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07-042 Copyright © 2007 by Matt Marx, Deborah Strumsky, and Lee Fleming Working papers are in draft form. This working paper is distributed for purposes of comment and discussion only. It may not be reproduced without permission of the copyright holder. Copies of working papers are available from the author. Noncompetes and Inventor Mobility: Specialists, Stars, and the Michigan Experiment Matt Marx Deborah Strumsky Lee Fleming
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1 Noncompetes and Inventor Mobility: Specialists, Stars, and the Michigan Experiment Matt Marx Rock Center 107 Harvard Business School Boston, Ma. 02163 (617) 969-9693 [email protected] Deborah Strumsky Baker Library 280 Harvard Business School Boston, Ma. 02163 (617) 384-5067 [email protected] Lee Fleming Morgan Hall 485 Harvard Business School Boston, Ma. 02163 (617) 495-6613 [email protected] January 17, 2007 Many thanks to Adam Juda and Ivin Baker for their database development and the Harvard Business School Department of Research for supporting our research. Harlan Piper performed excellent research assistance, and the work benefited greatly from feedback from Bill Barnett, Josh Lerner, Jose Lobo, Peter Thompson, as well as presentations at the NBER, INFORMS, Stanford, and Harvard Universities. Errors and omissions remain ours.
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