Matt Marx

Associate Professor Strategy and Innovation
    Education
  • DBA, Harvard University, 2009
  • MBA, Harvard University, 2005
  • SM, Massachusetts Institute of Technology, 1995
  • BS, Stanford University, 1993
    Publications
  • Ewens, M., Marx, M. (In Press) "Founder Replacement and Startup Performance", Review of Financial Studies
  • Marx, M., Timmermans, B. (In Press) "Hiring Molecules, Not Atoms: Comobility and Wages", Organization Science
  • Kacperczyk, A., Marx, M. (2016) "Revisiting the Small-Firm Effect on Entrepreneurship: Evidence from Firm Dissolutions", Organization Science, 27 (4), 893-910
  • Younge, K., Marx, M. (2016) "The Value of Employee Retention: Evidence from a Natural Experiment", Journal of Economics and Management Strategy, 25 (3), 652-677
  • Marx, M., Singh, J., Fleming, L. (2015) "Regional Disadvantage? Employee Non-compete Agreements and Brain Drain", Research Policy, 44 (2), 394-404
  • Marx, M., Hsu, D. (2015) "Strategic 'Switchbacks': Dynamic Commercialization Strategies for Technology Entrepreneurs", Research Policy, 44 (10), 1815-1826
  • Marx, M., Gans, J., Hsu, D. (2014) "Dynamic Commercialization Strategies for Disruptive Technologies: Evidence from the Speech Recognition Industry", Management Science, 60 (12), 3103-3123
  • Singh, J., Marx, M. (2013) "Geographic Constraints on Knowledge Diffusion: Political Borders vs. Spatial Proximity", Management Science, 59 (9), 2056-2078
  • Marx, M., Fleming, L. (2012) "To Compete, or to Non-compete?", Innovation Policy and the Economy, 12 (1), 44
  • Marx, M. (2011) "The Firm Strikes Back: Non-Compete Agreements and the Mobility of Technical Professionals", American Sociological Review, 76 (5), 695-712
  • Marx, M., Strumsky, D., Fleming, L. (2009) "Mobility, Skills,and the Michigan Non-Compete Experiment", Management Science, 55 (6), 875-889
  • Marx, M., Fleming, L. (2007) "Managing Inventive Creativity in Small Worlds", California Management Review, 48 (4), 6-27
  • Christensen, C., Stevenson, H., Marx, M. (2006) "The Tools of Cooperation and Change", Harvard Business Review, 84 (10), 73-80
    Awards and Honors
  • 2018, Distinguished Student Paper Award, Academy of Management Technology & Innovation Management
  • 2015, Best Paper, Academy of Management Technology & Innovation
  • 2014, Best Paper, INFORMS Technology Management Section
  • 2013, Kauffman Junior Faculty Fellowship, Kauffman Foundation
  • 2010, Best Dissertation Award, Academy of Management Technology & Innovation Management
  • 2010, Best Student Paper, Academy of Management Technology & Innovation Management
  • 2010, Best Dissertation, DRUID
  • 2008, Accenture Award for Contribution to Management Practice, California Management Review
  • 2007, Kauffman Dissertation Scholarship, Kauffman Foundation