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A. Joshi and Hemmatian, I., How do legal surprises drive organizational attention and case resolution? An analysis of false patent marking lawsuits, Research Policy, vol. 47, pp. 1741-1761, 2018.
A. Joshi, Inouye, T. M., and Robinson, J. A., How does agency workforce diversity influence Federal R&D funding of minority and women technology entrepreneurs? An analysis of the SBIR and STTR programs, 2001–2011, Small Business Economics, vol. 50, pp. 499-519 (Winner of the Best Paper Prize for the Special Issue on Minority Entrepreneurship), 2017.
A. Joshi and Lahiri, N., Language friction and partner selection in cross-border R&D alliance formation, Journal of International Business Studies, vol. 46, pp. 123-152, 2014.
A. Joshi, Innovation Policy, London, UK: , 2014, p. 5.
A. Joshi and Lahiri, N., The Power of Words: How, Why, and When Do Language Barriers Affect Alliance Formation?", in Academy of Management Proceedings, 2014.
A. Joshi, Nerkar, A., and Mallapragada, G., Which Technologies are Included in Patent Pools? How Market and Social Factors Impact Selection, in Academy of Management Proceedings, 2014.
A. Joshi and Lahiri, N., Information Asymmetry and Partner Selection in International Alliances, in Academy of Management Proceedings, 2012.
A. Joshi, Nerkar, A., and Mallapragada, G., Stocking the Patent Pool: What Do Firms Offer for Licensing and Why?, in Academy of Management Proceedings, 2012.
A. Joshi and Nerkar, A., When do strategic alliances inhibit innovation by firms? Evidence from patent pools in the global optical disc industry, Strategic Management Journal, vol. 32, no. 11, pp. 1139-1160, 2011.
A. Joshi, Inouye, T. M., and Robinson, J. A., Glass Ceiling Effects for Minority and Women Technology Entrepreneurs, Rutgers Advanced Institute for the Study of Entrepreneurship and Development (RAISED). Newark, NJ, 2017.
A. Joshi, When Are Patent Litigants Productive or Unproductive Entrepreneurs? Evidence from a Natural Experiment on False Patent Marking, 2007-2011, 2013 SMS Conference. Atlanta, GA, 2013.