Managing New Industry Creation: Global Knowledge Formation and Entrepreneurship in High Technology. T. Murtha, S. Lenway, and J. Hart. Stanford: Stanford University Press, 2001.
"How Governments Matter to New Industry Creation," T. Murtha, J. Spencer, and S. Lenway, Academy of Management Review (Apri1 2005).
"The Metanational Firm in Context: Competition in Knowledge-Driven Industries," T. Murtha, Advances in International Management (2004).
"Global Mindsets and Cognitive Shift in a Complex Multinational Corporation," T. Murtha, Strategic Management Journal (1998).
"Moving Targets: National Industrial Strategies and Embedded Innovation in the Global Flat Panel Display Industry," T. Murtha, J. Spencer, and S. Lenway, Advances in Strategic Management (1996).
"The Idea of the State in the International Management Literature," T. Murtha and S. Lenway, Journal of International Business Studies (1994).
"Country Capabilities and the Strategic State: How National Political Institutions Affect Multinational Corporations'' Strategies," T. Murtha and S. Lenway, Strategic Management Journal (1994).
"Surviving Industrial Targeting: State Credibility and Public Policy Contingencies in Multinational Subcontracting," T. Murtha, Journal of Law, Economics, and Organization (1991).
This individual is not scheduled to teach in the last, current, or next term.
Best Paper Award, International Management Division, Academy of Management, 1991
President Emeritus, The Bakken Trio
Department Editor, Technology and Innovation Area, Journal of International Business Studies
Organizational attitudes toward internationalization processes in U.S. firms
Management of innovation and new industry creation
Board President, Gold Mountain Homeowners' Association