Öner Tulum

Öner Tulum is a research associate at The Academic-Industry Research Network (theAIRnet) and a visiting scholar at the University of Massachusetts Amherst. He is completing his PhD at the University of Ljubljana where his current research efforts concentrate on the examination of the prevailing productivity crisis in the U.S. biopharmaceutical industry and the impacts of the financialization of the high-tech economy on the development and sustainability of organizational capabilities.

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US Pharma’s Financialized Business Model

Paper Working Paper Series | | Jul 2017

Price gouging in the US pharmaceutical drug industry goes back more than three decades.

Global Tax Dodging Just One Part of Pfizer’s Corrupt Business Model

Article | Dec 3, 2015

Why are we paying for corporate behavior that crushes innovation, cheats taxpayers, cost jobs, and heightens inequality?

Skill Development and Sustainable Prosperity: Cumulative and Collective Careers versus Skill-Biased Technical Change

Paper Working Paper Series | | Dec 2014

There is widespread and growing concern about the availability of good jobs in the U.S. economy. Inequality has been growing for thirty years and is now at levels not seen since the 1920s. Stable and remunerative employment has become harder for U.S. workers to find.

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HuffPo Cites INET Stock Buyback Research

News Apr 19, 2019

The Huffington Post features INET research on stock buybacks