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  • Refereed essays Web of Science

    Technological Relatedness and Industrial Transformation: Introduction to the Special Issue

    This article introduces eleven research articles that connect concepts of technological relatedness and diffusion with the transformation of industrial and innovation systems. These studies focus on the role of knowledge spillovers, regional variations in innovation and performance, and the evolution of new technologies, such as green and digital technologies. Regional capabilities and ability to diversify ...

    In: The Journal of Technology Transfer 48 (2023), 3, S. 469–475 | Sara Amoroso, Dario Diodato, Bronwyn H. Hall, Pietro Moncada-Paternò-Castello
  • Refereed essays Web of Science

    The internationalisation of R&D: Past, Present and Future

    In this perspective paper we discuss major trends that will shape the internationalisation of business R&D in the future. New scientific discoveries will provide new opportunities to innovate; the growing scientific capabilities in emerging economies will create new hot spots for relevant knowledge; new research activities will emerge from the need to combat climate change; digital technologies including ...

    In: International Business Review 33 (2024), 1, 102191, 10 S. | Bernhard Dachs, Sara Amoroso, Davide Castellani, Marina Papanastassiou, Max von Zedtwitz
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    The Influence of Start-Up Motivation on Entrepreneurial Performance

    Predicting entrepreneurial development based on individual and business-related characteristics is a key objective of entrepreneurship research. In this context, we investigate whether the motives of becoming an entrepreneur influence the subsequent entrepreneurial development. In our analysis, we examine a broad range of business outcomes including survival and income, as well as job creation, and ...

    In: Small Business Economics 61 (2023), S. 869–889 | Marco Caliendo, Alexander S. Kritikos, Claudia Stier
  • Diskussionspapiere 2071 / 2024

    Buyer Power and the Effect of Vertical Integration on Innovation

    Our article investigates the impact of vertical integration (without foreclosure) on innovation. We compare cases where either (i) two manufacturers or (ii) a manufacturer and a vertically integrated retailer invest. Then, the independent manufacturer( s) and the retailer bargain over non-linear contracts before selling to consumers. We show that vertical integration always increases the incentives ...

    2024| Claire Chambolle, Morgane Guignard
  • Externe Monographien

    Self-Efficacy and Entrepreneurial Performance of Start-Ups

    Self-efficacy reflects the self-belief that one can persistently perform difficult and novel tasks while coping with adversity. As such beliefs reflect how individuals behave, think, and act, they are key for successful entrepreneurial activities. While existing literature mainly analyzes the influence of the task-related construct of entrepreneurial self-efficacy, we take a different perspective and ...

    Bonn: IZA, 2023, 41 S.
    (Discussion Paper Series / Forschungsinstitut zur Zukunft der Arbeit ; 15848)
    | Marco Caliendo, Alexander S. Kritikos, Daniel Rodriguez, Claudia Stier
  • Externe Monographien

    Self-Efficacy and Entrepreneurial Performance of Start-Ups

    Self-efficacy reflects the self-belief that one can persistently perform difficult and novel tasks while coping with adversity. As such beliefs reflect how individuals behave, think, and act, they are key for successful entrepreneurial activities. While existing literature mainly analyzes the influence of the task-related construct of entrepreneurial self-efficacy, we take a different perspective and ...

    Potsdam: CEPA, 2023, 41 S.
    (CEPA Discussion Papers ; 61)
    | Marco Caliendo, Alexander S. Kritikos, Daniel Rodriguez, Claudia Stier
  • Diskussionspapiere 2030 / 2023

    Self-Efficacy and Entrepreneurial Performance of Start-Ups

    Self-efficacy reflects the self-belief that one can persistently perform difficult and novel tasks while coping with adversity. As such beliefs reflect how individuals behave, think, and act, they are key for successful entrepreneurial activities. While existing literature mainly analyzes the influence of the task-related construct of entrepreneurial self-efficacy, we take a different perspective and ...

    2023| Marco Caliendo, Alexander S. Kritikos, Daniel Rodriguez, Claudia Stier
  • Diskussionspapiere 2045 / 2023

    Agglomeration or Market Access? The Defining Factors of Firms' Location Choice

    As research indicates a gap between complex scientific measures of accessibility and simpler proxies used by firms, this paper analyses the impact of several market access indicators on the location decision of firms. It compares the role of inter- and intra-industry agglomeration as proxies of access with a newly developed gravity-based indicator incorporating transport distances and industry relations. ...

    2023| Dennis Gaus, Georg Hirte
  • Refereed essays Web of Science

    Self-Efficacy and Entrepreneurial Performance of Start-Ups

    Self-efficacy reflects the self-belief that one can persistently perform difficult and novel tasks while coping with adversity. As such beliefs reflect how individuals behave, think, and act, they are key for successful entrepreneurial activities. While existing literature mainly analyzes the influence of the task-related construct of entrepreneurial self-efficacy, we take a different perspective and ...

    In: Small Business Economics 61 (2023), S. 1027–1051 | Marco Caliendo, Alexander S. Kritikos, Daniel Rodríguez, Claudia Stier
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    The Impact of Public Procurement on Financial Barriers to General and Green Innovation

    This study investigates whether public procurement mitigates or exacerbates innovative enterprises’ financial constraints. We distinguish between general and environmentally beneficial innovative enterprises. Theory suggests that the treatment effects of public procurement, particularly when mediated by the demand-pull effect, may lower a company’s funding constraints for innovation. We test this theory ...

    In: Small Business Economics (2024), im Ersch. [Online first: 2023-07-24] | Dorothea Schäfer, Andres Stephan, Sören Fuhrmeister
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