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Recent Articles

Hallen, B. Katila, R. and Rosenberger, J. 2014. How Do Social Defenses Work?: A Resource Dependence Lens on Technology Ventures, Venture Capital Investors, and Corporate Relationships. Academy of Management Journal, 57: 1078-1101.

Li, Q., Smith, K., Maggitti, P, Tesluk, P., and Katila, R.  2013. Top Management Attention to Innovation: The Role of Search Selection and Intensity in New Product Introductions. Academy of Management Journal, 56: 893-916.

Maggitti, P., Smith, K., and Katila, R. 2013. The complex search process of invention. Research Policy, 42(1): 90-100.

Katila, R. and Thatchenkery S. 2014. “Distant Search”  “Local Search” in D. Teece, M. Augier, C. Helfat (Eds.), Palgrave Encyclopedia of Strategic Management. In press.

Thatchenkery, S. Katila, R., and Chen, E., 2012. Sequences of competitive moves and effects on firm performance. Academy of Management Best Paper Proceedings, BPS. Boston.

Katila, R., Chen, E., and Piezunka, H. 2012. All the right moves: How entrepreneurial firms compete effectively. Strategic Entrepreneurship Journal, 6(2): 116-132.

Chen, E., Katila, R., McDonald, R., & Eisenhardt, K. 2010. Life in the Fast Lane: Origins of Competitive Interaction in New vs. Established Markets. Strategic Management Journal, 31: 1527-1547.

Katila, R., & Chen, E. 2008. Effects of Search Timing on Product Innovation: The Value of Not Being In Sync.Administrative Science Quarterly, 53: 593-625.

Katila, R., Rosenberger, J. & Eisenhardt, K. 2008. Swimming with Sharks: Technology Ventures, Defense Mechanisms, and Corporate Relationships. Administrative Science Quarterly, 53(2): 295-332.

Chen, E., & Katila, R. 2008. Rival Interpretations of Balancing Exploration and Exploitation: Simultaneous or Sequential? Blackwell Handbook on Technology and Innovation Management: 197-214.

Katila, R., & Chen, E. 2006. Never Too Early, Never Too Late: Effects of Search Timing on Product Innovation. Academy of Management Best Paper Proceedings, OMT: O1-O6. Atlanta: Academy of Management.

Katila, R., & Shane, S. 2005. When Does Lack of Resources Make New Firms Innovative? Academy of Management Journal, 48(5): 814-829.

Ahuja, G., & Katila, R. 2004. Where Do Resources Come From? The Role of Idiosyncratic Situations. Strategic Management Journal, 25(8-9): 887-907.

Katila, R., & Mang, P. 2003. Exploiting Technological Opportunities: The Timing of Collaborations. Research Policy, 32(2):317-332.

Katila, R., & Ahuja, G. 2002. Something Old, Something New: A Longitudinal Study of Search Behavior and New Product Introductions. Academy of Management Journal, 45(6): 1183-1194.

Katila, R. 2002. New Product Search Over Time: Past Ideas in their Prime? Academy of Management Journal, 45(5): 995-1010.

Ahuja, G., & Katila, R. 2001. Technological Acquisitions and the Innovation Performance of Acquiring Firms: A Longitudinal Study. Strategic Management Journal, 22(3): 197-220.

Katila, R. 2000. Measuring innovation performance. International Journal of Business Performance Measurement, 2: 180-193.

Katila, R. and Mang, P. 1999. Interorganizational Development Activities: The Likelihood and Timing of Contracts. Academy of Management Best Paper Proceedings, B1-B6.  Chicago: Academy of Management.

Research in Progress

Katila, R. 2005. Innovative product portfolios by navigating markets and technology. Working paper. Stanford University. (Wharton Technology Miniconference 2004).
 
Shluzas, L.A., Sadler, J., Currano, R.M., Sanks, T. Steinert, M., Katila, R.  2013. Comparing novice and expert user inputs in early stage product design. In Proceedings of the 5th International Congress of International Association of Societies of Design Research (IASDR), Tokyo, Japan.