Marvin Hanisch is an Assistant Professor in the Innovation Management & Strategy Department at the University of Groningen. He studies how individuals and organizations collaborate in knowledge-intensive areas with a focus on the underlying governance mechanisms. His research is motivated by a pervasive managerial question: how can people and businesses mitigate opportunistic tendencies and coordinate activities as they are increasingly pushed to work across professional and organizational boundaries to benefit from specialized and dispersed knowledge? To answer this question, Marvin Hanisch applies quantitative and qualitative methods to contexts such as strategic alliances in the biopharmaceutical industry, industry-spanning blockchain networks, digital platforms, and the Linux kernel development community. His work has been recognized with multiple awards, most recently the Strategic Management Behavioral Strategy Best Paper Award at EURAM 2019, and the Cooperative Strategies Best Paper Award at SMS 2018. Before joining the University of Groningen, Marvin Hanisch worked as a Research Associate at the University of Passau. Moreover, he was a visiting scholar at the University of Colorado at Boulder and Purdue University.
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