ESTT at the SMS Conference 2020

ESTT members contributed to the Strategic Management Society (SMS) Annual Conference in Minneapolis with the paper “Collaborating and Competing in Multiple Platform Ecosystems”. The abstract is as follows: In platform ecosystems, platform sponsors provide the infrastructure through which firms offer complementary components. These complementors increasingly multi-home: they offer components in multiple ecosystems and thereby collaborate…

ESST at the BAM Conference 2020

ESTT members contributed to the British Academy of Management (BAM) Annual Conference ‘in the cloud’ with the paper “Small and Medium-sized Enterprises’ Adoption of CSR Standards and Guidelines: An Exploration of specific Drivers in Austrian Firms” The abstract is as follows: In this study, we investigate to which extent small and medium-sized enterpriseses (SMEs) are…

ESTT at the Virtual AOM Meeting 2020

ESTT members contributed to the 2020 Virtual Academy of Management (AOM) Meeting  as follows: The Impact of Outside Partnering Opportunities on Alliance Termination Decisions, W. H. Hoffmann & N. Hampl: Paper. Nascent scholarly work has found support for the negative impact that alternative partnering opportunities exert on the stability of established alliance relationships. Still, little…

ESTT at European Geosciences Union General Assembly

ESTT member N. Hampl contributed to the European Geosciences Union General Assembly with the presentation Social acceptance of small-scale hydropower in Austria from 2015 to 2019. Here is the abstract: The research presented here is based on an extensive data set of five distinct nationally representative surveys in Austria sampling an average of 1.008 respondents…

Paper in Technological Forecasting & Social Change on Success Factors of Collaborative Foresight Processes

ESTT member M. Wiener published a paper on success factors in the early stage of collaborative foresight processes together with a colleague in the journal Technological Forecasting & Social Change. Here is the abstract: Interorganizational learning and knowledge sharing among different organizations are gaining in importance-also in foresight activities. In this research, an interorganizational form…

Paper in Ecological Economics on Product Bundling and the Adoption of Electric Vehicles, Solar Panels and Battery Storage

ESTT member N. Hampl together with A. Priessner from University of Klagenfurt published a new paper in Ecological Economics on the role of product bundling for the joint adoption of electric vehicles, solar panels and battery storage in Austria.   Abstract: Although electric vehicle (EV) sales have recently been increasing, EVs can only contribute to mitigating…

ESTT at Symposium Energieinnovation

ESTT member N. Hampl contributed to the Symposium Energieinnovation with the presentation “It’s all about the price tag: Explorative evidence of adoption of multimodal mobility packages from a choice-based conjoint”. Here is the abstract: Electrification, automatization, connectivity and sharing represent the major trends in the transport sector (European Commission, 2019), which is the greatest contributor…

Paper in Journal of Business Economics on Partner Switch in Interfirm Alliances

ESTT member N. Hampl published the paper on drivers of and barriers to partner switch in interfirm alliances in the Journal of Business Economics. Here is the abstract: Historically, research on alliance termination assumes that alliance partners only withdraw from alliances in the event of alliance failure (failure-driven alliance termination). However, recent research on the…

ESTT at World Open Innovation Conference 2019

ESTT members contributed to the Annual World Open Innovation Conference (WOIC) in Rome with the paper “The Role of Ecosystem Actors in Shaping Innovation in Emerging Ecosystems”.

ESTT at the SMS Conference 2019

ESTT members contributed to the Strategic Management Society (SMS) Annual Conference in Minneapolis with the paper “Business Model Portfolio Configurations and Firm Performance: A Qualitative Comparative Analysis in the Airline Industry”. The abstract is as follows: Recently, scholars have shifted their attention to studying a firm’s simultaneous operation of multiple BMs, i.e. investigating the emergence…