Michael B. Heeley
Michael B. Heeley
Professor, Center for Entrepreneurship, College of Engineering, University of Michigan
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Pioneers and Followers: Competitive Tactics, Environment, and Firm Growth
JG Covin, DP Slevin, MB Heeley
Journal of business venturing 15 (2), 175-210, 2000
Absorptive Capacity in the Software Industry: Identifying Dimensions that Affect Knowledge and Knowledge Creation Activities
SF Matusik, MB Heeley
Journal of Management 31 (4), 549-572, 2005
Innovation, Appropriability, and the Underpricing of Initial Public Offerings
MB Heeley, SF Matusik, N Jain
Academy of Management Journal 50 (1), 209-225, 2007
The relationship between environmental dynamism and small firm structure, strategy, and performance
MP Miles, JG Covin, MB Heeley
Journal of Marketing Theory and Practice 8 (2), 63-78, 2000
Strategic decision making in an intuitive vs. technocratic mode: structural and environmental considerations
JG Covin, DP Slevin, MB Heeley
Journal of Business Research 52 (1), 51-67, 2001
Effects of Firm R&D Investment and Environment on Acquisition Likelihood*
MB Heeley, DR King, JG Covin
Journal of Management Studies 43 (7), 1513-1535, 2006
The Recency of Technological Inputs and Financial Performance
MB Heeley, R Jacobson
Strategic Management Journal 29 (7), 723-744, 2008
Values and judgment under uncertainty: evidence from venture capitalist assessments of founders
SF Matusik, JM George, MB Heeley
Strategic Entrepreneurship Journal 2 (2), 95-115, 2008
Appropriating rents from external knowledge: The impact of regional knowledge spillovers on firm sales growth and research productivity.
MB Heeley
Frontiers of Entrepreneurship Research 17, 390–404, 1997
Techno-economic assessment of a closed-loop osmotic heat engine
KL Hickenbottom, J Vanneste, L Miller-Robbie, A Deshmukh, M Elimelech, ...
Journal of Membrane Science 535, 178-187, 2017
Absorptive capacity and firm knowledge: Separating the multiple components of the absorptive capacity construct
SF Matusik, MB Heeley
annual meeting of the Academy of Management, 2001
Conducting thermal energy to the membrane/water interface for the enhanced desalination of hypersaline brines using membrane distillation
J Wang, Y Liu, U Rao, M Dudley, ND Ebrahimi, J Lou, F Han, EMV Hoek, ...
Journal of Membrane Science 626, 119188, 2021
Comparative life-cycle assessment of a novel osmotic heat engine and an organic Rankine cycle for energy production from low-grade heat
KL Hickenbottom, L Miller-Robbie, J Vanneste, JM Marr, MB Heeley, ...
Journal of Cleaner Production 191 (1 August), 490-501, 2018
Corporate scope and knowledge creation: the effect of technological diversity on firm platform and incremental inventive value
MB Heeley, SF Matusik
Colorado School of Mines Golden, CO, 2006
Desalinating a real hyper-saline pre-treated produced water via direct-heat vacuum membrane distillation
Y Liu, J Wang, B Jung, U Rao, E Sedighi, EMV Hoek, N Tilton, TY Cath, ...
Water Research 218, 118503, 2022
Home court advantage? Knowledge‐based FDI and spillovers in emerging economies
SF Matusik, MB Heeley, JE Amorós
Global Strategy Journal 9 (3), 405-422, 2019
Underpricing and the long-run financial performance of IPOs: Information asymmetry and firm inventive capability
MB Heeley, A Khorana, SF Matusik
Frontiers of entrepreneurship research—Proceedings of the 19th annual …, 1999
Numerical simulations of membrane distillation systems with actively heated membranes
J Lou, M Dudley, J Wang, Y Liu, TY Cath, CS Turchi, MB Heeley, ...
Journal of Membrane Science 668, 121206, 2023
The Private Returns to Technological Capability
MB Heeley, R Jacobson
Academy of Management Proceedings 2003 (1), H1-H6, 2003
Multistage Surface-Heated Vacuum Membrane Distillation Process Enables High Water Recovery and Excellent Heat Utilization: A Modeling Study
Y Liu, J Wang, EMV Hoek, F Municchi, N Tilton, TY Cath, CS Turchi, ...
Environmental Science & Technology 57 (1), 643-654, 2023
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