Michael R. Darby

Affiliations: 
Economics University of California, Los Angeles, Los Angeles, CA 
Area:
Money and Banking, Macroeconomics, International Finance, Industrial Organization, and Science and Technology Change.
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Milton Friedman grad student 1970 Chicago (Econometree)

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Ross Levine grad student 1987 UCLA (Econometree)
Anusha Chari grad student 2000 UCLA
Qiao Liu grad student 2000 UCLA
Robert C. Liu grad student 2006 UCLA (Econometree)
Ali E. Uyar grad student 2007 UCLA
Chuen-Yueh Li grad student 2008 UCLA
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Zucker LG, Darby MR. (2009) Star scientists, innovation and regional and national immigration Entrepreneurship and Openness: Theory and Evidence. 181-211
Zucker LG, Darby MR. (2007) Virtuous circles in science and commerce Papers in Regional Science. 86: 445-470
Zucker LG, Darby MR, Furner J, et al. (2007) Minerva unbound: Knowledge stocks, knowledge flows and new knowledge production Research Policy. 36: 850-863
Darby MR, Liu Q, Zucker LG. (2004) High stakes in high technology: High-tech market values as options Economic Inquiry. 42: 351-369
Darby MR, Zucker LG. (2003) Growing by leaps and inches: Creative destruction, real cost reduction, and inching up Economic Inquiry. 41: 1-19
Zucker LG, Darby MR, Torero M. (2002) Labor Mobility from Academe to Commerce Journal of Labor Economics. 20: 629-660
Zucker LG, Darby MR, Armstrong JS. (2002) Commercializing knowledge: University science, knowledge capture, and firm performance in biotechnology Management Science. 48: 138-153
Zucker LG, Darby MR. (2001) Capturing technological opportunity Via Japan's Star Scientists: Evidence from Japanese firms' biotech patents and products Journal of Technology Transfer. 26: 37-58
Darby MR, Zucker LG. (2001) Change or die: The adoption of biotechnology in the Japanese and U.S. pharmaceutical industries Research On Technological Innovation, Management and Policy. 7: 85-125
Zucker LG, Darby MR. (1999) Comment on "the quality of government": Why do some governments have better institutions than others? Journal of Law, Economics, and Organization. 15: 280-282
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