2023 - Research.com Economics and Finance in United States Leader Award
2010 - Global Award for Entrepreneurship Research, Swedish Entrepreneurship Forum
His main research concerns Venture capital, Finance, Social venture capital, Private equity and Investment. His work carried out in the field of Venture capital brings together such families of science as Capital, Equity, Entrepreneurship and Initial public offering, Monetary economics. His research investigates the connection between Entrepreneurship and topics such as Market economy that intersect with issues in Conventional wisdom.
His Monetary economics research integrates issues from Limited partnership and Reputation. In his research on the topic of Finance, Corporation is strongly related with Incentive. His studies in Social venture capital integrate themes in fields like Vintage year, Organizational structure, Pre-money valuation, Financial capital and Value.
Josh Lerner mainly investigates Finance, Venture capital, Private equity, Private equity firm and Social venture capital. Many of his studies on Finance apply to Fund of funds as well. His Venture capital research includes themes of Capital, Financial capital, Market economy, Entrepreneurship and Investment.
His Entrepreneurship study combines topics in areas such as Government and Public policy. His Private equity research is multidisciplinary, incorporating elements of Equity capital markets, Monetary economics, Private equity fund and Financial system. His research links Vintage year with Social venture capital.
His primary scientific interests are in Finance, Venture capital, Private equity, Capital and Market economy. His biological study spans a wide range of topics, including Alternative investment, Closed-end fund, Fund of funds, Sovereign wealth fund and Investment fund. His Venture capital research includes elements of Private equity firm, Government, Entrepreneurship, Economy and Investment.
His work investigates the relationship between Private equity firm and topics such as Social venture capital that intersect with problems in Club deal. His research integrates issues of Productivity, Limited partnership, Labour economics and Private equity fund in his study of Private equity. His Capital research incorporates elements of Corporate governance, Carried interest, Private equity secondary market and Initial public offering, Monetary economics.
His primary areas of study are Capital, Venture capital, Finance, Private equity and Investment. His Capital study integrates concerns from other disciplines, such as Financial market, Shareholder, Stock exchange, Listing and Initial public offering. He undertakes multidisciplinary investigations into Venture capital and Disappointment in his work.
The various areas that Josh Lerner examines in his Finance study include Closed-end fund and Fund of funds. His research integrates issues of Consistency, Commerce, Limited partnership, Labour economics and Profit sharing in his study of Private equity. His Investment research focuses on Business cycle and how it connects with Economy and Quality.
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Some Simple Economics of Open Source
Josh Lerner;Jean Tirole.
Journal of Industrial Economics (2003)
The venture capital cycle
Paul A. Gompers;Joshua Lerner.
Assessing the contribution of venture capital to innovation
Samuel Kortum;Josh Lerner.
The RAND Journal of Economics (2000)
Venture Capitalists and the Oversight of Private Firms
Journal of Finance (1995)
The Venture Capital Revolution
Paul Gompers;Josh Lerner.
Journal of Economic Perspectives (2001)
The Financing of R&D and Innovation
Bronwyn H. Hall;Bronwyn H. Hall;Josh Lerner.
Research Papers in Economics (2010)
The Syndication of Venture Capital Investments
Financial Management (1994)
Innovation and Its Discontents
Adam B. Jaffe;Josh Lerner.
Innovation and Its Discontents: How Our Broken Patent System is Endangering Innovation and Progress, and What to Do About It
Adam B. Jaffe;Joshua Lerner.
The Importance of Patent Scope: An Empirical Analysis
The RAND Journal of Economics (1994)
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