Assistant Professor : Management Department
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B.S., chemical engineering, University of Rochester
M.S., chemical engineering, University of Rochester
M.B.A., innovation management, Syracuse University, Whitman School of Management
Ph.D., business administration, Syracuse University, Whitman School of Management
- Collaborative R&D
- Contract design
- Value creation & appropriation
- The use of contractual safeguards to facilitate knowledge transfer and prevent appropriation in R&D alliances
- The assignment of control rights in R&D alliances
- R&D partnership trends
Refereed Publications & Proceedings
- Pattit, J., S.P. Raj, and D.L. Wilemon, “The R&D Outsourcing Decision: Environmental Factors and Strategic Considerations,” International Journal of Innovation and Technology Management, forthcoming.
- Alessandri, T. M. and J. M. Pattit, “Determinants of R&D investment: Integrating behavioral theory and managerial incentives arguments,” Journal of Business Research, forthcoming.
- Pattit, Jason, S.P. Raj and D. L. Wilemon, "An Institutional Theory Investigation of U.S. Technology Development Trends Since the Mid-19th Century," Research Policy 41:2 (2012): 306-318.
- Pattit, Jason and D. L. Wilemon, "Creating High-performing Software Development Teams," R&D Management 35:4 (2005): 375-393.
- Pattit, Jason, S.P. Raj and D. L. Wilemon, "Transaction Costs, Absorptive Capacity and R&D Sourcing as Emerging Determinants of New Product Development Success." Proceedings of the 2005 PDMA International Conference Research Forum.
Selected Recent Presentations
- “R&D Alliances and the Allocation of Control Rights,” Paper presented at the annual Academy of Management Meeting, Montreal, Canada, August, 2010.
- “Ownership in R&D Alliances: The Influence of Complementary and Relationship-specific Resources,” Paper presented at the Strategic Management Society Annual International Conference, Washington, D.C., October, 2009.
- “Determinants of R&D Investment: Integrating Behavioral Theory and Managerial Incentives Arguments,” Paper presented at the Academy of Management Meeting, Chicago, Illinois, August, 2009.
- “An Institutional Theory Investigation of U.S. R&D Partnership Trends Since the Mid- 19th Century,” Paper presented at the Academy of Management Meeting, Chicago, Illinois, August, 2009.
Significant Scholarly Honors
- Beta Gamma Sigma Business and Management Honor Society
- Whitman School Meritorious Graduate Scholar, Syracuse University
- Award for Excellence in Innovation Management, Syracuse University