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Thursday 7 October
Online I&O Seminar Christina Günther (WHU Otto Beisheim School of Management). Title: Overcoming the ability-willingness paradox in small family firms’ collaborations – Partner type and spatial proximity as boundary conditions. Time: 12.00 hrs.

Thursday 9 September
Online I&O Seminar Jonathan Bundy (Arizona State University). Title: An Organizational Theory of Cancellation. Time: 15.00 hrs.

Thursday 24 June
Online I&O Seminar Luis Diestre (IE Business School). Title: Can Firms Avoid Tough Patent Examiners? Strategic Citations in USPTO Patent Applications. Time: 12.00 hrs.

Thursday 27 May
Online I&O Seminar: Marc-David Seidel (University of British Columbia). Title: The Opportunities of Highly Integrative Basic and Responsive Research. Time: 17.00 hrs.

Thursday 6 May
Online GEM/I&O Seminar Mike Pfarrer (University of Georgia). Title: Legitimacy as a Multilevel Process: Evidence from the 2008 Financial Crisis. Time: 15.00 hrs.

Thursday 8 April
Online I&O Seminar Marya Besharov (University of Oxford). Title: Combining rigour and relevance in management research: Insights from studying organisational hybridity and social impact. Time: 12.00 hrs.

Thursday 25 March
Online I&O Seminar: Panikos Georgallis (UvA). Title: Sustainable entrepreneurship under market uncertainty: Opportunities, challenges, and impact. Time: 12.00 hrs.

Thursday 11 February
Online I&O Seminar: Karin Hoisl (University of Mannheim). Title: Lost Marie Curies: Family, education, and the probability to become inventors. Time: 12.00 hrs.

Thursday 7 January
Online I&O Seminar: Tomasz Mickiewicz (Aston Business School). Title: The Consequences of Short-Term Institutional Change in the Rule of Law for Entrepreneurship. Time: 12.00 hrs.

2020

Thursday 30 January
I&O Seminar: Judith Walls (University of St. Gallen). Title: The Pride and Joy—and Guilt—of Trophy Hunting: Emotional Narratives in a Contested Industry. Time: 12.00 hrs.. Place: 5419.0128.

2019

Thursday 12 December
I&O Seminar: Mircea Epure (Universitat Pompeu Fabra). Title: Unfamiliar Family Firms. Time: 12.00 hrs. Place: 5419.0111.

Thursday 28 November
I&O Seminar: Onajomo Akemu. Title: Rekindling purpose and passion: how the re-keying of a hybrid organizational identity fosters and sustains social enterprise emergence. Time: 12.00 hrs. Place: 5416.0051.

Thursday 7 November
I&O Seminar: Sebastiano Massaro (University of Surrey). Title: Organizational Neuroscience, Emotions, and Cooperative Interactions. Time: 15.00 hrs. Place: 5419.0119. Abstract attached.

Thursday 10 October
I&O Seminar: Glen Dowell (Cornell). Title: Grand Challenges and Local Beliefs: how belief in climate change relates to greenhouse gas emissions in U.S. manufacturing facilities. Time: 12.00 hrs. Place: 5412.0020.

Thursday 26 September
OB/I&O Seminar: Ute Stephan (King’s Business School). Title: State, Society and Market:  Understanding Social Entrepreneurship through a Solidarity Lens. Time:  11.00 hrs. Place: 5419.0011.

Thursday 19 September
I&O/GEM Seminar: Torben Pedersen (Bocconi University). Title: A multilevel analysis of the mechanisms for cross-unit knowledge adoption in MNCs. Time: 11.45 hrs. Place: 5412.0028

Thursday 9 May
I&O Seminar: Pooyan Khashabi (Ludwig-Maximilians University Munich). Title: Market Competition and Effectiveness of Performance Pay: Evidence from a Field Experiment. Time: 12.00 hrs. Place: 5419.0236.

Tuesday 30 April
I&O/EEF Seminar: Hanna Hottenrott (Technical University Munich). Title: Start-up subsidies: Does the policy instrument matter? Time: 12.00 hrs. Place: 5419.0007.

Thursday 18 April
I&O Seminar: Randy Y.M. Wong. Title: Standing Up or Standing By: Understanding Bystanders’ Proactive Reporting Responses to Online Harassment. Time: 11.30 hrs. Place: 5412.0028.

Thursday 11 April
I&O Seminar: Ioannis Ioannou (London Business School). Title: Corporate Sustainability: A Strategy? Time: 12.00 hrs. Place: 5419.0117.

Thursday 7 March
I&O Seminar: Yuri Mishina (Imperial College Business School). Title: Anyone can be bad, but to be good, you need to stand out: The role of distinctiveness and valence in changing signal value. Time: 12.00 hrs. Place: 5419.0002

Thursday 28 February
I&O Seminar: Joep Cornelissen (Erasmus University, Rotterdam). Title: Rekindling purpose and passion: How the re-keying of a hybrid organizational identity fosters and sustains social enterprise emergence. Time: 12.00 hrs. Place: 5419.0009


Tuesday 29 January
I&O Seminar: Pere Arque-Castells (Northwestern University, Chicago). Title: Technology Markets and R&D Spillovers. Time: 11.30 hrs. Place: 5412.0025

Wednesday 23 January
I&O Seminar: Ali Radfard (Bocconi University). Title: Social construction of time and CEO's risk-taking in the presence of career horizon concerns. Time: 12.00 hrs. Place: 5412.0028

Thursday 17 January
I&O Seminar: Alyssa Xingye Liang (National University of Singapore). Title: Investigating the effect of the dark triad on entrepreneurial opportunity selection. Time: 15.00 hrs. Place: 5412.0025

Wednesday 9 January
I&O Seminar Joern Hoppmann (University of Oldenburg). Title: Paradoxical Framing: How Executives Publicly Frame Competition Technologies in Times of Ambidexterity. Time: 12.00 hrs. Place: 5419.0119


2018

Wednesday 5 December
I&O Seminar: Pasi Kuusela (University of Zurich). Title: Serial acquisitions, attention, experience, and innovative performance. Time: 12.00 hrs. Place: 5416.0255


Tuesday 27 November
I&O Seminar: Prabhu Sivabalan (University of Technology Sydney). Title: tba. Time: 13.00 hrs. Place: 5419.0103

Thursday 22 November
I&O Seminar: Sylvia Grewatsch (Ivey Business School). Title: Organizations and Socio-Technical Transitions – A Cognitive Perspective. Time: 10.30 hrs. Place: 5419.0013

Wednesday 21 November
I&O Seminar: Matias Kalm. Title: Flying High: The Effect of Organizational Status on CEO Perquisites. Time: 13.00 hrs. Place: 5412.0028

Thursday 15 November
I&O Seminar: Thinley Tharchen (Emlyon Business School, Lyon). Title: The emergence of new product categories in reference to products within stigmatized industries: the case of e-cigarettes. Time: 11.30 hrs. Place: 5419.0008

Thursday 8 November
I&O Seminar: Carlos J. Serrano (Universitat Pompeu Fabra).
Title: How redeployable are patent assets? Evidence from failed startups. Time 12.00 hrs. Place: 5419.0007

Thursday 25 October
I&O Seminar: Andreas Philipp Distel (Copenhagen Business School). Title: Microfoundations of entrepreneurial MNC subsidiaries: How hiring former host country entrepreneurs as managers affect performance. Time: 13.00 hrs. Place: 5414.0103

Thursday 20 September
I&O Seminar: Haemin Dennis Park (University of Texas at Dallas). Title: tba. Time: 12.00 hrs. Place: 5419.0236

Wednesday 20 September
GEM/I&O Seminar: Sandeep Pillai (University of Maryland). Title: The Value of Contextual Richness: An Empirical Exploration of Production Scaling in the Early American Automobile Industry. Time: 15:30. Place: 5411.0543.

Thursday 7 June
I&O Seminar: Peter G. Klein (Baylor University). Title: Learning by seconding: Evidence from NSF rotators. Time: 12.00 hrs. Place: 5419.0009.

Friday 25 May
I&O Seminar: Ram Mudambi (Temple University). Title:
Aid and conflict at the local level - Mechanisms and Causality . Time: 12.00 hrs. Place: 5412.0040

Thursday 17 May
I&O Seminar: Ha Hoang (ESSEC Business School). Title: Staying Close to the Parent: Employee Entrepreneurship and the Creation of Interdependent Ventures . Time: 12.00 hrs. Place: 5 419.0007.

Monday 7 May
I&O Seminar: Mike Russo (University of Oregon). Title: Local social context and hybrid ventures: Community values, political ideologies, and mission variation. Time: 12-13.30. Place: 5419.0007.

Thursday 3 May
I&O Seminar Massimo Colombo (Politecnico di Milano). Title: Learning-By-Being-Acquired: Post-Acquisition R&D Team Reorganization and Innovation Capability Building. Time: 12.00 hrs. Place: 5416.0150.

Monday 23 April
I&O Seminar: Bart van den Hooff (VU Amsterdam). Title: Misfits and Workarounds in EHR System Use. Time: 12.00 hrs. Place: 5419.0009.

Tuesday 21 March
I&O Seminar: Katrin Jonsson (Umeå University). Title: From smart mines to smart buildings: Knowledge-based work practices through Internet of things. Time: 13.45 hrs. Place: 5419.0109

Monday 19 March
I&O Seminar: Kaveh Mohajeri. Title: The Superiority of a Paper-Based Information Technology: “Information System” vs. “Informing System-Persona”. Time: tba. Place: 5414.0101.

Monday 12 March
I&O Seminar: Bjoern Mitzinneck. Title: Disrupting Institutions: How Bioenergy Village Initiatives Break Fossil Dominance in Rural Germany. Time: 10.30 hrs. Place: 5412.0039.

2017

Monday 20 November
I&O Seminar: Africa Ariño (IESE Business School). Title: tba. Time: 12.00 hrs. Place: 5414.0102

Thursday 2 November
I&O Seminar: Keld Laursen (Copenhagen Business School). Title: Technological Competition and Patent Strategy: Protecting Innovation, Preempting Rivals and Defending the Freedom to Operate. Time: 12.00 hrs. Place: 5417.0102.

Tuesday 24 October
I&O Seminar: Nina Granqvist (Aalto University). Title: A Narrative Approach to Market Category Hypes. Time: 12.00 hrs. Place: 5419.0109.

Monday 18 September
I&O Seminar: Edward Gillmore. Title: The Phoenix Factor: Subsidiary Evolutionary Trajectories Post Mandate Loss. Time: 15.00 hrs. Place: 5419.0009.

Thursday 14 September
I&O Seminar: Justin Tumlinson (Loughborough University London). Title: Asymmetric Information and Entrepreneurship. Time: 12.00 hrs. Place: 5419.0015

Thursday 7 September
I&O Seminar: Jacob Lyngsie (University of Southers Denmark). Title: How employee heterogeneity, bottom-up initiative, and decision control interact in the formation of entrepreneurial opportunities. Time: 12.00 hrs. Place: 5419.0128

Thursday 29 June
I&O Seminar: Jeffrey Reuer (University of Colorado). Title: Alliance design. Time:12.00 hrs. Place: 5414.0101.

Monday 12 June
I&O Seminar: Caroline Flammer (Boston University). Title: Corporate governance and the‚Äč rise of integrating corporate social responsibility criteria in executive compensation. Time: 12.00 hrs. Place: 5419.0107

Thursday 11 May
I&O Seminar: Anu Wadhwa (Imperial College London). Title: The signatling value of reputation and status: Evidence from VC-backed entrepreneurial ventures in the cleantech sector. Time: 12.00 hrs. Place: 5414.0103.

Wednesday 19 April
I&O Seminar: Arun Rai (Georgia State University). Title: Reducing capital market anomaly: The role of information technology using an information uncertainty lens. Time: 12.00 hrs. Place: 5414.0103. Abstract attached

Thursday 13 April
I&O Seminar: Mario Amore (Bocconi University). Title: For love and money: Marital leadership in family firms. Time: 12.00 hrs. Place: 5414.0101

Thursday 30 March
I&O Seminar: Gaetan de Rassenfosse (EPFL). Title: Technology protectionism and the patent system: Strategic technologies in China. Time:12.00 hrs. Place: 5414.0101

Monday 20 March
I&O Seminar: Shuo Wang. Title: The use of earnings and operations management to avoid credit rating downgrades. Time: 13.15 hrs. Place: 5419.0007

Thursday 16 March
I&O Seminar: Michael Bikard (London Business School). Title: The location of academic institutions and knowledge flow to industry: evidencen from simultaneous discoveries. Time: 14.00 hrs. Place: 5411.0102

2016

Thursday 15 December
I&O Seminar: Jan-Willem Stoelhorst (UVA). Title: If economic theory is “bad for practice”, then what is the alternative? Time: 12.00 hrs. Place: 5419.0114

Monday 12 December
I&O Seminar: Thierry Amslem. Title: Inculcating performance measurement literacy in a social enterprise: an ethnography. Time: 13.00 hrs. Place: 5419.0107

Thursday 8 December
I&O Seminar: Marco Giarratana (IE Business School). Title: False rewards and inventor behaviors: the price of too many prizes in industrial R&D. Time: 11.00 hrs. Place: 5419.0007

Wednesday 7 December
I&O Seminar: Francisco Castellaneta (Católica-Lisbon School of Business & Economics). Title: The disadvantage of incomplete feedback: evidence from private equity-backed buyouts. Time: 12.00 hrs. Place: 5414.0102

Thursday 24 November
I&O Seminar: Ruthanne Huising (McGill University). Title: From regulating science to regulating scientists: the knowledge boundaries of professional control. Time: 13.30 hrs. Place: 5412.0040

Thursday 3 November
OPERA/I&O Seminar: Jan vom Brocke (University of Liechtenstein). Title: The role of design science research in economics and business. Time: 16.00 hrs. Place: 5412.0031

Wednesday 26 October
I&O Seminar: Pengfei Wang. Title: Crystallizing status: divestiture as a strategic reaction to status inconsistency. Time: 11.00 hrs. Place: 5412.0040

Wednesday 26 October
I&O Seminar: Hendra Wijaya. Title: Give me a hallelujah! Amen! Institutional reproduction in the presence of moral reflexivity and emotional disinvestment. Time: 12.00 hrs. Place: 5412.0031

Thursday 13 October
I&O Seminar: Katinka Quintelier (UVA). Title: The influence of stakeholder orientation on attractiveness to stakeholders. Time: 12.00 hrs. Place: 5412.0031

Monday 12 September
I&O Seminar: Devi Gnyawali (Pamplin College of Business, Virginia Tech). Title: Decluttering the absorptive capacity literature: consolidating our gains and laying a roadmap for future research. Time: 12.00 hrs. Place: 5412.0039

Monday 11 July
I&O Seminar: Rouven Trapp (TU Dortmund). Title: Signaling effects of scholarly profiles – a longitudinal perspective on the editorial boards of the accounting review. Time: 16.00 hrs. Place: 5416.0051

Tuesday 19 April
I&O Seminar: Daniel Bens. Title: : Financial market developments and management compensation. Time: 14.00 hrs. Place: 5419.0105

Thursday 14 April
I&O Seminar: Nazim Hussain. Title: Corporate governance and sustainable performance: analysis of triple bottom line performance. Time: 15.30 hrs. Place: 5419.0005

Thursday 24 March
I&O Seminar: Samuele Murtinu (Politecnico di Milano). Title: Venture capital investments in Europe and portfolio firms’economic performance: independent versus corporate investors. Time: 11.00 hrs. Place: 5414.0103

Thursday 10 March
I&O Seminar: Koen Heimeriks (Tias, Tilburg University). Title: Capability building in corporate development departments: structural differentiation and experience transfer. Time: 12.00 hrs. Place: 5412.0009

Tuesday 8 March
I&O Seminar: Kangkang Fu (INSEAD). Title: Stock pledging and financial reporting quality. Time: 13.00 hrs. Place: 5419.0007

Thursday 25 February
I&O Seminar: Giovanni Battista Derchi (Lausanne University). Title: Does CSR-linked executive compensation promote CSR performance? Time: 13.00 hrs. Place: 5419.0009

Wednesday 10 February
I&O Seminar: Oveis Madadian. Title: Social comparison of cost behavior and financial analysts. Time: 13.00 hrs. Place: 5419.0007

Monday 18 January
I&O Seminar: Annelie Tallig. Title: Addressing the impact of intellectual capital and knowledge processes on the performance of high-technology start-ups. Time: 15.30 hrs. Place: 5419.0007

Thursday 21 January
I&O Seminar: Diogenis Baboukardos has been cancelled


2015

Thursday 17 December
I&O Seminar: Gerardus Lucas (Simon Fraser University). Title: The influence of role-specific performance feedback interpretation on strategic decision-making in the movie industry. Time: 12.00 hrs. Place: 5414.0103

Wednesday 9 December
I&O Seminar: Ionela Neascu (IESE Business School). Title: Ceo incentives, socioemotional wealth and risk taking among founder and family firms. Time: 12.00 hrs. Place: 5412.0035

Tuesday 8 December
I&O Seminar: Martin Goossen (WUR). Title: I nterorganizational collaboration, intraorganizational networks, and firm innovation. Time: 12.00 hrs. Place: 5419.0102

Thursday 15 October
I&O Seminar: Guoqian Xi (University of Trier). Title: Task interdependence between economic and non-economic goals and the family owner’s decision to hire a family or nonfamily manager: a multitask model. Time: 12.00 hrs. Place: 5419.0102

Thursday 24 September
I&O Seminar: C.W. Tan (Copenhagen Business School). Title: Disentangling competition among platform driven strategic groups: a comparative case study of UK mobile payment platforms. Time: 12.00 hrs. Place: 5419.0007

Friday 18 September
I&O Seminar:Hiroyuki Okamuro (Hitotsubashi University, Tokyo). Title: Internal and external discipline: the effect of project leadership and government monitoring on the performance of university-industry R&D collaboration. Time:12.00 hrs. Place: 5419.0007

Thursday 25 June
I&O Seminar: Miquel Perez. Title: Managerial perceptions towards an externally mandated control system: hospital accreditation. Time: 12.00 hrs. Place: 5412.0025

Thursday 18 June
I&O Seminar: Lukan Loehlein (University of Luxemburg). Title: Audit oversight regulation: from path-dependence to institutional evolution? Time: 12.00 hrs. Place: 5412.0025

Thursday 4 June
I&O Seminar: Gloria Barczak (Editor-in-chief JPIM/Northeastern University). Title: Seminar on her perspective on the Journal of Product Innovation Management (JPIM) and trends in innovation management. Time: 12.00 hrs. Place: 5412.0025

Thursday 28 May
I&O Seminar: Paola Madini (Esade). Title: Determinants of company adoption of budgetary procedures: Top-down or Bottom-up budgeting? Time: 12.00 hrs. Place: 5412.0025

Thursday 21 May
I&O Seminar: Dianne Welsh (University of North Carolina at Greensboro). Title: Women entrepreneurs around the world: a look at Romania, Saudi Arabia, Sudan, Japan, South Korea, China, Morocco, and Turkey. Time: 11.00 hrs. Place: 5412.0031

Thursday 21 May
I&O Seminar: Vlad-Andrei Porumb. Title: Does basel II affect the market valuation of discretionary loan loss provisions? Time: 12.00 hrs. Place: 5412.0031

Wednesday 13 May
I&O Seminar: Steven Lui (UNSW Australia Business School). Title: The interplay among goal clarity, inter-team trust, and knowledge transfer on team innovation. Time: 12.00 hrs. Place: 5412.0028

Thursday 30 April
I&O Seminar: Hille Bruns. Title: Practice change enables knowledge creation and innovation in cancer research. Time: 12.00 hrs. Place: 5412.0028

Thursday 16 April
I&O Seminar: Isabella Hatak (WU Vienna). Title: Age & opportunity exploitation in the start-up context. Time: 12.00 hrs. Place: 5412.0039

Friday 10 April
I&O Seminar: Tjerk Budding (VU Amsterdam). Title: Stakeholders information needs, cost system design and cost system effectiveness in Dutch local government. Time: 12.00 hrs. Place: 5419.0008

Thursday 2 April
I&O Seminar: Melsa Ararat (Sabanci University). Title: The effect of business group governance on market value and profitability: Time-series evidence from Turkey. Time: 12.00 hrs. Place: 5412.0039

Thursday 26 March
I&O Seminar: Geerten van de Kaa (TU Delft). Title: Who’s pulling the strings? The influence of network structure on standard dominance. Time: 12.00 hrs. Place: 5412.0039

Thursday 26 February
I&O Seminar: Ruan Yi (University of Singapore). Title: Is effectuation over-emphasized? Re-examining the relationships among entrepreneurial logics, experience, and innovativeness. Time: 12.00 hrs. Place: 5412.0039

Thursday 29 January
I&O Seminar: Buhui Qui (Tilburg University). Title: Organization capital and mergers and acquisitions. Time: 12.00 hrs. Place: 5411.0543

Wednesday 21 January
I&O Seminar: Jordi Surroca (Universidad de Madrid). Title: Keeping up the appearances, momentarily: temporary effects of impression management in response to deviant acts. Time: 10.30 hrs. Place: 5412.0031

2014

Thursday 6 November
I&O Seminar: Peter Kroos (UvA). Title: tba. Time: 12.00 hrs. Place: 5412.0035

Thursday 30 October
I&O Seminar: Shibashish Mukherjee. Title: CEO's power, preference and performance: looking through the prism of Benford's law. Title: 12.00 hrs. Place: 5412.0025

Thursday 23 October
I&O Seminar: Andreea Bordianu. Title: tba. Time: 12.00 hrs. Place: 5412.0035

Thursday 9 October
I&O Seminar: Jolien de Baerdemaeker (Ghent University). Title: tba. Time: 12.00 hrs. Place: 5412.0025

Thursday 9 October
I&O Seminar: Dongcheol Heo. Title: Seize the knowledge: The criticality of convergent territory during post-acquisition integration. Time: 13.00 hrs. Place: 5419.0009

Thursday 11 September
I&O Seminar: Tim Hasso (University of Luxembourg). Title: Family ownership and investor perception of information reliability. Time: 12.00 hrs. Place: 5414.0103

Friday 5 September
I&O Seminar: Erik Stam (Utrecht School of Economics). Title: In entrepreneurship we trust - Institutions and the entrepreneurship. Time: 12.00 hrs. Place: 5414.0103

Tuesday 8 July
I&O Seminar: Fernando Nieto Morales. Title: Improbable reforms: implementing organizational change in the public sector. Time: 14.00 hrs. Place: 5411.0543

Thursday 3 July
I&O Seminar: Thijs Peeters (TU Eindhoven). Title: Recombination and product innovation performance in the video games industry. Time: 12.00 hrs. Place: 5419.0009

Monday 30 June
I&O Seminar: Eveline Hage. Title: A contingency model of internet use and offline connectivity. Time: 12.00 hrs. Place: 5411.0803

Thursday 12 June
I&O Seminar: Linda Kester (TU Delft). Title: Unraveling process dynamics in NPD portfolio decision-making. Time: 12.00 hrs. Place: 5419.0003

Tuesday 10 June
I&O Seminar: Pieter-Jan Bezemer (Queensland University of Technology). Title: An observational analysis of the impact of board dynamics and directors’ participation on perceived board effectiveness. Time: 12.00 hrs. Place: 5419.0107

Thursday 22 May
I&O Seminar: Mark Keil has been cancelled

Thursday 15 May
I&O Seminar: Linda Kester has been cancelled

Wednesday 7 May
I&O Seminar: Wim Janssen. Title: How do auditors respond to corporate tax enforcement. Time: 12.00 hrs. Place: 5416.0250

Thursday 17 April
I&O Seminar: Matthijs den Besten (Montpellier Business School). Title: Freelance and innovation. Time: 12.00 hrs. Place: 5414.0101

Wednesday 9 April
I&O Seminar: Rafael A. González (Pontificia Universidad Javeriana, Columbia). Title: Pragmatist-abductive design science research in information systems. Time: 12.00 hrs. Place: 5412.0035

Thursday 20 February
I&O Seminar: Masotoshi Kato (Kwansei Gakuin University). Title: Survival and distinct exit routes of new rms: How does the role of entrepreneurial human capital dier between industries? Time: 12.00 hrs. Place: 5411.0543

Thursday 13 February
I&O Seminar: Christian Fisch (University of Trier). Title: Chinese university patents: Quantity, quality, and the role of subsidy programs. Time: 12.00 hrs. Place: 5412.0025


Thursday 6 February

I&O Seminar: Michael Stuetzer (Ilmenau University of Technology). Title: Fear of failure: The dark side of entrepreneurial role models. Time: 12.00 hrs. Place: 5419.0101

Thursday 30 January
I&O Seminar: Yasemin Karaibrahimoglu (Izmir University of Economics). Title: Do auditing and reporting standards affect firms’ ethical behavior? The moderating role of culture? Time: 12.00 hrs. Place: 5419.0101

Tuesday 21 January
I&O Seminar: Abbie Griffin (University of Utah). Title: How to publish in American top journals. Time: 13.00 hrs. Place: 5412.0035

Monday 20 January
I&O Seminar: Abbie Griffin (University of Utah). Title: Serial innovators. Time: 13.00 hrs. Place: 5412.0035


2013

Thursday 19 December
I&O Seminar: Hans T.W. Frankort (Cass Business School, London). Title: The online shadow of offline institutions: Which sellers do buyers contact in online B2B marketplaces?. Time: 12.00 hrs. Place: 5419.0007


Thursday 14 November
I&O Seminar: Huaxiang Yin (Tilburg University). Title: When does delegation produce responsible managers? Time: 12.00 hrs. Place: 5419.0124

Thursday 17 October
I&O Seminar: Ana Bojica (University of Granada). Title: Corporate entrepreneurship and codification of the knowledge acquired: The moderating effect of relational diversity and strength of the ties. Time: 12.00 hrs. Place: 5412.0039

Tuesday 8 October
I&O Seminar: Wilfred Schoenmaker (Wageningen University). Title: The technological origins of radical inventions. Time: 13.00 hrs. Place: 5419.0003

Thursday 26 September
I&O Seminar: Brian Tjemkes (VU Amsterdam). Title: The effect of individualism on opportunism propensity in international strategic alliances. Time: 12.00 hrs. Place: 5411.0743

Thursday 29 August
I&O Seminar: Joost Rietveld (Cass Business School). Title: Vox populi? The moderating role of network externalities on selection systems in the market for video games. Time: 12.00 hrs. Place: 5411.0401

Tuesday 20 August
I&O Seminar: Alessandro Lomi (University of Lugano). Title: The focused organization of advice relations: A study in boundary-crossing. Time: 15.30 hrs. Place: 5412.0039

Tuesday 9 July
I&O Seminar: Ernst Verwaal (Queen's University Belfast). Title: Does the quality of institutions impact the profit motive to do good for the poor? A resource-contingency perspective on the "base of the pyramid". Time: 15.00 hrs. Place: 5412.0039

Tuesday 18 June
SOM Seminar: Andreas Rauch (Leuphana University of Lüneberg). Title: Evidence based entrepreneurship: The accumulation of scientific knowledge and practice recommendations. Time: 15.00 hrs. Place: 5412.0039

Friday 5 July
I&O Seminar: John Qi Dong (Hong Kong University of Science and Technology). Title: Dynamically adjusting IT and R&D investments for problemistic search: Performance feedback, strategic posture, and corporate governance. Time: 14.30 hrs. Place: 5412.0039


Wednesday 3 July
I&O Seminar: Benjamin Müller (University of Manheim). Title: Studying the individual level in IS-induced organizational transformation. Time: 10.30 hrs. Place: 5414.0101


Monday 1 July
I&O Seminar: Cia-Yu Kou-Barrett (University College London). Title: A problem shared is a problem halved: The process of building collective accountability for knowledge coordination problems. Time: 11.30 hrs. Place: 5414.0101

Friday 28 June
I&O Seminar: Jojo Jacob (UNU-Merit Maastricht). Title: Corporate Venture Capital (CVC) investments and technological performance: Geographic diversity and the interplay with technology alliances. Time: 10.30 hrs. Place: 5412.0039

Thursday 27 June
I&O Seminar: Hung-Yao Liu (UVA). Title: The charm of variety: Using quantile regression to study heterogeneity in strategy research. Time: 10.30 hrs. Place: 5412.0039


Thursday 13 June
I&O Seminar: Xavier Castaner (University of Lausanne). Title: Governance mode vs. governance fit? The performance implications of make-or-ally choices in the worldwide aircraft industry, 1942-2000. Time: 12.00 hrs. Place: 5419.0103

Thursday 6 June
I&O Seminar: Yuping Jia (Frankfurt School of Finance & Management). Title: Variable compensation, decision rights, and performance measurement at the production level. Time: 12.00 hrs. Place: 5411.0543

Tuesday 23 April
I&O Seminar: Pinar Acar (Middle East Technical University, Ankara). Title: Women leaders in IT: Are they more likely to be assigned precarious positions? Time: 12.00 hrs. Place: 5412.0035

Friday 19 April
I&O Seminar: Anna Brattström (Stockholm School of Economics). Title: Inter-firm relational roller coasters: A process perspective on trust repair in alliances. Time: 12.00 hrs. Place: 5419.0103

Thursday 18 April
I&O Seminar: Ivo de Loo (Nyenrode). Title: [T]here are known knowns …” Some reflections on the nature and practice of interpretive accounting research. Time: 12.00 hrs. Place: 5419.0007

Wednesday 6 March
I&O Seminar: Michael Wyrwich (University of Jena). Title: In the name of my parents: Entrepreneurship and the intergenerational transmission of values. Time: 12.00 hrs. Place: 5419.0240

Monday 4 February
SOM Seminar: Sofie Verbieren (KU Leuven). Title: Customization and management control: An analysis of franchise contracts. Time: 10.30 hrs. Place: 5419.0005

2012

Tuesday 27 November
I&O Seminar: Vicenzo Palermo (Georgia Institute of Technology). Title: Internal knowledge accumulation and the acquisition of external technology: Is there a trade-off? Time: 13.00 hrs. Place: 5414.0101

Thursday 22 November
I&O Seminar: Peter van der Zwan (EUR/EIM). Title: If it has to be, it is up to me: A multi-level approach to the determinants of social entrepreneurship. Time: 12.00 hrs. Place: 5419.0005

Tuesday 20 November
I&O Seminar: Sondos Gamal Abdelgawad (Esada University). Title: Relating entrepreneurial capabilities to learning and varity: Performance implications. Time: 13.30 hrs. Place: 5414.0101

Thursday 15 November
I&O Seminar: Andre van Stel (EIM). Title: Start-up size strategy: Risk management and performance. Time: 12.00 hrs. Place: 5419.0005

Thursday 1 November
I&O Seminar: Floor van den Born (HEC Paris). Title: Groupl-level brokerage and the production of novel output: The role of intragroup knowledge conversation. Time: 12.00 hrs. Place: 5419.0108

Monday 29 October
I&O Seminar: Francesco di Lorenzo (Georgetown University). Title: A behavioral perspective on inventors' mobility: The case of pharmaceutical industry. Time: 13.45 hrs. Place: 5419.0007

Monday 29 October
I&O Seminar: Anoop Madhok (Schulich Business School, Canada). Title: Knowledge and the alliance governance choice. Time: 15.00 hrs. Place: 5419.0005

Thursday 1 November
I&O Seminar: Floor van den Born (HEC Paris). Title: Group-level brokerage and the production of novel output: The role of intragroup knowledge conversation. Time: 12.00 hrs. Place: 5419.0108

Friday 26 October
I&O Seminar: Sajda Quresh (University of Nebraska at Omaha). Title: Information & communication technologies in developing countries: A review. Time: 12.00 hrs. Place: 5419.0005

Friday 19 October
I&O Seminar: Olga Belousova (Louvain School of Management). Title: Dispersed corporate entrepreneurship: Actors, behaviors, process. Time: 12.00 hrs. Place: 5419.0128

Thursday 4 October
I&O Seminar: Marleen Huysman and Nima Amiryany (VU). Title: Transferring "Learning". Time: 12.00 hrs. Place: 5419.0119

Wednesday 19 September
I&O Seminar: Victor Gilsing (Tilburg University). Title: Direct and indirect ties to universities: Firm heterogeneity, R&D collaboration and innovative performance in the biopharmaceutical industry. Time: 12.00 hrs. Place: 5419.0108

Thursday 6 September
I&O Seminar: Stefan Kuhlmann (University of Twente). Title: Governance of the discontinuation of socio-technical systems. Time: 12.00 hrs. Place: 5419.0245

Thursday 5 July
I&O Seminar: Laura Rosendahl Huber (UvA). Title: The effect of early entrepreneurship education. Evidence from a randomized field experiment. Time: 12.00 hrs. Place: 5419.0102

Thursday 24 May
I&O Seminar: Hilco van Elten (Nyenrode). Title: The use of relative performance evaluation at the business unit manager level. Time: 12.00 hrs. Place: 5411.0401

Friday 11 May
I&O Seminar: Stephanie Schleimer (Grifith Business School). Title: The driving forces of subsidiary absorptive capacity: The case of marketing strategy implementation. Time: 12.00 hrs. Place: 5419.0009

Thursday 19 April
I&O Seminar: Marc Frechet (University of Toulouse). Title: The framing of contract: Influences on, and from trust in experimental settings. Time: 12.00 hrs. Place: 5411.0401

Thursday 12 April
I&O Seminar: Marc J.F. Wouters (University of Twente). Title: How to increase employee performance with incentives after employees participated in the development of operational performance measures? Time: 12.00 hrs. Place: 5411.0401

Wednesday 11 April
I&O Seminar: Miguel Torres Preto (Instituto Superiod Tecnico - Lisbon). Title: Entrepreneurial skills and workers' wages in small firms. Time: 10.30 hrs. Place: 5411.0401

Thursday 8 March
I&O Seminar: Frank Neffke (Erasmus School of Economics). Title: How the network of skill similarities among industries shapes diversification patterns of firms, regions and individuals. Time: 12.00 hrs. Place: 5411.0401

Monday 5 March
SOM Seminar: I. Estrada Vaquero (University of Valladolid). Title: Feeling the call of cooperation? The dilemma faced by inexperienced firms in multi-partner alliances. Time: 11.00 hrs. Place: 5419.0107

Thursday 22 December
I&O Seminar: Mario Schijven (Texas University). Title: The architecture of acquisition capabilities: Sub-organizational interplay among context-specific pockets of experience. Time: 12.00 hrs. Place: 5412.0017 (Skibril - plaza).

Wednesday 14 December
I&O Seminar: Sebastiano A. Delre. Title: Empirically testing agent-based models of innovation diffusion: The additive approach and the threshold approach. Time: 12.00 hrs. Place: 5411.0401

Thursday 1 December
I&O Seminar: Evan Niesten (Utrecht University). Title: Efficient alliances: Building alliance management capabilities to economize on bounded rationality. Time: 12.00 hrs. Place: 5411.0401

Tuesday 29 November
I&O Seminar: Karlijn Nijmeijer and Isabelle Fabbricotti (Erasmus University Rotterdam). Title: Exploring franchising in health care. Time: 12.30 hrs. Place: 5412-0035

Friday 18 November
I&O Seminar: Lina Deng (University of Illinois). Title: Organizational status and top executive hiring in US higher education. Time: 10.45 hrs. Place: 5412.0039

Tuesday 15 November
I&O Seminar: Claudine Kearney (University of Dublin). Title: Change management through entrepreneurship in public sector enterprises. Time: 15.00 hrs. Place: 5412.0035

Thursday 3 November
I&O Seminar: Jingshu Du (Hasselt University). Title: Panacea or hype: Does R&D  collaboration improve the performance of NPD projects? Time: 12.00 hrs. Place: 5419.0009

Thursday 27 October
I&O Seminar: Valentina Tartari (Imperial College London). Title: Come engage with me: Social learning and academics' engagement with industry. Time: 15.30 hrs. Place: 5414.0101

Thursday 20 October
I&O Seminar: Jan de Kok (EUR/EIM). Title: The risk of growing fast: Does fast growth have a negative impact on the survival rates of firms? Time: 12.00 hrs. Place: 5411.0401

Thursday 29 September
I&O Seminar: Niels Bosma (Utrecht University). Title: Two faces of entrepreneurship; Drivers of innovative and replicative entrepreneurship. Time: 16.00 hrs. Place: 5419.0109

Thursday 22 September
I&O Seminar: Sofie Verbieren (Katholieke Universiteit Leuven). Title: Customer input uncertainty and management control: An analysis of franchise contracts. Time: 12.00 hrs. Place: 5419.0109

Thursday 8 September
I&O Seminar: Marcel Bogers (University of Southern Denmark). Title: Open innovation: Is it really a new phenomenon? Time: 13.00 hrs. Place: 5411.0401

Thursday 18 August
I&O Seminar: Sung S. Kim (University of Wisconsin-Madison). Title: Alternative research processes: The personal case of online privacy research. Time: 12.00 hrs. Place: 5411.0401

Thursday 30 June
I&O Seminar: Wouter Stam (The Hong Kong University of Science and Technology). Title: Alliance network diversity, entrepreneurial team resources, and new venture innovativeness. Time: 12.00 hrs. Place: 5411.0401

Wednesday 29 June
I&O Seminar: Suman Lodh (University of Bergamo). Title: Knowledge creation in R&D alliances: Some empirical evidence from patented inventions in US biotechnology firms. Time: 14.00 hrs. Place: 5411.0401

Thursday 19 May
I&O Seminar: Rajesh Kumar (University of Nottingham). Title: Interpartner decision making in alliances: Integrating discrepancies and internal tensions. Time: 12.00 hrs. Place: 5411.0401

Monday 14 February
I&O Seminar: Dimitra Petrakaki (London School of Economics and Political Sciences). Title: The role of technology in shaping the professional future of community pharmacists: The case of the electronic prescription service in the English NHS. Time: 10.00 hrs. Place: 5419.0101

Thursday 3 February
I&O Seminar: Ton Spil (Twente University). Title:Business modeling in e-health. Time: 12.00 hrs. Place: 5411.0543

Thursday 20 January
I&O Seminar: Joern Block (Erasmus University Rotterdam). Title: On the value for family members to work in their own family firms: Evidence from earnings regressions. Time: 12.00 hrs. Place: 5411.0401


2010

Thursday 9 December
I&O Seminar: Nigel Holden (Lancashire Business School). Title: Knowledge as a network package: aspects of transfer and translation in international business.  Time: 11.30 hrs. Place: 5419.0111

Monday 1 November
I&O Seminar: Emmanuel Mugejjera (Makarer/Uganda Universities). Title: An approach to enhance decision making in the energy sector. Time: 11.30 hrs. Place: Datalab

Thursday 4 November
I&O Seminar: Dries Faems (University of Twente). Title: Connecting inter-firm and intra-firm collaboration in NPSD projects: Does innovation context matter? Time: 12.00 hrs. Place: 5412.0025

Thursday 21 October
I&O Seminar: Cathy Urquhart (Manchester Metropolitan University Business School). Title: Publishing in journals. Time: 12.00 hrs. Place: 5419.0011

Thursday 21 October
I&O Seminar: Cathy Urquhart (Manchester Metropolitan University Business School). Title: Politics on information and communication technologies for the developing countries (ICT4D). Time: 13.00 hrs. Place: 5419.0013

Tuesday 7 September
I&O Seminar: Alberto Nucciarelli. Title: tba. Time: 14.30 hrs. Place: 5412.0040

Thursday 2 September
I&O Seminar: Erik Lim. Title: Managing enterprise system implementation: A dynamic capability perspective. Time: 15.00 hrs. Place: 5412.0028

Tuesday 31 August
I&O Seminar: Kris Ven. Title: tba. Time: 13.30 hrs. Place: 5412.0028

Friday 2 July
B&IS Seminar: Sajda Qureshi (University of Nebraska). Title: Information technology for development: Opportunities and future directions. Time: 09.00 hrs. Place: 5419.0124

Thursday 17 June
SOM Seminar: Joyce Rupert (Leiden University). Title: When subgroups divide the team: About diversity faultlines and team learning. Time: 15.00 hrs. Place: 5411.0543

Monday 14 June
SOM Seminar: Maurizio Zollo (University of Bocconi). Title: What explains M&A performance? Time: 11.00 hrs. Place: 5411.0743

Wednesday 9 June
SOM Seminar: Loet Leydesdorff (ASCoR/UvA). Title: The knowledge-based economy and the triple helix model. Time: 12.00 hrs. Place: 5411.0401

Thursday 3 June
SOM Seminar: Pim Chantapun (ANU). Title: Portfolio rebalancing: A factor model of commodity currencies. Time: 14.00 hrs. Place: 5411.0743

Tuesday 1 June
SOM Seminar: Victor Maas. Title: In search of informed discretion: An experimental investigation of fairness and trust reciprocity. Time: 13.00 hrs. Place: 5419.0007

Tuesday 1 June
SOM Seminar: Sergev Osadchiy (Rotterdam School of Management). Title: Explaining bureaucratic rule change: The role of problem absorption. Time: 15.00 hrs. Place: 5411.0401

Friday 28 May
SOM Seminar: Leon Schjoedt (University of Central Florida, Orlando Florida). Title: Entrepreneurial job crafting: A comparison of novice and repeat entrepreneurs work characteristics and stress. Time: 15.00 hrs. Place: 5412.0040

Tuesday 25 May
SOM Seminar: Florian Noseleit (Friedrich Schiller University Jena). Title: Start-ups, long- and short-term survivors and their effect on regional employment growth. Time: 15.00 hrs. Place: 5419.0128

Wednesday 19 May
SOM Seminar: Stefan Kesting (University of Auckland). Title: Political aspects of innovation in the New Zealand dairy industry. Time: 12.00 hrs. Place: 5411.0401


Thursday 22 April
SOM Seminar: Haibo Zhou (EUR). Title: What turns knowledge into innovative products? The role of entrepreneurship and knowledge spillovers. Time: 14.00 hrs. Place: 5412.0028

Wednesday 21 April
SOM Seminar: Wim Naudé (United Nations University). Title: Entrepreneurship and human development. Time: 11.00 hrs. Place: 5412.0028

Wednesday 14 April
SOM Seminar: Justin Jansen (RSM). Title: Ambidexterity and performance in multi-unit contexts:
Cross-level moderating effects of structural and resource attributes. Time: 12.00 hrs. Place: 5411.0401

Wednesday 24 March
SOM Seminar: Michael Hitt (Texas A&M University). Title: International strategies and
outcomes: Effects of the institutional environment. Time: 12.00 hrs. Place: 5419.0003

Wednesday 17 March
SOM Seminar: Eran Binenbaum (University of Adelaide). Title: International collective action in agricultural R&D. Time: 12.00 hrs. Place: 5411.0401

Wednesday 10 March
SOM Seminar: Maya Fiolet (VU Amsterdam). Title: Entrepreneurship in the non-profit sector: Blurring boundaries to create social value. Time: 12.00 hrs. Place: 5411.0401

Monday 8 March
B&IS Seminar: Gerben Meyer. Title: Monitoring and control with intelligent products. Time: 12.30 hrs. Place: Lunchroom at the Sportcenter
Wednesday 3 March
SOM Seminar: Hugo van Driel (Rotterdam School of Management). title: Institutional experimentation and its outcomes. Time: 12.00 hrs. Place: 5411.0401

Wednesday 24 February
SOM Seminar: André Stel (UvA). Title: The more business owners the merrier? The role of teriary education. Time: 12.00 hrs. Place: 5411.0401

Wednesday 20 January
SOM Seminar: David Langley. Title: Innovation Management at TNO. Time: 12.00 hrs. Place: 5411.0401

2009

Monday 7 December
B&IS Seminar: Marco Stuit. Title: Discovery and analysis of email-driven collaboration processes: An application of an interaction-centric approach. Time: 12.00 hrs. Place: Lunchroom at the Sportcenter

Thursday 3 December
SOM Seminar: Joon Koh (Graduate School of Business Chonnam National University, South Korea). Title: Key factors affecting virtual community stimulation. Time: 13.15 hrs. Place: 5419.0003

Wednesday 2 December
SOM Seminar: Serge Rijsdijk (ERIM). Title: Knowledge tacitness and the effects of formal and informal control mechanisms on NPD project outcomes. Time: 12.00 hrs. Place: 5411.0401

Tuesday 24 November
SOM Seminar: Matthias Trier (TU Berlin). Title: Collective phenomena and information systems: Exploring event-based dynamic networks. Time: 13.15 hrs. Place: 5412.0025

Wednesday 21 October
SOM Seminar: Wolfgang Sofka (Tilburg University). Title: Searching for innovation in market and transition economies: Evidence across Europe. Time: 12.00 hrs. Place: 5411.0401

Thursday 9 July
B&IS Seminar: Iris Lorscheid (University of Koblenz). Title: Cognitive agents in hierarchical organisations - Application of machine learning algorithms in complex systems. Time: 12.00 hrs. Place: 5419.0003

Monday 29 June
SOM Seminar: Hans van der Bij (Technical University Eindhoven). Title: Three research programs in product innovation management: An example of an uncertainty management paper. Time: 15.30 hrs. Place: 5412.0035

Wednesday 24 June
SOM Seminar: Lorraine Uhlaner (Nyenrode). Title: The role of owners in building social capital: Collective action as key to entrepreneurship. Time: 13.00 hrs. Place: 5411.0403

Wednesday 24 June
SOM Seminar: Kayhan Tajeddini (Les Roches International School of Hotel Management, Switzerland). Title: Perceptions of innovativeness among Swiss watch managers. Time: 14.45 hrs. Place: 5412.0028

Thursday 25 June
SOM Seminar: Lukasz Mamica (University of Cracow). Title: The regional innovation system for an emerging IT cluster in Cracow. Time: 13.00 hrs. Place: 5411.0403

Thursday 11 June
SOM Seminar: Ulrich Lichtenthaler (WHU - Otto Beisheim School of Management). Title: Absorptive capacity, environmental turbulence, and the complementarity of organizational learning processes. Time: 14.15 hrs. Place: 5412.0028

Thursday 4 June
SOM Seminar: P. Faria (Technical University of Lisbon). Title: Formal and strategic knowledge protection strategies of multinational firms - A cross country comparison. Time: 15.15 hrs. Place: 5412.0028

Wednesday 3 June
B&IS Seminar: Bert de Brock. Title: Transactions in ORM. Time: 12.00 hrs. Place: 5419.0003

Thursday 28 May
SOM Seminar: Yeliz Eseryel (Syracuse University). Title: Leading self-managing global teams: Multiple case studies of open source software development teams. Time: 11.00 hrs. Place: 5412.0028

Thursday 28 May
SOM Seminar: Jeong-ha Cath Oh (Michael G. Foster School of Business, University of Washington, Seattle). Title: Social networks and diffusion of user-generated digital content: Evidence from You Tube. Time: 13.45 hrs. Place: 5412.0028

Monday 11 May
B&IS Seminar: Hans Wortmann. Title: SAAS research. Time: 12.00 hrs. Place: 5411.0545. If you would like to attend this seminar, please send an email to d.van.lingen-elzinga rug.nl

Thursday 7 May
B&IS Seminar: Philip Powell. Title: Web use in small firms. Time: 14.15 hrs. Place: 5411.0845

Wednesday 8 April
SOM Seminar: Sergey Filippov (UNU-MERIT ). Title: Development of competences in MNC subsidiaries of new EU member states. Time: 13.00 hrs. Place: 5411.0403

Tuesday 17 March
SOM Seminar: Jared B. Fotis (Utrecht School of Economics). Title: Efficiency effects of bank mergers: The US merger waves from 1984 to 2004. Time: 13.00 hrs. Place: 5411.0403

Wednesday 11 March
SOM Seminar: Utz Weitzel. Title: How much do they care? Entrepreneurial talent and other-regarding behavior. Time: 12.00 hrs. Place: 5411.0403

Tuesday 10 March
B&IS Seminar: Chee Wee Tan (Sauder School of Business, University of British Columbia, Vancouver). Title:A goal-directed perspective of electronic services. Time: 13.00 hrs. Place: 5419.0103

Wednesday 4 March
SOM Seminar: Alfonso Valdesogo Robles (Universite Catholique de Louvain). Title: A canonical vine autoregressive model for large dimensions. Time: 12.30 hrs. Place: 5412.0025

Monday 2 March
SOM Seminar: Eran Rubin (Saunder School of Business, University of British Columbia). Title: The impact of business intelligence systems on stock return volatility. Time: 13.00 hrs. Place: 5419.0011

Monday 16 February
SOM Seminar: Rick van Baaren (Radboud University Nijmegen). Title: Resistance in advertising and social influence. Time: 15.45 hrs. Place: 5412.0035

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