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Janet Bercovitz

Associate Professor of Business Administration


Educational Background

Ph.D., Business and Public Policy, University of California at Berkeley, 1999
M.B.A., University of California at Berkeley, 1988
B.S., Organic Chemistry, University of California at Berkeley, 1984

Positions Held

Representative at Large, Cooperative Strategies Interest Group,, Strategic Management Society, 2014
Miller Faculty Fellow in the Academy for Entrepreneurial Leadership, University of Illinois, 2010
Associate Professor of Business Administration, University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign, 2009
Assistant Professor of Business Administration, University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign, 2005-2009
Associate Professor, Duke University, 2001-2005
Assistant Professor, Duke University, 1997-2000
Market Analyst/Consultant, Technology Forecasters, 1988-1990
Chemist, American Pharmaseal, 1985-1986

Recent Publications

Feldman, M., Feller, I., Bercovitz, J., Burton, R. Forthcoming. University Technology Transfer and the System of Innovation. In M. Feldman & N. Massard (Ed.), Institutions and Systems in the Geography of Innovation. Norwell, Massachusetts: Kluwer Academic Publishers.

Agarwal-Tronetti, R., Anand, J., Bercovitz, J., Croson, R. 2012. Spillovers Across Organizational Architectures: The Role of Prior Resource Allocation and Communication in Post-Acquisition Coordination Outcomes. Strategic Management Journal, 33: 710-733

Colyvas, J., Snellman, K., Bercovitz, J., Feldman, M. 2012. Disentangling Effort and Performance: A Renewed Look at Gender Differences in Commercializing Medical School Research. Journal of Technology Transfer, 37: 478-489

Service Activities

Associate Editor, Journal of Technology Transfer, 2011-2014
Editorial Board Member, Organization Science, 2007-2014
Editorial Board Member, Strategic Management Journal, 2007-2014

Teaching and Research Interests

Research interests include organizational structure, contractual relationships, franchising, technology-transfer, business strategy, transaction cost economics, and entrepreneurship