Toxicology Industrial productivity Industrial productivity--Measurement--Econometric models Industrial surveys Industrial toxicology Investments--Econometric models Labor supply--Effect of technological innovations on Management Manufactures Manufacturing processes--Costs New York (State)--Long Island Price indexes--Econometric models Production (Economic theory) Quality of products--Econometric models Research, Industrial--Management Research--Economic aspects Science and state Skilled labor Small business--Finance--Econometric models Technological innovations Technological innovations--Econometric models Technological innovations--Economic aspects Technological innovations--Research Technology and state Technology--Economic aspects Technology transfer Technology transfer--Econometric models United States Universities and colleges--Economic aspects Universities and colleges--Management University-based new business enterprises White collar workers
Alternative Names
Donald S. Siegel economist (State University of New York-Albany (SUNY); Jerusalem Institute for Market Studies (JIMS))
Donald S. Siegel Wirtschaftswissenschaftler (Tätig an der Univ. of Albany, SUNY, NY, USA; Tätig an der A. Gary Anderson Graduate School of Management, Univ. of California, Riverside, USA; Tätig an der Arizona State Univ. West, Tempe, USA; Tätig an der Univ. of No...)
Siegel, D. 1959-
Siegel, D. S.
Siegel, D. S. 1959-
Siegel, Donald
Siegel, Donald 1959-
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English (169)
German (3)
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