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Tao, L and Garnsey, E and Probert, DR and Ridgman, TW (2010) Innovation as response to emissions legislation: revisiting the automotive catalytic converter at Johnson Matthey. R&D Management, 40. pp. 154-168. ISSN 0033-6807
Garnsey, E and Leong, YY (2008) Combining resource-based and evolutionary theory to explain the genesis of bio-networks. Industry and Innovation, 15. pp. 669-686. ISSN 1366-2716
Garnsey, E and Lorenzoni, G and Ferriani, S (2008) Speciation through entrepreneurial spin-off: the acorn-ARM story. Research Policy, 37. pp. 210-224. ISSN 0048-7333
Ford, S and Garnsey, EW (2007) Failing to disrupt; the case of the network computer. International Journal of Technology Intelligence and Planning, 3. pp. 6-22. ISSN 1740-2832
Garnsey, E and Stam, E and Heffernan, P (2006) New firm growth: exploring processes and paths. Industry and Innovation, 13. pp. 1-20.
Maine, E and Garnsey, E (2006) Commercializing generic technology: The case of advanced materials ventures. Research Policy, 35. pp. 375-393. ISSN 0048-7333
Lim, LPL and Garnsey, EW and Gregory, MJ (2006) Product and process innovation in biopharmaceuticals: a new perspective on development. R&D Management, 36. pp. 27-36. ISSN 0033-6807
Hugo, O and Garnsey, E (2005) Problem-solving and competence creation in the early development of new firms. Managerial and Decision Economics, 26. pp. 139-148.
Garnsey, EW and Heffernan, P (2005) Growth setbacks in new firms. Futures, 37. pp. 675-697. ISSN 0016-3287
Garnsey, EW and Heffernan, P (2005) High-technology clustering through spin-out and attraction: the Cambridge case. Regional Studies, 39. pp. 1127-1144. ISSN 0034-3404
Druilhe, C and Garnsey, E (2004) Do academic spin-off firms differ and does it matter? Journal of Technology Transfer, 29. pp. 269-285. ISSN 0892-9912
Garnsey, E and Longhi, C (2004) High technology locations and globalisation: converse paths, common processes. International Journal of Technology Management, 28. pp. 336-355.
Rees, B and Garnsey, E (2003) Analysing competence: gender and identity at work. Gender Work and Organization, 10. pp. 551-578. ISSN 0968-6673
Garnsey, E (2003) Developmental conditions of UK biopharmaceutical ventures. Innovation Management, Policy and Practice, 5. pp. 99-119. ISSN 1447-9338
Minshall, THW and Garnsey, EW (1999) Building production competence and enhancing organizational capabilities through acquisition: the case of Mitsubishi Electric. International Journal of Technology Management, 17. pp. 312-333. ISSN 0267-5730
Garnsey, E (1998) The genesis of the high technology milieu: A study in complexity. International Journal of Urban and Regional Research, 22. pp. 361-377. ISSN 0309-1317
Garnsey, E (1998) A theory of the early growth of the firm. Industrial and Corporate Change, 7. pp. 523-556. ISSN 0960-6491
Reid, S and Garnsey, E (1997) The Growth of Small High-tech Firms: Destinies and Destinations of Innovation Centre 'graduates'. New Technology Work and Employment, 12. pp. 84-90. ISSN 0268-1072
Garnsey, EW and Rees, B (1996) Discourse and enactment: gender inequality in text and context. Human Relations, 49. pp. 1041-1064. ISSN 0018-7267
Frances, J and Garnsey, E (1996) Supermarkets and suppliers in the United Kingdom: system integration, information and control. Accounting Organisations and Society, 21. pp. 591-610. ISSN 0361-3682
Garnsey, E and Wilkinson, M (1994) Global alliance in high-technology - a trap for the unwary. Long Range Planning, 27. pp. 137-146. ISSN 0024-6301
Moore, I and Garnsey, E (1993) Funding for innovation in small firms - The role of government. Research Policy, 22. pp. 507-519. ISSN 0048-7333
Garnsey, E (1992) An early academic enterprise - a study of technology-transfer. Business History, 34. pp. 79-98. ISSN 0007-6791
Garnsey, E (1981) The rediscovery of the division of labor. Theory and Society, 10. pp. 337-358. ISSN 0304-2421
Garnsey, E (1978) Womens work and the theories of class stratification. Sociology, 12. pp. 223-243. ISSN 0038-0385
Garnsey, E (1975) Occupational structure in industrialized societies - some notes on convergence thesis in light of Soviet experience. Sociology, 9. pp. 437-458. ISSN 0038-0385
Garnsey, E and Heffernan, P (2007) The Cambridge high tech cluster: an evolutionary perspective. In: Applied Evolutionary Economics and Economic Geography. Edward Elgar, Cheltenham, UK.