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See detailThe Long-Term Effect of Research Grants on the Scientific Output of University Professors
Hussinger, Katrin UL; Carvalho, Joao N.

in Industry and Innovation (2022)

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See detailLearning from invention failure among research organizations: the role of top management team founding experiences and exposure to US culture
Semrau, Thorsten; Fisch, Christian UL; Klingbeil, Caren

in Industry and Innovation (2021), 28(6), 704-724

Building on organisational failure learning and upper echelons theory, we examine the link between top management team (TMT) prior experiences and invention failure learning among research organisations ... [more ▼]

Building on organisational failure learning and upper echelons theory, we examine the link between top management team (TMT) prior experiences and invention failure learning among research organisations. Specifically, we develop theoretical arguments to suggest that TMT founding experience and exposure to US culture facilitate organisational learning from failure. We test our theoretical reasoning using a longitudinal data set comprising 550 organisation-year observations of the patenting activities conducted by 39 research institutes in Germany. In support of our theoretical arguments, we find that TMT founding experience and TMT exposure to US culture positively moderate the link between prior invention failure and subsequent invention performance. Pointing to TMT experiences as a crucial contingency for whether organisations learn from failure, the present study contributes to the literature on organisational failure learning and upper echelons. [less ▲]

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See detailThe Schumpeterian entrepreneur: a review of the empirical evidence on the antecedents, behaviour and consequences of innovative entrepreneurship
Block, Jörn; Fisch, Christian UL; Van Praag, Mirjam

in Industry and Innovation (2017), 24(1), 61-95

Innovative entrepreneurship is considered an important pillar for economic development and has sparked a lively discussion in academia and practice alike. Oftentimes, however, the debate is not ... [more ▼]

Innovative entrepreneurship is considered an important pillar for economic development and has sparked a lively discussion in academia and practice alike. Oftentimes, however, the debate is not sufficiently grounded on solid empirical evidence. The academic literature is growing but very scattered and is separated into several disciplines. We provide a summary that takes stock of the academic knowledge about innovative entrepreneurship and summarizes the evidence from 102 empirical studies published in the primary economics and management journals on the antecedents, behavior, and consequences of innovative entrepreneurship. Based on this state-of-the-art literature review, directions for future research are discussed. [less ▲]

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See detailTrademark or patent? The effects of market concentration, customer type, and venture capital financing on start-ups’ initial IP applications
De Vries, Geertjan; Pennings, Enrico; Block, Jörn et al

in Industry and Innovation (2017), 24(4), 325-345

We analyse the initial IP applications of 4,703 start-ups in the U.S., distinguishing between trademark and patent applications. Our empirical results show that start-ups are more likely to file for ... [more ▼]

We analyse the initial IP applications of 4,703 start-ups in the U.S., distinguishing between trademark and patent applications. Our empirical results show that start-ups are more likely to file for trademarks instead of patents when entering markets with a higher market concentration. Furthermore, we find that start-ups that are primarily active in business-to-consumer markets instead of business-to-business markets are more likely to file trademarks. Finally, the involvement of a venture capitalist (VC) affects the initial IP application. VC-backed start-ups are more likely than other startups to file initial IP in the form of trademarks rather than patents. This paper contributes to research on the use of IP rights in start-ups and to the literature on new venture strategy. [less ▲]

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See detailThe Value of Disclosing IPR to Open Standard Setting Organizations
Hussinger, Katrin UL; Schwiebacher, Franz

in Industry and Innovation (2015)

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See detailFormal and Informal Technology Transfer from Academia to Industry: Complementarity Effects and Innovation Performance
Grimpe, Christoph; Hussinger, Katrin UL

in Industry and Innovation (2013)

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See detailFormal and Informal Technology Transfer from Academia to Industry: Complementarity Effects and Innovation Performance
Grimpe, Christoph; Hussinger, Katrin UL

in Industry and Innovation (2013)

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