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Donald Siegel
Donald Siegel
Foundation Professor and Co-Executive Director-Global Center for Technology Transfer, Arizona State
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Corporate social responsibility: A theory of the firm perspective
A McWilliams, D Siegel
Academy of management review 26 (1), 117-127, 2001
117672001
Corporate social responsibility and financial performance: correlation or misspecification?
A McWilliams, D Siegel
Strategic management journal 21 (5), 603-609, 2000
8051*2000
Corporate social responsibility: Strategic implications
A McWilliams, DS Siegel, PM Wright
Journal of management studies 43 (1), 1-18, 2006
51562006
Assessing the impact of organizational practices on the relative productivity of university technology transfer offices: an exploratory study
DS Siegel, D Waldman, A Link
Research policy 32 (1), 27-48, 2003
28032003
Event studies in management research: Theoretical and empirical issues
A McWilliams, D Siegel
Academy of management journal 40 (3), 626-657, 1997
25161997
Entrepreneurial innovation: The importance of context
E Autio, M Kenney, P Mustar, D Siegel, M Wright
Research policy 43 (7), 1097-1108, 2014
18052014
Creating and capturing value: Strategic corporate social responsibility, resource-based theory, and sustainable competitive advantage
A McWilliams, DS Siegel
Journal of management 37 (5), 1480-1495, 2011
15242011
The Oxford handbook of corporate social responsibility
A Crane, A McWilliams, D Matten, J Moon, DS Siegel
OUP Oxford, 2008
14522008
Science parks and incubators: observations, synthesis and future research
PH Phan, DS Siegel, M Wright
Journal of business venturing 20 (2), 165-182, 2005
13972005
Toward a model of the effective transfer of scientific knowledge from academicians to practitioners: qualitative evidence from the commercialization of university technologies
DS Siegel, DA Waldman, LE Atwater, AN Link
Journal of engineering and technology management 21 (1-2), 115-142, 2004
13682004
Commercial knowledge transfers from universities to firms: improving the effectiveness of university–industry collaboration
DS Siegel, DA Waldman, LE Atwater, AN Link
The Journal of High Technology Management Research 14 (1), 111-133, 2003
13462003
30 years after Bayh–Dole: Reassessing academic entrepreneurship
R Grimaldi, M Kenney, DS Siegel, M Wright
Research policy 40 (8), 1045-1057, 2011
12362011
New financial alternatives in seeding entrepreneurship: Microfinance, crowdfunding, and peer–to–peer innovations
G Bruton, S Khavul, D Siegel, M Wright
Entrepreneurship theory and practice 39 (1), 9-26, 2015
11922015
Components of CEO transformational leadership and corporate social responsibility
DA Waldman, DS Siegel, M Javidan
Journal of management studies 43 (8), 1703-1725, 2006
11852006
An empirical analysis of the strategic use of corporate social responsibility
DS Siegel, DF Vitaliano
Journal of Economics & Management Strategy 16 (3), 773-792, 2007
11522007
Strategic corporate social responsibility and environmental sustainability
M Orlitzky, DS Siegel, DA Waldman
Business & society 50 (1), 6-27, 2011
11302011
The business case for corporate social responsibility
EC Kurucz, BA Colbert, D Wheeler
10492008
An empirical analysis of the propensity of academics to engage in informal university technology transfer
AN Link, DS Siegel, B Bozeman
Industrial and corporate change 16 (4), 641-655, 2007
9322007
The effects of leveraged buyouts on productivity and related aspects of firm behavior
FR Lichtenberg, D Siegel
Journal of financial economics 27 (1), 165-194, 1990
8921990
Technology transfer offices and commercialization of university intellectual property: performance and policy implications
DS Siegel, R Veugelers, M Wright
Oxford review of economic policy 23 (4), 640-660, 2007
8622007
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