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 a 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…

ESTT at the AOM Meeting 2019

ESTT members contributed to the 2019 Academy of Management (AOM) Meeting in Boston as follows: Digital Strategizing: Crafting Strategy in the Age of Platforms, Ecosystems, and Online Communities, W. H. Hoffmann and G. Reischauer  Scholarship on value creation and capture on digital platforms, in ecosystems, and through online communities is growing rapidly. However, we still…

ESTT at the EGOS Colloquium 2019

ESTT member G. Reischauer contributed to the EGOS Colloquium 2019 with a paper on openness in practice. The paper examines how organizations that are fully transparent maintain this ideal on a day-to-day basis.

ESTT at the R&D Management Conference 2019

At the 2019 R&D Management Conference in Paris, ESTT member P. Belingheri hosted a track on Data Science for Innovation Challenges together with F. Chiarello from the University of Pisa. The information field has changed dramatically over the past years, affecting the economy, technology, culture and society. However, these changes have left an even stronger…

Paper in International Journal of Technology Management on Digitalising Products

Together with P. Neirotti, ESTT member P. Belingheri published a paper in the International Journal of Technology Management on digitalising products, specifically how to get towards an integrated view of challenges in development, design and user acceptance. Please find the abstract below: Making products smarter and connected through digital technologies requires firms to combine a…

Paper in Energy Policy on the Predictors of Electric Vehicle Adoption

N. Hampl published a paper in Energy Policy on the adoption of electric vehicles in Austria together with Alfons Priessner and Robert Sposato from 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, sales growth has still fallen short…

ESTT at the SMS Annual Conference 2018

ESTT members contributed to the Strategic Management Society (SMS) 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…