David A. Kirsch
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The financial impact of ISO 9000 certification in the United States: An empirical analysis
CJ Corbett, MJ Montes-Sancho, DA Kirsch
Management Science, 1046-1059, 2005
7862005
International diffusion of ISO 14000 certification
CJ Corbett, DA Kirsch
Production and Operations Management 10 (3), 327-342, 2001
5932001
Revisiting Burns and Stalker: Formal structure and new venture performance in emerging economic sectors
WD Sine, H Mitsuhashi, DA Kirsch
The Academy of Management Journal ARCHIVE 49 (1), 121-132, 2006
5682006
Electric Car and the Burden of History
D Kirsch
Rutgers University Press, 2000
303*2000
Form or substance: The role of business plans in venture capital decision making
D Kirsch, B Goldfarb, A Gera
Strategic Management Journal 30 (5), 487-515, 2009
2892009
The study of emerging industries: Recognizing and responding to some central problems
DP Forbes, DA Kirsch
Journal of Business Venturing 26 (5), 589-602, 2011
2162011
Does ISO 9000 certification pay
CJ Corbett, MJ Montes, DA Kirsch, MJ Alvarez-Gil
ISO Management Systems 2 (4), 31-40, 2002
1722002
Was there too little entry during the Dot Com Era?
B Goldfarb, D Kirsch, DA Miller
Journal of Financial Economics 86 (1), 100-144, 2007
1362007
Who killed the electric car?
C Paine, J Deeter, D Devlin, TM Titus, RD Titus, A Gibney, K Weiss, ...
1022006
History of the Electric Automobile: Battery-Only Powered Cars
EH Wakefield, DA Kirsch
Technology and Culture 36 (3), 710-711, 1995
741995
ISO 14000: an agnostic’s report from the front line
CJ Corbett, DA Kirsch
ISO 9000+ ISO 14000 News 9 (2), 4-17, 2000
702000
Does angel participation matter? An analysis of early venture financing
B Goldfarb, G Hoberg, D Kirsch, A Triantis
Unpublished working paper, 231-248, 2009
572009
Response to “Revisiting ISO 14000 diffusion: a new” look “at the drivers of certification”
CJ Corbett, DA Kirsch
Production and Operations Management 13 (3), 268-271, 2004
502004
Technologies in tension: horses, electric trucks, and the motorization of american cities, 1900-1925
G Mom, DA Kirsch
Technology and Culture 42 (3), 489-518, 2001
402001
Are angels different? An analysis of early venture financing
BD Goldfarb, G Hoberg, D Kirsch, AJ Triantis
An Analysis of Early Venture Financing (November 4, 2013). Robert H. Smith …, 2013
362013
The electric car and the burden of history: Studies in automotive systems rivalry in America, 1890-1996
DA Kirsch
Business and Economic History, 304-310, 1997
321997
Historicism and industry emergence: Industry knowledge from pre-emergence to stylized fact
D Kirsch, M Moeen, RD Wadhwani
Organizations in time: History, theory, methods 217, 2014
282014
Searching for ghosts: business survival, unmeasured entrepreneurial activity and private equity investment in the dot-com era
B Goldfarb, M Pfarrer, D Kirsch
Robert H. Smith School Research Paper No. RHS 06-027, 2005
242005
Small Ideas, Big Ideas, Bad Ideas, Good Ideas:'Get Big Fast'and Dot Com Venture Creation
D Kirsch, B Goldfarb
172006
The record of business and the future of business history: Establishing a public interest in private business records
DA Kirsch
Library trends 57 (3), 352-370, 2009
142009
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