We would like to congratulate the following who are the top 10% of papers as designated by the Program Chair and will be appearing in abridged version in the Proceedings.

  • “How NSF rotators build up the ability of their colleagues to attract research resources.”
    • Christos Kolympiris (U. of Bath); Sebastian Hoenen (Wageningen U.)
  • “Evaluating the Impact of Design Thinking in Action”
    • Jeanne Liedtka (U. of Virginia)
  • “Explaining Failed versus Accomplished Product Market Entry”
    • Hakan Ener (IESE Business School)
  • “Technological Leap-Frogging and Strategic Patent Policy”
    • Fei Yu (Tsinghua SEM); Yanrui Wu (U. of Western Australia); Jin Chen (Tsinghua U.)
  • “Strategic Patent Acquisition of Patent Assertion Entities and Defensive Patent Aggregators”
    • Seokbeom Kwon (Georgia Institute of Technology); Matej Drev (Georgia Institute of Technology)
  • “Knowledge sharing while managing uncertainty in R&D alliances: An eclectic perspective”
    • Jeongho Choi (St. John Fisher College); Farok Contractor (Rutgers U.)
  • “Just What the Doctor Ordered? Physician Mobility After the Adoption of Electronic Health Records”
    • Brad Greenwood (Fox School of Business, Temple U.); Kartik Ganju (McGill U.); Corey Angst (U. of Notre Dame)
  • “Search and Interactive Recombination: Does social hierarchy affect team creativity?”
    • Simon Schillebeeckx (Singapore Management U.); Metin Vural (IE Business School)
  • “On the Measurement of Knowledge Flows with Patent Citations”
    • Marco Corsino (U. of Bologna); Myriam Mariani (Bocconi U.); Salvatore Torrisi (U. of Bologna)
  • “Framing Catastrophic Failure as a Learning Opportunity”
    • Anil Doshi (UCL School of Management); Luciana Silvestri (Harvard U.); Sen Chai (ESSEC Business School)
  • “Platform Architecture, Multihoming and Complement Quality”
    • Hakan Ozalp (Leeds U. Business School); Carmelo Cennamo (Bocconi U.)
  • “International mobility and research careers: Evidence from a mobility grant program”
    • Stefano Baruffaldi (Max Planck Institute for Innovation and Competition); Marianna Marino (ICN Business School and Bureau d’Économie Théorique); Fabiana Visentin (Ecole Polytechnique Fédérale de Lausanne)
  • “The Dirty Side of Money: How Extrinsic Incentives Jeopardize Employees’ Cooperation”
    • Sara Lombardi (U. of Florence); Vincenzo Cavaliere (U. of Florence); Luca Giustiniano (Luiss Guido Carli U.); Fabrizio Cipollini (U. of Florence)
  • “Patents and Cumulative Innovation – Evidence from Post-Grant Patent Oppositions”
    • Fabian Gaessler (Max Planck Institute for Innovation and Competition); Dietmar Harhoff (Max Planck Institute for Innovation and Competition); Stefan Sorg (Max Planck Institute for Innovation and Competition)
  • “Team Psychological Safety, Initiative and Creativity in R&D Teams”
    • Yuwen Liu (National Tsing Hua U.)
  • “Business Model Innovation after Disruptions: A Process Study of an Incumbent Media Organization”
    • Alessio Cozzolino (U. College Dublin, UCD); Frank Rothaermel (Georgia Institute of Technology); Gianmario Verona (Bocconi U.)
  • “The High-end Bias – Investigating the Irrational Preference for High-end over Low-end Innovations”
    • Ronny Reinhardt (Friedrich Schiller U. Jena); Sebastian Gurtner (Bern U. of Applied Sciences); Jake Hoskins (Millsaps College); Abbie Griffin (U. of Utah)
  • “When Adaption promotes Creativity: The Role of Task Constraints and Intuiting”
    • Helene Doms (LMU Munich); Matthias Weiss (LMU Munich)
  • “The Effects of Intellectual Property Rights on Publications of University Scientists”
    • Laurent Bergé (Centre for Research in Economics and Management, U. of Luxembourg); Thorsten Doherr (Centre for European Economic Research (ZEW)); Katrin Hussinger (U. of Luxembourg)
  • “Standing Ground? The Influences of Knowledge Dispersion and Complexity on Generative Appropriation”
    • Yohan Choi (Oregon State U.); Jeffrey Barden (Oregon State U.)
  • “The contribution of academic expertise in corporate technology development: When do firms benefit?”
    • Hanne Peeters (KU Leuven); Bart Van Looy (KU Leuven)
  • “A New Venture’s Knowledge Structure and Its Distinctive Impact on the Types of Product Innovation”
    • Sung Namkung (Indiana U. of Pennsylvania); Simon Mueller (Technical U. Munich)
  • “Creativity as a service: how creative agents foster a liminal experience”
    • Natalja Laurey (VU Amsterdam); Hans Berends (VU Amsterdam); Marleen Huysman (U. of Amsterdam)
  • “Efficient Redundancy? How Socio-Cognitive Structures Impact Innovation under Complex Conditions”
    • Juan Candiani (U. of Antwerp); Arjan Markus (Tilburg U.)
  • “Signaling Through Insider Ownership: Interaction and Time Effects in Technology Acquisitions”
    • Daniel Leunbach (U. of Oslo); Marius Tuft Mathisen (Norwegian U. of Science and Technology); Alan Johnson (Nord U. Business School); Mirjam Knockaert (Ghent U.)
  • “Understanding and Responding to Negative Emotions in Consumer Resistance to Innovations”
    • Nadine Hietschold (Technische U. Dresden); Sebastian Gurtner (Bern U. of Applied Sciences); Jelena Spanjol (Texas A&M U.)
  • “Does similarity between evaluator and creator affect the evaluation of ideas?”
    • Tim Schweisfurth (TUM School of Management); Michael Zaggl (TUM School of Management); Claus P. Schöttl (TUM School of Management)
  • “Can Specialization Foster Creativity? Mathematics and the Collapse of the Soviet Union”
    • Florenta Teodoridis (California Southern U.); Keyvan Vakili (London Business School); Michaël Bikard (London Business School)
  • “Designing an Agile Software Portfolio Architecture: The Impact of Coupling on Performance”
    • Alan MacCormack (Harvard Business School); Robert Lagerstrom (KTH Royal Institute of Technology);