Comprehensive research in the innovation sector is essential to promote innovation. Below you will find a selection of our publications.

  • Bogers, M., Piller, F.T. et al.: (2017). The Open Innovation Research Landscape: Established Perspectives and Emerging Themes Across Different Levels of Analysis, Industry and Innovation, 24 (1): 8-40.
  • Dienhart. C., Kindermann, K., & Salge, T.O. (2019) Building Innovation Ecosystems in Peripheral Regions: Exploratory Evidence and Concept Development. R&D Management Conference.
  • Foege, J.N., Lauritzen, G.D., Tietze, F., Salge, T.O. (2019). Reconceptualizing the paradox of openness: how solvers navigate sharing-protecting tensions in crowdsourcing. Research Policy
  • Gesing, J., Antons, D., Piening, E. P., Rese, M., & Salge, T. O. (2015), Joining Forces or Going It Alone? On the Interplay among External Collaboration Partner Types, Interfirm Governance Modes, and Internal R&D. Journal of Product Innovation Management, 32(3), 424–440.
  • Hannen, J., Antons, D., Piller, F.T., Salge, T.O., Coltman, T., & Devinney, T. (2019). Containing the Not-Invented-Here Syndrome in External Knowledge Absorption and Open Innovation: The Role of Indirect Countermeasures. Research Policy.
  • Salge, T.O., Farchi, T., Barrett, M. I. Dopson, S. (2013). When Does Search Openness Really Matter? A Contingency Study of Health-Care Innovation Projects. Journal of Product Innovation Management, 30(4): 659-676.
  • Tucci, C.; Chesbrough, H.; Piller, F.T.; West, J. (2017). Open Innovation and Open Business Models: When do firms undertake open, collaborative activities? Industrial & Corporate Change, 26(2).
  • Velu, C., Barrett, M., Kohli, R. & Salge, T.O. (2013), “Thriving in open innovation ecosystems: towards a market orientation”, Cambridge Service Alliance Working Paper.