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Entrepreneurship, Innovation, and Platforms

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Entrepreneurship, Innovation, and Platforms
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Entrepreneurship, Innovation, and Platforms
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eng
Summary
Despite recent advances in our understanding of how innovation and entrepreneurship impact the creation and appropriation of value, numerous questions remain unanswered. This volume draws together scholars working at the forefront of entrepreneurship-, strategy-, and innovation-related domains to explore these questions
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Advances in Strategic Management
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v.37
Entrepreneurship, Innovation, and Platforms
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Entrepreneurship, Innovation, and Platforms
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Contents
  • Front Cover -- Entrepreneurship, Innovation, and Platforms -- Copyright Page -- Contents -- List of Contributors -- Introduction: Entrepreneurship, Innovation, and Platforms -- Entrepreneurship and Entrant-Incumbent Dynamics -- Management of Innovation in Large Firms -- Platform-Based Competition -- Conclusion -- References -- Part I: Entrepreneurship and Entrant-Incumbent Dynamics -- Negotiating for the Market -- Key Modeling Choices -- Model Setup -- Firms and Innovations -- Dynamic Capabilities -- Commercialization Choices -- Negotiation Outcomes -- Licensing -- Acquisition -- Comparing Licensing and Acquisition -- Extensions -- Static Drivers and Product Market Competition -- Endogenous Rate of Innovation -- Alternative Contracting Possibilities -- Restructuring and Spinouts -- Entrant Participation in Production -- Delayed Negotiation -- Empirical Implications and Future Directions -- Notes -- Acknowledgments -- References -- Innovation Policies -- A Model of Investment -- Investor View -- Entrepreneur's View -- The Deal between the Entrepreneur and Investor -- Who Funds Experimentation? -- Investors choice of commitment level -- Conclusion -- Notes -- Acknowledgments -- References -- Appendix A: Model of Deal between the Entrepreneur and Investor -- No Commitment -- Commitment -- Commitment or the Guillotine -- Appendix B: Model of Investors Choice of Commitment Level -- The Search for Investments and Investors -- Appendix C: Proofs of Propositions -- Derivation of Max and Min Required Fractions -- Proof of Propositions 3 and 4 -- Derivation of First-Period Fractions -- Proof of Proposition 1 -- Proof of Proposition 2 -- Proof of Proposition 5 -- Proof of Corollary 2 -- Nuanced Role of Relevant Prior Experience: Sales Takeoff of Disruptive Products and Product Innovation with Disrupted Technology in Industrial Robotics -- Introduction
  • Theory -- Context: Industrial Robotics Industry -- Evolution of Industrial Robotics Industry -- Data Sources -- Data Description -- Variables -- Results and Analyses -- Discussion and Conclusion -- Direction of Future Research: Selection of a Dominant Design during Technological Evolution -- Notes -- References -- Part II: Management of Innovation in Large Firms -- Structural Versus Experienced Complexity: A New Perspective on the Relationship between Organizational Complexity and Innovation -- Introduction -- Theoretical Background -- Individual-Level Research on Complexity -- Theoretical Development -- Hypotheses -- Structural Complexity -- Experienced Complexity -- Methodology -- Sample -- Measurement Approach -- Measures -- Model Specification -- Results -- Discussion and Conclusions -- Note -- References -- Network Stability, Network Externalities, and Technology Adoption -- Introduction -- Description of Technology and Data -- Technology -- Firm Setting -- Data -- Physical Dislocation -- Modeling Technology Adoption -- Applying the Model to Data -- Correlations in the Data -- Measuring Network Externalities -- Robustness and Discussion -- Implications -- Notes -- Acknowledgments -- References -- Platforms, Open/User Innovation, and Ecosystems: A Strategic Leadership Perspective -- Platforms, Open/User Innovation, and Ecosystems -- Similarities between Platforms, Open/User Innovation, and Ecosystems -- Differences between Platforms, Open/User Innovation, and Ecosystems -- A Generalized View of Platforms, Open/User Innovation, and Ecosystems -- Institutional Logic Shifts in Incumbent Firm Transitions -- Strategic Leadership Challenges -- Discussion -- Future Directions and Research Opportunities -- Conclusion -- Notes -- Acknowledgments -- References -- Part III: Platform-Based Competition -- Dynamic Capabilities and (Digital) Platform Lifecycles
  • Introduction -- Capabilities: Ordinary and Dynamic -- Platforms and Ecosystems -- The Platform Lifecycle -- Birth -- Expansion -- Leadership -- Self-Renewal -- Conclusion -- Notes -- Acknowledgments -- References -- Platform Boundary Choices & Governance: Opening-Up While Still Coordinating and Orchestrating -- Introduction -- Summary of Empirical Findings -- Literature and Background: Platforms and Platform-Based Organization -- Platforms as a Technical Design and Product Management Approach -- Platforms as a Mode of Economic Organization -- Platform and Platform Owner Boundaries? -- Using Boundary Choices to Allocate Investment Incentives -- Using Boundary Choices to Solve Coordination Problems through Direct Integration -- Using Boundary Choices in Gain the Power to Orchestrate the "Ecosystem" -- Empirical Approach and Data -- Empirical Context: Early Mobile Computing Platforms -- Data and Measurement -- Interpretation of Patterns -- Psion and Symbian -- GRiD, Zoomer, and Palm -- Microsoft Palm for Windows, WinPad, Pulsar, and Windows CE -- Montavista Mobilinux -- Discussion -- Conclusions -- Notes -- Acknowledgments -- References -- Amazon Warrior: How a Platform Can Restructure Industry Power and Ecology -- Introduction -- Theory and Hypotheses -- Resource Partitioning and Resource Dependence -- Social Media Platforms as Public Media -- Herding, Media Attention, and Sales -- Data and Methodology -- Data Sources -- Variables -- Model -- Findings -- Main Results -- Effects over Time -- Supplementary Analyses -- Discussion -- Theoretical Implications -- Conclusion -- Notes -- Acknowledgments -- References -- Open Source Platforms Beyond Software: From ICT to Biotechnology -- Introduction -- Prior Research on ICT Platforms -- Attributes of ICT Platforms -- Open Source Platforms -- Open vs. Proprietary Tensions in Biotechnology -- Research Design
  • Three Platform Archetypes -- Explicit and Implicit Conception of Platforms -- IP Commons -- Hackerspace -- Crowdsourced Patient Data -- Adaptation of Open Source Concepts -- Digitalization and Democratization of Biotechnology -- Impact of the Open Source Exemplar -- Technical, Legal, and Institutional Limits on Openness -- Conclusions -- Adapting Open Source from ICT to Biology -- Implications for Platform Theory -- Notes -- Acknowledgments -- References -- Index
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