David H. Hsu

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and seminar participants at various universities and conferences, for comments and discussion. We acknowledge funding support from the Mack Center at Wharton, the Intellectual Property Research Institute of Australia and the Australian Research Council. The views expressed herein are those of the author(s) and do not necessarily reflect the views of the(More)
W e empirically examine the innovation consequences of organizational knowledge brokering, the ability to effectively apply knowledge from one technical domain to innovate in another. We investigate how organizational innovation outcomes vary by founders' initial mode of venture ideation. We then compare how firms established with knowledge-brokering-based(More)
Agents in two-sided matching games vary in characteristics that are unobservable in typical data on matching markets. We investigate the identification of the distribution of unobserved characteristics using data on who matches with whom. In full generality, we consider many-to-many matching and matching with trades. The distribution of match-specific(More)
a r t i c l e i n f o a b s t r a c t We document the role of entrepreneurial founder and venture capital (VC) partner co-ethnicity in shaping investment relationships. Co-ethnicity increases the likelihood that a VC firm invests in a company. Conditional on investment, co-ethnicity strengthens the degree of involvement by raising the likelihood of VC board(More)
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