Paper in Energy Policy on the Predictors of Electric Vehicle Adoption

Nina Hampl published a paper in Energy Policy on the adoption of electric vehicles in Austria together with Alfons Priessner and Robert Sposato from the Sustainable Energy Management Unit at the University of Klagenfurt. Abstract: Although barriers to the adoption of electric vehicles (EVs), such as purchase price, range limitation, and charging infrastructure are diminishing,…

ESTT at the Strategic Management Society Annual Conference

ESTT members contributed to the Strategic Management Society Annual Conference in Paris. They presented the following paper: Bound to Last? Alliance Persistence in the Presence of Alternative Partnering Options, N. Hampl, W. H. Hoffmann, T. Knoll Only recently research has begun to depart from a failure-driven perspective to explain alliance dissolution, to also incorporate contextual…

ESTT at the Academy of Management Conference

ESTT members contributed to the Academy of Management Conference in Chicago. They presented the following papers: Business Model Portfolio Evolution, W. Sachsenhofer, N. Hampl, W. H. Hoffmann Incumbent firms typically operate a portfolio of business models. However, we still know little about how business model portfolios emerge and develop over time. We build on longitudinal…

Book Chapter on Open Strategy and Open Innovation

The book chapter entitled “Open(ing up) for the Future: Practising Open strategy and Open Innovation to Cope with Unicertainty” was published in the edited volume “How Organisations Manage the Future”. Abstract: A common assumption in management studies is that organizations try to reduce the uncertainty of the future by accurate prediction and planning. This assumption…

ESTT at the R&D Management Conference

ESTT members contributed to the R&D Management Conference in Milan. They contributed with the following paper: The Role of Alliance Partners in Shaping Value Capture in Emerging Ecosystems, P. Belingheri, M. Carreras, N. Hampl, and M. Masucci Firms across industries are increasingly part of ecosystems of interconnected actors characterized by multidimensional and complex relationships. Among…

Workshop on Advanced Demand Modeling for Electromobility

ESTT member N. Hampl held a workshop on “Advanced Demand Modeling for Electromobility” together with colleagues from WU’s Department of Socioeconomics and the Department of Landscape, Spatial and Infrastructure Sciences of the University of Natural Resources and Life Sciences Vienna. Below is the abstract: The electrification of the transport system is a key factor forreducing…