29000 Submissions

# 48

Technological Assets and Top Management Teams: Their Impact on the Capital Raised by Research-Intensive Firms Going Public

Cristina Quintana-garcìa

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Carlos A. Benavides-Velasco

University of Málaga, Economía y Administración de Empresas

Vanesa F. Guzmán-Parra

University of Málaga, Economía y Administración de Empresas

# 56

When and why companies benefit from collocation in clusters?

jose-luis hervas-oliver

universidad politecnica valencia and florida state university, management

# 60

Aggregates, Bridges or Isolates? Investigating the Social Networks of Academic Inventors

Chiara Franzoni

POLITECNICO DI MILANO, Management, Economics and Industrial Engineering

# 61

From Sensing Shape to Shaping Sense: A Dynamic Model of Absorptive Capacity and Selective Revealing

Oliver Alexy

Technische Universität München, TUM School of Management

Gerard George

,

Ammon Salter

,

# 62

The Price of Silence: Scientists’ Trade-offs between Publishing and Pay

Henry Sauermann

Georgia Institute of Technology, Scheller College of Business

Michael Roach

Duke University, Fuqua School of Business

# 63

Innovation, Catch-up and Leadership in Science-Based Industries

ISABEL ALMUDI

UNIVERSITY OF ZARAGOZA, ECONOMICS DEPARTMENT

Francisco Fatas-villafranca

University of Zaragoza, Economics Department

Luis R. Izquierdo

Burgos, Civil Engineering

# 64

Modularity moderating between Governance and Competence Perspectives: The Effect of Knowledge Interdependence on Firms’ R&D Scope Decisions

Sebastian Fixson

Babson College, TOIM

Won Hee Lee

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# 65

National Institutional vs Sectoral Subjection of Firms: What Counts More for Their Innovation Strategies?

Inga Stankevice

Kaunas University of Technology, Department of Strategic Management

# 66

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# 67

Transaction Cost Economics and Open Innovation: Reinventing the Wheel of Boundary

Björn Remneland Wikhamn

School of Business, Economics and Law at University of Gothenburg, Business Administration

David Knights

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# 68

INDIVIDUAL-LEVEL ABSORPTIVE CAPACITY

Alex Da Mota Pedrosa

University of Southern Denmark, CI2M

Claudia Jasmand

,

# 69

Connections between firms and open innovation. The case of innovative Spanish firms included in PITEC database

Félix-Fernando Muñoz

Universidad Autónoma de Madrid, Economic Analysis: Economic Theory and Economic History

María-Isabel Encinar

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Ainhoa Herrarte

,

# 70

Delay and secrecy: Does industry sponsorship jeopardize disclosure of academic research?

Christoph Grimpe

Copenhagen Business School, INO

Dirk Czarnitzki

KU Leuven, Managerial Economics, Strategy and Innovation

Andrew Toole

,

# 71

A Characteristic Approach to Technology and Technological Change

Antonio D'agata

University of Catania, Department of Political and Social Science

Kenji Mori

,

# 74

Types and traps: R&D consortia and developmental pitfalls.

PABLO E. Pinto

UNIVERSIDAD CATOLICA DEL NORTE, Escuela de Ciencias Empresariales (Business School)

Damian Hine

The University of Queensland, Business School

Peter Knights

The University of Queensland, School of Mechanical and Mining Engineering

# 75

Adaptation at Full Speed - Regulatory Changes in Fast Moving Industries

Karin Hoisl

University of Mannheim, Mannheim School of Management

# 76

BUILDING AN INNOVATION FUNCTION WITH PATENTS AND TRADEMARKS: EVIDENCE FROM PORTUGUESE REGIONAL INNOVATION SYSTEMS

Vitor Hugo Santos Ferreira

Polytechnique Institute of Leiria, School of Technology and Management

Manuel Godinho

,

# 77

How firms use proximity to foster innovation: Investigation of the Electronics Firms in the Pearl River Delta, China

Wenying Fu

, Institute of Economic and Cultural Geography

Daniel Schiller

,

Javier Revilla Diez

Institute of Economic and Cultural Geography, Leibniz University Hanover, Institute of Economic and Cultural Geography

# 79

Integrating brand and marketing perspectives in M&A

Florian Andreas Bauer

MCI Management Center Innsbruck, Management & Law

Kurt Matzler

,

Claudia Wille

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# 82

Nanotechnology policy in Russia: Can an emerging technology push a country onto a new development trajectory?

Evgeny A Klochikhin

, Manchester Institute of Innovation Research

# 83

Influence of Risk on Innovation: Inertia Strategies in the Space Industry

Victor Dos Santos Paulino

Toulouse Business School, TBS

# 84

Country responsiveness and innovation returns to technological capabilities

Giovanni Cerulli

CNR, Ceris

# 85

Learning from open innovation

James Love

Enterprise Research Centre & Warwick Business School, University of Warwick

Stephen Roper

Enterprise Research Centre & Warwick Business School, University of Warwick

Priit Vahter

University of Tartu, Faculty of Economics and Business Administration

# 86

How to get what you want when you do not know what you want

Luigi Marengo

Scuola Supeiore Sant'Anna, LEM

Corrado Pasquali

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# 88

Mobility of Skills and Ideas

Alona Martiarena

IE University, Entrepreneurship

# 89

How do firms match their capabilities to projects? Evidence from M&A legal advisors

Philipp Meyer-Doyle

INSEAD, Strategy Group

Olivier Chatain

,

# 92

Geometric Scaling, Long Term Reductions in Cost, and Implications for Public Policy: the case of wind turbines

Srikanth Narasimalu

National University of Singapore, Department of Engineering Technology Management

Jeffrey Lee Funk

National University of Science, Engineering and Technology Management

# 93

AGGLOMERATIONS AND FIRM PERFORMANCE: ONE FIRM’S MEDICINE IS ANOTHER FIRM’S POISON

Joris Knoben

Radboud University Nijmegen, Department of Economic and Business Economics

Otto Raspe

Netherlands Environmental Assessement Agency, Spatial Economics

Andac Arikan

,

Frank Oort

,

# 94

We need to talk – or do we? Geography and the commercialization of technologies from public research

Guido Buenstorf

University of Kassel, Department of Economics and INCHER-Kassel

Alexander Schacht

University of Jena, Graduate College

# 95

Service Regime and Sectoral Patterns of Innovation in Services: a Reinvestigation using Miozzo & Soete Taxonomy

Min-Nan Chen

National Chiayi University, Department of BioBusiness Management

Yuan-Chieh Chang

National Tsing Hua University, Taiwan, Institute of Technology Managemen

# 101

Architectural leverage: putting platforms in context

Llewellyn D. W. Thomas

Abu Dhabi School of Management, Innovation & Entrepreneurship

Erkko Autio

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David M. Gann

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# 103

Innovation Activities in Hong Kong Firms

Erik Baark

Hong Kong University of S&T, Division of Social Science

Naubahar Sharif

The Hong Kong University of Science and Technology, Clear Water Bay

Antonio Lau

University of Tokyo,

# 105

The Performance of University-Industry Collaborations: Empirical evidence from the Netherlands

Rudi Bekkers

Eindhoven University of Technology, School of Innovation Sciences

Isabel M. Bodas-freitas

Grenoble Ecole de Management, Technology Management

# 106

A QUEST IN TIME: THE VALUE OF INNOVATION AND THE AGE, ORIGIN, AND POPULARITY OF KNOWLEDGE

Antonio Messeni Petruzzelli

Politecnico di Bari, Department of Mechanics, Mathematics and Management

Antonio Capaldo

,

Dovev Lavie

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# 109

External End Users and Innovation Performance

Barbara Fuchs

, Institute for Entrepreneurship

Spyros Arvanitis

ETH Zurich, KOF Swiss Economic Institute

Martin Wörter

ETH Zurich, KOF Swiss Economic Institute

# 110

Silent innovation - Corporate Strategizing in early Nanotech Evolution

Maj Munch Andersen

Technical University of Denmark, Management Engineering/Technology and Innovation Management

# 111

Industry Funding of University Research and Scientific Productivity

Hanna Hottenrott

Heinrich Heine University Duesseldorf, Duesseldorf Institute for Competition Economics (DICE)

Susanne Thorwarth

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# 112

The Role of Research Orientation for Attracting Competitive Research Funding

Hanna Hottenrott

Heinrich Heine University Duesseldorf, Duesseldorf Institute for Competition Economics (DICE)

# 114

Technological leadership and innovation persistence: empirical evidence.

Roberto Fontana

University of Pavia & ICRIOS-Bocconi University, Economics and Management

DIANA MORINIELLO

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# 115

Knowledge-Intensive Entrepreneurship in Low-Tech Sectors

Hartmut Hirsch-kreinsen

TU Dortmund University, Chair of Economic and Industrial Sociology

Isabel Schwinge

TU Dortmund University, Chair of Economic and Industrial Sociology

# 116

First Mover Advantages in the Mobile Telecommunications Industry: A Consumer-Centric Perspective

JP Eggers

NYU, Mgmt & Orgs

Michal Grajek

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Tobias Kretschmer

LMU Munich, ISTO

# 117

CORPORATE POLITICAL ACTIVITY, ORGANIZATIONAL LEARNING AND ABSORPTIVE CAPACITY

Jean-Philippe Bonardi

University of Lausanne, Facutly of Business and Economics (HEC)

Rick Vanden Bergh

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Guy Holburn

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# 119

Patent Disclosure in Standard Setting

Emanuele Tarantino

University of Bologna, Economics

Bernhard Ganglmair

University of Texas at Dallas, Jindal School of Management, Finance and Managerial Economic

# 120

The Determinants of Market Extension in Knowledge-intensive Business Services: Evidence from a Regional Innovation System

Marco Bettiol

University of Padova, Economics and Management

Eleonora Di Maria

University of Padova, Department of Economics and Management

Roberto Grandinetti

University of Padova, Department of Economics and Management

# 121

Diverse Entry and Catch-up Strategies of Firms under Different Demand Conditions: Evolutionary Economics Simulations

Keun Lee

Seoul National University, Economics

# 123

The craft of openness: absorptive capacity at the individual level and innovation

Anne L.J. Ter Wal

Imperial College Business School, Department of Innovation & Entrepreneurship

Paola Criscuolo

Imperial College Business School, Department of Innovation and Entrepreneurship

Ammon Salter

,

# 125

The Evolutionary Dynamics of Strategic Logics and Adaptive Intelligence

Peter Bryant

IE Business School, Entrepreneurship

# 127

Paths of Innovation of Catching-up: the Dynamics of Build-up of Technological Capacities in Small Companies Participant of the Goat Husbandry Productive Chain

AnaSilvia Rocha IPIRANGA

University State of Ceará, Master Business

Priscilla ALMEIDA

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Waleska QUEIROZ

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# 128

The Learning Processes Underlying in the Accumulation of Technological Capabilities: A Case Study in Small Firms of the Goat Husbandry Productive Chain

LORENA SOUZA Matos

FUNDAÇÃO GETÚLIO VARGAS, ESCOLA DE ADMINISTRAÇÃO DE SÃO PAULO

Priscilla ALMEIDA

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Marisia AGUIAR

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Diego MACHADO

,

AnaSilvia Rocha IPIRANGA

University State of Ceará, Master Business

# 129

The Social-Environmental Management in the Local Innovation Systems of Ceará (Brazil) Cashew Agribusiness

Leonel Gois Lima OLIVEIRA

Brazilian School of Public and Business Administration, Getulio Vargas Foundation

AnaSilvia Rocha IPIRANGA

University State of Ceará, Master Business

# 130

The Contextual Dependence of Social Network Activation

Sampsa Samila

NUS Business School, Strategy & Policy

Emily Erikson

Yale University, Sociology

# 131

Structural Autonomy, Social Networks, and the Exploration and Exploitation of Knowledge

Sampsa Samila

NUS Business School, Strategy & Policy

Emily Erikson

Yale University, Sociology

# 132

Contribution of Academic Entrepreneurship to Scientific Progress

Yasunori Baba

University of Tokyo, Research Center for Advanced Science and Technology

Naohiro Shichijo

Waseda University, Waseda Institute for Advanced Study

Silvia Rita Sedita

University of Padova, Department of Economics and Management

# 133

California Dreaming? Cross-Cluster Embeddedness and the Systematic Non-Emergence of the 'Next Silicon Valley'

Dan Breznitz

Georgia Institute of Technology, Scheller College of Business

Mollie Taylor

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# 134

Technology Shocks in Multi-Sided Markets: The Impact of Craigslist on Local Newspapers

Robert Seamans

New York University Stern School of Business, Management

Feng Zhu

University of Southern California, Strategy

# 135

In Search for the Not-Invented-Here Syndrome: The Role of Knowledge Sources and Firm Success

Annelies Wastyn

KU Leuven, MSI

Katrin Hussinger

University of Luxembourg, CREA

# 136

PROJECT DELIVERIES AS STRATEGIC VENTURES: A DYNAMIC ANALYSIS USING THE BUSINESS MODEL CONSTRUCT

Sanna Mutka

Aalto University School of Science and Technology, BIT Research Centre, Project Business Research Group

Pertti Aaltonen

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# 137

NTBFs’ growth modes in the context of the current global crisis. Do changes in sales mirror changes in employment?

Cristina Rossi-lamastra

Politecnico di Milano, Department of Management, Economics and Industrial Engineeri

Massimo Gaetano Colombo

Politecnico di Milano, Department of Management, Economics and Industrial Engineeri

Evila Piva

Politecnico di Milano, DIG

# 138

Absorbing knowledge from unconventional sources. How collaborations with the Open Source community shape the innovation performance of entrepreneurial ventures

Cristina Rossi-lamastra

Politecnico di Milano, Department of Management, Economics and Industrial Engineeri

Evila Piva

Politecnico di Milano, DIG

Francesco Rentocchini

f.rentocchini@soton.ac.uk, University of Southampton, Southampton Business School

# 139

Motivating Organizational Search

Oliver Baumann

University of Southern Denmark, Marketing & Management

Nils Stieglitz

Frankfurt School of Finance & Management gGmbH, Management Department

# 140

THE INFLUENCE OF INTENSITY OF INTERFIRM COLLABORATION ON THE SPEED OF NEW SERVICE DEVELOPMENT

KUO-NAN HSIEH

UNIVERSITY OF SUSSEX, SPRU

JOE TIDD

UNIVERSITY OF SUSSEX, SPRU

# 144

Innovation Failure: Which Capabilities Prevent It?

Pedro De Faria

University of Groningen, Faculty of Economics and Business

Wilfred Dolfsma

University of Groningen, School of Economics and Business

# 145

How do university departments respond to the rise of academic entrepreneurship? : The Pasteur’s quadrant explanation

Yuan-Chieh Chang

National Tsing Hua University, Taiwan, Institute of Technology Managemen

Phil Y. Yang

National Taichung University, Graduate Institute of Business Administration

Hui-Ru Chi

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Tung-Fei Tsai Lin

National Tsing Hua University, Institute of Technology Management

# 146

Public procurement as a demand-side innovation policy tool in China - a national level case study

Yanchao Li

, Manchester Business School

# 148

Vertical and Horizontal Cross-Ties: Benefits of cross-hierarchy and cross-unit ties for innovative projects

Rick Aalbers

University of Groningen, Strategy & Innovation

Wilfred Dolfsma

University of Groningen,

Roger Leenders

Tilburg University,

# 149

Individual positioning in Innovation Networks: on the role of individual motivation

Rick Aalbers

University of Groningen, Strategy & Innovation

Wilfred Dolfsma

University of Groningen,

# 151

The Impact of Open Source Software on Firm Value

Dilan Aksoy-yurdagul

ESC Rennes School of Business, Department of Strategy and Innovation

Andrea Fosfuri

Universidad Carlos III de Madrid, Department of Business Administration

Marco Giarratana

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# 152

Learning by doing in science linkages

Anders Brostrom

KTH Royal Institute of Technology, Department of industrial economics and management

# 154

How China institutional changes influence industry development? The case of TD-SCDMA industrialization

Ching-Jung Tsai

National Chengchi University, Taiwan, Graudate Institute of Development Studies

Jenn-hwan Wang

National Chengchi University, Taiwan, Graudate Institute of Development Studies

# 155

Debt financing of high-growth startups: The venture lending business model

Timo Fischer

,

Gaétan De Rassenfosse

EPFL, CDM

# 156

The effect of executive migration and spin-offs on incumbent firms

Pernille Gjerløv-Juel

, Business and management

Michael Dahl

AAU, Business and Management Department

# 157

Do business subsidies facilitate employment growth?

Heli Koski

ETLA, Competition, innovation and productivity

Mika Pajarinen

The Research Institute of the Finnish Economy, ETLA

# 158

Natural Resource Constraints and Innovation

Bettina Lynda Bastian

American University of Beirut, Olayan School of Business

Christopher Tucci

EPFL, College de Management

Marcel Bogers

University of Southern Denmark, Mads Clausen Institute

# 160

Relation-specific creative performance in voluntary collaborations: A micro-foundation for competitive advantage?

Terence Ping Ching Fan

Singapore Management University, Lee Kong Chian School of Business

Duncan Robertson

,

# 162

PERFORMANCE GOALS, FIRM RESOURCES AND STRATEGIC CHANGE

Thorsten Grohsjean

LMU Munich, Institute for Strategy, Technology & Organization

Nils Stieglitz

Frankfurt School of Finance & Management gGmbH, Management Department

Tobias Kretschmer

LMU Munich, ISTO

# 163

Experiential Learning in Joint Product Development Activities

Thorsten Grohsjean

LMU Munich, Institute for Strategy, Technology & Organization

# 167

What makes companies contribute to Open Science?

Markus Simeth

KU Leuven, Faculty of Economics and Business

Julio D. Raffo

EPFL, CDM - MTEI

# 168

Open innovation practices and implementation barriers: unwillingness to receive and share knowledge

Helle Alsted Søndergaard

Aarhus University, Department of Management

Ana Luiza Burcharth

Fundação Dom Cabral, Department of management

Mette Præst Knudsen

University of Southern Denmark,

# 170

Offshoring and Changes in Firms’ Domestic Employment: Evidence from the Danish Offshoring Survey

Bram Timmermans

Norwegian School of Economics/ Aalborg University, DRUID, Department of Strategy and Management

Christian Richter Oestergaard

Aalborg University, Department of Business and Management

# 171

Deep Under the Surface: The Effects of Diversity and Depth of Analysis on Group Creativity

Kevyn Yong

,

Kristina Birgitta Dahlin

King's College London, Management

Kristine De Valck

,

# 172

Measuring the Impact of Innovation Intermediaries. An Assessment of the Impact of UCLA's Global Access Program

Margaret Dalziel

University of Waterloo, Conrad Business, Entrepreneurship and Technology Centre

Satu Parjanen

Lappeenranta University of Technology, Lahti School of Innovation

# 173

From the old path of shipbuilding onto the new path of offshore wind energy? The case of northern Germany

Dirk Fornahl

Bremen, Centre for Regional and Innovation Economics

# 175

Science and IP as Complementarities in Technological Innovation

Karin Beukel

Copenhagen University, Department for Food and Resource Economics

Finn Valentin

Copenhagen Business School, Innovation and Organizational Economics

# 176

Paradigm shift? The contribution of intensive open innovation to the innovative performance of EU firms

Paul Windrum

University of Nottingham, Business School

Giuliana Battisti

University of Nottingham, Nottingham University Business School

JORGE Gallego

CARLOS III UNIVERSITY OF MADRID, BUSINESS

Luis Rubalcaba

University of Alcalá, Economics

# 177

Technological Environments, R&D Investment, and Firm Survival

Dmitry Sharapov

Imperial College Business School, Department of Innovation and Entrepreneurship

Paul Kattuman

University of Cambridge, Judge Business School

Vania Sena

,

# 180

Evaluation of public R&D policies: A cross-country comparison

Cindy Lopes Bento

KU Leuven, MSI

Dirk Czarnitzki

KU Leuven, Managerial Economics, Strategy and Innovation

# 181

Does organizational creativity really lead to innovation?

Mette Praest Knudsen

SDU, Department of Marketing & Management

Ozge Cokpekin

,

# 183

The Importance of Creative Industry Agglomerations in Explaining the Wealth of European Regions

jose-luis hervas-oliver

universidad politecnica valencia and florida state university, management

Rafael Boix

Universitat de Valencia, Economic Structure

blanca de-Miguel-Molina

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maria de-Miguel-Molina

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# 185

Learning by exporting: evidence based on data of knowledge flows from innovation surveys in Estonia

Priit Vahter

University of Tartu, Faculty of Economics and Business Administration

# 187

The Impact of Institution Quality, Cluster Strength and TLO Licensing Capacity on the Rate of Academic Staff Spin-offs

Gil Avnimelech

Ono Academic College, Business Administration Faculty

Maryann Feldman

University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill, Public Policy

# 188

Organisational adaptability through inertia and slack: A theory of strategies for learning in an uncertain environment

Jacob Rubaek Holm

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# 189

Cross-border acquisitions of science-based firms: their effect on innovation in the acquired firm and the local science and technology system

Marcela Miozzo

University of Manchester, Manchester Business School

Lori Divito

University of Manchester, Manchester Business School

Panos Desyllas

The University of Manchester, Manchester Business School

# 191

A Two-Stage Entrepreneurial Choice: An Empirical Investigation

Alina Sorgner

Friedrich-Schiller-University Jena, Department of Economics

Michael Fritsch

Friedrich Schiller University Jena, School of Economics and Business administration

# 192

Measuring China's innovative capacity.A stochastic frontier exercise

Chiara Franco

University of Bologna, Department of Economics

Riccardo Leoncini

University of Bologna, Department of Economics

# 193

Different Ambidextrous Learning Architectures and the Role of HRM Systems

Hubert Lackner

Johannes Kepler University Linz, Institute of Human Resource & Change Management

Christian Garaus

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Wolfgang Güttel

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Stefan Konlechner

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Barbara Müller

JKU Johannes Kepler University Linz, Institute of Human Resource and Change Management

# 194

The Effect of Corruption on Entrepreneurship

Gil Avnimelech

Ono Academic College, Business Administration Faculty

Yaron Zelekha

Ono Academic College, Business Administration Faculty

Eyal Sarabi

,

# 195

Process Innovation, Transaction Costs and Make or Buy Decisions

gordon Walker

cox school of business, smu, dallas, strategy and entrepreneurship

# 197

EFFECTS OF POLICY AND PUBLIC-PRIVATE INTERACTION ON NEW FIRM FORMATION

Stefan Szücs

University of Gothenburg, Centre for Public Sector Research (CEFOS)

Olof Zaring

University of Gothenburg, Institute of Innovation and Entrepreneurship

# 198

Intraregional financial constraints

Jesper Lindgaard Christensen

Aalborg, Dept. of Business Studies

# 199

Twenty-five years of science-industry collaboration: The emergence and evolution of policy-driven research networks across Europe

Aimilia Protogerou

National Technical University of Athens, Laboratory of Industrial and Energy Economics

Yannis Caloghirou

National Technical University of Athens, Laboratory of Industrial and Energy Economics

Evangelos Siokas

National Technical University of Athens, Laboratory of Industrial and Energy Economics

# 200

Patenting motives of “small” applicants – A comparative study of single inventors, small companies and universities

Theresa Veer

University Tübingen, Business Administiration

Florian Jell

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# 202

The Dynamics of Coordination Regimes: Implications for Organization Design

Michael G Jacobides

London Business School, Strategic & International Management

Phanish Puranam

,

# 203

Bye, Bye, Miss American Pie? The Supply of New Recorded Music since Napster

Joel Waldfogel

Minnesota, Management

# 206

The Partners of Open Innovation Based-On Innovation Risks: An Empirical Study from Manufacturing Enterprises in Taiwan

Hsin-Yi Hu

,

Wei-Ying Chen

National Chengchi University, Graduate Institute of Technology & Innovation Management

# 207

Is It a Man’s World? Gender Differences in University – Industry Collaboration Activities

Valentina Tartari

CBS, INO

Ammon Salter

,

# 208

How rankings can suppress interdisciplinarity. The case of innovation studies and business and management

paul Nightingale

,

Ismael Rafols

University of Sussex and Polytechnic University of Valencia, SPRU and INGENIO (CSIC-UPV)

Loet Leydesdorff

University of Amsterdam, Amsterdam School of Communication Research (ASCoR)

Andy Stirling

,

# 209

Path Dependency and Innovation: Evidence from matched patents and innovation panel data

Stephen Roper

Enterprise Research Centre & Warwick Business School, University of Warwick

Nola Margot Hewitt-dundas

Queen's University Belfast, Queen's University Management School

# 210

Reaching Across Institutional Logics: Arbitrage Vs. Contamination

Markus Perkmann

Imperial College London, Business School

Ammon Salter

,

Valentina Tartari

CBS, INO

# 215

On the Choice between Creativity and Control - Lessons from the US Comic Books Industry

Allya Paramita Koesoema

University of New South Wales, Australian School of Business

# 217

The effect of academic consulting on research performance: evidence from five Spanish universities

Francesco Rentocchini

University of Southampton, Southampton Business School

Liney Manjarrés - Henríquez

Polytechnic University of Valencia, INGENIO [CSIC-UPV]

Pablo D' Este

CSIC-UPV Polytechnic University of Valencia - Spanish Council for Scientific Research, INGENIO (CSIC-UPV)

Rosa Grimaldi

University of Bologna, Dept. Management

# 218

Weaving Straw into Gold: Universalism meets Particularism in Microcredit

Rodrigo Canales

Yale University, School of Management

# 219

PROXIMITY AND COLLABORATION IN EUROPEAN NANOTECHNOLOGY

Claudia Werker

Delft University of Technology, Department Technology Policy and Management

Scott Cunningham

Delft University of Technology, Technology, Policy and Management

# 221

Modularity, architecture and the role of knowledge – a multi-level exploration

Richard Tee

LUISS, Department of Management

# 222

A Corporation’s Culture as an Impetus for Spinoffs

Georg Gustav Schwesinger

Max Planck Institute, Evolutionary Economics

# 225

Early impressions and performance feedback in entrepreneurial search: An experimental study

Stephan Billinger

SDU, SOD

Nils Stieglitz

Frankfurt School of Finance & Management gGmbH, Management Department

Terry Schumacher

Rose-Hulman Institute of Technology, Engineering Management

# 227

Does Enterprise Software Matter for Service Innovation? Standardization versus Customization

Benjamin Engelstätter

Maastricht, ZEW Mannheim / Information and Communication Technologies,

Miruna Sarbu

,

# 229

Market Value of Blocking Citations

Bart Leten

KU Leuven / Vlerick Business School, Managerial Economics, Strategy and Innovation

Katrin Hussinger

University of Luxembourg, CREA

Dirk Czarnitzki

KU Leuven, Managerial Economics, Strategy and Innovation

# 230

Creative employees and organizational learning

Patrick Llerena

University of Strasbourg, Bureau d'Economie Theorique et Appliquee (BETA)

Thierry Burger-helmchen

University of Strasbourg, Economics & Management

# 232

Between IPRs and public-funded research: lessons from the free/open source software community case

LORENZO Zirulia

University of Bologna, Department of Economics

Francesco Rullani

Luiss Guido Carli, Entrepreneurship and Management of Innovation

# 233

The Two Faces of Market Support – Examining the Effect of Demand-Pull Policies on Technological Exploration and Exploitation in the Solar Photovoltaic Industry

Joern Hoppmann

ETH Zurich, Department of Management, Technology, and Economics

Michael Peters

ETH Zurich, Department of Management, Technology, and Economics

Malte Schneider

ETH Zurich, Department of Management, Technology, and Economics

Volker Hoffmann

ETH Zurich, Department of Management, Technology and Economics

# 234

USERS COOPERATION STRATEGIES AND THE INNOVATION OUTPUT

Gloria Sanchez-gonzalez

Universidad de León, Business Administration

# 235

The Microinnovation Approach in Design

Minna Pärttö

University of Jyväskylä, Department of Computer Science and Information Systems

Pertti Saariluoma

University of Jyväskylä, Department of Computer Science and Information Systems

# 236

Incumbents' and Entrants' Strategies in new Sub-markets within Regulated Environments: The Case of public WLAN Hotspots in Western Europe's Telecommunications

Katalin Timar

,

Stefan Hüsig

,

Claudia Doblinger

, Management of Innovation and Technology

# 237

A Spatial Ecology of Structural Holes

Christopher C. Liu

University of Toronto/Rotman School of Management, Strategic Management

# 238

Territorial benchmarking methodology: The need to identify reference regions

Mikel Navarro

Orkestra - Basque Institute of Competitiveness,

Juan Gibaja

Universidad de Deusto,

Susana Franco

Orkestra - Basque Institute of Competitiveness,

Asier Murciego

Orkestra - Basque Institute of Competitiveness,

# 243

The Role of Dynamic Capabilities and Organizational Variety in Boosting Adaptation Performance

Alessandro Marino

The Wharton School, Management - Strategy

# 244

Servitization, Survival and Productivity

Elif Bascavusoglu-moreau

INSEAD, Innovation Policy Initiative

Bruce Tether

Imperial College London, Imperial College Busines School

# 245

Cross-licensing, Cumulative Inventions and Strategic Patenting

Prof. Salvatore Torrisi

Univeristy of Bologna, Management

# 247

Money Talks: Impact of SME Policies on Innovation Capabilities

Elif Bascavusoglu-moreau

INSEAD, Innovation Policy Initiative

# 248

How science responds to technology push from new research tools. Translational medical research as a case of “new science”

Giancarlo Lauto

University of Udine, Economics & Statistics

Finn Valentin

Copenhagen Business School, Innovation and Organizational Economics

# 249

Industrial Services as a Source of Product and Service Innovations - An Approach with Strategic Implications

Christian Martin Lerch

Fraunhofer Institute Systems and Innovations Research ISI, Industrial and Service Innovations

# 251

Social Networking - Chance or Risk for Marketers?

Jan-Christian Tonon

LMU, Institute for Strategy, Technology and Organization

# 252

Evolution of Innovation Networks across Geographical and Organizational Boundaries: Knowledge Flows in the Bangalore IT cluster

Florian Taeube

Université libre de Bruxelles, Solvay Brussels School of Economics and Management

Amit Karna

,

Petra Sonderegger

,

# 254

Exploring the micro-foundations of Public-Private Interactions for the diffusion of new technologies - the case of wind power in emerging markets

Christian Aron Friebe

, Strascheg Institute for Innovation and Entrepreneurship

Paschen V. Flotow

Sustainable Business Institute, Sustainable Business Institute

Florian Täube

,

# 255

The American System for Creating High Tech Industries: the Historic Place of Greater Boston

Michael Hepburn Best

,

# 256

The Research Use Exemption from Patent Infringement and the Propensity to Patent

Alexandra Karin Zaby

University of Tuebingen, School of Business and Economics

Diana Heger

, Industrial Economic and International Management

# 257

The Geography of Biotechnology

Gaston Heimeriks

Utrecht University, Innovation Studies

Ron Boschma

,

# 259

Understanding multilevel interactions in economic development

Martin Srholec

CERGE-EI, Academy of Sciences of the Czech Republic

Micheline Goedhuys

UNU-MERIT, Maastricht University

# 262

Do non-competition agreements lead firms to pursue path-breaking inventions?

Raffaele Conti

, Department of Management and Technology

# 263

Agglomeration vs. Organizational Heritage: The Molds Cluster in Portugal

Rui Baptista

Universidade de Lisboa, Instituto Superior Técnico

Carla Costa

,

# 264

Enhancing Knowledge Spillovers Through International R&D Networking: The Case of Turkey’s Participation in the 6th EU Framework Programme

Huseyin Guler

Middle East Technical University, STPS

Okan Kara

,

# 265

Innovation in small regions’ media sectors: how to promote what?

Heritiana Ranaivoson

Vrije Universiteit Brussel, IBBT-SMIT

Karen Donders

,

Pieter Ballon

,

# 266

Academic Research Firm Heterogeneity and Foreign R&D Locations

René Belderbos

KU Leuven, Managerial Economics, Strategy and Innovation

Bart Leten

KU Leuven / Vlerick Business School, Managerial Economics, Strategy and Innovation

Shinya Suzuki

KU Leuven, Managerial Economics, Strategy and Innovation

# 267

The evolution of the business cycles distribution of countries

Marco Duenas

,

Giulio Bottazzi

,

# 269

Managing Innovation Networks in the Engineering Industry: Moderating Effects of Spatial Proximity

Patrick Spieth

, Innovation Management & Entrepreneurship

Thomas Clauß

University of Hamburg, Chair of Marketing and Innovation

Thomas Clauß

University of Hamburg, Chair of Marketing and Innovation

# 272

A Balancing Act? Aligning Product Innovation and Production Efficiency through Eco-strategies

Mette Praest Knudsen

SDU, Department of Marketing & Management

Wolfgang Gerstlberger

University of Southern Denmark, Department of Marketing and Management

Ian Stampe

,

# 273

Intellectual Property Protection and Technology Commercialization Strategy: Reconciling the Competing Effects on Licensing vs. Financing

Simonon Dennett Wakeman

European School of Management & Technology, Strategy, Innovation & Entrepreneurship

# 274

Regional scientific capacities in Europe. Specialization and determining factors

Manuel Acosta

University of Cadiz. Agrifood Excellence International Campus (ceiA3)., Department of Economics

Daniel Coronado

University of Cadiz. Agrifood Excellence International Campus (ceiA3)., Department of Economics

ESTHER Ferrandiz

UNIVERSITY OF CADIZ, ECONOMICS

M.Dolores León

University of Cadiz. Agrifood Excellence International Campus (ceiA3)., Department of Economics

# 275

Low Cost Pills or High End Innovation? Strategic Growth Options for Emerging Economy Firms

Florian Taeube

Université libre de Bruxelles, Solvay Brussels School of Economics and Management

Anu Wadhwa

,

Alexander Frenzel

,

Amit Karna

,

# 276

Structural Microfoundations of Innovation: Relational Stars and Quality of Inventive Output

Konstantinos Grigoriou

Florida International University, Management - Strategy and Innovation

Frank Rothaermel

,

# 278

Vertical Integration and the Scope of Uncertainty - Evidence from the PC Gaming Industry

Jörg Claussen

ifo Institute for Economic Research, Industrial Organisation and New Technologies

# 279

In search of anti-commons: patent-paper pairs in biotechnology. An analysis of citation flows.

Tom Magerman

K.U.Leuven, Faculty of Business and Economics

Bart Van Looy

,

Koenraad Debackere

,

# 280

A look at both sides of the coin: Investigating the protective and the disclosure effect of patenting

Diana Heger

, Industrial Economic and International Management

Alexandra Karin Zaby

University of Tuebingen, School of Business and Economics

# 282

ORGANIZING FOR COLLABORATING WITH COMMUNITIES OF USERS AND DEVELOPERS: THE CASE OF FIRMS DOING BUSINESS WITH OPEN SOURCE SOFTWARE COMMUNITY

Cristina Rossi-lamastra

Politecnico di Milano, Department of Management, Economics and Industrial Engineeri

Massimo Gaetano Colombo

Politecnico di Milano, Department of Management, Economics and Industrial Engineeri

Evila Piva

Politecnico di Milano, DIG

# 283

How firms make boundary decisions: The role of hierarchy span and expertise span

Magda Dobrajska

,

Stephan Billinger

SDU, SOD

Markus Becker

University of Southern Denmark, Strategic Organization Design

# 284

How Structural and Contextual Mechanisms Contribute to Organizational Ambidexterity: Examine Middle Managers’ Role in Knowledge Inflows Management

Jie Xiong

EMLYON Business School, Strategy and Organization

# 287

Competitive Pressure: Competitive Dynamics as Reactions to Multiple Rivals

Leon Zucchini

,

Tobias Kretschmer

LMU Munich, ISTO

# 290

MOTIVES FOR PARTICIPATION IN ON-LINE OPEN INNOVATION PLATFORMS

TUBA BAKICI

ESADE Business School, Information Systems

Esteve Almirall

ESADE, Information Systems

Jonathan Wareham

,

# 291

Manufacturing Agrarian Change. Inter-sectoral learning, agricultural production and technological capabilities

Antonio Andreoni

University of Cambridge, Centre for Science, Technology and Innovation Policy - IfM

# 292

Schumpeterian and Kirznerian opportunities: An empirical investigation of opportunity types

Jeroen p.j. de Jong

RSM Erasmus University, Strategic Mngt & Entrepreneurship

Orietta Marsili

University of Bath, School of Management

# 293

Technology Policy Learning and Innovation Systems Life Cycle: the Canadian Aircraft Industry

Majlinda Zhegu

Université du Québec à Montréal, Management et technologie

Johann Vallerand

,

# 294

Discerning the Role of Partner Technological Complementarity and Diversity in Innovative Performance

Hamid Mazloomi

ESC Rennes School of Business, Strategy and Innovation

# 295

Institutional Logics and Status: Strategic Patenting in the Legal Service Sector

Stine Grodal

Boston University, Strategy and Innovation

Grid Thoma

,

# 296

A BEHAVIORAL THEORY OF TECHNOLOGY SEARCH: EVIDENCE FROM THE SEMICONDUCTOR INDUSTRY

Elisa Operti

University of Lugano, IMA

Gianluca Carnabuci

USI Lugano, Institute of Management

Balazs Kovacs

,

# 297

Here Today, Gone Tomorrow? Regional Labor Mobility of German University Graduates

Stefan Krabel

VDI/VDE Innovation + Technik GmbH, Institute for Innovation and Technology

# 299

Complementary Assets, Patent Thickets and Hold-up Threats - Do Transaction Costs Undermine Division of Labour in Innovation?

Franz Schwiebacher

,

# 301

Knowledge Does Not Fall Far from the Tree

Johannes Rode

, URBANgrad

Alexander Weber

,

# 303

Does Money Make the Entrepreneurial World Go Round?

Francisco Lima

Universidade de Lisboa, CEG-IST

Ana Venâncio

ISEG School of Economics Management, Management Department

# 304

How do firms enact absorptive capacity? A routine based approach

Anna Comacchio

Ca' Foscari University of Venice, Department of Management

Sara Bonesso

Università Ca' Foscari - Venezia, Department of Management

# 305

UNPAID COMPLEMENTORS AND NETWORK EFFECTS? EVIDENCE FROM ON-LINE MULTI-PLAYER GAMES

Kevin Boudreau

,

Lars Bo Jeppesen

Copenhagen Business School, INO

# 306

Variability in Micro-level Innovation Performance across Changing Institutional Frameworks: The Mediating of Role of Strategy Embeddedness

Paulo N Figueiredo

Getulio Vargas Foundation (FGV), Brazilian School of Public and Business Administration

# 307

Entrepreneurship in the Academy: The Case for a Micro-Institutional Analysis

Damien John Organ

National University of Ireland, Galway, Management

James Cunningham

National University of Ireland Galway, Whitaker Institute

# 308

Specialize or Coordinate? The impact of organization design on shared mental representations and innovation outcomes in joint search

Thorbjorn Knudsen

SDU, SOD

Kannan Srikanth

Indian School of Business, Strategy

# 310

Technology and Organisation: finding 'fit' in a mature system

Katherine Lovell

University of Sussex, Science Policy Research Unit

# 311

Networks and the organisation of knowledge intensive sectors

Isabel Salavisa

Instituto Universitário de Lisboa - ISCTE-IUL, Department of Political Economy

Cristina Sousa

Instituto Universitario de Lisboa (ISCTE-IUL), Political Economics

Margarida Fontes

LNEG - National Laboratory of Energy and Geology, Energy analysis and networks

# 312

Quantifying the Productivity of Intangible Assets Using a Production Function Framework

Maryam Nasiriyar

Skema Business School,

Lionel Nesta

,

# 313

Aspirations, Performance, and Change in Partnering Behavior: evidence from the pharmaceutical industry 1900-2006

Francesco Di Lorenzo

Copenhagen Business School, Strategic Management and Globalization

Paul Almeida

GEORGETOWN UNIVERSITY, STRATEGY, ECONOMICS, ETHICS AND PUBLIC POLICY

# 314

What influences the survival of Canadian biotechnology firms

Catherine Beaudry

Polytechnique Montreal, Mathematics and Industrial Engineering

Joël Levasseur

,

# 316

Strategic Patenting and the Tragedy of Anticommons: A Closer Look at Firms’ Patenting Behavior

Keyvan Vakili

University of Toronto, Rotman School of Management

# 317

Firms' intangible assets: who relies on trademarks? Analysis of French and German firms' trademarking behaviour

Valentine Millot

Université de Strasbourg,

# 318

Managing open innovation at a project level, a dynamic managerial capability perspective

Hanna Bahemia

, Manchester Business School

Dr Brian Squire Squire

,

# 320

Focal actors and ecoinnovation

Paul Dewick

, Manchester Business School

Chris Foster

,

# 321

Alliances under Ambiguity: Contract Detail as an Inimitable Signal of Competence

Michael D Ryall

Toronto, Rotman School of Management

Rachelle Sampson

,

# 322

Birds of a Feather Flock Together: Two-Sided Incomplete Information and Human Capital Composition over the Firm Lifecycle

April Franco

University of Toronto Scarborough, Management

# 326

Organization’s Strategy versus Capability Institutionalization in highly interactive systems

Andreas Mattig

University of St Gallen,

Matthias Hoffmann

,

# 327

The Power of Imperfect Imitation

Hart E. Posen

,

# 328

The innovation value chain in advanced developing countries: An empirical study of Taiwanese manufacturing industry

Wan-Lin Hsieh

Aston University, Economics and Strategy

James Love

Enterprise Research Centre & Warwick Business School, University of Warwick

Panagiotis Ganotakis

,

# 331

Temporal Specificity and Task Alignment: Evidence from Patient Care

Evan Rawley

The Wharton School, University of Pennsylvania, Management

# 333

Furtune favors the well-located firm: Absorptive capacity and the geography if inter-firm alliances

Michelle Gittelman

Rutgers Business School, Management and Global Business

# 338

Entrepreneurial Capability: Opportunity Pursuit and Game Changing

Shaker A. Zahra

University of Minnesota,

# 340

Winning Combinations: Search Stretegies and Innovativeness in the UK

Paola Criscuolo

Imperial College Business School, Department of Innovation and Entrepreneurship

Keld Laursen

DRUID, Copenhagen Business School and NTNU Norway, Department of Innovation and Organizational Economics and De

Toke Reichstein

Copenhagen Business School, INO

Ammon Salter

,

# 351

Knowledge Meshing through Interdisciplinary R&D: The case of the U.S. NIH Nanomedicine Development Centers

Melissa M. Appleyard

Portland State University, School of Business Administration

Beverly B. Tyler

North Carolina State University,

John Carruthers

Portland State University,

# 355

Incentives or Resouces? Commercialization of University Research by Start-Ups vs. Established Firms

Arvids A. Alexander Ziedonis

University of Oregon, Lundquist College of Business

# 356

Lost in Translation: Cultural Codes are not Blueprints

Howard Aldrich

University of North Carolina, Sociology

# 357

Job-Hopping in the Shadow of Patent Enforcement

Rosemarie Ziedonis

University of Oregon,

Rajshree Agarwal

,

Martin Ganco

University of Minnesota, Carlson School of Management

# 359

The Influence of Technological Capabilities on Knowledge Network Component of Innovation Systems: Evidence from Advanced Materials

Esin Yoruk

Coventry University, Business School

# 364

EFFICIENT ADAPTATION VERSUS GAINS FROM SPECIALIZATION: PROCURING LABOR SERVICES

Birger Wernerfelt

MIT Sloan School of Management,

# 366

Parent company benefits from reverse knowledge transfer: The role of the liability of newness in MNEs

Larissa Rabbiosi

Copenhagen Business School, International Economics and Management

Grazia Santangelo

University of Catania, Department of Political and Social Science

# 367

How do the interactions among actors influence the dynamics and evolution of electric vehicle industry in Taiwan? A sectoral system of innovation perspective

YuanPo Lin

National Tsing Hua University, Institute of Technology Management

Yuan-Chieh Chang

National Tsing Hua University, Taiwan, Institute of Technology Managemen

# 368

Divergent reactions to convergent strategies: The influence of stock categories on analyst reactions to technological change

Mary Benner

University of Minnesota, Strategic Management and Organization

# 369

Cross-border acquisitions of science-based firms: Their effect on innovation in the acquired firm and the local science and technology system

Marcela Miozzo

University of Manchester, Manchester Business School

Lori DiVito

The University of Manchester, Manchester Business School

Panos Desyllas

The University of Manchester, Manchester Business School

# 381

Impact of Local Knowledge Endowment on Employment Growth in Nanotechnology

Antje Schimke

Karlsruhe Institute of Technology, Network economics

Nina Teichert

Karlsruhe Institute of Technology, Economic Policy

# 385

Differentiated Knowledge Bases and the Nature of Innovation Networks

Roman Martin

Lund University, CIRCLE

# 387

Firms’ Networking and Innovation Performance in Nigeria

Abiodun Egbetokun

Friedrich-Schiller University, Jena, GK-EIC

# 388

The role of patents filed as signals for the IPO market: An empirical comparison for the U.S and the European software industry

Diego Useche

University of Bordeaux, Economics and Management

# 392

Cognitive distance in research collaborations

Margherita Balconi

Università degli studi di Pavia, Pavia, Italia, Dipartimento di Economia Politica e Metodi Quantitativi

Valeria Lorenzi

University of Milan Bicocca, Department of Economics, Management and Statistics

Pier Paolo Saviotti

Univérsité Pierre Mendés-France, Grenoble, France, INRA GAEL

Antonella Zucchella

Università degli studi di Pavia, Pavia, Italia, Dipartimento di Ricerche Aziendali R.Argenziano

# 395

Building Organizations from Scratch-Entrepreneurs Qualifications and Labor Demand in Newly Founded Ventures

Elisabeth Bublitz

Friedrich Schiller University Jena, School of Economics and Business Administration

Florian Noseleit

University of Groningen, Innovation, Management and Strategt

# 399

Too much of a good thing: the role of alliance portfolio diversity for R&D activity in the biotechnology industry

Wilfried Zidorn

University of Würzburg, Entrepreneurship and Management

# 402

Incumbent firm behavior regarding multiple emerging technologies: A prototype and production model analysis of the automobile industry

William Stanley Sierzchula

Delft Technical University, Transportation Policy and Management

Sjoerd Bakker

TU-Delft, OTB

# 405

The Evolution of Innovation Networks: The Case of the German Automotive Industry

Tobias Buchmann

University of Hohenheim, Innovation Economics

# 406

Once bitten, twice shy? The impact of infringement and copying experience on R&D cooperation

Annika Lorenz

Hasselt University, Innovation Management

Theresa Veer

University Tübingen, Business Administiration

# 407

Personality and various motives of entrepreneurial exit in highly innovative industries

Sebastian Wilfling

,

# 409

Design Management Capability: Its mediating Role between OLC and Innovation Performance in SMEs

Anabel Fernández-Mesa

Universitat de València, INGENIO (CSIC-UPV). Universitat Politècnica de València

Joaquín Alegre

Universitat de València, Business Management

Ricardo Chiva-Gómez

University Jaume I, Department of Business Administration and Marketing

Antonio Gutiérrez-Gracia

Universitat Politècnica de València, INGENIO institute (CSIC)

# 410

The role of entrepreneurship in cluster evolution: The case of wireless communication cluster in North Jutland, Denmark

Eunkyung Park

Aalborg University, Department of Business and Management

# 415

Population change and new firm formation in urban and rural regions

Heike Stephanie Delfmann

University of Groningen, Spatial Science - Economic Geography

# 419

RENEWAL, REUSE AND REINFORCEMENT: BUILDING CAPABILITIES TO SHAPE THE NASCENT MARKET FOR INTEGRATED SUSTAINABLE URBAN SOLUTIONS

Yijiang Wu

,

# 421

Banking Deregulations and Corporate Innovation

Mario Daniele Amore

Copenhagen Business School, Economics

# 422

Innovation, Absorptive Capacity and Complexity along development stages

Fulvio Castellacci

,

Jose Miguel Natera

Complutense University of Madrid, Complutense Institute of International Studies (ICEI)

# 430

Knowledge-intensive entrepreneurship in a low-tech sectoral innovation system

Isabel Schwinge

TU Dortmund University, Chair of Economic and Industrial Sociology

# 432

First Mover Advantage in Different Technological and Demand Regimes

Gianluca Capone

Utrecht University, Urban and Regional Research Centre Utrecht (URU)

# 433

Does the global fragmentation of R&D activities pay back? The home region perspective

Lorena M. D'agostino

University of Barcelona, FBG BBVA

Grazia Santangelo

University of Catania, Department of Political and Social Science

# 434

Conceptualising Inter-firm Dynamic Capabilities

Leila Sadat Alinaghian

University of Cambridge, Engineering Department, Institute for Manufacturing

# 435

Entrepreneurial motivation and the performance of the entrepreneurial venture

Virgilio Failla

LMU Munich, ISTO

# 441

The determinants of eco innovative performance according to firms' strategic profiles : The case of French Industrial Firms

Simon Nadel

Université Toulouse 1, Lereps

# 442

Innovation Investment under Policy Uncertainty: Exploring Factors Influencing Firms’ Technological Investment Decisions

Claire K. Wan

University of Sussex, SPRU

# 443

Putting Complexity to Use: Distinguishing Low-Emission Vehicles (LEVs) as Environmental Technology in Patent Data

Pepijn Olders

University of Amsterdam, Amsterdam Institute for Social Science Research (AISSR)

# 445

CUSTOMER ORIENTATION AND ORGANIZATIONAL RESPONSIVENESS

Maggie Qiuzhu Mei

Grenoble Ecole de Management, MTS

Kwaku Atuahene-Gima

China Europe International Business School,

# 446

Rebuilding after the storm: the role of innovation in completing infrastructure system transformation

Katherine Lovell

University of Sussex, Science Policy Research Unit

# 447

Selection and market dynamics. Some comparative evidence

Giovanni Dosi

Scuola Superiore Sant'Anna, LEM

Daniele Moschella

Scuola Superiore Sant' Anna, Institute of Economics

Emanuele Pugliese

Scuola Superiore Sant'Anna, LEM

Federico Tamagni

Scuola Superiore Sant'Anna, Pisa, Institute of Economics

# 450

From Nonprofit to For-Profit enterprises: Entrepreneurial ventures typology

Daniela Guerra dos Santos

Instituto Superior Técnico, IN+, Center for Innovation, Technology and Policy Research

Joana Mendonça

Instituto Superior Tecnico, Universidade de Lisboa, Centre for Innovation, Technology, and Policy Research, IN+

Miguel Amaral

IST, IN+

# 453

Technological Capabilities of Chinese Enterprises – Who Is Going to Compete Abroad?

Philipp Boeing

Centre for European Economic Research (ZEW), Industrial Economics

Elisabeth Mueller

Frankfurt School of Finance and Management, Management

Philipp Sandner

Technische Universität München, Management

# 456

Consistently Capricious: Simultaneous and Sequential Exploration and Exploitation

Martin C. Goossen

USI Lugano, Institute of Management

Navid Bazazzian

HEC Paris, Department of Strategy

# 457

Complementarities in scientific production. Evidence from scientific research.

Christian Martinez Diaz

University of Strasbourg, Faculty of Economics

# 459

Great Minds Think Alike, and Fools Seldom Differ: A Theory on the Moments of Firms' Performance Distributions.

Ulrik William Nash

University of Southern Denmark, Strategic Organization Design

# 460

Analysing the Determinants of Entrepreneurship in European Cities

Andrés Barreneche García

Université Paris-Sud, Management Science

# 464

USERS ABILITY TO SHARE KNOWLEDGE WHEN INTEGRATED IN NEW PRODUCT DEVELOPMENT - EVIDENCE FROM THE PHARMACEUTICAL INDUSTRY

Marie Smed

Technical University of Denmark, DTU Business

Søren Salomo

Technical University of Denmark, DTU Business

# 469

Geography of knowledge networks: Case studies of technological capability development of Swiss mechanical and electrical engineering companies with subsidiaries based in China

Daniel Nicola Faeh

University of Bern, Geography

# 474

Characteristics of Regional Industry-specific Employment Growth

Matthias Duschl

Philipps University Marburg, Department of Geography

Thomas Brenner

Philipps University Marburg, Economic Geography and Location Research

# 482

Product Quality and Technological Change - Evidence from the Computer Games Industry

Christian Essling

Ifo Institute for Economic Research at the University of Munich, Industrial Organisation and New Technologies

# 483

Situated Learning and Change in Organisational Practices: Learning the Ropes of the Commercialization of Academic Research

Dagmara Maria Weckowska

University of Sussex, Business and Management

# 484

Policy driven innovation - the role of energy saving obligations for energy distributors in Denmark

Tobias Møller Ruby

Technical University of Denmark, Management Engineering

# 487

Corporate Social Responsibility in the Danish shipping industry

Jan Skovgaard

Copenhagen Business School, Department of Innovation and organizational Economics

# 488

A Status-Update on the Radical Innovation Management Family: A Literature Review

Jimmi Normann Kristiansen

Aalborg University, Business & Management

# 491

HOW DOES R&D WORKER RECRUITMENT AFFECT TECHNOLOGICAL EXPLORATION? A LONGITUDINAL STUDY OF R&D ACTIVE FIRMS IN DENMARK

Arjan Markus

Tilburg University, Department of Organization Studies

Hans Kongsted

,

# 492

Cooperation or Competition: Grant-Back Clauses in Technology Licensing Contracts

Solon Moreira

IESE Business School, Entrepreneurship Department

Keld Laursen

DRUID, Copenhagen Business School and NTNU Norway, Department of Innovation and Organizational Economics and De

Maria Isabella Leone

LUMSA University, Department of Law

Toke Reichstein

Copenhagen Business School, INO

# 495

The Role of Knowledge Users in Energy Innovation Projects and Their Effect on Innovation Performance

Nadika Anuruddhi Bulathsinhala

University of Southern Denmark, Integrative Innovation Marketing

Mette Praest Knudsen

SDU, Department of Marketing & Management

# 496

External knowledge sourcing and innovation performance: The role of managerial practices.

Ana Garcia-Granero

Polytechnic University of Valencia and University of Valencia, INGENIO (CSIC-UPV)

Jaider Vega-Jurado

INGENIO (CSIC-UPV) Universitat Politècnica de València,

# 497

Governance as a mechanism to alleviate financing constraints on investment

Anna Grosman

Imperial College Business School London, Innovation & Entrepreneurship, Faculty of Management

# 500

Transfer technology from University to firms and the role of the Technology Transfer Offices: how organizational context and available resources determine performance

Rui Cartaxo

Universidade de Lisboa, Instituto Superior de Economia e Gestão

Manuel Godinho

,

# 508

Art in the Age of its Digital Reproduction: Organisational Responses to Digital Music in the Classical Music Industry

Brian Kavanagh

Imperial College, Business School

# 510

Can we live on services? Exploring manufacturing-services interfaces and their implications for industrial policy design

Antonio Andreoni

University of Cambridge, Centre for Science, Technology and Innovation Policy - IfM

Carlos Lopez Gomez

University of Cambridge, Institute for Manufacturing

# 512

The influence of the characteristics of CEO on open innovation in SMEs

Joonmo Ahn

University of Cambridge, Institute for Manufactering

Tim Minshall

University of Cambridge, Institute for Manufacturing

# 515

Institutional framework for fostering innovation capabilities and collective action: The case of Nuevo León, Mexico

Danilo Chavez

Tecnologico de Monterrey, EGAP

# 516

Technology and market dynamics in the wind energy sector: do first mover advantages exist? An exploratory analysis on the level of (national) innovation systems.

roberta squillace

SCUOLA SUPERIORE SANT ANNA, management

# 520

Eco-innovation in business models – theoretical considerations

Liina Joller

University of Tartu, Faculty of Economics and Business Administration

# 523

Collective Institutional Entrepreneurship in Emerging Technologiocal Fields

Maria Gradillas

Imperial College London, Business School

# 533

Eco-innovation Dynamics at a Large State-Owned Wind Turbine Manufacture in China: Learning and Stakeholder Relations

YAN YANG

AALBORG UNIVERSITY, DEVELOPMENT AND PLANNING

# 543

Innovating by Design? How Design Practice Shapes Furniture Innovation

Carolyn J. Hatch

University of Toronto, Geography and Planning

# 544

The Dynamics of Organizational Knowledge: a Framework for Innovation

Fernando Luiz Goldman

Universidade Federal do Rio de Janeiro, Instituto de Economia

# 545

The impact of IT resources on SMEs innovation performance

Abdulrhman Abdullah Albesher

Brunel University, West of London, UK, Advanced Manufacturing and Enterprise Engineering AMEE

Supervisor: Dr. Rebecca De Coster | Lecturer in innovation in the AMEE, Brunel University, West of London, UK

# 546

Licensing Out as a Real Activity to engage in Myopic Management

Goretti Cabaleiro Cervino

Universidad Alberto Hurtado, Faculty of Economics and Business

# 547

Identifying Breakthroughs: Cognitive vs. Economic

Sarah Kaplan

University of Toronto, Rotman School

Keyvan Vakili

University of Toronto, Rotman School of Management

# 550

Can Organizations Mitigate Individual Biases? Evidence from Mutual Fund Investment Decisions

Dimo Ringov

ESADE Business School, Dept. of Business Policy

# 557

THE ROLE OF PUBLIC RESEARCHER MOBILITY FOR INDUSTRIAL INNOVATION

Ann-Katrine Ejsing

The Danish Insurance Association,

Ulrich Kaiser

University of Zurich, Dept. of Business Administration

Hans Kongsted

,

Keld Laursen

DRUID, Copenhagen Business School and NTNU Norway, Department of Innovation and Organizational Economics and De

# 558

REMOTE COLLABORATION, ABSORPTIVE CAPACITY, AND THE INNOVATIVE OUTPUT OF HIGH-TECH SMALL FIRMS

Jeroen p.j. de Jong

RSM Erasmus University, Strategic Mngt & Entrepreneurship

Mark Freel

University of Ottawa and Lancaster University, Management School

# 561

Timing of Search and Innovation. The Moderating Effect of Firm Age and Size

Tommaso Savino

University of the Republic of San Marino, Economics and Technology

Antonio Messeni Petruzzelli

Politecnico di Bari, Department of Mechanics, Mathematics and Management

# 562

TAX INCENTIVES AND DIRECT SUPPORT FOR R&D: WHAT DO FIRMS USE AND WHY?

Ester Martinez-Ros

Universidad Carlos III, Department of Business Administration

Isabel Busom

Universitat Autonoma de Barcelona, Economia Aplicada

Beatriz Corchuelo

Universidad de Extremadura, Analisis Economico y Gestión de Empresas

# 563

Advancing a knowledge-based dynamic capabilities framework to predict innovation

Haibo Zhou

University of Groningen, Innovation management and strategy

# 564

Test

Jeanette Hvarregaard

Aalborg University, Department of Business and Management

# 566

Towards a Richer Specification of the Exploration/Exploitation Trade-off: Hidden Knowledge-based Aspects and Empirical Re-sults for a Set of Large R&D-Performing Firms

Torben Schubert

Lund University, CIRCLE

# 568

The Impact of Project Contributions and Social Factors on Authorship and Inventorship

Carolin Haeussler

University of Passau, Chair of Organization, Technology Management and Entreprene

Henry Sauermann

Georgia Institute of Technology, Scheller College of Business

# 569

Interdisciplinarity in Practice: A Case of a Nanotechnology Research Center

Sarah Kaplan

University of Toronto, Rotman School

Jonathan Milde

University of Pennsylvania, History and Sociology of Science

Ruth Schwartz Cowan

University of Pennsylvania, History and Sociology of Science

# 570

Role of external knowledge flows in cluster upgrading: an empirical analysis of the Mirandola biomedical district in Italy

Sandrine Labory

University of Ferrara, Department of Economics, Institutions, Territory

# 571

Defensive Disclosure Under Antitrust Enforcement

Ajay Bhaskarabhatla

Erasmus School of Economics, Applied Economics

Enrico Pennings

Erasmus University Rotterdam, Applied Economics

# 572

Resource Allocation Flexibility for Innovation Performance: The Effects of Breadth, Uncertainty, and Selectiveness

Ronald Klingebiel

,

Christian Rammer

ZEW, Dept. of Industrial Economics and International Management

# 573

Patterns and determinants of trademark use in Portugal

Ricardo Paes Mamede

ISCTE-IUL, Department of Political Economy

Teresa Fernandes

UECE,

# 574

Speed of Entrepreneurial Learning and Firm Growth

Indu Khurana

Florida International University, Economics

# 575

Technological Capabilities of Chinese Enterprises: Who is Going to Compete Abroad?

Elisabeth Mueller

Frankfurt School of Finance and Management, Management

Philipp Boeing

Centre for European Economic Research (ZEW), Industrial Economics

Philipp Sandner

Technische Universität München, Management

# 576

Spin-offs are not the Only Story: Demand Start-ups in High-tech Industries

Roberto Fontana

University of Pavia & ICRIOS-Bocconi University, Economics and Management

PAMELA Adams

,

Franco Malerba

Bocconi University, Department of Management and Technology

# 577

Interlaced Knowledge in the Emergence of a New Architecture at ATLAS, CERN

Philipp Tuertscher

VU University Amsterdam, Information, Logistics and Innovation

Raghu Garud

Pennsylvania State University, Management and Organization

Arun Kumaraswamy

Temple University, Strategic Management

# 580

Alignment of innovation policy objectives, a demand side perspective

Isabel M. Bodas-freitas

Grenoble Ecole de Management, Technology Management

Nick von Tunzelmann

Sussex University, SPRU

# 581

Not-Invented-Here: How Cohesive Socialization Practices Affect The Formation Of Negative Attitudes Toward External Knowledge

Ana Luiza Burcharth

Fundação Dom Cabral, Department of management

Andrea Fosfuri

Universidad Carlos III de Madrid, Business Administration

# 582

Why is outsourcing difficult

Magda Dobrajska

,

# 583

The Impact of Mission-Oriented Initiatives on University Research: The Case of Nanotechnology in the U.S.

Hyun Ju Jung

Georgia Institute of Technology, College of Management

Jeongsik Jay Lee

Georgia Institute of Technology, College of Management

# 584

The role of institutional entrepreneurship in standard wars: The Blu-ray Disc Case

Shen-Chen William Chang

Birkbeck College, University of London, Management

Klaus Nielsen

Birkbeck College, University of London, Management

# 585

Unleashing Inventions? How Do Firms Link Technologies to Applications in the Market for Technology

Thomas Klueter

The Wharton School, Management

Gary Dushnitsky

London Business School, Strategy & Entrepreneurship

# 586

Openness and innovation performance: are small firms different?

Priit Vahter

University of Birmingham,

James Love

Enterprise Research Centre & Warwick Business School, University of Warwick

Stephen Roper

Enterprise Research Centre & Warwick Business School, University of Warwick

# 587

The value of design strategies for new product development: Some econometric evidence

Stephen Roper

Enterprise Research Centre & Warwick Business School, University of Warwick

James Love

Enterprise Research Centre & Warwick Business School, University of Warwick

Priit Vahter

University of Birmingham, Business School

# 588

Video Game Niches: Specialization, Substitutability and Strategy

Benjamin Engelstätter

Maastricht, ZEW Mannheim / Information and Communication Technologies,

Michael R. Ward

University of Texas at Arlington, College of Business

# 589

Deriving Value by Signaling Good Citizenship: The Case of Open Source Software

Dilan Aksoy-yurdagul

ESC Rennes School of Business, Department of Strategy and Innovation

# 590

Coordination Experience and Team Performance

Thorsten Grohsjean

LMU Munich, Institute for Strategy, Technology & Organization

Cristian Dezsö

University of Maryland, Robert H. Smith School of Business

Tobias Kretschmer

LMU Munich, Institute for Strategy, Technology and Organization

# 592

ORACLE OR OBSTACLE? INDIVIDUAL LEVEL KNOWLEDGE HETEROGENEITY AND INNOVATION

Kristina Vaarst Andersen

Copenhagen Business School, Innovation and Organizational Economics

# 594

Open for Ideation: Individual-level Openness and Idea Generation in R&D

Ammon Salter

,

Anne L.J. Ter Wal

Imperial College Business School, Department of Innovation & Entrepreneurship

Paola Criscuolo

Imperial College Business School, Department of Innovation and Entrepreneurship

Oliver Alexy

Technische Universität München, TUM School of Management

# 595

Open innovation and NIH syndrome through the lens of transaction cost economics

Seidali Kurtmollaiev

Norwegian School of Economics (NHH), Department of Strategy and Management

# 596

The returns from process innovation: patterns, antecedents and results

jose-luis hervas-oliver

universidad politecnica valencia and florida state university, management

francisca Sempere sempere ripoll

Polytechnic of Valencia, Management

Carles Boronat-Moll

Polytechnic of Valencia, Management

# 597

Policy for environmental innovation: a comparative review of empirical evidence from two sectors

Anna Bergek

Linköping University, Department of Management and Engineering

Christian Berggren

Linköping University, Department of Management and Engineering

# 598

The multiple embeddedness of MNEs’ foreign R&D subsidiaries in external home, external host and internal networks

Suma Athreye

Brunel University, Business School

Georgios Batsakis

Brunel University, Business School

Satwinder Singh

Brunel University, Business School

# 600

Trade Secrets, Non-Competes, and Inventor Mobility: Empirical Evidence

Ivan Png

National U of Singapore, NUS Business School

# 601

DRUID 2012

Anja Schulze

ETH Zürich, MTEC

# 602

Gates or Geek? - Innovation, personality traits and entrepreneurial failure in highly innovative industries

Uwe Cantner

Friedrich Schiller University Jena, Department of Economics and Business Administration

Rainer Silbereisen

Friedrich Schiller University, Department of Economics

Sebastian Wilfling

,

# 603

Determinants of Pharmaceutical Innovation: The Role of Technological Opportunities Revisited

Bastian Rake

University of Passau, Organization, Technology Management and Entrepreneuship

# 604

Citius, altius, fortius? Community-enabled bricolage and the growth of entrepreneurial ventures

Oliver Alexy

Technische Universität München, TUM School of Management

Evila Piva

Politecnico di Milano, DIG

Cristina Rossi-lamastra

Politecnico di Milano, Department of Management, Economics and Industrial Engineeri

# 605

Flourish or Perish: The Influence of Interorganizational Networks and Flexibility on Technology Success in Winner-take-all Markets

Geerten van de Kaa

Delft University of Technology, Values, Technology and Innovation

# 606

Collaboration for Innovation in a Big City Region

Siw Marita Fosstenløkken

University of Oslo, Department of educational research - IME

# 607

State of an innovation system: theoretical and empirical advance towards an innovation efficiency index

Carlos Montalvo

TNO, Strategy & Policy

Saeed Moghayer

-, -

# 608

Choosing Not to Choose: A Behavioral Perspective on Parallel Search

JP Eggers

NYU, Mgmt & Orgs

Elad Green

New York University, Management & Organization

# 609

Going underground: bootlegging and individual innovative performance

Paola Criscuolo

Imperial College Business School, Department of Innovation and Entrepreneurship

Ammon Salter

,

Anne L.J. Ter Wal

Imperial College Business School, Department of Innovation & Entrepreneurship

# 611

Balancing between Exploration and Exploitation across Acquisitions and Alliances

Navid Asgari

NUS Business School, Management

Hossein Eslami

National University of Singapore, NUS Business School

# 612

Interlocking patent rights and modularity: Insights from the Gillette Fusion razor

Christian Sternitzke

CFH Beteiligungsgesellschaft, Early Stage Venture Team

# 613

Are Trade Marks and Patents Complementary or Substitute Protections for Innovation?

Valentine Millot

Université de Strasbourg,

Patrick Llerena

University of Strasbourg, Bureau d'Economie Theorique et Appliquee (BETA)

# 614

The Speedy Road to Success: Knowledge Overlap in R&D Teams

Annamaria Conti

Georgia Institute of Technology, College of Management

Karin Hoisl

University of Mannheim, Mannheim School of Management

# 616

Focalization of Network Contents

Sampsa Samila

NUS Business School, Strategy & Policy

Emily Erikson

Yale University, Sociology

# 617

Academic Entrepreneurship and Disruption of Academic Cooperation

Sotaro Shibayama

University of Tokyo, Department of Technology Management for Innovation

# 619

Rock ‘n Roller Coaster: An Explorative Study on the Evolution of the European Steel Roller Coaster Industry

Bram Timmermans

Norwegian School of Economics/ Aalborg University, DRUID, Department of Strategy and Management

Rudi Bekkers

Eindhoven University of Technology, School of Innovation Sciences

Luca Bordoli

Aalborg University, Department of Business and Management

# 620

Co-patenting and inventive performance: in search of the proximity paradox

Lorenzo Cassi

University of Paris 1, Centre Economie de la Sorbonne

Anne Plunket

Paris Sud, ADIS

# 621

The mechanisms of regional branching: An investigation of the emerging fuel cell industry

Anne Nygaard Tanner

Lunds Universitet, CIRCLE

# 622

Industry Platforms and Ecosystem Innovation

Annabelle Gawer

Imperial College, Organisation and Management Group

Michael Cusumano

MIT, Sloan School of Management

# 624

How Valuable Is Your Partnership? A Framework for Valuing Public-Private Research Partnerships in Biomedical Sciences

Koen Dittrich

Rotterdam School of Management, Erasmus University, Technology & Operations Management

# 625

Does collaborating with customers enhance the benefits of R&D and marketing investments for innovation performance?

Elif Bascavusoglu-moreau

INSEAD, Innovation Policy Initiative

Bruce S. Tether

University of Manchester, Manchester Business School

# 627

In good company: The influence of peers on industry engagement by academic scientists

Valentina Tartari

CBS, INO

Markus Perkmann

Imperial College London, Business School

Ammon Salter

,

# 629

SUSTAINABILITY AND MARKET CONDITIONS:THE RESOURCE EFFICIENCY PARADOX

sanja pekovic

The Chaire AFNOR Performance des organisations - Fondation University Paris-Dauphine,

# 631

IN THE MOOD FOR RISK? AN EXPERIMENT ON MOODS AND RISK PREFERENCES

Theresa Michl

Ludwig Maximilian University Munich, Munich School of Management, Institute for IOM

Philipp Koellinger

Erasmus University Rotterdam, Department of Applied Economics, Erasmus School of Economics

Arnold Oskar Picot

Ludwig Maximilian University Munich, Munich School of Management, Institute for IOM

# 634

How Does Team Diversity Evolve? Exploring Adaptation and Perpetuation Perspectives in Entrepreneurial Team Change

Riccardo Fini

University of Bologna, Management

Rosa Grimaldi

University of Bologna, Dept. Management

Simone Santoni

Sir John Cass Business School, Management Department

Mike Wright

Imperial College London, Imperial College Business School

# 635

Are patents signals for the IPO market? Evidence for an empirical analysis of the US and the European software industry

Diego Useche

University of Bordeaux, Economics and Management

# 636

Open service innovation and the firm's search for external knowledge

Elif Bascavusoglu-moreau

INSEAD, Innovation Policy Initiative

Andrea Mina

Univeristy of Cambridge, Judge Business School and Centre for Business Research

Alan Hughes

,

# 637

Dancing With the Stars: How Talent Shapes Firm Performance

Bo Eriksen

,

# 638

Media Sentiment and the Propensity to Patent

Killian J Mccarthy

University of Groningen, Faculty of Economics and Business

Wilfred Dolfsma

University of Groningen, School of Economics and Business

Eelko Huizingh

University of Groningen, Innovation management & Strategy

# 639

What networks to support innovation

Annalisa Caloffi

University of Padova, Department of Economics and Management

Federica Rossi

Birkbeck, University of London, Department of Management

Margherita Russo

University of Modena and Reggio Emilia, Department of Economics

# 640

From big to small: the relative size effect on corporate capital allocation

David Bardolet

,

Dan Lovallo

University of Sydney,

Richard Rumelt

University of California Los Angeles,

# 641

Creativity of same-discipline interactions

Kevyn Yong

,

# 642

Elements of A Theory Of Entrepreneurial Rents

Mohammad Keyhani

University of Calgary, Haskayne School of Business

Moren Lévesque

York University, Schulich School of Business

Anoop Madhok

York University, Schulich School of Business

# 645

Does additionality persist? A panel data investigation of the legacy effects of public support for innovation

Stephen Roper

Enterprise Research Centre & Warwick Business School, University of Warwick

Nola Margot Hewitt-dundas

Queen's University Belfast, Queen's University Management School

# 646

The organization of industrial R&D and scientific disclosure

Markus Simeth

KU Leuven, Faculty of Economics and Business

Stephane Lhuillery

ICN Business School, Strategy Departement

# 647

Entry time, pre-entry experience and firms’ exit in the Digital Audio Players industry

Nicoletta Corrocher

Bocconi University, CRIOS - Department of Management & Technology

Roberto Fontana

University of Pavia & ICRIOS-Bocconi University, Economics and Management

Roberto Camerani

University of Sussex, SPRU

# 648

Shaping the formation of university-industry research collaborations: what type of proximiy does really matter?

Pablo D' Este

CSIC-UPV Polytechnic University of Valencia - Spanish Council for Scientific Research, INGENIO (CSIC-UPV)

Frederick Guy

Birkbeck College, University of London,

Simone Iammarino

LSE, Department of Geography and Envrionment

# 649

Mind the Gap: Adapting and Reorienting Organizational Architectures

Federica Ceci

Università G.d'Annunzio, D.E.A.

Francesca Masciarelli

Università degli Studi "G. d'Annunzio", Dipartimento di Economia Aziendale

Andrea Prencipe

University 'G. d'Annunzio', Department of Management and Business Administration

# 650

Creating an Interactive-Recursive Model of Knowledge Transfer

Verena Christiane Eckl

Stifterverband für die deutsche Wissenschaft e.v., SV Wissenschaftsstatistik

# 652

Modeling the ecosystem: a meta-synthesis of ecosystem and related literatures

Llewellyn D. W. Thomas

Abu Dhabi School of Management, Innovation & Entrepreneurship

Erkko Autio

,

# 653

Learning to Write Killer Apps? A Specialist/Trans-Specialist Perspective in Developing Innovations for the Marketplace

Terence Ping Ching Fan

Singapore Management University, Lee Kong Chian School of Business

Xuesong Geng

Singapore Management University, Lee Kong Chian School of Business

# 654

Credibility and legitimacy in policy-driven innovation networks: Resource dependencies and expectations in Dutch electric vehicle subsidies

Frank J Van Rijnsoever

Utrecht University, Innovation Studies

Leon Welle

Utrecht University, Science & Innovation Management

Sjoerd Bakker

TU-Delft, OTB

# 655

An Exploration of Collaborative Prototyping

Marcel Bogers

University of Southern Denmark, Mads Clausen Institute

Willem Horst

University of Southern Denmark, Mads Clausen Institute

# 656

Trademarks and venture capital funding

Geertjan De Vries

Erasmus University Rotterdam,

# 657

COOPERATION OR COMPETITION: GRANT-BACK CLAUSES IN TECHNOLOGY LICENSING CONTRACTS

Keld Laursen

DRUID, Copenhagen Business School and NTNU Norway, Department of Innovation and Organizational Economics and De

Maria Isabella Leone

LUMSA University, Department of Law

Solon Moreira

IESE Business School, Entrepreneurship Department

Toke Reichstein

Copenhagen Business School, INO

# 659

Modular Components, Integrated Practices: Managing Complexity and Interdependence in Temporary Organizations

Richard Tee

LUISS, Department of Management

Andrew Davies

Imperial College, Business School

# 661

REVISITING THE LINK BETWEEN COOPERATIVE CLIMATE AND KNOWLEDGE SHARING BEHAVIOR: THE ROLE OF JOB AUTONOMY AND INTRINSIC MOTIVATION

Oscar Llopis

Universit. de Bordeaux, GREThA

Nicolai Foss

,

# 663

Does co-location accelerate knowledge outflows from FDI? The role of MNC subsidiaries' technology sourcing strategies

Alessandra Perri

Universidad Carlos III,

raffaele Oriani

luiss guido carli, department of business and management

Francesco Rullani

Luiss Guido Carli, Entrepreneurship and Management of Innovation

# 664

Collaboration Patterns and Product Innovation in the Basque Country. Does Foreign Ownership Matter?

Henar Alcalde

Orkestra-Basque Institute of Competitiveness and Deusto Business School, Strategy

# 665

Ano-creativity-DRUID2012.pdf

Patrick Llerena

University of Strasbourg, Bureau d'Economie Theorique et Appliquee (BETA)

Patrick Cohendet

HEC Montréal, MOSAIC

Laurent Simon

HEC Montréal, MOSAIC

# 666

Organizational routines as negotiated order: The case of a young technological company

Alexander Marco Martin

University of Flensburg, International Institute for Management

Carsten Dreher

Freie Universität Berlin, School of Business & Economics

# 667

The induced strategy process as a force of strategic entrepreneurship

Arne Stjernholm Madsen

CBS, INO

# 668

The Market Value of Standard-Setting Activities for Technology Providers

Katrin Hussinger

University of Maastricht, Organization and Strategy

Franz Schwiebacher

,

# 670

Modeling interactions between user and producer innovation: User-contested and user-complemented markets

Christina Raasch

TUHH and MIT, Sloan School of Management

Eric A. von Hippel

MIT, Sloan School of Management

# 671

Cooperative Markets for Ideas: When does Technology Licensing Combine with R&D Partnerships?

Giulia Trombini

Ca’ Foscari University of Venice, Department of Management

Anna Comacchio

Ca' Foscari University of Venice, Department of Management

# 674

Knowledge systematisation and the development of a business function: the case of design

Beatrice D'ippolito

University of Manchester, Manchester Business School (MIoIR)

Marcela Miozzo

The University of Manchester, UK, Manchester Institute of Innovation Research

Davide Consoli

CSIC-Polytechnic University of Valencia, Valencia, INGENIO

# 676

The birth and the rise of the cluster concept

Silvia Rita Sedita

University of Padova, Department of Economics and Management

Luciana Lazzeretti

University of Florence - IFAC-CNR, Department of Economics and Management

Annalisa Caloffi

University of Padova, Department of Economics and Management

# 678

A Behavioral Perspective on Inventors’ Mobility: The Case of Pharmaceutical Industry

Francesco Di Lorenzo

Copenhagen Business School, Strategic Management and Globalization

# 679

'Open Innovation Thinking as a Mechanism for Strategic Development of Knowledge Intensive Ventures

Astrid Heidemann Lassen

Aalborg University, Department of Business and Management

Maureen Mckelvey

University of Gothenburg, School of Business, Economics and Law

# 680

R&D subsidiaries’ innovative performance “revisited”: a multilevel approach.

Georgios Batsakis

Brunel University, Business School

# 683

BUYER BEHAVIOR IN MARKETS FOR TECHNOLOGY: TECHNOLOGY PROXIMITY BETWEEN FIRM PORTFOLIO AND IN-LICENSED PATENTS

Ayfer Ali

Boston University School of Management, Strategy and Innovation

Iain Cockburn

,

# 684

Big Pharma, Little Science? A bibliometric perspective on big pharma’s R&D decline

Ismael Rafols

University of Sussex, SPRU --Science and Technology Policy Research

Michael Hopkins

University of Sussex, SPRU-Science and Technology Policy Research

# 685

Cannibalization, Innovation, and Spin-outs

April Franco

University of Toronto Scarborough, Management

James Campbell

University of Toronto, Management

# 688

Losing my religion? Diversification into laser technology by German machine tool producers, 1975-2008

Guido Buenstorf

University of Kassel, Department of Economics and INCHER-Kassel

Matthias Geissler

Technical University Dresden, Faculty of Business and Economics

Christina Guenther

,

# 689

Does the global fragmentation of R&D activities pay back? The home region perspective

Lorena M. D'agostino

University of Barcelona, FBG BBVA

Grazia Santangelo

University of Catania, Department of Political and Social Science

# 690

Transnational Intellectual Property Strategies and Firms' Knowledge Adoption: Evidence from China-U.S. Patent Dyads

Kenneth Huang

,

Jiatao (J.T.) Li

Hong Kong University of Science and Technology, School of Business and Management

# 691

Performance Implications of Outsourcing in the Mobile Telecommunications Industry

Jörg Claussen

ifo Institute for Economic Research, Industrial Organisation and New Technologies

Tobias Kretschmer

LMU Munich, Institute for Strategy, Technology and Organization

Daniel Oehling

London School of Economics and Political Science, Managerial Economics and Strategy Group

# 692

Focal actors and eco–innovation in production and distribution systems

Paul Dewick

, Manchester Business School

# 693

Market leadership through technology - Backward compatibility in the U.S. Handheld Video Game Industry

Jörg Claussen

ifo Institute for Economic Research, Industrial Organisation and New Technologies

Tobias Kretschmer

LMU Munich, Institute for Strategy, Technology and Organization

Thomas Spengler

University of Munich, Institute for Strategy, Technology and Organization

# 694

Mix and Match: Corporate Diversification and CVC Portfolio Strategies

Laura Toschi

University o f Bologna, Department of Management

Federico Munari

University of Bologna, Department of Management

Paul Nightingale

,

# 695

Spinoffs and SME's - Potential motivation and rationales

René Chester Goduscheit

University of Southern Denmark, Department of Marketing & Management

Stefan Brendstrup

,

# 696

R&D INCENTIVES: THE EFFECTIVENESS OF A PLACE-BASED POLICY

Roberto Gabriele

university of Trento, Department of Management and Computer Sciences

Marco Corsino

,

Anna Giunta

University of Rome 3, DEpartment of Economics

# 698

The impact of patenting on collaboration: Evidence from a Norwegian panel of two waves of the Community Innovation Survey

Eric James Iversen

NIFU Nordic Institute for Studies in Innovation, Research and Education, Research and Innovation Policy

# 699

The Ambidexterity of Managers' Networks

Michelle Rogan

INSEAD, Entrepreneurship

Louise Mors

CBS, SMG

# 700

Too much of a good thing: the role of alliance portfolio diversity for innovation output in the biotechnology industry

Wilfried Zidorn

University of Würzburg, Entrepreneurship and Management

Marcus Wagner

University of Würzburg, Chair for Entrepreneurship and Management

# 701

Boundaries creation in emerging activities: a first step in the categorization process of a sector

Zhen Zong

IAE of Lille, Strategic managment of organizations

Benoit Demil

IAE of Lille, Strategic managment of organizations

# 702

The Co-evolution of Technologies and Markets - Market Transparency in Nanotech Evolution

Maj Munch Andersen

Technical University of Denmark, Management Engineering/Technology and Innovation Management

Ludovic Mendes

ENSTA ParisTech, ENSTA

# 703

Market and Science: Combining Knowledge Sources for Patent Commercialization

Martina Pasquini

Bocconi University, Department of Management and Technology

Myriam Mariani

Bocconi University, Public Policy

Giovanni Valentini

Bocconi University, Department of Management and Technology

# 704

Cluster decline and resilience –The case of the wireless communication cluster in North Jutland, Denmark

Eunkyung Park

Aalborg University, Department of Business and Management

Christian Richter Oestergaard

Aalborg University, Department of Business and Management

# 705

Are technology gatekeepers constraining my cluster? Unfolding radical changes in clusters

jose-luis hervas-oliver

universidad politecnica valencia and florida state university, management

jose Albors

polytechnic of valencia, management

# 706

Barriers of knowledge transfer

Verena Christiane Eckl

Stifterverband für die deutsche Wissenschaft e.v., SV Wissenschaftsstatistik

# 708

The Demand and Supply of External Finance for Innovative Firms

Andrea Mina

Univeristy of Cambridge, Judge Business School and Centre for Business Research

Henry Lahr

The Open University, Department of Accounting and Finance

Alan Hughes

,

# 710

The evolution of KIBS between standardization and customization: the rise of Combinatory KIBS

Marco Bettiol

University of Padova, Economics and Management

Eleonora Di Maria

University of Padova, Department of Economics and Management

Roberto Grandinetti

University of Padova, Department of Economics and Management

# 711

Identification of individuals with special qualities - Assessing the performance of pyramiding search

Christoph Stephan Stockstrom

Hamburg University of Technology, Institute of Marketing and Innovation

René Chester Goduscheit

University of Southern Denmark, Department of Marketing & Management

Jacob Høj Jørgensen

University of Southern Denmark, Department of Marketing & Management

Christian Lüthje

Hamburg University of Technology, Institute of Innovation Marketing

# 712

Founders and Joiners: The Role of Individual Characteristics, Social Context, and Commercial Opportunities in Entrepreneurial Intentions

Michael Roach

Duke University, Fuqua School of Business

Henry Sauermann

Georgia Institute of Technology, Scheller College of Business

# 713

AN INVESTIGATION INTO THE DETERMINANTS OF DIFFUSION OF WIND POWER

Konstantinos Delaportas

UCL - University College London, SSEES - School of Slavonic and East European Studies

# 715

The search for new alternatives: How human agents balance exploration and exploitation in complex tasks

Stephan Billinger

SDU, SOD

Nils Stieglitz

Frankfurt School of Finance & Management gGmbH, Management Department

Terry Schumacher

Rose-Hulman Institute of Technology, Engineering Management

# 716

Peer effects and academics’ industry involvement: The moderating role of age on professional imprinting

Christoph Grimpe

Copenhagen Business School, INO

Birgit Aschhoff

,

# 718

Early growth of new science-based firms: the influence of institutional configurations

Marcela Miozzo

University of Manchester, Manchester Business School

Lori Divito

University of Manchester, Manchester Business School

# 719

Back to the Future: A short History of Interorganizational Project Practices in Dutch Shipbuilding

Roland Levering

Tilburg University, Center for Innovation Research

Rik Ligthart

Tilburg University, Center for Innovation Research

Niels Noorderhaven

Tilburg University, Center for Innovation Research

Leon Oerlemans

Tilburg University, Center for Innovation Research

# 721

Hierarchical Participation Constraints for Adaptive Learning and Coordination

Sangyoon Yi

University of Southern Denmark, Marketing & Management

Nils Stieglitz

University of Southern Denmark, Department of Marketing & Management

Thorbjorn Knudsen

SDU, SOD

# 724

Changing patterns of R&D relocation activities in the course of the global economic crisis

Steffen Kinkel

Fraunhofer Institute for Systems and Innovation Research ISI, Industrial and Service Innovation

Oliver Som

Fraunhofer Institute for Systems and Innovation Research ISI, Industrial and Service Innovation

# 725

The Knowldege Learning Network and the Geographical Embeddedness: a Case Study of Shanghai Zhangjiang High Technology Park in China

CHI-HAN Ai

Nanfang College of Sun Yat-Sen University, China, Department of Economics and Business Management

# 727

REINFORCEMENT LEARNING IN STRATEGIC DECISION-MAKING

Thorsten Grohsjean

LMU Munich, Institute for Strategy, Technology & Organization

Tobias Kretschmer

LMU Munich, Institute for Strategy, Technology and Organization

Nils Stieglitz

University of Southern Denmark, Department of Marketing & Management

# 729

Tie formation over the network life cycle: evidence from telecommunications

LORENZO Zirulia

University of Bologna, Department of Economics

Stefano Breschi

Bocconi University, KITeS, Department of Management and Technology

Franco Malerba

Bocconi University, Department of Management and Technology

# 732

More Than Words: Is Startup’s Propensity to Patent and Publish Sensitive to Investor Characteristics?

Gary Dushnitsky

London Business School, Strategy & Entrepreneurship

Elisa Alvarez-Garrido

Georgia State University,

# 733

Division of labour in cultural production: Competences and strategies of game developers and publishers

Mirva Peltoniemi

Jyväskylä University School of Business and Economics, Strategy and Entrepreneurship

Henri Schildt

Hanken School of Economics, Management and Organization

# 735

The heterogeneity of the development process of new technology-based firms

Ugo Rizzo

University of Ferrara, Dipartimento di Economia e Management

Francesco Nicolli

University of Ferrara, Department of economics and management

Laura Ramaciotti

University of Ferrara, Department of Economics and Management

# 737

OBSTACLES TO INNOVATION: WHAT HAMPERS INNOVATION IN FRANCE AND ITALY?

Fabrice Galia

Burgundy School of Business - Groupe ESC Dijon Bourgogne - Dijon Paris, Department of Organisation Management and Entrepreneurship

Sara MANCINI

TRW Automotive, European Steering Operations, Shirley, England,

Valentina MORANDI

University of Bergamo, Italy, Department of Economics and Management of Technology

# 738

The Change of Institutional Logic in the European Commission Research Funding Instruments

Petra Johanna Turkama

Aalto University, Center for Knowledge and Innovation Research (CKIR)

Jukka Mattila

Aalto University, School of Business, Organization & Management

# 740

Commonalities, differences, and interplay between global production networks and global innovation networks in two multinational companies

Cristina Chaminade

Lund University, CIRCLE

Ju Liu

University of Tampere, Unit for Science,Technology and Innovation Studies (TaSTI)

# 743

The life science cluster of Emilia Romagna: has technological specialisation evolved into related varieties?

Fiorenza Belussi

University of Padova, Department of Economics and Management

# 744

Universities and Regional Innovation Output:  A Detailed Empirical Study of 19 Technologies in Germany

Thomas Brenner

Philipps University Marburg, Economic Geography and Location Research

# 745

Tertius Gaudens vs. Tertius Iungens: the Dynamics of market changes

Antoine Vernet

Imperial College London, Business School

# 746

When Do Alliance Partners Become Attractive Targets?

Fiorenza Belussi

University of Padova, Department of Economics and Management

Daniela Baglieri

Messina, scienze aziendali

Luigi Orsi

University of Milan, Department of Economics, Management and Quantitative Methods

# 748

ADAPTIVE REPLICATION: KNOWLEDGE REUSE IN FAST-PACED INDUSTRIES

Stefano Miraglia

University College London, The Bartlett

# 749

Liabilities of Foreignness and International Growth: Examination of IPR-based and Product-based Strategies

Noni Symeonidou

Warwick Business School, Entrepreneurship and Innovation group

Johan Bruneel

Imperial College London, Innovation & Entrepreneurship

Erkko Autio

,

# 750

Spatial concentration of industries and new firm exits: Does this relationship differ between exits by closure and by M&A?

Anet Weterings

PBL Netherlands Environmental Assessment Agency, Spatial economic research

Orietta Marsili

University of Bath, School of Management

# 753

How do the institutions involved in scientific collaboration deal with spatial and institutional distance? An analysis of the co-autorships of scientific publications

Roberto Iorio

University of Salerno, Department of Economics and Statistics

Rosamaria D'amore

University of Salerno, Department of Economics and Statistics

Sandrine Labory

University of Ferrara, Department of Economics, Institutions, Territory

# 755

Once bitten, twice shy? – Learning from experience in the context of R&D cooperation and copying of IP

Annika Lorenz

Hasselt University, Innovation Management

Theresa Veer

University Tübingen, Business Administiration

# 756

Acquisition Implementation Strategies: Structural Integration and Acquired CEO Retention as Sequential Events

Keivan Aghasi

Politecnio di Milano, Department of Management, Economics and Industrial Engineeri

Massimo Gaetano Colombo

Politecnico di Milano, Department of Management, Economics and Industrial Engineeri

Cristina Rossi-lamastra

Politecnico di Milano, Department of Management, Economics and Industrial Engineeri

Ognjenka Zrilic

Politecnico di Milano, Department of Management, Economics and Industrial Engineeri

# 758

Routine Structure and Knowledge Management: Impacts on Routine Attributes, Value and Imitability

Dmitry Sharapov

Imperial College Business School, Department of Innovation and Entrepreneurship

# 761

Spot the Differences! The invariable nature of skill-relatedness in Germany

Frank Neffke

Erasmus University Rotterdam, Erasmus School of Economics

Anne Otto

Institute of Employment Research (IAB), Regional Research Network

Antje Weyh

, Institute of Employment Research (IAB)

# 765

The spatial range of university knowledge and the creation of knowledge intensive firms

Massimiliano Guerini

Politecnico di Milano, Management Engineering

Andrea Bonaccorsi

Università di Pisa - DESTEC, DESTEC

Cristina Rossi-lamastra

Politecnico di Milano, Department of Management, Economics and Industrial Engineeri

Massimo Gaetano Colombo

Politecnico di Milano, Department of Management, Economics and Industrial Engineeri

# 766

Faraway, so close. Division of labour, supplier relationships and outsourcing strategies.

Federica Ceci

Università G.d'Annunzio, D.E.A.

Andrea Prencipe

University 'G. d'Annunzio', Department of Management and Business Administration

# 768

Coopetition strategies and innovation in pre-competitive R&D programs: the case of wireless telecommunication sector

Andre NEMEH

MRM-Université de Montpellier, ISEM

Saïd YAMI

MRM–University of Montpellier 1, Euromed Management, ISEM

# 769

The performance effects of uniplex, multiplex and diverse social ties: A study of Bollywood film production

Mark Lorenzen

CBS, INO

Kristina Vaarst Andersen

Copenhagen Business School, Innovation and Organizational Economics

# 771

The search environment is not benign: Reassessing the social risks of intra-organizational search

Sam MacAulay

Imperial College, Business School

John Steen

University of Queensland, Business School

Tim Kastelle

University of Queensland, Business School

# 772

Testing for Clustering of Industries Evidence from micro geographic data

Tobias Scholl

Goethe Universität Frankfurt, Geography/Sociology

Thomas Brenner

Philipps University Marburg, Faculty of Geography

# 774

THE FATEFUL TRIANGLE: COMPLEMENTARITIES BETWEEN PRODUCT, PROCESS AND ORGANIZATIONAL INNOVATION IN THE UK AND FRANCE

Fabrice Galia

Burgundy School of Business - Groupe ESC Dijon Bourgogne - Dijon Paris, Department of Organisation Management and Entrepreneurship

Gerard Ballot

University Panthéon-Assas Paris 2, Economics

Fathi FAKHFAKH

Université Paris II-Sorbonne universités and TEPP-CNRS, ERMES (EAC CNRS 7181)

Ammon Salter

,

# 775

Exploring Organizational Routines in Project-Based Organizations

Dajana D'Andrea

University of Sussex, SPRU

Michael Hobday

University of Brighton, CENTRIM

Andrea Prencipe

University 'G. d'Annunzio', Department of Management and Business Administration

# 776

In the Right Place at the Right Time: Submarkets and Entry Timing Advantages in the US Comic Books Industry

Gianluca Capone

Utrecht University, Urban and Regional Research Centre Utrecht (URU)

Allya Paramita Koesoema

University of New South Wales, Australian School of Business

# 778

INNOVATING BACKWARDS: REVERSE R&D PROCESS IN SERVICE INNOVATION

Ivanka Visnjic

Ramon Llull University, ESADE Business School

Taija Tuulia Turunen

Aalto University, Industrial Engineering and Management

Andy Neely

Cambridge University, Department of Engeneering

# 779

How do Recombinative Capabilities and Technological Proximity Influence Innovative Performance? A Study on the ICT sector

grazia cecere

Telecom Ecole de Management, DEFI KIND

Muge Ozman

telecom ecole de management, MMS KIND

# 782

Internal R&D Versus In-licensing Complements or Substitutes

Marco Ceccagnoli

Georgia Institute of Technology, College of Management

Mattew Higgins

Georgia Institute of Technology, College of Management

Vincenzo Palermo

University of Toronto, Munk School of Global Affairs

# 783

Diversification and firm performance in dynamic environments: the role of the firm’s dynamic capabilities and absorptive capacity.

Pavlos Symeou

Cyprus University of Technology, School of Management and Economics

Tobias Kretschmer

LMU Munich, Institute for Strategy, Technology and Organization

# 784

Global Innovation Networks: Towards a Taxonomy

Cristina Chaminade

Lund University, CIRCLE

# 785

Researchers' mobility and its impact on scientific productivity

Ana Fernandez-Zubieta

Spanish National Research Council, Institute for Advanced Social Studies

Aldo Geuna

University of Torino, Department of Economics and Statistics Cognetti de Martiis

Cornelia Lawson

Universita di Torino,

# 786

Business model Innovation of Complex Service Providers- A Quest for Fit

Ivanka Visnjic

Ramon Llull University, ESADE Business School

Andy Neely

Cambridge University, Department of Engeneering

# 787

FIRM BOUNDARIES AND INVESTMENTS IN INFORMATION TECHNOLOGIES

Idana Salazar

La Rioja, Economía y Empresa

Jaime Gómez

La Rioja, Economía y Empresa

Pilar Vargas

La Rioja, Economía y Empresa

# 789

How does concept development contribute to successful launch? Exploring the role and the sources of Hard-to-Imitate Signals

Magnus Holmén

Chalmers University of Technology, Technology Management and Economics

Sara Fallahi

Chalmers University of Technology, Technology Management and Economics

Rifat Sharmelly

The University of New South Wales, Australian School of Business,

# 790

Inventor networks, knowledge dynamics and new products: A longitudinal study on North-American medical device firms

Martin C. Goossen

USI Lugano, Institute of Management

# 791

UNPACK IT: ORGANIZATIONAL AMBIDEXTERITY BETWEEN STRUCTURE, KNOWLEDGE AND PERFORMANCE. AN EMPIRICAL ANALYSIS

Davide Aloini

University of Pisa, DESE

Antonella Martini

University of Pisa, DESE

Paolo Neirotti

Politecnico di Torino, Department of Management and Production Engineering

# 792

Market Formation: Examining the Coordination of Heterogeneous Contributions

Jeroen Struben

McGill University, Desautels Faculty of Management

Brandon Lee

London Business School,

# 793

The Relative Importance of Firms, Universities, Governments, and Nonprofits as Innovation Intermediaries

Wei Wei Wu

University of Ottawa, Telfer School of Management

Margaret Dalziel

University of Waterloo, Conrad Business, Entrepreneurship and Technology Centre

# 794

Quantity or quality? What do academic R&D funds promote?

Manuel Acosta

University of Cadiz. Agrifood Excellence International Campus (ceiA3)., Department of Economics

Daniel Coronado

University of Cadiz. Agrifood Excellence International Campus (ceiA3)., Department of Economics

ESTHER Ferrandiz

UNIVERSITY OF CADIZ, ECONOMICS

M.Dolores León

University of Cadiz. Agrifood Excellence International Campus (ceiA3)., Department of Economics

# 796

Performance Implications of Replicating Practices Inaccurately

Dirk Martignoni

Herr, Institute of Management

Helmut Dietl

University of Zurich, Department of Business Administration

Markus Lang

,

# 797

Unique synergies in technology acquisitions

George Chondrakis

University of Oxford, Said Business School

# 798

Selective openness, fairness and the motivation to contribute to open innovation communities

Cord Gruenewald

Hamburg University of Technology, Institut for Technology and Innovation Management

# 799

Fast Track to Learning: Explaining the Puzzle of Heterogeneity in Learning

Thomas Roulet

HEC Paris, Strategy

Kristina Birgitta Dahlin

King's College London, Management

# 800

Do Market Leaders Lead in Business Process Innovation? The Case(s) of E-Business Adoption

Kristina Mcelheran

University of Toronto, Strategy

# 801

Servitization: The Extent and Motivations for Service Provision amongst UK Manufacturers

Bruce S. Tether

University of Manchester, Manchester Business School

Elif Bascavusoglu-moreau

University of Cambridge, Centre for Business Research

# 802

Influence of IPRs and Competition Policy on the Development of Entrepreneurship across Countries

Kun Fu

Imperial College London, Innovation and Entrepreneurship Department

Kun Liu

Wayne State Univaersity, Department of Management & Information Systems Management

# 803

Departmental Cross-Functional Absorptive Capacity

J. Piet Hausberg

University of Osnabrueck, School of Business Administration and Economics

# 804

THE EMERGENCE OF A NEW TECHNOLOGY: A MULTI-PERSPECTIVE ANALYSIS ON THE CASE OF HUMAN PAPILLOMA VIRUS (HPV) MOLECULAR DIAGNOSTIC TESTS

Daniele Rotolo

,

Michael Hopkins

University of Sussex, SPRU-Science and Technology Policy Research

Ismael Rafols

University of Sussex and Polytechnic University of Valencia, SPRU and INGENIO (CSIC-UPV)

# 805

A multi-level multidimensional approach for measuring dynamic capabilities in service innovation management

Matthijs Janssen

Harvard Kennedy School, Center for International Development

Alexander Alexiev

VU University of Amsterdam, Faculty of Economics and Business Administration

Pim Den Hertog

University of Amsterdam, Amsterdam Centre for Service Innovation

Carolina Castaldi

Eindhoven University of Technology, School of Innovation Sciences

# 806

Does one-size-fits-all fit anyone? Allocative inefficiency in copyright for creators

Kristin Amalia Atladottir

University of Iceland, School of Business

# 807

A Theory of Market Pioneers

Matthew Mitchell

University of Toronto, Economics

# 808

SAPPHO Revisited: Factors of Innovation Success in Knowledge-Intensive Entreprises in Central and Eastern Europe

Slavo Radosevic

UCL - University College London, SSEES - School of Slavonic and Eastern European Studies

Esin Yoruk

Coventry University, Business School

# 809

SYSTEMIC PROXIMITY IN EUROPEAN NANOTECHNOLOGY NETWORKS

Scott Cunningham

Delft University of Technology, Technology, Policy and Management

Claudia Werker

Delft University of Technology, Department Technology Policy and Management

# 811

The role of the user in radical innovation: a global perspective

Gouya Harirchi

Copenhagen Business School, Innovation & Organizational Economics (INO)

Cristina Chaminade

Lund University, CIRCLE

# 812

Towards a Theory of Industry Emergence:Entrepreneurial Actions to Imagine, Create, Nurture and Legitimate a New Industry

Bruce S. Tether

University of Manchester, Manchester Business School

Ileana Stigliani

Imperial College London, Imperial College Business School

# 813

Innovation, Employment Creation and Destruction and Foreign Ownership of Firms

Bernhard Dachs

AIT - Austrian Institute of Technology, Innovation Systems

Peters Bettina

ZEW, Industrial Economics and International Managment

# 814

Technological opportunities, entry barriers and regional firm demographics: The case of Quebec’s manufacturing

Serghei Floricel

UQAM, Management of Technology

Mihai Ibanescu

UQAM, Management of Technology

# 815

ALL FOR THE MONEY? THE AMBIGUITY OF MONETARY REWARDS IN FIRM-INITIATED IDEATION WITH USERS

Christoph Ihl

,

Alexander Vossen

RWTH Aachen University, Technology and Innovation Mnagement Group

Frank Piller

RWTH Aachen University, Technology and Innovation Mnagement Group

# 816

THE INFLUENCE OF ORGANIZATIONAL COMPETENCES IN THE RELATION BETWEEN CORPORATE CONTEXTS AND STRATEGIC GROUPS

Walter Bataglia

Mackenzie Presbyterian University, Centre for Applied and Social Sciences

Iara Ferreira

Mackenzie Presbyterian University, Centre for Applied and Social Sciences

# 817

The Impact of Governance Uncertainty on Technology Diversification

Bettina Lynda Bastian

American University of Beirut, Olayan School of Business

Christopher Tucci

EPFL, College de Management

Marcel Bogers

University of Southern Denmark, Mads Clausen Institute

# 818

Knowledge Base of Industrial Clusters and Regional Technological Specialization: Evidence from ICT Industrial Clusters in China

Kun Fu

Imperial College London, Innovation and Entrepreneurship Department

# 820

The Dynamics of VC Firm Network Position and Performance in the United States 1980-2001

gordon Walker

cox school of business, smu, dallas, strategy and entrepreneurship

Oliver Gottschalg

HEC Paris, Strategy

Bo Kyung Kim

Yonsei University, Management

# 822

Competitive Effects of Modern Patent Pools: The Effect of the MPEG-2 Pool on Incumbents’ Innovative Performance

Keyvan Vakili

University of Toronto, Rotman School of Management

# 823

Who are the green innovators? An empirical analysis of firm's level factors driving environmental innovation adoption

Valentina De Marchi

University of Padova, Department of economics and management

Roberto Grandinetti

University of Padova, Department of Economics and Management

# 825

How do young entrepreneurial ventures in high-tech sectors react to the global crisis?

Evila Piva

Politecnico di Milano, DIG

Massimo Gaetano Colombo

Politecnico di Milano, Department of Management, Economics and Industrial Engineeri

Anita Quas

Politecnico di Milano,

Cristina Rossi-lamastra

Politecnico di Milano, Department of Management, Economics and Industrial Engineeri

# 826

Innovation in the biotechnology industry: The role of university-generated intellectual property rights, knowledge base investments and funding mechanisms

Ani Gerbin

University of Rijeka Faculty of Medicine, Center for Proteomics

Mateja Drnovsek

Faculty of Economics, University of Ljubljana, Entrepreneurship

# 827

Internationalization in cyberspace

Volker Mahnke

CBS, INT

Moshe Yonatani

Ruppin Academic Leadership Center,

Yen Tran

Heriot Watt University, School of Management and Languages

# 828

Technology Roadmapping and SMEs: A Literature Review

Norin Arshed

University of Strathclyde, Business School

John Finch

University of Strathclyde, Business School

Raluca Bunduchi

University of Aberdeen, Business School

# 829

Organizing for Open Innovation - Aligning Internal Structure and External Knowledge Sourcing

Christoph Ihl

,

Frank Piller

RWTH Aachen University, Technology and Innovation Mnagement Group

Philipp Wagner

RWTH Aachen University, Technology and Innovation Management Group

# 830

Incentivation of the “right” academics for participation in industry clusters

Thorsten Teichert

Universität Hamburg, Arbeitsbereich Marketing und Innovation

Thomas Clauß

University of Hamburg, Chair of Marketing and Innovation

Alexander Rachko

University of Hamburg, Chair of Marketing and Innovation

# 831

Open Source Software and Open Content Comparison: Same Same but Different

Daniel Ehls

Hamburg University of Technology, Institute for Technology and Innovation Management

Elda Dedja

Hamburg University of Technology, Institute for Technology and Innovation Management

Cornelius Herstatt

Hamburg University of Technology, Institute for Technology and Innovation Management

# 832

Institutional Spillovers, Public Financial Support and R&D Cooperation Strategies in Spanish Firms

ROCIO PRIETO

BANK OF SPAIN, PUBLIC SECTOR AND FISCAL POLICY

Maite Martínez-Granado

NAIDER and University of the Basque Country,

Yolanda Rebollo-Sanz

Universidad Pablo de Olavide, Departamento de Economía

# 833

Managing Creativity to Develop Absorptive Capacity:The NIH Syndrome and the Implementation of Open innovation Business Model

Ozge Cokpekin

,

# 834

Entry Strategies of Multinational Banks in Central and Eastern Europe: Institutions, Uncertainty and Competition

Thijs Nacken

Erasmus University Rotterdam, Applied Economics

Bas Karreman

Erasmus University Rotterdam, Applied Economics

Enrico Pennings

Erasmus University Rotterdam, Applied Economics

# 835

Is Academic Science Trapped Inside The Ivory Tower? Universities and Science-Based Cumulative Invention

Michael Bikard

London Business School, Strategy and Entrepreneurship

# 836

The return on scientific mobility: An econometric analysis based on CV data

Christian Reiner

JOANNEUM RESEARCH, POLICIES - Centre for Economic and Innovation Research

Susanne Meyer

JOANNEUM RESEARCH, POLICIES - Centre for Economic and Innovation Research

# 837

Choosing Paths to Becoming a Systems Integrator: Lessons from Airbus' "New Systems Policy"

Isabel Doerfler

CGI Germany, CGI Germany

Oliver Baumann

University of Southern Denmark, Marketing & Management

Markus Becker

Syddansk University, Institut for Marketing & Management Strategy and Organizatio

# 838

Adder: a new model for simulating the evolution of technology, with observations on why perfectly knowledgeable agents cannot launch technological revolutions

Janne M. Korhonen

Aalto University, School of Business

Julia Kasmire

Delft University of Technology,

# 840

ORGANIZATIONAL DESIGN FOR ABSORPTIVE CAPACITY LINKING INDIVIDUAL AND ORGANIZATIONAL LEVELS

Massimo Gaetano Colombo

Politecnico di Milano, Department of Management, Economics and Industrial Engineeri

Nicolai Foss

,

Cristina Rossi-lamastra

Politecnico di Milano, Department of Management, Economics and Industrial Engineeri

# 841

Small Serial Innovators in the UK: does size matter?

Carlo Corradini

University of Nottingham, Nottingham University Business School

Giuliana Battisti

University of Nottingham, Nottingham University Business School

Pelin Demirel

University of Nottingham, Business School

# 843

University-Industry Knowledge and Technology Transfer: Isomorphism of university technology transfer organizational units (Working Paper)

Manca Poglajen

University of Ljubljana, IRI UL - Institute for Innovation and Development

# 844

Does Timing of R&D Collaborations Explains the heterogeneity of their outcomes?

Jingshu Du

,

Bart Leten

University of Leuven, Managerial Economics, Strategy and Innovation

Wim Vanhaverbeke

Hasselt University, Innovation Management

# 845

EBCAR: An Event-Based Approach to Measuring Strategy’s Impact on Long-Term Financial Performance

Sidney Winter

,

Anuja Gupta

Wharton, Mack Center

# 846

How are radical innovations developed? An analytical framework to examine radical innovations based on the Values of Cohesion approach.

LUCIA H. T. VIEGAS

Financiadora de Estudos e Projetos - FINEP, The Brazilian Agency of Innovation

José Vitor Bomtempo Martins

Federal University of Rio de Janeiro, School of Chemistry

# 849

How does the current economic crisis affect venture initial capital structure?

Ana Venâncio

ISEG School of Economics Management, Management Department

# 850

From knowledge linkages to value added: using the lens of ‘innovation value chain’ on the comparison of high- tech and low- tech industries

Wan-Lin Hsieh

Aston University, Economics and Strategy

James Love

Enterprise Research Centre & Warwick Business School, University of Warwick

Panagiotis Ganotakis

Birmingham University, Department of Management

# 851

Combinations and Cultural Content: Catch-up in the Chinese Gaming Industry

Seng-su Tsang

National Taiwan University of Science and Technology, Business administration

Ted Tschang

Singapore Management University, Lee Kong Chian School of Business

# 852

Is shock treatment good for you? The impact of a crisis as a function of its length

Janne M. Korhonen

Aalto University, School of Business

# 853

How the Intent to Explore and Partner Diversity Matter for Learning Partner

Hamid Mazloomi

ESC Rennes School of Business, Strategy and Innovation

Dominique Jolly

SKEMA,

# 855

Resource and Attention Adaptation after Crisis

Daniela Blettner

Simon Fraser University, Beedie School of Business

Philipp Tuertscher

VU University Amsterdam, Information, Logistics and Innovation

Richard Bettis

University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill, Strategy and Entrepreneurship

# 857

The Innovation Impact of Knowledge Exchanges within and across Connected Firms in Developing Economies

Tomohiro Machikita

IDE and Copenhagen Business School,

# 860

Taste for Science, Taste for Commercialization, and Hybrid Scientists

Henry Sauermann

Georgia Institute of Technology, Scheller College of Business

Michael Roach

Duke University, Fuqua School of Business

# 861

Aggregate Innovation Fluctuations and Complementary Ideas

David Eric Fieldhouse

The University of Western Ontario, Economics

# 865

The evolution of the French collaborative network of innovation: towards clustering?

Rachel Levy

Université de Toulouse, LEREPS

Caroline Hussler

UTBM, BETA

Pierre Triboulet

INRA, UMR AGIR

# 866

Innovation policy evaluation – challenges and roads ahead

Jesper Lindgaard Christensen

Aalborg, Dept. of Business Studies

# 867

Who are the world leaders in innovation? The changing role of firms from emerging economies

Claudia De Fuentes

St Mary University, Sobey School of Business

Cristina Chaminade

Lund University, CIRCLE

# 868

Evolution of technological diversity in software: A case study of video indexing

Altay Özaygen

Institut Mines-Télécom, Télécom Ecole de Management, Management, Marketing and Strategy Department

# 869

The unleashing of Creative Potential from Exiting Firms … not really?

Jacob Rubaek Holm

,

Christian Richter Oestergaard

Aalborg University, Department of Business and Management

Thomas Roslyng Olesen

University of Southern Denmark, Institute of History and Civilization

# 870

Employment effect of innovation: microdata evidence from Bangladesh and Pakistan

Abdul Waheed

UNU-MERIT/Maastricht University, Economics

# 871

The role of organizational knowledge integrators in large R&D projects

Nadika Anuruddhi Bulathsinhala

University of Southern Denmark, Integrative Innovation Marketing

Mette Praest Knudsen

SDU, Department of Marketing & Management

# 875

THE INTER-RELATIONSHIPS BETWEEN EXTERNAL R&D, INFORMAL PARTNERSHIPS AND INNOVATION PERFORMANCE

Levan Bzhalava

Friedrich Schiller University Jena, Microeconomics and Business Administration

Mette Praest Knudsen

SDU, Department of Marketing & Management

Uwe Cantner

Friedrich Schiller University Jena, Department of Economics and Business Administration

# 876

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Ivan1 den meget Grusomme

Pine, Plage

# 877

Does Size Matter? Parallel Search and the Efficacy of Experiential Learning

Hart Posen

University of Michigan, Ross School of Business

Dirk Martignoni

Herr, Institute of Management

Daniel Levinthal

University of Pennsylvania, Wharton School

# 883

The Determinants of Faculty’s Involvement Toward Pasteurian Orientation In Entrepreneurial Universities

Tung-Fei Tsai-Lin

National Tsing Hua University, Institute of Technology Management

Yuan-Chieh Chang

National Tsing Hua University, Taiwan, Institute of Technology Managemen

Phil Y. Yang

National Taichung University, Graduate Institute of Business Administration

# 884

Dynamic Complementarities in Innovation Strategies: paradigm shift or business as usual?

James Love

Enterprise Research Centre & Warwick Business School, University of Warwick

Stephen Roper

Enterprise Research Centre & Warwick Business School, University of Warwick

Priit Vahter

University of Birmingham,

# 886

For Whom the Bell Tolls - Personality and various motives of entrepreneurial exit

Sebastian Wilfling

,

# 888

The influence of industry downturns on the propensity to innovate

Luca Berchicci

Rotterdam School of Management - Erasmus University, Department of Strategic Management & Entrepreneurship

Christopher Tucci

EPFL, College de Management

Cristiano Zazzara

École Polytechnique Fédérale de Lausanne, CdM-CSI

# 889

Job mobility of science and engineering PhDs: ‘movers’ and ‘stayers’ and implications for knowledge flows to industry

Hsing-fen Lee

Middlesex University London, Business School

Marcela Miozzo

University of Manchester, Manchester Business School

Philippe Laredo

Université Paris-Est (ENPC, LATTS) and University of Manchester, LATTS and Manchester Business School

# 892

Not all technology combinations are created equal - How technological rarity increases innovation value

Lars Alkaersig

CBS, INO

Karin Beukel

Copenhagen University, Department for Food and Resource Economics

Giancarlo Lauto

University of Udine, Economics & Statistics

Finn Valentin

Copenhagen Business School, Innovation and Organizational Economics

# 893

How Large Scale Research Facilities Connect to Global Research

Giancarlo Lauto

University of Udine, Economics & Statistics

Finn Valentin

Copenhagen Business School, Innovation and Organizational Economics

# 896

Seeing One's Hopes Dashed? Empirical Evidence on the Impact of the Research Use Exemption on the Propensity to Patent

Diana Heger

ZEW Mannheim,

Alexandra Karin Zaby

University of Tuebingen, School of Business and Economics

# 897

The revolution that never arrived: Clinical and genetic paradigms in bio-medical research and the R&D productivity paradox

Michelle Gittelman

Rutgers Business School, Management and Global Business

# 898

Innovating standards through informal consortia: The case of wireless telecommunications

Aija Leiponen

Cornell University, Dyson School of Applied Economics and Management

Henry Delcamp

Ecole des Mines ParisTech,

# 899

TECHNOLOGY SHOCKS, TECHNOLOGICAL COLLABORATION, AND INNOVATION OUTCOMES

Melissa A. Schilling

,

# 906

The impact of innovation support programmes on SME innovation in traditional manufacturing industries: an evaluation for seven EU regions

Dragana Radicic

Staffordshire University, Business School

Geoffrey Pugh

Staffordshire University, Business School

# 907

Small-world network characteristics and firm innovativeness - Empirical evidence from the German laser industry

Muhamed Kudic

Halle Institute for Economic Research, Knowledge and Innovation

# 908

Is Entrepreneurship Genetic? Advances about the Interaction between the Genetic Effect and the Environment.

Diego Zunino

Copenhagen Business School, INO

# 911

Public Policy & Industry Evolution: The Evolution of the Photovoltaic Industry in Germany

Ann-Kathrin Blankenberg

University of Göttingen, Institute of Economics

Ulrich Dewald

Institute of Technology, Karlsruhe,

# 915

Who can find Schumpeter's entrepreneur within todays large corportation?

Susanne Neufeld

Grenoble Ecole de Management & Newcastle University Business School, Doctorate of Business Administration (DBA) Program

# 921

Adder: a simplified model for simulating the search for innovations

Janne M. Korhonen

Aalto University, School of Business

Julia Kasmire

Delft University of Technology,

# 927

The Effect of Patent Litigation on Firms' Credit Ratings: Evidence for Germany

Paula Maria Schliessler

ZEW Mannheim, Industrial Economics

# 931

From exploration to exploitation: A pilot investigation of individual inventors in Ireland

Marie O' Connor

University College Cork, School of Economics

Nola Margot Hewitt-dundas

Queen's University Belfast, Queen's University Management School

# 936

Measuring the Strength of Intellectual Property Protection. A New Index for Plant Varieties (1961-2011)

Mercedes Campi

Sant'Anna School of Advanced Studies, LEM

Alessandro Nuvolari

Sant'Anna School of Advanced Studies, LEM

# 938

Patenting and co-invention in BRICS countries

Philip Hiroshi Ueno

Friedrich-Schiller-Universität Jena, Jena Graduate School for Human Behavior and Social Change

# 940

Competition on Rugged Landscapes

Leon Zucchini

,

# 943

The Survival of Firms Founded by Foreign Entrepreneurs

Claudia Rodrigues Alves

Universidade NOVA de Lisboa, Nova School of Business and Economics

# 944

Identifying Discontinuous Innovations ex Ante

Andreas Richter

Grenoble École de Management, Business Administartion

# 950

Innovative Procurement and R&D Subsidies: confounding effect and new empirical evidence on technological policies in a quasi-experimental setting

Emilio Raiteri

Ecole polytechnique fédérale de Lausanne, Cdm

Marco Guerzoni

Universitá di Torino, Dipartimento di Economia

# 956

How star scientists achieve succession? - Empirical study for destructive innovation in pharmaceutical industry

Yasushi HARA

Hitotusbashi University, Institute of Innovation Research

# 959

Defensive and Evasive IP Strategies: An Exploratory Analysis among Sectors

Annika Lorenz

Hasselt University, Innovation Management

Deepak Somaya

University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign, Business Administration

# 960

Voluntary environmental standards A new strategy to promote greener business

serdal Ozusaglam

Leeds University Business School, Centre for Operations and Supply Chain Research (COSCR)

# 961

Comparing the innovation process in “green” and “non-green” firms: A look at barriers to innovation

Siri Jakobsen

University of Nordland, Bodø Graduate School of Business

Tommy Clausen

Nordland Research Insitute,

# 965

Is Strategic Patenting still in vogue? A Reassessment of Motives to Patent a Decade after the Patent Peak

Knut Blind

Technische Universität Berlin, Chair of Innovation Economics

Sören Simon Petersen

TU Berlin, Innovation Economics

Julius Rauber

Technical University Berlin, Chair for Innovation Economics

# 970

Understanding LED technology as a lighting opportunity. A cognitive perspective on the efficiency dynamics in the U.S. LED market.

Simone Franceschini

DTU, Management Engineering

# 971

Taste for science and job (mis)match of industrial researchers

Maikel Pellens

Centre for European Economic Research (ZEW), Industrial Economics and International Management

Sam Arts

KU Leuven, Faculty of Economics and Business

Reinhilde Veugelers

KU Leuven, Managerial Economics, Strategy and Innovation

# 978

The Validity of Text Based Indicators of Firms' Exploration & Exploitation Activities

Nazlihan Ugur

KU Leuven, Managerial Economics, Strategy and Innovation

# 980

Science Parks versus Technology Parks: does the university make the difference?

Alberto Albahari

Universidad de Málaga, Department of Economics and Business Administration

Salvador Pérez-Canto

Universidad de Málaga, Department of Economics and Business Administration

Andres Barge-gil

Complutense University, Quantitative Economics

Aurelia Modrego

Universidad Carlos III de Madrid, Economics, Laboratory for Analysis and Assessment of Technic

# 981

Knowledge Types and Professional Firms: Using Organizational Structures and Division of Labour as Innovation Strategies

Katia Pina

University of Southampton - Southampton Business School, Centre of Excellence for Innovation & Enterprise (CIE)

# 982

A longitudinal analysis of blockbuster pharmaceutical drugs.

Thomas J. Hannigan

Temple University, Fox School of Business, Department of Strategic Management

Ram Mudambi

Temple University, Strategic Management Department

Andrew Sfekas

Temple University, Fox School of Business, Department of Risk, Insurance, and H

# 986

The Earth is not flat. We know that. Do we know the entrepreneurial personality?

Annemarie Østergaard

Aalborg, Business & Management

# 987

The post crisis transition: new investment circuits in Switzerland

Victoriya Salomon

University of Neuchâtel, Research Group in Territorial Economy

Thierry Theurillat

University of Neuchâtel, Research Group in Territorial Economy

Olivier Crevoisier

University of Neuchâtel, Research Group in Territorial Economy

# 988

Dynamic Innovative strategies at the firm level: the case of Argentinean manufacturing sector

Diana Valeria Suarez

Aalborg University - National University of Quilmes, Business and Management - Social Sciences

# 992

Heterogeneity, Information Sources, and the Introduction of Product and Process Innovations

Martin Backfisch

Philipps University Marburg & Baden-Wuerttemberg Cooperative State University (DHBW) Mannheim, Economics / Real Estate Mngmt - QM (50/50)

# 996

Linux Contribution and Patents, A Firm Level Analysis

Altay Özaygen

Institut Mines-Télécom, Télécom Ecole de Management, Management, Marketing and Strategy Department

# 998

Keeping the AppEconomy Booming: How commercial competition and signaling influence crowding out in complementer communities

Milan Miric

CBS, INO

# 1001

The transformation of science into patented inventions

Karin Beukel

Copenhagen University, Department for Food and Resource Economics

# 1002

“A study on the area of cocreation and the relation to product success”

Merethe Stjerne Thomsen

SDU, Odense, Institute of Technology and Innovation

Stoyan Tanev

SDU, Odense, Institute of Technology and Innovation

# 1003

Business model innovation and organizational inertia: costly signals, capabilities and users

Magnus Holmén

Chalmers University of Technology, Technology Management and Economics

Sara Fallahi

Chalmers University of Technology, Technology Management and Economics

# 1004

I Never Promised you a Rose Garden: An Analysis of the Rent Dissipation and Revenue Effect in Technology Licensing

Solon Moreira

IESE Business School, Entrepreneurship Department

Goretti Cabaleiro

Universidad Carlos III de Madrid, Department of Business Administration

# 1005

Walking assets: the cost of losing an employee

Juan Martin Carriquiry

AAU, Business and Management

# 1007

Job-hopping and new firm survival

Virgilio Failla

LMU Munich, ISTO

# 1008

Unveiling the characteristics of offshoring firms: An empirical study of Danish firms

Eunkyung Park

Aalborg University, Department of Business and Management

# 1010

The Evolution of R&D Networks in Public funded Renewable Energy Research

Daniel S. Hain

University of Aalborg, Department of Business and Management

# 1012

The Acquisition and Firm Growth: The perspective of Acquired Entrepreneurial Firms

Jing Xiao

CIRCLE, Lund University, CIRCLE and Department of Economic History

# 1014

Career paths and job creation of academic entrepreneurs in Germany

Nora Hesse

Leibniz Universität Hannover, Institute of Economic and Cultural Geography

# 1015

Characteristics of Foreign-born Inventors in Sweden

Yannu Zheng

Circle, Lund University, Economic History

Olof Ejermo

Lund University, CIRCLE

# 1016

Learning to Innovate: How Does Ambidextrous Learning Matter to Radical and Incremental Innovation capabilities?

Maggie Qiuzhu Mei

Grenoble Ecole de Management, MTS

Keld Laursen

DRUID, Copenhagen Business School and NTNU Norway, Department of Innovation and Organizational Economics and De

# 1019

The Evolution of the Danish Smart Grid Sector - Industrial Composition and Interaction Patterns

Roman Jurowetzki

Aalborg University, Department of Business and Management

# 1020

Project manager's characteristics influence in the entrepreneurial process: A project-based entrepreneurship model

Andres Ramirez

KTH, Department of Industrial Economics and Management

# 1022

The changing roles of foreign-owned subsidiaries in India in organizationally decomposed innovation processes

Benjamin Klement

Philipps-University Marburg, Department of Geography

# 1024

Tensions in firm-community collaboration and the role of intermediaries in exploiting synergies

Ghita Dragsdahl Lauritzen

Technical University of Denmark (DTU), DTU Management

Søren Salomo

Technical University of Denmark (DTU), DTU Management Engineering

# 1026

The University Transfer Technology performance of American Universities

Rui Cartaxo

Universidade de Lisboa, Instituto Superior de Economia e Gestão

Manuel Mira Godinho

Universidade de Lisboa, Instituto Superior de Economia e Gestão

Gennaro J. Gama

The University of Georgia, Technology Commercialization Office. Office of the VP for Re

# 1031

Understanding the Conditions for which Rare Cancers are Successfully Treated with Therapeutics: Insights From QCA

Philippa Crane

University of Sussex, SPRU

# 1038

Exploring the characteristics of Knowledge-Based Entrepreneurship in Greek high-technology sectors

Nikos Stelios Kanellos

NTUA, CHEMICAL ENGINEERING - LIEE

# 1042

Evolutionary economic geography and creative industries: A critical literature review

Su-Hyun Berg

university of Kiel, Department of Geography

Robert Hassink

University of Kiel, Dept. of Geography

# 1043

EFFECT OF INNOVATION MANAGEMENT CONSULTANCY SERVICES ON THE R&D AND MARKETING RELATIONSHIP

Luzselene Rincón-Argüelles

University of Cambridge, Department of Engineering

Tim Minshall

University of Cambridge, Institute for Manufacturing

Letizia Mortara

University of Cambridge, Institute for Manufacturing

# 1054

Academic Inventors and Knowledge Technology Transfer in nanoscience in Sweden

EVANGELOS BOURELOS

UNIVERSITY OF GOTHENBURG, INSTITUTE OF INNOVATION AND ENTREPRENEURSHIP

Berna Beyhan

UNIVERSITY OF GOTHENBURG, INSTITUTE FOR INNOVATION AND ENTREPRENEURSHIP

Maureen Mckelvey

University of Gothenburg, School of Business, Economics and Law

# 1055

The Clash of Social and Knowledge spaces: The assumed ismorphism under the hood

JUAN ANTONIO Candiani

Universidad Carlos III de Madrid, Business

# 1056

Labour mobility effect on wages: the professional football players’ case

Antonio Sergio Ribeiro

Technical University of Lisbon, Portugal, Center for Management Studies of Instituto Superior Técnico

Francisco Lima

Universidade de Lisboa, CEG-IST

# 1064

Innovation and Diffusion from South to North: Evidence from Mobile Banking

Paul van der Boor

Carnegie Mellon University / Universidade Católica Lisboa, Engineering & Public Policy

Serguey Braguinsky

Carnegie Mellon University, Engineering & Public Policy / Social and Decision Sciences

# 1065

Employees as contributors of self-developed solutions

Leid Zejnilovic

Universidad Catolica Portuguesa (NIF: 501082522), Engineering and Public Policy /CATOLICA-Lisbon School of B&E

Pedro Oliveira

Catholic University of Portugal, CATOLICA-Lisbon School of Business and Economics

# 1067

Conflicting voices of blockholders: implications for financing constraints

Anna Grosman

Imperial College Business School London, Innovation & Entrepreneurship, Faculty of Management

# 1068

Inventors' Working Autonomy; is it an incentive instrument?

Alfonso Gambardella

Bocconi University, Department of Management & Technology

Pooyan Khashabi

Bocconi University, Department of Economics

Claudio Panico

Bocconi University, Department of Management & Technology

# 1069

Disentangling the Links between Individual Creativity and Group Performance

Marianne Harbo Frederiksen

University of Southern Denmark, Department of Technology and Innovation

Mette Præst Knudsen

University of Southern Denmark, Integrative Innovation Management

# 1077

Is money all? Financing versus knowledge and demand constraints to innovation.

Gabriele Pellegrino

EPFL, College of Management of Technology

Maria Savona

University of Sussex, SPRU

# 1078

DO INNOVATIVE INPUTS LEAD TO DIFFERENT INNOVATIVE OUTPUTS IN MATURE AND YOUNG FIRMS?

Gabriele Pellegrino

EPFL, College of Management of Technology

Mariacristina Piva

Università Cattolica Sacro Cuore, Department of Economic and Social Sciences

# 1079

R&D DRIVERS IN YOUNG INNOVATIVE COMPANIES

Gabriele Pellegrino

EPFL, College of Management of Technology

Jose Garcia-quevedo

University of Barcelona, Public Economics and IEB

Marco Vivarelli

Università Cattolica del Sacro Cuore, Istituto di Politica Economica

# 1081

Competition, R&D and innovation: testing the inverted-U in a simultaneous system

Michael Peneder

,

# 1083

Evolving Toward an Ecosystem Perspective: Market Strategies for Science-based Ventures

Sarah Lubik

Simon Fraser University, Beedie School of Business

Elizabeth Garnsey

University of Cambridge, Centre for Technology Management

Tim Minshall

University of Cambridge, Institute for Manufacturing

# 1085

Patenting behaviour and the survival of newly-listed European software firms

Diego Useche

University of Bordeaux, Economics and Management

# 1087

Policy-Induced Environmental Technology and Inventive Efforts: Is There a Crowding Out?

Hanna Hottenrott

Heinrich Heine University Duesseldorf, Duesseldorf Institute for Competition Economics (DICE)

# 1088

Old Problems - New Solutions: Conversion of Capitals as a Tool for Shaping the Competitive Position in the Economic Field

Anna Maria Lis

Gdansk University of Technology, Faculty of Management and Economics

Adrian Lis

University of Gdansk, Faculty of Social Sciences

# 1089

INTER-GENERATIONAL HYBRIDS: SPILLBACKS, SPILLFORWARDS, AND SURVIVING TECHNOLOGY DISCONTINUITIES

Daniel Snow

,

# 1090

Orchestrating Innovation Ecosystems_IMEC

Nadine Roijakkers

Hasselt University, Strategy and Innovation Management

Bart Leten

KU Leuven / Vlerick Business School, Managerial Economics, Strategy and Innovation

Wim Vanhaverbeke

Hasselt University, Innovation Management

Andre Clerix

,

Johan Van Helleputte

,

# 1092

THE INITIAL PUBLIC OFFERING OF HIGH-TECHNOLOGY FIRMS: FEMALE EXECUTIVE MANAGERS AND INNOVATION

Cristina Quintana-garcìa

a, a

Carlos A. Benavides-velasco

,

# 1093

Climate Innovation – The Case of the Central German Chemical Industry

Wilfried Ehrenfeld

Halle Institute for Economic Research, Knowledge and Innovation

# 1094

No Strings Attached: Examining the Relationship between Loosely Coupled Research Partnerships and Innovative Performance

Felipe Monteiro

,

Thomas Klueter

The Wharton School, Management

Denise Dunlap

,

# 1096

Deferred Patent Examination

Ilja Rudyk

,

# 1097

Differences between innovative and non-innovative microenterprises: internal factors

Manuel Platero-Jaime

Universidad Europea de Madrid, Economics and International Affairs

Sonia Benito-Hernández

Universidad Politécnica de Madrid,

Antonio Rodríguez-Duarte

Universidad Complutense de Madrid,

# 1098

The Impact of University Technology Transfer Offices on Faculty Consulting: Decisions by Individual Inventors.

Yulia Muzyrya

Boston University, Department of Strategy and Innovation

# 1099

High Technology Clusters, Flagship MNE Subsidiaries, and Mothership Ecosystems: Specialisation, Adaptation and Connectivity in Staving off Cluster Malaise

Johanna Clancy

,

Paul Ryan

National University of Ireland, Galway, Whitaker Institute

Majella Giblin

,

# 1100

Public Funds and Local Biotechnology Firm Creation

Christos Kolympiris

University of Bath, School of Management

Nicholas Kalaitzandonakes

University of Missouri, Agricultural and Applied Economics

Douglas Miller

,

# 1101

Employers' networks and employees' productivity: An application to PhD students' outcomes

Annamaria Conti

,

Fabiana Visentin

École Polytechnique Fédérale de Lausanne, Chair in Economics and Management of Innovation

Stefano H Baruffaldi

EPFL, College of Management

# 1103

Targeting the Biotechnology Clusters in North Carolina and Israel: Lessons from Successful and Unsuccessful Policy Making

Gil Avnimelech

Ono Academic College, Business Administration Faculty

# 1104

Executive Migration and Incumbent Adaptation to Technological Change

Pao-Lien Chen

National Tsing Hua University, Institute of Technology Management

Matthew Kraatz

,

# 1105

University spillovers in Japan: channels, geography, and policy

Nobuya Fukugawa

Tohoku University, Graduate School of Engineering

# 1106

Institutional voids as a trigger for the emergence of born global production and innovation networks

Tarmo Kalvet

Tallinn University of Technology, Ragnar Nurkse School of Innovation and Governance

Helena Barnard

,

Marek Tiits

Institute of Baltic Studies,

# 1107

Exploring the Boomerang Effect: The Role of Core Technologies and Uncertainty in Explaining the Use of the Grant-Back Clause in Technology Licensing

Keld Laursen

DRUID, Copenhagen Business School and NTNU Norway, Department of Innovation and Organizational Economics and De

Maria Isabella Leone

LUISS Guido Carli, Management

Solon Moreira

IESE Business School, Entrepreneurship Department

Toke Reichstein

Copenhagen Business School, INO

# 1109

EFFECTS OF PERFORMANCE ASPIRATION AND KNOWLEDGE NETWORK ON TECHNOLOGICAL SEARCH

You-Ta Chuang

York University, School of Administrative Studies

Chun-Chi Yang

Fu-Jen Catholic University, Department of Business Administration

# 1110

Greasing the wheels of change: the impact of corruption on firms’ innovation in transition economies

Sorin Krammer

University of Groningen, Global Economics and Management

# 1113

Partner selection in international technological alliances: The role of institutional differences, historical ties and size of the focal firm

Sorin Krammer

University of Groningen, Global Economics and Management

# 1116

How Important is Industry-Specific Managerial Experience for Innovative Firm Performance

Benjamin Balsmeier

TU Freiberg, Chair for International Management and Corporate Strategy

Dirk Czarnitzki

KULeuven, MSI

# 1117

Multi-Industry Labour Force Skills: Structure and Dynamics

Davide Consoli

CSIC-Polytechnic University of Valencia, Valencia, INGENIO

Francesco Rentocchini

f.rentocchini@soton.ac.uk, University of Southampton, Southampton Business School

# 1118

Implementing an R&D Strategy without Prior R&D-Experience

Torben Schubert

Lund University, CIRCLE

# 1120

In-house R&D and External Knowledge Acquisition – What Makes Chinese Firms Productive?

Philipp Boeing

Centre for European Economic Research (ZEW), Industrial Economics

Elisabeth Mueller

Frankfurt School of Finance and Management, Management

Philipp Sandner

Technische Universität München, Management

# 1121

Subsidies, shadow of death and productivity

Heli Koski

ETLA, Competition, innovation and productivity

Mika Pajarinen

The Research Institute of the Finnish Economy, ETLA

# 1124

RECONFIGURING NATIONAL SCIENCE AND RESEARCH SYSTEMS: THE ROLE OF CHARITIES

Brian Wixted

University Of Saskatchewan, Johnson-Shoyama Graduate School of Public Policy

Adam Holbrook

Simon Fraser University, Centre for Policy Research on Science and Technology

# 1129

Friendships and Strategic Behavior in Labor Markets

Adina D Sterling

Washington University, Strategy

# 1131

Biotechnology as a Low-Level-of-Coherence Policy Priority: Effectual-Targeting and the Need for Learning and Experimentation Capabilities

Kaufmann Dan

Ben Gurion University, Business Administration

Oz Gore

Ben Gurion University,

# 1132

The Influence of Causation and Effectuation Logics on Targeted Policies: The Cases of Singapore and Israel

Kaufmann Dan

Ben Gurion University, Business Administration

# 1133

The impact of organizational knowledge integrators on innovative R&D projects

Nadika Anuruddhi Bulathsinhala

University of Southern Denmark, Integrative Innovation Marketing

# 1134

Open Source Participation Behavior - A Review and Introduction of a Participation Lifecycle Model

Daniel Ehls

Hamburg University of Technology, Technology and Innovation Management

Cornelius Herstatt

Hamburg University of Technology, Technology and Innovation Management

# 1136

Legitimacy without Imitation: How to Achieve Robust Business Model Innovation

Yuliya Snihur

IESE, Entrepreneurship

Christoph Zott

IESE, Entrepreneurship

# 1137

Proximity at a distance in infection and immunity research

Bryn Lander

University of British Columbia, Centre for Clinical Epidemiology and Evaluation

# 1138

THE MIXED BLESSINGS OF OPENNESS IN CREATIVE INDUSTRIES – THE CASE OF EUROPEAN CHEFS DE CUISINE

Andreas Braun

BSP Business School Berlin Potsdam, Business Administration

Christoph Ihl

,

# 1139

Just-in-time inventions and the development of standards: How firms use opportunistic strategies to obtain standard-essential patents (SEPs)

Byeongwoo Kang

IDE-JETRO, Inter-disciplinary Studies Center

Rudi Bekkers

Eindhoven University of Technology, School of Innovation Sciences

# 1141

Understanding Eco-Innovation Evolution: A Patent Analysis in the Energy Field

Vito Albino

Politecnico di Bari, Department of Mechanics, Mathematics and Management

Lorenzo Ardito

Politecnico di Bari, Department of Mechanics, Mathematics and Management

Rosa Maria Dangelico

"Sapienza" Università di Roma, Department of Computer, Control and Management Engineering

Antonio Messeni Petruzzelli

Politecnico di Bari, Department of Mechanics, Mathematics and Management

# 1142

The chosen ones:The Selection of Capabilities in Professional Service Firms

Ammon Salter

,

Paola Criscuolo

Imperial College Business School, Department of Innovation and Entrepreneurship

Thorsten Grohsjean

LMU Munich, Organizations Research Group

# 1143

All for One and One for All: How Intrafirm Networks Affect the Speed of Knowledge Recombination

Solon Moreira

IESE Business School, Entrepreneurship Department

Arjan Markus

Tilburg University, Department of Organization Studies

# 1144

CROWDFUNDING CREATIVE IDEAS: THE DYNAMICS OF PROJECT BACKERS IN KICKSTARTER

Venkat Kuppuswamy

,

Barry Bayus

University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill, Kenan-Flagler Business School

# 1145

Antecedents of Firm Performance in Emerging Economies: Business Groups, Strategy, Industry Structure, and State Support

Solmaz Filiz Karabag

Linköping University, Department of Management and Engineering

Christian Berggren

Linköping University, Department of Management and Engineering

# 1148

Back to the Merton ideals? Corporate fraud, scientific dishonesty, and the need to reform academic institutions and identity

Solmaz Filiz Karabag

Linköping University, Department of Management and Engineering

Christian Berggren

Linköping University, Department of Management and Engineering

# 1149

“Low-Tech” Research - Revisited

Hartmut Hirsch-kreinsen

TU Dortmund University, Chair of Economic and Industrial Sociology

# 1150

Patent blocking and infringement and their effects on firms’ participation in markets for technology

Christoph Grimpe

Copenhagen Business School, INO

Katrin Hussinger

University of Luxembourg, CREA

# 1151

Motivation crowding-out: Is there a risk for science

Julien Pénin

University of Strasbourg, BETA

# 1152

Two's Company: Composition and Performance of Entrepreneurial Pairs

Bram Timmermans

Norwegian School of Economics/ Aalborg University, DRUID, Department of Strategy and Management

Alex Coad

University of Sussex, Aalborg University, SPRU (U.Sussex) and Department of Business and Management (A

# 1153

Take Them by the Hand? Unconsciously Incompetent Entrepreneurs and Incubation Processes

Marijn A Van Weele

Utrecht University, Innovation Studies

Frank J Van Rijnsoever

Utrecht University, Innovation Studies

Frans Nauta

Climate-KIC,

# 1154

Recruitment of PhD Researchers by Firms

Liliana Herrera / Universidad De Leon - Cif 2432001b

University of Leon, Department of Business Administration

Mariano Nieto

University of Leon, Business Administration

# 1155

The best of both worlds: The benefits of specialized-brokered and diverse-closed syndication networks for new venture success

Anne L.J. Ter Wal

Imperial College Business School, Department of Innovation & Entrepreneurship

Oliver Alexy

Technische Universität München, TUM School of Management

Joern Block

University of Trier, Management

Philipp Sandner

,

# 1156

Knowledge networks as the nouvel milieu of biotechnology firms in peripheral regions

Maria Patrizia Vittoria

National Research Council (CNR), Institute for Services Industry Research (IRAT)

Giuseppe Lubrano Lavadera

National Research Council (CNR), Institute for Services Industry Research (IRAT)

# 1157

The effect of self-monitoring on academics’ engagement with industry

Valentina Tartari

CBS, INO

# 1159

Deals Not Done: Sources of Failure in the Market for Ideas

Laurina Zhang

Western University, Ivey Business School

Ajay Agrawal

University of Toronto, Rotman

Iain Cockburn

,

# 1160

Does Information Help or Hinder Job Applicants from Less Developed Countries in Online Markets?

Ajay Agrawal

University of Toronto, Rotman

Nicola Lacetera

University of Toronto, Management

Elizabeth Lyons

University of Toronto, Rotman School of Management

# 1164

Rubik's Dilemma: Partial Knowledge and the Efficacy of Learning

Hart E. Posen

University of Wisconsin-Madison, School of Business

Dirk Martignoni

,

Markus Lang

,

# 1165

The Role of Advertising and Imitation in the Evolution of Industry Profitability

Murali Swamy

,

Thorbjorn Knudsen

SDU, SOD

# 1166

The Impact of Network Structure and Network Behavior on Inventor Productivity

Dietmar Harhoff

,

Maria Heibel

,

Karin Hoisl

University of Mannheim, Mannheim School of Management

# 1167

An analysis of the knowledge base of Scientific Research & Development Business Services

Universidad de Castilla-La Mancha CIF: Q1368009E

C/ Altagracia, 50, 13071 Ciudad Real (Spain), Business Administration

Davide Consoli

CSIC-Polytechnic University of Valencia, Valencia, INGENIO

# 1170

Intellectual Returnees as Drivers of Indigenous Innovation: Evidence from the Chinese Photovoltaic Industry

Siping Luo

Tsinghua University, School of Public Policy and Management

Mary Lovely

Syracuse University, Department of Economics

David Popp

Syracuse University, Department of Public Administration

# 1173

How open is too open? The 'dark side' of openness along the innovation value chain

Theresa Veer

University Tübingen, Business Administiration

Annika Lorenz

Hasselt University, Innovation Management

Knut Blind

Technische Universität Berlin, Chair of Innovation Economics

# 1175

R&D Determinants: Accounting for the Differences between Research and Development

Andres Barge-gil

Complutense University, Quantitative Economics

Alberto López

Complutense, Foundations of Economic Analysis I

# 1176

The properties of local knowledge bases and entrepreneurship: Evidence from Italian NUTS 3 regions

Francesco Quatraro

Université de Nice Sophia Antipolis, GREDEG

Alessandra Colombelli

Polytechnic of Turin, DIGEP

# 1177

Ethnic diversity and team performance: a field experiment

Mirjam Van Praag

Copenhagen Business School, Innovation and Organizational Economics

Sander Hoogendoorn

University of Amsterdam, School of Economics, ACE

# 1179

Drivers and Effects of Eco-innovations Using Data on Eco-patents

Giovanni Marin

National Research Council of Italy, Research Institute on Sustainable Economic Growth (IRCRES),

Francesca Lotti

Bank of Italy, Structural Studies Department

# 1180

Technological Capability Building inMNE-related Social Businessesof Less Developed Countries: The Experience of Grameen-Danone Foods Limited

Jahan A Peerally

HEC Montréal, International Business Department

Paulo N Figueiredo

Getulio Vargas Foundation (FGV), Brazilian School of Public and Business Administration

# 1181

Matching Skills of Individuals and Firms along the Career Path

Elisabeth Bublitz

Friedrich Schiller University Jena, School of Economics and Business Administration

# 1184

Insider Trading and the Patent Application Process

Katrin Hussinger

University of Luxembourg, CREA

# 1185

Means, Variability, and Extremes: Reinterpreting the Role of Resources in New Ventures

Fabrice Cavarretta

,

Nathan Furr

,

# 1187

Technological variety in innovation systems: the role of actors, networks, resources and institutions

Frank J Van Rijnsoever

Utrecht University, Innovation Studies

# 1191

Strategic orientations, marketing capabilities and innovation: an empirical investigation

Isabel M. Bodas-freitas

Grenoble Ecole de Management, Technology Management

Roberto Fontana

University of Pavia & ICRIOS-Bocconi University, Economics and Management

PAMELA Adams

,

# 1192

“Sited, Sighted, and Cited: The Effect of JSTOR in Economic Research”

Michael R. Ward

University of Texas at Arlington, College of Business

Craig Depken

University of North Carolina at Charlotte, Economics

# 1193

Opening Up but Staying Local: Insights from Partnership Formations between Established and Startup Firms

Thomas Klueter

The Wharton School, Management

# 1194

Patent race-like competition in drug lifecycle management

Christian Sternitzke

CFH Beteiligungsgesellschaft, Early Stage Venture Team

# 1196

Using Dynamic Capabilities to Transform a Firm´s Resource Base: Bridging Path Creation and Path Dependency

Albert Sune

Universitat Politecnica de Catalunya, Deptartment of Management

Jenny Gibb

University of Waikato, Strategy & HRM

# 1200

The QWERTY Problem

Neil Marshall Kay

Heriot-Watt University, Edinburgh Business School

# 1202

COOPERATION STRATEGY IN BUYER-SUPPLIER RELATIONSHIPS AND ITS EFFECT ON BUYER PERFORMANCE

MARTA FOSSAS-OLALLA

UNIVERSIDAD COMPLUTENSE DE MADRID, ORGANIZACION DE EMPRESAS

BEATRIZ MINGUELA-RATA

UNIVERSIDAD COMPLUTENSE DE MADRID, ORGANIZACION DE EMPRESAS

LORENZO ESCOT-MANGAS

UNIVERSIDAD COMPLUTENSE DE MADRID, ORGANIZACION DE EMPRESAS

Francesco D. Sandulli

Complutense University, Madrid, Spain, Department of Business Administration

# 1206

Uncertainty, Flexibility and Market Entry

Christian Essling

Ifo Institute for Economic Research at the University of Munich, Industrial Organisation and New Technologies

# 1207

When less can be more – Setting technology levels in complementary goods markets

Christian Essling

Ifo Institute for Economic Research at the University of Munich, Industrial Organisation and New Technologies

Jörg Claussen

University of Munich, Institute for Strategy, Technology, and Organization

Tobias Kretschmer

ISTO, LMU Munich,

# 1208

Regional Entrepreneurship in Hungary based on the Regional Entrepreneurship and Development Index (REDI) methodology

László Szerb, MTA TKI

MTA TKI, University of Pécs, Faculty of Business and Economics

Éva Komlósi, Pécsi Tudományegyetem

Pécsi Tudományegyetem, MTA-PTE Innovation and Economic Growth Research Group

Zoltan J. Acs

George Mason University, School of Public Policy

Raquel Ortega-Argilés

University of Groningen, Faculty of Economics and Business

# 1209

The imprinting of founders' human capital on entrepreneurial venture growth: Evidence from new technology-based firms

Luca Grilli

Politecnico di Milano, Department of Management, Economics and Industrial Engineeri

Paul H. Jensen

University of Melbourne, Melbourne Institute of Applied Economic and Social Research

Samuele Murtinu

Politecnico di Milano, Department of Management, Economics and Industrial Engineeri

# 1210

Learning to Innovate: How Does Ambidextrous Learning Matter to Radical and Incremental Innovation Capabilities?

Maggie Qiuzhu Mei

Grenoble Ecole de Management, MTS

Keld Laursen

DRUID, Copenhagen Business School and NTNU Norway, Department of Innovation and Organizational Economics and De

Kwaku Atuahene-Gima

China Europe International Business School,

# 1212

Under-Confidence: Second-Order Knowledge and the Efficacy of Learning

Hart E. Posen

University of Wisconsin-Madison, School of Business

Dirk Martignoni

,

Markus Lang

,

# 1213

Emergent equifinality: An empirical analysis of ecosystem creation processes

Llewellyn D. W. Thomas

Abu Dhabi School of Management, Innovation & Entrepreneurship

Erkko Autio

,

# 1214

The Gentlemen Slavers: Status, Structure and Social Movements for the Conduct of Dirty Business

Brian S. Silverman

University of Toronto, Rotman School of Management

# 1215

Competition, Cooperation, and Search: Incentives and the Competition for Research Resources in Multidivisional Firms

JP Eggers

NYU, Mgmt & Orgs

Oliver Baumann

University of Southern Denmark, Marketing & Management

Nils Stieglitz

Frankfurt School of Finance & Management, Management

# 1216

The role of local institutional environment for the development of multinationals and SMEs in Ukraine: transition economies perspective

Daria Zvirgzde

Institute of Economic and Cultural Geography, Leibniz University Hanover, Institute of Economic and Cultural Geography

Javier Revilla Diez

Institute of Economic and Cultural Geography, Leibniz University Hanover, Institute of Economic and Cultural Geography

Daniel Schiller

Lower Saxony Institute for Economic Research (NIW), -

# 1217

Resource co-specialization and supplier concentration in concurrent sourcing

Mari Sako

University of Oxford, Said Business School

George Chondrakis

University of Oxford, Said Business School

Paul M. Vaaler

University of Minnesota, Carlson School of Management

# 1221

Valuable components in the innovation process: Can there be too much of a good thing?

jan Hohberger

,

# 1223

Does Knowledge Accumulation Increase the Returns to Collaboration? Evidence from the Collapse of the Soviet Union

Ajay Agrawal

University of Toronto, Rotman

Avi Goldfarb

,

Florenta Teodoridis

University of Toronto/Rotman School of Management, Strategic Management

# 1224

The institutional rigidities in the transition phase from catch-up to forging ahead: The case of ICT systems innovation in Korea

Jae-Yong CHOUNG

Korea Advanced Institute of Science and Technology, Department of Management Science

Hye-Ran HWANG

Daejeon Development Institute, Dept. of City Management

# 1225

The sixth technoeconomic paradigm

John A. Mathews

Macquarie University, Macquarie Graduate School of Management

# 1230

Tapping into Industry and Academia: Inbound Mobility, R&D Collaboration and Substitution Effects

Arjan Markus

Tilburg University, Department of Organization Studies

Lori Rosenkopf

The Wharton School, University of Pennsylvania, The Management Department

# 1232

Taking time to do it right: The impact of time-compressing experience accumulation on organizational quality outcomes

Kannan Srikanth

,

Mihaela Stan

,

# 1235

The Sequence of Gestation Activities and its Impact on Achieving Sustained Sales

Ferdinand Jaspers

Rotterdam School of Management, Erasmus University, Strategic Management & Entrepreneurship

Tony Hak

Rotterdam School of Management, Erasmus University, Technology and Innovation Management

# 1236

The Impact of Innovation Off-shoring on the Effectiveness of Organizational Innovation

Elisabeth Baier

PTV Group, Logistics Software

Christian Rammer

ZEW, Dept. of Industrial Economics and International Management

Torben Schubert

Lund University, CIRCLE

# 1237

Greening an Industry through Coopetition: The role of Proximity in an R&D Aliance to create Environmental Innovations

Marianne Steinmo

University of Nordland, Bodø Graduate School of Business

Siri Jakobsen

University of Nordland, Bodø Graduate School of Business

# 1238

CVC Investments and Technological Performance: Geographic Diversity and the Interplay with Technology Alliances

Boris Lokshin

Maastricht University, Organization & Strategy

Jojo Jacob

UNU-Merit,

René Belderbos

KU Leuven, Managerial Economics, Strategy and Innovation

# 1239

What Does Evolutionary Economic Geography Bring To The Policy Table? Reconceptualising regional innovation systems

Bjørn T. Asheim

Lund University, CIRCLE: Centre for Innovation, Research and Competence in th

Markus M. Bugge

NIFU, Nordic Institute for Studies in Innovation, Research and Edu

Lars Coenen

Lund University, CIRCLE

Sverre J. Herstad

NIFU, Nordic Institute for Studies in Innovation, Research and Edu

# 1240

Early growth process and paths of entrepreneurial science-based firms

Marcela Miozzo

University of Manchester, Manchester Business School

Lori Divito

University of Manchester, Manchester Business School

# 1241

New Venture Survival and Growth: Does the fog lift?

Alex Coad

University of Sussex, Aalborg University, SPRU (U.Sussex) and Department of Business and Management (A

# 1243

How Do Incumbents Respond to Bottom-of-the-Pyramid Firm Entry?

Ajay Bhaskarabhatla

Erasmus School of Economics, Applied Economics

Chirantan Chatterjee

Indian Institute of Management, Bangalore, Corporate Strategy & Policy

# 1245

Study of the Impact on Industry of the use of Knowledge Providers

Carlos Vivas Augier

Universidad Autónoma de Madrid (UAM), Applied Economics

Andres Barge-gil

Complutense University, Quantitative Economics

# 1246

Firm R&D Units and Outsourcing Partners: a Matching Story

Andres Barge-gil

Complutense University, Quantitative Economics

Annamaria Conti

,

# 1249

ABSORPTIVE CAPACITY OF NON-R&D-INTENSIVE FIRMS IN THE GERMAN MANUFACTURING INDUSTRY

Oliver Som

Fraunhofer Institute for Systems and Innovation Research ISI, Industrial and Service Innovation

Eva Kirner

Furtwangen University (FHU), Chair for Management

Angela Jäger

Fraunhofer Institute for Systems and Innovation Research ISI, Industrial and Service Innovation

# 1253

Lock-in or lock-out? How structural properties of knowledge networks affect regional resilience

Jerome Vicente

University of Toulouse 1 Capitole, LEREPS

# 1254

COOPERATION AND NON-TECHNOLOGICAL INNOVATIONS

Gloria Sanchez-gonzalez

Universidad de León, Business Administration

# 1256

Crowd Science: The Organization of Scientific Research in Open Collaborative Projects

Chiara Franzoni

POLITECNICO DI MILANO, Management, Economics and Industrial Engineering

Henry Sauermann

Georgia Institute of Technology, Scheller College of Business

# 1258

Uncovering the nature of the reciprocal relationship between product and process innovation: A study within the food packaging industry.

Christopher Don Simms

,

Paul Trott

Portsmouth, Business School

# 1259

WHEN THE LEADER FOLLOWS: PERFORMANCE CONSEQUENCES OF LEADER-FOLLOWER IMITATION UNDER ENVIRONMENTAL UNCERTAINTY

Jan-Michael Ross

Imperial College Business School, Department of Management

Dmitry Sharapov

Imperial College Business School, Department of Innovation and Entrepreneurship

# 1260

Do eco-innovations need specific regional characteristics?

Jens Horbach

University of Applied Sciences Augsburg, Faculty of Economics

# 1261

Novelty x Usefulness: Actor-level Effects and Cultural Influences on Creativity in Organizations

Kevyn Yong

,

Michel Lander

,

Pier Vittorio Mannucci

HEC Paris, Department of Management and HR

# 1262

TRADEMARKING VERSUS PATENTING: THE EFFECTS OF MARKET STRUCTURE, CUSTOMER TYPE AND VENTURE CAPITAL FINANCING

Enrico Pennings

Erasmus University Rotterdam, Applied Economics

Joern Block

University of Trier, Management

Geertjan De Vries

Erasmus University Rotterdam,

# 1263

The production function of top R&D investors: accounting for size and sector heterogeneity with quantile estimations

Antonio Vezzani

European Commission, Joint Research Centre - IPTS

Sandro Montresor

Kore University of Enna, Faculty of Economics and Law

# 1265

The Role of Advice Sources for Entrepreneurship and Innovation

Bettina Lynda Bastian

American University of Beirut, Olayan School of Business

Christopher Tucci

EPFL, College de Management

# 1266

Innovative start-up patenting: a new approach towards identification and determinants

Tina Wolf

Friedrich Schiller University Jena, Department of Economics/ Chair of Microeconomic Theory

# 1268

Building design capabilities: a focus on knowledge systematisation within firms

Beatrice D'ippolito

The York Management School, University of York, Management

Marcela Miozzo

University of Manchester, Manchester Business School

Davide Consoli

CSIC-Polytechnic University of Valencia, Valencia, INGENIO

# 1269

Schumpeterian Competition and the Dynamics of Spillover Pools

Gianluigi Giustiziero

University of Michigan, Strategy

Brian Wu

University of Michigan, Strategy

# 1271

Do Lead Markets for Clean Coal Technology Follow Market Demand? A Case Study for China, Germany, Japan and the USA

Jens Horbach

University of Applied Sciences Augsburg, Faculty of Economics

# 1273

Enter at own risk: Technological discontinuities, endogenous entry timing and firm performance

Guido Buenstorf

University of Kassel, Department of Economics and INCHER-Kassel

Christina Guenther

,

Sebastian Wilfling

,

# 1274

The Wisdom of the Crowd vs. Expert Evaluation: A Conceptualization of Evaluation Validity

Christoph Hienerth

WHU - Otto Beisheim School of Management, Innovation and Entrepreneurship Group

Frederik Riar

WHU - Otto Beisheim School of Management, Innovation and Entrepreneurship Group

# 1275

Integrating the Front End of Process Development: An Exploratory Investigation

Michael Raven

Technical University Berlin / ESMT European School of Management and Technology, Technology and Innovation Management

# 1276

Vertical and Horizontal Expansions in Value-based Models

Gianluigi Giustiziero

University of Michigan, Strategy

# 1277

How could education systems cultivate knowledge-intensive entrepreneurship? An example from engineering education

Yannis Caloghirou

National Technical University of Athens, Laboratory of Industrial and Energy Economics

Aimilia Protogerou

National Technical University of Athens, Laboratory of Industrial and Energy Economics

Ioanna Deligianni

University of Cyprus, Department of Public and Business Administration

# 1279

Customer involvement in the process innovation: Antecedents, mediation and performance

Jian-Hang Wang

National Tsing Hua University, Institute of Technology Management

Yuan-Chieh Chang

National Tsing Hua University, Taiwan, Institute of Technology Managemen

Wen-Hong Chiu

Asia University, Department of Business Administration

# 1280

Patent Spinoffs: How Important Is the Organizational Environment?

Marco Corsino

,

Paola Giuri

University of Bologna, Department of Management

Prof. Salvatore Torrisi

Univeristy of Bologna, Management

# 1281

Research-mobility and job-stability: is there a trade-off?

Elisabetta Marinelli

IPTS - European Commission, Knowledge for Growth

Susana Elena-Perez

IPTS-European Commission, Knowledge for Growth

Ana Fernandez-Zubieta

Spanish National Research Council, Institute for Advanced Social Studies

# 1282

Information, control, and small worlds: studying returns to individual network positions under different global structures

Antoine Vernet

Imperial College London, Business School

Martin Kilduff

University College London, Management

Ammon Salter

,

# 1283

Translational research: When do public science projects result in real world impact?

Jan-Michael Ross

Imperial College Business School, Department of Management

Markus Perkmann

Imperial College London, Business School

Riccardo Fini

University of Bologna, Management

# 1284

Institutional set-up of innovation policies: a systemic point of view. Belgian case study

Virginie Tuong Vi Maghe

Université Libre de Bruxelles, Applied Economics Department (DULBEA)

# 1285

Does board diversity influence innovation? The impact of gender and age diversity on innovation types

Fabrice Galia

Burgundy School of Business - Groupe ESC Dijon Bourgogne - Dijon Paris, Department of Organisation Management and Entrepreneurship

Emmanuel Zenou

Burgundy School of Business, Dijon, Governance Chair, Burgundy School of Business, Dijon

# 1287

Business development and opportunity identification in global markets.

Valeria Lorenzi

University of Milan Bicocca, Department of Economics, Management and Statistics

# 1288

Community Collaboration and Venture Capital Finance

Ali Mohammadi

Royal institute of technology (KTH), INDUSTRIAL ECONOMICS AND MANAGEMENT

Massimo Gaetano Colombo

Politecnico di Milano, Department of Management, Economics and Industrial Engineeri

Douglas Cumming

York university, Schulich School of Buisiness

Cristina Rossi-lamastra

Politecnico di Milano, Department of Management, Economics and Industrial Engineeri

Anu Wadhwa

,

# 1290

Environmental Benefits of Forms of Innovations in French Manufacturing Firms

Fabrice Galia

Burgundy School of Business - Groupe ESC Dijon Bourgogne - Dijon Paris, Department of Organisation Management and Entrepreneurship

Marc Ingham

Burgundy School of Business - Groupe ESC Dijon Bourgogne - Dijon Paris, Chair of Innovation and Responsible Management

Sanja PEKOVIC

University Paris Dauphine, DRM-DMSP (CNRS UMR 7088),

# 1291

THE FATE OF PATENTS: AN EXPLORATORY ANALYSIS OF PATENTS AS IPO SIGNALS OF REPUTATIONAL ADVANTAGE

Nada Basir

York University, Schulich School of Business

Mehdi Beyhaghi

University of Texas at San Antonio, College of Business

Ali Mohammadi

Royal institute of technology (KTH), INDUSTRIAL ECONOMICS AND MANAGEMENT

# 1294

Knowledge and Learning from International Partnerships: a study of small firms in the fashion industry

Lori Divito

University of Manchester, Manchester Business School

Willem van Winden

University of Applied Sciences Amsterdam,

# 1295

Who Orchestrates Publicly-Funded Research Networks?

SEYED KAMRAN BAGHERI

Scuola Superiore Sant'Anna, Institute of Management

Kinsuk Mani Sinha

Bocconi university, MEDAlics and CRIOS

Alberto Di Minin

Scuola Superiore Sant'Anna, Institute of Management

# 1296

- The Evolution of the Global Corporate Loan Market: A Network Approach

Jaap W.B. Bos

Maastricht University, School of Business and Economics

Martha Gabriela Contreras

Maastricht University, School of Business and Economics

Stefanie Kleimeier

Maastricht University, School of Business and Economics

# 1299

The confounding impact of industry innovations on new venture performance

Alex Tan

,

Terence Ping Ching Fan

Singapore Management University, Lee Kong Chian School of Business

# 1300

Open innovation and governance: Innovation partnerships between industry and university in science-based sectors

Steven Casper

Keck Graduate Institute of Applied Life Sciences,

Marcela Miozzo

University of Manchester, Manchester Business School

# 1301

Exploring Knowledge Diffusion among Nations: The Study of Core Technologies in Fuel Cell

Mei HC Ho

National Taiwan University of Science & Technology, Graduate Institute of Technology Management

# 1302

High-tech entrepreneurship in Europe: a heuristic firm growth model and three "(un-)easy pieces" for policy making

Luca Grilli

Politecnico di Milano, Department of Management, Economics and Industrial Engineeri

# 1303

Environmental management, labour productivity and innovation – Preliminary results from a survey of Italian firms using Coarsened Exact Matching -

Cesare Antonio Fabio Riillo

STATEC, EPR2 research

# 1304

Entry Diversion and Submarket Industry Evolution: Dominance of Incumbents, Disruption, or Isolation?

Bilgehan Uzunca

Utrecht University, School of Economics

Bruno Cassiman

KU Leuven & IESE Business School, Department of Managerial Economics, Strategy and Innovation

# 1306

The Performance Effect of Business Model Innovation: An Empirical Analysis of Pension Funds

Monika Hartmann

LUISS, Department of Business and Management

raffaele Oriani

luiss guido carli, department of business and management

Hazel Bateman

University of New South Wales, School of Actuarial Studies

# 1307

How firms collaborate with public research organizations: the evolution of proximity dimensions in successful innovation projects

Marianne Steinmo

University of Nordland, Bodø Graduate School of Business

Einar Rasmussen

University of Nordland, Business School

# 1308

Decentralization of Decision Authority in Complex Task Structures DRUID

Magda Dobrajska

,

Stephan Billinger

SDU, SOD

Samina Karim

Boston University, Strategy and Innovation

# 1311

Order without hierarchy - the innovation ecology of a standard developing organization

Anke Piepenbrink

ADA University, School of Business

# 1313

Problem-solving and Generality as Sources of Growth and Heterogeneity

Simone Vannuccini

Friedrich Schiller University Jena, Faculty of Economics and Business Administration

# 1314

"Future is Evolution" - Locus, Tempo and Mode of evolution in a technological system

Anke Piepenbrink

ADA University, School of Business

Fariborz Damanpour

Rutgers, Management and Global Business

# 1315

Universities as local knowledge hubs under different technology regimes – New evidence from academic patenting

Friedrich Dornbusch

,

Thomas Brenner

Philipps University Marburg, Economic Geography and Location Research

# 1316

Common Ground and Delegation

Magda Dobrajska

,

Nicolai Foss

,

Jacob Lyngsie

,

# 1319

AN ANALYSIS OF THE RETURNS TO EARLY ADOPTION OF EXTERNALLY SOURCED TECHNOLOGIES

Jaime Gómez

La Rioja, Economía y Empresa

Sergio Palomas

Universidad de Zaragoza, Dpto. Dirección y Organización de Empresas

# 1322

Are patent fees effective at weeding out low-quality patents?

Gaétan De Rassenfosse

EPFL, CDM

# 1323

Do patents shield disclosure or assure exclusivity when transacting technology?

Gaétan De Rassenfosse

EPFL, CDM

Beth Webster

University of Melbourne, Intellectual Property Research Institute of Australia

# 1324

Impact of experience heterogeneity on individual learning curves

Kannan Srikanth

,

Anand Nandkumar

Indian School of Business, Strategy

Dutt Dev Harsha Tadikonda

Indian School of Business, Strategy

# 1326

How Free Innovators Respond to Commercial Challengers: A Study of Competition and Innovation in the App Economy

Milan Miric

CBS, INO

# 1328

Coaching or Selection? Venture Capital and Firms' Patenting Performance

Andrea Mina

Univeristy of Cambridge, Judge Business School and Centre for Business Research

Henry Lahr

The Open University, Department of Accounting and Finance

# 1329

Eyes Wide Shut: The Role of Organizational Field Transparency for Overcoming Organisational Inertia

Paul Steffens

Queensland University Of Technology, Australian Centre for Entrepreneurship Research

Fiona Lettice

University of East Anglia, Norwich Business School

# 1332

Distance beyond Spatial Separation: Interfaces of Process Development in Biotechnology

Michael Raven

Technical University Berlin / ESMT European School of Management and Technology, Technology and Innovation Management

# 1333

Reshaping Cognition in Building Dynamic Capability: Automobile Emission Control Technology Development

Ei Shu

Kyushu University, Department of Business and Technology Management

# 1334

Revisiting Absorptive Capacity: Literature review and a Practice-based Extension of the Concept

Omid Omidvar

Manchester Business School, MIoIR- Manchester Institute of Innovation Research

# 1336

Drivers of Firm Growth: Micro-evidence from Indian Manufacturing

Nanditha Mathew

Scuola Superiore Sant' Anna, Institute of Economics

# 1337

Financial constraints and the failure of innovation projects

Agusta­ Segarra Blasco

,

Jose Garcia-quevedo

University of Barcelona, Public Economics and IEB

Mercedes Teruel Carrizosa

Universitat Rovira i Virgili, Economics

# 1338

The evolution of R&D networks

LORENZO Zirulia

University of Bologna, Department of Economics

# 1339

DRIVERS OF BEAUTIFUL INNOVATION: ARTWORKS RESTORATION BY MUSEUMS

jose-luis hervas-oliver

universidad politecnica valencia and florida state university, management

blanca de-Miguel Molina

polytechnic of valencia, management

Rafael Boix

Universitat de Valencia, Economic Structure

# 1340

The hidden side of innovation: why tinkerers matter

Marco Bettiol

University of Padova, Economics and Management

Eleonora Di Maria

University of Padova, Department of Economics and Management

Vladi Finotto

Ca Foscari University of Venice, Department of Management

Stefano Micelli

Ca Foscari University of Venice, Department of Management

# 1341

“Does god play dice?” Randomness vs. deterministic explanations of idea originality in crowdsourcing

Nikolaus Franke

,

Christopher Lettl

,

Susanne Roiser

WU Vienna, Institute for Entrepreneurship and Innovation

Philipp Tuertscher

VU University Amsterdam, Information, Logistics and Innovation

# 1344

Signalling, absorptive capacity and the geographic patterns of academic knowledge exchange

Henry Lahr

The Open University, Department of Accounting and Finance

Alan Hughes

University of Cambridge, Centre for Business Research

Michael Kitson

University of Cambridge, Centre for Business Research

# 1347

Resource allocation and dynamic capabilities

David Bardolet

,

Dan Lovallo

,

David Teece

,

# 1348

Is technical progress sectorally concentrated? An empirical analysis for Western European countries

Alexander Schiersch

DIW, Innovation, Manufacturing, Service

# 1349

Conducting prosocial research: cognitive diversity, research excellence and awareness of the social impact of research

Pablo D' Este

CSIC-UPV Polytechnic University of Valencia - Spanish Council for Scientific Research, INGENIO (CSIC-UPV)

Oscar Llopis

Universit. de Bordeaux, GREThA

Alfredo Yegros

Leiden University, Centre for Science and Technology Studies (CWTS)

# 1351

MNC Subsidiary Closure: What Stays When the MNC Leaves?

Pedro De Faria

University of Groningen, Faculty of Economics and Business

Wolfgang Sofka

Copenhagen Business School, SMU

Miguel Torres Preto

Instituto Superior Técnico - Technical University of Lisbon, IN+ Center for Innovation, Technology and Policy Research

# 1354

THE CO-EVOLUTION OF TECHNOLOGIAL DESIGNS AND CATEGORIES DURING INDUSTRY EMERGENCE

Stine Grodal

Boston University, Strategy and Innovation

Aleksios Gotsopoulos

SKK Graduate School of Business, Management

Fernando F Suarez

Northeastern University, Entrepreneurship and Innovation

# 1355

Greenfield Investments Versus Acquisitions: Capital Market Drivers of R&D Organization in Technology-Intensive Industries

Deepa Mani

,

# 1357

Energy Labels and Firm Strategies in the Dutch Automotive Sector

Alexander van der Vooren

Utrecht University, Innovation Studies, Copernicus Inst. of Sust. Development

Floortje Alkemade

Utrecht University, Innovation Studies

Marko Peter Hekkert

Utrecht University, Innovation Studies

# 1358

The Up- and Downsides of R&D Collaborations in Core and Non-Core Technologies

Jingshu Du

,

Wim Vanhaverbeke

Hasselt University, Innovation Management

Bart Leten

KU Leuven / Vlerick Business School, Managerial Economics, Strategy and Innovation

# 1363

Does open innovation speeds up R&D projects? Empirical evidence from a Multinational Enterprise

Henry Lopez Vega

Linkoping University, Management and Engineering

Jingshu Du

,

Wim Vanhaverbeke

Hasselt University, Innovation Management

# 1366

Chasing Eco-advantage: Unravelling Who Creates and What Determines Radical Eco-Innovations in Brazil

Flavia Pereira de Carvalho

UNU-MERIT & Fundação Dom Cabral, Innovation Center

Carlos Arruda

FDC Fundação Dom Cabral, FDC Innovation and Entrepeneurship Center

Paulo Savaget Nascimento

UFRJ, Dept of Economics

Henrique Dornas Dutra

FDC, Innovation Center

# 1369

Developing University Innovation Capacity: How can innovation policy effectively harness universities’ capability to promote high-growth technology businesses?

Einar Rasmussen

University of Nordland, Business School

Paul Benneworth

Universtiy of Twente, CHEPS

Magnus Gulbrandsen

University of Oslo, Centre for Technology, Innovation and Culture

# 1371

R&D subsidies to small young companies: should the independent and high-tech ones be favored?

Julie Delanote

KULeuven, MSI

Dirk Czarnitzki

KULeuven, MSI

# 1372

Making Patent Scopes Exceed the Technological Scopes of Scientific Inventions

Karin Beukel

Copenhagen University, Department for Food and Resource Economics

# 1373

Follow the Leader?! – How Leadership Behavior Influences Scientists’ Commercialization Behavior (or not)

Stefan Krabel

VDI/VDE Innovation + Technik GmbH, Institute for Innovation and Technology

Alexander Schacht

University of Jena, Graduate College

# 1374

How important are agglomeration effects for plant performance? Empirical evidence for Germany

Michaela Fuchs

Institute for Employment Research, Regional Research Network

Oliver Ludewig

Institute for Employment Research, Regional Research Network

# 1375

Idea-centered, dynamic knowledge network analysis: Tracing the unfolding of innovation through time and space

Oliver Ibert

Leibniz Institute for Regional Development, Dynamics of Economic Spaces

Felix Claus Müller

Leibniz Institute for Regional Development, Dynamics of Economic Spaces

# 1377

Are entrepreneurs made on campus? – How entrepreneurial orientation of universities influences graduates’ occupational choice

Stefan Krabel

VDI/VDE Innovation + Technik GmbH, Institute for Innovation and Technology

# 1379

The Impact of Regulation on Strategy and Industry Structures

Andreas Mattig

University of St Gallen,

Matthias Hoffmann

,

# 1380

Exporting under financial constraints: margins, switching dynamics and prices

Federico Tamagni

Scuola Superiore Sant'Anna, Pisa, Institute of Economics

# 1382

Public Policy and Industry Dynamics: The Evolution of the Photovoltaic Industry in Germany

Ann-Kathrin Blankenberg

University of Göttingen, Institute of Economics

Ulrich Dewald

Institute of Technology, Karlsruhe,

# 1383

THE IMPACT OF PATENT WARS ON FIRM STRATEGY: EVIDENCE FROM THE GLOBAL SMARTPHONE MARKET

Yongwook (Yong) Paik

Washington Univ. in St. Louis , Olin Business School

Feng Zhu

University of Southern California, Strategy

# 1385

THE GANG OF FOUR: ACQUAINTANCES, FRIENDS OR FOES? TOWARDS AN INTEGRATED PERSPECTIVE ON PLATFORM COMPETITION

Carmelo Cennamo

Bocconi University, Management & Technology

Ivanka Visnjic

Ramon Llull University, ESADE Business School

# 1386

Female Entrepreneurship and Alternative Opportunities Inside an Established Firm

Aleksandra Kacperczyk

,

# 1387

Mapping the De Facto Governance in the Case of Emerging Science and Technologies

Daniele Rotolo

,

Ismael Rafols

University of Sussex and Polytechnic University of Valencia, SPRU and INGENIO (CSIC-UPV)

Michael Hopkins

University of Sussex, SPRU-Science and Technology Policy Research

Loet Leydesdorff

University of Amsterdam, Amsterdam School of Communication Research (ASCoR)

# 1388

Exploiting Knowledge Flows: Openness and the innovative performance of business services

Elif Bascavusoglu-moreau

INSEAD, Innovation Policy Initiative

Andrea Mina

Univeristy of Cambridge, Judge Business School and Centre for Business Research

Alan Hughes

,

# 1389

Beyond Institutional Complexity: The Case of Different Organizational Successes in Confronting Multiple Institutional Logics

Elisa Villani

Free University of Bolzano, School of Economics and Management

Nelson Philips

,

# 1390

Does interdisciplinary research lead to higher citation impact? The different effect of proximal and distal interdisciplinarity

Alfredo Yegros

Leiden University, Centre for Science and Technology Studies (CWTS)

Pablo D' Este

CSIC-UPV Polytechnic University of Valencia - Spanish Council for Scientific Research, INGENIO (CSIC-UPV)

Ismael Rafols

University of Sussex and Polytechnic University of Valencia, SPRU and INGENIO (CSIC-UPV)

# 1391

What kinds of R&D consortia enhance SMEs productivity? Evidence from a small-business innovation policy

Annalisa Caloffi

University of Padova, Department of Economics and Management

Marco Mariani

Regional Institute for Economic Planning of Tuscany,

Fabrizia Mealli

University of Florence, Department of Statistics

# 1392

The role of technological rarity and environmental uncertainty in explaining patent value

Lars Alkaersig

Technical University of Denmark, Management Engineering

Karin Beukel

Copenhagen University, Department for Food and Resource Economics

Giancarlo Lauto

University of Udine, Department of Economics and Statistics

Finn Valentin

Copenhagen Business School, Innovation and Organizational Economics

# 1393

Entrepreneurship and Financial Innovation in China- A Case Study of the First P2P Lending Platform in China

Shu-Chen Chang

National Tsing Hua University, Institute of Technology Management

Chuan-Kai Lee

National Tsing Hua University, Institute of Technology Management

# 1394

Publicly-funded collaborative R&D networks as drivers for promoting knowledge-intensive entrepreneurship: an exploratory exercise

Aimilia Protogerou

National Technical University of Athens, Laboratory of Industrial and Energy Economics

Yannis Caloghirou

National Technical University of Athens, Laboratory of Industrial and Energy Economics

Evangelos Siokas

National Technical University of Athens, Laboratory of Industrial and Energy Economics

# 1395

The Geographies of Knowledge Creation over Distance: Toward a Typology

Harald Bathelt

University of Toronto, Depts. of Political Science, Geography & Program in Planning

Sebastian Henn

Leibniz-Institute for Regional Geography,

# 1397

Learning by Building: Complementary Assets and the Migration of Capabilities in U.S. Innovative Firms

Elisabeth Beck Reynolds

MIT , Industrial Performance Center/ Urban Studies and Planning

Hiram M. Samel

Massachusetts Institute of Technology, Sloan School of Management

Joyce Lawrence

,

# 1398

Explaining path-dependence in the evolution of networks. The case of an Electronics cluster in Argentina

Elisa Giuliani

University of PISA, Dept. Economics and Management

Andres Matta

Cordoba, Argentina,

# 1402

Trust your neighbour. Spatial agglomeration, social capital and outsourcing

Riccardo Leoncini

University of Bologna, Department of Economics

Roberto Antonietti

University of Padova, Department of Economics and Management "Marco Fanno"

Maria Rosaria Ferrante

AlmaMater University of Bologna, Department of Statistics `Paolo Fortunati'

# 1404

Sailing through stormy waters in Argentina. A study on innovations during crisis times

Javier Papa

Friedrich-Schiller University Jena / Max Planck Institute of Economics, Graduate College (DFG) "The Economics of Innovative Change"

Viktor Slavtchev

Halle Institute for Economic Research (IWH), Structural Change and Productivity

# 1405

An enabler or a disabler? A dual role of management accounting in service innovation

Seidali Kurtmollaiev

Norwegian School of Economics (NHH), Department of Strategy and Management

Tor Helge Aas

Norwegian School of Economics (NHH) / Agderforskning, Department of Strategy and Management

# 1409

Servitization: The Extent of and Motivations for Service Provision amongst UK based Manufacturers

Elif Bascavusoglu-moreau

INSEAD, Innovation Policy Initiative

Bruce S. Tether

University of Manchester, Manchester Business School

# 1410

Works Councils, Training Activities and Innovation: A Study of German Firms

Ipsita Roy

Friedrich Schiller University Jena, Department of Economics

Uwe Cantner

Friedrich Schiller University Jena, Department of Economics and Business Administration

Wolfgang Gerstlberger

University of Southern Denmark, Department of Marketing and Management

# 1412

Co-ownership of intellectual property: Exploring the value appropriation and creation implications of co-patenting with different partners

Bart Leten

University of Leuven, Managerial Economics, Strategy and Innovation

Rene Belderbos

KU Leuven, Dep. of Managerial Economics, Strategy and Innovation (MSI)

Bart Van Looy

K.U. Leuven, Managerial Economics, Strategy and Innovation / INCENTIM-ECO

Bruno Cassiman

,

Dries Faems

University of Groningen, Innovation, Management and Strategy

# 1413

Managers' risk taking propensity and innovation in organizations: the mediating influence of employees' perceived risk taking climate

Oscar Llopis

Universit. de Bordeaux, GREThA

Ana Garcia-Granero

Polytechnic University of Valencia and University of Valencia, INGENIO (CSIC-UPV)

Anabel Fernandez Mesa

Universitat de Valencia, Department of Business Administration

Joaquín Alegre

Universitat de València, Business Management

# 1415

A Strategic Advantage with Behavioral Targeting? How can (and what) firms benefit from personal data-based online marketing strategies

Dan Breznitz

Georgia Institute of Technology, Scheller College of Business

Vincenzo Palermo

University of Toronto, Munk School of Global Affairs

# 1416

Immigration Law and Mobility of Inventors

Sampsa Samila

NUS Business School, Strategy & Policy

Vivek Tandon

National University of Singapore, Strategy and Policy

# 1418

Community and Capital in Entrepreneurship

Sampsa Samila

NUS Business School, Strategy & Policy

Olav Sorenson

,

# 1420

No gains of federalism in innovation support? - The case of Germany

Lasse Becker

Georg-August-University Göttingen, Chair of Economic Policy and SME Research

# 1421

Life Span Cognitive Development of Age Groups and Its Influence on the Determinants of Early Stage and Serial Entrepreneurship

Mohammed Shamsul Karim

Aston University, Economics & Strategy

# 1423

The dark side of employee mobility: Evidence from enterprise software adoption

Jörg Claussen

University of Munich, Institute for Strategy, Technology, and Organization

Thorsten Grohsjean

LMU Munich, Organizations Research Group

# 1424

Behavioural determinants of eco-innovation. A conceptual and empirical study

Maria Daskalakis

University of Kassel, Economics

# 1426

Productivity, market selection and corporate growth. Some comparative evidence.

Giovanni Dosi

Scuola Superiore Sant'Anna, LEM

Daniele Moschella

Scuola Superiore Sant' Anna, Institute of Economics

Emanuele Pugliese

Scuola Superiore Sant'Anna, LEM

Federico Tamagni

Scuola Superiore Sant'Anna, Pisa, Institute of Economics

# 1427

The Evolution of Electric Vehicle Lithium Battery Technology: Towards SSI Perspective

YuanPo Lin

National Tsing Hua University, Institute of Technology Management

Yuan-Chieh Chang

National Tsing Hua University, Taiwan, Institute of Technology Managemen

# 1428

Capturing Share and Losing Ground

Eirik Sjåholm Knudsen

NHH Norwegian School of Economics, Department of Strategy and Management

Lasse B. Lien

NHH Norwegian School of Economics, Department of Strategy and Management

# 1430

The influence of Science and Technology Parks’ characteristics on firms’ innovation results

Alberto Albahari

Universidad de Málaga, Department of Economics and Business Administration

Andres Barge-gil

Complutense University, Quantitative Economics

Salvador Pérez-Canto

Universidad de Málaga, Department of Economics and Business Administration

Aurelia Modrego

Universidad Carlos III de Madrid, Economics, Laboratory for Analysis and Assessment of Technic

# 1431

Architectural Control and Value Migration in Layered Ecosystems: The Case of Open-Source Cloud Management Platforms

Richard Tee

LUISS, Department of Management

C Jason Woodard

Singapore Management University, School of Information Systems

# 1434

Science Parks versus Technology Parks: does the university make the difference?

Alberto Albahari

Universidad de Málaga, Department of Economics and Business Administration

Salvador Pérez-Canto

Universidad de Málaga, Department of Economics and Business Administration

Andres Barge-gil

Complutense University, Quantitative Economics

Aurelia Modrego

Universidad Carlos III de Madrid, Economics, Laboratory for Analysis and Assessment of Technic

# 1435

Value Appropriation Antecedents and Value Creation Consequences of Lead Firm Entry into Ecosystem Niches

Bilgehan Uzunca

Utrecht University, School of Economics

Richard Tee

LUISS, Department of Management

Dmitry Sharapov

Imperial College Business School, Department of Innovation and Entrepreneurship

# 1438

Quantity or Quality? Knowledge Alliances and their Effects on Patenting

Cindy Lopes Bento

KU Leuven, MSI

# 1440

(International) R&D Collaboration and SMEs: The effectiveness of targeted public R&D support schemes

Cindy Lopes Bento

KU Leuven, MSI

# 1442

NEW ORGANIZATIONAL ARRANGEMENTS FOR PUBLIC-PRIVATE RESEARCH COLLABORATION. COOPERATIVE RESEARCH CENTRES IN SPAIN

Ana Fernandez-Zubieta

Spanish National Research Council, Institute for Advanced Social Studies

INES ANDUJAR

CSIC, IESA

SANDRO GIACHI

CSIC, IESA

Manuel Fernández Esquinas

Spanish National Research Council, Institute for Advanced Social Studies

# 1443

Building ecosystem momentum: The case of AppCampus

Dmitry Sharapov

Imperial College Business School, Department of Innovation and Entrepreneurship

Llewellyn D. W. Thomas

Abu Dhabi School of Management, Innovation & Entrepreneurship

Erkko Autio

,

# 1445

Does the home country system of innovation affect the choice of FDI mode for emerging multinationals?

Isabel Álvarez

Universidad Complutense de Madrid, Departamento de Economía Aplicada II

Celia Torrecillas

University of Jaén, Department of Economy Studies

# 1447

Learning in Networks in Low- and Medium-Technology Industries in Emerging Markets: A New Methodological Approach

Deniz Yoruk

University of Sussex, SPRU - Science and Technology Policy Research

# 1448

The role of top-managers and their entrepreneurial strategies in the adoption of inbound open innovation: A longitudinal analysis

Tommy Hoyvarde Clausen

,

# 1449

Persistent Advantage, Cohorts, and Industry Evolution

Tammy L Madsen

Santa Clara University, Management Dept., Leavey School of Business

Gordon Walker

Southern Methodist University, Strategy and Entrepreneurship

# 1450

Corporate Science, Innovation and Firm Value

Markus Simeth

KU Leuven, Faculty of Economics and Business

Michele Cincera

,

# 1451

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Gerhard Fuchs

Stuttgart, Social sciences

# 1452

The Geography of External Knowledge Search: The International Breadth of R&D Cooperation

Mirbella Gallareta

University of Caribe, Cancún, México, Departament of Basic Sciences and Engineering

Francesco D. Sandulli

Complutense University, Madrid, Spain, Department of Business Administration

# 1455

Perspectives on the relation between innovation and locality. The interplay between territorial and functional based systems of innovation

Alina Lidén

Blekinge Institute of Technology, School of Management

# 1456

Heterogeneity of MNEs entry modes in industrial clusters: an evolutionary approach based on the cluster life cycle model

Silvia Rita Sedita

University of Padova, Department of Economics and Management

Annalisa Caloffi

University of Padova, Department of Economics and Management

Fiorenza Belussi

University of Padova, Department of Economics and Management

# 1461

Innovation and market dynamics: A two-mode network approach to user-producer interaction

Arianna Martinelli

CNR and Scuola Superiore Sant'Anna, Institute of Economics

Marco Guerzoni

Universitá di Torino, Dipartimento di Economia

Uwe Cantner

Friedrich Schiller University Jena, Department of Economics and Business Administration

# 1463

PROTECTION MYOPIA: MANAGERIAL VIEWS TOWARDS INTELLECTUAL PROPERTY AND THE IMPLICATIONS FOR INNOVATIVE PERFORMANCE

Keld Laursen

DRUID, Copenhagen Business School and NTNU Norway, Department of Innovation and Organizational Economics and De

Ammon Salter

,

Cher Li

University of Nottingham, Business School

# 1465

Are Joint Patents Collusive? Evidence from the US and Europe

Andrea Fosfuri

Università Luigi Bocconi, Department of Management and Technology

# 1468

Research Trajectory Generalists and The Direction of Scientific Research: Evidence from Kinect

Florenta Teodoridis

University of Toronto/Rotman School of Management, Strategic Management

# 1471

"Who is Monitoring the Monitor? The Influence of Ownership Networks and Organizational Transparency on Long-Term Resource Commitment in Russian Listed Firms"

Anna Grosman

Imperial College Business School London, Innovation & Entrepreneurship, Faculty of Management

Aija Leiponen

Cornell University, Dyson School of Applied Economics and Management

# 1472

Innovative Firms and Reduction of Regional Disparities: An analysis of Brazilian Industrial Sector

Maria Cecilia Junqueira Lustosa

Université Bordeaux 4, GREThA

Dilson de Sena Pereira

Universidade Federal de Alagoas, Brazil, FEAC

Michelle Cristiane de Lima Nunes

Faculdade Mackenzie Rio de Janeiro, Brazil,

# 1474

Creative Destruction and the Natural Monopoly 'Death Spiral': Can Electricity Distribution Utilities Survive the Incumbent's Curse?

Paul Raymond Newbury

University of Queensland, Business School

# 1478

Shared Rights and Technological Progress

Matthew Mitchell

University of Toronto, Economics

# 1479

When in Rome, do as the Romans do: Dealing with corruption after entry

Larissa Rabbiosi

Copenhagen Business School, International Economics and Management

Grazia Santangelo

University of Catania, Department of Political and Social Science

# 1480

Exploring Employee motivation in Collaborative Ideation Communities

Zheng Ma

University of Southern Denmark, Marketing and Management Department

Jennie Björk

KTH - Royal Institute of Technology,

Mette Praest Knudsen

SDU, Department of Marketing & Management

mats Carmela Magnusson

KTH, Royal Institute of Technology, IPD, School of Industrial Engineering and Management

Magnus Karlsson

KTH Royal Institute of Technology,

# 1481

Network Recombination, Bridging Institutions, and Firm Upgrading: Building Collective Knowledge Resources in Emerging Markets

Gerald A McDermott

University of South Carolina, International Business

Rafael A Corredoira

University of Maryland, Strategy

# 1483

The Technological Origins and Novelty of Breakthrough Inventions

Sam Arts

KU Leuven, Faculty of Economics and Business

Reinhilde Veugelers

KU Leuven, Managerial Economics, Strategy and Innovation

# 1485

The role of multiple ostensive aspects in practicing change and stabilizing routines: A case study of a university merger

Mehdi Safavi

,

# 1486

Advancing Theory on Knowledge Governance: From Knowledge-Based Firms to Knowledge-Based Organizations

Mehdi Safavi

,

Lars Haakanson

,

# 1489

The role of operational and dynamic capabilities in ambidextrous innovation: A longitudinal analysis

Tommy Hoyvarde Clausen

,

# 1491

Incumbents’ incentive and opportunity to innovate: Large car manufacturers in the market for electric vehicles

Joeri Wesseling

Lund University, CIRCLE

Eva Niesten

Utrecht University, Innovation Studies

Jan Faber

Utrecht University, Innovation studies

Marko Peter Hekkert

Utrecht University, Innovation Studies

# 1493

Evolving Roles of Standards in Technological Innovation - Evidence from Photovoltaic Technology

Jae-Yun Ho

University of Cambridge, Department of Engineering

Eoin O'sullivan

,

# 1494

Breakthrough inventions, firm characteristics and technological sector dynamics

Anne Plunket

Paris Sud, ADIS

Lorenzo Cassi

University of Paris 1, Centre Economie de la Sorbonne

Emilie-Pauline Gallié

HCERES, Observatoire des sciences et techniques

Valérie Merindol

ESG Management School, Strategy Management

# 1497

The Dynamics of Technical and Business Networks in Industrial Clusters: Embeddedness, status or proximity?

Andrea Morrison

Utrecht University, Economic Geography

# 1498

Sources of structural change: Industrial Evolution of Swedish Municipalities 1994-2010

Matte Hartog

Utrecht University,

FrankFrank Neffke

Harvard University, Harvard Kennedy School

Ron Boschma

Lund University, CIRCLE

Martin Henning

Universty of Gothenburg, Department of Business Administration/ Economic Geography

# 1499

Using Internal Coupling Activities To Enhance The Effectiveness Of Open Innovation

Ana Luiza Burcharth

Fundação Dom Cabral, Department of management

Mette Praest Knudsen

SDU, Department of Marketing & Management

Helle Alsted Søndergaard

Aarhus University, Department of Management

# 1501

OPENING THE BLACK BOX OF SELF-ORGANIZATION IN NEW PRODUCT DEVELOPMENT - EVIDENCE FROM PROBLEM-SOLVING COMMUNICATION IN THE AUTOMOTIVE INDUSTRY

Oliver Kallenborn

,

Florian Taeube

Université libre de Bruxelles, Solvay Brussels School of Economics and Management

# 1502

On the counterfeiting battlefield. Protecting firms’ identity by controlling markets and reputation

Karin Beukel

Copenhagen University, Department for Food and Resource Economics

Francesco Rullani

Luiss Guido Carli, Entrepreneurship and Management of Innovation

# 1503

CATCHING UP AND FALLING BEHIND IN WORLD SCIENCE BASE: A COMPARATIVE ANALYSIS OF CENTRAL AND EASTERN EUROPE WITH THE WORLD REGIONS

Slavo Radosevic

UCL - University College London, SSEES - School of Slavonic and Eastern European Studies

Esin Yoruk

Coventry University, Business School

# 1506

DRUID 2013 Submission_ Sectoral Systems of Learning in Late Industrialising Nations – A study of the Chinese Civil Aviation Industry

Felicia Fai

University of Bath, School of Management

# 1508

The Digital Erosion of Firm Boundaries: Complementarities between IT Use and Production Chain Organization in US Manufacturing

Kristina Mcelheran

University of Toronto, Strategy

Chris Forman

,

# 1509

The risk in strategic decisions of small innovative companies - model approach from the perspective of the entrepreneurial process

Pawel Glodek

University of Lodz, Department of Entrepreneurship and Industrial Policy

Katarzyna Lobacz

University of Szczecin, Department of Innovation Effectiveness

# 1510

Management forms: when control is irrelevant

Zahra Solouki

ESADE, IIK

Nuria Nadal

ESADE Business School, Universitat Ramon Llull, IIK

Udo Zander

Stockholm School of Economics, Marketing and Strategy

# 1514

INBOUND OPEN INNOVATION, ABSORPTIVE CAPACITY AND INNOVATION PERFORMANCE: AN EMPIRICAL RESEARCH ON SPANISH FIRMS

M. Luisa Flor

Universitat Jaume I, Business Administration and Marketing

Jose Antonio Alfaro

University of Navarra,

Hugo Zarco

University of Navarra,

Maria Oltra

Universitat Jaume I,

# 1516

Directly or Closely Connected: Network Antecedents in the Light of Technological Impact of Inventions

Steffen Keijl

Tilburg University, Center for Innovation Research

# 1518

Patents and R&D at the Firm Level: A panel data analysis applied to the Dutch pharmaceutical sector

Shreosi Sanyal

Hasselt University, Economics

Mark Vancauteren

Hasselt University, Economics

# 1521

Innovation Portfolio Strategy and Technology Entry Timing in the Mobile Handset Industry

Ronald Klingebiel

,

John Joseph

,

# 1529

The strategic decision making perspective: How do high-tech firms reach decisions?

Linn Marie Kolbe

VU University, Department of Information, Logistics & Innovation

Ard-Pieter De Man

VU University Amsterdam, Management and Organization

Bart Bossink

VU University Amsterdam, Department of Science, Business and Innovation

# 1531

Do cartels undermine economic efficiency?

Andrea Guenster

ETH, Center for Law and Economics

# 1535

Markets for Technology, Vertical Integration, and Industry Dynamics: Efficiency and Foreclosure in the Laser Printer Industry

John De Figueiredo

,

Brian S. Silverman

University of Toronto, Rotman School of Management

# 1536

Understanding the Emergence New Industries Building a Hydrogen Fuel Cell Industry in South Africa

Vitor Hugo Santos Ferreira

Polytechnique Institute of Leiria, School of Technology and Management

Radhika Perrot

Mapungubwe Institute for Strategic Reflection (MISTRA), South Africa,

# 1539

Examining dimensionality and interdependencies in the design of service innovation

Matthijs Janssen

Harvard Kennedy School, Center for International Development

Carolina Castaldi

Eindhoven University of Technology, School of Innovation Sciences

Pim Den Hertog

Dialogic, Innovation Unit

# 1542

The coevolution of innovative ties and technological proximity - Towards a Dynamic Approach of Innovation Networks

Susanne Hinzmann

Friedrich Schiller University Jena, Department of Economics/ Chair of Microeconomic Theory

Tina Wolf

Friedrich Schiller University Jena, Department of Economics/ Chair of Microeconomic Theory

Uwe Cantner

Friedrich Schiller University Jena, Department of Economics and Business Administration

# 1543

Playing Copy the Leader? Business Models and Entrepreneurial Strategy

KENNY CHING

MASSACHUSETTS INSTITUTE OF TECHNOLOGY, TECHNOLOGICAL INNOVATION, ENTREPRENEURSHIP AND STRATEGIC MGM

# 1544

The Impact of Investments in Research and Innovation: A Literature Review

Margaret Dalziel

University of Waterloo, Conrad Business, Entrepreneurship and Technology Centre

Tanita Noor Tahmina

University of Ottawa, Telfer School of Management

Xiao (Mimosa) Zhao

University of Ottawa, Telfer School of Management

# 1545

A Tale of Two Networks: Promoting Software Development in Brazil

Janaina Pamplona da Costa

University of Campinas, Science and Technology Policy Department

# 1546

Dynamic Coordination via Organizational Routines

April Franco

University of Toronto Scarborough, Management

Andreas Blume

,

Paul Heidhues

,

# 1547

Perceptions of export feasibility in new technology-based firms: do immigrant and non-immigrant entrepreneurs differ?

Daniela Bolzani

University of Bologna, Italy, Department of Management

Cristina Boari

University of Bologna, Italy, Department of Management

# 1549

National Systems of Innovation and firms’ innovative performance: a comparison between American, Canadian and Chinese firms

Mihai Ibanescu

UQAM, Management of Technology

# 1550

Sustaining the flow of external ideas: Community management practices and social identity in firm-hosted online communities

Benedikt Langner

,

Victor Seidel

Babson College, FW Olin Graduate School of Business

# 1551

Spatial organization of firms and location choices through the value chain

Juan Alcacer

,

Mercedes Delgado

MIT Sloan, TIES

# 1552

What do we know about high-tech firms? Mapping the intellectual structure evolution of high-technology research (1973-2012)

Ivan Zupic

University of Ljubljana / Faculty of Economics, Department of Management and Organization

Tomaz Cater

University of Ljubljana / Faculty of Economics, Department of Management and Organization

# 1554

WHAT DO I TAKE WITH ME?: THE MEDIATING EFFECT OF SPIN-OUT TEAM SIZE AND TENURE ON THE FOUNDER-FIRM PERFORMANCE RELATIONSHIP

April Franco

University of Toronto Scarborough, Management

Rajshree Agarwal

,

Benjamin Campbell

,

Martin Ganco

,

# 1555

Turkish biotech

Dilek Cetindamar

Sabanci University,

Annika Rickne

University of Goteborg, Business School

# 1556

WAVES OF INVESTING: INSTITUTIONAL DYNAMICS IN THE VENTURE CAPITAL SECTOR

Dara Szyliowicz

University of the Pacific, Eberhardt School of Business

Tammy L Madsen

Santa Clara University, Management Dept., Leavey School of Business

# 1557

The Effects of Prior Experience on the Success of Major Strategic Reorientation

David Bryce

BYU, Strategy

Jeff Dyer

Brigham Young University, Organizational Leadership and Strategy

Nathan Furr

Brigham Young University, Organizational Leadership and Strategy

# 1559

The workforce of pioneer plants

Ricardo Hausmann

Harvard University, Kennedy School of Government

FrankFrank Neffke

Harvard University, Harvard Kennedy School

Anne Otto

Institute of Employment Research (IAB), Regional Research Network

# 1563

Human Mobility and Returnee Entrepreneurship: Evidence from Mexico

Janet Bercovitz

University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign, Business Administration

Andrea Martens

University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign, Business Administration

Jeff Savage

University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign, Business Administration

# 1565

Cooperative Research Centres and Sectoral Systems of Innovation: a typology based on the Spanish case

INES ANDUJAR

CSIC, IESA

SANDRO GIACHI

CSIC, IESA

# 1566

Innovation effects: Ersatz, or lasting improvements?

Janne M. Korhonen

Aalto University, School of Business

# 1568

How Do Entrepreneurs Effectuate in Decision Making? A Prospective Sensemaking Response to Uncertainty

Pek-Hooi Soh

Simon Fraser University, Beedie School of Business

Elicia Maine

Simon Fraser University, Beedie School of Business

# 1572

Community-Spanning, Network-Spanning, and Scientist Innovativeness

Martin C. Goossen

USI Lugano, Institute of Management

# 1573

The Role of Departmental Absorptive Capacities at the R&D-Marketing Interface for Innovation Performance

J. Piet Hausberg

University of Osnabrueck, School of Business Administration and Economics

# 1574

What Determines the Initial Size of New Ventures?

Francesca Melillo

KU LEUVEN, Managerial Economics, Strategy and Innovation (MSI)

Timothy Bernarr Folta

Purdue,

Frédéric Delmar

Lund,

# 1575

The Formation and Benefits of Strategic Alliances: A Longitudinal Case Study

Krister Salamonsen

University of Nordland, Bodø Graduate School of Business

# 1576

hybridization of diverging institutional logics through the “common tone”: the case of social entrepreneurship

Luca Mongelli

LUISS University of Rome, Management

Francesco Rullani

Luiss Guido Carli, Entrepreneurship and Management of Innovation

Pietro Versari

LUISS Guido Carli, Management

# 1577

Intra-firm Mobility, Innovation Types and Engineers’ Performance

Xingyuan Zhang

Okayama University, Economics

Yoshifumi Nakata

Doshisha University, Institute of Technology, Enterprise and Competitiveness

# 1578

Who wants it and who gets it? A dynamic perspective on the supply-demand nexus of external innovation finance

Jesper Lindgaard Christensen

Aalborg, Dept. of Business Studies

Daniel S. Hain

University of Aalborg, Department of Business and Management

# 1579

INDUSTRY PLATFORM CONSTRUCTION AND DEVELOPMENT IN A CHANGING ENVIRONMENT: EVIDENCE FROM THE ICT INDUSTRY

Chung-Lin Tsai

University of Cambridge, Institute for Manufacturing, Department of Engineering

Robert Phaal

University of Cambridge, Institute for Manufacturing, Department of Engineering

David Probert

University of Cambridge, Institute for Manufacturing, Department of Engineering

# 1580

Determinants of market novelty of entrepreneurial firms

Uwe Cantner

Friedrich Schiller University Jena, Department of Economics and Business Administration

Maximilian Goethner

Friedrich Schiller University Jena, School of Economics and Business Administration

Sebastian Wilfling

,

# 1581

Knowledge Creation and Innovation in the Virtual Community – Exploring Structure, Values and Identity in Hacker Groups

Meera Sarma

Northumbria University, School of Business

Alice Lam

Royal Holloway University of London, School of Management

# 1585

Retractions

Jeffrey Furman

Boston University, Strategy & Innovation

Pierre Azoulay

MIT & NBER, -

Joshua L. Krieger

MIT, -

Fiona Murrray

MIT, -

# 1586

Taming of 'Openness' in software Innovation Systems

Mehmet Gencer

Istanbul Bilgi University, Department of Computer Engineering

# 1589

Global Cities as Innovation Hubs:The Location of R&D investments by Multinational Firms

Rene Belderbos

University of Leuven, Department of Managerial Economics, Strategy and Innovation

Shanqing Du

University of Leuven, Department of Managerial Economics, Strategy and Innovation

Dieter Somers

University of Leuven, Department of Managerial Economics, Strategy and Innovation

# 1590

The Challenge of Measuring The Entrepreneurial Personality and How to solve it

Annemarie Østergaard

Aalborg, Business & Management

# 1591

Uncertainty, Flexibility, and Market Entry

Christian Essling

Ifo Institute for Economic Research at the University of Munich, Industrial Organisation and New Technologies

# 1593

The Role of Communicators in Innovation Clusters: Initial Evidence from the Case Studies Munich and Cambridge

Bettina Sophie Blasini

University of Cambridge, Institute for Manufacturing

Tim Minshall

University of Cambridge, Institute for Manufacturing

Letizia Mortara

University of Cambridge, Institute for Manufacturing

# 1594

Problematising the “Regional System of Innovation” Approach; Lessons from a Weaker Region

Rhiannon Elisabeth Pugh

Cardiff University, Centre for Economic Geography, School of Planning & Geograph

# 1595

new test 3

Jeanette Hvarregaard

Aalborg University, Department of Business and Management

# 1596

Entrepreneurial Cognition when faced with Risk and Uncertainty: Methodological Reflections

Giulio Zichella

Copenhagen Business School, INO

# 1598

Knowledge-Intensive Entrepreneurship and Innovation in Low-tech Industries: a Capabilities Perspective

Glykeria Karagouni

NTUA (National Technical University of Athens), Technological and Educational Institute of Thessaly

# 1602

University-industry R&D collaboration and firm innovativeness

Alessandra Scandura

London School of Economics and Political Science, Geography and Environment

# 1604

Linking inventions and new products: The influence of technology characteristics and the moderating role of firm capabilities and external environment

Lorenzo Ardito

Politecnico di Bari, Department of Mechanics, Mathematics and Management

# 1605

Diversity of community members and communication between them: Effects on contest performance

Poonam Oberoi

Grenoble Ecole de Management, Marketing

Christophe Haon

Grenoble Ecole de Management, Marketing

# 1606

Combining Product and Process Innovation: Is Organizational Innovation the crucial complement?

Tiago Fonseca

Instituto Superior Técnico, Universidade de Lisboa, CEG-IST

# 1610

International Diffusion of Technology in the Manufacturing Industry: Emerging Countries within the EU and Turkey

Selda Gorkey - Aydinoglu

Isik University / Istanbul University, Faculty of Economics and Adm. Sciences / Dept. of Economics

# 1612

Pursuing Benefits of Diversity: What Leads to Creative Performance with Innovation Potential?

Marianne Harbo Frederiksen

University of Southern Denmark, Department of Technology and Innovation

# 1614

The effects of openness on the innovative performance of Research and Technology Organizations (RTOs) and the role of intellectual property appropriation strategy.

Eleni Giannopoulou

CRP Henri Tudor, Service Science Innovation

# 1618

Licensing Teams: An Organizational Approach to Technology Licensing Process

Giulia Solinas

University of Liverpool, School of Management

# 1619

The shaky start of the UK Small Business Research Initiative (SBRI) in comparison to the US Small Business Innovation Research programme (SBIR).

Emma Anne Tredgett

Birbeck, University of London., Department of Management

Alex Coad

,

# 1621

Performance effects of knowledge diversity and knowledge relatedness in different phases of the innovation process

Steffi Lorenz

Philipps University Marburg, Technology and Innovation Management

Michael Stephan

Philipps University Marburg, Technology and Innovation Management

# 1622

The Interplay of Standardization and Research: Evidence from the Biotechnology Industry

Michael Raven

Technical University Berlin / ESMT European School of Management and Technology, Technology and Innovation Management

# 1623

Sector relatedness, revealed comparative advantages and production in global value chains

jennifer Taborda

Maastricht University, UNU-MERIT

# 1624

INCUMBENT PARTICIPATION IN OPEN INNOVATION: Supporting or Suppressing SME Performance?

Anders Ørding Olsen

CBS, Department of Innovation and Organizational Economics

# 1625

Knowledge Sources for Innovation and Formal Standardization

Anne-Marie Großmann

Technische Universität Berlin, Innovation Economics

# 1626

Innovation Quality and Internationalization of R&D in Europe

Jaana Rahko

University of Vaasa, Department of Economics

# 1627

Business Models for Entrepreneurship – Wealth and Value Creation through Strategic Entrepreneurship

Louise Brøns Kringelum

Aalborg University, Business & Management

# 1632

When and Who Survive from Post-Acquisition Restructuring? – The Perspective of Acquired Entrepreneurial Firms

Jing Xiao

CIRCLE, Lund University, CIRCLE and Department of Economic History

# 1634

Economic impact of legal stability on the Galician wind energy sector

Pedro Varela Vázquez

University of Santiago de Compostela, Applied Economics

# 1637

Linkage between CEO characteristics and OI adoption in innovative SMEs

Joonmo Ahn

University of Cambridge, Institute for Manufactering

Letizia Mortara

University of Cambridge, Institute for Manufacturing

Tim Minshall

University of Cambridge, Institute for Manufacturing

# 1643

Does Inventor Royalty Share matter in low license income countries?

Rui Cartaxo

Universidade de Lisboa, Instituto Superior de Economia e Gestão

Manuel Mira Godinho

Universidade de Lisboa, Instituto Superior de Economia e Gestão

Jose Garcia-quevedo

University of Barcelona, Public Economics and IEB

# 1646

Different Learning Trajectories for Performance in New Niches: Role of the Breadth and Depth of Experience and Entry Sequence

Hakan Ozalp

LMU Munich, ISTO

# 1649

In the vanguard of openness: do KIBS need internal innovation capabilities?

Matthijs Janssen

Harvard Kennedy School, Center for International Development

# 1650

Governance and Innovative Capabilities in Global Value Chains: A Conceptual Framework

Jack Willis

Manchester University, Manchester Business School

# 1653

Does R&D Outsourcing Drive Specialists Out of The Firm?

Wenjing Wang

Aarhus University, Department of Economics and Business

# 1654

A helping hand - Enhancing the knowledge base of SMEs

Diane Filip

Aalborg University, Department of Business and Management

# 1655

Spin-out activities in the wage mergers and acquisitions – an investigation into causes and contingencies

Monia Lougui

KTH Royal Institute of Technology, Department of industrial economics and management

Anders Brostrom

KTH Royal Institute of Technology, Department of industrial economics and management

# 1660

Patterns of R&D Configuration and Evolution in MNCs

Chuanhui Rita Li

Université Paris-Est, École Doctorale Organisations, marchés, institutions (OMI)

# 1663

The processes of institutional entrepreneurship in the development of eco-industrial networks

Samuli Patala

Lappeenranta University of Technology, Faculty of Industrial Management

# 1664

The influence of proximity dimensions on the edge betweenness centrality in subsidized knowledge networks in Germany

Wladimir Mueller

Leibniz University of Hanover, Institute of Economic and Cultural Geography

Tom Broekel

Leibniz University Hannover, Institue of Economic And Cultural Geography

# 1668

R&D Subsidies in a Crisis

Martin Hud

ZEW (Center for European Economic Research), Industrial Organization and International Management

Katrin Hussinger

University of Luxembourg, CREA

# 1669

Growing surrounded by decline: do the growing sectors benefit from sharing a labour pool with declining sectors

Gintare Morkute

University of Groningen, Department of Economic Geography

Sierdjan Koster

University of Groningen, Department of Economic Geography

# 1670

EMPLOYMENT IN NEW FIRMS FOR JOB SWITCHERS

Gulzat Zhetibaeva Elvung

The Royal Institute of Technology, Industrial Economics and Management

Kristina Nyström

The Royal Insitute of Technology, Industrial Economics and Management

# 1671

Big Egos in Big Science

Jacob Jeppesen

Copenhagen Business School, Department of Innovation and Organizational Economics

Kristina Vaarst Andersen

Copenhagen Business School, Innovation and Organizational Economics

Giancarlo Lauto

University of Udine, Economics & Statistics

Finn Valentin

Copenhagen Business School, Innovation and Organizational Economics

# 1672

Catch-up in technological capability: a comparison between Korea and Brazil

Ahreum Lee

Temple University, Strategic Management Department

Thomas J. Hannigan

Temple University, Strategic Management and Entrepreneurship

Ram Mudambi

Temple University, Strategic Management Department

# 1673

Exploring Technology Evolution in Danish Smart Grid Development - An NLP approach

Roman Jurowetzki

Aalborg University, Department of Business and Management

# 1679

How Does Stronger Patent Laws Affect Trade in Technology? Evidence from Patent Transfers in Sweden 1871-1914

David E Andersson

Linköping University, Department of Business Administration

# 1680

The Effect of New Business Formation on the Productivity of Incumbent Establishments: Evidence from Germany

Michael Fritsch

Friedrich Schiller University Jena, School of Economics and Business administration

Javier Changoluisa Acuña

Friedrich Schiller University, The DFG Research Training Group 1411 "The Economics of Innov

# 1682

Thanks, but no thanks: Companies’ Response to R&D tax Credits

Daniel Neicu

KU Leuven, Managerial Economics, Strategy and Innovation

Stijn Kelchtermans

KU Leuven, Department of Strategy, Innovation & Entrepreneurship

Peter Teirlinck

KU Leuven - HU Brussels, Managerial Economics, Strategy and Innovation

# 1683

The impact of international and inter-regional graduate flows on plant economic performance in Denmark

Simone Sasso

United Nation University - MERIT, Maastricht Economic Research on Innovation and Technology

Bram Timmermans

Norwegian School of Economics/ Aalborg University, DRUID, Department of Strategy and Management

# 1687

The Influence of Knowledge Types and Location on the Innovative Behaviours of KIBS

Katia Pina

University of Southampton - Southampton Business School, Centre of Excellence for Innovation & Enterprise (CIE)

Bruce S. Tether

University of Manchester, Manchester Business School

# 1688

Forging high-technology: Organizational configurations of organic electronics in seven countries

Michael Potstada

University of Mannheim, Center for Doctoral Studies in Business (CDSB)

Patrick Panitz

University of Mannheim, Institut für Mittelstandsforschung (ifm)

# 1689

Do offshoring firms gain or lose in terms of innovative capabilities? An empirical analysis of offshoring firms in Denmark

Eunkyung Park

Aalborg University, Department of Business and Management

# 1693

Service offerings and service innovation in manufacturing companies

Ian Stampe

University of Southern Denmark, Integrative Innovation Management

# 1694

Understanding the evolution of eco-innovative activity on automotive sector: an investigation based on patent analysis

Lourenço Galvão Diniz Faria

Technical University of Denmark, Management Engineering/Technology and Innovation Management

# 1695

Antecedents of target CEO departure in acquisitions of small high-tech firms: The leading role of founder

Keivan Aghasi

Politecnio di Milano, Department of Management, Economics and Industrial Engineeri

Massimo Gaetano Colombo

Politecnico di Milano, Department of Management, Economics and Industrial Engineeri

Cristina Rossi-lamastra

Politecnico di Milano, Department of Management, Economics and Industrial Engineeri

# 1696

The coevolution of endogenous knowledge networks and knowledge creation

Elena M. Tur

TU/e, Technology, Innovation & Society

# 1700

Government Technology Policy and Innovation: The Use of Expert Advice in the UK Smart Grids Policy Framework

Alberto Garcia Mogollon

University of Cambridge, Judge Business School

# 1702

Implementing process innovations in project-based firms: examining the implications on interactive processes with knowledge sources

Energy Maradza

University of Reading, School of Construction Management and Engineering - DIRC

# 1706

Productivity, Profitability, Investment and Corporate Growth: Evidence from China's Manufacturing

XIAODAN Yu

Scuola Superiore Sant'Anna, Economics

# 1708

Fostering export by subsiding innovation : empirical analysis on the `French CIS Survey

michael Liabot

University of Savoy, IREGE

# 1709

Global Investment Decisions and Patent Protection: Evidence from German Multinationals

Tatjana Nabokin

Ludwig-Maximilians-University Munich, Department of Economics

# 1723

Triggers and Drivers of Cluster Development: the Case of Agritech in North-Western Germany

Dominik Santner

University of Bremen, Centre for Regional and Innovation Economics

# 1728

Knowledge Diversity, Coherence and Out-licensing of Knowledge: An Innovation Process Perspective

Steffi Lorenz

Philipps University Marburg, Technology and Innovation Management

Michael Stephan

Philipps University Marburg, Technology and Innovation Management

# 1729

springing back or veering in: the organization network consequences of downsizing

Rick Aalbers

Radboud University, Strategy and Innovation

Wilfred Dolfsma

University of Groningen, School of Economics and Business

# 1731

‘Content to be sad’ or ‘runaway apprentice’ ? The psychological contract and career agency of young scientists in the entrepreneurial university

Alice Lam

Royal Holloway University of London, School of Management

Andre Luiz Sica De Campos

University of Campinas, School of Applied Sciences

# 1734

Participation dynamics in crowd-based knowledge production: The scope and sustainability of interest-based motivation

Henry Sauermann

Georgia Institute of Technology, Scheller College of Business

Chiara Franzoni

POLITECNICO DI MILANO, Management, Economics and Industrial Engineering

# 1736

An Individual Perspective on Open Innovation Capabilities in the Context of Haute Cuisine

Laura Bockelmann

University of Potsdam, Business Administration

Andreas Braun

BSP Business School Berlin Potsdam, Business Administration

# 1739

Markets for technology and the importance of firm-specific search for innovation performance

Christoph Grimpe

Copenhagen Business School, INO

Wolfgang Sofka

Copenhagen Business School, SMU

# 1741

Measuring the Effects of Internationalization on Technological Innovation Efficiency

Claudio Cruz Cázares

University of Barcelona, Department of Economics and Business Management

Diana Andreea Filipescu

Toulouse Business School Barcelona, Marketing

# 1743

How Does Product Customization Affect Firm Survival?: The Role of Market Pioneering and Entry Deterrence

Ajay Bhaskarabhatla

Erasmus School of Economics, Applied Economics

# 1747

The participation of new technology-based firms in EU funded R&D partnerships: The role of venture capital

Massimo Gaetano Colombo

Politecnico di Milano, Department of Management, Economics and Industrial Engineeri

Diego D' Adda

Università Politecnica delle Marche, Dipartimento di Ingegneria dell'Informazione

Lorenzo Henri Pirelli

,

# 1748

Knowledge externalities and sectoral interdependences: Evidence from an open economy perspective.

Agnieszka Gehringer

University of Goettingen, Department of Economics

# 1752

The legacy of public subsidies for innovation: input, output and behavioural additionality effects

Stephen Roper

Enterprise Research Centre & Warwick Business School, University of Warwick

Nola Margot Hewitt-dundas

Queen's University Belfast, Queen's University Management School

# 1753

Idiosyncrasies within and Interdependencies between Innovation Systems: A mixed method approach

Johannes Meuer

ETH Zurich, MTEC

Christian Rupietta

University of Zurich, Department of Business Administration

Uschi Backes-gellner

University of Zurich, Department of Business Administration

# 1755

Protecting aesthetic innovations? An exploration of the use of Registered Community Designs

Rainer Filitz

TU Munich, TUM School of Management

Joachim Henkel

Technische Universität München, TUM School of Management/Technology & Innovation Management

Bruce S. Tether

University of Manchester, Manchester Business School

# 1756

Selection and cluster evolution: A conceptual and empirical investigation using the case of Med-Tech

Markus Grillitsch

Lund University, CIRCLE

Josephine Rekers

Lund University, Department of Human Geography

# 1757

The Advantage of Affiliation to Business Groups: Economizing or or Rent Seeking? Evidence from the ‘Arab Spring’

Addis Gedefaw Birhanu

Bocconi University, Business Administration and Management

# 1758

STRATEGIC SIGNALING: HOW MISREPRESENTATION AND TRUST INFLUENCE PROFITABILITY IN COMPETITIVE SETTINGS

Murali Swamy

,

Thorbjorn Knudsen

SDU, SOD

# 1759

Knowledge context, learning and innovation: an integrating framework

Stephen Roper

Enterprise Research Centre & Warwick Business School, University of Warwick

James Love

Enterprise Research Centre & Warwick Business School, University of Warwick

Ying Zhou

,

# 1760

Asymmetric knowledge transfer in R&D alliances

Martin C. Goossen

USI Lugano, Institute of Management

Philip T.J. Bradonjic

Vienna University of Economics & Business, Institute for Entrepreneurship and Innovation

# 1761

A holistic view on service innovation: Four approaches for developing systemic policy mixes

Matthijs Janssen

Harvard Kennedy School, Center for International Development

# 1762

In the vanguard of openness: Can KIBS substitute their internal innovation capabilities?

Matthijs Janssen

Harvard Kennedy School, Center for International Development

Carolina Castaldi

Eindhoven University of Technology, School of Innovation Sciences

# 1763

REINTERPRETING THE PAST TO INNOVATE: FROM OLD COMPONENTS TO NEW PRODUCTS

Antonio Messeni Petruzzelli

Politecnico di Bari, Department of Mechanics, Mathematics and Management

Tommaso Savino

Politecnico di Bari, Department of Mechanics, Mathematics, and Management

# 1764

An Exploratory Account of Incentives for Underexploitation in an Open Innovation Environment

Kalle Artturi Piirainen

Technical University of Denmark, DTU Management Engineering

Tuomas Raivio

Gain Consulting Ltd., -

Kaisa Lähteenmäki-smith

Prime Minister's Office/Ramboll Management Consulting, -

# 1767

Navigating the IP landscape – Exploring firms’ usage of defensive IP strategies

Annika Lorenz

Hasselt University, Innovation Management

# 1768

Patents as Quality Signals? The Implications for Financing Constraints on R&D

Hanna Hottenrott

Heinrich Heine University Duesseldorf, Duesseldorf Institute for Competition Economics (DICE)

Dirk Czarnitzki

,

Bronwyn H Hall

,

# 1769

Your fault or mine? The Impact of Organizational Learning from Product-related Failure on Innovation Strategy

Annika Lorenz

Hasselt University, Innovation Management

# 1771

SHOULD I STAY OR SHOULD I GO? HOW MOBILITY EXPLAINS INDIVIDUAL SCIENTIFIC PERFORMANCE

Valentina Tartari

CBS, INO

Francesco Di Lorenzo

Copenhagen Business School, Strategic Management and Globalization

# 1772

Universities as Innovators: The Effect of Academic Incubators on Patent Quality

Christos Kolympiris

University of Bath, School of Management

Peter G. Klein

,

# 1773

Digital Money: How Ready are Countries to Adopt?

Llewellyn D. W. Thomas

Abu Dhabi School of Management, Innovation & Entrepreneurship

Antoine Vernet

Imperial College London, Business School

David M. Gann

,

# 1774

The Coordination of Independently-Owned Vacuum Tube Patents in the Early Radio Alleged Patent ‘Thicket’

John Howells

Aarhus University, School of Business and Social Science

Katznelson D Ron

Bi-Level Technologies, Encinitas, CA

# 1775

Innovation under the protected label of origin: heritage, influence and expanding horizons in Cognac

Jerker Moodysson

Lund University, CIRCLE

Lionel Sack

Lund University, Circle

# 1776

Spanning the Creative Space between Home and Work: Leisure Time, Hobbies and Organizational Creativity

Lee N. Davis

CBS, INO

Karin Hoisl

University of Mannheim, Mannheim School of Management

Jerome Dean Davis

,

# 1777

The fifth facet: The ecosystem as an organizational field

Llewellyn D. W. Thomas

Abu Dhabi School of Management, Innovation & Entrepreneurship

Erkko Autio

,

# 1779

The dynamic effects of knowledge base complexity on Schumpeterian patterns of innovation: A case study of the upstream petroleum industry

Ali Maleki

Sharif University of Technology, Research Institure for Study Science, Technology and Indsutr

Alessandro Rosiello

University of Edinburgh, Business School

# 1780

R&D and Capital Structure: evidence from Italian microdata

Daniela Bragoli

Università Cattolica, Milano, Department of Mathematics, Finance and Econometrics

Flavia Cortelezzi

Insubria, Department of Law, Economics and Culture

Giovanni Marseguerra

Università Cattolica del Sacro Cuore, Milano (Italy), Department of Mathematical methods, Econometrics and Finance

# 1781

Marked for Life?: Mobility Constraints and Entrepreneurship Decisions by Foreign Graduates in Science and Engineering

Martin Ganco

,

# 1782

Financing patterns of innovative SMEs and the perception of innovation barriers in Germany

Anna Lejpras

BSP Business School Berlin Potsdam, Department of Businessand Economics

Heike Belitz

DIW Berlin, Firms and Markets

# 1784

The Microfoundations of Recurrent Action Patterns

Peter Bryant

IE Business School, Entrepreneurship

# 1786

Exploring and Yet Failing Less: The Role of Exploitation and Human Capital to Foster Learning from Exploration

Pablo D' Este

CSIC-UPV Polytechnic University of Valencia - Spanish Council for Scientific Research, INGENIO (CSIC-UPV)

Alberto Marzucchi

Catholic University of Milan, Dept. of International Economics, Institutions and Developme

Francesco Rentocchini

f.rentocchini@soton.ac.uk, University of Southampton, Southampton Business School

# 1787

Diversification, Branding and Performance of Knowledge-Intensive Service Firms

Carolina Castaldi

Eindhoven University of Technology, School of Innovation Sciences

Marco Giarratana

Università Luigi Bocconi, Department of Management and Technology

# 1789

A Criteria-based Approach for Evaluating Innovation Commercialisation

Kavoos Mohannak

Queensland University of Technology, School of Management

Laxman Samtani

NA, NA

# 1790

Joint ventures or Independence? Alternative Ways of R&D Capability Building at Emerging Economy Firms

Solmaz Filiz Karabag

Linköping University, Department of Management and Engineering

Christian Berggren

Linköping University, Department of Management and Engineering

# 1792

Organizing a Firm-Community Collaboration for growth: How to benefit from open source projects without hurting them

Dilan Aksoy-yurdagul

ESC Rennes School of Business, Department of Strategy and Innovation

Francesco Rullani

Luiss Guido Carli, Entrepreneurship and Management of Innovation

Cristina Rossi-lamastra

,

# 1793

Optimal Co-payment Policy in Healthcare: Competition, Ownership structure and Quality Provision

Mihkel Tombak

University of Toronto, Management

Rune Stenbacka

Hanken School of Economics, Department of Economics

# 1794

Reviving demand-pull perspectives: The effect of uncertainty and lack of demand on R&D strategy

Jose Garcia-quevedo

University of Barcelona, Public Economics and IEB

Gabriele Pellegrino

EPFL, College of Management of Technology

Maria Savona

University of Sussex, SPRU

# 1795

Dealing with Failure: Why Serial Entrepreneurs Change Industries Between Ventures, and What it Costs Them

JP Eggers

NYU, Mgmt & Orgs

Lin Song

,

# 1796

Growth Logics: Market vs. Technological Knowledge and the Direction of Organizational Expansion

Sungyong Chang

,

JP Eggers

NYU, Mgmt & Orgs

Daniel Dongil Keum

NYU Stern, Management and Organization

# 1798

Mobility of Inventors and Manipulating the Innovation Production Function

Sampsa Samila

NUS Business School, Strategy & Policy

Vivek Tandon

National University of Singapore, Strategy and Policy

# 1800

Do different environments influence the proactive absorption of market-oriented knowledge and innovation performance on the firm level?

Wolfgang Gerstlberger

University of Southern Denmark, Department of Marketing and Management

Alex Da Mota Pedrosa

University of Southern Denmark, CI2M

Claudia Jasmand

Imperial College London, Organisation & Management Group

# 1801

Network structural properties for cluster long run dynamics. Evidence from collaborative R&D networks in the European mobile phone industry

Joan Crespo

University of Toulouse, LEREPS

Raphael Suire

University of Rennes 1, Economics

Jerome Vicente

,

# 1802

Capital Markets, Organizational Adaptation, and the Separation of Ownership and Managerial Control

Nils Stieglitz

Frankfurt School of Finance & Management gGmbH, Management Department

Peter Esser

,

# 1803

Intangible asset dynamics and firm behaviour

Fabio Landini

LUISS University, School of European Political Economy

# 1804

Intangible asset dynamics and firm behaviour

Fabio Landini

LUISS University, School of European Political Economy

Alessandro Arrighetti

University of Parma, Department of Economics

Andrea Lasagni

University of Parma, Department of Economics

# 1805

MECHANISMS OF VALUE CREATION IN PLATFORMS MARKETS: EVIDENCES FROM THE DIGITIZED NEWSPAPER INDUSTRY

Alessio Cozzolino

Bocconi University, Management and Technology

Marco Giarratana

Università Luigi Bocconi, Department of Management and Technology

# 1807

Academic knowledge as a driver for technological innovation? Comparing universities, small and large firms in knowledge production and dissemination

Friedrich Dornbusch

,

Peter Neuhäusler

Fraunhofer Institute for Systems and Innovation Research ISI, Competence Center Policy – Industry – Innovation

# 1808

Technology and learning in a long run industry pollution transition: evidence from the global phase-out of ozone depleting substances

David Grover

London School of Economics, Geography and Environment

# 1810

Same Place, Same Knowledge & Same People? Evidence from Non-Patent Citations in Dutch Polymer Patents.

Dominik Peter Heinisch

University of Kassel, Economic Policy Research

O. Nomaler

,

Guido Buenstorf

University of Kassel, Department of Economics and INCHER-Kassel

Koen Frenken

Utrecht University, Innovation Studies

Harry Linsten

,

# 1811

Entrepreneurial Couples

Michael Dahl

AAU, Business and Management Department

Mirjam Van Praag

Copenhagen Business School, Innovation and Organizational Economics

Peter Thompson

,

# 1812

Ability Dispersion and Team Performance

Sander Hoogendoorn

,

Simon Parker

Western University, Ivey Business School

Mirjam Van Praag

Copenhagen Business School, Innovation and Organizational Economics

# 1813

The Construction of a New Technological Innovation System in a Follower Country: Wind Energy in Portugal

Nuno Bento

ISCTE-IUL, DINÂMIA'CET

Margarida Fontes

LNEG - National Laboratory of Energy and Geology, Energy analysis and networks

# 1815

Innovation in food: observations on an emerging professional domain

Beatrice D'ippolito

The York Management School, University of York, Management

# 1816

On universities' long-term effects on regional value creation and unemployment - The case of Germany

Henning Kroll

Fraunhofer ISI, Competence Center "Policy and Regions"

Torben Schubert

Lund University, CIRCLE

# 1818

Twelve theses on the greening of capitalism: Is China driving the process?

John A. Mathews

Macquarie University, Macquarie Graduate School of Management

# 1820

Reviewing Open Innovation: Structure, Content and Future Research Avenues

Krithika Randhawa

University of Technology Sydney, UTS Business School

Ralf Wilden

University of Newcastle, Newcastle Business School

jan Hohberger

,

# 1822

ANALYZING COMPETITIVE BEHAVIOR IN (REPEATED) COOPERATIVE RELATIONS: VALUE CREATION, VALUE CAPTURE, AND TRUST IN RESEARCH ALLIANCES

Claudio Panico

Bocconi University, Department of Management & Technology

# 1823

Knowledge Diversity & Knowledge Overlap in R&D Teams: Evidence from the Formula 1 Motorsport Industry

Karin Hoisl

University of Mannheim, Mannheim School of Management

Marc Gruber

,

Annamaria Conti

,

# 1824

R&D Behavior of German Manufacturing Companies during the 2008/09 Recession

Alexander Friedrich Eickelpasch

DIW Berlin German Institut for Economic Research, Firms and Markets

# 1825

Pay-for-Performance for Top Managers and Innovation Activities in Firms

Zahra Lotfi

Friedrich Schiller University, The Economics of Innovative Change

Katja Rost

,

# 1826

HOW KNOWLEDGE STRATEGY MATTERS IN FIRM PERFORMANCE: THE INTERACTION EFFECT OF KNOWLEDGE SPECIFICITY

Bou-Wen Lin

,

Chia-I Kuo

National Tsing Hua University, Institute of Technology Management

# 1828

Output growth and prices of establishments in the Swedish hotel industry

Martin Falk

Austrian Institute of Eonomic Research, industrial economics

Eva Hagsten

,

# 1829

Employment effects of technological and organizational innovations: Evidence based on linked Firm-Level Data

Martin Falk

Austrian Institute of Eonomic Research, industrial economics

# 1831

The Division of Innovative Labor between Universities and Firms: Evidence from “Knowledge Twins”

Michael Bikard

London Business School, Strategy and Entrepreneurship

# 1832

How Social Capital Mitigate Collaboration Challenges in University-Industry Research Alliances: A Longitudinal Case Study

Marianne Steinmo

University of Nordland, Bodø Graduate School of Business

# 1833

Acquired taste or acquired knowledge? Experience, talent and popularity in creating French superstar Cuisine

Pepijn Olders

University of Amsterdam, Amsterdam Institute for Social Science Research (AISSR)

# 1835

Technological Distance Measures: Theoretical Foundation and Empirics

Florian Stellner

Max Planck Institute for Innovation and Competition, Munich Center for Innovation and Entrepreneurship Research

# 1836

Destruction and Reallocation of Skills Following Large Company Exit

Jacob Rubaek Holm

,

Christian Richter Oestergaard

Aalborg University, Department of Business and Management

Thomas Roslyng Olesen

Copenhagen Business School, INO

# 1838

A discrete choice experiment to explain knowledge acquisition strategies of SMEs

Frank J Van Rijnsoever

Utrecht University, Innovation Studies

Sander Niels Kempkes

Utrecht University, Innovation Studies

# 1840

Patent Citation Indicators: One Size Fits All?

Jurrien Bakker

KU LEUVEN, Department of Managerial Economics, Strategy and Innovation

Dennis Verhoeven

KU Leuven VAT: BE0419052173, Managerial Economics, Strategy and Innovation

Bart Van Looy

K.U. Leuven, Managerial Economics, Strategy and Innovation / INCENTIM-ECO

# 1841

Connections matter: how personal network structures influences biomedical scientists engagement in medical innovation

Oscar Llopis

Universit. de Bordeaux, GREThA

Pablo D' Este

CSIC-UPV Polytechnic University of Valencia - Spanish Council for Scientific Research, INGENIO (CSIC-UPV)

# 1843

Using Organizational Learning to assess micro-incentives of the Triple Helix

Frank J Van Rijnsoever

Utrecht University, Innovation Studies

Ingrid Van Prooijen

,

Klaas Van Alphen

,

# 1844

On the R&D giants' shoulders: Do FDI help to stand on them?

Antonio Vezzani

European Commission, Joint Research Centre - IPTS

Sandro Montresor

Kore University of Enna, Faculty of Economics and Law

# 1845

Stop the Knowledge Flow: Knowledge Protection Intensity of MNC Subsidiaries

Pedro De Faria

University of Groningen, Faculty of Economics and Business

Wolfgang Sofka

Copenhagen Business School, SMU

Edlira Shehu

,

# 1850

Risk and Ambiguity in Evaluating a New Venture: An Experimental Study

Anisa Shyti

IE Business School, Social and Behavioral Sciences

Corina Paraschiv

Paris Descartes University, Management Science

# 1851

Global entrepreneurship and the origin of an ecosystem root firm: The case of China’s solar PV industry

Wei Zhang

,

Jianxi Luo

Singapore University of Technology and Design, Engineering Product Development Pillar

Steven White

Tsinghua University, School of Economics & Management, Dept. of Innovation, Entrepreneurship & Strategy

# 1853

The Competitive Dynamics of Openness

Oliver Alexy

Technische Universität München, TUM School of Management

Joel West

Keck Graduate Institute, School of Applied Life Sciences

Joel West

Keck Graduate Institute, School of Applied Life Sciences

# 1854

Why do MNE Subsidiaries Outsource R&D in Countries with Weaker National IPR Regimes? The role of local institutions

Grazia Santangelo

University of Catania, Department of Political and Social Science

Klaus Meyer

,

Bjoern Jindra

,

# 1855

Individual and Collective Influences on Researchers' Performance in Nanotechnology Networks

Claudia Werker

Delft University of Technology, Department Technology Policy and Management

Scott Cunningham

Delft University of Technology, Technology, Policy and Management

# 1856

Creating value from embodied knowledge – lags, learning and contingency: The case of AMTs and innovation

Jane Bourke

UCC, Economics

Stephen Roper

Enterprise Research Centre & Warwick Business School, University of Warwick

# 1857

Different Learning Trajectories for Performance in New Niches: Role of the Breadth and Depth of Experience and Entry Sequence

Hakan Ozalp

LMU Munich, ISTO

# 1858

Do higher wages reduce inventors job turnover? The role of utility, status and signaling effects

Olof Ejermo

Lund University, CIRCLE

Torben Schubert

Lund University, CIRCLE

# 1859

On the stability of preferences: Repercussions of entrepreneurship on risk attitudes

Matthias Brachert

Halle Institute for Economic Research, Structural Change and Productivity

Walter Hyll

Halle Institute for Economic Research, Structural Change and Productivity

# 1862

Environmental innovations and firm's boundaries: evidence from two ecological industries in North--East Italy

Riccardo Leoncini

University of Bologna, Department of Economics

Sandro Montresor

Kore University of Enna, Faculty of Economics and Law

Francesco Rentocchini

f.rentocchini@soton.ac.uk, University of Southampton, Southampton Business School

# 1863

Network Structure and Evolvability of Innovation Ecosystems

Jianxi Luo

Singapore University of Technology and Design, Engineering Product Development Pillar

# 1864

MNC SUBUNITS’ ALLIANCE PORTFOLIO AND INNOVATION: DISENTANGLING THE MULTIPLE EFFECT OF CULTURAL DISTANCE

Stefano Elia

Politecnico di Milano, Department of Management, Economics and Industrial Engineeri

Antonio Messeni Petruzzelli

Politecnico di Bari, Department of Mechanics, Mathematics and Management

Lucia Piscitello

Politecnico di Milano, Department of Management, Economics and Industrial Engineeri

# 1865

Entrepreneurial Leadership Talent - an empirical research for keyfactors

Annemarie Østergaard

Aalborg, Business & Management

# 1867

How can imitation increase inter-firm heterogeneity

Hart E. Posen

University of Wisconsin-Madison, School of Business

Dirk Martignoni

Herr, Institute of Management

Markus Lang

,

# 1868

Determinants of technological diversification in small serial innovators

Carlo Corradini

University of Birmingham, Business School

Pelin Demirel

University of Nottingham, Business School

Giuliana Battisti

University of Warwick, Warwick Business School

# 1871

Fortune favors fools: How confidence can compensate for competence in learning

Hart E. Posen

University of Wisconsin-Madison, School of Business

Dirk Martignoni

,

Markus Lang

,

# 1872

Can public policy regenerate a traditional industry through collaborative research? The case of the Swedish food industry

Maureen Mckelvey

University of Gothenburg, School of Business, Economics and Law

Daniel Ljungberg

University of Gothenburg, Economy and Society/Innovation and Entrepreneurship

# 1874

The Long March

René Belderbos

KU Leuven, Managerial Economics, Strategy and Innovation

Stijn Kelchtermans

KU Leuven, Department of Strategy, Innovation & Entrepreneurship

Bart Leten

University of Leuven, Managerial Economics, Strategy and Innovation

Nazlihan Ugur

KU Leuven, Managerial Economics, Strategy and Innovation

# 1875

Variability versus Stability: How the Modes of Technological Recombination Matter for New Product Development?

Hamid Mazloomi

ESC Rennes School of Business, Strategy and Innovation

Maryam Nasiriyar

ESC Rennes, Strategy & Innovation

# 1877

Migrant Scientists and International Networks

Giuseppe Scellato

,

Chiara Franzoni

POLITECNICO DI MILANO, Management, Economics and Industrial Engineering

Paula Stephan

,

# 1878

Learning by failing. An empirical exercise on CIS data

Riccardo Leoncini

University of Bologna, Department of Economics

# 1879

Market Outcomes and Dynamic Patent Buyouts

Alberto Galasso

University of Toronto, Rotman

Matthew Mitchell

University of Toronto, Economics

Gabor Virag

,

# 1880

Dynamic financial constraints and innovation: Evidence from the UK Innovation Surveys

Henry Lahr

,

Andrea Mina

Univeristy of Cambridge, Judge Business School and Centre for Business Research

# 1881

The Clone Wars: Competitive Dynamics in the Internet Video Industry

KENNY CHING

MASSACHUSETTS INSTITUTE OF TECHNOLOGY, TECHNOLOGICAL INNOVATION, ENTREPRENEURSHIP AND STRATEGIC MGM

# 1882

THE ENDOGENEITY OF ACADEMIC SCIENCE TO LOCAL INDUSTRIAL R&D: EVIDENCE FROM THE AGRICULTURAL BIOTECHNOLOGY INDUSTRY

Eunhee Sohn

Massachusetts Institute of Technology, Sloan School of Management

# 1884

Impact of research funding and scientific production on scientific impact: Are Quebec academic women really lagging behind?

Catherine Beaudry

Polytechnique Montreal, Mathematics and Industrial Engineering

Vincent Larivière

Université de Montréal, École de bibliothéconomie et des sciences de l'information

# 1885

Institutions and the direction of innovative search: Change and persistence between and within countries

Denisa Mindruta

HEC Paris, Strategy

Joao Albino Pimentel

HEC Paris, Strategy

Glenn Hoetker

,

# 1887

Firms dealing with regulatory change: innovation and political influence strategies

Joeri Wesseling

Lund University, CIRCLE

Jacco Farla

Utrecht University, Innovation Studies

Marko Peter Hekkert

Utrecht University, Innovation Studies

# 1889

Unpacking Stickiness: Categorizing User Inputs and Knowledge for Innovation

Yat Ming Ooi

University of Auckland, Department of Management & International Business

Kenneth Husted

University of Auckland, Department of Management and IB

# 1890

Business Experience and Start-up Size: Buying More Lottery Tickets Next Time Around?

Alex Coad

,

paul Nightingale

,

# 1893

The Performance Effects of Disrupting Founding Teams’ Prior Shared Experience through Job Hoppers

Florence Honore

University of Minnesota, Strategic Management and Entrepreneurship

# 1895

Why Top Scientists Publish Junk Papers: Unveiling Hidden Rationales behind Scientific Publication with a Case Study of Japanese Life Sciences

Sotaro Shibayama

University of Tokyo, Department of Technology Management for Innovation

Yasunori Baba

University of Tokyo, Research Center for Advanced Science and Technology

# 1896

Knowledge Fit and Productivity Gains from Mobility

Karin Hoisl

University of Mannheim, Mannheim School of Management

Gaétan De Rassenfosse

EPFL, CDM

# 1897

Patent protection and the erosion of profits: Econometric evidence

Gaétan De Rassenfosse

EPFL, CDM

# 1899

REUSING OLD INFRASTRUCTURE TO HOST DATACENTERS: ECO-INNOVATION AS AN EXAPTATION PROCESS

Päivi Hanna Maria Aaltonen

University of Lapland, Faculty of Social Sciences

Pertti Aaltonen

,

# 1900

The challenges of measuring the entrepreneurial personality – A methodological approach

Annemarie Østergaard

Aalborg, Business & Management

# 1901

Above a Swamp: A Theory of High-Quality Scientific Production

Bralind Kiri

,

Nicola Lacetera

University of Toronto, Management

LORENZO Zirulia

University of Bologna, Department of Economics

# 1902

The wisdom of conformity and capabilities: How firm experience predicts the reception of typical and atypical products

Mirva Peltoniemi

Jyväskylä University School of Business and Economics, Strategy and Entrepreneurship

Henri Schildt

Aalto University School of Business, Management and International Business

# 1903

SMALL FIRM-LARGE FIRM RELATIONSHIPS AND THE IMPLICATIONS FOR SMALL FIRM INNOVATION: WHAT DO WE KNOW?

Andrew James

University of Manchester, Manchester Institute of Innovation Research

Sally Gee

Manchester University, Manchester Business School

James Love

Enterprise Research Centre & Warwick Business School, University of Warwick

Stephen Roper

Enterprise Research Centre & Warwick Business School, University of Warwick

Jack Willis

Manchester University, Manchester Business School

# 1904

When Disruptive Innovation Fails to Disrupt: Competition and Capability-Building in China

Eric Thun

,

# 1905

Organizational Aspects of Business Model Innovation: The Case of the European Postal Industry

Kristian Johan Sund

Roskilde University, Institute for Communication, Business Studies and IT

Marcel Bogers

University of Southern Denmark, Mads Clausen Institute

Juan Andrei Villarroel

Northwestern University Switzerland, School of Management Fribourg

# 1907

Imprints from idea generation on innovation and organizational strategic selection

Isabel M. Bodas-freitas

Grenoble Ecole de Management, Technology Management

Cornelia Lawson

The University of Cambridge, Centre for Business Research

# 1908

Implementation of High-Tech Acquisitions: Investigation on CEO turnover and structural form through various relatedness measurements

Keivan Aghasi

Politecnio di Milano, Department of Management, Economics and Industrial Engineeri

Massimo Gaetano Colombo

Politecnico di Milano, Department of Management, Economics and Industrial Engineeri

Cristina Rossi-lamastra

Politecnico di Milano, Department of Management, Economics and Industrial Engineeri

# 1909

How much does it cost to be a scientist?

Benjamin Balsmeier

TU Freiberg, Chair for International Management and Corporate Strategy

Maikel Pellens

Centre for European Economic Research (ZEW), Industrial Economics and International Management

# 1910

Knowledge Protection and Input Complexity Arising from Open Innovation

Thijs Peeters

Eindhoven University of Technology, Innovation, Technology Entrepreneurship & Marketing

Wolfgang Sofka

Copenhagen Business School, SMU

# 1911

Spatial Dimension of Lead Markets: Evidences from Diffusion of Photovoltaic Systems in Germany

Emrah Karakaya

Universidad Politecnica de Madrid / KTH Royal Instutite of Technology, European Doctorate in Industrial Management

Cali Nuur

KTH Royal Institute of Technology, Department of Industrial Economics and Management

Barbara Breitschopf

Fraunhofer Institute for Systems and Innovation Research ISI, Competence Center Energy Policy and Energy Markets

Antonio Hidalgo

Universidad Politecnica di Madrid, Business administration

# 1917

The Impact of Technology Characteristics on the Formation of Exploration and Exploitation Alliances - Insights from the Solar Photovoltaic Industry

Joern Hoppmann

ETH Zurich, Department of Management, Technology, and Economics

Hyundo Choi

Chosun University, College of Business

Meagan Stumpe Mauter

,

# 1919

Tripping yourself up? Team Formation and Effective Teams

Antoine Vernet

Imperial College London, Business School

Tore Opsahl

,

# 1921

Staged R&D Processes and Learning from Failure: Evidence from the U.S. Biotechnology Industry

Tao Wang

University College London, Management Science & Innovation

# 1922

Who loses a leader without losing ground? Unexpected deaths in top management teams and firm performance

Pernille Gjerløv-Juel

, Business and management

# 1923

How Actors Establish Generative Platforms By Instituting Control Points: The U.S. Video Game Industry

Alexander Chekanov

Esade Business School, Business Network Dynamics

Joan Rodon Modol

,

# 1924

Government, policy-making and the development of agricultural innovation system:

CHAO CHEN Chung

National Cheng Kung University, Department of Political Science

# 1925

Unpredictably Stable. An Investigation into the Stayer-Mover Tendencies among Self-Employed

Virgilio Failla

LMU Munich, ISTO

Francesca Melillo

KU LEUVEN, Managerial Economics, Strategy and Innovation (MSI)

Francesca Melillo

KU LEUVEN, Managerial Economics, Strategy and Innovation (MSI)

Toke Reichstein

Copenhagen Business School, INO

# 1926

Pre-Entry Resources, Strategic Positioning Choices and Introduction of Dominant Designs: Evidence from the Hard Disk Drive Industry

Anu Wadhwa

,

Richard Tee

LUISS, Department of Management

Christopher Tucci

EPFL, College de Management

# 1927

UNIVERSITY REGULATION AND UNIVERSITY-­‐INDUSTRY INTERACTION: A PERFORMANCE ANALYSIS OF ITALIAN ACADEMIC DEPARTMENTS

Davide Quaglione

University of Chieti and Pescara, Department of Economics

Alessandro Muscio

University of Foggia, 1Dipartimento di Scienze Agrarie, degli Alimenti e dell’Ambi

Giovanna Vallanti

,

# 1928

Do the drivers of innovation in KIBS differ with their knowledge base?

Katia Pina

University of Southampton - Southampton Business School, Centre of Excellence for Innovation & Enterprise (CIE)

Bruce S. Tether

University of Manchester, Manchester Business School

# 1929

Cooking under Fire: Managing Creativity and Innovation in Haute Cuisine

Christel Lane

,

Daniela Lup

,

Daniela Lup

,

# 1930

THE LEARNING ORGANIZATION AS A PATH TO DEVELOPING DYNAMIC CAPABILITIES IN A SMALL ENTREPRENEURIAL FIRM

Margaret Tallott

NUI Galway, Department of Management

Rachel Hilliard

NUI Galway, Management

# 1932

Toward a behavioral theory of open innovation

Oliver Alexy

Technische Universität München, TUM School of Management

Elif Bascavusoglu-moreau

University of Cambridge, Centre for Business Research

Ammon Salter

,

# 1933

Technology Brokering and Breakthrough Invention

Sam Arts

KU Leuven, Faculty of Economics and Business

Reinhilde Veugelers

KU Leuven, Managerial Economics, Strategy and Innovation

# 1935

The Effects of Exogenous Shocks on the Development of Regional Innovation Systems

Krister Salamonsen

University of Nordland, Bodø Graduate School of Business

# 1936

Mobility of German university graduates: Is (regional) beauty in the eye of the beholder?

Guido Buenstorf

University of Kassel, Department of Economics and INCHER-Kassel

Matthias Geissler

Technical University Dresden, Faculty of Business and Economics

Stefan Krabel

,

# 1938

The Dysfunctional Nature of Packaging Development: An Exploratory Study in the UK Food industry.

Christopher Don Simms

,

Paul Trott

Portsmouth, Business School

# 1939

Dealmakers, Regional Social Capital and Firm Performance

Thomas Kemeny

University of Southampton, Geography & Environment

Maryann Feldman

University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill, Public Policy

# 1941

Towards Healthcare Innovation in Online Patient- and Researcher Communities: Social Organization and Knowledge Organization

David Tamoschus

WHU Otto Beisheim School of Management, Chair of Entrepreneurship and New Business Development

# 1942

Putting Your Money Where Your Mouth Is: Why sustainability reporting based on the triple bottom line can be misleading.

Larissa Shnayder

Utrecht University, Copernicus Institute of Sustainable Development

Frank J Van Rijnsoever

Utrecht University, Innovation Studies

Marko Peter Hekkert

Utrecht University, Innovation Studies

# 1943

THE REGULATORY FRAMEWORK AND THE EFFECTIVENESS OF ALLIANCES IN THE INITIAL STAGES OF DEVELOPMENT OF BIOPHARMACEUTICAL INDUSTRY

Walter Bataglia

Mackenzie Presbyterian University, Centre for Applied and Social Sciences

# 1944

Cluster evolution in mature Industrial clusters. The case of Prato Marshallian Industrial District after the entrance of the Chinese firms populations (1945-2011)

Luciana Lazzeretti

University of Florence - IFAC-CNR, Department of Economics and Management

Francesco Capone

University of Florence, Department of Economics and Management

# 1945

(UN)CONVENTIONAL COMBINATIONS: AT THE ORIGINS OF BREAKTHROUGH INVENTIONS

Antonio Della Malva

KU Leuven, Managerial Economics Strategy and Innovation

Massimo Riccaboni

IMT - INSTITUTE FOR ADVANCED STUDIES LUCCA, Laboratory of Innovation Management and Economics

# 1946

Start-ups down under: How start-up communities facilitate Australian entrepreneurship

Marijn A Van Weele

Utrecht University, Innovation Studies

Henk J Steinz

Utrecht University, Department of Innovation, Environmental and Energy Sciences

Frank J Van Rijnsoever

Utrecht University, Innovation Studies

# 1947

How Search in Science Impacts on the Value of Inventions at Early and Late Stages in the R&D cycle

Karin Beukel

Copenhagen University, Department for Food and Resource Economics

Finn Valentin

Copenhagen Business School, Innovation and Organizational Economics

Rasmus Lund Jensen

,

# 1949

Evolution and Firm Survival in Vertically Related Populations: The Case of the German Piano Industry

Roland Stuerz

Max Planck Institute for Innovation and Competition, Munich Center for Innovation and Entrepreneurship Research

# 1950

Path generation in a path dependent industry: the influence from the established technology

Ksenia Onufrey

Linköping University, Management and Engineering

# 1951

Fly to learn: interregional integration and firms innovative productivity

Stefano H Baruffaldi

EPFL, College of Management

Guillaume Burghouwt

,

# 1952

Relatedness, Diversification and Institutions

Ron Boschma

Lund University, CIRCLE

Gianluca Capone

Utrecht University, Urban and Regional Research Centre Utrecht (URU)

# 1955

An Enduring Regional Industrial Cluster: How Temporal and Organizational Heterogeneity Drive Post-Shock Recovery

Nydia Macgregor

Santa Clara University, Management

Tammy L Madsen

Santa Clara University, Management Dept., Leavey School of Business

# 1958

Public procurement for innovation: a novel e-government services scheme in Greek local authorities

Aimilia Protogerou

National Technical University of Athens, Laboratory of Industrial and Energy Economics

Yannis Caloghirou

National Technical University of Athens, Laboratory of Industrial and Energy Economics

Panagiotis Panagiotopoulos

National Technical University of Athens, Laboratory of Industrial and Energy Economics

# 1959

How does the global relocation of business activities affect firm innovation? An empirical analysis of the impact of offshoring on innovation in Danish firms

Eunkyung Park

Aalborg University, Department of Business and Management

# 1960

THE INSTITUTION CONSTRUCT IN INSTITUTIONAL APPROACHES

Walter Bataglia

Mackenzie Presbyterian University, Centre for Applied and Social Sciences

Leila Rocha Pellegrino

Mackenzie Presbyterian University, Centre for Applied and Social Sciences

# 1961

Scared away? - discouraged borrowers and capital market information

Jesper Lindgaard Christensen

Aalborg, Dept. of Business Studies

Daniel S. Hain

University of Aalborg, Department of Business and Management

# 1965

Stability of organizational routines and the role of authority

Stephan Billinger

SDU, SOD

Markus Becker

University of Southern Denmark, Strategic Organization Design

Wojciech Gorski

,

# 1967

Between inertia and change: The entrepreneurial process in the rise of electronic music

Martina Montauti

University of Lugano, Institute of Management

Filippo Carlo Wezel

,

# 1968

The Role of Personal Proximity in Collaborations: The Case of Dutch Nanotechnology

Claudia Werker

Delft University of Technology, Department Technology Policy and Management

Ward Ooms

Open University in the Netherlands, Faculty of Management, Science, and Technology

Marjolein Caniels

Open University The Netherlands, Faculty of Management, Science and Technology

# 1969

The Impact of the Geographical Distance on the External Sources of Knowledge Spillover”

Maryam Zehtabchi

Bocconi University, Innovation and Management

# 1971

Regional and industrial mobility of workers leaving mature industries. A study of individuals who exit the Swedish shipbuilding industry 1970-2000.

Rikard Eriksson

Umeå University, Geography and Economic History

Martin Henning

Universty of Gothenburg, Department of Business Administration/ Economic Geography

Anne Otto

Institute of Employment Research (IAB), Regional Research Network

# 1972

Are firms in diverse regions more diverse and does it really matter

Christian Richter Oestergaard

Aalborg University, Department of Business and Management

Bram Timmermans

Norwegian School of Economics/ Aalborg University, DRUID, Department of Strategy and Management

# 1973

Comparing the innovation process in environmental and non-environmental firms: A look at barriers to innovation

Siri Jakobsen

University of Nordland, Bodø Graduate School of Business

Tommy Clausen

University of Nordland, Bodø Graduate School of Business

# 1977

Lifting the veil on patents and inventions

Oliver Alexy

Technische Universität München, TUM School of Management

Paola Criscuolo

Imperial College Business School, Department of Innovation and Entrepreneurship

Ammon Salter

,

Dmitry Sharapov

Imperial College Business School, Department of Innovation and Entrepreneurship

# 1978

Team structure and scientific impact of “big science” research

Giancarlo Lauto

University of Udine, Department of Economics and Statistics

Giancarlo Lauto

University of Udine, Department of Economics and Statistics

Finn Valentin

Copenhagen Business School, Innovation and Organizational Economics

Jacob Jeppesen

Copenhagen Business School, Department of Innovation and Organizational Economics

# 1980

Partner selection in technological licensing agreements: The role of technological learning and market competition

Keld Laursen

DRUID, Copenhagen Business School and NTNU Norway, Department of Innovation and Organizational Economics and De

Toke Reichstein

Copenhagen Business School, INO

Giulia Trombini

Ca’ Foscari University of Venice, Department of Management

# 1982

Collective vs. expert rationality for evaluation of new technologies in crowdsourcing initiatives

Giancarlo Lauto

University of Udine, Department of Economics and Statistics

Giancarlo Lauto

University of Udine, Department of Economics and Statistics

Finn Valentin

Copenhagen Business School, Innovation and Organizational Economics

# 1983

Multi-scalar and multi-contextual impacts on cluster development: The case of agritech in North-Western Germany

Dominik Santner

University of Bremen, Centre for Regional and Innovation Economics

# 1984

How Theories of Organization Inform Transition Studies

Allard Van Mossel

Utrecht University, Innovation Studies

Frank J Van Rijnsoever

Utrecht University, Innovation Studies

Marko Peter Hekkert

Utrecht University, Innovation Studies

# 1986

The Contribution of Academic Knowledge to the Value of Industrial Inventions: Micro level evidence from patent inventors

Aldo Geuna

University of Torino, Department of Economics and Statistics Cognetti de Martiis

Claudio Fassio

LUISS - School of EUropean Political Economy (SEP), Department of Political Science

Federica Rossi

Birkbeck, University of London, Department of Management

# 1987

Network formation - analyzing R&D cooperation timing among German laser source manufacturers

Muhamed Kudic

,

Andreas Pyka

,

Marco Sunder

,

# 1989

On the evolutionary nature of innovation networks in science-driven and scale-intensive industries

Tobias Buchmann

University of Hohenheim, Innovation Economics

Daniel S. Hain

University of Aalborg, Department of Business and Management

Muhamed Kudic

,

Matthias Mueller

University of Hohenheim, Innovation Economics

# 1991

Crowdsourced Digital Goods and Firm Productivity

Frank Nagle

Harvard Busines School, Technology and Operations Management

# 1992

Knowledge Structure and Firm Success in an Emerging Core Technology

Luca Mongelli

LUISS University of Rome, Management

# 1993

Perceptions of followers’ performance, self-identity and communication skills and their impact on entrepreneurial intention in a developing country context

Ian Keith Alexander

University of Copenhagen, Department of Food and Resource Economics, University of Cop

Karin Beukel

Copenhagen University, Department for Food and Resource Economics

# 1996

Beyond Simple Rules: How organizations recombine in high uncertainty environments

Fernando F Suarez

Northeastern University, Entrepreneurship and Innovation

Juan S. Montes

,

# 1998

Pinpointing effects of R&D consortium embeddedness on innovative outcomes across time and network order

Alexander Christiaan Smit

Tilburg University, Organisation Studies / Center for Innovation Research

Marius T.H. Meeus

Tilburg University, Organization Studies and Center for Innovation Research

Joerg Raab

Tilburg University, Organisation Studies

# 1999

WHEN THE HEARTBEAT QUICKENS THINGS ARE SET IN MOTION: EXPERIENTIAL LEARNING PROCESSES OF PORTFOLIO ENTREPRENEURS

Katharina Poetz

,

Marion Kristin Poetz

Copenhagen Business School, Department of Innovation and Organizational Economics

# 2000

Business model characteristics and evolution: A qualitative case study from biopharmaceuticals, 2002-2012, extending the Amit & Zott approach

Terje Grønning

University of Oslo, Department of education

# 2001

Social Influence and Competition among Critics

Daniel Olson

University of Maryland, College Park, Strategic Management

David Waguespack

University of Maryland, Management and Organization

# 2004

The Seven IP Commandments of a Crowdsourcing Community: How Norms-Based IP Systems Overcome Imitation Problems

Julia Bauer

,

Nikolaus Franke

,

Philipp Tuertscher

VU University Amsterdam, Information, Logistics and Innovation

# 2008

The Cultural Dimension of Openness: Insights from Star-Awarded Chefs across Europe

Andreas Braun

BSP Business School Berlin Potsdam, Business Administration

Anna Lejpras

BSP Business School Berlin Potsdam, Department of Businessand Economics

# 2009

Basic Science as a Prescription for Breakthrough Inventions in the Pharmaceutical Industry

Antonio Della Malva

KU Leuven, Managerial Economics Strategy and Innovation

Stijn Kelchtermans

KU Leuven, Department of Strategy, Innovation & Entrepreneurship

Bart Leten

Vlerick Business School, Technology and Operations Management

Reinhilde Veugelers

KU Leuven, Managerial Economics, Strategy and Innovation

# 2010

Determinants for the partners’ choice within the 7th EU Framework Programme

Mirko Titze

Halle Institute for Economic Research, Structural Economics

Matthias Brachert

Halle Institute for Economic Research, Structural Change and Productivity

# 2012

Agricultural business model innovation in Swedish food production

Per-Ola Ulvenblad

Halmstad University, School of Business and Engineering

Maya Hoveskog

Halmstad University, School of Business and Engineering

Joakim Tell

Halmstad University, School of Business and Engineering

Per-Ola Ulvenblad

Halmstad University, School of Business and Engineering

Jenny Ståhl

Halmstad University, School of Business and Engineering

# 2014

Modular Encapsulation and Japanese Dominance of the Professional Camera Sub-Market, 1955-1974.

Paul Windrum

University of Nottingham, Business School

Michelle Haynes

,

Peter Thompson

,

# 2015

Relatedness in eco-technological development in European regions

Martijn Van Den Berge

PBL, Spatial economic research

Anet Weterings

PBL Netherlands Environmental Assessment Agency, Spatial economic research

# 2016

AUTONOMY IN KONWLEDGE-INTENSIVE ACTIVITIES; EFFICIENCY OR INCENTIVES?

Alfonso Gambardella

Bocconi University, Department of Management & Technology

Pooyan Khashabi

Bocconi University, Department of Economics

Claudio Panico

Bocconi University, Department of Management & Technology

# 2018

What does (or does not) determine persistent corporate high-growth?

Stefano Bianchini

University of Strasbourg / Sant'Anna School of Advanced Studies (Pisa), BETA / LEM

Giulio Bottazzi

,

Federico Tamagni

Scuola Superiore Sant'Anna, Institute of Economics

# 2019

Impact of funding crunch on scientists' productivity: Evidence from the Bush stem cell policy experiment

Keyvan Vakili

London Business School, Strategy and Entrepreneurship

# 2020

Exploring the extent of private digital copying exception as a "friendlier" deterrent to illegal downloading: Evidence from four industries

Roberto Camerani

University of Sussex, SPRU

Nicola Grassano

,

Puay Tang

,

# 2022

OPTIMAL ABSORPTIVE CAPACITY IN TECHNOLOGY-BASED FIRM ACQUISITIONS: IMPACT OF RELATEDNESS AND STRUCTURE

Senem Aydin

Bocconi University, Department of Management and Technology

# 2023

Generalists, Specialists, and the Direction of Inventive Activity

Florenta Teodoridis

University of Toronto/Rotman School of Management, Strategic Management

# 2024

Patent value: exclusivity or signal of research productivity?

Juliana Pavan Dornelles

Universidad Carlos III de Madrid, Business Administration

Ayfer Ali

Universidad Carlos III de Madrid, Department of Business Administration

# 2025

Intellectual Property Rights and International Trade of Agricultural Products

Marco Duenas

,

Mercedes Campi

Sant'Anna School of Advanced Studies, LEM

# 2026

Why do category labels stick? Industry evolution and the battle for categorical dominance

Fernando F Suarez

Northeastern University, Entrepreneurship and Innovation

Stine Grodal

Boston University, Strategy and Innovation

Diego Zunino

Copenhagen Business School, INO

# 2027

Determinants of innovation and productivity in the services sector: manufacturing also matters

Claudia De Fuentes

St Mary University, Sobey School of Business

Gabriela Dutrénit

Universidad Autónoma Metropolitana, Economics of Innovation

Fernando Santiago

,

Natalia Gras

Universidad Autonoma Metropolitana, Economics

# 2028

Reaching for the stars: The Contingent Performance Effects of Basic Research Collaboration

Relinde Maria Colen

KU Leuven, MSI

Rene Belderbos

KU Leuven, Dep. of Managerial Economics, Strategy and Innovation (MSI)

Bart Leten

Vlerick Business School, Technology and Operations Management

Stijn Kelchtermans

KU Leuven, Department of Strategy, Innovation & Entrepreneurship

# 2029

Limits to increasing returns. Niche standards’ role in limiting power imbalances in standards markets

Kristina Birgitta Dahlin

King's College London, Management

Ranjita Singh

University of Amsterdam, School of Business

Annika Rickne

University of Goteborg, Business School

# 2030

Incremental by Design? On the Role of Incumbents in Technology Niches - An Evolutionary Network Analysis

Daniel S. Hain

University of Aalborg, Department of Business and Management

Roman Jurowetzki

Aalborg University, Department of Business and Management

# 2033

Why Stars Matter

Ajay Agrawal

University of Toronto, Rotman

John Mchale

,

Alexander Oettl

Georgia Institute of Technology, Scheller College of Business

# 2036

Innovation creation and commercialization beyond the firm: A multi-level framework

Marcel Bogers

University of Southern Denmark, Mads Clausen Institute

Joel West

Keck Graduate Institute, School of Applied Life Sciences

Joel West

Keck Graduate Institute, School of Applied Life Sciences

# 2037

Individual performance in an R&D alliance: a micro-level study

Xiao Wang

University of Groningen, Innovation Management & Strategy

Hans van der Bij

University of Gronignen, Innovation Management & Strategy

Wilfred Dolfsma

University of Groningen, School of Economics and Business

# 2045

Exploring the contingencies of private-collective innovation: An agent-based model

Michael A. Zaggl

Technische Universität München, TUM School of Management

Christina Raasch

,

# 2046

A SIGNALING THEORY OF ENTREPRENEURIAL VENTURE’S VALUATION: EVIDENCE FROM EARLY TERMINATION OF VENTURE CAPITAL INVESTMENT

Ali Mohammadi

Royal institute of technology (KTH), INDUSTRIAL ECONOMICS AND MANAGEMENT

Mohammadmehdi Shafizadeh

Politecnico di Milano, Management School

Sofia Johan

York University, Schulich school of Business

# 2048

Innovation and Creative Industries: An exploratory exercise

Aimilia Protogerou

National Technical University of Athens, Laboratory of Industrial and Energy Economics

Alexandra Kontolaimou

National Technical University of Athens, Laboratory of Industrial and Energy Economics

Yannis Caloghirou

National Technical University of Athens, Laboratory of Industrial and Energy Economics

# 2049

Strategies from the counterfeiting battlefield - Protecting firms’ identity

Karin Beukel

Copenhagen University, Department for Food and Resource Economics

Francesco Rullani

Luiss Guido Carli, Entrepreneurship and Management of Innovation

# 2050

The Relative Importance of Human Resource Management Practices for a Firm’s Innovation Performance

Florian Seliger

ETH Zurich, Management, Technology and Economics

Tobias Stucki

ETH Zurich, KOF Swiss Economic Institute

Spyros Arvanitis

ETH Zurich, KOF Swiss Economic Institute

# 2053

The Effect of Intellectual Property Standards on the Catch-Up Process Of Emerging Market Economies

Izzet Sidki Darendeli

Temple University, Strategic Management

Kristin Brandl

Copenhagen Business School, International Economics and Management

Ram Mudambi

Temple University, Strategic Management Department

Robert D. Hamilton Iii

Temple University, Strategic Management

# 2058

Incumbents’ Overlooked Role in Discontinuous Technological Change in the US newspaper industry

Bo Kyung Kim

Yonsei University, Management

# 2059

So Near And Yet So Far? Corporate Venture Capital, External Knowledge Search, and Knowledge Recombination Across Geographic And Technological Distance

Sheryl Winston Smith

Temple University, Fox School of Business, Strategic Management and Entrepreneurship

Ahreum Lee

Temple University, Strategic Management Department

# 2061

Leaving is Not Failing: Examining Entrepreneurs Decisions To Close Their Firms

Dara Szyliowicz

University of the Pacific, Eberhardt School of Business

Julio Decastro

,

# 2063

Spatial knowledge dynamics of innovation processes: local and non-local aspects of buzz and collective learning

Anne Nygaard Tanner

Lunds Universitet, CIRCLE

# 2065

Paving the way for a new composite indicator on business model innovations

Franz Barjak

University of Applied Sciences Northwestern Switzerland, School of Business

Marc Bill

,

Pieter Perrett

,

# 2067

Innovation in a bonding social capital context: The case of CDO Marche Sud

Federica Ceci

Università G.d'Annunzio, D.E.A.

Francesca Masciarelli

Università degli Studi "G. d'Annunzio", Dipartimento di Economia Aziendale

Simone Poledrini

University of Perugia , Department of Economics

# 2069

Choosing an acquisition target: The trade-off between firm quality and location

Orietta Marsili

University of Bath, School of Management

Anet Weterings

PBL Netherlands Environmental Assessment Agency, Spatial economic research

# 2070

Social capital and proximity in regional network dynamics: A mixed-method approach

Fausto Di Vincenzo

G. d'Annunzio University, Economic Studies

Valentina Evangelista

Università G. D'Annunzio, Dipartimento di Economia

Francesca Masciarelli

Università degli Studi "G. d'Annunzio", Dipartimento di Economia Aziendale

# 2071

The Dark Side of Public Money? The Dual Effect of Public Sponsorship on Firm Performance

Julien Jourdan

Bocconi University, Management and Technology

Ilze Kivleniece

Imperial College London, Innovation and Entrepreneurship Group

# 2072

Patent Citation Indicators: One Size Fits All?

Jurrien Bakker

KU LEUVEN, Department of Managerial Economics, Strategy and Innovation

Dennis Verhoeven

KU Leuven VAT: BE0419052173, Managerial Economics, Strategy and Innovation

Lin Zhang

KU Leuven, Department of Managerial Economics, Strategy and Innovation

Bart Van Looy

K.U. Leuven, Managerial Economics, Strategy and Innovation / INCENTIM-ECO

# 2078

The Limits of Planning for Open Innovation Success – Empirical Evidence from Life Science SMEs

Andreas Braun

BSP Business School Berlin Potsdam, Business Administration

Christoph Ihl

,

Katharina Hoelzle

,

# 2079

Conflict Resolution, Public Goods and Patent Thickets

Dietmar Harhoff

Max Planck Institute for Innovation and Competition, Innovation and Entrepreneurship Research

Georg Von Graevenitz

,

Stefan Wagner

ESMT, Strategy and Innovation

# 2082

Value capture in hierarchically organized industries

Joachim Henkel

Technische Universität München, TUM School of Management/Technology & Innovation Management

Alexander Hoffmann

Technische Universität München, TUM School of Management

# 2083

The role of market innovation in generating sales from product innovation: Empirical evidence from Norwegian firms

Tommy Hoyvarde Clausen

,

# 2084

Break on through (to the other side): market innovations by environmental innovative firms

Tommy Hoyvarde Clausen

,

Kari Djupdal

University of Nordland, Bodø Graduate School of Business

# 2085

UNDERSTANDING THE EVOLUTION OF ECO-INNOVATIVE ACTIVITY IN THE AUTOMOTIVE SECTOR: A PATENT BASED ANALYSIS

Lourenço Galvão Diniz Faria

Technical University of Denmark, Management Engineering/Technology and Innovation Management

Maj Munch Andersen

Technical University of Denmark, Management Engineering/Technology and Innovation Management

# 2087

Beyond Double Marginalization: Project Selection Advantages Arising From Vertical Integration

David C Croson

Southern Methodist University, Strategy, Entrepreneurship & Business Economics

Jacob B Hamlin

Southern Methodist University, Department of Economics

# 2088

Big Egos in Big Science: Unlocking Peer and Status Effects in the evolution of collaborative networks

Jacob Jeppesen

Copenhagen Business School, Department of Innovation and Organizational Economics

Kristina Vaarst Andersen

Copenhagen Business School, Innovation and Organizational Economics

Giancarlo Lauto

University of Udine, Economics & Statistics

Finn Valentin

Copenhagen Business School, Innovation and Organizational Economics

# 2089

Funding for some, spills for others: Explaining the emergence of nanotechnology in Chinese regions

Lili Wang

Maastricht University & United Nations University, UNU-MERIT

Jojo Jacob

Grenoble Ecole de Management, Management, Technology & Strategy

Zibiao Li

,

# 2090

EFFECTUAL AND CAUSAL ENTREPRENEURS ARE BIASED DIFFERENTLY

Stephen Xu Zhang

Pontificia Universidad Católica de Chile (Pontifical Catholic University of Chile), Department of industrial and systems engineering

Javier Cueto

Pontificia Universidad Católica de Chile (Catholic University of Chile), Department of industrial and systems engineering

# 2091

Agricultural policy and the role of intermediate institutions in production capabilities transformation: Fundación Chile and Embrapa in action

Antonio Andreoni

University of Cambridge, Centre for Science, Technology and Innovation Policy - IfM

Ha-Joon Chang

University of Cambridge, Faculty of Economics

# 2096

A Decentralized Learning Equilibrium

Andreas Blume

,

April Franco

University of Toronto Scarborough, Management

# 2097

MINING FOR NUGGETS: OPPORTUNITY EXPLORATION IN HIGH-TECHNOLOGY VENTURES

Jeff Savage

University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign, Business Administration

# 2098

The Rise and Fall of R&D Networks

Mario Vincenzo Tomasello

ETH Zürich, Chair of Systems Design

Mauro Napoletano

OFCE, SKEMA Business School

Antonios Garas

ETH Zurich, Chair of Systems Design

Frank Schweitzer

ETH Zurich, Chair of Systems Design

# 2101

Effects of Aging Resources on Firm and Industry Dynamics

Scott Rockart

University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill, Strategy and Entrepreneurship

Kevin Miceli

Kenan-Flagler PhD Program, Strategy and Entrepreneurship

# 2103

Access to finance for innovative SMEs since the financial crisis

Neil Lee

London School of Economics, Geography

Hiba Sameen

,

Marc Cowling

Brighton, Business School

# 2104

Innovative Enterprise and Shareholder Value

William Lazonick

,

# 2105

Nowcasting High Growth Entrepreneurship - A Methodology using Public Records

Jorge Guzman

MIT SLoan, -

Scott Stern

MIT Sloan, TIES

# 2112

Mirroring or misting: On the role of product architecture, product complexity, and the rate of product component change

Nicholas Burton

University, Faculty of Business and Law

# 2114

The 14 Faces of Commercialization

Stefan Kirkegaard Sloek-madsen

CBS, INO

Thomas Ritter

CBS, SMG

Henrik Sornn-friese

CBS, INO

# 2115

Pharmaceutical Mergers and Their Effect on Parallel R&D Paths

Ute Laermann-nguyen

Philipps-Universität Marburg, Department of Economic Policy

# 2116

Openness and innovation in new small and micro firms - Exploring the external search processes of entrepreneurial ventures

Ethan Andrew Gifford

University of Gothenburg, Institute for Innovation and Entrepreneurship

# 2118

Ambidexterity and the evolution of clusters

Lionel Sack

Lund University, Circle

# 2120

FOREIGN WORKERS ARE ASSOCIATED WITH INNOVATION, BUT WHY? INTERNATIONAL NETWORKS AS A MECHANISM

Marte Cecilie Wilhelmsen Solheim

University of Stavanger, Centre for innovation research, Business School

Rune Dahl Fitjar

University of Stavanger, Centre for Innovation Research, Business School

# 2122

Employment Polarization in Germany: Role of Technology, Trade and Human Capital

Ipsita Roy

Friedrich Schiller University Jena, Department of Economics

Davide Consoli

CSIC-Polytechnic University of Valencia, Valencia, INGENIO

# 2125

Variety, Economic Growth and Knowledge-Intensity of European Regions: A Spatial Panel Analysis

Nicola Cortinovis

Utrecht Universiteit, Urban and Regional research center Utrecht (URU)

Frank Van Oort

Utrecht Univeristy, URU

# 2127

An Economic Analysis of Optimal University Licensing Strategies

Sila Ozel

University of Strasbourg, BETA

Julien Pénin

University of Strasbourg, BETA

# 2129

Governance Models of R&D Offshoring: Innovation Performance and the moderating role of Absorptive Capacity

Philip J. Steinberg

University of Wuppertal, Jackstaedt Center of Entrepreneurship & Innovation Research

Vivien Procher

University of Wuppertal, Jackstaedt Center for Entrepreneurship & Innovation Research

Diemo Urbig

University of Wuppertal / Indiana University, Jackstaedt Center / Institute for Development Strategies

# 2130

Venture Capital Investment and Firm Performance: A Spatially-informed Social Network Approach

Katja Bringmann

University of Antwerp, Transport and Regional Economics

Ann Verhetsel

University of Antwerp, Transport and Regional Economics

# 2132

Rationales of public procurement of innovation: When demand-side instruments address supply-side gaps.

Julien Chicot

Univ. Grenoble Alpes, GAEL

Mireille Matt

INRA, GAEL

# 2135

How Regions and Network Dynamics affect Knowledge Intensive Entrepreneurship: The case of textile entrepreneurs in Borås, Sweden

Ida Anna Beata Hermanson

Gothenburg University, Department of Economy and Society/Institute for Innovation a

Olof Zaring

University of Gothenburg, Institute of Innovation and Entrepreneurship

Maureen Mckelvey

University of Gothenburg, School of Business, Economics and Law

# 2137

Industrial Leadership and Sectoral Catch-up: the Role of the Demand Side

Dario Diodato

Utrecht University, Economic Geography

Franco Malerba

Bocconi University, Department of Management and Technology

Andrea Morrison

Utrecht University, Economic Geography

# 2140

Who innovates longer? - Survival of innovators in the German photovoltaic industry.

Steffi Lorenz

Philipps University Marburg, Technology and Innovation Management

Ann-Kathrin Blankenberg

University of Göttingen, Institute of Economics

# 2141

Do Entrants Stimulate Environmentally Friendly Research in Incumbents? Testing Incumbents’ Path Dependency & Entrants’ Relevant Characteristics – An Empirical Analysis on the Automotive Industry –

Josefine Diekhof

Friedrich-Schiller University Jena, Max-Planck-Institute of Economics, Graduate College "The Economics of Innovative Change"

Uwe Cantner

Friedrich Schiller University Jena, Department of Economics and Business Administration

# 2142

A cognitive perspective on the antecedents of business model innovation: The case of the Port of Aalborg Authority

Louise Brøns Kringelum

Aalborg Univeristy, Business & Management

# 2143

Climbing the Ladder of Technological Development

Sergio Petralia

Universiteit Utrecht, Economic Geography

Pierre-Alexandre Balland

Utrecht University, Economic Geography

Andrea Morrison

Utrecht University, Economic Geography

# 2147

Transitions of creatives – empirical evidence on occupation and industry specific human capital

Cecilie Bryld Fjaellegaard

Copenhagen Business School, Department of Innovation and Organisational Economics

# 2153

Imitation vs Innovation - What Makes the Difference?

Florian Seliger

ETH Zurich, Management, Technology and Economics

Spyros Arvanitis

ETH Zurich, KOF Swiss Economic Institute

# 2154

The Impact of M&As on Drug Development

Hendrik Meder

KU Leuven, MSI (KU Leuven)

# 2155

Strategic information sharing in decision-making hierarchies

Helge Klapper

University of Vienna, Department of Business Administration

Boris Maciejovsky

University of California, Riverside, School of Business Administration

Phanish Puranam

INSEAD, Strategy

reitzig Markus

University of Vienna, Strategic Management Subject Area

# 2161

Behavioural Additionality: An Innovation Orientation Perspective

Gary Chapman

Queen's University Belfast, Queen's University Management School

Nola Margot Hewitt-dundas

Queen's University Belfast, Queen's University Management School

# 2162

Opening the Black Box of Intermediation: an example of Service intermediaries in the Maritime Industry

Agnieszka Nowinska

CBS, INO

# 2163

Combining the Global Value Chain and the Innovation System perspectives

Roman Jurowetzki

Aalborg University, Department of Business and Management

Bengt-Aake Lundvall

Aalborg University, Department of Business and Management

Rasmus Lema

Aalborg University, Department of Business and Management

# 2166

Heads or Tails? The Openness-Appropriability Duality and its Implications for Innovative Performance among U.K. Manufacturing and Services Firms

Ghassan Yacoub

Cass Business School (City University London), Department of Management

# 2167

Characterizing Award-Winning Inventors: The role of experience diversity and recombinant ability

Dennis Verhoeven

KU Leuven VAT: BE0419052173, Managerial Economics, Strategy and Innovation

# 2173

Does utility model protection substitute or complement patent protection?

Jussi Heikkilä

University of Jyväskylä, School of Business and Economics

# 2177

A Conceptual Framework for Exploring the Scalable Integration of Roadmapping and Innovation System Functions for Industrial Emergence

Yuta Hirose

University of Cambridge, Institute for Manufacturing, Department of Engineering

Robert Phaal

University of Cambridge, Institute for Manufacturing, Department of Engineering

David Probert

University of Cambridge, Institute for Manufacturing, Department of Engineering

# 2182

Evolving developmental state: unpacking policy capacity. The case of South Korea.

Olga Mikheeva

Tallinn University of Technology, Ragnar Nurkse School of Innovation and Governance

# 2183

A Closer Look at the Allocation of Entrepreneurial Activity: The Role of Employment Protection Legislation

Werner Liebregts

Utrecht University, Utrecht University School of Economics

# 2184

Do innovations change business? Exploration, exploitation, ambidexterity in the engineering-survice firm from oil and gas

Lesya Dymyd

Universite de Strasbourg, Bureau d'Economie Theorique et Appliquee (BETA)

# 2186

Spatial evolution of knowledge-intensive ICT services in Sweden: On the role of mobile entrepreneurs

Mikhail Martynovich

Lund University, Department of Human Geography

# 2187

The performance effects of basic research collaboration with star scientists: translation and exclusivity

Relinde Maria Colen

KU Leuven, MSI

Rene Belderbos

KU Leuven, Dep. of Managerial Economics, Strategy and Innovation (MSI)

Stijn Kelchtermans

KU Leuven, Department of Strategy, Innovation & Entrepreneurship

Bart Leten

KU Leuven / Vlerick Business School, Managerial Economics, Strategy and Innovation

# 2188

Are we equal? Characteristics and performance of entrepreneurial spinoffs resulting from M&A

Juan Martin Carriquiry

AAU, Business and Management

# 2197

The Spatiality of Standard Evolution – Standardization in the Wind Industry from a Spatial View

Markus Adrian

University of Hamburg, Institute of Geography

# 2199

Comparative analysis of regional strategies in five European best-practice regions

Ties Vanthillo

Universiteit Antwerpen, Transport and Regional Economics

# 2202

Organizational capabilities and new market entry processes: laying the grounds for empirical investigation

Leticia Antunes Nogueira

Aalborg University, Dept. of Business and Management

Poul Houman Andersen

Aalborg University, Business and Management

Ina Drejer

Aalborg University, Department of Business and Management

# 2203

Diversity, quality and originality in technology portfolios: The impact of corporate technological diversification on patent portfolio structures in German core industries

Thomas Schaper

Philipps-University Marburg, Department of Technology and Innovation Management

# 2204

Producing Quality Inventions: Evidence from Swiss Firms

Mark James Thompson

ETHZ + Swiss Federal Institute of Intellectual Property, KOF + Patent Department

# 2206

Patent attorneys and their influence on patent quality

Christina Koller

Management Center Innsbruck (external doctoral student: University of Hohenheim), Business & Management (Hohenheim: Economics of Innovation)

Bernd Ebersberger

Management Center Innsbruck, Research, Innovation & Entrepreneurship

# 2213

Beyond Conventional Perceptions: The Power of Rising SMEs in China's Innovative Transformation

Chao Li

University of Manchester, Manchester Institute of Innovation Research

# 2214

How does the level of experience with disruptive innovation affect firms adoption rates of disruptive technologies and change of quality of their products?

Oleksii Koval

the University of Groningen, Innovation management & Strategy

# 2215

Risk worth taking - Entrepreneurial behaviour when faced with risk and uncertainty: a lab experiment

Giulio Zichella

Copenhagen Business School, INO

# 2219

What are the antecedents of collaboration intensity between industry and universities in public subsidized projects?

Davide Andrea Cannito

Copenhagen Business School, INO

# 2221

The challenge of breaking the academia-business firewall in a post-communist country: the case of collaborative RDI projects in the Czech Republic

David Marek

Charles University in Prague, Faculty of Science, Department of Social Geography and Regional Development

Jiri Blazek

Charles University in Prague, Faculty of Science, Department of Social Geography and Regional Development

# 2222

Diffusion of ideas and complex propagations

Elena M. Tur

TU/e, Technology, Innovation & Society

Paolo Zeppini

Eindhoven University of Technology, School of Innovation Sciences

Koen Frenken

Utrecht University, Innovation Studies

# 2223

Linking research, finance and technological change. A conceptual framework

Daniel S. Hain

University of Aalborg, Department of Business and Management

# 2224

Technology, skills and job separation

Hugo Castro Silva

Instituto Superior Tecnico, Universidade de Lisboa, CEG-IST

Francisco Lima

Instituto Superior Técnico, Universidade de Lisboa, CEG-IST

# 2226

Generation and Diffusion of Technological Novelty in Biotechnology

Manuel Gigena

KU Leuven. VAT: BE 0419.052.173, Department of Managerial Economics, Strategy and Innovation

Ashish Arora

Duke University, The Fuqua School of Business

Dennis Verhoeven

KU Leuven VAT: BE0419052173, Managerial Economics, Strategy and Innovation

Reinhilde Veugelers

KU Leuven, Managerial Economics, Strategy and Innovation

# 2228

Selective reporting in industrial research: the effect of innovation, uncertainty of science and competition on firm motivation

Rossella Salandra

Imperial College Business School, Innovation and Entrepreneurship Group

# 2230

Does Commercial Success Diminish Creativity?

Prashant Shukla

University of Toronto, Rotman School of Management , Simon Fraser University, Beedie School of Business

# 2232

The internationalization of knowledge-transfer in regional China

Alexandra Vo

Rutgers Business School, Management

# 2234

We take the brains: effects of post-WW2 knowledge exploitation programs on German inventors' networks.

Rasmus Bode

University of Kassel, Economic Policy Research

Dominik Peter Heinisch

University of Kassel, Economic Policy Research

# 2235

Three triggers of search - Why young firms decrease selective revealing over time

Dominik Hepp

Technische Universitaet Muenchen, TUM School of Management

Joachim Henkel

Technische Universität München, TUM School of Management/Technology & Innovation Management

# 2238

Innovative Technological Capabilities Accumulation in the Mining Industry in the context of Emerging Economies: Substantive and Methodological Aspects of an on-going Firm Level Empirical Research in Brazil

Janaina Piana

Getulio Vargas Foundation, Brazilian School of Public and Business Administration

# 2247

Technology characteristics, firms’ diversification strategies, and new product introduction: a multilevel perspective

Lorenzo Ardito

Politecnico di Bari, Department of Mechanics, Mathematics and Management

Holger Ernst

WHU - Otto Beisheim School of Management, Chair of Technology and Innovation Management

Antonio Messeni Petruzzelli

Politecnico di Bari, Department of Mechanics, Mathematics and Management

# 2250

Born Entrepreneur, but where? A twin study on the moderating effect of the institutional environment on the predisposition to self-employment

Diego Zunino

Copenhagen Business School, INO

# 2251

Susceptibility and Influence in Social Media Word-of-Mouth

Jörg Claussen

University of Munich, Institute for Strategy, Technology, and Organization

Benjamin Engelstätter

Hochschule Darmstadt, Business Administration

Michael R. Ward

University of Texas at Arlington, College of Business

# 2253

SHIELDING INNOVATIVE PRODUCTS FROM IMITAITON: PATENT FENCING, DOMINANCE, AND FIRM PERFORMANCE IN PHARMACEUTICALS

Christian Sternitzke

CFH Beteiligungsgesellschaft, Early Stage Venture Team

# 2254

R&D Production Team Organization and Firm-Level Innovation

Vikas A. Aggarwal

INSEAD, Entrepreneurship and Family Enterprise

David H. Hsu

University of Pennsylvania, Wharton School, Management Department

Andy Wu

University of Pennsylvania, Wharton School

# 2255

How Much Does Corporate Effect matter? Definition and Estimation of Business-Variant Corporate Effect

Ghahhar Zavosh

SKEMA Business School, Knowledge, Technology, Organization (KTO) research center

Ludovic Dibiaggio

SKEMA Business School, KTO

# 2257

The continued search for the Solow Residual

zoltan j Acs

London School of Economics, Management

# 2258

The Spin-Along Strategy

Sebastian Fischer

TU Berlin/Telekom, Innovation Economics/Telekom Innovation Laboratories

# 2260

Dynamics of Technological Innovation and Employment: Panel Evidence from Luxembourg

Ni Zhen

University of Luxembourg, CREA

Wladimir Raymond

STATEC, EPR2

# 2262

Cost spreading in the photovoltaic industry- Testing the Cohen and Klepper model

Ann-Kathrin Blankenberg

University of Göttingen, Institute of Economics

# 2264

Do financial constraints make the environment worse off? Understanding the effects of financial barriers on environmental innovations

Claudia Ghisetti

University of Ferrara, Department of Economics and Management

Susanna Mancinelli

University of Ferrara, Department of Economics and Management

Massimiliano Mazzanti

University of Ferrara, Economics & Management

Mariangela Zoli

University of Roma Tor Vergata, Department of Economics and Finance

# 2265

Back to Basics: Heterogeneity in Scientific Disclosure and Firm Value in the Semiconductor Industry

Maikel Pellens

Centre for European Economic Research (ZEW), Industrial Economics and International Management

Antonio Della Malva

KU Leuven, Managerial Economics Strategy and Innovation

# 2266

How does external technology search become balanced? A three-dimensional approach

Jason Li-ying

Technical University of Denmark, Management Engineering

Yuandi Wang

Sichuan Univeristy, Business School of Sichuan University

# 2269

IPR Protection and Management Approaches. Insights from the MNCs' Practices in the Automotive Industry in China

Anna Potekhina

Technische Universität Berlin, Chair of Innovation Economics

# 2270

The Anatomy of Teams: Division of Labor in Collaborative Knowledge Production

Carolin Haeussler

University of Passau, Chair of Organization, Technology Management and Entreprene

Henry Sauermann

Georgia Institute of Technology, Scheller College of Business

# 2280

How far from the tree does the (good) apple fall? Spinout generation and the survival of high-tech firms

Roberto Fontana

University of Pavia & ICRIOS-Bocconi University, Economics and Management

Lorenzo Zirulia

Univerity of Bologna 6 CRIOS Bocconi University, Economics

# 2284

Do Entrepreneurship Incubators Lead to Entrepreneurship?

Elizabeth Lyons

University of California, San Diego, IR/PS

Laurina Zhang

Western University, Ivey Business School

# 2285

Bridging the Gap from Inventions to Innovations - Increasing Success Rates in Clinical Trials

Anne Assmus

University of Passau, Department of Economics and Business

Carolin Haeussler

University of Passau, Chair of Organization, Technology Management and Entreprene

# 2288

European SMEs and the choice among alternative green innovation strategies

Nicoletta Corrocher

Bocconi University, CRIOS - Department of Management & Technology

Ilaria Solito

Paris Sud University, RITM

# 2290

The Role of Founders in Young Firms’ Innovative Performance: Empirical Evidence from Europe

Aimilia Protogerou

National Technical University of Athens, Laboratory of Industrial and Energy Economics

Yannis Caloghirou

National Technical University of Athens, Laboratory of Industrial and Energy Economics

Nicholas Vonortas

The George Washington University, Center for International Science and Technology Policy

# 2296

Entrepreneur’s Social Skills: Experience, Hackers and Haikus

Maria Halbinger

Baruch College - Zicklin School of Business, Department of Management

Toke Reichstein

Copenhagen Business School, INO

# 2297

Fishing for Complementarities: Research Grants and Research Productivity

Hanna Hottenrott

Heinrich Heine University Duesseldorf, Duesseldorf Institute for Competition Economics (DICE)

Cornelia Lawson

The University of Cambridge, Centre for Business Research

# 2298

The footprint of evolutionary processes of learning and selection upon the statistical properties of industrial dynamics

Maria Enrica Virgillito

Scuola Superiore Sant'Anna, Institute of Economics

Giovanni Dosi

Scuola Superiore Sant'Anna, LEM

Marcelo Pereira

Unicamp, Economics

# 2301

Direct and Cross-Scheme Effects in a Research and Development Subsidy Program

Hanna Hottenrott

Heinrich Heine University Duesseldorf, Duesseldorf Institute for Competition Economics (DICE)

# 2307

Comobility

Matt Marx

MIT, Sloan School of Management

Bram Timmermans

Norwegian School of Economics/ Aalborg University, DRUID, Department of Strategy and Management

# 2308

The microfoundations of recurrent action: Habits, routines and collective performance

Peter Bryant

IE Business School, Entrepreneurship

# 2309

Collaborate on Route 128: A resource-based exploration of University-Start-up Interaction

Frank J Van Rijnsoever

Utrecht University, Innovation Studies

Niels Van Stijn

Utrecht University, Innovation Studies

Martine Van Veelen

Climate-KIC, Education Lead

# 2311

Connecting who? Balancing benefits and costs of sparse knowledge networks through gatekeepers

Pablo D'este

Polytechnic University of Valencia, INGENIO (CSIC-UPV)

Oscar Llopis

Universit. de Bordeaux, GREThA

# 2312

Novel but too complex? The importance of marketing innovation for new product performance

Christoph Grimpe

Copenhagen Business School, INO

Wolfgang Sofka

Copenhagen Business School, SMU

Mukesh Bhargava

Oakland University, Management and Marketing

Rabikar Chatterjee

University of Pittsburgh, Katz Graduate School of Business

# 2313

Spin-out activities in the wake of mergers and acquisitions: Are employees pushed or pulled into entrepreneurship?

Anders Brostrom

KTH Royal Institute of Technology, Department of industrial economics and management

Monia Lougui

KTH Royal Institute of Technology, Department of industrial economics and management

# 2315

Public research, innovation and R&D performance; Science funding restrictions and the corporate R&D landscape in the cell therapy field

Hsini Huang

National Taiwan University, Political Science

Simcha Jong

UCL, Management Science and Innovation

# 2318

Do Experts or Collective Intelligence Write with More Bias? Evidence from Encyclopædia Britannica and Wikipedia

Greenstein Shane

Northwestern University, Kellogg School of Management

Feng Zhu

Harvard University, Harvard Business School

# 2321

FORMATION AND OUTPUT OF GERMAN NANOTECHNOLOGY COLLABORATIONS: THE ROLE OF PROXIMITY

Claudia Werker

Delft University of Technology, Department Technology Policy and Management

Vladimir Korzinov

KIT, Chair of Economic Policy

Scott Cunningham

Delft University of Technology, Technology, Policy and Management

# 2322

Who’s In for Another Round? How Inventor Networks and Idea Success Shape Each Other Over Time

Dirk Deichmann

Rotterdam School of Management, Technology and Operations Management

Jan Van Den Ende

Rotterdam School of Management, Erasmus University, Department of Technology and Operations Management

Michael Jensen

Stephen M. Ross School of Business, University of Michigan, Strategy

# 2324

Research Orientation and Agglomeration: Can Every Region Become a Silicon Valley?

Ward Ooms

Open University in the Netherlands, Faculty of Management, Science, and Technology

Claudia Werker

Delft University of Technology, Department Technology Policy and Management

Marjolein Caniels

Open University The Netherlands, Faculty of Management, Science and Technology

Herman Van Den Bosch

Open University The Netherlands, Faculty of Management, Science and Technology

# 2325

The analytical firm: Estimating the effect of data and online analytics on firm performance

Juan Mateos-garcia

Nesta, Creative Industries

Albert Bravo Biosca

Nesta, Policy & Research

Hasan Bakhshi

Nesta, Policy & Research

# 2326

Knowledge Spillovers in the Supply Chain: Evidence from the High Tech Sectors

Olov H.D. Isaksson

Stockholm Business School, Department of Operations Management

Markus Simeth

KU Leuven, Faculty of Economics and Business

Ralf W Seifert

Ecole Polytechnique Fédérale de Lausanne, College of Management

# 2327

Entrepreneurial intention in the time of crisis: a field study

Fabio Landini

LUISS University, School of European Political Economy

Alessandro Arrighetti

University of Parma, Department of Economics

Luca Caricati

University of Parma, Department of Economics

Nadia Monacelli

University of Parma, Department of Economics

# 2328

The Impact of Headquarters-Subsidiary Relations on Alliance Formation Behavior of MNC Subsidiaries

Brenda Bos

University of Groningen, Innovation, Management and Strategy

Dries Faems

University of Groningen, Innovation, Management and Strategy

Florian Noseleit

University of Groningen, Innovation, Management and Strategt

# 2331

Clusters and the Great Recession

Mercedes Delgado

MIT Sloan, TIES

Michael E Porter

HBS, Strategy

Scott Stern

MIT Sloan, TIES

# 2332

Roads and Innovation

Ajay Agrawal

University of Toronto, Rotman

Alberto Galasso

University of Toronto, Rotman

Alexander Oettl

Georgia Institute of Technology, Scheller College of Business

# 2333

Ecosystem Dynamic Capabilities: Enabling Co-innovation & Growth

Tammy L Madsen

Santa Clara University, Management Dept., Leavey School of Business

David Cruickshank

SAP, Co-Innovation Lab Palo Alto

# 2334

Crowdsourcing or Expertsourcing: Building and Engaging Online Communities for Innovation?

Jennifer Woolley

Santa Clara University, Leavey School of Business

Tammy L Madsen

Santa Clara University, Management Dept., Leavey School of Business

Kumar Sarangee

Santa Clara University, Leavey School of Business

# 2335

Origins and outcomes: Success of technology spin-offs from universities, firms, and government research centers and laboratories

Jennifer Woolley

Santa Clara University, Leavey School of Business

# 2336

The Costs and Benefits of Collaborating across Geographic Distance and Organizational Boundaries

Louise Mors

CBS, SMG

David Waguespack

University of Maryland, Management and Organization

# 2337

University-Industry Collaboration: Drivers and Barriers for going Online

Helle Alsted Søndergaard

Aarhus University, Department of Management

Carsten Bergenholtz

Aarhus University, Department of Management

Hans Jørn Juhl

Aarhus University, Department of Economics and Business Economics

# 2344

How to become a solar tycoon? The effects of historical and social aspirations on strategic decisions: Evidence from a serious game

Annika Lorenz

Hasselt University, Innovation Management

Frank J Van Rijnsoever

Utrecht University, Innovation Studies

# 2345

Returns to international R&D activities in European firms

Jaana Rahko

University of Vaasa, Department of Economics

# 2346

Explaining the Trademark-Innovation Linkage: the Role of Patents and Trademark Filing Strategies.

Meindert Flikkema

VU University Amsterdam, Management and Organization

Carolina Castaldi

Eindhoven University of Technology, School of Innovation Sciences

Ard-Pieter De Man

VU University Amsterdam, Management and Organization

Marcel Seip

VU University, Department of Management and Organization

# 2347

Founding teams’ heterogeneity and new ventures' innovativeness

Nicoletta Corrocher

Bocconi University, CRIOS - Department of Management & Technology

Camilla Lenzi

Politecnico di Milano, Department of Architecture, Built Environment and Constructi

# 2348

Crowdsourcing Business Model Innovation

Florian Waldner

TU Berlin, School Economics and Management

Marion Kristin Poetz

Copenhagen Business School, Department of Innovation and Organizational Economics

# 2352

Project Selection in NIH: A Natural Experiment from ARRA

Hyunwoo Park

Georgia Institute of Technology, Tennenbaum Institute

Jay Lee

Drexel University, Management

Byung-Cheol Kim

Georgia Institute of Technology, School of Economics

# 2353

WHEN DOES REPUTATION FROM OTHERS REALLY HELP? ASSESSING CONTINGENCY OF REPUTATION ON VENTURE-SPECIFIC UNCERTAINTY AND AFFILIATES-SPECIFIC STRATEGIC INTENTS

Giovanni Liotta

EPFL, College du Management

# 2354

International Careers of Researchers in Biomedical Sciences: A Comparison of the US and the UK

Aldo Geuna

University of Torino, Department of Economics and Statistics Cognetti de Martiis

# 2355

Of Marshallian Scissors & Blades: Demand Shocks, Import Exposure, and Innovation in Indian Influenza-Vaccine Markets

Matej Drev

Georgia Institute of Technology, School of Public Policy

Chirantan Chatterjee

IIM Bangalore, Corporate Strategy and Policy

Arzi Adbi

Indian Institute of Management Bangalore, Alumnus

# 2357

Power to the People: The Success of Peer-to-Peer Service

Peter-J. Jost

WHU-Otto Beisheim School of Management, Organization Theory

Stefanie Schubert

WHU-Otto Beisheim School of Managment, Chair of Organization Theory

# 2360

Innovation Strategies and Firm Growth: New Longitudinal Evidence from Spanish Firms

Stefano Bianchini

University of Strasbourg, BETA

Gabriele Pellegrino

EPFL, College of Management of Technology

Federico Tamagni

Scuola Superiore Sant'Anna, Pisa, Institute of Economics

# 2361

Knowledge as Global Public Good

Archibugi Daniele

Birkbeck College, University of London, Department of Management, School of BEI

Andrea Filippetti

CNR, ISSIRFA

# 2362

On the Cyclicality of R&D Investments in the Presence of Financial Constraints and R&D Subsidies

Hanna Hottenrott

Heinrich Heine University Duesseldorf, Duesseldorf Institute for Competition Economics (DICE)

Tianyu Zhang

Heinrich-Heine-Universität Düsseldorf, DICE

# 2364

Governance of Regional Innovation Systems: An Evolutionary Conceptual Model of How Firms Engage

Maureen Mckelvey

University of Gothenburg, School of Business, Economics and Law

Olof Zaring

University of Gothenburg, Institute of Innovation and Entrepreneurship

Stefan Szucs

University of Gothenburg, Sociology and Social work

# 2365

Social innovation in the US high-tech industries: its core business and main drivers of innovation

Alessandro Marra

Università degli Studi "G. d'Annunzio" Chieti - Pescara, Economics

Riccardo Maiolini

LUISS Guido Carli, CeRIIS International Center for Social Innovation

Cristiano Baldassarri

LTKA, -

# 2367

Antecedents and consequences of business model innovation: The role of industry structure

Florian Waldner

TU Berlin, School Economics and Management

Marion Kristin Poetz

Copenhagen Business School, Department of Innovation and Organizational Economics

Christoph Grimpe

Copenhagen Business School, INO

Markus Eurich

ETH Zürich, Department of Management, Technology, and Economics

# 2369

Regional co-evolution of firm population, innovation and public research? Evidence from the West German laser industry

Ann-Kathrin Blankenberg

University of Göttingen, Institute of Economics

Guido Buenstorf

University of Kassel, Department of Economics and INCHER-Kassel

# 2371

A NEW FIRM’S HIDDEN VALUE: TAPPING INTO THE CROWD AND EXPLOITING COLLECTIVE INTELLIGENCE

Francesca - Di Pietro

LUISS Guido Carli University, Department of Business and Management

Andrea Prencipe

LUISS Guido Carli University, Business and Management

# 2374

Structural dynamics of innovation networks in German Leading-Edge Clusters

Uwe Cantner

Friedrich Schiller University Jena, Department of Economics and Business Administration

Holger Graf

Friedrich-Schiller University Jena, Economics and Business Administration

Stefan Toepfer

Friedrich Schiller University Jena, Department of Economics and Busniess Administration

# 2376

Intra-firm Diffusion of Green Energy Technologies and the Choice of Policy Instruments

Tobias Stucki

ETH Zurich, KOF Swiss Economic Institute

Martin Wörter

ETH Zurich, KOF Swiss Economic Institute

# 2377

Measuring Exaptation in the Pharmaceutical Industry

Pierpaolo Andriani

Kedge Business School, Department of Strategy

Ayfer Ali

Universidad Carlos III de Madrid, Department of Business Administration

Mariano Mastrogiorgio

Antwerp Centre of Evolutionary Demography (ACED), University of Antwerp

# 2379

Deviating from the benchmarks: Human capital inputs and the survival of new startups

Vera Rocha

Copenhagen Business School, Innovation and Organizational Economics

Mirjam Van Praag

Copenhagen Business School, Innovation and Organizational Economics

Anabela Carneiro

University of Porto, FEP

# 2380

The evolution of the Italian motorcycle industry (1874-1980): Klepper’s heritage theory revisited

Andrea Morrison

Utrecht University, Economic Geography

Ron Boschma

Utrecht University and Lund University, Circle

# 2381

Employment Effects of Innovation over the Business Cycle: Evidence from European Countries

Bernhard Dachs

AIT - Austrian Institute of Technology, Innovation Systems

Martin Hud

ZEW (Center for European Economic Research), Industrial Organization and International Management

Christian Koehler

ZEW (Center for European Economic Research), Industrial Organization and International Managament

Peters Bettina

ZEW, Industrial Economics and International Managment

# 2384

CO2-reducing innovations and outsourcing: evidence from two 'green industries' in North-East Italy

Riccardo Leoncini

University of Bologna, Department of Economics

Sandro Montresor

Kore University of Enna, Faculty of Economics and Law

Francesco Rentocchini

f.rentocchini@soton.ac.uk, University of Southampton, Southampton Business School

# 2386

Why do patents facilitate trade in technology? Testing the disclosure and appropriation effects

Gaétan De Rassenfosse

EPFL, CDM

# 2387

A Value Case Approach for Analysing Goal Alignment in Multi-Stakeholder Networks: The Case of Sustainable Product Manufacturing in the Electronics Industry

Koen Dittrich

Rotterdam School of Management, Erasmus University, Technology & Operations Management

Wietske Koers

TNO, Strategic Business Analysis

Frank Berkers

TNO, Strategic Business Analysis

Julianna Becker

MB Vermeer, Strategic Marketing Consultancy

Carlos Montalvo

TNO, Strategy & Policy

# 2391

Start-EU-up! International incubation practices to overcome the main challenges of the Western European entrepreneurial ecosystem

Marijn A Van Weele

Utrecht University, Innovation Studies

Frank J Van Rijnsoever

Utrecht University, Innovation Studies

Chris P Eveleens

Utrecht University, Innovation Studies

# 2392

Environmental certifications and innovation in European firms

Fabio Montobbio

University of Turin, Dept. of Economics and Statistics "Cognetti de Martiis"

Ilaria Solito

Telecom Ecole de Management, Institut Mines

# 2393

Buddies or foes: the importance of personal proximity and personal ‘(dis)clicks’ to cluster governance

Ward Ooms

Open University in the Netherlands, Faculty of Management, Science, and Technology

Miranda Ebbekink

Radboud University Nijmegen, Nijmegen School of Management

# 2395

Who innovates longer: Efficiency in R&D, Technological Exit and the Role of Technological Knowledge – Evidence from German Innovators

Steffi Lorenz

Philipps University Marburg, Technology and Innovation Management

Michael Stephan

Philipps University Marburg, Technology and Innovation Management

# 2396

RESEARCH INTENSITY AND FINANCIAL ANALYSTS EARNINGS FORECAST: SIGNALING EFFECTS OF PATENTS

Ali Mohammadi

Royal institute of technology (KTH), INDUSTRIAL ECONOMICS AND MANAGEMENT

Nada Basir

University of Ontario Institute of Technology, Faculty of Business and IT

Mehdi Beyhaghi

University of Texas at San Antonio, Deparment of Finance

# 2398

INNOVATION AND HUMAN CAPITAL: AGE, SKILLS AND ETHNICITY. A STUDY ON FRANCE, GERMANY AND UK

Fabio Montobbio

University of Turin, Dept. of Economics and Statistics "Cognetti de Martiis"

Claudio Fassio

Lund University, CIRCLE

Alessandra Venturini

Univesrity of Turin, Dept. of Economics and Statistics

# 2400

FROM SYMBOLIC VALUES TO SYMBOLIC INNOVATIONS EVIDENCE BASED ON INTERNET-MEMES

Mickael Benaim

University of Manchester/MBS, Manchester Institute of Innovation Research

# 2401

Impact of patent-paper pairs on the quality of biotechnology and nanotechnology patents in Quebec

Catherine Beaudry

Polytechnique Montreal, Mathematics and Industrial Engineering

Narjes Naserbakht

Polytechnique Montreal, Mathematics and industrial engineering

# 2403

WITH WHOM DO TECHNOLOGY SPONSORS PARTNER DURING TECHNOLOGY BATTLES? SOCIAL NETWORKING STRATEGIES FOR UNPROVEN (AND PROVED) TECHNOLOGIES

Susan Kaczka Cohen

University of Pittsburgh, Strategic Management

Sean Tsuhsiang Hsu

Niagara University, Management

Kristina Birgitta Dahlin

King's College London, Management

# 2404

Persistence and Change of Regional New Business Formation in the National League Table

Sandra Kublina

FSU Jena, School of Economics and Business Adminstration

Michael Fritsch

Friedrich Schiller University Jena, School of Economics and Business administration

Udo Brixy

Institute for Employment Research (IAB) and Research Institute of the Federal Employment Agency, Research Department of Regional Labour Markets

# 2408

Mobility of ideas for innovation: The role of inventor-specific knowledge flows

Heli Koski

ETLA, Competition, innovation and productivity

Mika Pajarinen

The Research Institute of the Finnish Economy, ETLA

# 2411

Star scientists versus interdisciplinary scientists: exploring the distinct patterns of engagement in university-industry interactions

Pablo D' Este

CSIC-UPV Polytechnic University of Valencia - Spanish Council for Scientific Research, INGENIO (CSIC-UPV)

Oscar Llopis

University of Bodeaux, GREThA

Francesco Rentocchini

f.rentocchini@soton.ac.uk, University of Southampton, Southampton Business School

Alfredo Yegros

Leiden University, Centre for Science and Technology Studies (CWTS)

# 2412

Input- or output-side changes? The impact of the financial crisis on the patenting activity of firms

Peter Neuhäusler

Fraunhofer Institute for Systems and Innovation Research ISI, Competence Center Policy – Industry – Innovation

Rainer Frietsch

Fraunhofer Institute for Systems and Innovation Research ISI, Competence Center Policy and Regions

# 2413

Are flexible labor markets innovation-enhancing? Evidence from OECD panel data

Cornelia Storz

Goethe University Frankfurt, Faculty of Economics and Business Administration

Na Zou

Goethe University Frankfurt am Main, Department of Microeconomics and Management

# 2414

Key Enabling Technologies and Smart Specialization Strategies. Regional evidence from European patent data

Francesco Quatraro

Université de Nice Sophia Antipolis, GREDEG

Sandro Montresor

Kore University of Enna, Faculty of Economics and Law

# 2416

Eco-innovation and firm growth: Do green gazelles run faster? Microeconometric evidence from a sample of European firms

Alessandra Colombelli

Polytechnic of Turin, DIGEP

Jackie Krafft

University of Nice Sophia Antipolis, GREDEG

Francesco Quatraro

Université de Nice Sophia Antipolis, GREDEG

# 2417

The Impact of Self-Employment Experience on the Attitude towards Risk

Matthias Brachert

Halle Institute for Economic Research, Structural Change and Productivity

Walter Hyll

Halle Institute for Economic Research, Structural Change and Productivity

Abdolkarim Sadrieh

University of Magdeburg, Faculty of Economics and Management

# 2418

Trading similarity for proximity: trade-offs in advice seeking in a professional services firm.

Paola Criscuolo

Imperial College Business School, Department of Innovation and Entrepreneurship

Ammon Salter

School of Management University of Bath, School of Management

Anne L.J. Ter Wal

Imperial College Business School, Department of Innovation & Entrepreneurship

# 2420

R&D networks and regional knowledge production in Europe. Evidence from a space-time model

Iris Wanzenboeck

AIT Austrian Institute of Technology, Innovation Systems Departement

Philipp Piribauer

Vienna University of Economics and Business (WU), Institute for Economic Geography and GIScience

# 2421

The Hidden Power - Definition, Characteristics and Influences of the Informal Organization on Firm Innovativeness

Prisca Friedrichs

Ludwig-Maximilians-University Munich, Institute for Human Capital Management

# 2422

The skill-content of green jobs

Davide Consoli

CSIC-Polytechnic University of Valencia, Valencia, INGENIO

Giovanni Marin

National Research Council of Italy, Research Institute on Sustainable Economic Growth (IRCRES),

Alberto Marzucchi

Catholic University of Milan, Dept. of International Economics, Institutions and Developme

Francesco Vona

OFCE-SciencesPo & SKEMA Business School, Nice

# 2423

The sensing paradox in service innovation: Too much user-producer interaction?

Matthijs Janssen

Harvard Kennedy School, Center for International Development

Elena M. Tur

TU/e, Technology, Innovation & Society

Koen Frenken

Utrecht University, Innovation Studies

# 2424

Used, blocking and sleeping patents: Empirical evidence from a large-scale inventor survey

Prof. Salvatore Torrisi

Univeristy of Bologna, Management

Alfonso Gambardella

Bocconi University, Department of Management & Technology

Paola Giuri

University of Bologna, Department of Management

Dietmar Harhoff

Max Planck Institute for Innovation and Competition, Innovation and Entrepreneurship Research

Karin Hoisl

University of Mannheim, Mannheim School of Management

# 2425

Systemic instruments for regional intervention in pratice

Siw Fosstenløkken

Norwegian University of Life Sciences NMBU, School of Economics and Business

# 2430

Who do you care about? Scientists' personality traits and perceived beneficiary impact

Oscar Llopis

Universit. de Bordeaux, GREThA

Joaquín M. Azagra-caro

INGENIO (CSIC-UPV), INGENIO (CSIC-UPV)

# 2432

Whom should a leader imitate in multiple competitor settings? A contingency perspective

Dmitry Sharapov

Imperial College Business School, Department of Innovation and Entrepreneurship

Jan-Michael Ross

Imperial College Business School, Department of Management

# 2434

Not too close, not too far. Towards an Empirical Test of the Goldilocks Principle of Non-Geographical Distance in Collaboration Networks for Innovation

Rune Dahl Fitjar

University of Stavanger, Centre for Innovation Research, Business School

Franz Huber

University Seeburg Castle, Business Administration

Andrés Rodríguez-pose

London School of Economics and Political Science, Department of Geography and Environment

# 2435

Institutional entrepreneurship in the emerging renewable energy field: incumbents versus new entrants

Magda Smink

Utrecht University, Innovation Studies

Joost Koch

Netherlands Enterprise Agency, Policy

Eva Niesten

Utrecht University, Innovation Studies

Simona Negro

Utrecht University, Innovation Studies

Marko Peter Hekkert

Utrecht University, Innovation Studies

# 2438

Where to set up adaptive and innovative R&D laboratories abroad? Accounting for positive outcomes and direction of cross-national distance

Lorena M. D'agostino

University of Barcelona, FBG BBVA

Grazia Santangelo

University of Catania, Department of Political and Social Science

# 2440

Dishonest Conformity in Scientific Peer Review

Sotaro Shibayama

University of Tokyo, Department of Technology Management for Innovation

Yasunori Baba

University of Tokyo, Research Center for Advanced Science and Technology

# 2441

Small, young, and early exporters: New evidence on the determinants of firm growth

Marco Grazzi

University of Bologna, Department of Economics

Daniele Moschella

Scuola Superiore Sant' Anna, Institute of Economics

# 2442

Modeling Acquired Purposes

Simone Vannuccini

Friedrich Schiller University Jena, Faculty of Economics and Business Administration

Uwe Cantner

Friedrich Schiller University Jena, Department of Economics and Business Administration

# 2443

Exploitative Learning by Exporting

Elena Golovko

Tilburg University, Management

Cindy Lopes Bento

KU Leuven, MSI

Wolfgang Sofka

Copenhagen Business School, SMU

# 2444

Segmented receivers’ preferences and the response to signals. An empirical test in film-crowdfunding

Vincenzo Buttice

POLITECNICO DI MILANO, Management, Economics and Industrial Engineering

Massimo Gaetano Colombo

Politecnico di Milano, Department of Management, Economics and Industrial Engineeri

Chiara Franzoni

POLITECNICO DI MILANO, Management, Economics and Industrial Engineering

Cristina Rossi-lamastra

Politecnico di Milano, Department of Management, Economics and Industrial Engineeri

# 2445

Going off-piste: The role of status in launching unsponsored R&D projects

Oliver Alexy

Technische Universität München, TUM School of Management

Ammon Salter

School of Management University of Bath, School of Management

Dmitry Sharapov

Imperial College Business School, Department of Innovation and Entrepreneurship

Paola Criscuolo

Imperial College Business School, Department of Innovation and Entrepreneurship

# 2448

Are Entrepreneurs More Optimistic Than Managers? Evidence From a Lab-in-the-Field Experiment

MARTIN Koudstaal

UNIVERSITY OF AMSTERDAM, MARKETS & ORGANIZATIONS

Mirjam Van Praag

Copenhagen Business School, Innovation and Organizational Economics

Randolph Sloof

University of Amsterdam, Markets & Organizations

# 2449

How Do Information and Communication Technology Affect Delegation?

Magda Dobrajska

,

# 2450

Beyond proximities: The socio-spatial dynamics of knowledge creation

Roel Rutten

Tilburg University, School of Social and Behavioural Sciences

# 2451

Patent disclosure and the diffusion of knowledge

Stefano H Baruffaldi

EPFL, College of Management

Markus Simeth

KU Leuven, Faculty of Economics and Business

# 2453

Diffusion of student business incubators: An institutional theory perspective on the emergence of a hybrid organizational form

Carsten Nico Hjortsø

University of Copenhagen, Dept. of Food and Resouce Economics

Benson Honig

McMaster University, Degroote School of Business

Nina Riis

University of Copenhagen, Dept. of Food and Resource Economics

# 2454

Organizational Creativity in Multinational Companies: Knowledge Collecting, ICT Use and Top Management Support

Sara Lombardi

LUISS Guido Carli, Business and Management

Luca Giustiniano

Luiss Guido Carli, Department Business and Management

Vincenzo Cavaliere

University of Florence, Department of Economics and Management

# 2455

Deferred Patent Examination

Dietmar Harhoff

Max Planck Institute for Innovation and Competition, Innovation and Entrepreneurship Research

Ilja Rudyk

European Patent Office, Chief Economist Unit

Sebastian Stoll

Max Planck Institute for Innovation and Competition, Innovation and Entrepreneurship Research

# 2456

University-industry collaboration on innovation: does geographical distance matter?

Ina Drejer

Aalborg University, Department of Business and Management

Christian Richter Oestergaard

Aalborg University, Department of Business and Management

# 2457

The patent productivity effects of mobility for a panel of Swedish inventors

Lina Ahlin

Lund University, CIRCLE and Dept. of Economics

Olof Ejermo

Lund University, CIRCLE

# 2458

Catch-up and connectivity to global innovation systems: A limited flying geese model?

Ahreum Lee

Temple University, Strategic Management Department

Eunkyung Park

Aalborg University, Department of Business and Management

Ram Mudambi

Temple University, Fox School of Business

# 2459

The impact of obfuscation on strategic alliance formation: If you can’t convince them, confuse them?

Wolfgang Sofka

Copenhagen Business School, SMU

Pedro De Faria

University of Groningen, Faculty of Economics and Business

Daniela Blettner

Simon Fraser University - Beedie School of Business, Strategy / Technology and Operations Management

Florian Noseleit

University of Groningen, Innovation, Management and Strategt

# 2460

Energy consumption and exports: An analysis of high-tech exporters in China

Isabel M. Bodas-freitas

Grenoble Ecole de Management, Technology Management

Jojo Jacob

Grenoble Ecole de Management, Management, Technology & Strategy

Lili Wang

Maastricht University & United Nations University, UNU-MERIT

Zibiao Li

Hebei University of Technology, Hebei University of Technology

# 2461

Formalized problem-solving practices and the effects of collaboration with suppliers on a firm’s innovative performance

Isabel M. Bodas-freitas

Grenoble Ecole de Management, Technology Management

Roberto Fontana

University of Pavia & ICRIOS-Bocconi University, Economics and Management

# 2462

Forsaking Innovation: the Effect of Failure on Exploratory and Exploitative Strategies

Chiara Marzocchi

University of Manchester, Manchester Business School

Ronnie Ramlogan

Manchester Business School, Manchester Institutue of Innovation Research

# 2463

Evolution of Vertically Related Industry Populations: The Case of the German Piano Industry

Roland Stuerz

Max Planck Institute for Innovation and Competition, Munich Center for Innovation and Entrepreneurship Research

# 2464

Combining appropriability mechanisms for innovation collaboration by knowledge-intensive services firms

Marcela Miozzo

University of Manchester, Manchester Business School

Panos Desyllas

University of Bath, School of Management

Hsing-fen Lee

Middlesex University London, Business School

Ian Miles

University of Manchester, Manchester Business School

# 2465

Innovation, quality management and learning: a dynamic analysis

Jane Bourke

UCC, Economics

Stephen Roper

Enterprise Research Centre & Warwick Business School, University of Warwick

# 2466

To what extent do external sources of knowledge affect the innovative performance of knowledge intensive entrepreneurial firms? The effects of depth and breadth of openness on manufacturing and service innovations

Ethan Andrew Gifford

University of Gothenburg, Institute for Innovation and Entrepreneurship

Daniel Ljungberg

University of Gothenburg, Economy and society/ Innovation and Entrepreneurship

Maureen Mckelvey

University of Gothenburg, School of Business, Economics and Law

# 2471

Between a Soft Landing and a Hard Place: How Silicon Valley Software and Life Sciences Incubators Facilitate Lower and Higher Order Learning

Marijn A Van Weele

Utrecht University, Innovation Studies

Frank J Van Rijnsoever

Utrecht University, Innovation Studies

# 2472

Different Rules, Different Behaviors, Same Performance: The Use of Intellectual Property Rights by German and UK Firms

Rainer Filitz

TU Munich, TUM School of Management

Bruce S. Tether

University of Manchester, Manchester Business School

# 2474

The Impact of Clusters on Firm Performance in the Growth and Sustainment Stages of the Cluster Lifecycle

Carla Costa

Utrecht University, USE - Utrecht School of Economics

Rui Baptista

Universidade de Lisboa, Instituto Superior Técnico

# 2475

The effects of exploiting and exploring user knowledge during innovation: evidence from longitudinal analysis

Wenjing Wang

Aarhus University, Department of Economics and Business

# 2476

Skilled Unemployment and Creation of Academic Spin-Offs: A Recession-push Hypothesis

Hugo Horta

University of Hong Kong, Faculty of Education

Michele Meoli

University of Bergamo, Department of Management, Information and Production Enginee

Silvio Vismara

University of Bergamo, Economice and technology management

# 2478

The Consequences of the Smart Grid for the Business Model of Electricity Firms

Azadeh Shomali

Grenoble ecole de management, Strategic and innovation management

Jonatan Pinkse

University of Manchester, Innovation Management and Policy

# 2479

A Sectoral Perspective on Technological Innovation Systems – Patterns of Knowledge Development and Diffusion in the Lithium-ion Battery Technology

Annegret Stephan

ETH Zurich, Department of Management, Technology and Economics

Catharina Bening

ETH Zurich, Department of Management, Technology and Economics

Tobias Sebastian Schmidt

ETH Zurich, Department of Humanities, Social and Political Sciences

Volker Hoffmann

ETH Zurich, Department of Management, Technology and Economics

# 2480

The Impact of Grant Funding and Research Group Structure on Scientific Productivity

Paul-Emmanuel Anckaert

KU Leuven, Department of Managerial Economics, Strategy and Innovation

David Cassiman

KU Leuven, Department of Hepatology and Metabolic Center

Bruno Cassiman

KU Leuven & IESE Business School, Department of Managerial Economics, Strategy and Innovation

# 2485

Business Models from the Business End

Jonathan Sapsed

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Roberto Camerani

University of Sussex, SPRU

Juan Mateos-garcia

Nesta, Creative Industries

# 2486

Measuring Spillovers of Venture Capital

Monika Schnitzer

University of Munich, Economics

Martin Watzinger

University of Munich, Economics

# 2487

The Dynamics of Market-Targeted Drug Development in Post-M&A Environments

Hendrik Meder

KU Leuven, MSI (KU Leuven)

# 2488

Combining Information Technology and Decentralized Work Organization: SMEs versus Larger Firms

Fabienne Rasel - -

Centre for European Economic Research (ZEW), Information and Communication Technologies

# 2492

THE PECKING ORDER OF INNOVATION FINANCE

Andrea Mina

Univeristy of Cambridge, Judge Business School and Centre for Business Research

Henry Lahr

Cambridge Judge Business School/University of Cambridge, Dept of Accounting and Finance/Open University Business Scho

# 2496

Relational Discontinuities in the Global Wind Turbine Production

Markus Adrian

University of Hamburg, Institute of Geography

Max-Peter Menzel

Universität Hamburg, Geography

# 2497

Why diverse top management teams break up in post-acquisition periods

Keivan Aghasi

Politecnio di Milano, Department of Management, Economics and Industrial Engineeri

Monia Lougui

KTH Royal Institute of Technology, Department of industrial economics and management

Anders Brostrom

KTH Royal Institute of Technology, Department of industrial economics and management

Massimo Gaetano Colombo

Politecnico di Milano, Department of Management, Economics and Industrial Engineeri

# 2498

Designers as Determinant for Aesthetic Innovations

Cecilie Bryld Fjaellegaard

Copenhagen Business School, Department of Innovation and Organisational Economics

Karin Beukel

Copenhagen University, Department for Food and Resource Economics

Lars Alkaersig

Technical University of Denmark, Management Engineering

# 2500

The Effect of Chain Size and Customer Type on Company Survival: Evidence from Multi-Unit Restaurants

Nydia Macgregor

Santa Clara University, Management

Desmond (Ho-Fu) Lo

Santa Clara University, Marketing

# 2501

Space, Interaction, and Innovation: Does proximity really matter for high tech firms?

Duygu Aslan

Middle East Technical University, Science and Technology Policy Studies

S. Nazli Wasti

Middle East Technical University, Department of Business Administration

# 2502

Pre-entry Career Experience and Start-up Survival

Virgilio Failla

LMU Munich, ISTO

# 2503

How can MNEs Profit from trade in Pharmaceuticals through “Open Innovation” and Market Co-creation: can TRIPs (and ACTA) help foster trade?

Christos N. Pitelis

University of Bath, School of Management

Panagopoulos Andreas

University of Crete, Department of Economics

# 2506

A methology to assess the unlinear medical innovation process. The example of Liposomes

Florence Blandinieres

F.Schiller University, Economics

François Perruchas

CSIC-Polytechnic University of Valencia, Valencia, INGENIO

Davide Consoli

CSIC-Polytechnic University of Valencia, Valencia, INGENIO

# 2507

THE SOFT COMPANY BUSINESS MODEL OF HIGH-TECH GROWTH

David Connell

University of Cambridge, Centre for Business Research

Andrea Mina

Univeristy of Cambridge, Judge Business School and Centre for Business Research

Jocelyn Probert

University of Cambridge, Centre for Business Research

# 2508

Characterizing Award-winning Inventors: The role of Experience Diversity and Recombinant Ability

Dennis Verhoeven

KU Leuven VAT: BE0419052173, Managerial Economics, Strategy and Innovation

# 2512

Greater Innovation by the Crowd in Crowdsourcing: The Sequencing of Knowledge Types That Balance Divergence and Convergence

Ann Majchrzak

University of Southern California, Data Sciences and Operations

Arvind Malhotra

University of North Carolina, Kenan-Flagler Business School

Andrew Mertens

University of California at Berkeley, University of California at Berkeley

# 2514

Gaining Legitimacy for Inclusive Innovations: The Case of Mobile Payment Systems

Elsie Khakasa Onsongo

Friedrich Schiller University Jena, DFG Doctoral Programme: The Economics of Innovative Change

Peter Walgenbach

Friedrich Schiller University Jena, School of Economics and Business Administration

# 2516

Core and Periphery in Scientific Networks: Evidence from European Inter-Regional Collaborations, 2000-2011

Lorenzo Cassi

University of Paris 1, Centre Economie de la Sorbonne

Emilie-Pauline Gallié

HCERES, Observatoire des sciences et techniques

agenor Lahatte

HCERES, OST

Valérie Merindol

ESG Management School, Strategy Management

# 2522

What is the Right Stuff? The Effect of Preentry Knowledge on the Relationship Between Innovation & the Survival of High Technology Startups

Sonali K. Shah

University of Illinois, Strategic Management

Sheryl Winston Smith

Temple University, Fox School of Business, Dept. of Strategic Management

# 2534

Innovating through collaborative business models

Allan Næs Gjerding

Aalborg University, Business & Management

# 2535

Online Copyright Enforcement, Consumer Behavior, and Market Structure

Luis Aguiar

European Commission, IPTS

Jörg Claussen

University of Munich, Institute for Strategy, Technology, and Organization

Christian Peukert

University of Zurich, Business Administration

# 2536

Assessing technology transfer by local public technology centers in regional and sectoral innovation systems: Insights from patent data

Nobuya Fukugawa

Tohoku University, Graduate School of Engineering

# 2537

MNC strategies to limit knowledge spillovers: How subsidiaries manage their knowledge source breadth to decrease spillovers

Alessandra Perri

Ca' Foscari University Venice, Management

raffaele Oriani

luiss guido carli, department of business and management

Francesco Rullani

Luiss Guido Carli, Entrepreneurship and Management of Innovation

# 2539

FACTORS INFLUENCING THE DYNAMICS OF BROKERAGE POSITIONS IN CLUSTERS. EVIDENCE FROM THE SPANISH FOODSTUFF INDUSTRY

José Antonio Belso-martinez

Assistant Professor, Estudios Economicos y FInancieros

Manuel Expósito-langa

Universitat Politècnica de Valencia, Department of Business Administration

Francesc Xavier Molina-morales

Universitat Jaume I de Castellò, Administración de Empresas y Marketing

# 2540

THE EFFECT OF UNIVERSITY-LEVEL SUPPORT POLICIES ON FEMALE PARTICIPATION IN ACADEMIC PATENTING

Anna Kochenkova

University of Bologna, Department of Management

Paola Giuri

University of Bologna, Department of Management

Rosa Grimaldi

University of Bologna, Dept. Management

Federico Munari

University of Bologna, Department of Management

# 2541

Compensating Conformity: resolving the tension between economic incentives and organizational legitimacy in entreprneurship

Robert Neal Eberhart

Santa Clara University, Management

Charles Eesley

Stanford University, Management Science and Engineering

Kathleen Eisenhardt

Stanford University, Management Science & Engineering

# 2542

Distinguishing between breadth and depth of Knowledge Transfer Activities: the predominance of Third mission motives for Italian scientists

Sandrine Labory

University of Ferrara, Department of Economics, Institutions, Territory

Roberto Iorio

Univeristy of Salerno, Department of Economics

Francesco Rentocchini

University of Southampton, Southampton Business School

# 2546

Determinants of Academic Startup’s Orientation toward International Business Expansion

Shinya Suzuki

National Institute of Science and Technology Policy, Research Group

HIROYUKI Okamuro

Hitotsubashi University, Graduate School of Economics

# 2547

Utilizing the Knowledge of New Technological Talent: How Prior Ties Between New Talent and Current Employees Help

Gokhan Ertug

Singapore Management University, Strategy and Organisation

Vivek Tandon

National University of Singapore, Strategy and Policy

# 2548

How incentive payments encourage innovation? A meta-analysis study

Zahra Lotfi

Friedrich Schiller University, The Economics of Innovative Change

# 2551

How consumption, communication and network position propel the transition from product user to entrepreneur: An empirical analysis of a technology platform for music apps

MortenM H.J. Fenger

Aarhus University/BSS, Business Administration

Lars Frederiksen

Aarhus University, School of Business and Social Sciences, Department of managment

Hans Jørn Juhl

Aarhus University/BSS, Economics and Business Economics

Joachim Scholderer

Aarhus University/BSS, Business Administration

# 2552

Export-led innovation: the role of exports destinations.

Claudio Fassio

Lund University, CIRCLE

# 2553

Stakeholder Engagement and Organizational Experiential Learning: Evidence from M&A Activities

Emanuele Luca Maria Bettinazzi

Bocconi University, Management and Technology Department

Maurizio Zollo

Bocconi University, Dept of Management and CRIOS

# 2555

We take the brains: effects of post-WW2 knowledge exploitation programs on German inventors' networks

Rasmus Bode

University of Kassel, Economic Policy Research

Dominik Peter Heinisch

University of Kassel, Economic Policy Research

# 2557

Brand Adaptation as a Dynamic Capability in Entry Mode: The case of Spanish Automobile Market

Alicia Barroso

Universidad Carlos III, Business Administration

Marco Giarratana

Università Luigi Bocconi, Department of Management and Technology

Martina Pasquini

IE Business School / IE University, Strategy & Entrepreneurship

# 2565

Transitions, percolation and critical fragmentation.

Elena M. Tur

TU/e, Technology, Innovation & Society

Paolo Zeppini

University of Bath, Department of Economics

Koen Frenken

Utrecht University, Innovation Studies

# 2566

Market Creation as Social Movement: The Rise of Chinese Mobile Phones

Chuan-Kai Lee

National Tsing Hua University, Institute of Technology Management

Shih-Chang Hung

National Tsing Hua University, Institute of Technology Management

# 2569

How proximity matters in innovation networks dynamics. Evidence from the High Technology applied to Cultural Goods in Tuscany

Francesco Capone

University of Florence, Department of Economics and Management

Luciana Lazzeretti

University of Florence - IFAC-CNR, Department of Economics and Management

# 2570

Start-Ups and Licensing Agreements: An Exploratory Case Study

Paola Belingheri

LUISS Guido Carli, Management

Maria Isabella Leone

LUISS Guido Carli, Management

# 2575

Competition and Cooperation in Ecosystems: How Industry Evolution and Governance Inseparability Shape Value Capture over Time

Bilgehan Uzunca

Utrecht University, School of Economics

Dmitry Sharapov

Imperial College Business School, Department of Innovation and Entrepreneurship

Richard Tee

LUISS, Department of Management

# 2578

Looking Backward and Forward? Understanding the Role of Temporal Focus on Startup Performance

Amulya Tata

ETH Zurich, MTEC

Daniella Laureiro Martinez

ETH Zurich, MTEC

Stefano Brusoni

ETH Zurich, D-MTEC/Chair of Technology and Innovation Management

# 2579

The effect of interorganizational network change on network outcomes: Empirical evidence from 7 science-industry field-networks in the Netherlands

Alexander Christiaan Smit

Tilburg University, Organisation Studies / Center for Innovation Research

Marius T.H. Meeus

Tilburg University, Organization Studies and Center for Innovation Research

Joerg Raab

Tilburg University, Organisation Studies

# 2580

Heterogeneity in learning processes and the evolution of dynamic capabilities: Evidence from the Indian pharmaceutical industry

Dinar Kale

The Open University, Department of Engineering and Innovation

Farah Huzair

Edinburgh University, STIS

# 2583

Does Firm-Originated Knowledge Matter? Diversity and Breakthrough Innovations

Hyun Ju Jung

UNIST (Ulsan National Institute of Science and Technology), School of Business Administration

# 2586

Using websites to reveal knowledge types: An innovaton in research methods

Katia Pina

University of Southampton - Southampton Business School, Centre of Excellence for Innovation & Enterprise (CIE)

Bruce S. Tether

University of Manchester, Manchester Business School

# 2588

An overall evaluation of public R&D subsidy on private R&D expenditure in absence or in combination with R&D tax credit incentives

Marianna Marino

ICN Business School and Bureau d’Économie Théorique et Appliquée (BETA), Université de Lorraine., Department of Strategy and Innovation

Pierpaolo Parrotta

Maastricht University, Department of Economics / Microeconomics

Stephane Lhuillery

ICN Business School and BETA, Department of Strategy and Innovation

# 2592

Trade Secret Protection and the Geography of Venture Capital Investments: Evidence from the Inevitable Disclosure Doctrine

Francesco Castellaneta

Catolica Lisbon School of Business and Economics, Management

Raffaele Conti

Catolica Lisbon School of Business and Economics, Management

Carlos Kemeny

Carnegie Mellon University, Management

Francisco Veloso

Catolica Lisbon School of Business and Economics, Management

# 2598

Multinationality, R&D and Productivity. Evidence from the top R&D investors worldwide

Davide Castellani

University of Perugia, Department of Economics

Sandro Montresor

Kore University of Enna, Faculty of Economics and Law

Torben Schubert

Lund University, CIRCLE

Antonio Vezzani

European Commission, Joint Research Centre - IPTS

# 2601

The Effect of Subsidies on New Ventures’ Access to Bank Loans

Hanna Hottenrott

Heinrich Heine University Duesseldorf, Duesseldorf Institute for Competition Economics (DICE)

Elmar Lins

Heinrich Heine University Düsseldorf, Riesner Endowed Professorship in Entrepreneurship

Eva Lutz

Heinrich Heine University Düsseldorf, Riesner Endowed Professorship in Entrepreneurship

# 2608

An analysis of the co-inventor networks associated with the Chinese pharmaceutical industry

Alessandra Perri

Ca' Foscari University Venice, Management

Vittoria Giada Scalera

Politecnico di Milano, DIG

Ram Mudambi

Temple University, Strategic Management Department

# 2609

Understanding Licensing Behavior: A Rent Dissipation Lens on NIH, Product Market Competition and Sunk Costs

Goretti Cabaleiro Cervino

Universidad Alberto Hurtado, Faculty of Economics and Business

Solon Moreira

IESE Business School, Entrepreneurship Department

Toke Reichstein

Copenhagen Business School, INO

# 2610

THE INTERPLAY OF INBOUND AND OUTBOUND INNOVATION AND ITS IMPACT ON FIRM GROWTH

Roberto Camerani

University of Sussex, SPRU

Stefano Denicolai

University of Pavia, Department of Business and Economic Sciences

Monica Masucci

Univeristy of Sussex, Business and Management

Giovanni Valentini

Bocconi University, Department of Management and Technology

# 2611

Evolution and Definitions of Innovation Jams

steve Diasio

University of South Florida- Ste Petersburg, Management

# 2612

Determinants of performance in rare strategic events: How emotional distress misleads and IP roadmaps lead organizations navigating the IP litigation landscape

Kristina Vaarst Andersen

Copenhagen Business School, Innovation and Organizational Economics

Karin Beukel

Copenhagen University, Department for Food and Resource Economics

# 2613

The design of publicly funded R&D consortia: preliminary learnings from a longitudinal field-case study

PABLO E. Pinto

UNIVERSIDAD CATOLICA DEL NORTE, Escuela de Ciencias Empresariales (Business School)

Peter Knights

The University of Queensland, School of Mechanical and Mining Engineering

Damian Hine

The University of Queensland, Business School

# 2614

MACRO-ECONOMIC CRISES AND CORPORATE SUSTAINABILITY

Emanuele Bettinazzi

Bocconi University, Dept. of Management

Lorenzo Massa

WU Vienna, Dept of Strategy and Innovation

Kerstin Neumann

Bocconi University, CRIOS

Maurizio Zollo

Bocconi University, Dept of Management and CRIOS

# 2617

Financial constraints in Markets for technology:

Maria Isabella Leone

LUISS Guido Carli, Management

Solon Moreira

IESE Business School, Entrepreneurship Department

raffaele Oriani

luiss guido carli, department of business and management

# 2618

Market for Trademark

Maryam Zehtabchi

Bocconi University, Innovation and Management

# 2619

Restless Plate Spinners and Rising Stars: How Organizational Foci and Status Dynamics impact Tie Creation and High Impact Science

Jacob Jeppesen

Copenhagen Business School, Department of Innovation and Organizational Economics

Kristina Vaarst Andersen

Copenhagen Business School, Innovation and Organizational Economics

# 2625

University knowledge and the creation of innovative start-ups: An analysis of the Italian case

Niccolò Ghio

Politecnico di Milano, Management Engineering

Massimiliano Guerini

Politecnico di Milano, Management Engineering

Cristina Rossi-lamastra

Politecnico di Milano, Department of Management, Economics and Industrial Engineeri

# 2627

Trading-off the microfoundations of openness: Determinants of Participation Decisions in Open Innovation Initiatives

Daniel Ehls

Hamburg University of Technology, Technology and Innovation Management

# 2628

The paradox of openness revisited: Open innovation and patenting by UK Innovators

Ashish Arora

Duke University, The Fuqua School of Business

Suma Athreye

Brunel University, Business School

# 2629

Firms’ preadaptation and knowledge recombination in the face of an emerging core technology: an empirical study on photography industry

Luca Mongelli

LUISS University of Rome, Management

# 2633

Behavioral and organizational characteristics of individual problem-solving

Ambra Galeazzo

Università degli Studi di Padova, Economics and Management

Andrea Furlan

University of Padova, Department of Economics and Management

# 2635

WE DO BECAUSE IT TELLS US SO: INCORPORATING SIGNALING MECHANISM INTO THE BEHAVIOR THEORY OF FIRM GROWTH

yanbin Jiang

Zhejiang University, School of management

Kun Fu

Imperial College London, Innovation and Entrepreneurship Department

Zisheng Liu

Zhejiang University, School of Management

# 2640

WHEN LINDER MEETS HIRSCHMAN: INTER-INDUSTRY LINKAGES AND GLOBAL VALUE CHAINS IN BUSINESS SERVICES

valentina Meliciani

LUISS University, Business and Management

Maria Savona

University of Sussex, SPRU

Javier Lopez Gonzalez

OECD, Trade and Agriculture Directorate

# 2642

To move or not to move? An investigation of transition to a permanent academic faculty position based on cases of science and engineering doctoral graduates from a UK research-based university

Hsing-fen Lee

Middlesex University London, Business School

Marcela Miozzo

University of Manchester, Manchester Business School

Damian Grimshaw

University of Manchester, Manchester Business School

Philippe Laredo

Université Paris-Est (ENPC, LATTS) and University of Manchester, LATTS and Manchester Business School

# 2644

Growth and Innovation in the Presence of Knowledge and R&D Accumulation Dynamics

MICHAEL Verba

United Nations University / Maastricht University, UNU-MERIT

# 2645

Towards the Green Economy through Innovations: the role of Industrial Relations

Davide Antonioli

University of Ferrara, Department of Economics and Management

Massimiliano Mazzanti

University of Ferrara, Economics & Management

# 2646

Price volatility and indemnification clauses: an empirical study on licensing contracts

Giulia Solinas

University of Liverpool, School of Management

# 2647

Dancing with strangers? Initial trust and the formation of initial collaborations between new ventures and corporate venture capitals

Massimo Gaetano Colombo

Politecnico di Milano, Department of Management, Economics and Industrial Engineeri

Kourosh Shafi

Politecnico di Milano, Il Dipartimento Ingegneria Gestionale

# 2649

Capturing Innovation from Collaborative Relationship Building: Applying a process based approach to evaluating collaborative doctoral research training

Fumi Kitagawa

University of Edinburgh, University of Edinburgh Business School

# 2650

Heads or Tails? The Openness-Appropriability Duality and its Implications for Innovative Performance among U.K. Firms

Ghassan Yacoub

Cass Business School (City University London), Department of Management

Stefan Haefliger

City University London, Cass Business School

Chris Storey

Cass Business School, Department of Management

# 2651

High on Creativity: The Impact of Liberalization Policies on Creative Outcomes

Keyvan Vakili

London Business School, Strategy and Entrepreneurship

Laurina Zhang

Western University, Ivey Business School

# 2653

Social entrepreneurship as action to unleash value production capabilities. The case of Made in Carcere

Luca Mongelli

LUISS University of Rome, Management

Francesco Rullani

Luiss Guido Carli, Entrepreneurship and Management of Innovation

Pietro Versari

LUISS Guido Carli, Management

# 2654

Now and Later? Mentorship, Investor Ties and Performance in Seed-Accelerators

Jorge Mejia

University of Maryland, Robert H. Smith School of Business

Anand Gopal

University of Maryland, Operations and Information Technologies

# 2655

Transaction, Firm and Institutional Effects on Strategic Choices: Accelerated Startups’ Outsourcing Decisions

carla valentina bustamante

University of Colorado at Boulder, Management & Entrepreneurship

# 2656

Mechanisms and boundaries of collective action in social entrepreneurship

Riccardo Maiolini

LUISS Guido Carli, CeRIIS International Center for Social Innovation

Francesco Rullani

Luiss Guido Carli, Entrepreneurship and Management of Innovation

Pietro Versari

LUISS Guido Carli, Management

# 2657

Technological Change and Investments on a Rugged Landscape - An Agent Based Simulation

Daniel S. Hain

University of Aalborg, Department of Business and Management

Elena M. Tur

TU/e, Technology, Innovation & Society

# 2658

Conflict reduction VS conflict resistance in hybrid organizations

Pietro Versari

LUISS Guido Carli, Management

# 2660

University Technology Transfer Office Business Models: One Size does NOT Fit All

Daniela Baglieri

University of Messina, Department Economics

Francesco Baldi

LUISS Guido Carli University, Department of Business and Management

Christopher Tucci

EPFL, College de Management

# 2662

REGIONAL POPULATION DENSITY AND ENTREPRENEURIAL GROWTH ASPIRATIONS: THE MODERATING ROLE OF INDIVIDUAL HUMAN CAPITAL

Joan-Lluís Capelleras

Autonomous University of Barcelona, Department of Business

Ignacio Contín-pilart

Public University of Navarra, Department of Management and Organization

Martin Larraza-kintana

Public University of Navarra, Department of Management and Organization

Victor Martin-sanchez

King's College London, School of Management and Business

# 2663

Development of immature technologies in long-term research centres: The role of proximity dimensions in converging institutional logics in university-industry collaboration

Thomas Lauvås

Nord University, Bodø Graduate School of Business

Marianne Steinmo

University of Nordland, Bodø Graduate School of Business

# 2664

Firm R&D Investment and Export Market Exposure

Peters Bettina

ZEW, Industrial Economics and International Managment

Mark J. Roberts

Pennsylvania State University, Department of Economics

Van Anh Vuong

University of Cologne, Institute of Energy Economics

# 2665

Network-centered and institution-centered strategies to benefit from the diffusing knowledge of innovation systems: The case of the Triple Helix

Georg Reischauer

Hertie School of Governance, Organisation, Management, and Leadership

# 2667

Public and Private Sector Consulting and Academic Research Performance

Roman Fudickar

Heinrich-Heine Universität Düsseldorf, Düsseldorf Institute for Competition Economics

Hanna Hottenrott

Heinrich Heine University Duesseldorf, Duesseldorf Institute for Competition Economics (DICE)

Cornelia Lawson

The University of Cambridge, Centre for Business Research

# 2668

EMERGING MARKET MULTINATIONALS INVESTING IN EUROPE: DO ACQUISITIONS BOOST PATENTS?

Vito Amendolagine

University of Pavia, Department of Political and Social Studies

Elisa Giuliani

University of Pisa, Dipartimento di Economia e Management

Arianna Martinelli

CNR and Scuola Superiore Sant'Anna, Institute of Economics

Roberta Rabellotti

University of Pavia, Department of Political and Social Studies

# 2669

Effect of M&A on Spinoffs Formation

Juan Martin Carriquiry

AAU, Business and Management

# 2671

Diversity and the technological impact of inventive activity: evidence for EU regions

Andrea Morescalchi

European Commission Joint Research Centre, Econometrics and Applied Statistics

Sjoerd Hardeman

European Commission Joint Research Centre, Econometrics and Applied Statistics

# 2672

Drivers of eco-innovation in the wine industry

Alessandro Muscio

University of Foggia, 1Dipartimento di Scienze Agrarie, degli Alimenti e dell’Ambi

Gianluca Nardone

University of Foggia, SAFE

antonio Stasi

university of foggia, safe

# 2675

CO-PRODUCTION OF VALUE ADDED FROM INCUBATION: EXAMINING THE ROLE OF DYADIC AND TRIADIC RELATIONSHIPS

Gry Agnete Alsos

Uniersity of Nordland Business School, Innovation and entrepreneurship

Tommy Clausen

University of Nordland, Bodø Graduate School of Business

Marit Meyer

University of Nordland, Business school

# 2677

Tournament in Workplace and Entrepreneurial Entry: The Interplay between Selection and Treatment Effects

Virgilio Failla

LMU Munich, ISTO

Francesca Melillo

KU LEUVEN, Managerial Economics, Strategy and Innovation (MSI)

Toke Reichstein

Copenhagen Business School, INO

# 2679

KNOWLEDGE DIVERSITY, TRANSFER AND COORDINATION: THE EFFECT OF INTRAFIRM INVENTOR NETWORKS ON THE SPEED OF EXTERNAL KNOWLEDGE RECOMBINATION

Keld Laursen

DRUID, Copenhagen Business School and NTNU Norway, Department of Innovation and Organizational Economics and De

Solon Moreira

IESE Business School, Entrepreneurship Department

Arjan Markus

Tilburg University, Department of Organization Studies

# 2680

Searching for new combinations: How do academic inventors affect firms’ technological recombination?

Daniel Ljungberg

University of Gothenburg, Economy and society/ Innovation and Entrepreneurship

# 2681

REDIRECTING RESEARCH EFFORTS ON THE DIVERSIFICATION-PERFORMANCE LINKAGE: THE SEARCH FOR SYNERGY

Gautam Ahuja

University of Michigan, Ross School of Business

Elena Novelli

City University London, Cass Business School

# 2682

The timing of trademark application in innovation processes

Marcel Seip

VU University Amsterdam, FEWEB

Carolina Castaldi

Eindhoven University of Technology, School of Innovation Sciences

Meindert Flikkema

VU University Amsterdam, Management and Organization

Ard-Pieter De Man

VU University Amsterdam, Management and Organization

# 2686

Evaluating the impact of involvement of researchers in academic-industry knowledge transfer activities on knowledge sharing restrictions in life science communities: an exploratory study in a cross-cultural context

Ani Gerbin

University of Rijeka Faculty of Medicine, Center for Proteomics

Mateja Drnovsek

Faculty of Economics, University of Ljubljana, Entrepreneurship

# 2687

TRUST AND REPUTATION: A STUDY ABOUT HOW REPUTATION IS PERCEIVED IN TRUST INTERORGANIZATIONAL RELATIONSHIPS

José Carlos Hoelz

Mackenzie Presbyterian University, Centre for Applied and Social Sciences

Walter Bataglia

Mackenzie Presbyterian University, Centre for Applied and Social Sciences

# 2689

Developing an open innovation capability in MNCs in emerging markets

Henry Lopez Vega

Linkoping University, Management and Engineering

Wim Vanhaverbeke

Hasselt University, Marketing and Strategy

# 2691

Search and Disrupt: The Influence of Strategic Interest Alignment on External Knowledge Search

Anders Ørding Olsen

CBS, Department of Innovation and Organizational Economics

# 2694

ARE NATIONAL SYSTEMS OF INNOVATION CONVERGING? THE CASE OF CEN/TS 16555

Tommy Clausen

University of Nordland, Bodø Graduate School of Business

Christel Elvestad

Kunnskapsparken i Bodø, Kunnskapsparken i Bodø

# 2696

How failure size affects learning in innovation

Nhien Nguyen

Norwegian University of Science and Technology, Industrial economics and technology management

Alf Steinar Saetre

NTNU, Industrial Economics & Technology Management

# 2697

The innovative disorder - The impact of social-knowledge redundancies on innovation

JUAN ANTONIO Candiani

Universidad Carlos III de Madrid, Business

# 2698

Motivations for corporate social responsibility in the packaged food industry: an Institutional and Stakeholder Management perspective

Larissa Shnayder

Utrecht University, Copernicus Institute of Sustainable Development

Frank J Van Rijnsoever

Utrecht University, Innovation Studies

Marko Peter Hekkert

Utrecht University, Innovation Studies

# 2700

Interdependencies between Technology and Capacity Investments in the Solar Technology Sector

Florian Schock

EBS Business School, Operations

Jan Mutl

EBS Business School, Finance, Accounting, Controlling und Taxation

Florian Taeube

Université libre de Bruxelles, Solvay Brussels School of Economics and Management

Paschen V. Flotow

Sustainable Business Institute, Sustainable Business Institute

# 2702

Social or Commercial? Determinants of Social Enterprises' Innovations in Turbulent Times

Barbara La Cara

ETH Zurich, D-MTEC/Chair of Technology and Innovation Management

Tommaso Ramus

Católica Lisbon School of Business and Economics, Center for Ethics, Business and Economics

Antonino Vaccaro

IESE Business School, Barcelona, Center for Business in Society

Stefano Brusoni

ETH Zurich, D-MTEC/Chair of Technology and Innovation Management

# 2703

Industry relatedness and post-acquisition innovative performance: the moderating effects of acquirer’s capabilities and target size.

Elena Cefis

University of Bergamo, Department of Management, Economics and Quantitative Methods

Orietta Marsili

University of Bath, School of Management

Damiana Rigamonti

Aarhus University, School of Business and Social Sciences

# 2704

Industry Evolution in Varieties of Capitalism: a Comparison between the Danish and US Wind Turbine Industries

Max-Peter Menzel

Universität Hamburg, Geography

# 2705

The Dynamics of Category Labels during Industry Emergence: Evidence from “Smartphones”

Diego Zunino

Copenhagen Business School, INO

Stine Grodal

Boston University, Strategy and Innovation

Fernando F Suarez

Northeastern University, Entrepreneurship and Innovation

# 2706

Swinging for the fences: How do top accelerators impact the trajectories of new ventures?

Sheryl Winston Smith

Temple University, Fox School of Business, Dept. of Strategic Management

Thomas J. Hannigan

Temple University, Fox School of Business, Department of Strategic Management

# 2707

The role of entrepreneurial deviance in social innovation: The case of introduction of biodynamic practices in cotton cultivation in Egypt

Tomislav Rimac

Autonomous University of Barcelona, Department of Business

# 2711

Weakening of IP Enforcement: Post-eBay Patenting and Licensing in US IP-intensive Industries

Senem Aydin

Bocconi University, Department of Management and Technology

# 2712

What Drives Shifts in Platform Boundaries: An Organizational Perspective

Annabelle Gawer

Imperial College, Organisation and Management Group

# 2713

SPECIFIC KNOWLEDGE AND DISECONOMIES OF SCOPE IN DIVERSIFIED FIRMS

Elena Vidal

Baruch College - CUNY, Management Department

Charles Williams

Bocconi, Management & Technology

# 2716

Reconsidering dynamic capabilities: implications for innovation research

Seidali Kurtmollaiev

Norwegian School of Economics (NHH), Department of Strategy and Management

# 2718

Lost in transition: knowledge acquisition and knowledge loss in interpersonal exchanges

Marco Tortoriello

IESE Business School, Strategic Management

Florian Taeube

Université libre de Bruxelles, Solvay Brussels School of Economics and Management

Sebastian Moebus

EBS Business School, Operations

# 2719

Seeking variety across temporary clusters: The effect of conference attendance diversity on firm-level innovation

Stanislav Andreevich Vlasov

Saint Petersburg State University, Graduate School of Management

Marc Bahlmann

VU University Amsterdam, Faculty of Economics and Business Administration

Joris Knoben

Radboud University, Economics and Business Economics

# 2721

How do characteristics of patent attorneys influence patent quality?

Christina Koller

Management Center Innsbruck (external doctoral student: University of Hohenheim), Business & Management (Hohenheim: Economics of Innovation)

Bernd Ebersberger

Management Center Innsbruck, Research, Innovation & Entrepreneurship

# 2723

Innovation in public sector organizations: The role of push and pull factors

Gry Agnete Alsos

Uniersity of Nordland Business School, Innovation and entrepreneurship

Tommy Clausen

University of Nordland, Bodø Graduate School of Business

Espen Isaksen

University of Nordland, Business school

# 2724

Employee Mobility and Knowledge Spillovers: Integrating a Job Matching and a Social Capital Perspective

Martin C. Goossen

USI Lugano, Institute of Management

Gianluca Carnabuci

USI Lugano, Institute of Management

# 2726

Firms involving academics when developing technology: does it make a difference?

Hanne Peeters

K.U. Leuven, Managerial Economics, Strategy and Innovation

Julie Callaert

K.U. Leuven, INCENTIM-ECOOM

Bart Van Looy

K.U. Leuven, Managerial Economics, Strategy and Innovation / INCENTIM-ECO

# 2729

A critical analysis of patent citations as a measure of patent value

Jurrien Bakker

KU LEUVEN, Department of Managerial Economics, Strategy and Innovation

Bart Van Looy

K.U. Leuven, Managerial Economics, Strategy and Innovation / INCENTIM-ECO

# 2732

Collective knowledge processing and innovation

Christian Rupietta

University of Zurich, Department of Business Administration

Uschi Backes-gellner

University of Zurich, Department of Business Administration

# 2734

Micro-organization of Innovative Projects; Delegation and the Direction of Innovative Output

Alfonso Gambardella

Bocconi University, Department of Management & Technology

Pooyan Khashabi

Bocconi University, Department of Economics

Claudio Panico

Bocconi University, Department of Management & Technology

# 2735

Towards a microstructural view of architectural change in complex systems: the role of design hierarchy and modularity

Mahdi Ebrahim

Bocconi University, Management and Technology Department

Arnaldo Camuffo

Bocconi University, Management & Technology

# 2737

Analysis of the innovation capacities and resource spillovers for systemic innovation of the renewable energy sector in the European Union

Moon Jung Kang

TU Berlin / KIST Europe, Innovation economics / Smart Convergence Group

# 2738

The Productivity Effects of Excess Labour Turnover in Young Firms

Martin Murmann

Centre for European Economic Research, Industrial Economics and International Management

# 2739

ACQUIRED INVENTORS’ PRODUCTIVITY AFTER HORIZONTAL ACQUISITION: MANAGING THE R&D INTEGRATION PROCESS

Massimo Gaetano Colombo

Politecnico di Milano, Department of Management, Economics and Industrial Engineeri

Solon Moreira

IESE Business School, Entrepreneurship Department

Larissa Rabbiosi

Copenhagen Business School, International Economics and Management

# 2740

The Valuation of Technology Strategies: Examining the short and long-term financial returns of licensing

Goretti Cabaleiro Cervino

Universidad Alberto Hurtado, Faculty of Economics and Business

Ana Luiza Burcharth

Fundação Dom Cabral, Department of management

# 2743

Collaborative promotion of fragmented technology standards and the impact on follow-on innovation: Evidence from modern patent pools

Keyvan Vakili

London Business School, Strategy and Entrepreneurship

# 2746

Towards a Theory of Cognitive Mechanisms for Understanding Design Practices

Ted Tschang

Singapore Management University, Lee Kong Chian School of Business

# 2747

The impact of new topmanagers and toptechnicians on plant survival and diversification

Matte Hartog

Utrecht University,

FrankFrank Neffke

Harvard University, Harvard Kennedy School

# 2748

How the division of knowledge creates co-worker complementarities

FrankFrank Neffke

Harvard University, Harvard Kennedy School

# 2749

Knowledge Contexts of New Ventures: The Contingent Effects of Founding Team Industry and Academic Experience for Spinout Performance

Alena Denise Marand

University of Maryland, Management and Organizations

Florence Honore

University of Minnesota, Strategy

Benjamin Campbell

The Ohio State University, Management and Human Resources

Rajshree Agarwal

University of Maryland, Management and Organizations

# 2750

Relational Financing and Innovation in Emerging and Frontier Economies

Aija Leiponen

Cornell University, Dyson School of Applied Economics and Management

Sharon Poczter

Cornell University, Applied Economics and Management

# 2751

Private Sector Spillovers in Chinese Manufacturing

gordon Walker

cox school of business, smu, dallas, strategy and entrepreneurship

Fan Xia

ESC Rennes, Strategy & Innovation

# 2756

Defining High Growth Firms: Sustainable Growth, Volatility, and Survival

Serban Mogos

Carnegie Mellon University, Engineering & Public Policy

Alexander Davis

Carnegie Mellon University, Engineering & Public Policy

Rui Baptista

Brunel University, CEIBIEM

# 2757

Technological Acquisitions: The Impact of Geographic Distance On Post-Acquisition Innovative Performance

Killian J Mccarthy

University of Groningen, Faculty of Economics and Business

Rick Aalbers

Radboud University, Strategy and Innovation

# 2759

Hiring, Developing, and Organizing Individual Employees for New Product Development versus Product-related Service Innovation

Mette Praest Knudsen

SDU, Department of Marketing & Management

Stephanie Schleimer

Griffith University, Department of International Business and Asian Studies

# 2761

Search Strategies for External Knowledge and Environmental Innovation: An Analysis of large French Manufacturing Firms

Caroline Mothe

IREGE, University of Savoie, Management

Thuc Uyen Nguyen-thi

Luxembourg Institute of Socio-Economics Research, Labour Market

Angela Triguero

Facultad de Ciencias Económicas, Universidad de Castilla-La Mancha, Spain, Economics

# 2763

Using a Systems Lens and Transaction Data to Visualize the Architecture of the Economy

Margaret Dalziel

University of Waterloo, Conrad Business, Entrepreneurship and Technology Centre

Xiangyang Yang

Nanjing University of Finance & Economics, School of International Economics & Business

Simon Breslav

Autodesk Research, -

Azam Khan

Autodesk Research, -

Jianxi Luo

Singapore University of Technology and Design, Engineering Product Development Pillar

# 2764

ACADEMIC ENTREPRENEURSHIP: A MULTILEVEL EXAMINATION OF INDIVIDUAL, SUBUNIT AND ORGANIZATION EFFECTS

Vangelis Souitaris

Professor of Entrepreneurship, Management

# 2765

All Hail Large Firm Innovation: Reconciling the Firm Size and Innovation Debate

Anne Marie Knott

Washington University, Olin Business School

Carl Vieregger

University of Illinois, -

# 2766

Heterogeneity in Expertise and Response to New Organizational Guidelies on Best Practices

Rajshree Agarwal

University of Maryland, Management and Organizations

# 2779

How did traditional MedTech integrate ICT: a new methodological approach

Monica Coffano

EPFL, CEMI

Dominique Foray

EPFL, CEMI

# 2782

Transformations of Technology Policy in East Asia: the Rise of the Entrepreneurial State

Alexander Ebner

Goethe University Frankfurt, Chair of Political Economy and Economic Sociology

# 2784

The Innovative Public Procurer: A taxonomy of government organizations across Europe valuing innovative criteria in their purchasing

# 2785

Can Structural Transformation Be Induced?: Upgrading Comparative Advantages and Climbing the Value Chain in Singapore

Ming Leong Kuan

University of Cambridge, Centre of Development Studies

# 2802

Estimating the Local Average Treatment Effect of R&D Subsidies in a Pan-European Program

Paul Huenermund

Centre for European Economic Research, Industrial Economics and International Management

Dirk Czarnitzki

KU Leuven, Managerial Economics, Strategy and Innovation

# 2804

Interoperability for mobile payments: Benefits, Challenges and the ways forward

YASMIN AHMED Mahgoub

KTH Royal Institute of Technology, School of Industrial Engineering and Management

Niklas Arvidsson

KTH Royal institute of Technology, Department of industrial economics and management

# 2806

Innovation as an Initiator of Fixed Capital Investment

# 2809

China as a S&T Superpower

Erik Baark

Hong Kong University of S&T, Division of Social Science

# 2810

Highly Skilled Migration and Knowledge Diffusion

Claudia Noumedem Temgoua

University of Bordeaux, GRETHA-UMR CNRS 5113

Ernest Miguelez

University of Bordeaux, GRETHA-UMR CNRS 5113

# 2814

Industry characteristics as drivers of dynamic capabilities

Annelies van Uden

Radboud University, Economics

# 2818

Evolutionary Model of Changes in Industrial Leadership and Catch-up by Latecomers: Role of the “Incumbent Trap”

# 2819

The Impact of Social Proximity: On the Effects of in-house Ownership and Family ties on Firm Performance.

Rikard Eriksson

Umea University, Geography and Economic History

Urban Lindgren

Umea University, Geography and Economic History

Einar Holm

Umea University, Geography and Economic History

# 2825

Foreign Cuisine or Local Delicacies? How Sectors and Firm Heterogeneity Matter in the Acquisition-Productivity Linkage

DAITIAN Li

Bocconi University, Department of Management and Technology

# 2826

Innovation Policy for Challenge-Led Socio-technical Transitions

Gijs Diercks

Imperial College London, Centre for Environmental Policy

# 2827

Exploring New to Self or New to the World: Evidence from Funding and Impact of Academic Scientists Research

Anand Nandkumar

Indian School of Business, Strategy

Reddi Kotha

Singapore Management University, Strategy and Organization

# 2828

The role of organizational mechanisms in preventing leakage of unpatented knowledge in offshore captive R&D centers

Anand Nandkumar

Indian School of Business, Strategy

Kannan Srikanth

Singapore Management University, Strategy and Organization

# 2829

A multi-dimensional indicator framework for evaluating energy technology innovation system

Rui Hu

Imperial College London, Centre for Environmental Policy

Jim Skea

Imperial College London, Centre for Environmental Policy

Matthew Hannon

Imperial College London, Centre for Environmental Policy

# 2830

Cross-border Venture Capital Investment: Is there still a place for geography

Katja Bringmann

University of Antwerp, Transport and Regional Economics

# 2832

Women Entrepreneurship and Crowdfunding: results from online experiments.

Raffaella Piccarreta

Bocconi University, Decision Sciences

Diego Zunino

Copenhagen Business School, INO

# 2833

Structural dynamics of the French aerospace collaboration network.

Johannes Van Der Pol

University of Bordeaux, GREThA UMR-CNRS 5113

# 2834

Intergenerational Transfer of Scientific Knowledge and Sustainable Development of Science

Sotaro Shibayama

University of Tokyo, Department of Technology Management for Innovation

# 2838

Cognition and Different Modes of Capability Development

Ei Shu

Kyushu University, Department of Business and Technology Management

# 2839

Critical Factors in the Selection of Start-up Incubator Residents

Bangqi Yin

Singapore University of Technology and Design, MIT-SUTD Dual Masters Program

Jianxi Luo

Singapore University of Technology and Design, Engineering Product Development Pillar

# 2840

Cyclic Dependence, Vertical Integration, and Innovation

Jianxi Luo

Singapore University of Technology and Design, Engineering Product Development Pillar

Giorgio Triulzi

Singapore University of Technology and Design & UNU-MERIT, SUTD-MIT International Design Centre

# 2841

Filtered Patent Maps for Predicting Technology Diversification Paths of Inventors and Organizations

Bowen Yan

Singapore University of Technology and Design, SUTD-MIT International Design Centre

Jianxi Luo

Singapore University of Technology and Design, Engineering Product Development Pillar

# 2842

Economies of scope, relatedness, and the dynamics of corporate diversification

Arkadiy Sakhartov

The Wharton School, University of Pennsylvania, Management

# 2843

Secrecy and Patents: Evidence from the Uniform Trade Secrets Act

Ivan Png

National U of Singapore, NUS Business School

# 2844

What determines international and inter-sectoral knowledge diffusion? An analysis based on patent citations, technological distance and spillovers

Florian Seliger

ETH Zurich, Management, Technology and Economics

# 2845

Organizing the Entrepreneurial State: an organizational variety perspective

Erkki Karo

Tallinn University of Technology, Ragnar Nurkse School of Innovation and Governance

Rainer Kattel

Tallinn University of Technology, Ragnar Nurkse School of Innovation and Governance

# 2846

University Entrepreneurship Education Programs and the Antecedents of Entrepreneurship Intention in Students

Yuen Ping Ho

National University of Singapore, NUS Entrepreneurship Centre, Research Division

Su Juan Crystal Ng

National University of Singapore, NUS Entrepreneurship Centre, Research Division

Pei Chin Low

NUS, SAW SWEE HOCK SCHOOL OF PUBLIC HEALTH

Poh Kam Wong

National University of Singapore (NUS), Strategy & Policy

# 2848

Innovation versus Imitation: The Role of Distance to Technology Frontier in the Relationship among Innovation, Imitation, and Performance

Ching T. Liao

IESE Business School, Strategic Management

# 2849

Immigrant and indigenous entrepreneurs` innovation: dependent on sources of financing

Shayegheh Ashourizadeh

University of Southern Denmark, Dept of Entrepreneurship and Relationship Management

# 2850

NEWCOMERS SLIP-IN: THE ROLE OF COMPETITION NETWORKS IN CONSTRAINING INCUMBENTS AND FACILITATING NEWCOMER ENTRY

Siddharth Natarajan

National University of Singapore, Dept. of Strategy and Policy

Pasha Mahmood

National University of Singapore, Dept. of Strategy and Policy

# 2851

Still the same: The new venture diversity imperative and workforce segregation

Jing Chen

Copenhagen Business School, Innovation and Organizational Economics

Christopher Rider

Georgetown University, McDonough School of Business

# 2852

The role of experiential and vicarious knowledge in inventor teams

Simon Jan Dominiek Schillebeeckx

Singapore Management University, Strategy & Organization

Tufool Alnuaimi

Imperial College London, Innovation and Entrepreneurship Group

# 2854

Exploring Patent Awareness of Engineers. Evidence from Chinese R&D Units of a Multi-National Corporation

# 2858

The determinants of user innovation in medical imaging devices

Stephane Lhuillery

ICN Business School, Strategy Departement

# 2859

Licensing out under uncertainty: for which of their technologies do established firms use external markets?

Thomas Maximilian Klueter

IESE Business School, Entrepreneurship

# 2860

Entrepreneurial Failure: distinct perceptions among entrepreneurs and policy makers

Nazanin Eftekhari

Aalborg University, Business and Management

# 2862

Moving ahead of rivals: Gaining product market advantage through product imitation in the Apple iOS app store

# 2863

When should managers set subordinate goals? Investigating managerial goal setting discretion

Jenny Gibb

University of Waikato, Strategy & HRM

Stephan Billinger

University of Southern Denmark, Department of Marketing and Management

Jarrod Haar

Massey University, Dept of Management

# 2864

A Collective Aspiration Formation Framework: Developing a Dual Regulatory Process using Identity

Jenny Gibb

University of Waikato, Strategy & HRM

Sascha Albers

University of Southern Denmark, Department of Marketing and Management

Paresha Sinha

University of Waikato, Strategy & HRM

# 2866

Compromising to succeed: Benefitting from diversity in organizational search

Stephan Billinger

SDU, SOD

Thorbjorn Knudsen

SDU, SOD

Kannan Srikanth

,

# 2867

An Empirical Analysis of Connectivity in Technology Transfers among Local Firms in ASEAN Four Economies

Masatsugu Tsuji

University of Hyogo, Graduate School of Applied Informatics

Hiroki Idota

Kinki University, Faculty of Economics

Yasushi Ueki

ERIA, Research Division

Teruyuki Bunno

Kinki University, Faculty of Business Administration

# 2868

State Capitalism, Agency Risk, and Firm Innovation: Evidence from State-Owned Enterprises in China

Nan Jia

University of Southern California, Marshall School of Business

Kenneth G. Huang

National University of Singapore, Engineering & Technology Management and NUS Business School

Cyndi Man Zhang

Singapore Management University, Strategy and Organization

# 2869

Bridging institutional voids in innovation for emerging Asian economies: The institutional entrepreneurship of University Research Centers

Debabrata Chatterjee

Indian Institute of Management, Organizational Behavior

# 2870

Iran’s innovation system: historical account of institutional roots of falling behind

Ebrahim Souzanchi Kashani

Sharif University of Technology, Graduate School of Management and Economics

# 2872

Perceived technological regime, an empirical analysis of the italian wine industry

antonio Stasi

university of foggia, safe

# 2875

The patent system as an institutional barrier to entry: Priority technologies in China

Gaétan De Rassenfosse

EPFL, CDM

Emilio Raiteri

Ecole polytechnique fédérale de Lausanne, Cdm

# 2876

Identifying causes and response strategies of growing pains:Empirical analysis using micro-data in Korean manufacturing

Taewon Kang

Seoul National University, Technology Management, Economics and Policy Program

Chulwoo Baek

Duksung Women's University, Department of International Trade

Jeong-dong Lee

Seoul National University, Technology Management, Economics and Policy Program

# 2885

To innovate or to imitate: Technology development determines “the” strategy

# 2886

Universities capabilities in facilitating spin-outs: A empirical study based on university-run enterprises evolutionary changes in china

LinBo Sun

National Tsing Hua University, Institute of Technology Management

# 2887

Investigating Firms’ Knowledge Management under Standardization: The Analysis of the Networks of Technology Specifications and Declared Essential Patents in the Telecommunication Industry

Jing-Ming Shiu

Tokyo University, Economics

Masanori Yasumoto

Yokohama National University, Graduate School of Information and Environmental Sciences

# 2888

Joint Venture Formation between Small Entrepreneurial Ventures and Foreign MNCs in an Emerging Economy

Maggie Qiuzhu Mei

Grenoble Ecole de Management, MTS

Jojo Jacob

Grenoble Ecole de Management, Management, Technology & Strategy

# 2889

Industrial Policies and Government-Business Relations in the Philippines

Nina Rodmann

Goethe University Frankfurt am Main, Faculty of Social Sciences

# 2891

United in Diversity? Evaluating the Policy Instrument Mix for Innovation across Five European Countries

Kevin Matthew Mulligan

University of Limerick, Kemmy Business School Graduate Research Centre

Helena Lenihan

University of Limerick, Department of Economics

Justin Doran

University College Cork, School of Economics

# 2893

Paving the path: Trade effects of standardization participation

Maximilian Von Laer

Technische Universität (TU) Berlin, Chair of Innovation Economics

# 2895

Glocal: The Influence of Global Knowledge Networks and Local Cluster Characteristics on the Innovation Performance of Photovoltaics Clusters

Pieter Stek

Delft University of Technology, Faculty of Technology, Policy & Management

Marina Van Geenhuizen

Delft University of Technology, Faculty of Technology, Policy & Management

# 2896

What do patent-based measures tell us about product commercialization? Evidence from the pharmaceutical industry

Stefan Wagner

ESMT, Strategy and Innovation

Simon Wakeman

---, Strategy and Innovation

# 2901

The Effect of Openness Degree of Knowledge, Human Resource Diversification to Innovation─Using the Improvement of Employee Creativity as a mediated effect variable

Chia-Hui Yu

National Chengchi University, Graduate Institute of Technology, Innovation, and Property

Yeh-Yun Lin

National Chengchi University, Department of Business Administration

Feng-Shang Vincent Wu

National Chengchi University, Graduauate Institute of Tech, Innovation and IP Management

# 2902

New evidence on determinants of IP litigation: A market-based approach

Kristof Van Criekingen

KU Leuven, Dept. of Managerial Economics, Strategy and Innovation

# 2903

Phone Home? Headquarters’ Involvement in Foreign University Collaboration

Marcelina Grabowska

KU Leuven, Managerial Economics, Strategy and Innovation

Stijn Kelchtermans

KU Leuven, Department of Strategy, Innovation & Entrepreneurship

Rene Belderbos

KU Leuven, Dep. of Managerial Economics, Strategy and Innovation (MSI)

Massimo Riccaboni

IMT - INSTITUTE FOR ADVANCED STUDIES LUCCA, Laboratory of Innovation Management and Economics

Bart Leten

KU Leuven / Vlerick Business School, Managerial Economics, Strategy and Innovation

# 2906

Entrepreneurship: Results from Sibling Correlation Models

Matthew J. Lindquist

Stockholm University, Swedish Institute for Social Research

Joeri Sol

University of Amsterdam, Amsterdam Business School

Mirjam Van Praag

Copenhagen Business School, Innovation and Organizational Economics

Theodor Lucian Vladasel

Copenhagen Business School, Department of Innovation and Organizational Economics

# 2907

“I’LL PERCEIVE IT WHEN I SEE IT” – ENTREPRENEURS’ PERCEPTION OF FINANCIAL RISK

Giulio Zichella

Copenhagen Business School, INO

# 2908

A chance to stretch your legs: organizational capabilities and new business opportunities

Leticia Antunes Nogueira

Aalborg University, Dept. of Business and Management

# 2910

The Mariel Boatlift- A Natural Experiment in Low-Skilled Immigration and Innovation

rachel anne Harris

University of Toronto and York University, Business Strategy and Economics

# 2911

DEVELOPMENT OF A CORPORATE VENTURE CAPITAL STRATEGY TO SUPPORT AMBIDEXTERITY

Adedayo Abinusawa

University of Cambridge, Institute for Manufacturing

Tim Minshall

University of Cambridge, Institute for Manufacturing

Letizia Mortara

University of Cambridge, Institute for Manufacturing

# 2912

Networks as Promoters of Rapid International Development: An Analysis of University Spin-Out Companies.

Lisa Maria Messina

Queen's University Belfast, Queen's Management School

Nola Margot Hewitt-dundas

Queen's University Belfast, Queen's University Management School

# 2914

When to sell an idea? How patent protection and information disclosure reduce frictions in the market for technology.

Davide Andrea Cannito

Copenhagen Business School, INO

# 2919

University Based Open Source Technology Transfer in the Case of Sequential Inventions

Sila Ozel

University of Strasbourg, BETA

# 2920

Entrepreneurial beginning, happy ending? Consequences of choosing entrepreneurship to start a professional career.

Hans Christian Kongsted

Copenhagen Business School, Innovation and Organizational Economics

ADRIAN LUIS Merida Gutierrez

Copenhagen Business School, Innovation and Organizational Economics

Vera Rocha

Copenhagen Business School, Innovation and Organizational Economics

Mirjam Van Praag

Copenhagen Business School, Innovation and Organizational Economics

# 2922

Are entrepreneurs more action oriented than others? An experimental study of the (c)omission bias of entrepreneurs relative to managers and employees

Ahmad Barirani

Copenhagen Business School, Innovation and Organizational Economics

Randolph Sloof

University of Amsterdam, Markets & Organizations

Mirjam Van Praag

Copenhagen Business School, Innovation and Organizational Economics

# 2923

The role of inter-sectoral knowledge spillovers for technological innovations

Annegret Stephan

ETH Zurich, Department of Management, Technology and Economics

Catharina Bening

ETH Zurich, Department of Management, Technology and Economics

Tobias Sebastian Schmidt

ETH Zurich, Department of Humanities, Social and Political Sciences

Marius Schwarz

ETH Zurich, Department of Management, Technology and Economics

Volker Hoffmann

ETH Zurich, Department of Management, Technology and Economics

# 2924

Are culture houses making places more attractive?

Hanna Nyborg Storm

Copenhagen Business School, Department of Innovation and Organizational Economics

# 2925

The multiple theoretical elements of the Organizational Life Cycle models. A review of the literature.

Luigi Mosca

University of Padova, Department of Economics and Management

# 2930

Swamp or Leapfrog? : a Firm-level Empirical Analysis of Innovation Strategy during Recession

Hayoung Park

Seoul National University, Technology Management, Economics and Policy Program

Taewon Kang

Seoul National University, Technology Management, Economics and Policy Program

Jeong-dong Lee

Seoul National University, Technology Management, Economics and Policy Program

# 2935

ANTECEDENTS OF RELATIONAL CAPITAL: THE ROLE AND INTERPLAY OF ORGANIZATIONAL AND GEOGRAPHICAL PROXIMITY

Agnieszka Nowinska

CBS, INO

# 2939

Impact of Top Management Replacement on Employees' Mental Health and Turnover

Juan Martin Carriquiry

AAU, Business and Management

Michael S. Dahl

Aarhus University, Department of Management

# 2941

Opportunity Exploitation and TMT Organizational Configurations

Gianluca Spina

Politecnico di Milano, Department of Management, Economics and Industrial Engineeri

Paola Rovelli

Politecnico di Milano, Management, Economics and Industrial Engineering

Raffaella Cagliano

Politecnico di Milano, Department of Management, Economics and Industrial Engineeri

Massimo Gaetano Colombo

Politecnico di Milano, Department of Management, Economics and Industrial Engineeri

Cristina Rossi-lamastra

Politecnico di Milano, Department of Management, Economics and Industrial Engineeri

# 2942

CEOs and intellectual property: How managerial ability affects trademark registrations

Shukhrat Nasirov

The University of Nottingham, Nottingham University Business School

Cher Li

The University of Nottingham, Nottingham University Business School

Stephen Thompson

The University of Nottingham, Nottingham University Business School

# 2946

Mix and Match: Preferred ‘Mix of Open Innovation Modes’ for Solving Innovation Problems

Mehdi Bagherzadeh

ESADE business School, institute for Innovation and Knowledge Management (IIK)

Sabine Brunswicker

Purdue University, Research Center for Open Digital Innovation (RCODI)

# 2947

Does Equity Crowdfunding help entrepreneurs in the subsequent financing by Venture Capitals?

Francesca Tenca

Politecnico di Milano, Management, Economics and Industrial Engineering (DIG)

# 2950

The entrepreneurial leader as the intersection of entrepreneurship and leadership

Annemarie Østergaard

Aalborg, Business & Management

# 2951

When Can Firms Capture Value from Collaborating with Research Consortia?

Paul-Emmanuel Anckaert

KU Leuven, Department of Managerial Economics, Strategy and Innovation

# 2958

R&D investment behavior during a crisis: what is the role of subsidies?

Hung Lai

University of Wuppertal, Schumpeter School of Business and Economics

Paolo Bizzozero

University of Zurich, Business department

# 2959

Big Data and Codification in knowledge intensive industries. A case study on the Pharmaceutical Industry

Nuria Moratal

University of Strasbourg, BETA

# 2960

The Bright Side of Conflicts – Organizational Renewal Through New Product Development at Bang & Olufsen

Giacomo Cattaneo

Aarhus University, Department of Management

# 2962

Smart people come, smart people go: What spin-off entrepreneurs already know and what they take from their previous employers.

Dominik Peter Heinisch

University of Kassel, Economic Policy Research

Guido Buenstorf

University of Kassel, Economic Policy Research

# 2963

An innovation systems framework for analyzing the impact of mature industries on emergent industries

Allan Dahl Andersen

University of Oslo, TIK Center for Technology, Innovation and Culture

Jens Hanson

University of Oslo, TIK Center for Technology, Innovation and Culture

Håkon Endresen Normann

University of Oslo, TIK Center for Technology, Innovation and Culture

Taran Mari Thune

University of Oslo, TIK Center for Technology, Innovation and Culture

# 2964

Technology acquisitions: technology type as a differentiator

Joachim Henkel

Technische Universität München, TUM School of Management/Technology & Innovation Management

# 2970

The Co-Evolution between Product Form Design and Product Categories: The Renaissance of the Behind-the-Ear Hearing Aid Style (2003-2010).

Anders Dahl Krabbe

University of Southern Denmark, Department of Marketing and Management

# 2978

Varieties of the Concept of National Innovation Systems: Towards Complementarity

Marija Rakas

Aalborg University, Business and Management

Daniel S. Hain

University of Aalborg, Department of Business and Management

# 2980

Success through Failures? Evidence from Pharmaceutical R&D Projects

Daniela Silvestri

IMT- INSTITUTE FOR ADVANCED STUDIES LUCCA, Computer, Decision, and Systems Science / Management Science

Massimo Riccaboni

IMT - INSTITUTE FOR ADVANCED STUDIES LUCCA, Laboratory of Innovation Management and Economics

Bart Leten

KU Leuven, Dep. of Managerial Economics, Strategy and Innovation (MSI)

Rene Belderbos

KU Leuven, Dep. of Managerial Economics, Strategy and Innovation (MSI)

# 2989

Exploring the link between Innovation and firm Growth in Chilean firms

Pietro Santoleri

Scuola Superiore Sant'Anna, Istituto di Economia

Caterina Santi

Scuola Superiore Sant'Anna, Istituto di Economia

# 2992

University knowledge and the creation of knowledge-intensive firms: The moderating effect of the local banking industry

Niccolò Ghio

Politecnico di Milano, Management Engineering

Cristina Rossi-lamastra

Politecnico di Milano, Department of Management, Economics and Industrial Engineeri

Massimiliano Guerini

Politecnico di Milano, Management Engineering

# 3000

Explorative and exploitative search patterns in the generation of green technologies: A patent-based analysis of inventors’ and applicants’ strategies

Gianluca Orsatti

University of Turin, Department of Economics

Michele Pezzoni

GREDEG, UNS and CNRS – Nice (France), Department of Economics

Francesco Quatraro

University of Turin, Department of Economics

# 3001

Resilient through change? Exploring the relationship between social network change and changes in firm performance of Dutch neighborhood firms

# 3004

Micro Dynamics of National Innovation System: A Panel Cointegration Analysis

Jurgita Staniulyte

Leeds University, LUBS Economics

# 3015

CLUSTER INITIATIVES WITHIN THE EUROPEAN CONTEXT: INTERMEDIARY ACTIVITIES and development process

Inessa Laur

Doctoral Candidate, Department of Management and Engeneering

Dzamila Bienkowska

Linköping University, Department of Management and Engeneering

Magnus Klofsten

Linköping University, Department of Management and Engeneering

# 3017

Technological Diversification of Cities in Times of Crisis

Mathieu Paul Adriaan Steijn

Universiteit Utrecht, Economic Geography

Pierre-Alexandre Balland

Utrecht University, Economic Geography

Sergio Petralia

Universiteit Utrecht, Economic Geography

David Rigby

UCLA, Geography

# 3018

The Role of Agglomeration Economies regarding Innovative Competence: Exploitation and Exploration

Bo Kyeong Lee

Yonsei University, Information and Industrial Engineering

So Young Sohn

Yonsei University, Dept. of Information and Industrial engineering

# 3020

Determinates of innovation in Brazil: an analysis of territorial factors.

Suelene Mascarini

University of São Paulo - USP, Production Engineering

# 3023

Should I Stay or Should I Go Now? Organization-level Determinants of Novelty in Technology

Dennis Verhoeven

KU Leuven VAT: BE0419052173, Managerial Economics, Strategy and Innovation

# 3024

Start-ups Team Composition as a Driver of Dynamic Capabilities for Strategic Collaborations: The Case of Green Innovation and High-Tech Sectors.

Anna Karina Lopez'hernandez

Universidad Politecnica de Valencia, INGENIO Institute of Knowledge

# 3032

Sectorial specialization and growth implications

Charlotte Guillard

University of Strasbourg and UNU-MERIT, Department of economics

# 3034

Gatekeepers of creativity: the case of the Swedish film industry

Su-Hyun Berg

Uppsala University, Department of Social and Economic Geography

# 3036

Channels for the Diffusion of Innovations in Industrial Clusters: The Role of Networks between Local Firms

Cintia Kulzer Sacilotto

University of Oxford, International Development

# 3039

Relationship Formation in the Market for Design Services

Michael Falk

University of Melbourne, Melbourne Business school

Kwanghui Lim

University of Melbourne, Melbourne Business School

Don O'sullivan

University of Melbourne, Melbourne Business School

# 3040

The complex effects of academic engagement on research productivity: Evidence from Italy

Alessandro Muscio

University of Foggia, 1Dipartimento di Scienze Agrarie, degli Alimenti e dell’Ambi

Alessandro Muscio

University of Foggia, 1Dipartimento di Scienze Agrarie, degli Alimenti e dell’Ambi

Laura Ramaciotti

University of Ferrara, Department of Economics and Management

Ugo Rizzo

University of Ferrara, Dipartimento di Economia e Management

# 3041

Chinese Huawei Catching up with Swedish Ericsson

# 3042

Does Firm-Originated Knowledge Matter? Diversity and Breakthrough Innovations

Hyun Ju Jung

UNIST (Ulsan National Institute of Science and Technology), School of Business Administration

# 3044

The Strategic Allocation of Inventors to R&D Collaborations

David Wehrheim

Universidad Carlos III de Madrid, Department of Business Administration

Neus Palomeras

Universidad Carlos III de Madrid, Department of Business Administration

# 3047

Role of Knowledge and Techno-Nationalism in Emerging Market Firms’ Cross-border M&A

Hyungseok Yoon

Pôle Universitaire Léonard de Vinci, Strategy & Entrepreneurship

Namil Kim

KAIST (Korea Advanced Institute of Science and Technology), Business and Technology Mangement

Patrice Fontaine

Pôle Universitaire Léonard de Vinci, Finance

# 3049

Leaving employment to entrepreneurship: The value of coworker mobility in pushed and pulled-driven startups

Vera Rocha

Copenhagen Business School, Innovation and Organizational Economics

Anabela Carneiro

University of Porto, FEP

Celeste Varum

University of Aveiro, DEGEI

# 3050

Concentration on the Few? R&D and Innovation in German Firms 2001 to 2013

Christian Rammer

ZEW, Dept. of Industrial Economics and International Management

Torben Schubert

Lund University, CIRCLE

# 3051

The New EU 2020 Innovation Indicator: A Step Forward in Measuring Innovation Output?

Juergen Janger

WIFO, Innovation and International Economics

Torben Schubert

Lund University, CIRCLE

Christian Rammer

ZEW, Dept. of Industrial Economics and International Management

Petra Andries

Ghent University, Dept. of Management, Innovation and Entrepreneurship

Machteld Hoskens

KU Leuven, Centre for R&D Monitoring

# 3053

A measure of total factor productivity with biased technological change

Christophe Feder

Università della Valle d’'Aosta - Université de la Vallée d'Aoste, Economics and Business

# 3056

Local and firm-level influences on innovation performance: linkages, climate and externalities

James Love

Enterprise Research Centre & Warwick Business School, University of Warwick

# 3057

Trusting Strangers? The Process of Information Exchange in Online Communities of Entrepreneurs

Tao Wang

Simon Fraser University, Beedie School of Business

Pek-Hooi Soh

Simon Fraser University, Beedie School of Business

# 3058

The Degree of Technological Innovation: An Empirical Analysis of the Flat Panel Display Industry

Kim Wang

Suffolk University, Strategy/ IB

Russell Seidle

Suffolk University, Strategy and International Business

# 3064

Innovation ecosystems: a meta-synthesis

Marcos Ferasso

Federal University of Parana, PhD Program in Management

Adriana Roseli Wünsch Takahashi

Federal University of Paraná, Department of Management

Fernando A Prado Gimenez

Federal University of Paraná, Department of Management

# 3066

Transformations of Technology Policy in East Asia: the Rise of the Entrepreneurial State

Alexander Ebner

Goethe University Frankfurt, Chair of Political Economy and Economic Sociology

# 3067

Can Structural Transformation Be Induced?: Upgrading Comparative Advantages and Climbing the Value Chain in Singapore

Ming Leong Kuan

University of Cambridge, Centre of Development Studies

# 3072

Intellectual property rights protection, labour mobility and wage inequality

Riccardo Leoncini

University of Bologna, Department of Economics

Yingyi Tsai

National University of Kaohsiung, Applied Economics

Jingjing Zhang

University of Western Sydney, School of Business

# 3073

China as a S&T Superpower

Erik Baark

Hong Kong University of S&T, Division of Social Science

# 3075

Exploring New to Self or New to the World: Evidence from Funding and Impact of Academic Scientists Research

Anand Nandkumar

Indian School of Business, Strategy

Reddi Kotha

Singapore Management University, Strategy and Organization

# 3076

The role of organizational mechanisms in preventing leakage of unpatented knowledge in offshore captive R&D centers

Anand Nandkumar

Indian School of Business, Strategy

Kannan Srikanth

Singapore Management University, Strategy and Organization

# 3077

Intergenerational Transfer of Scientific Knowledge and Sustainable Development of Science

Sotaro Shibayama

University of Tokyo, Department of Technology Management for Innovation

# 3078

Cognition and Different Modes of Capability Development

Ei Shu

Kyushu University, Department of Business and Technology Management

# 3079

Critical Factors in the Selection of Start-up Incubator Residents

Bangqi Yin

Singapore University of Technology and Design, MIT-SUTD Dual Masters Program

Jianxi Luo

Singapore University of Technology and Design, Engineering Product Development Pillar

# 3080

Cyclic Dependence, Vertical Integration, and Innovation

Jianxi Luo

Singapore University of Technology and Design, Engineering Product Development Pillar

Giorgio Triulzi

Singapore University of Technology and Design & UNU-MERIT, SUTD-MIT International Design Centre

# 3081

Filtered Patent Maps for Predicting Technology Diversification Paths of Inventors and Organizations

Bowen Yan

Singapore University of Technology and Design, SUTD-MIT International Design Centre

Jianxi Luo

Singapore University of Technology and Design, Engineering Product Development Pillar

# 3082

Economies of scope, relatedness, and the dynamics of corporate diversification

Arkadiy Sakhartov

The Wharton School, University of Pennsylvania, Management

# 3083

Secrecy and Patents: Evidence from the Uniform Trade Secrets Act

Ivan Png

National U of Singapore, NUS Business School

# 3084

What determines international and inter-sectoral knowledge diffusion? An analysis based on patent citations, technological distance and spillovers

Florian Seliger

ETH Zurich, Management, Technology and Economics

# 3085

Organizing the Entrepreneurial State: an organizational variety perspective

Erkki Karo

Tallinn University of Technology, Ragnar Nurkse School of Innovation and Governance

Rainer Kattel

Tallinn University of Technology, Ragnar Nurkse School of Innovation and Governance

# 3086

University Entrepreneurship Education Programs and the Antecedents of Entrepreneurship Intention in Students

Yuen Ping Ho

National University of Singapore, NUS Entrepreneurship Centre, Research Division

Su Juan Crystal Ng

National University of Singapore, NUS Entrepreneurship Centre, Research Division

Pei Chin Low

NUS, SAW SWEE HOCK SCHOOL OF PUBLIC HEALTH

Poh Kam Wong

National University of Singapore (NUS), Strategy & Policy

# 3087

Innovation versus Imitation: The Role of Distance to Technology Frontier in the Relationship among Innovation, Imitation, and Performance

Ching T. Liao

IESE Business School, Strategic Management

# 3088

Immigrant and indigenous entrepreneurs` innovation: dependent on sources of financing

Shayegheh Ashourizadeh

University of Southern Denmark, Dept of Entrepreneurship and Relationship Management

# 3089

NEWCOMERS SLIP-IN: THE ROLE OF COMPETITION NETWORKS IN CONSTRAINING INCUMBENTS AND FACILITATING NEWCOMER ENTRY

Siddharth Natarajan

National University of Singapore, Dept. of Strategy and Policy

Pasha Mahmood

National University of Singapore, Dept. of Strategy and Policy

# 3090

Still the same: The new venture diversity imperative and workforce segregation

Jing Chen

Copenhagen Business School, Innovation and Organizational Economics

Christopher Rider

Georgetown University, McDonough School of Business

# 3091

The role of experiential and vicarious knowledge in inventor teams

Simon Jan Dominiek Schillebeeckx

Singapore Management University, Strategy & Organization

Tufool Alnuaimi

Imperial College London, Innovation and Entrepreneurship Group

# 3092

Corporate governance of public-private partnership in innovation

Sarah Cheah

National University of Singapore, Management and Organisation

Shigemi Yoneyama

Gakushuin University, Faculty of Economics

# 3093

The role of networks in commercialising public-funded innovation

Sarah Cheah

National University of Singapore, Management and Organisation

# 3095

The determinants of user innovation in medical imaging devices

Stephane Lhuillery

ICN Business School, Strategy Departement

# 3096

When should managers set subordinate goals? Investigating managerial goal setting discretion

Jenny Gibb

University of Waikato, Strategy & HRM

Stephan Billinger

University of Southern Denmark, Department of Marketing and Management

Jarrod Haar

Massey University, Dept of Management

# 3097

A Collective Aspiration Formation Framework: Developing a Dual Regulatory Process using Identity

Jenny Gibb

University of Waikato, Strategy & HRM

Sascha Albers

University of Southern Denmark, Department of Marketing and Management

Paresha Sinha

University of Waikato, Strategy & HRM

# 3098

Co-Working and the Creative Space - Designing the Future Organization

Celine Koh

National University of Singapore, School of Business

Sarah Cheah

National University of Singapore, Management and Organisation

# 3099

Compromising to succeed: Benefitting from diversity in organizational search

Stephan Billinger

SDU, SOD

Thorbjorn Knudsen

SDU, SOD

Kannan Srikanth

,

# 3100

An Empirical Analysis of Connectivity in Technology Transfers among Local Firms in ASEAN Four Economies

Masatsugu Tsuji

University of Hyogo, Graduate School of Applied Informatics

Hiroki Idota

Kinki University, Faculty of Economics

Yasushi Ueki

ERIA, Research Division

Teruyuki Bunno

Kinki University, Faculty of Business Administration

# 3101

State Capitalism, Agency Risk, and Firm Innovation: Evidence from State-Owned Enterprises in China

Nan Jia

University of Southern California, Marshall School of Business

Kenneth G. Huang

National University of Singapore, Engineering & Technology Management and NUS Business School

Cyndi Man Zhang

Singapore Management University, Strategy and Organization

# 3102

Bridging institutional voids in innovation for emerging Asian economies: The institutional entrepreneurship of University Research Centers

Debabrata Chatterjee

Indian Institute of Management, Organizational Behavior

# 3103

Iran’s innovation system: historical account of institutional roots of falling behind

Ebrahim Souzanchi Kashani

Sharif University of Technology, Graduate School of Management and Economics

# 3104

Perceived technological regime, an empirical analysis of the italian wine industry

antonio Stasi

university of foggia, safe

# 3105

The patent system as an institutional barrier to entry: Priority technologies in China

Gaétan De Rassenfosse

EPFL, CDM

Emilio Raiteri

Ecole polytechnique fédérale de Lausanne, Cdm

# 3106

Identifying causes and response strategies of growing pains:Empirical analysis using micro-data in Korean manufacturing

Taewon Kang

Seoul National University, Technology Management, Economics and Policy Program

Chulwoo Baek

Duksung Women's University, Department of International Trade

Jeong-dong Lee

Seoul National University, Technology Management, Economics and Policy Program

# 3108

Universities capabilities in facilitating spin-outs: A empirical study based on university-run enterprises evolutionary changes in china

LinBo Sun

National Tsing Hua University, Institute of Technology Management

# 3109

Investigating Firms’ Knowledge Management under Standardization: The Analysis of the Networks of Technology Specifications and Declared Essential Patents in the Telecommunication Industry

Jing-Ming Shiu

Tokyo University, Economics

Masanori Yasumoto

Yokohama National University, Graduate School of Information and Environmental Sciences

# 3110

Joint Venture Formation between Small Entrepreneurial Ventures and Foreign MNCs in an Emerging Economy

Maggie Qiuzhu Mei

Grenoble Ecole de Management, MTS

Jojo Jacob

Grenoble Ecole de Management, Management, Technology & Strategy

# 3111

Industrial Policies and Government-Business Relations in the Philippines

Nina Rodmann

Goethe University Frankfurt am Main, Faculty of Social Sciences

# 3113

Paving the path: Trade effects of standardization participation

Maximilian Von Laer

Technische Universität (TU) Berlin, Chair of Innovation Economics

# 3114

Glocal: The Influence of Global Knowledge Networks and Local Cluster Characteristics on the Innovation Performance of Photovoltaics Clusters

Pieter Stek

Delft University of Technology, Faculty of Technology, Policy & Management

Marina Van Geenhuizen

Delft University of Technology, Faculty of Technology, Policy & Management

# 3115

What do patent-based measures tell us about product commercialization? Evidence from the pharmaceutical industry

Stefan Wagner

ESMT, Strategy and Innovation

Simon Wakeman

---, Strategy and Innovation

# 3118

Channels for the Diffusion of Innovations in Industrial Clusters: The Role of Networks between Local Firms

Cintia Kulzer Sacilotto

University of Oxford, International Development

# 3120

Relationship Formation in the Market for Design Services

Michael Falk

University of Melbourne, Melbourne Business school

Kwanghui Lim

University of Melbourne, Melbourne Business School

Don O'sullivan

University of Melbourne, Melbourne Business School

# 3121

The complex effects of academic engagement on research productivity: Evidence from Italy

Alessandro Muscio

University of Foggia, 1Dipartimento di Scienze Agrarie, degli Alimenti e dell’Ambi

Laura Ramaciotti

University of Ferrara, Department of Economics and Management

Ugo Rizzo

University of Ferrara, Dipartimento di Economia e Management

# 3122

Chinese Huawei Catching up with Swedish Ericsson

Keun Lee

Seoul National University, economics

# 3123

Does Firm-Originated Knowledge Matter? Diversity and Breakthrough Innovations

Hyun Ju Jung

UNIST (Ulsan National Institute of Science and Technology), School of Business Administration

# 3187

The Geographic Scope of Public Cluster Policy

Matthias Menter

University of Augsburg, Faculty of Business and Economics

# 3194

Entrepreneurial orientations and their impact on trade-off decisions in sustainability: the case of sustainable fashion entrepreneurs

Lori Divito

University of Manchester, Manchester Business School

René Bohnsack

UCP - Catolica Lisbon School of Business & Economics, Strategy

# 3197

Deadlines, Work Flows, Task Sorting, and Work Quality

Natarajan Balasubramanian

Syracuse University, Whitman School of Management

Jay Lee

Drexel University, Management

Jagadeesh Sivadasan

University of Michigan, Ross School of Business

# 3199

How far from the tree does the (good) apple fall? Spinout generation and the survival of high-tech firms

Roberto Fontana

University of Pavia & ICRIOS-Bocconi University, Economics and Management

LORENZO Zirulia

University of Bologna, Department of Economics

# 3200

Firms’ identification with technology clusters and knowledge sharing between firms

Nina Geilinger

ETH Zurich, Chair of Strategic Management and Innovation

Georg Von Krogh

ETH Zürich, MTEC

Stefan Haefliger

City University London, Cass Business School

# 3201

The Global Family Patents of Multinational Corporations

Heather Berry

George Washington University, International Business Department

# 3204

Executive Compensation Inequality and Corporate Innovation

Mario Daniele Amore

Bocconi University, Management & Technology

Virgilio Failla

LMU Munich, ISTO

# 3205

Supplier innovation and involvement in customer firms A matter of learning and exhaustion?

Poul Houman Andersen

Aalborg University, Business and Management

Ina Drejer

Aalborg University, Department of Business and Management

Christian Richter Oestergaard

Aalborg University, Department of Business and Management

# 3207

R&D Subsidies and Firms’ Cost of Debt

Sarah Demeulemeester

KU Leuven, Managerial Economics, Strategy and Innovation

Hanna Hottenrott

Heinrich Heine University Duesseldorf, Duesseldorf Institute for Competition Economics (DICE)

# 3210

Mobile Information and Communication Technologies, Flexible Work Organization and Labor Productivity: Firm-Level Evidence

Steffen Viete

Zentrum für Europäische Wirtschaftsforschung GmbH (ZEW) Mannheim, "Information and Communication Technologies" Research Depar

Daniel Erdsiek

Zentrum für Europäische Wirtschaftsforschung GmbH (ZEW) Mannheim, "Information and Communication Technologies" Research Depart

# 3212

Are Genetics and Environment Substitutes or Complements in affecting Entrepreneurial Choice?

Diego Zunino

Copenhagen Business School, INO

# 3213

Technological diversity in Europe: empirical evidence from agro-food projects sponsored by the 7th Framework Programme

Alessandro Muscio

University of Foggia, 1Dipartimento di Scienze Agrarie, degli Alimenti e dell’Ambi

Andrea Ciffolilli

Ismeri Europa, -

# 3219

ORPHAN DRUG DESIGNATIONS AS VALUABLE INTANGIBLE ASSETS FOR IPO INVESTORS IN PHARMA-BIOTECH COMPANIES

Diego Useche

University of Bordeaux, Economics and Management

Philippe Gorry

Research Unit in Theoritical & Applied Economics - UMR CNRS 5113, University of Bordeaux, Pessac, FR, Gretha

# 3220

Only Time Will Tell? Recombinant Lag and the Technological Value of Inventions

Holmer Kok

University of Groningen, Faculty of Economics and Business

Dries Faems

University of Groningen, Innovation, Management and Strategy

Pedro De Faria

University of Groningen, Faculty of Economics and Business

# 3221

Family Background and Entrepreneurship

Matthew J. Lindquist

Stockholm University, Swedish Institute for Social Research

Joeri Sol

University of Amsterdam, Amsterdam Business School

Mirjam Van Praag

Copenhagen Business School, Innovation and Organizational Economics

Theodor Lucian Vladasel

Copenhagen Business School, Department of Innovation and Organizational Economics

# 3222

Genesis of Pre-Commercialization Innovation Ecosystem: Knowledge Recombination in the Pre-Commercialization phase of Charge-Coupled Device vision sensors-- 1969-1994

Raja Roy

Northeastern Illinois University, Management

Mitrabarun Sarkar

Temple University, Strategic Management

# 3227

Penalizing the Underdogs? Employment Protection and the Competitive Dynamics of Firm Innovation

Daniel Dongil Keum

NYU Stern, Management and Organization

Kelly See

University of Colorado Denver, School of Business

# 3230

Sleeping beauties in technology - delayed recognition of breakthrough inventions

Elena M. Tur

TU/e, Technology, Innovation & Society

Joaquín M. Azagra-caro

INGENIO (CSIC-UPV), INGENIO (CSIC-UPV)

Koen Frenken

Utrecht University, Innovation Studies

# 3233

Intra-Firm Spillovers? The Stock and Flow Effects of Collocation

Evan Rawley

Columbia University, Management

Robert Seamans

New York University Stern School of Business, Management

# 3235

The marketization of higher education: A causal analysis of innovation in UK universities

Stephen Roper

Enterprise Research Centre & Warwick Business School, University of Warwick

Nola Margot Hewitt-dundas

Queen's University Belfast, Queen's University Management School

# 3238

ORGANIZATIONAL LEARNING IN RARE EVENTS: THE CASE OF LEARNING TO LITIGATE INTELLECTUAL PROPERTY (IP)

Kristina Vaarst Andersen

Copenhagen Business School, Innovation and Organizational Economics

Karin Beukel

Copenhagen University, Department for Food and Resource Economics

Beverly B Tyler

North Carolina State University, Management, Innovation, & Entrepreneurship

# 3239

Entrepreneurs facing risk: cognitive biases and conditional choices

Giulio Zichella

Copenhagen Business School, INO

Toke Reichstein

Copenhagen Business School, INO

# 3240

Entrepreneurship, Innovation and the Past Economic Crisis

Nabil Abou Lebdi

Université du Luxembourg, CREA

Katrin Hussinger

University of Luxembourg, CREA

# 3241

Antitrust, Patents, and Cumulative Innovation: Evidence from Bell Labs

Martin Watzinger

University of Munich (LMU), Economics

Thomas Fackler

University of Munich (LMU), Department of Economics

Markus Nagler

University of Munich (LMU), Economics

Monika Schnitzer

University of Munich (LMU), Economics

# 3243

The wisdom of the crowd in funding. Information heterogeneity and social networks of crowdfunders

Friedemann Polzin

Universiteit Utrecht, Utrecht University School of Economics

Helen Toxopeus

Erasmus Universiteit Rotterdam, Erasmus School of Accounting and Assurance

Erik Stam

Universiteit Utrecht, Utrecht University School of Economics

# 3244

The Learning Impact of Training Programs for Growth-oriented SME Managers: Managerial Competences and Strategic Orientation

Torben Bager

University of Southern Denmark, Department of Entrepreneurship and Relationship Management

Kent Wickstrøm Jensen

University of Southern Denmark, Department of Entrepreneurship and Relationship Management

Pia Schou Nielsen

University of Southern Denmark, Department of Entrepreneurship and Relationship Management

Jesper Piihl

University of Southern Denmark, Department of Entrepreneurship and Relationship Management

# 3245

The Relationship of Communication Strategies to Success or Failure of Crowdfunding Campaigns

Gil Avnimelech

Ono Academic College, Business Administration Faculty

Tsfira Grebelsky-lichtman

Ono Academic College, Business Administration

# 3246

Balancing Social Values and Profits in Social Business Hybrids: Scaling-Up Traps and Growth through Diversification

Esther Roca

Università Luigi Bocconi, Department of Management and Technology

Andrea Fosfuri

Università Luigi Bocconi, Department of Management and Technology

Marco Giarratana

Università Luigi Bocconi, Department of Management and Technology

# 3249

Knowledge transfer through inventor mobility: The effect on firm-level patenting

Jaana Rahko

University of Vaasa, Department of Economics

# 3251

Creating the conditions for new industry emergence: Generic complementary assets and the online gaming industry in Korea

Steven Casper

KECK Graduate Institute Claremont, School of Applied Life Sciences

Marcela Miozzo

The University of Manchester, UK, Manchester Institute of Innovation Research

Cornelia Storz

Goethe University Frankfurt, Faculty of Economics and Business Administration

# 3253

Collaborative Search Strategies for Green Innovation

Anders Ørding Olsen

CBS, Department of Innovation and Organizational Economics

Wolfgang Sofka

Copenhagen Business School, SMU

Christoph Grimpe

Copenhagen Business School, INO

# 3256

ADRESSING REPLICATION AND MODEL UNCERTAINTY: A BAYESIAN AVERAGING APPROACH APPLIED TO INNOVATION SURVEY DATA

Bernd Ebersberger

Management Center Innsbruck, Research, Innovation & Entrepreneurship

Fabrice Galia

Burgundy School of Business - Groupe ESC Dijon Bourgogne - Dijon Paris, Department of Organisation Management and Entrepreneurship

Keld Laursen

DRUID, Copenhagen Business School and NTNU Norway, Department of Innovation and Organizational Economics and De

Ammon Salter

School of Management University of Bath, School of Management

# 3257

Low-quality patents in the eye of the beholder: Evidence from multiple examiners

Gaétan De Rassenfosse

EPFL, CDM

Adam Jaffe

Motu Economic and Public Policy Research, NA

Elizabeth Webster

Swinburne University of Technology, Centre for Transformative Innovation

# 3258

Modes of Appropriability in Taiwanese Innovating Service Firms: Reconsidering the Early Study of Thoma & Bizer (2013)

Min-Nan Chen

National Chiayi University, Department of BioBusiness Management

Chia-Hung Wu

Yuan Ze University, College of Management

Ching-Hsing Chang

National Chiayi University, Department of Biobusiness Management

# 3260

Close together or far apart? The geography of host country knowledge sourcing and subsidiary’s innovation performance

Alessandra Perri

Ca' Foscari University Venice, Management

Grazia Santangelo

University of Catania, Department of Political and Social Science

# 3261

Guilt by Association

Katrin Hussinger

University of Luxembourg, CREA

Maikel Pellens

Centre for European Economic Research (ZEW), Industrial Economics and International Management

# 3263

Swimming upstream throughout the turmoil: evidence on firm growth during the Great Recession

Alessandro Arrighetti

University of Parma, Department of Economics

Fabio Landini

LUISS University, School of European Political Economy

Andrea Lasagni

University of Parma, Department of Economics

# 3264

When Can Firms Capture Value from Collaborating with Research Consortia?

Paul-Emmanuel Anckaert

KU Leuven, Department of Managerial Economics, Strategy and Innovation

Bruno Cassiman

KU Leuven & IESE Business School, Department of Managerial Economics, Strategy and Innovation

# 3266

Sensing customer needs in knowledge-intensive business services: A case study of different practices

Eija-Liisa Heikka

Oulu Business School, Department of Marketing

# 3267

Sporadic versus persistent openness and environmental innovation: An empirical study at the firm level

Caroline Daniele Mothe

University Savoie Mont Blanc, IREGE

Thuc Uyen Nguyen-thi

Luxembourg Institute of Socio-Economics Research, Labour Market

# 3270

Initial Resource Management at the Base of the Pyramid

Vegar Lein Ausrød

Norwegian University of Science and Technology, Department of Industrial Economics and Technology Management

# 3271

Technological Diversification, Uncertainty and Innovation Performance

Thomas Bolli

ETH Zurich, KOF Swiss Economic Institute

Florian Seliger

ETH Zurich, Management, Technology and Economics

Martin Wörter

ETH Zurich, KOF Swiss Economic Institute

# 3272

Inside the Virtuous Cycle between Productivity, Profitability, Investment and Corporate Growth: An Anatomy of Chinese Industrialization

XIAODAN Yu

Scuola Superiore Sant'Anna, Economics

# 3274

The causal effect of including standardsrelated documentation into patent prior art: evidence from a recent EPO policy change

Rudi Bekkers

Eindhoven University of Technology, School of Innovation Sciences

Arianna Martinelli

CNR and Scuola Superiore Sant'Anna, Institute of Economics

Federico Tamagni

Scuola Superiore Sant'Anna, Pisa, Institute of Economics

# 3276

Moving Up The Ladder: The Influence of Heterogeneous Mentors and Research Orientations on Academic Careers

Ward Ooms

Open University in the Netherlands, Faculty of Management, Science, and Technology

Claudia Werker

Delft University of Technology, Department Technology Policy and Management

Christian Hopp

RWTH Aachen University, TIME

# 3277

Do the friends of my sister Matter? A study of indirect R&D alliances and scientific performance of MNC subsidiaries

Brenda Bos

University of Groningen, Innovation, Management and Strategy

Dries Faems

University of Groningen, Innovation, Management and Strategy

Bart Leten

University of Leuven, Managerial Economics, Strategy and Innovation

Florian Noseleit

University of Groningen, Innovation, Management and Strategt

# 3278

INTERNATIONAL PATENT COLLABORATION, SOCIAL CAPITAL AND ENTREPRENEURSHIP

DANIEL Alonso-martinez

UNIVERSITY OF LEON, BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION

Nuria González-Álvarez

University of Leon, Business Administration

Mariano Nieto

University of Leon, Business Administration

# 3281

Learning-By-Being-Acquired: Post-Acquisition R&D Team Reorganization and Knowledge Transfer

Massimo Gaetano Colombo

Politecnico di Milano, Department of Management, Economics and Industrial Engineeri

Solon Moreira

IESE Business School, Entrepreneurship Department

Larissa Rabbiosi

Copenhagen Business School, International Economics and Management

# 3282

CVC Funding and Technological Evolution: Corporate Investor Power over the Syndicate and Technological Influence of New Venture’s Inventions

Rafael Corredoira

Ohio State University - Fisher College of Business, Management and Human Resources

Francesco Di Lorenzo

Copenhagen Business School, Strategic Management and Globalization

# 3287

Knowledge interdependencies in innovation ecosystems: the effect of relational competences on knowledge acquisition and co-creation between universities and businesses

Muthu (Lasandahasi Ranmuthumalie) De Silva

University of Kent, Kent Business School

Federica Rossi

Birkbeck, University of London, Department of Management

# 3288

Beyond trustified capitalism: a Schumpeterian monetary analysis of the evolving relationship between innovation and finance in the U.S.

Beniamino Callegari

BI Norwegian Business School, Department of Innovation and Economic Organization

# 3289

Patent-to-Patent Similarity: A Vector Space Model

Kenneth Younge

EPFL, CDM

Jeffrey M. Kuhn

UC Berkeley, Haas School of Business

# 3291

Patent Citations: An Examination of the Data Generating Process

Jeffrey M. Kuhn

UC Berkeley, Haas School of Business

Kenneth Younge

EPFL, CDM

# 3296

Value creation, value capturing and management challenges in the open innovation ecosystem – A qualitative study of Nano-electronics industry in Europe

Pegah Yaghmaie

Hasselt University, Strategy and Innovation Management

Wim Vanhaverbeke

Hasselt University, Innovation Management

Nadine Roijakkers

Hasselt University, Strategy and Innovation Management

# 3298

The relation between human capital and innovation at a firm level A study on a sample of European firms.

Roberto Iorio

University of Salerno, Department of Economics and Statistics

Rosamaria D'amore

University of Salerno, Department of Economics and Statistics

Giuseppe Lubrano Lavadera

University of Salerno, Department of Economics and Statistics

# 3300

The Effect of Educational Diversity in Top and Functional Management Teams on Search Strategy and Innovation of Firms

Sam Tavassoli

Lund University, CIRCLE

Torben Schubert

Lund University, CIRCLE

# 3301

R&D Learning from Failure and Success: Evidence from Biotech Industry

Tao Wang

University College London, Management Science & Innovation

# 3302

The relevance of Organizational Context in the Relationship between Cross-functional collaboration New Product Performance

Alex Da Mota Pedrosa

University of Southern Denmark, CI2M

Wolfgang Gerstlberger

University of Southern Denmark, Department of Marketing and Management

# 3305

SUSTAINABLE DEVELOPMENT OF SCIENCE: PRODUCTION OF SCIENCE VS. SCIENTISTS IN LIFE SCIENCE LABORATORIES

Sotaro Shibayama

University of Tokyo, Department of Technology Management for Innovation

# 3306

Clusters In-The-Making: A Narrative Perspective on Geographic Cluster Formation

Thomas A Bejarano

University of Massachusetts, Boston, Management

Stephan Manning

University of Massachusetts, Boston, Management and Marketing

# 3308

SHOULD I STAY OR SHOULD I GO? GRADUATE MOBILITY, EDUCATION MISMATCH, AND REGIONAL LABOUR MARKETS

Simone Sasso

UNU, MERIT

Bram Timmermans

Norwegian School of Economics/ Aalborg University, DRUID, Department of Strategy and Management

# 3309

Emergence and Implementation of Idea Management Systems: A Behavioral Theory Perspective

Michela Beretta

Aarhus University, Department of Management

Lars Frederiksen

Aarhus University, School of Business and Social Sciences, Department of managment

Viktorija Kulikovskaja

Aarhus, Management

# 3310

SEARCHING AND SHAPING THE EXTERNAL ENVIRONMENT: TOWARD A GENERAL MODEL OF NICHE CONSTRUCTION AND ENDOGENOUS SELECTION

Giovanni Gavetti

Dartmouth College, Tuck School of Business

Constance Helfat

Dartmouth College, Tuck School of Business

Luigi Marengo

LUISS University, Departement of Business and Management

# 3311

From energy suppliers to energy managers? A shift in value proposition within a changing industry

Lara-Kristin Baszok

University of York, York Management School

Beatrice D'ippolito

The York Management School, University of York, Management

# 3314

BOUND TO THE IVORY TOWER? THE INFLUENCE OF UNIVERSITY SCIENTIST MOBILITY ON UNIVERSITY-INDUSTRY COLLABORATION

Arjan Markus

Tilburg University, Department of Organization Studies

# 3316

Early and late adopters of ISO14001-type standards: Revisiting the role of firm characteristics and capabilities

serdal Ozusaglam

Leeds University Business School, Centre for Operations and Supply Chain Research (COSCR)

Stephane Robin

University of Paris 1 Panthéon - Sorbonne, Sorbonne School of Management

Chee Yew Wong

Leeds University Business School, Centre for Operations and Supply Chain Research (COSCR)

# 3318

Startup Survival and a Balanced Burn Rate

Pablo Hernandez

New York University, Abu Dhabi, Social Sciences

Ron Berman

University of Pennsylvania, The Wharton School

# 3319

At the origins of learning: Absorbing knowledge flows from within or outside the team?

Charles Ayoubi

EPFL, CDM

Michele Pezzoni

University of Nice, GREDEG

# 3322

The Mariel Boatlift- A Natural Experiment in Low-Skilled Immigration and Innovation

rachel anne Harris

University of Toronto and York University, Business Strategy and Economics

# 3323

Regional knowledge brokers, local networks and inventive performance

Julie Le Gallo

Université Bourgogne Franche-Comté, CESAER UMR1041, AgroSup Dijon, INRA

Anne Plunket

Université de Lorraine, ISAM-IAE BETA

# 3324

Funding and the Organization of Scientific Work

Hazhir Rahmandad

MIT, Sloan School of Management

Keyvan Vakili

London Business School, Strategy and Entrepreneurship

# 3326

PUBLIC KNOWLEDGE PARTNERSHIPS IN EUROPEAN RESEARCH PROJECTS AND KNOWLEDGE CREATION ACROSS R&D INSTITUTIONAL SECTORS

valentina Meliciani

LUISS University, Business and Management

# 3327

The rational and behavioral flattening forces against the decline of crowdfunding contributions at geographic distance

Kourosh Shafi

Politecnico di Milano, Il Dipartimento Ingegneria Gestionale

# 3332

Understanding productivity dynamics: a task taxonomy approach

Tiago Fonseca

Instituto Superior Técnico, Universidade de Lisboa, CEG-IST

Francisco Lima

Instituto Superior Técnico, Universidade de Lisboa, CEG-IST

Sonia C. Pereira

Barnard College, Columbia University and Columbia School of Social Work, Department of Economics

# 3333

Knowledge Diversification and Stars: Implications for the Knowledge Creation Process

Florenta Teodoridis

University of Southen California, Marshall School of Business

Keyvan Vakili

London Business School, Strategy and Entrepreneurship

Michael Bikard

London Business School, Strategy and Entrepreneurship

# 3335

Which types of knowledge-intensive business services firms collaborate for innovation with universities and benefit from such collaboration?

Hsing-fen Lee

Middlesex University London, Business School

Marcela Miozzo

University of Manchester, Manchester Business School

# 3338

Does it Pay to be Open? Corporate Knowledge Development, Community-Based Innovation & Value Creation

Dilan Aksoy Yurdagul

University of Carlos III, Madrid, Department of Economics

Sonalli Shah

University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign, College of Business

# 3339

Helpful Thirds and the Durability of Collaborative Ties

Sampsa Samila

NUS Business School, Strategy & Policy

Alexander Oettl

Georgia Institute of Technology, Scheller College of Business

Sharique Hasan

Stanford University, Stanford GSB

# 3342

EXPLAINING ORGANIZATIONAL RESPONSES TO DISRUPTIVE INNOVATIONS: A Study of Digitization in the Dutch Music Industry

Amber Geurts

University of Groningen, Innovation Management & Srategy / Faculty of Economics & Bus

Thijs Broekhuizen

University of Groningen, Innovation management & Strategy

Wilfred Dolfsma

Loughborough University London, Glendonbrook Institute for Enterprise Development

# 3344

The Curse of Knowledge - When Positive Knowledge Turns Negative

Dirk Martignoni

Herr, Institute of Management

# 3345

Searching potential R&D collaborators of biosensor based on patent analysis

Wei-Ying Chen

National Chengchi University, Graduate Institute of Technology & Innovation Management

# 3347

Technological regime and firm innovative entries: A knowledge structure perspective

Chia-hung Wu

Yuan Ze University, College of Management

Min-Nan Chen

National Chiayi University, Department of BioBusiness Management

# 3348

Entrepreneurial Firm’s Corporate Governance and R&D Investment Strategy: The Effects of Corporate Venture Capital Ownership, Founder Incumbency, and Their Interaction

Heejin Woo

California State University, Fullerton, Mihaylo College of Business and Economics

Yongwook (Yong) Paik

Washington Univ. in St. Louis , Olin Business School

# 3350

Conditions for entrepreneurial ecosystem development – the SMEs perspective

Agnieszka Radziwon

University of Southern Denmark, Innovation and Design Engineering

Marcel Bogers

University of Copenhagen, Department of Food and Resource Economics

Alexander Brem

University of Southern Denmark, Innovation and Design Engineering

# 3352

Are “Better” Ideas More Likely to Succeed? An Empirical Analysis of Startup Evaluation

Erin Lynne Scott

National University of Singapore, Strategy and Policy

Pian Shu

Harvard Business School, Technology and Operations Management

Roman Lubynsky

MIT, Venture Mentoring Service

# 3353

Team composition in pushed and pulled spin-outs

Monia Lougui

KTH Royal Institute of Technology, Department of industrial economics and management

# 3362

Exploration during turbulent times: an analysis of the effects of R&D cooperation on radical innovation performance during the economic crisis

Lorena M. D'agostino

University of Barcelona, FBG BBVA

Rosina Moreno

University of Barcelona, AQR-IREA Research Group Department of Econometrics

# 3363

When do Industries Modularize? Firm Actions and the Role of Product and Organization Architecture

Richard Tee

LUISS, Department of Management

# 3366

SPIN-OFFS AS CORE VEHICLES FOR BUSINESS MODEL INNOVATION: AN ATTENTION-BASED VIEW

Roman Sauer

University of St. Gallen, Institute of technology Management

Karolin Frankenberger

University of St. Gallen, Institute of Technology Management

Bernhard Lingens

University of St. Gallen, Institute of Technology Management

Oliver Gassmann

University of St. Gallen, Institute of technology Management

# 3369

Gimme Shelter – A Discrete Choice Experiment to Explain Entrepreneurs’ Choice of an Incubator

Marijn A Van Weele

Utrecht University, Innovation Studies

Frank J Van Rijnsoever

Utrecht University, Innovation Studies

Menno Groen

Utrecht University, Innovation Studies

Ellen Moors

Utrecht University, Innovation Studies

# 3370

Dynamic capabilities in young entrepreneurial ventures: evidence from Europe

Aimilia Protogerou

National Technical University of Athens, Laboratory of Industrial and Energy Economics

Yannis Caloghirou

National Technical University of Athens, Laboratory of Industrial and Energy Economics

# 3371

Corporate scientists as triggers of transitions in firms' R&D strategies

Andres Barge-gil

Complutense University, Quantitative Economics

Pablo D'este

Polytechnic university of Valnecia, INGENIO (CSIC-UPV)

Liliana Herrera / Universidad De Leon - Cif 2432001b

University of Leon, Department of Business Administration

# 3375

National technological innovation systems: Taiwan’s biodiesel innovation system (1997–2015)

CHAO CHEN Chung

National Cheng Kung University, Department of Political Science

# 3377

Industry-University R&D Collaboration and Innovative Performance of Greek Manufacturing Firms in Times of Crisis: Do Interactions of Knowledge Flows and Knowledge Stocks Matter?

Yannis Caloghirou

National Technical University of Athens, Laboratory of Industrial and Energy Economics

Ioannis Giotopoulos

University of Peloponnese, Department of Economics

Efthymia Korra

Foundation for Economic and Industrial Research (IOBE), Department of Microeconomics

Aggelos Tsakanikas

National Technical University of Athens, Laboratory of Industrial and Energy Economics

# 3378

Better Late Than Never: a longitudinal quantile regression approach to the interplay of green technology, employment and age

Riccardo Leoncini

University of Bologna, Department of Economics

Alberto Marzucchi

Catholic University of Milan, Dept. of International Economics, Institutions and Developme

Sandro Montresor

Kore University of Enna, Faculty of Economics and Law

Francesco Rentocchini

f.rentocchini@soton.ac.uk, University of Southampton, Southampton Business School

Ugo Rizzo

University of Ferrara, Dipartimento di Economia e Management

# 3380

EMBRACING THE SHARKS; THE IMPACT OF INFORMATION EXPOSURE ON THE LIKELIHOOD AND QUALITY OF CVC INVESTMENTS

Ali Mohammadi

Royal institute of technology (KTH), INDUSTRIAL ECONOMICS AND MANAGEMENT

Pooyan Khashabi

Ludwig Maximilian University, ISTO

# 3381

Incentives (Competition), Feedback, and Innovation Performance: Evidence from an Experimental Study

Jessica Good

York University, Human Resource Management

Anita Boey

York University, Human Resource Management

You-Ta Chuang

York University, School of Administrative Studies

# 3384

A configurational analysis of vertical and horizontal coordination mechanisms to sustain value appropriation from innovation

Giulia Solinas

University of Liverpool, School of Management

# 3386

Firms’ innovation objectives and knowledge acquisition strategies: a comparative analysis

Stephen Roper

Enterprise Research Centre & Warwick Business School, University of Warwick

Bettina Becker

Aston University, Aston Business School

James Love

Enterprise Research Centre & Warwick Business School, University of Warwick

Karen Bonner

Enterprise Research Centre & Aston Business School, Aston University

# 3387

Greenagers out in Town – Collaboration Patterns of Renewable Energy Innovators

Jesper Lindgaard Christensen

Aalborg, Dept. of Business Studies

Daniel S. Hain

University of Aalborg, Department of Business and Management

Leticia Antunes Nogueira

Aalborg University, Dept. of Business and Management

# 3391

MANAGING INNOVATION NETWORKS: A MULTIPLEX ANALYSIS OF THE GLOBAL WIND POWER INDUSTRY

Snehal S Awate

Indian School of Business, Strategy

Marcus Møller Larsen

Copenhagen Business School, SMG

Ram Mudambi

Temple University, Strategic Management Department

# 3393

Research funding, time allocation and academic productivity: Evidence from university faculties in China

Xi Yang

Shanghai Jiao Tong University, Center for Science and Technology Policy

Li Liu

Shanghai Jiao Tong Univesity, Graduate School of Education

Junwen Zhu

Shanghai Jiao Tong University, Graduate School of Education

# 3394

Second wind for innovation: strategies and intended innovation outcomes in a mature process industry

Ksenia Onufrey

Linköping University, Management and Engineering

Anna Bergek

Linköping University, Department of Management and Engineering

# 3395

Innovation Success in Context

Marc Lerchenmueller

Yale University, School of Management

# 3397

Barriers to low-carbon innovation and consequences for finance in innovation studies literature

Friedemann Polzin

Universiteit Utrecht, Utrecht University School of Economics

# 3400

How patent function integration with R&D influence the value of patents

Karin Beukel

Copenhagen University, Department for Food and Resource Economics

Finn Valentin

Copenhagen Business School, Innovation and Organizational Economics

# 3402

How to achieve organizational ambidexterity? Be fractal and dynamic

Lesya Dymyd

Universite de Strasbourg, Bureau d'Economie Theorique et Appliquee (BETA)

Patrick Llerena

University of Strasbourg, Bureau d'Economie Theorique et Appliquee (BETA)

# 3404

Building expertise: How do firms improve product quality based on Breadth/Depth of experience and proper timing during incremental and radical changes?

Oleksii Koval

the University of Groningen, Innovation management & Strategy

Thijs Broekhuizen

University of Groningen, Innovation management & Strategy

Wilfred Dolfsma

Loughborough University London, Glendonbrook Institute for Enterprise Development

Eelko Huizingh

University of Groningen, Innovation management & Strategy

Andrey Martovoy

Luxembourg Institute of Science and Technology, ITIS

# 3407

ALLIANCES AND THE INNOVATION PERFORMANCE OF CORPORATE AND PUBLIC RESEARCH SPIN-OFF FIRMS

Boris Lokshin

Maastricht University, Organization & Strategy

John Hagedoorn

UNU, Merit

Stephane Malo

American University of Paris, Entrepreneurship and Innovation Management

# 3410

Dependency Challenges, Complementor Maturity and Response Strategies: Joining a Multi-Sided Platform Ecosystem

Elizabeth Jane Altman

University of Massachusetts Lowell, Management

# 3413

Inefficiencies in Essential Patent Pool Formation; Are Pool Administrators also involved?

Pooyan Khashabi

Ludwig Maximilian University, ISTO

# 3414

Lowering Entry Barriers (but also Providing Resources): How Governments Spur Founding

Daniel Erian Armanios

Carnegie Mellon University, Engineering and Public Policy

Charles Eesley

Stanford University, Management Science and Engineering

# 3417

Recoding Practices in Categorical Emergence: the “Rite of Spring” (1913) and the Bifurcation of Ballet

Stoyan V. Sgourev

ESSEC Business School - Paris, Management

# 3418

Innovation Diffusion Through Generation Cohorts

Anil R Doshi

UCL School of Management, Strategy and Entrepreneurship

# 3422

Sectoral patterns versus firm-level heterogeneity - the dynamics of eco-innovation strategies in the automotive sector

Lourenço Galvão Diniz Faria

Technical University of Denmark, Management Engineering/Technology and Innovation Management

Maj Munch Andersen

Technical University of Denmark, Management Engineering/Technology and Innovation Management

# 3423

Fitness landscapes in organizational theory: Research challenges and future directions

oana Vuculescu

Aarhus University, BADM

Carsten Bergenholtz

Aarhus University, Department of Management

Mads Kock

Aarhus University, Department of Physics and Astronomy

Jacob Sherson

Aarhus University, Department of Physic and Astronomy

# 3424

Determinants of citation impact in the Global South

Hugo Confraria

Maastricht University & United Nations University, UNU-MERIT

Manuel Mira Godinho

ISEG (Lisbon School of Economics and Management), Universidade de Lisboa, UECE (Research Unit on Complexity and Economics)

Lili Wang

Maastricht University & United Nations University, UNU-MERIT

# 3425

Entrant and Incumbent Imitators: Niche Dynamics and Performance Outcomes Following a Trailblazer Product

Hakan Ozalp

LMU Munich, ISTO

Tobias Kretschmer

LMU Munich, ISTO

# 3426

Satisfaction of entrepreneurs: A comparison between founders and successors

Giancarlo Lauto

University of Udine, Department of Economics and Statistics

# 3428

The Co-location of Innovation and Production in Clusters

Mercedes Delgado

MIT Sloan, TIES

# 3431

Leveraging radical acquired technologies to innovate: The moderating effect of star scientists and upstream strategic alliances

Antonio Messeni Petruzzelli

Politecnico di Bari, Department of Mechanics, Mathematics, and Management

Angelo Natalicchio

Politecnico di Bari, Department of Mechanics, Mathematics, and Management

Achille Claudio Garavelli

Politecnico di Bari, Department of Mechanics, Mathematics, and Management

# 3432

Strategic Patent Acquisition of Patent Assertion Entities and Defensive Patent Aggregators

Seokbeom Kwon

Georgia Institute of Technology, School of Public Policy

Matej Drev

Georgia Institute of Technology, School of Public Policy

# 3436

Entrepreneurial clusters and the co-agglomeration of related industries

Carla Costa

Utrecht University, USE - Utrecht School of Economics

Rui Baptista

IST - Technical University of Lisbon, DEG

# 3440

Micro-foundations of problem solving: What determines how individuals search?

oana Vuculescu

Aarhus University, BADM

Carsten Bergenholtz

Aarhus University, Department of Management

# 3441

A tale of untold heroes: How universities affect PhDs’ start-ups in Italy

Alessandro Muscio

University of Foggia, 1Dipartimento di Scienze Agrarie, degli Alimenti e dell’Ambi

Laura Ramaciotti

University of Ferrara, Department of Economics and Management

Ugo Rizzo

University of Ferrara, Dipartimento di Economia e Management

# 3443

The role of the government in promoting and steering cluster development: The case of an energy cluster

Anne-Lorene Vernay

Grenoble Ecole de Management, MTS

Beatrice D'ippolito

The York Management School, University of York, Management

Jonatan Pinkse

University of Manchester, Innovation Management and Policy

# 3446

How do Innovation Vouchers Influence Senior Managers’ Attitudes to Innovation?

Gary Chapman

Queen's University Belfast, Queen's University Management School

Nola Margot Hewitt-dundas

Queen's University Belfast, Queen's University Management School

# 3448

How Technology Transfer is Understood in the “Field”? Towards a Systemic Analysis of Technology Transfer in Estonian Biotechnology Sector

Margit Kirs

Tallinn University of Technology, Ragnar Nurkse School of Innovation and Governance

Veiko Lember

Tallinn University of Technology, Ragnar Nurkse School of Innovation and Technology

Erkki Karo

Tallinn University of Technology, Ragnar Nurkse School of Innovation and Governance

# 3449

Designing performance-based incentives for innovation intermediaries: evidence from regional innovation poles

Margherita Russo

University of Modena and Reggio Emilia, Department of Economics

Annalisa Caloffi

University of Padova, Department of Economics and Management

Federica Rossi

Birkbeck, University of London, Department of Management

Riccardo Righi

University of Modena and Reggio Emilia, Department of Economics

# 3450

Up in the Air? A study of the factors driving firm participation in the social and economic life of a creative and digital cluster

Roberto Camerani

University of Sussex, SPRU

Juan Mateos-garcia

Nesta, Creative Industries

# 3451

Knowledge, clusters, firm performance and Resilience

Martin Mathews

University of Westminster, Strategy and Marketing

Stephan Ludwig

University of Westminster, Strategy and Marketing

Peter Stokes

University of Chester, Management

# 3452

Market valuation of intellectual property assets

Mafini Dosso

European Commission, DG Joint Research Center

Antonio Vezzani

European Commission, Joint Research Centre - IPTS

# 3455

Barriers in Profiting from Inbound Open Innovation: A Contingency Approach of Organizational Design

Bernadette Alexa Baumstark

University of Mannheim, Business Administration / Area Management

# 3462

Does VC Involvement Affect Branding Strategies in Technology Ventures?

Enrico Forti

UCL School of Management, Strategy & Entrepreneurship

Federico Munari

University of Bologna, Department of Management

Chunxiang Zhang

University of Bologna, Management

# 3463

Analysing the drivers of firm-level innovation: a holistic multilevel approach

Helena Lenihan

University of Limerick, Department of Economics

Helen Mcguirk

University of Limerick, Department of Economics, Kemmy Business School

# 3464

Independent Boards and Innovation

Benjamin Balsmeier

TU Freiberg, Int. Management and Corporate Strategy

# 3466

Fast success and slow failure: An examination of the costs of collaboration across formal boundaries

Louise Mors

CBS, SMG

David Waguespack

University of Maryland, Management and Organization

# 3469

How do Start-ups Recognize the Value of External Knowledge and Acquire it? A Study on Absorptive Capacity in B2B Start-ups

Chris Baier

Founderio, CEO

Annika Lorenz

Hasselt University, Innovation Management

# 3470

The Microgeography of University-Industry Collaboration: The Case of Joint Laboratories of Telecom Italia

Maral Mahdad

Scuola Superiore Sant'Anna, Institute of Management

Marcel Bogers

University of Copenhagen, Department of Food and Resource Economics

Andrea Piccaluga

Scuola Superiore Sant'Anna, Institute of Management

# 3473

Catch-up and connectivity to global innovation system: Focusing on business groups in newly industrialized countries in East Asia

Eunkyung Park

Aalborg University, Department of Business and Management

Ahreum Lee

Temple University, Strategic Management Department

Ram Mudambi

Temple University, Strategic Management Department

# 3475

LEVERAGING WHO YOU KNOW BY WHAT YOU KNOW: RETURNS TO RELATIONAL AND HUMAN CAPITAL

Heejung Byun

University of Maryland, Management and Organizations

Justin Frake

University of Maryland, Management and Organization

Rajshree Agarwal

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# 3478

Growth of Start-ups: Do Experienced Hires fuel growth?

Anusha Sirigiri

Bocconi University, Management & Technology

# 3481

In ICT, Small is Big: The impact of R&D on ICT firm performance

Pantelis Koutroumpis

Imperial College Business School, Innovation and Entrepreneurship

Aija Leiponen

Cornell University, Dyson School of Applied Economics and Management

Llewellyn D. W. Thomas

Abu Dhabi School of Management, Innovation & Entrepreneurship

# 3482

Paying for Creativity: The Effect of Piece-Rate vs. Time-Rate Compensation on Quality of Work

alid Hejazi

University of Toronto, Rotman School of Management

Brian S. Silverman

University of Toronto, Rotman School of Management

Brent Perekoppi

University of Toronto, Rotman School of Management

# 3484

Role of Business Model Innovation and Public-Private Partnership in the Development of New Energy Vehicles: Experience from Hangzhou, China

Jun Jin

Zhejiang University, School of Management

Maureen Mckelvey

University of Gothenburg, School of Business, Economics and Law

Aijun Ruan

Taizhou University, School of Management

Min Guo

Zhejiang University, School of Management

# 3487

Near or far: How geographic distance shapes prices in exchange relations

Amandine Ody-brasier

Yale School of Management, OB group

# 3496

Scaling Moore’s Wall: A Public-Private Partnership in Search of a Technological Revolution

Hassan Khan

Carnegie Mellon University, Engineering and Public Policy

David Hounshell

Carnegie Mellon University, Social and Decision Sciences

Erica Fuchs

Carnegie Mellon University, Engineering and Public Policy

# 3497

Global Innovation Systems – towards a conceptual framework for systemic innovation conditions in transnational contexts

Christian Binz

Lund University, CIRCLE

Bernhard Truffer

Utrecht University, Faculty of Geosciences

Lars Coenen

Lund University, CIRCLE

# 3499

BUSINESS INCUBATION MODELS IN DEVELOPING COUNTRIES: EVIDENCE FROM EGYPT

Boris Mrkajic

Politecnico di Milano, Department of Management, Economics and Industrial Engineeri

# 3500

Smart people come, smart people go: What spin-off entrepreneurs already know and what they take from their previous employers.

Dominik Peter Heinisch

University of Kassel, Economic Policy Research

Guido Buenstorf

University of Kassel, Department of Economics and INCHER-Kassel

# 3501

When vicarious learning rewards the originating firm: An exploratory study of the learning opportunities available to the licensor

Sara Lombardi

LUISS Guido Carli, Business and Management

Paola Belingheri

LUISS Guido Carli, Management

Maria Isabella Leone

LUISS Guido Carli, Management

# 3502

Acting the same but different: The origins and dynamics of habits and routines

Peter Bryant

IE Business School, Entrepreneurship

# 3504

Potluck or Chef de Cuisine? Knowledge Diversity and Award-Winning Inventor Teams

Dennis Verhoeven

KU Leuven VAT: BE0419052173, Managerial Economics, Strategy and Innovation

# 3505

Hiring New Key Inventors to Improve Post-Merger Innovation

Marta Fernandez De Arroyabe Arranz

University of Luexembourg, Management Department/CREA

John Hagedoorn

UNU, Merit

Katrin Hussinger

University of Luxembourg, CREA

# 3508

INNOVATION PERFORMANCE AND CORPORATE GOVERNANCE IN EUROPE: A NEW PERSPECTIVE

Malgorzata Kurak

Autonomous University of Barcelona, Business Department

Miguel Garcia-cestona

Autonomous University of Barcelona, Business Department

Teresa Garcia-marco

Public University of Navarre, Business Administration Department

# 3510

The investment-divestment relationship: Resource shifts and intersubsidiary competition within MNEs

Vivien Procher

University of Wuppertal, Jackstaedt Center for Entrepreneurship & Innovation Research

Dirk Engel

University of Applied Science Stralsund, International Managment

# 3511

From employees to business owners: How did unlikely entrepreneurs make a career transition with the support of Nokia

Ana Luiza Burcharth

Fundação Dom Cabral, Department of management

Pernille Smith

Aarhus University, School of Business and Social Science, Dept of Management

Lars Frederiksen

Aarhus University, School of Business and Social Sciences, Department of managment

# 3512

The Dynamics of Entrepreneurial, Strategic and Network Based Factors in the Formation of R&D Intensive Entrepreneurial Born Global Firms

Monika Petraite

Kaunas University of Technology, Department of Strategic Management

Vytaute Dlugoborskyte

Kaunas University of Technology, Department of Strategic Management

# 3513

The Location of Academic Institutions and Knowledge Flow to Industry: Evidence from Simultaneous Discoveries

michael Bikard

lbs, entrepreneurship

Matt Marx

MIT, Sloan School of Management

# 3514

Linking PsyCap and creativity: the moderating influence of supervisor support for creativity and job characteristics

Wenjing Cai

VU University Amsterdam, science business & innovation

Evgenia Lysova

VU University Amsterdam, Department of Management and Organization

Bart Bossink

VU University Amsterdam, Department of Science, Business and Innovation

Svetlana Khapova

VU University Amsterdam, Department of Management and Organization

# 3516

Variation in the dynamics and performance of industrial innovation: What can we learn from vaccines and HIV vaccines?

Ohid Yaqub

University of Sussex, SPRU

# 3527

A fresh look at patent citations

Jurrien Bakker

KU LEUVEN, Department of Managerial Economics, Strategy and Innovation

Bart Van Looy

K.U. Leuven, Managerial Economics, Strategy and Innovation / INCENTIM-ECO

# 3529

The evolutionary roots of adaptive capacity: How the past quirks of an organization’s environment influence its future latitude

Allard Van Mossel

Utrecht University, Innovation Studies

# 3530

Knowledge distance and innovation in the context of mergers: A bridge too far?

Shinjinee Chattopadhyay

University of Illinois at Urbana Champaign, Management

David H. Hsu

University of Pennsylvania, Wharton School, Management Department

# 3532

INTERORGANIZATIONAL NETWORK, BOTTLENECKS AND ARCHITECTURAL ADVANTAGE IN AN EMERGING INDUSTRY

Nina Hampl

University of Klagenfurt, Dep. of Operations, Energy, and Environmental Management

Paola Belingheri

LUISS Guido Carli, Management

Wolfgang Sachsenhofer

WU Vienna, Strategic Management

Monica Masucci

Univeristy of Sussex, Business and Management

# 3533

Competitive Pressures and Transition to Entrepreneurship. Empirical Evidence from Female Workers

Virgilio Failla

LMU Munich, ISTO

Francesca Melillo

KU LEUVEN, Managerial Economics, Strategy and Innovation (MSI)

Toke Reichstein

Copenhagen Business School, INO

# 3535

Small business and economic growth: does involvement in technology make a difference? An assessment on the level of European countries.

Jan-Bart Vervenne (be 0419 052 173)

KU Leuven, Managerial Economics, Strategy & Innovation

Bart Van Looy

K.U. Leuven, Managerial Economics, Strategy and Innovation / INCENTIM-ECO

# 3537

Access to Finance and Corporate Social Responsibility: Evidence from a Quasi - Natural Experiment

Vanya Rusinova

Copenhagen Business School, International Economics and Management

Georg Wernicke

Copenhagen Business School, International Economics and Management

# 3540

Late Globalization and Evolution and Metamorphoses of Industries: Evidence from Danish Textile and Fashion Industry

Behnam Boujarzadeh

Aalborg University, Theory Building Research Programme

Romeo V. Turcan

Aalborg University, Department of Business and Management

Nikhilesh Dholakia

University of Rhode Island, College of Business Administration

# 3541

Design myopia and vicarious learning from good versus bad examples: Evidence from creative design competitions

Christoph Riedl

Northeastern University, D'Amore-McKim School of Business

Victor Seidel

Babson College, FW Olin Graduate School of Business

# 3542

THE COST OF COLLABORATING WITH CLIMBERS OF STATUS HIERARCHIES: STATUS DYNAMICS, TIE CREATION AND PERFORMANCE IN SCIENCE

Jacob Jeppesen

Copenhagen Business School, Department of Innovation and Organizational Economics

Kristina Vaarst Andersen

Copenhagen Business School, Innovation and Organizational Economics

# 3546

Varieties of the Concept of National Innovation Systems

Marija Rakas

Aalborg University, Business and Management

Daniel S. Hain

University of Aalborg, Department of Business and Management

# 3547

What makes an academic active in knowledge transfer process?

Anna Dabrowska

University of Warsaw, Department of Local Development and Policy

# 3548

THE IMPACT OF LEARNING AND OVERCONFIDENCE ON ENTREPRENEURIAL ENTRY AND EXIT

John S Chen

University of Florida, Management

David Croson

Southern Methodist University, Cox School of Business

Daniel Walter Elfenbein

Washington University in St. Louis, Olin Business School

Hart E. Posen

University of Wisconsin-Madison, School of Business

# 3551

The Interplay of Paradoxical Tensions in Ambidexterity

Nhien Nguyen

Norwegian University of Science and Technology, Industrial economics and technology management

Rikke Stoud Platou

NTNU, Department of Industrial Economics and Technology Management

# 3553

The power of failure to ignite sensemaking and problem setting

Nhien Nguyen

Norwegian University of Science and Technology, Industrial economics and technology management

Marta Angelica Oliveira Morais-storz

NTNU, Dep. of Industrial Economics & Tech. Management

Alf Steinar Sætre

Norwegian University of Science and Technology, Industrial economics and technology management

# 3554

Distance Dilemma: The Effects of Knowledge Distance on Solvers' Participation in Innovation Crowdsourcing

Christoph Ihl

Hamburg University of Technology, TUHH Institute of Entrepreneurship

Robin Kleer

Berlin University of Technology, Technology and Innovation Management Group

Jan Reerink

Hamburg University of Technology, TUHH Institute of Entrepreneurship

# 3556

Geography of Valuation: a Real World Laboratory Approach using the Example of Basel Art Fairs

Max-Peter Menzel

Universität Hamburg, Geography

Tina Haisch

Bern University, Economic Geography

# 3557

Transition to the open access model of academic publishing: a psychological perspective

Dagmara Maria Weckowska

University of Sussex, Business and Management

# 3559

Categorical Design Departure and Symbolic Enhancement: A Study of the Receiver-in-the-Ear Hearing Aid Style

Anders Dahl Krabbe

University of Southern Denmark, Department of Marketing and Management

# 3561

Intellectual Property Protection and Industry Development: The Case of the Mountain Bike Industry

Kenny Ching

University College London, School of Management

Sean Schrauben

University College London, School of Management

Martin Langner

University College London, School of Management

# 3562

Up, Down, and Sideways: Innovation in China and the Case of Plug-in Vehicles

John Paul Helveston

Carnegie Mellon University, Engineering and Public Policy

Erica R. H. Fuchs

Carnegie Mellon University, Engineering and Public Policy

Yanmin Wang

Beijing Normal University, Global Change and Earth System Science

# 3565

Funding, Innovation, and Firm Formation: How Entrepreneurs Respond to Investment Booms

Julian Kolev

Southern Methodist University, Strategy and Entrepreneurship

# 3566

Federal Funding and the Rate and Direction of Inventive Activity

Rafael Corredoira

Ohio State University - Fisher College of Business, Management and Human Resources

Brent Goldfarb

University of Maryland, Department of Management and Organizations

Yuan Shi

University of Maryland, Department of Management and Organization

# 3570

Colocation and Geographic Proximity in Markets for Technology

Goretti Cabaleiro Cervino

Universidad Alberto Hurtado, Faculty of Economics and Business

Ayfer Ali

Universidad Carlos III de Madrid, Department of Business Administration

# 3571

Geographic Locations and Entrepreneurship: Evidence from Randomized Housing

Laura Doering

University of Toronto, Strategic Management

Christopher C. Liu

University of Toronto/Rotman School of Management, Strategic Management

# 3573

Is There a Virtuous Cycle Between Venture Capital Performance and Status?

Oliver Gottschalg

HEC Paris, Strategy

Bo Kyung Kim

Yonsei University, Strategy

gordon Walker

cox school of business, smu, dallas, strategy and entrepreneurship

# 3576

Effort and Selection Effects of Performance Pay in Knowledge Creation

Erina Ytsma

MIT, Sloan - IDE

# 3580

From Field Consensus to Fragmentation: How Means-ends Decoupling Hinders Progress on Grand Challenges

Siobhan O'mahony

Boston University, Strategy and Innovation

Stine Grodal

Boston University, Strategy and Innovation

# 3583

A Dynamic View on Family Firms’ Innovation Behavior

Sandra Gottschalk

ZEW, Industrial Economics and International Management

Peters Bettina

ZEW, Industrial Economics and International Managment

Jonas Steeger

University of Hamburg, Marketing & Innovation

# 3584

International knowledge sourcing and innovation in the Danish wind power industry: an example of multi-locational innovation processes

Anne Nygaard Tanner

Lunds Universitet, CIRCLE

# 3586

The dual role of intermediaries as a bridge among new venture founding teams, ordinary investors and new venture performance. The case of the film industry.

Angelo Tomaselli

Bologna University, Management

Prof. Joris J. Ebbers

University of Amsterdam, Entrepreneurship

Prof. Salvatore Torrisi

Univeristy of Bologna, Management

# 3587

Local Cluster Growth and Global Brain Circulation: Organic Process or Coordinated Effort?

Stephan Manning

University of Massachusetts, Boston, Management and Marketing

Cristiano Richter

UNISINOS University, Graduate Program of Industrial Engineering

# 3588

Patent Races: Empirical evidence on when they happen and what impact they have on innovation

Neil C Thompson

Sloan School of Management, TIES

Jeffrey M. Kuhn

UC Berkeley, Haas School of Business

# 3594

RAISING INNOVATIVENESS THROUGH ADOPTION AND USE OF ORGANIZATIONAL PRACTICES AND PROCESS TECHNOLOGIES

Rita Faullant

Alpen-Adria Universitaet Klagenfurt, Department of Innovation Management and Entrepreneurship

Mette Praest Knudsen

SDU, Department of Marketing & Management