Research

Journal Articles

“Population Boon,” Philip Auerswald (2012), The American Interest (May/June), pp. 28-35.

Entry and Schumpeterian Profits: How Technological Complexity Affects Industry Evolution,” Philip Auerswald (2010). Journal of Evolutionary Economics 20(3), pp. 553-582.

Defining Prosperity,” Philip Auerswald and Zoltan Acs (2009). The American Interest, May/June, pp. 4-13.

Creating Social Value,” Philip Auerswald. Stanford Social Innovation Review, Spring (2009), pp. 51-55.

Research and Innovation in a Networked World.” Philip Auerswald and Lewis Branscomb (2008). Technology in Society 30, pp 339-347.

“Placing Innovation: An Approach to Identifying Emergent Technological Activity.” Philip Auerswald and Rajendra Kulkarni (2008). Economic of Innovation and New Technology 17:7, pp. 733-750.

Entrepreneurship in the Theory of the Firm,” Philip Auerswald (2008). Small Business Economics, 30:2, (February), pp. 111-126.

“Schumpeter’s Century” Philip Auerswald (2007). The American Interest, 2:8 (November/December), pp. 124-134.

The Irrelevance of the Middle East,” Philip Auerswald (2007). The American Interest, 2:5 (May/June), pp.    19-37. Selected by the Council on Foreign Relations <www.cfr.org> as a “Must Read” article for 2007.

The Myth of Energy Insecurity,” Philip Auerswald (2006). Issues in Science and Technology, 22:4, pp. 65-70.

Introduction to the Inaugural Issue,” Philip Auerswald and Iqbal Quadir (2006). Innovations: Technology | Governance | Globalization, 1:1, pp. 3-7.

“Edwin Mansfield, Technological Complexity, and the ‘Golden Age’ of U.S. Corporate R&D,” Philip Auerswald and Lewis Branscomb (2005). Journal of Technology Transfer, 30:1/2, pp. 139-157.

The Challenge of Protecting Critical Infrastructure,” Philip Auerswald, Lewis Branscomb, Todd LaPorte, and Erwann Michel-Kerjan (2005). Issues in Science and Technology, 22:1, pp. 77-83.

“Valleys of Death and Darwinian Seas: Financing the Invention to Innovation Transition in the United States,” Philip Auerswald and Lewis Branscomb (2003). Journal of Technology Transfer, 28, pp.      227-239.

The Production Recipes Approach to Modeling Technological Innovation: An Application to Learning-by-doing,” Philip Auerswald, Stuart Kauffman, José Lobo, and Karl Shell (2000). Journal of Economic Dynamics and Control, 24:3, pp. 389-450.

Book Chapters

Coping with Turbulence: The Resilience Imperative,” Philip Auerswald and Debra van Opstal (2009), Innovations: Special Edition for the World Economic Forum Annual Meeting 2009. Cambridge, MA: MIT Press, pp. 203-218.

“The Simple Economics of Technology Entrepreneurship: Market Failure Reconsidered,” Philip Auerswald  (2007), in David B. Audretsch, Isabel Grilo and Roy Thurik eds., The Handbook of Entrepreneurship Policy, Northampton, MA: Edward Elgar.

“Emerging Technologies for Change: Mobilizing Entrepreneurial Networks in Developing Countries,” Philip Auerswald (2007), in David Gibson, Manuel Heitor, and Alejandro Ibarra eds.,  Connecting People, Ideas and Resources Across Communities. Ashland, OH: Purdue University Press.

“Where Private Efficiency Meets Public Vulnerability: The Critical Infrastructure Challenge,” Philip Auerswald, Lewis Branscomb, Erwann Michel-Kerjan, and Todd La Porte (2006), in Seeds of Disaster, Roots of Response: How Private Action Can Reduce Public Vulnerability, Philip Auerswald,  Lewis Branscomb, Erwann Michel-Kerjan, and Todd La Porte (2006). Cambridge, U.K.: Cambridge University Press.

“Complexity and Interdependence: The Unmanaged Challenge,” Philip Auerswald (2006), in Seeds of Disaster, Roots of Response: How Private Action Can Reduce Public Vulnerability, Philip Auerswald,  Lewis Branscomb, Erwann Michel-Kerjan, and Todd La Porte (2006). Cambridge, U.K.: Cambridge University Press.

“Leadership: Who Will Act? Integrating Public and Private Interests to Make a Safer World,” Philip Auerswald, Lewis Branscomb, Erwann Michel-Kerjan, and Todd La Porte (2006), in Seeds of Disaster, Roots of Response: How Private Action Can Reduce Public Vulnerability, Philip Auerswald,  Lewis Branscomb, Erwann Michel-Kerjan, and Todd La Porte (2006). Cambridge, U.K.: Cambridge University Press.

“Edwin Mansfield, Technological Complexity, and the ‘Golden Age’ of U.S. Corporate R&D,” Philip Auerswald and Lewis Branscomb (2005), in Albert N. Link and F.M. Scherer eds., Essays in Honor of Edwin Mansfield: The Economics of R&D, Innovation, and Technological Change. New York: Springer-Verlag.

Start-Ups and Spin-offs: The Role of the Entrepreneur in Technology-Based Innovation,” Philip Auerswald and Lewis Branscomb (2003), in David Hart ed., The Emergence of Entrepreneurship Policy: Governance, Start-Ups, and Growth in the Knowledge Economy. Cambridge, U.K.: Cambridge University Press.

“Transitional Dynamics in a Model of Economic Geography,” Philip Auerswald and Jan Tai Tsung Kim (1995), in L. Nadel and D. Stein eds., 1993 Lectures in Complex Systems. Santa Fe Institute Studies in the Sciences of Complexity, Lecture Volume VI, Addison-Wesley.

Reports

Placing Innovation: A Geographical Information Systems (GIS) Approach to Identifying Emergent Technological Activity,” Philip Auerswald, Lewis Branscomb, Sean Gorman, Rajendra Kulkarni, and Laurie Schintler (2007). Report to the U.S. Dept. of Commerce/NIST GCR 06–902, May.

Understanding Private-Sector Decision Making for Early-Stage Technology Development,” Philip E. Auerswald, Lewis M. Branscomb, Nicholas Demos, and Brian K. Min (2005). Report to the U.S. Dept. of Commerce/NIST GCR 02–841A, September.

Between Invention and Innovation: Mapping the Funding for Early Stage Technology Development,” Lewis Branscomb and Philip E. Auerswald (2002). Report to the Advanced Technology Program/NIST #NIST GCR 02–841, November.

Working Papers

Entrepreneurship, Opportunity, and Growth,” Philip Auerswald, presented at the OECD Kansas City Workshop on High-Growth SMEs, Innovation, and Intellectual Assets (Strategic Issues and Policies), May 8, 2008, Kansas City, Missouri.

“The Challenge of Protecting Critical Infrastructure,” Philip Auerswald, Lewis Branscomb, Todd LaPorte, and Erwann Michel-Kerjan (2005). Wharton Risk Management and Decision Process Center Working Paper # 05-11, October.

“Agricultural Technology 110, Quzhou, China,” Yang Xuedong and Philip Auerswald (2003). Ash Institute for Democratic Governance and Innovation, Kennedy School of Government, Harvard University, Innovations in Technology and Governance (ITG) Project Case Study.

“Valleys of Death and Darwinian Seas: Financing the Invention to Innovation Transition in the United States,” Philip Auerswald and Lewis Branscomb (2002), in Vicki Norberg-Bohm, ed., “The Role of Government in Energy Technology Innovation: Insights for Government Policy in the Energy Sector,” Belfer Center for Science and International Affairs, Harvard University, Working Paper October.

“The Production Recipes Approach to Modeling Technological Innovation: An Application to Learning by Doing,” Philip Auerswald, Stuart Kauffman, José Lobo, and Karl Shell (1998). Cornell Center for Analytic Economics Working Paper 98-10.

The Production Recipes Approach to Modeling Technological Innovation: An Application to Learning by Doing,” Philip Auerswald, Stuart Kauffman, José Lobo, and Karl Shell (1998). Santa Fe Institute Working Paper 98-11-100.

Diversity, Economic Webs, and Growth,” Philip Auerswald, Stuart Kauffman, and José Lobo, unpublished manuscript, May 1994.

Op-ed and Commentary

“A Fallen Giant Finding its Feet,” Straights Times (Singapore), August 14, 2008.

China’s Sudden Fall and Slow Recovery,” International Herald Tribune, August 12, 2008.

“China’s Quick Fall, Slow Return to Glory,” Boston Globe, August 11, 2008.

Old oil fears don’t match 2007 reality: U.S. vulnerability, economic threat are largely overstated,” San Francisco Chronicle, July 15, 2007.

“Why the Middle East Matters Less and Less,” St. Petersburg Times, June 24, 2007.

A Model to Eradicate False Gulf Between Doing Good and Doing Well,” (w/ Iqbal Quadir), The Financial Times (U.K.), January 26, 2007.

Let’s Call an End to Oil Alarmism,” International Herald Tribune, January 23, 2007.

“Calling an End to Oil Alarmism,” Boston Globe, January 23, 2007.

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