Appleyard, M., Tyler, B., and Caner, T. Improving Outcomes from Interdisciplinary R&D: How do experience and disciplinary variety, distance, and interdependence matter? NSF Grant for Proposal # 1535986. Awarded. .
Caner, T., Bruyaka, O. P., and Prescott, J. P. (2018). Flow Signals: Evidence from Patent and Alliance Portfolios in the US Biopharmaceutical Industry. Journal of Management Studies.
Caner, T., Cohen, S. K., and Pil, F. (2017). Firm Heterogenity in Complex Problem Solving: A Knowledge-based Look at Invention . Strategic Management Journal.
Cohen, S. K., and Caner, T. (2016). Converting inventions into breakthrough innovations: The role of exploitation and alliance network knowledge heterogeneity . Journal of Engineering and Technology Management. vol. 40, pp. 29-44.
Tyler, B. B., and Caner, T. (2016). New Product Introductions below Aspirations, Slack and R&D Alliances: A Behavioral Perspective. Strategic Management Journal. vol. 37, pp. 896-910.
Caner, T., and Tyler, B. B. (2015). The Effects of knowledge depth and scope on the relationship between R&D alliances and new product development. Journal of Product Innovation Management. vol. 32, pp. 808-824.
Caner, T., Sun, J., and John, P. E. (2014). When a firm's centrality in R&D alliance network is (not) the answer for invention: The interaction of centrality, internal and external knowledge transfer. Journal of Engineering and Technology Management. vol. 33, pp. 193-209.