Smith-Doerr, Laurel
Smith-Doerr, Laurel
Professor of Sociology, UMass Amherst
Verified email at soc.umass.edu
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Interorganizational collaboration and the locus of innovation: Networks of learning in biotechnology
WW Powell, KW Koput, L Smith-Doerr
Administrative science quarterly, 116-145, 1996
117111996
Networks and economic life
WW Powell, L Smith-Doerr
The handbook of economic sociology 368, 380, 1994
16971994
The spatial clustering of science and capital: Accounting for biotech firm-venture capital relationships
WW Powell, KW Koput, JI Bowie, L Smith-Doerr
Regional Studies 36 (3), 291-305, 2002
7172002
Networks and economic life
L Smith-Doerr, WW Powell
The handbook of economic sociology 2 (3), 379-402, 2005
5842005
Network position and firm performance: Organizational returns to collaboration in the biotechnology industry
WW Powell, KW Koput, L Smith-Doerr, J Owen-Smith
Research in the Sociology of Organizations 16 (1), 129-159, 1999
5381999
Women's work: Gender equality vs. hierarchy in the life sciences
L Smith-Doerr
Lynne Rienner Publishers, 2004
1962004
Gender and commercial science: Women’s patenting in the life sciences
KB Whittington, L Smith-Doerr
The Journal of Technology Transfer 30 (4), 355-370, 2005
1932005
Opinion: Gender diversity leads to better science
MW Nielsen, S Alegria, L Börjeson, H Etzkowitz, HJ Falk-Krzesinski, ...
Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences 114 (8), 1740-1742, 2017
1902017
Women inventors in context: Disparities in patenting across academia and industry
KB Whittington, L Smith-Doerr
Gender & Society 22 (2), 194-218, 2008
1862008
The handbook of science and technology studies
U Felt, R Fouché, CA Miller, L Smith-Doerr
Mit Press, 2017
1532017
The meaning of success: network position and the social construction of project outcomes in an R&D lab
L Smith-Doerr, IM Manev, P Rizova
Journal of Engineering and Technology Management 21 (1-2), 51-81, 2004
1242004
Flexibility and fairness: Effects of the network form of organization on gender equity in life science careers
L Smith-Doerr
Sociological Perspectives 47 (1), 25-54, 2004
942004
Institutionalizing the network form: How life scientists legitimate work in the biotechnology industry
L Smith-Doerr
Sociological Forum 20 (2), 271-299, 2005
622005
Networks and Economic Life. S. 368–402 in: NJ Smelser/R. Swedberg (Hrsg.), The Handbook of Economic Sociology
WW Powell, L Smith-Doerr
New Jersey: Princeton University Press, 1994
621994
Organizational contexts of science: Boundaries and relationships between university and industry
JL Croissant, L Smith-Doerr
The handbook of science and technology studies, 691-718, 2008
582008
Networks and knowledge production: Collaboration and patenting in biotechnology
L Smith-Doerr, J Owen-Smith, KW Koput, WW Powell
Corporate social capital and liability, 390-408, 1999
481999
How diversity matters in the US science and engineering workforce: A critical review considering integration in teams, fields, and organizational contexts
L Smith-Doerr, SN Alegria, T Sacco
Engaging Science, Technology, and Society 3, 139-153, 2017
442017
Expanding entrepreneurship: female and foreign-born founders of New England biotechnology firms
J McQuaid, L Smith-Doerr, DJ Monti Jr
American Behavioral Scientist 53 (7), 1045-1063, 2010
372010
Mind the gap: Formal ethics policies and chemical scientists’ everyday practices in academia and industry
L Smith-Doerr, I Vardi
Science, Technology, & Human Values 40 (2), 176-198, 2015
332015
Collaboration and gender equity among academic scientists
J Misra, L Smith-Doerr, N Dasgupta, G Weaver, J Normanly
Social sciences 6 (1), 25, 2017
292017
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