Professor, Strategy and Entrepreneurship
Director, The Ed Snider Center for Enterprise and Markets
Robert H. Smith School of Business, University of Maryland

Agarwal, Rajshree, Jay Anand, Janet Bercovitz and Rachel Croson, Spillovers across Organizational Architectures: The Role of Prior Formal and Informal Interaction in Post-Acquisition Integration Outcomes, Strategic Management Journal 2012, 33(6): 710-733.

Qian, Lihong, Rajshree Agarwal and Glenn Hoetker, Configuration of Value Chain Activities: The Effect of Pre-Entry Capabilities, Transactions Hazard and Industry Evolution on the Decision to Internalize, Organization Science 2012, 23:1330-1349.

Chen, Pao-Lien, Charlie Williams and Rajshree Agarwal, Growing Pains: The Effect of Pre-entry Experience on Impediments to Growth, Strategic Management Journal, 2012, 33:252-276. (Dingman Best Paper Award, 2011)

Agarwal, Rajshree, David Audretsch and MB Sarkar, Knowledge Spillovers and Strategic Entrepreneurship, Strategic Entrepreneurship Journal, 2010, 4(4): 271-283.

Agarwal, Rajshree, Rachel Croson, and Joseph Mahoney, The Role of Incentives and Communication in Strategic Alliances: An Experimental Investigation, Strategic Management Journal, 2010, 31(4): 413-437.

Franco, April, MB Sarkar, Raj Echambadi and Rajshree Agarwal, Swift and Smart? The Moderating Effects of Technological Capabilities on the Market Pioneering – Firm Survival Relationship, Management Science, 2009, 55(11): 1842-1860.

Agarwal, Rajshree, Jay Barney, Nicolai Foss and Peter Klein, Heterogenous Resources and the Financial Crisis: Implications of Strategic Management Theory, Strategic Organization, 2009, 7(4): 467-484.

Agarwal, Rajshree, Martin Ganco and Rosemarie Ziedonis, Reputations for Toughness in IP Enforcement: Effects on Knowledge Spillovers through Employee Mobility, Strategic Management Journal, 2009, 30(13): 1349-1374.

Agarwal, Rajshree, and Constance Helfat, Strategic Renewal of Organizations, Organization Science, 2009, 20: 281-293.

Ganco, Martin, and Rajshree Agarwal, Performance Differentials between Diversifying Entrants and Entrepreneurial Start-Ups over the Industry Life Cycle: A Complexity Approach, Academy of Management Review, 2009, 34: 228-252.

Agarwal, Rajshree, David Audretsch and MB Sarkar, The Process of Creative Construction: Knowledge Spillovers, Entrepreneurship and Economic Growth, Strategic Entrepreneurship Journal, 2007, 1(2): 263–286.

Croson, Rachel, Jaideep Anand, and Rajshree Agarwal, Using experiments in corporate strategy research, European Management Review, 2007, 4(3): 173-181.

Bayus, Barry and Rajshree Agarwal, The Role of Pre-Entry Experience, Entry Timing, and Product Technology Strategies in Explaining Firm Survival, Management Science, 2007, 53(12): 1887–1902.

Agarwal, Rajshree, and Glenn Hoetker, A Faustian Bargain? The Growth of Management and its Relationship with Related Disciplines, Academy of Management Journal, 2007, 50(6): 1304–1322.

Hoetker, Glenn and Rajshree Agarwal, Death Hurts but it is Not Fatal: The Post Exit Diffusion of Knowledge Created by Innovative Companies, Academy of Management Journal,2007, 50(2): 446-467.

Bayus, Barry, Wooseong Kang and Rajshree Agarwal, Creating Growth in New Markets: A Simultaneous Model of Firm Entry and Price, Journal of Product and Innovation Management, 2007, 24: 139-155. (JPIM Best Paper Finalist)

Franco, April, MB Sarkar, Rajshree Agarwal and Raj Echambadi, The Moderating Effects of Technological Capabilities on the Market Pioneering - Firm Survival Relationship,Academy of Management Best Paper Proceedings, 2006.

Sarkar, MB, Raj Echambadi, Rajshree Agarwal and Bisakha Sen, The Effect of the Innovative Environment on the Exit of Entrepreneurial Firms, Strategic Management Journal, 2006, 27: 519-539.

[Hoetker, Glenn and Rajshree Agarwal, Death Hurts but it is Not Fatal: The Post Exit Diffusion of Knowledge Created by Innovative Companies, Academy of Management Best Paper Proceedings, 2005. (Stephan Schrader Best Paper Award, Academy of Management Meetings, 2005)

Agarwal, Rajshree, Raj Echambadi, April Franco and MB Sarkar, Knowledge Transfer through Inheritance: Spin-out Generation, Growth and Survival, Academy of Management Journal, 2004, 47(4): 501-522. (AMJ 2004 Best Paper Award)

Agarwal, Rajshree, MB Sarkar and Raj Echambadi, The Conditioning Effect of Time on Firm Survival: A Life Cycle Approach, Academy of Management Journal, 2002, 45(8): 971-994.

Agarwal, Rajshree, Raj Echambadi, April Franco and MB Sarkar, The Role Of Knowledge In Organizational Formation And Performance: Spin-Out Generation And Survival, Academy of Management Best Paper Proceedings, 2002.

Agarwal, Rajshree and Julie Elston, Bank-Firm Relationships, Financing and Firm Performance in Germany, Economics Letters, 2001, 72(2): 225-232.

Research Area: Firm Evolution (Strategic Renewal)