Matthew J. Higgins

David Eccles School of Business
University of Utah
1731 E Campus Center Drive
Salt Lake City, UT 84112

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NBER Program Affiliations: PR
NBER Affiliation: Research Associate
Institutional Affiliations: University of Utah and Max Planck Institute for Innovation and Competition

NBER Working Papers and Publications

July 2020The Role of Assets In Place: Loss of Market Exclusivity and Investment
with Mathias J. Kronlund, Ji Min Park, Joshua Pollet: w27588
October 2018Moving Beyond the Valley of Death: Regulation and Venture Capital Investments in Early-Stage Biopharmaceutical Firms
with Yujin Kim, Chirantan Chatterjee: w25202
August 2018Unpacking the effects of adverse regulatory events: Evidence from pharmaceutical relabeling
with Xin Yan, Chirantan Chatterjee: w24957
October 2016Accounting for Price Endogeneity in Airline Itinerary Choice Models: An Application to Continental U.S. Markets
with Virginie Lurkin, Laurie A. Garrow, Jeffrey P. Newman, Michael Schyns: w22730

Published: Virginie Lurkin & Laurie A. Garrow & Matthew J. Higgins & Jeffrey P. Newman & Michael Schyns, 2017. "Accounting for price endogeneity in airline itinerary choice models: An application to Continental U.S. markets," Transportation Research Part A: Policy and Practice, vol 100, pages 228-246. citation courtesy of

July 2015Corporate Venture Capital as a Real Option in the Markets for Technology
with Marco Ceccagnoli, Hyunsung D. Kang: w21424

Published: Marco Ceccagnoli & Matthew J. Higgins & Hyunsung D. Kang, 2018. "Corporate venture capital as a real option in the markets for technology," Strategic Management Journal, vol 39(13), pages 3355-3381. citation courtesy of

April 2015Assets with "Warts": How Reliable is the Market for Technology?
with Vincenzo Palermo, Marco Ceccagnoli: w21103
October 2014The Direct and Indirect Effects of Small Business Administration Lending on Growth: Evidence from U.S. County-Level Data
with Andrew T. Young, Donald J. Lacombe, Briana Sell: w20543
September 2014Starving (or Fattening) the Golden Goose?: Generic Entry and the Incentives for Early-Stage Pharmaceutical Innovation
with Lee Branstetter, Chirantan Chatterjee: w20532
February 2013Behind the Scenes: Sources of Complementarity in R&D
with Marco Ceccagnoli, Vincenzo Palermo: w18795

Published: Marco Ceccagnoli & Matthew J. Higgins & Vincenzo Palermo, 2014. "Behind the Scenes: Sources of Complementarity in R&D," Journal of Economics & Management Strategy, Wiley Blackwell, vol. 23(1), pages 125-148, 03. citation courtesy of

September 2012Explaining Preferences for Control Rights in Strategic Alliances: A Property Rights and Capabilities Perspective Approach
with Carolin Haeussler: w18364

Published: Strategic Alliances: Trading Ownership for Capabilities Carolin Haeussler1 andMatthew J. Higgins2 Article first published online: 7 JAN 2014 DOI: 10.1111/jems.12047 © 2014 Wiley Periodicals, Inc. Issue Journal of Economics & Management Strategy Journal of Economics & Management Strategy Special Issue: Innovation Economics Volume 23, Issue 1, pages 178–203, Spring 2014

June 2011Regulation and Welfare: Evidence from Paragraph IV Generic Entry in the Pharmaceutical Industry
with Lee G. Branstetter, Chirantan Chatterjee: w17188

Published: RAND Journal of Economics, Volume 47, Issue 4 Pages 857–890, 2016 citation courtesy of

December 2008Conveying Quality and Value in Emerging Industries: Star Scientists and the Role of Learning in Biotechnology
with Paula E. Stephan, Jerry G. Thursby: w14602

Published: Research Policy 2011 | 40 | 4 | 605-617 Conveying quality and value in emerging industries: Star scientists and the role of signals in biotechnology Matthew J. Higgins Paula E. Stephan Jerry G. Thursby

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