Dr. Brent Goldfarb is Associate Professor of Management and Entrepreneurship in the M&O Department at the University of Maryland's Robert H. Smith School of Business and the Academic Director at the Dingman Center for Entrepreneurship. Goldfarb studies new firms and industries, technological innovation and policy and research methods. Curriculum Vitae
Data from book can be found here:
Errata: Bubbles and Crashes.
Book states that Diversa is in biofuels index. Calculations and graphs omitted Diversa.
Chapter 4: Telephone is omitted from graph. Now included.
Chapter 5: Table has error - in calculations, novices was coded as 2,3 not 1,2. So factor totals are all 1 less than published in book, and each point in graph should be shifted 1 unit on x axis. This does not affect correlations reported in the data, but discussions in the text that reference factor totals should be corrected (each factor total = factor -1). Corrected graph is here and data table is here.
Sandeep Devanatha Pillai, Brent Goldfarb and David Kirsch, (2019) “The Origins of Firm Strategy: Learning by Economic Experimentation and Strategic Pivots in the Early Automobile Industry
Andrew A. King, Brent Goldfarb, and Timothy S. Simcoe (2018) “Learning from Testimony on Quantitative Research in Management.”,
Goldfarb, Brent, and David Kirsch. 2017. “Time to Commercial Viability in Nascent Industries: A Historical Study.”
Evan Starr and Brent Goldfarb. “A Binned Scatterplot Is Worth a Hundred Regressions: Diffusing a Simple Tool to Make Empirical Research Easier and Better,” September 29, 2018. https://papers.ssrn.com/sol3/papers.cfm?abstract_id=3257345., Revise and Resubmit, Strategic Management Journal
Moran Lazar, Ella Miron-Spektor, Miriam Erez, Gilad Chen, Brent Goldfarb & Rajshree Agrawal, “Entrepreneurial Team Formation: An Integrative Review and a Proposed Research Agenda”.
Brent Goldfarb and Liyue Yan, “Revisiting the Categorical Imperative: Securities Analysts and the Illegitimacy Discount: Zuckerman (1999)”. Revise and Resubmit Strategic Management Journal.
Bekhzod Khoshimov, Jon Eckhardt, and Brent Goldfarb: Entrepreneurs, signaling and education.
Rafael Corredoira, Brent Goldfarb, Anne Marie Knott, and Seojin Kim: Did Bayh Dole Accelerate Commercialization of Publicly-Funded R&D?
Rafael Corredoira, Brent Goldfarb, Rachelle Sampson and Yuan Shi: Missing the Forest for the Tree: Shortermism & Influence of US Public Firms.
Brent Goldfarb, Evan Starr & David Waguespack, “Verifying Published Work: The Case of Family Firms”.
Seojin Kim, Rajshree Agrawal, and Brent Goldfarb. 2017. “Mapping (Radical) Technology Evolution to Firm Capabilities: A Study of the Bionic Prosthetics Industry.”
Corredoira, Rafael A., Brent D. Goldfarb, and Yuan Shi. “Federal Funding and the Rate and Direction of Inventive Activity.” Research Policy 49, no. 9 (2018): 1777–1800.
Brent Goldfarb, Anastasiya Zavyalova and Sandeep Pillai, “Did Victories in Certification Contests Affect the Survival of Organizations in the American Automobile Industry during 1895-1912? A Replication Study.” (2018) Strategic Management Journal.
Brent Goldfarb, Andrew A. King and Timothy S. Simcoe, “Heritability of trust and distrust remains unknown”, (2018) Proceedings to the National Academies of Sciences (PNAS), www.pnas.org/cgi/doi/10.1073/pnas.1719745115.
Brent Goldfarb., David Kirsch and Dave Kressler ,“Business exercise starts with $5 in seed money. Entrepreneurship & Innovation Exchange (2018) https://eiexchange.com/content/312-business-exercise-starts-with-5-in-seed-money
Brent Goldfarb and Andrew King, “Scientific Apophenia in Strategic Management Research: Significance Tests and Mistaken Inference”, (2016), Strategic Management Journal 37(1): 167-176.