Sapir Adi, Dr.
Higher education studies, Historical organizational studies, Organizational learning, Academy-industry relations.
Sapir, A. (2019) Contested Internal Legitimacy: the emergence of organized academic entrepreneurship. Journal of Management History. https://doi.org/10.1108/JMH-11-2018-0063
Sapir, A. (2019) Mythologizing the story of a scientific invention: Constructing the legitimacy of research commercialization. Organization Studies. https://doi-org.ezproxy.haifa.ac.il/10.1177/0170840618814575
Sapir, A., & Kameo, N. (2019) Rethinking loose coupling of rules and entrepreneurial practices among university scientists: a Japan–Israel comparison. The Journal of Technology Transfer, 44(1), 49-72.
Sapir, A. (2018) Early academic entrepreneurship: The founding of Yeda R&D company at the Weizmann Institute of Science. In: Sapir, A. and Drori, G. (eds.) Israeli Academia in Transition, special issue of Megamot, 53:1, 159-188. [Hebrew]
Sapir, A. (2017) Protecting the purity of pure research: Organizational boundary-work at an institute of basic research. Minerva, A Review of Science, Learning and Policy, 55(1), 65-91.
Sapir, A. and Oliver, A. (2017) From academic laboratory to the market: Disclosed and undisclosed narratives of commercialization. Social Studies of Science, 47 (1): 33–52.
Sapir, A. and Oliver, A. (2017) Loose coupling, conflict and resistance: The case of IPR policy conflict in an Israeli university. Higher Education, 73(5), 709-724.
Oliver, A. and Sapir, A. (2017) Shifts in the Organization and Profession of Academic Science: The Impact of IPR and Technology Transfer. Journal of Professions and Organization, 4 (1): 36-54.
Sapir, A., Drori. I. and Ellis, S. (2016) The practice of organizational learning through collaboration between peripheral and core occupational communities in an innovative technology firm. European Management Review, 13(1): 19-36.
Cohen, U. and Sapir, A. (2016) Models of academic governance during a period of nation-building: The Hebrew University in the 1920s-1950s. History of Education, 45 (5): 602-620.