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Rahul Kapoor

Assistant Professor

Research Interests: innovation, technology management and strategy, industry evolution, firm boundaries, business ecosystems

Links: CV

  • Rahul Kapoor, Thomas Klueter (2014), Decoding the Adaptability-Rigidity Puzzle: Evidence from Pharmaceutical Incumbents’ Pursuit of Gene Therapy and Monoclonal Antibodies, Academy of Management Journal doi: 10.5465/amj.2013.0430.  Abstract
  • Rahul Kapoor, Nathan Furr (2014), Complementarities and Competition: Unpacking the Drivers of Entrants' Technology Choices in the Solar Photovoltaic Industry, Strategic Management Journal    Abstract
  • Rahul Kapoor, Patia McGrath (2014), Unmasking the Interplay Between Technology Evolution and R&D Collaboration: Evidence from the Global Semiconductor Manufacturing Industry, 1990-2010, Research Policy, 43, 555 - 569.    Abstract
  • Rahul Kapoor (2013), Persistence of Integration in the Face of Specialization: How Firms Navigated the Winds of Disintegration and Shaped the Architecture of the Semiconductor Industry, Organization Science , 24 (4), 1195 - 2013.    Abstract
  • Rahul Kapoor, Joon Mahn Lee (2013), Coordinating and Competing in Ecosystems: How Organizational Forms Shape New Technology Investments, Strategic Management Journal, 34 (3), 274 - 296.    Abstract
  • Rahul Kapoor (2013), Collaborating with Complementors: What do Firms do?, Advances in Strategic Management, 30, 3 - 26.    Abstract
  • Rahul Kapoor, Ron Adner (2012), What Firms Make vs. What They Know: How Firms’ Production and Knowledge Boundaries Affect Competitive Advantage in the Face of Technological Change, Organization Science, 23 (5), 1227 - 1248.    Abstract
  • Ron Adner, Rahul Kapoor (2010), Value Creation in Innovation Ecosystems: How the Structure of Technological Interdependence Affects Firm Performance in New Technology Generations, Strategic Management Journal, 31 (3), 306 - 333.    Abstract
  • Rahul Kapoor, Kwanghui Lim (2007), The Impact of Acquisitions on the Productivity of Inventors at Semiconductor Firms: A Synthesis of Knowledge-Based and Incentive-Based Perspectives, Academy of Management Journal, 50 (5), 1133 - 1155.    Abstract