John Cantwell, Ph.D.
- John Cantwell, John H. Dunning and Sarianna M. Lundan, "An evolutionary approach to understanding international business activity: the co-evolution of MNEs and the institutional environment", Journal of International Business Studies, Vol. 41, No. 4, 2010, pp. 567-586.
- Invited keynote speaker at the Prebem Conference on Blurring of the Boundaries of the Firm, at Nyenrode Business School, Breukelen in March 2010.
- Invited keynote speaker at the Summer School of the Complutense University, Madrid on Innovation and Competitiveness held in El Escorial, July 2010.
S. Chan Choi, Ph.D.
- "Private Label Positioning: Quality Versus Feature Differentiation From The National Brand," (with Anne T. Coughlan) - Presented at the AMA Winter Educators’ Conference, Austin, TX, February 2008.
- 2008 Davidson Honorable Mention Award for the Best Article in Journal of Retailing 2006 (v. 82) for "Private Label Positioning: Quality Versus Feature Differentiation From The National Brand," (with Anne T. Coughlan).
Farok Contractor, Ph.D.
- Refereed Articles
- “Reconceptualizing the Firm in a World of Outsourcing and Offshoring: The Organizational and Geographical Relocation of High-Value Company Functions,” Journal of Management Studies, November 2010
- “Assessing the Relative Influence of Bargaining Power, Mutual Hostages, and Task Characteristics on the Governance Structure of Cross-border Technology Alliances,” International Journal of Technology Management, Vol. 48, No. 3, 2009.
- Doctoral Consortium
- Faculty Advisor at the Doctoral Consortium of European School on New Institutional Economics, June 2010, Corsica, France
- Non-Refereed Papers
- “The Global Firm as a Chop-Shop,” Yale Global, October 2010
- “Firm Level Determinants of Offshoring and Outsourcing of Core Activities,” Academy of Management, Montreal, August 2010
- “The Three-Stage Paradigm of International Expansion Revisited,” Academy of Management, Montreal, August 2010
- “Selecting an Appropriate Offshoring Mode: The effect of Strategic Importance of the Service, Managerial Motives and Concerns,” Academy of International Business, Rio de Janeiro, June 2010
- “The Three-Stage Paradigm of International Expansion Revisited,” Academy of International Business, Rio de Janeiro, June 2010
- “Optimal Alliance Relationships and Governance Modes.” Lecture at the European School on New Institutional Economics (ESNIE), Ninth Session, May-June 2010, Cargese, Corsica, France.
Mahmud Hassan, Ph.D.
- “Hospital Length of Stay and Probability of Acquiring Infection”, Mahmud Hassan, Howard P. Tuckman, Robert H. Patrck, David S. Kountz, and Jennifer L. Kohn, International Journal of Pharmaceutical and Healthcare Marketing , Vol. 4, No. 4, 2010, pp: 324-338.
- “Cost of Hospital-Acquired Infection”, Mahmud Hassan, Howard P. Tuckman, Robert H. Patrick, David S. Kountz, and Jennifer L. Kohn, Hospital Topics, Vol. 88, No. 3, 2010, pp: 82-89.
- “Intellectual Property Rights and Data Exclusivity Period for Biological Drugs”, Mahmud Hassan, and Lilia Hyttinen.
Scott Hemphill, Ph.D., JD
- When Do Generics Challenge Drug Patents? (with Bhaven Sampat)
- Earning Exclusivity: Generic Drug Incentives and the Hatch-Waxman Act (with Mark Lemley)
- Collusive and Exclusive Settlements of Intellectual Property Litigation, Columbia Business Law Review (forthcoming 2010)
- Deciding Who Decides Intellectual Property Appeals, 19 Federal Circuit Bar Journal 379 (2010) http://ssrn.com/abstract=1554591
- Schumer's Project Runway, Wall Street Journal, August 24, 2010 (with Jeannie Suk) http://www.law.harvard.edu/news/2010/09/03_suk.html
- Milton Handler Lecture, Association of the Bar of the City of New York Keynote Address, Antitrust Enforcement in the Pharmaceutical Industry Symposium (University of San Francisco)
- Conference on Empirical Legal Studies, Competition Law and Policy Conference (Fiesole, Italy) Department of Justice (DOJ)/FTC Joint Seminar ETH Zurich Workshop and Lecture Series on Intellectual Property Federal Trade Commission (FTC) Bureau of Economics Workshop Intellectual Property Scholars Conference (Berkeley) Next Generation of Antitrust Scholarship Conference (New York University) Stanford Law School “Free Lunch” Workshop University of Toronto Faculty of Law, Law and Economics Workshop Yale Law School, Law, Economics, and Organization Workshop
- Columbia University Institute for Social and Economic Research and Policy, Seed Grant (with Bhaven Sampat), 2010
Frank Lichtenberg, Ph.D.
- ”Spurious correlation in estimation of the health production function: A note,” Economics Bulletin 30 (3), pp. 2505-2514, September 28, 2010, with Sule Akkoyunlu, Boriss Siliverstovs and Peter Zweifel, http://www.accessecon.com/Pubs/EB/2010/Volume30/EB-10-V30-I3-P230.pdf
- "Pharmaceutical Price Discrimination and Social Welfare," Capitalism and Society 5 (1), Article 2. http://www.bepress.com/cas/vol5/iss1/art2
- "Are Increasing 5-Year Survival Rates Evidence of Success Against Cancer? A Reexamination Using Data from the U.S. and Australia," Forum for Health Economics & Policy 13 (2) (Health Economics), Article 11. http://www.bepress.com/fhep/13/2/11
- “The Effect of Patent Expiration on U.S. Drug Prices, Marketing, and Utilization,” with Gautier Duflos, Concurrences (Review of Competition Laws), forthcoming, http://www.concurrences.com/auteur/Franck-Lichtenberg?lang=en
- “Pharmaceutical Innovation and Mortality in the United States, 1960-2000. A commentary on Schnittker and Karandinos,” Social Science & Medicine 70 (2010), pp. 969-971.
- “Do New Drugs Save Lives?” (Letter to the Editor), Journal of General Internal Medicine, December 2009.
- “The impact of drug vintage on patient survival: a patient-level analysis using Quebec’s provincial health plan data,” with Paul Grootendorst, Marc Van Audenrode, Dominick Latremouille-Viau, and Patrick Lefebvre, Value in Health 12 (6), 847–856.
Sara Markowitz, Ph.D.
- “Antidepressants and Youth: Harmful or Helpful?” - Presented at the first annual meeting of the American Society of Health Economists, Madison, Wisconsin, June 2006.
Robert Patrick, Ph.D.
- "Hospital Length of Stay and Probability of Infection," with M. Hassan, H.P. Tuckman, D.S. Kountz, and J.L. Kohn, International Journal of Pharmaceutical and Healthcare Marketing, forthcoming.
- "Cost of Hospital Acquired Infection," with M. Hassan, H.P. Tuckman, D.S. Kountz, and J.L. Kohn, Hospital Topics 88(3):82-89, 2010.
- "Fair Pricing - Ethics and Dynamic Pricing: Discussion and Comments," presented at Fair Pricing - A Conference on Ethics and Dynamic Pricing, Rutgers Business School, Newark, NJ, April 9, 2010.
Andrew Toole, Ph.D.
- University of California, Berkeley, Berkeley, CA, March 2007
- KUL/ZEW Workshop on Innovation, Mannheim, Germany, December 2007
- Vassar College Economics Seminar, Poughkeepsie, NY, November 2007
- Technology Transfer Society Annual Meeting, Desert Springs, CA, October 2007
- International Industrial Organization Society, Savannah, GA, April 2007
- Wharton Technology Conference, University of Pennsylvania, Philadelphia, April 2007
Yao Zhao, Ph.D.
- Fleischhacker, A., Y. Zhao. 2010. The Dynamic Economic Lot-size Model for Clinical Trial Supply Chains: Planning for Demand Failure. (Revised for European Journal of Operational Research)
- Fleischhacker, A., A. Ninh, Y. Zhao. 2010. Inventory Positioning in Clinical Trial Supply Chains. (Under review at Operations Research)
- Martino, K., Y. Zhao, A. Fein. 2010. Resell versus Direct Models in Brand Drug Distribution.
- Martino, K., Y. Zhao. 2010. A Comparison of Prescription Drug Prices.
- Case studies
- “CTR Clinical Research: Clinical Trial Supply Management.” Spring 2010
- “Preparing for Influenza Pandemic – Just-In-Time vs. Just-In-Case Strategies.” Summer 2010
- “Resell vs. Direct Models in Brand Drug Distribution”. Expeditors International, NJ (11/2009)
- “Clinical Trial Supply Chain: Planning for Demand Failure” - Presented his paper at INFORMS 2007 in Seattle (Nov. 2007).
- Has been awarded an NSF Faculty Early Career Development Program (CAREER) grant for the year 2008. Project Title: "Project-Driven Supply Chains (PDSCs) -- Integrating Supply Chain Planning with Project Management" and the amount awarded is $400,000 over 5 years (2008-2012).