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Daniel A Levinthal

Reginald H. Jones Professor of Corporate Management

Chair, Management Department

Research Interests: industry evolution, organizational learning, technological competition

Links: CV


  • Daniel A Levinthal, "Understanding the Role of Novelty in Organizational Adaptation". In Explorations in Organizations, edited by J. March, (2008).
  • Daniel A Levinthal, "Bringing selection back into our evolutionary theories of innovation". In Perspectives on the Economics of Innovation, edited by F. Malerba, S. Brusoni, (2007).
  • Daniel A Levinthal, "Comments on the Resource Allocation Process". In From Resource Allocation to Strategy, edited by J. Bower, C. Gilbert, (2006).
  • Daniel A Levinthal, "Imprinting and the Evolution of Firm Capabilities". In The SMS Blackwell Handbook of Organizational Capabilities, edited by C. Helfat, (2003).
  • Daniel A Levinthal, "Cognition and Models of Adaptive Learning". In Economics of Change, Choice, and Structure: Essays in the Memory of Richard M. Cyert, edited by J. March, M. Augier, (2002).
  • Daniel A Levinthal, "Modeling Adaptation on Rugged Landscapes". In Simulating Organizational Societies: Theories, Models and Ideas, edited by Alessandro Lomi, Erik Larsen, (2001).
  • Daniel A Levinthal, "Organizational Capabilities in Complex Worlds". In The Nature and Dynamics of Organizational Capabilities, edited by G. Dosi, R. R. Nelson, Sidney G Winter, (2000).
  • Ron Adner, Daniel A Levinthal, "Technology Speciation and the Path of Emerging Technologies". In Wharton on Emerging Technologies, edited by G. Day, P. Shoemaker, (2000).
  • Daniel A Levinthal, "Three Faces of Learning: Wisdom, Inertia, and Discovery". In Technological Innovation: Oversights and Foresights, edited by R. Garud, P. Nayyar, Z. Shapiro, (1997).
  • Daniel A Levinthal, "Learning and Schumpeterian Environments". In Organization and Strategy in the Evolution of the Enterprise, edited by Franco Malerba, Giovanni Dosi, (1996).
  • Daniel A Levinthal, "Strategic Management and the Exploration of Diversity". In Evolutionary and Resource-Based Approaches to Strategy, edited by Cynthia Montgomery, (1995).
  • M. Fichman, Daniel A Levinthal, "Ties that Bind: History Dependence in Professional Relationships". In Research in the Sociology of Organizations, edited by S. Bacharach, S. Barley, P. Tolbert, (1991), 119 - 153.
  • Daniel A Levinthal, "Organizational Adaptation, Environmental Selection and Random Walks". In Organizational Evolution: New Perspectives, edited by Jitendra Singh, (1990), 201 - 223.
  • W. Cohen, Daniel A Levinthal, "The Implications of Spillovers for R&D Investment and Welfare: A New Perspective". In Advances in Applied Microeconomics, Vol. 5: Factors Affecting Technological Change, edited by Al Link, Kerry Smith, (1990), 29 - 45.