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Summary - All Articles - Capturing Value from Innovation & Cooperating for Innovation

Courses: Capturing Value from Innovation & Cooperating for Innovation
Study: MSc Strategic Innovation Management

This summary includes all mandatory articles for the two courses Capturing Value from Innovation & Cooperating for Innovation. The following summaries are included:

CAPTURING VALUE FROM INNOVATION

1.1. Inventors and invention processes in Europe: Results from the PatVal-EU survey
Giuri et al.
2007

1.2. How firms capture value from their innovations
James, Leiblein & Lu
2013

1.3. Protecting knowledge: how legal requirements to reveal information affect the importance of secrecy
Sofka, de Faria & Shehu
2018

1.4. Strategic Management of Technological Innovation: Chapter 9
Schilling
2010

2.1. Appropriability, preemption, and firm performance
Ceccagnoli
2008

2.2. Profiting from technological innovation: implications for integration, collaboration, licensing and public policy
Teece
1986

2.3. Business models, business strategy and innovation
Teece
2010

3.1. Open innovation: a new paradigm for understanding industrial innovation
Chesbrough
2006

3.2. Open for innovation: the role of openness in explaining innovation performance among U.K. manufacturing firms
Laursen & Salter
2006

3.3. The paradox of openness: appropriability, external search and collaboration
Laursen & Salter
2014

3.4. Open innovation: the next decade
West, Salter, Vanhaverbeke & Chesbrough
2014

4.1. The effect of superstar software on hardware sales in system markets
Binken & Stremersch
2008

4.2. Platform competition: strategic trade-offs in platform markets
Cennamo & Santalo
2013

4.3. Strategies for two-sided markets
Eisenmann, Parker & Van Alstyne
2006

5.1. Digital music consumption on the Internet: evidence from clickstream data
Aguiar & Martens
2016

5.2. Business models’ responses to digital piracy
Aversa, Hervas-Drane & Evenou
2019

6.1. New horizons or a strategic mirage? Artist-led distribution versus alliance strategy in the video game industry
Broekhuizen, Lampel & Rietveld
2012

6.2. Why some awards are more effective signals of quality than others: a study of movie awards
Gemser, Leenders & Wijnberg
2008

6.3. Empirical generalizations on the impact of stars on the economic success of movies
Hofmann, Clement, Völckner & Hennig-Thurau
2017

COOPERATING FOR INNOVATION

1.1. Strategic networks
Gulati, Nohria & Zaheer
2000

1.2. Transaction cost and resource-based explanations of joint ventures: a comparison and synthesis
Tsang
2000

1.3. Alliance portfolios: a review and research agenda
Wassmer
2010

2.1. Crossing the industry-line: breakthrough innovation through cross-industry alliances with ‘non-suppliers’
Gassman, Zeschky, Wolff & Stahl
2010

2.2. Linking alliance portfolios to recombinant innovation: the combined effects of diversity and alliance experience
Subramanian & Soh
2017

2.3. Benefiting from alliance portfolio diversity: the role of past internal knowledge creation strategy
Wuyts & Dutta
2014

3.1. Building capabilities for alliance portfolios
Heimeriks, Klijn & Reuer
2008

3.2. Managing open innovation projects with science-based and market-based partners
Du, Leten & Vanhaverbeke
2014

3.3. What really is alliance management capability and how does it impact alliance outcomes and success?
Schreiner, Kale & Corsten
2009

4.1. Alliance governance: balancing control and trust in dealing with risk
De Man & Roijakkers
2009

4.2. Governance in multilateral R&D alliances
Li, Eden, Hitt, Ireland & Garrett
2011

4.3. The scope and governance of international R&D alliances
Oxley & Sampson
2004

5.1. The paradox of openness and value protection strategies: effect of extramural R&D on innovative performance
Wadhwa, Bodas Freitas & Sarkar
2017

5.2. The paradox of openness: appropriability, external search and collaboration
Laursen & Salter
2014

5.3. Swimming with sharks: technology ventures, defense mechanisms and corporate relationships
Katila, Roserberger & Eisenhardt
2008

6.1. Vertical integration, innovation, and alliance portfolio size: implications for firm performance
Lahiri & Narayanan
2013

6.2. R&D alliances and firm performance: the impact of technological diversity and alliance organization on innovation
Sampson
2007

6.3. Examining alliance portfolios beyond the dyads: the relevance of redundancy and nonuniformity across and between partners
Hoehn-Weiss, Karim & Lee
2017

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