July 26, 2021, Paper: "The symposium features four papers that examine how institutions shape the nature of economic exchange for technologies, firms, industries, and nations. The four papers use diverse theoretical frameworks, methodologies, levels of analysis spanning the empirical contexts of post-WWII U.S. innovation ecosystem, graphene, U.S. data centers, and global mobile money. Together, they address an interesting set of questions and advance our knowledge about how variation in the presence, attributes, and nature of various institutions shape incentives associated with innovation and market emergence, and consequently yield insights for better understanding industrial innovation trajectories, firm performance, and market entry patterns. The symposium will be of interest to scholars of technology and innovation management (TIM) and strategic management (STR)."
Non-HKS Harvard Author Website - Shane Greenstein