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I had the great fortune to be assigned Tanya Chamberlain as an assistant when I arrived at Stanford, and she has been with me through the entire time on this book. All of my text, tables, and figures were fashioned into shape by Tanya. Without her work, care, acute sense of organization, and professionalism, this volume would not have been completed. I owe her immense thanks and appreciation for all we have been through together. Earlier versions of Powell’s chapters were tried out in many places, but several deserve special mention.

Gould Prize. Kurt Sandholtz is a doctoral candidate at Stanford’s Center for Work, Technology, and Organization, and a visiting instructor at BYU Marriott School of Management. His work has appeared in Organization Studies and Strategic Entrepreneurship Journal. Kelley Packalen is an associate professor of entrepreneurship in the School of Business at Queen’s University in Kingston, Ontario. Her research is at the intersection of entrepreneurship and organization theory. She is broadly interested in the connection between the career biographies of founders and the networks they develop for their nascent firms.

In industrial engineering from Stanford University. Kjersten Whittington is an assistant professor of sociology at Reed College. In addition to regional dynamics, her research addresses how the structural and network organization of firms influences scientists’ career trajectories and innovative output. Her work on this topic focuses on sex disparities in productivity in light of inventor collaborations across academic and industrial science contexts. She is also studying gender and motherhood dynamics among science professionals and, with collaborators, gendered decision making in venture capital contexts.

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