Chapters in Books

International Competition for PhDs and Postdoctoral Scholars:  What Does (and Does Not) Matter
Paula Stephan, Giuseppe Scellato and Chiara Franzoni in  Innovation Policy and the Economy, MIT Press, edited by William Kerr, Josh Lerner and Scott Stern, forthcoming

The Endless Frontier:  Reaping what Bush Sowed? in The Changing Frontier: Rethinking Science and Innovation Policy, edited by Adam Jaffe and Benjamin Jones, University of Chicago Press, Chicago, 2014.  (Also NBER Working Paper 19687; US Universities, the Shopping Mall Model, Vox blog, March 20, 2014).

The Biomedical Workforce in the US:  An Example of Positive Feedbacks, in Handbook on the Economic Complexity of Technological Change, ed. By Cristiano Antonelli, pp. 240-261, Ed

“Economics of Science,” In B. H. Hall & N. Rosenberg, editors, Handbook of Economics and Innovation, Vol. 1, pp. 217-274, Elsevier

The I’s Have It: Immigration and Innovation, the Perspective from Academe,” in Innovation Policy and the Economy, MIT Press, edited by Josh Lerner and Scott Stern, 2010, pp.  83-128. 

The Economics of University Lab Science and the Role of Foreign Graduate Students and Postdoctoral Scholars.”  (Grant C. Black and Paula Stephan), in American Universities in a Global Market,” edited by Charles Clotfelter, University of Chicago Press, 2010, pp. 129-162.

Tracking the Placement of Students as a Measure of Technology Transfer.” In Measuring the Social Value of Innovation:  A Link in the University Technology Transfer and Entrepreneurship Equation, edited by Gary Libecap, Emerald Group, 2009.

“Capturing Knowledge:  The Location Decision of New PhDs Working in Industry”  (Albert Sumell, Paula Stephan and James Adams),  Science and Engineering Careers in the United States: An Analysis of Markets and Employment, Richard B. Freeman and Daniel F. Goroff (eds)  University of Chicago Press, Chicago, Il,  2009.

Job Market Effects on Scientific Productivity,” in Scientific Competition, edited by Max Albert, Dieter Schmidtchen, and Stefan Voigt, Mohr Siebeck.  2008.

Wrapping It Up in a Package:  The Location Decision of New PhDs Going to Industry.” Innovation Policy and the Economy, MIT Press, edited by Adam Jaffe, Josh Lerner and Scott Stern, 2007.

“Foreign Scholars in U.S. Science:  Contributions and Costs,” (Paula Stephan and Sharon Levin), in Science and the University, edited by Ronald Ehrenberg and Paula Stephan, University of Wisconsin Press, 2007.

“The Importance of Foreign PhD Students to US Science,” (Grant Black and Paula Stephan), in Science and the University, edited by Ronald Ehrenberg and Paula Stephan, University of Wisconsin Press, 2007.

“The Phenomenon of Increased Postdoctoral Appointments at US Research Universities,” (Jennifer Ma and Paula Stephan) in Faculty Career Paths:  Multiple Routes to Academic Success and Satisfaction, edited by Gretchen M. Bataille and Betsy E. Brown, ACE/Praeger Series on Higher Education, 2006

“The Growing Postdoctrate Population at U.S. Universities,” Recruitment, Retention and Retirement in Higher Education, edited by Robert Clark and Jennifer Ma, Edward Elgar, 2005.

“Firm Placements of New PhDs:  Implications for Knowledge Transfer,” (Paula Stephan, Albert Sumell, Grant Black and James Adams), pp. 125-146, Role of Labour Mobility and Informal Networks for Knowledge Transfer, edited by Dirk Fornahl, Christian Zellner, and David Audretsch, Springer, 2004.

“Commentary,” Science and Innovation:  Rethinking the Rationales for Funding and Governance, eds. Aldo Guena, Ammon J. Salter and W. Edward Steinmueller, Edward Elgar, Northampton, MA, 2003, pp. 233-235, 2003.

“Using Human Resource Data to Illuminate Innovation and Research Utilization,” in Using Human Resource Data to Track Innovation, eds. Stephen A. Merrill and Michael McGeary, National Academy Press, 2002.

“A Discussion of Technology and Productivity in the Firm,” in Technology, Growth and the Labor Market, edited by Donna Ginther and Madeline Zavodny, Kluwer Academic Publisher, Boston 2002.

“The Importance of Implicit Contracts in Collaborative Research,” (Paula Stephan and Sharon Levin) in  The New Economics of Science, pp. 412-430.  Edited by Philip Mirowski and Esther-Mirjam Sent, University of Chicago Press, 2002.

“The Economic Interpretation of Scientific Success.”  Max Plank Forum: Ethics of Research, Gottfried Plehn, Referat Presseee – und Offentlichkeitsarbeit, 2000, pp 73-92.

“Bioinformatics: Emerging Opportunities and Emerging Gaps” (Paula Stephan and Grant Black).  Government-Industry Partnerships in Biotechnology and Computing, Charles Wessner (ed.), National Academy Press, 2000.

“How and Why Does Knowledge Spillover in Biotechnology?” (David Audretsch and Paula Stephan).  Innovation, Industry Evolution, and Employment, edited by David Audretsch and Roy Thurik, Cambridge University Press, 1999, pp. 216-229.

“Knowledge Sources in Biotechnology Through the Schumpetarian Lens,” (David Audretsch and Paula Stephan), The Microfoundations of Economic Growth, edited by Chris Green, University of Michigan Press, 1998, Part 3, pp 169-187.

“The History of Women and Couples in Academe” (Paula Stephan and Mary Kassis), Academic Couples:  Problems and Promises, edited by Marianne A. Ferber and Jane W. Loeb, Illinois University, Press, 1997, Chapter 2, pp. 44-79.

“Measures of Scientific Output and the Age-Productivity Relationship” (Paula Stephan and Sharon Levin).  Handbook of Quantitative Studies of Science and Technology, edited by Anthony Van Raan and published by the Elsevier Science Publishers, 1988, Chapter 2, pp. 31-80.

“Women in the Labor Force,” Urban Atlanta:  Redefining the Role of the City, edited by Andrew Hamer, Georgia State University, February 1980, Chapter 17, pp. 249-256.

“Career Commitment and Labor Force Participation of Married Women,” (Larry Schroeder and Paula Stephan) Women in the Labor Force, edited by Lloyd, Gilroy and Andrews, Columbia University Press, 1979, Chapter 8, pp. 119-136.

“White Elephants, Waterways, and the Transportation Act of 1966,” (Robert Haveman and Paula Stephan) The Political Economy of Federal Policy, edited by Robert Haveman and Robert Hamrin, Harper and Row, 1973. pp. 220-225.