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Abstract New product introductions often rely on formats and technologies that are subject to strongly contested standards wars. Using a unique data set of interface formats and standard setting ventures in the consumer electronics industry, this research examines the relationships between the characteristics of standard setting ventures , and the market acceptance of interface formats developed and promoted by the venture. Specifically, this paper focuses on the firms that develop and introduce...
#1Ioanna DeligianniH-Index: 3
#2Irini VoudourisH-Index: 10
Last.Spyros LioukasH-Index: 14
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Abstract The study applies the lens of resource orchestration theory to examine the nature of the relationship between technological competence and product innovation in new technology-based firms, and the moderating effects of the entrepreneur's political competence and prior start-up experience. Drawing upon a sample of 100 young technology-based firms, the results show that technological competence has an inverted U-shape relationship with product innovation, suggesting that returns to techno...
#1Magnus JohanssonH-Index: 6
#2Matts KärremanH-Index: 3
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Abstract This study examines the interdependence between research and development (R&D) resources, coopetitive performance, and extent of cooperation in development-related standardization settings that involve network effects. Coopetitive performance is measured as the firm's influence on the change process of standards. Cooperation is measured as the number of firm technology partners in influencing industry technology standards. From a dataset of 152,959 decisions drawn from the 3rd Generatio...
#1Chihiro Watanabe (IIASA: International Institute for Applied Systems Analysis)H-Index: 24
#2Yuji Tou (TITech: Tokyo Institute of Technology)H-Index: 4
Abstract Amazon jumped up to the world's top Research and Development (R&D) firm in 2017. Such a rapid and notable increase in R&D investment has raised the question of a new R&D definition in the digital economy, which Amazon insists includes both “routine or periodic alterations” (traditionally classified as non-R&D) and “significant improvement” (classified as R&D), as Amazon transforms the former into the latter during its R&D process. A convincing answer to this question will give rise to i...
#1Karen RobsonH-Index: 5
#2Karen Robson (U of W: University of Windsor)
Last.Leyland PittH-Index: 48
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Abstract This research provides knowledge and builds theory related to how and why consumers engage in unsolicited innovation with existing products in order to create new ones. Specifically, this research presents an in-depth qualitative exploration of the motivations consumers have for innovating with existing offerings, of their reasons for innovating autonomously from the organization(s) linked to the source material of their innovation, and of their interpretation of the overall context in ...
#1Yassir M. Samra (Manhattan College)H-Index: 1
#2Haisu Zhang (NJIT: New Jersey Institute of Technology)H-Index: 1
Last.Richard R. Reilly (Stevens Institute of Technology)H-Index: 30
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Abstract This research examines how firms manage crises in new product development (NPD), and suggests that a high level of perceived crisis can result in better new product performance. In addition, the role of team communication is underlined in the relationship between perceived crisis and new product performance. Team communication is categorized into two types: formal vs. informal, each playing a distinct role in crisis management. More importantly, this study argues that there exist dual r...
Abstract This article analyzes how a licensor's market value varies at the time that it announces a licensing agreement. It posits that licensors’ appropriation capacity is a function of their bargaining power (determined by their financial situation and information asymmetries when signing the contract) and the potential cost of imitation that the licensors face (determined by their position in the sector). As bargaining power in each situation should determine licensors’ success, it also shoul...
#1Evguenia Bessonova (HSE: National Research University – Higher School of Economics)H-Index: 1
#2Ksenia Gonchar (HSE: National Research University – Higher School of Economics)H-Index: 4
Abstract The paper studies the effects of competition on innovation in various technology groups of mature Russian manufacturing firms. The purpose of the research is to establish whether more intense competition is good or bad for innovation, and to learn how the response to competition varies between technology leaders, followers and laggards. The study uses the 2014 survey data, which includes 1920 manufacturing firms from 19 sectors and size groups between 10 and 10,000 employees. The findin...
#1Ernest Miguelez (University of Bordeaux)H-Index: 16
Abstract This study explores the importance of the mobility of knowledge workers (i.e., inventors) for the formation of collaborative patents across different regional contexts. In particular, it looks at a sample of co-inventors in the biotechnology industry in Europe, and estimates the factors that speed up the years needed for collaboration. It tests and finds that collaborations between two separated inventors emerge faster if they were located in the same geographical area in the past, even...
#1Ingo LiefnerH-Index: 13
#2Yuefang Si (ECNU: East China Normal University)H-Index: 3
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Abstract Innovative latecomer firms are frequently examined for their international knowledge-seeking behavior and approaches towards fast technological learning. Within this line of research, however, little attention has been paid to latecomer firms' collaborative R&D with universities and research institutes (URI) in advanced economies. This paper examines the case of Huawei's collaborative R&D activities with German URI. It finds that in this latecomer case, the aims and the organization of ...
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