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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

Muller, GM and Garnsey, EW (2009) Stockmarket listing and cleantech business development: evidence from AiM. -.

Evans, M and Garnsey, EW (2009) The Cambridge high tech cluster on the eve of the financial crisis. -.

Lubik, SJ and Garnsey, EW (2009) Realizing the potential of advanced material innovations. -.

Garnsey, EW and Brychan, T and Stam, E (2009) The emergence and development of the Cambridge inkjet printing industry. -.

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

Lubik, S and Garnsey, EW (2008) Commercializing nanotechnology innovations from university spin-out companies. Nanotechnology Perceptions, 4. ISSN 1660-6795

E, S and Petra, G and J, T and E W, G (2008) Employment growth of new firms. -.

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

Garnsey, EW and Leong, YY (2007) Combining resource based and evolutionary theory: a synthesis applied to bio-enterprise networks. -.

Cronin, R and Garnsey, E (2007) Daylight Saving in GB, is there evidence in favour of clock time on GMT?

Dee, N and Ford, SJ and Garnsey, EW (2007) Development and commercialisation of eco-innovations by new ventures.

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

Ferriani, S and Garnsey, EW and Lorenzoni, G (2007) Imprinting-deprinting-reimprinting: a process theory of intergenerational learning and spin-off entry. -.

Maine, E and Garnsey, E (2007) The commercialisation environment of advanced materials ventures. International Journal of Technology Management, 39. pp. 49-71. ISSN 0267-5730

Maine, E and Garnsey, E (2006) Commercializing generic technology: The case of advanced materials ventures. Research Policy, 35. pp. 375-393.

Garnsey, E and Stam, E and Heffernan, P (2006) New firm growth: exploring processes and paths. Industry and Innovation, 13. pp. 1-20.

Lim, LPL and Garnsey, E and Gregory, M (2006) Product and process innovation in biopharmaceuticals: a new perspective on development. R&D Management, 36. pp. 27-36.

Garnsey, EW and Dee, N and Ford, S (2006) Clean technology ventures and innovation. Centre for Technology Management Working Paper Series. -.

Maine, E and Garnsey, E (2006) Commercializing generic technology: The case of advanced materials ventures. Research Policy, 35. pp. 375-393. ISSN 0048-7333

Garnsey, E and Stam, E and Heffernan, P (2006) New firm growth: exploring processes and paths. Industry and Innovation, 13. pp. 1-24. ISSN 1366-2716

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

Garnsey, E and Heffernan, P (2005) Growth setbacks in new firms. Futures, 37. pp. 675-697.

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, E and Heffernan, P (2005) High-technology clustering through spin-out and attraction: the Cambridge case. Regional Studies, 39. pp. 1127-1144.

Maine, E and Garnsey, EW (2005) Commercializing generic technology: the case of advanced materials ventures. -.

Garnsey, E and Heffernan, P and Ford, S (2005) Complex dynamic processes in the evolution of early information and communication technologies. -.

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

Maine, E and Garnsey, EW (2005) Wielding scissors skilfully: the matching process of advanced materials ventures. -.

Druilhe, C and Garnsey, E (2004) Do academic spin-off firms differ and does it matter? Journal of Technology Transfer, 29. pp. 269-285.

Maine, E and Garnsey, EW (2004) Challenges facing new firms commercialising nanomaterials. -.

Garnsey, E (2004) Complex processes and innovative places; the evolution of high tech Cambridge and Sophia-Antipolis. International Journal of Technology Management, 28. pp. 336-355. ISSN 0267-5730

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

Hugo, O and Garnsey, EW (2004) From obstacle to opportunity: problem-solving and competence creation in new firms. -.

Garnsey, E and Longhi, C (2004) High technology locations and globalisation: converse paths, common processes. International Journal of Technology Management, 28. pp. 336-355.

Garnsey, E and Longhi, C (2004) High technology locations and globalisation: converse paths, common processes. International Journal of Technology Management, 28. pp. 336-355. ISSN 0267-5730

Hugo, O and Garnsey, E (2004) Problem-solving and competence creation in new firms. Managerial and Decision Economics, 26. pp. 139-148. ISSN 0143-6570

Lisa, L and E W, G and M J, G (2004) Product and process innovation in biopharmaceuticals: a new perspective on development. -.

Garnsey, E (2003) Developmental conditions of UK biopharmaceutical ventures. Innovation: Management, Policy & Practice, 5. pp. 99-119.

Rees, B and Garnsey, E (2003) Analysing competence: gender and identity at work. Gender, Work and Organization, 10. 551-578(28).

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

Druilhe, C and Garnsey, EW (2003) Do academic spin-outs differ and does it matter? -.

Garnsey, EW and Heffernan, P (2003) Growth setbacks in new firms. -.

Garnsey, E and Stam, E and Heffernan, P and Hugo, O (2003) New firm growth: exploring processes and paths. Erasmus Research Institute of Management.

Garnsey, E (2002) Caso inglese, Il: l'impresa business e civic nell'high tech di Cambridge. Studi Organizzativi, 1-2. 23-.

Hugo, O and Garnsey, E (2002) Hotmail: delivering e-mail to the world. European Case Clearing House (ECCH).

Heffernan, P and Garnsey, EW (2002) Technology and knowledge based business in the Cambridge area: a review of evidence. Centre for Technology Management, Institute of Manufacturing.

Heffernan, P and Garnsey, EW (2002) Technology and knowledge based business in the Cambridge area: a review of the evidence. -.

Heffernan, P and Garnsey, E (2002) Technology and knowledge based business in the Cambridge area: a review of the evidence. 27pp.-.

Hugo, OA and Garnsey, EW (2001) Investigating the growth paths of young technology-based firms: a process approach. Centre for Technology Management, Institute of Manufacturing.

Druilhe, C and Garnsey, EW (2000) Emergence and growth of high-tech activity in Cambridge and Grenoble. Entrepreneurship and Regional Development, 12. pp. 163-171. ISSN 0898-5626

Miller, D and Garnsey, E (2000) Entrepreneurs and technology diffusion - how diffusion research can benefit from a greater understanding of entrepreneurship. Technology in Society, 22. pp. 445-465. ISSN 0160-791X

Garnsey, EW and Minshall, THW (2000) Growing enterprises in evolving technology-based industries: a pilot study.

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

Best, MH and Garnsey, E (1999) Edith Penrose, 1914-1996. The Economic Journal: Royal Economic Society, 109. F187-F201.

Garnsey, EW and Smith, HL (1998) Proximity and complexity in the emergence of high technology industry: the Oxbridge comparison. Geoforum, 29. pp. 433-450. ISSN 0016-7185

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, EW and Lawton Smith, H (1998) The high tech race: Oxford v Cambridge. Local Economy, 13. pp. 39-50. ISSN 0269-0942

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, E (1997) Science-based enterprise: Threat or opportunity. Physics World, 10. pp. 15-17. ISSN 0953-8585

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 (1995) Technological collaboration in industry- strategy, policy and internationalization in innovation. R & D Management, 25. pp. 247-248. ISSN 0033-6807

Apter, T and Garnsey, E (1994) Enacting inequality- structure, agency, and gender. Womens Studies International Forum, 17. pp. 19-31. ISSN 0277-5395

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 and Alford, H and Roberts, J (1992) Acquisition as long-term venture: cases from high technology industry. Journal of General Management, 18. pp. 15-34.

Garnsey, E (1992) An early academic enterprise - a study of technology-transfer. Business History, 34. pp. 79-98. ISSN 0007-6791

Fleck, V and Garnsey, E (1988) Managing growth at Acorn Computers. Journal of General Management, 13. pp. 4-23. ISSN 0306-3070

Craig, C and Garnsey, EW and Rubery, J (1985) Labor-market segmentation and womens employment - a case-study from the United Kingdom. International Labour Review, 124. pp. 267-280. ISSN 0020-7780

Garnsey, E (1982) Capital accumulation and the division of labor in the soviet-union. Cambridge Journal of Economics, 6. pp. 15-31. ISSN 0309-166X

Garnsey, E (1981) The rediscovery of the division of labor. Theory and Society, 10. pp. 337-358. ISSN 0304-2421

Garnsey, E (1978) Review: Economy and class-structure - Crompton, R. and Gubbay, J. Sociology, 12. pp. 578-579. ISSN 0038-0385

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

Book Section

Dee, N and Ford, SJ and Garnsey, EW (2008) Obstacles to commercialization of clean technology innovations from UK ventures. In: Sustainable Innovation and Entrepreneurship. New Perspectives in Research on Corporate Sustainability . Edward Elgar Publishing Ltd, Cheltenham, pp. 97-118.

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.

Stam, E and Garnsey, EW (2007) Entrepreneurship in the knowledge economy. In: Entrepreneurship in the Knowledge Economy. Institute for Manufacturing, Cambridge, UK, Cambridge, UK, -.

Stam, E and Garnsey, E (2006) New firms evolving in the knowledge economy; problems and solutions around turning points. In: Understanding the Dynamics of a Knowledge Economy. Studies in Evolutionary Political Economy Series . Edward Elgar, Cheltenham, pp. 102-128.

Stam, E and Garnsey, E and Heffernan, P (2006) A Penrosean theory of the firm: implications and applications for new firm growth. In: Economics of the Firm: Analysis, Evolution, History. Studies in Global Competition, 28 . Routledge, London, UK.

S J, F and E W, G and Michael, L (2006) Afterword. In: Complexity and Co-Evolution: Continuity and Change in Socio-Economic Systems. Edward Elgar, Cheltenham, UK, pp. 204-213.

Garnsey, EW and Heffernan, PH and Ford, SJ (2006) Diversity and uniformity in the evolution of early information and communication technologies. In: Complexity and Co-evolution: Continuity and Change in Socio-Economic Systems. Edward Elgar, Cheltenham, UK, pp. 177-203.

Moore, I and Garnsey, EW (2006) Funding for innovation in small firms: the role of government. In: Entrepreneurship and Technology Policy. Edward Elgar, Cheltenham, UK, pp. 3-15.

Druilhe, C and Garnsey, E (2006) University spin-out firms: patterns of development based on expertise. In: High-Tech Entrepreneurship: Managing Innovation, Variety and Uncertainty. Routledge, London, UK, pp. 158-173.

McGlade, J and Garnsey, EW (2006) The nature of complexity. In: Complexity and Co-Evolution: Continuity and Change in Socio-Economic Systems. Edward Elgar, Cheltenham, UK, pp. 1-22.

Garnsey, E (2002) Growth of new ventures: analysis after Penrose. In: The Growth of the Firm: the Legacy of Edith Penrose. Oxford University Press, pp. 101-125.

Garnsey, E (2002) Growth paths of new firms, insight from Penrose. In: The Growth of the Firm: The Legacy of Edith Penrose. Oxford University Press, Oxford, UK.

Hugo, O and Garnsey, E (2002) Hotmail and Co.: the emergence of electronic messaging and the growth of four entrepreneurial entrants. In: New technology-based firms in the new millennium: volume II, 2. Pergamon, pp. 97-123.

Hugo, O and Garnsey, E (2002) The emergence of electronic messaging and the growth of four entrepreneurial entrants. In: New Technology Based Firms in the New Millennium. Pergamon Press, Manchester, UK, pp. 97-124.

Garnsey, E (2002) The growth of new ventures: analysis after Penrose. In: The growth of the firm: the legacy of Edith Penrose. Oxford University Press, Oxford, pp. 101-125.

Garnsey, E (2002) A theory of new venture growth. In: The Growth of the Firm: The Legacy of Edith Penrose. Oxford University Press, Oxford, UK.

Garnsey, E (2001) Knowledge based enterprise in a new economy. In: New economy: new entrepreneurs: entrepreneurship in the Netherlands. UNSPECIFIED.

Druilhe, C and Garnsey, E (2001) Academic spin-off ventures: a resource-opportunity approach. In: New technology-based firms in the new millennium. Pergamon, Oxford.

Garnsey, E and Roberts, J (1992) Clashes of technology and culture: enterprise acquisition and the integration of new ventures. In: Reworking the world: organisations, technologies, and cultures in comparative perspective. Walter de Gruyter, New York, pp. 325-360.

Conference or Workshop Item

drofiak, A and Garnsey, E (2009) The Cambridge high tech cluster: resilience and response to cyclical trends. In: Centre for Technology Management Working Paper, CTM' 09, 2009-1- to --, Cambridge, UK pp. 1-35..

Weinberg, C and Minshall, THW and Garnsey, EW (2007) Small firm expectations from acquisitions in the ICT industry: a conceptual framework for stakeholder analysis. In: 15th High Tech Small Firms Conference, 2007-6-14 to 2007-6-15, Manchester, UK.

Weinberg, C and Minshall, THW and Garnsey, E (2007) Small firm expectations from acquisitions in the ICT industry: a conceptual framework for stakeholder analysis. In: 15th High Tech Small Firms Conference, 2007-6-14 to 2007-6-15, Manchester, UK.

Probert, DR and Raftis, N and Moultrie, J and Wilson, S and Garnsey, E (2005) Enhancing creativity in new product development: What can be done? In: IAMOT 14th International Conference on the Management of Technology, 2005-5-22 to 2005-5-26, Vienna, Austria.

Garnsey, E and Lorenzoni, G and Ferriani, S (2005) Technology Speciation through Entrepreneurial Spin-out; the experience of Acorn Computers and ARM. In: Conference of the European Group for Organization Studies (EGOS), -- to --, Berlin.

Garnsey, EW and Heffernan, P and Ford, SJ (2004) Complex dynamic processes in the evolution of early information and communication technologies. In: Organisations, Innovation and Complexity: New Perspectives on the Knowledge Economy Conference, 2004-9-9 to 2004-9-10, Manchester, UK.

Garnsey, E and Heffernan, P and Ford, S (2004) Diversity and uniformity in the evolution of early information and communication technologies. In: ESRC NEXSUS Conference on Organisations, Innovation and Complexity: New Perspectives on the Knowledge Economy, 2004-9- to --, University of Manchester, UK.

Garnsey, E (2004) Enterprise and economic variety, colloquium on diversity in social systems and its relation to innovation processes. In: Colloquium on Diversity in Social Systems and its Relation to Innovation Processes, 2004-7- to --, Bologna, Italy.

Garnsey, E (2004) Enterprise and economic variety. In: UNSPECIFIED.

Garnsey, E and Longhi, C (2003) High technology locations and economic development: converse paths, common processes. In: UNSPECIFIED.

Garnsey, EW and Minshall, THW (2003) New ventures in new technology-based industries: an industry evolution approach. In: Portland International Conference on Management of Engineering and Technology (PICMET '03), 2003-7-20 to 2003-7-24, Portland, OR, US.

Druilhe, C and Garnsey, E (2003) Do academic spin-off companies differ and does it matter? In: UNSPECIFIED.

Garnsey, EW and Minshall, THW (2003) New ventures in new technology-based industries: an industry evolution approach. In: UNSPECIFIED.

Druilhe, C and Garnsey, EW (2002) Tracking the emergence and progress of University spin-out cases. In: IEEE International Engineering Management Conference (IEMC '02), 2002-8-18 to 2002-8-20, Cambridge, UK pp. 322-327..

Druilhe, C and Garnsey, E (2002) Tracking the emergence and progress of university spin-out cases. In: UNSPECIFIED pp. 322-327..

Garnsey, E (2001) Theory of new venture growth inspired by Penrose. In: UNSPECIFIED.

Druilhe, C and Garnsey, E (2000) The incubation of academic spin-off companies. In: The High Technology Small Firm Conference 2000, 2000-- to --.

Monograph

Ford, D and Garnsey, E and Jelbert, C and Livesey, F (2005) Growth through high-value manufacturing. A report to the Greater Cambridge Partnership (CGP) and the East of England Development Agency (EEDA). Technical Report. Institute for Manufacturing, University of Cambridge, Cambridge.

Hugo, O and Garnsey, E (2002) Investigating the growth paths of young technology-based firms: a process approach. Technical Report. University of Cambridge, Institute for Manufacturing, Cambridge, UK.

Garnsey, E and Roberts, J (1996) Taking charge: what makes CEO succession work? Technical Report. Saxton Bampfylde International, London.

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