Best-Paper-Award “Innovation Management” 2018
Honoring Excellence in Research at the venerable Sektkellerei Henkell
On November 22, 2018 the Best Paper Award Innovation Management was awarded. A total of 32 papers were submitted to the Award this year. The three finalists presented their papers in the Mamorsaal of the Sektkellerei Henkell (Wiesbaden, Germany) in front of the jury and an audience consisting of academics and industry experts.
The third prize was awarded to Philip Steinberger, Vivien D. Procher and Diemo Urbig for their paper ”Too much or too little of R & D offshoring: The impact of captive offshoring and contract offshoring on innovation performance” which will be published in Research Policy. Philip Steinberg is Assistant Professor at University of Groningen, Netherlands. Vivien Procher is Associate Professor at Grenoble Ecole de Management (GEM), France, and a member of RWI Essen. Diemo Urbig is Junior Professor at the Bergische Universität Wuppertal and Research Fellow at Indiana University, USA.
The second prize went to Bruno Cirillo (Associate Professor at SKEMA Business School in Sophia Antipolis, France) for his paper “External Learning Strategies and Technological Search Output: Spinout Strategy and Corporate Invention Quality” which will be published in Organization Science.
The first prize winners of the Best Paper Award Innovation Management 2018 are Henning Piezunka (Assistant professor at INSEAD, France) and Linus Dahlander (Associate professor at ESMT Berlin) with their paper ”Idea Rejected, Tie Formed: Organizations’ Feedback on Crowdsourced Ideas” which is accepted for publication in the Academy of Management Journal.
We congratulate the three finalists for their achievements!
The jury of the BPA 2018 included:
- Stéphane Bonutto (Oerlikon)
- Dr. Andreas Brokemper (Henkell & Co. Sektkellerei)
- Jan Brückmann (Emirates)
- Dr. Mike Dietrich (Oerlikon)
- Prof. Dr. Ronald Gleich (EBS Business School)
- Volker Greiner (Emirates)
- Prof. Dr. Christian Landau (EBS Business School)
- Marc Launer (Boeing)
- Prof. Dr. Christof Schimank (Horváth & Partners)
- Prof. Dr. Andreas Wald (School of Business and Law, University of Agder)