Innovation Is the New Competition: Product Portfolio Choices with Product Life Cycles

Working Papers

The product life cycle, or time path of sales, of many high-tech goods and services is bell-shaped. I show that product life cycles endogenously arise in markets with rapid technological innovations, are heterogeneous across products, and are affected by the level of market competition.Read More

The Impact of Industrial Policy and Export Processing Zones on Technological Growth: Evidence from a Panel of 7 Million Indian Firm Financial Statements

Funded Research Proposal

Scholars of industrial, trade, and urban economics have long been concerned with understanding the determinants of firm growth, and the mechanisms through which it propagates. Central to research in this area is the question of what role externalities and market imperfections play (if any) in hindering total factor productivity (TFP) growth.Read More