Published and Forthcoming

F. Murray, S. Stern, G. Campbell & A. MacCormack (2012). “Grand Innovation Prizes: A Theoretical, Normative and Empirical Evaluation”. Research Policy, 41(10):1779-1792.

W. Ding, F. Murray & T. Stuart (2012). “From Bench to Board: Gender Differences in University Scientists’ Participation in Commercial Science.Academy of Management Journal (ACAD MANAGE J amj.2011.0020; published ahead of print October 9, 2012)

J. Furman, F. Murray & S. Stern (2012). “Growing Stem Cells: The Impact of U.S. Policy on the Organization of Scientific Research”. Journal of Policy Analysis and Management.

J. Furman, K. Jensen & F. Murray (2012). “Governing Knowledge Production in the Scientific Community: Quantifying the Impact of Retractions”. Research Policy. 41:276– 290.

F. Murray (2012).  “Evaluating the Role of Science Philanthropy in American Universities” in J. Lerner, and S. Stern, eds., Innovation Policy and the Economy, Vol. 13, University of Chicago Press for the National Bureau of Economic Research.

J. Gans & F. Murray (2012). “Funding Scientific Knowledge: Selection, Disclosure and the Public-Private Portfolio”. Chapter 1 in The Rate and Direction of Inventive Activity: A New Agenda, University of Chicago Press.

Aghion, P., Dewatripont, M., Kolev, J., Murray, F. and Stern, S. (2010) "The Public and Private Sectors in the Process of Innovation: Theory and Evidence from the Mouse Genetics Revolution." American Economic Review: Papers and Proceedings, 2010, 100(2), pp. 153-158.

F. Murray (2010). “The Oncomouse that Roared: Hybrid Exchange Strategies as a Source of Productive Tension at The Boundary Of Overlapping Institutions”. American Journal of Sociology, Vol 116(2): 341-388. 

S. Kaplan & F. Murray (2010). “Entrepreneurship and the Construction of Value in Biotechnology.” Chapter in Technology and Organizations: Essays in Honour of Joan Woodward, Vol. 29 of Research in the Sociology of Organizations, Vol. 29: 107-147.

K. Huang & F. Murray (2010). “Entrepreneurial Experiments in Science Policy:  Analyzing the Human Genome Project.” Research Policy, Vol. 39:5, pp. 567-582.

K. Huang & F. Murray (2009). “Does Patent Strategy Shape the Long-Run Supply of Public Knowledge: Evidence from Human Genetics.Academy of Management Journal, Vol. 52:6, pp. 1193-1221. (Abridged version published in Academy of Management 2008 Best Paper Proceedings)