Orietta Marsili
Orietta Marsili
School of Management University of Bath
Verified email at bath.ac.uk
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Survivor: The role of innovation in firms’ survival
E Cefis, O Marsili
Research policy 35 (5), 626-641, 2006
A matter of life and death: innovation and firm survival
E Cefis, O Marsili
Industrial and Corporate change 14 (6), 1167-1192, 2005
The fruit flies of innovations: A taxonomy of innovative small firms
JPJ De Jong, O Marsili
Research policy 35 (2), 213-229, 2006
Learning, market selection and the evolution of industrial structures
G Dosi, O Marsili, L Orsenigo, R Salvatore
Small Business Economics 7 (6), 411-436, 1995
The anatomy and evolution of industries
O Marsili
Books, 2001
Industrial structures and dynamics: evidence, interpretations and puzzles
G Dosi, F Malerba, O Marsili, L Orsenigo
Industrial and corporate change 6, 3-24, 1997
Technology and the dynamics of industrial structures: an empirical mapping of Dutch manufacturing
O Marsili, B Verspagen
Industrial and corporate change 11 (4), 791-815, 2002
Technological regimes and sources of entrepreneurship
O Marsili
Small Business Economics 19 (3), 217-231, 2002
Going, going, gone. Exit forms and the innovative capabilities of firms
E Cefis, O Marsili
Research Policy 41 (5), 795-807, 2012
The dark matter of innovation: design and innovative performance in Dutch manufacturing
O Marsili, A Salter
Technology analysis & strategic management 18 (5), 515-534, 2006
Born to flip. Exit decisions of entrepreneurial firms in high-tech and low-tech industries
E Cefis, O Marsili
Journal of Evolutionary Economics 21 (3), 473-498, 2011
‘Inequality’of innovation: skewed distributions and the returns to innovation in Dutch manufacturing
O Marsili, A Salter
Economics of Innovation and New Technology 14 (1-2), 83-102, 2005
The role of codified sources of knowledge in innovation: Empirical evidence from Dutch manufacturing
S Brusoni, O Marsili, A Salter
Journal of Evolutionary Economics 15 (2), 211-231, 2005
Crossing the innovation threshold through mergers and acquisitions
E Cefis, O Marsili
Research Policy 44 (3), 698-710, 2015
Technology and the size distribution of firms: evidence from Dutch manufacturing
O Marsili
Review of Industrial Organization 27 (4), 303-328, 2005
Spatial concentration of industries and new firm exits: Does this relationship differ between exits by closure and by M&A?
A Weterings, O Marsili
Regional Studies 49 (1), 44-58, 2015
Technological regimes and innovation: looking for regularities in Dutch manufacturing
O Marsili, B Verspagen
Eindhoven, ECIS-Eindhoven University of Technology, May, 2001
The distribution of Schumpeterian and Kirznerian opportunities
JPJ de Jong, O Marsili
Small Business Economics 44 (1), 19-35, 2015
Into thin air: using a quantile regression approach to explore the relationship between R&D and innovation
B Ebersberger, O Marsili, T Reichstein, A Salter
International Review of Applied Economics 24 (1), 95-102, 2010
The effects of mergers and acquisitions on the firm size distribution
E Cefis, O Marsili, H Schenk
Journal of Evolutionary Economics 19 (1), 1-20, 2009
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