Firm and Industry Evolution, Entrepreneurship, and Strategy
You can download pdf files containing documentation for the FIVES data sets by clicking on the link below. If you are a registered FIVES user, then clicking on the link will also enable you to download data. Most of the data sets are contained in zipped files that include both Excel and ASCII file formats.
The data sets include CUSIP numbers as firm indentifiers where possible. Users are invited to send corrections or additions to the CUSIP numbers to: Constance Helfat.
Contributed by Olav Sorenson
The data describe firms selling a "computer workstation" at any point in time between 1980, the genesis of the industry (for a brief description of the industry, see Sorenson, 2003), and 1996. In total, it covers 175 firms for 690 firm-years (Data File 2) and 1,276 products for 2,735 product-years
Last updated: 2010-08-30 14:53:10 UTC
Contributed by Rebecca Henderson
This data set includes organizational and technical information and sales by product for product-development projects initiated by firms in the photolithographic alignment equipment industry between 1960 and 1986.
Last updated: 2010-08-30 14:54:28 UTC
Contributed by Glenn R. Carroll, Anand Swaminathan
These data cover all known American breweries operating from 1633 to late 1988. The data sets contain annual time-series data on environmental and industry variables (Data File 1), as well as data on the life histories of the population of U.S. breweries (Data File 2).
Last updated: 2010-08-30 14:56:14 UTC
Contributed by Peter Thompson
The data describe firms that launched at least one metal vessel in the U.S. over 20 gross tons (minimum requirement for registration) between 1825 and 1914. The data set also includes all metal (iron and steel) vessels produced by these firms, regardless of tonnage. The sample contains 273 firms (Data File 1) and over 4,000 vessels (Data File 2). Seven Word documents (Data File 3) contain the raw information collected in the process of constructing the data set.
Last updated: 2012-10-04 16:57:07 UTC
Contributed by Ivan Png
The data cover 210,554 observations of the career histories of 14,293 inventors with patents and public LinkedIn profiles. The data include the first and last year in LinkedIn and patent records, field of technology, and change of employer computed by LinkedIn and patent records. Data File 1 contains detailed data on individual inventors, their patenting history, and their employment mobility. Data File 2 contains inventor IDs for each patent number in the data.
Last updated: 2016-04-01 14:42:24 UTC
Contributed by Marvin Lieberman
The data describe 41 homogeneous, commodity-type chemicals or related products, between 1948 and 1983. In total, the data set consists of product level information for 1,177 product-years, with an average observation period of 28 years (Data File 1), firm-level data indicating which products each firm produced (Data File 2), and plant-level capacity data by product and firm for the aforementioned chemical industry products (Data Files 3 and 4). Data Files 3 and 4 contain the same information, but are organized differently. Data File 4 consists of pivot tables in an Excel spreadsheet. See Data Description for further explanation. Different articles by Lieberman (see Author’s Research Using This Data Set, below) use various subsets of the data, and some products in these articles are not included in the FIVES data.
Last updated: 2016-01-07 12:00:00 UTC
Contributed by Ivan Png
The FIVES Cattell R&D Data includes digitized Cattell datafiles, replication programs and data from the Strategic Management Journal article by Ivan Png, and the raw data.
Last updated: 2019-01-10 12:00:00 UTC
The Goldfarb et al. Auto Race FIVES Data includes datafiles, replication programs, and data from the Strategic Managerment Journal article by Goldfarb, B., Zavyalova, A, and Pillai, S.
Last updated: 2019-09-12 14:15:00 UTC
Contributed by Michaël Bikard
The data includes 10,927 pairs of frequently co-cited papers from PubMed that have no author in common and that were published no more than 1 calendar year apart. In the case of triplets, quadruplets, etc., the same papers are listed in several pairs. The data were collected in August 2019. There is an accompanying article published in Strategic Management Journal by Michaël Bikard entitled "Idea Twins: Simultaneous Discoveries as a Research Tool" (doi: 10.1002/smj.3162).
Last updated: 2020-04-17 14:00:00 UTC