Peer-Reviewed Publications

Donegan, M., Forbes, A., Clayton, P., Polly, A., Feldman, M., and N. Lowe, “The tortoise, the hare, and the hybrid: Prior employment and its effect on ecosystem emergence and entrepreneurial performance”. Industrial & Corporate Change, first printed online.

Clayton, P., Donegan, M., Feldman, M., Forbes, A., Lowe, N., and P. Polly. 2019. “Local prior employment and ecosystem dynamics”. Industrial Labor & Relations Review, first printed online.

Clayton, P.A. 2018. “Innovation in local economic development strategy: The Wireless Research Center of North Carolina”. Geography Compass.

Clayton, P.A., Feldman, M.P., and N. Lowe. 2018. “Behind the scenes: Intermediary organizations that facilitate science commercialization through entrepreneurship”. Academy of Management Perspectives, 32, 104-124.

Breznitz, S.M., Clayton, P.A., Defazio, D., and K.R. Isett. 2018. “Have you been served? The impact of university entrepreneurial support on firms’ network formation”. Journal of Technology Transfer, 43(2), 343-367.

Clayton, P.A., and D. Mackay. 2017. “Experienced utility or decision utility for QALY calculation? Both”. Public Health Ethics, 11(1): 82-89.

Book Chapters in Edited Volumes

Feldman, M. P. and P.A. Clayton. 2019. “Institutions and the Embedded Entrepreneur:” In Jeffrey J. Reuer, Sharon F. Matusik, and Jessica Jones, editors Oxford Handbook on Entrepreneurship and Collaboration. Oxford University Press.

Breznitz S.M. and P.A. Clayton. 2015. “One City, Three Universities, Multiple Models of Economic Impact.In David B. Audretsch and Mary L. Walshok, editors Oxford Handbook of Local Competitiveness. Oxford University Press.

Feldman, M. P. and P.A. Clayton. 2015. “The American Experience in University Technology Transfer.” In S.M. Breznitz and H. Etzkowitz, editors University Technology Transfer: The Globalization of Academic Innovation. Routledge.

Other Publications

Clayton, P.A. 2015. “Understanding the public procurement of innovation”. [Review of the book Public Procurement and Innovation: The Role of Institutions, by Max Rolfstam]. Science and Public Policy, 42(5): 738-739.