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Research Seminars


Upcoming Seminars 2018
28 February 2018 Dr. Hannes Datta, Assistant Professor Tilburg School of Economics and Management, Department of Marketing, the Netherlands
Topic: Does Variety Fragment Tastes? The Case of Spotify

Previous Seminars

15 November 2017 Oana-Maria Pop, PhD candidate Open Innovation & Marketing, Hasselt University, Belgium
Topic: Institutions and institutional change in healthcare ecosystems (read more)
11 October 2017 Prof.dr. Silvio Vismara, Associate Professor of Entrepreneurial Finance, University of Bergamo, Italy
Topic: Rulemaking in entrepreneurial finance:Evidence from public participation to the regulation of equity crowdfunding (read more)
11 September 2017 Dr. Nina Granqvist, Assistant Professor of Management Studies, Aalto University Helsinki, Finland
Topic: A narrative approach to market category hypes (read more)
4 September 2017 Natalia Maehle, Associate Professor, Mohn Centre for Innovation and Regional Development – Western Norway University of Applied Sciences
Topic: COOLCROWD project: Local crowdfunding for a low-emission society (read more)
28 June 2017 Dr. Shantanu Mullick, Assistant Professor at the ITEM Group, Eindhoven University of Technology, the Netherlands
Topic: Impact of restrictions on snack food advertisements targeted at children (read more)
14 June 2017 Prof.dr. Bart Leten, Associate Professor of Innovation Management, KU Leuven & University of Hasselt, Belgium 
Topic: The contingent performance effects between firms and academic star scientists (read more)
7 June 2017 Geert Verbong, Professor of Technology Innovation & Society, Eindhoven University of Technology, the Netherlands
31 May 2017 Dr. Ekaterina Bjornali, Associate Professor at the Norwegian University of Science and Technology (NTNU), Norway
Topic: Do social enterprises benefit from board conflicts? (read more)
10 May 2017 Prof.dr. Bart Vos, NEVI Professor of Purchasing Management, Tilburg University, The Netherlands
Topic: Adoption of innovative purchasing practices (read more)
8 February 2017 Dr. Hans Frankort, Senior Lecturer in Strategy, Cass Business School London
Topic: Unpacking the cognitive activation of social ties in the workplace (read more)
26 January 2017 Prof. Keld Laursen, Professor at the Department of Innovation and Organizational Economics, Copenhagen Business School & Prof. Wim Vanhaverbeke, Professor of Innovation Management and Strategy, Hasselt University (read more)
21 December 2016 Dr. Christine De Lille, Assistant Professor of User-centered Design of Business, Delft University of Technology, the Netherlands
Topic: Design Doing @ KLM: a longitudinal perspective (read more)
30 November 2016 Dr. Alex Alblas, Assistant Professor at the ITEM Group , Eindhoven University of Technology TU/e, The Netherlands
9 November 2016 Prof. Katrin Hussinger, Professor of Innovation and Entrepreneurship at the University of Luxembourg, Luxembourg
Topic: The effect of corporate governance on the innovativeness of independent corporate ventures (read more)
19 October 2016 Dr. Anneleen Van Boxstael, Assistant Professor at the ITEM Group, Eindhoven University of Technology TU/e, The Netherlands (read more)
12 October 2016

Prof. Marcela Miozzo, Professor of Economics and Management of Innovation, The University of Manchester, United Kingdom
Topic: Partnering with the professor: the governance of collaboration for innovation between heterogeneous parties (read more)

22 June 2016 Dr. Annika Lorenz, Post-doctoral Research Fellow in Strategy and Innovation Management at Hasselt University, Belgium
Topic: Once bitten, less shy? R&D cooperation and prior expropriation experience (read more)
1 June 2016 Prof. Dr. Oliver Alexy, Associate Professor Strategic Entrepreneurship at the Technical University Munich, TUM School of Management, Germany
Topic: Playing the Ecosystem Game:Rethinking Control and the Temporality of Value (read more)
19 May 2016 Dr. Anthony Dukes, Marshall School of Business, University of Southern California, Los Angeles, USA
Topic: Exploiting Hassle Costs by Tiered Customer Complaint Management (read more)
12 May 2016 Prof. Dr. Marcus Wagner, Professor of Management, Innovation and International Business, University Augsburg, Germany
Topic: Organizational Ambidexterity in the Semiconductor Industry: The Moderating Role of Business Models for Innovation Success (read more)
4 mei 2016 dr. Sungho Park, Assistant Professor at WPC Marketing Faculty, Arizona State University, Arizona, USA
Topic: Playing to Learn and Learning to Play: Effects of Superstar App Adoption on Enhancements to Mobile App Proficiency (read more)
20 April 2016 Dr. Keyvan Vakili, Assistant Professor, Strategy and Entrepreneurship, London Business School, London, United Kingdom
Topic: Collaborative promotion of technology standards and the impact on innovation and industry structure: Evidence from modern patent pools (read more)
27 January 2016 Prof. Petra Andries, Professor of Entrepreneurship and Strategy at Ghent University, Ghent, Belgium
Topic: Technology-to-market Linking in New Ventures: Introducing Organizational Search into Entrepreneurship (read more)
20 January 2016 Prof. Martin Schreier, Professor of Marketing and Head of the Institute for Marketing Management, Department of Marketing, WU Vienna, Austria
Topic: Customization Can Improve Your Performance: The Motivational Consequences of the Self-expressive Customization of a Product (read more)
16 December 2015

Extended business models research seminar at TU/e features 7 papers of authors from Toulouse Business School, Rotterdam School of Management, RWTH-Aachen, University of Bath, Nijmegen School of Management, Wilfrid Laurier University, IESE Business School and Eindhoven University of Technology. If interested, please register via This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.
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2 December 2015

Stephen X. Zhang, Assistant Professor, Management of Entrepreneurship & Innovation, Pontificia Universidad Católica de Chile, Chile
Topic: How effectual and causal entrepreneurial approaches lead to biases differtenly (read more)

18 November 2015

Prof. Finn Wynstra, Professor of Purchasing and Supply Management, Department of Technology and Operations Management and Robert Suurmond, MSc, both at Rotterdam School of Management (RSM), Erasmus University Rotterdam, the Netherlands
Topic: Supplier Involvement in Product Innovation: a meta-analysis (read more)

28 October 2015

Dr. ir. W. (Michel) van der Borgh, Assistant Professor of Marketing, ITEM, Eindhoven University of Technology TU/e, The Netherlands
Topic: Striking A Balance Within the Sales Team: Why Salespeople Exhibit Task–Contextual Balance and Its Impact on Target Obtainment (more info)

30 September 2015

Prof. Dr. Marko Sarstedt, Chair of Marketing, Faculty of Economics and Management, Otto-von-Guericke-Universität Magdeburg, Germany
Topic: The impact of cognitive impairment of the compromise effect and choice deferral (read more)

23 September 2015

Prof. dr. Erik Stam, Professor Utrecht University School of Economics - USE, Utrecht University (UU), the Netherlands
Topic: Entrepreneurial Ecosystems: Old Wine in New Bottles? (read more)

16 September 2015

Prof. dr. D.L.M. (Dries) Faems, Professor of Innovation and Organization at the Faculty of Economics and Business, University of Groningen, the Netherlands
Topic: Toward a force field perspective on attention allocation: the case of post-acquisition integration (read more)

2 September 2015

Prof. Jan Dul - Professor of Technology and Human Factors, Department of Technology and Operations Management, Rotterdam School of Management (RSM), Erasmus University Rotterdam, the Netherlands
Topic: Necessary Condition Analysis (NCA) (read more)

25 June 2015

Prof. dr. ing. Christian van Husen, Professor at the Faculty Industrial Engineering, Hochschule Furtwangen University (HFU), Germany
Topic: Service Prototyping – a multidimensional approach (read more)

18 June 2015

Prof. dr. E. (Eva) Demerouti, Professor at the Faculty Industrial Engineering & Innovation Sciences, Human Performance Management (HPM), Eindhoven University of Technology (TU/e), the Netherlands
Topic: Work environment, Well-being and Performance (read more)

10 June 2015

Serdar Durmusoglu Ph.D, Associate Professor of Marketing at University of Dayton, Ohio, USA
Topic: Global New Product Development Management: Its Drivers and Effect on Success (read more)

3 June 2015

Dr. Annelies Bobelyn, Assistant Professor at the ITEM group, Eindhoven University of Technology (TU/e), the Netherlands
Topic: Fostering sustainability through organizational control: the role of search for new knowledge (read more)

27 May 2015

Dr. T.J.G. Peeters, Assistant Professor of Innovation and Entrepreneurship, ITEM, Eindhoven University of Technology TU/e, the Netherlands
Topic: Knowledge Protection and Input Intensity Arising from Open Innovation (read more)

13 May 2015 Prof. Stefano Puntoni, Professor of Marketing, Department of Marketing Management, Rotterdam School of Management (RSM), Erasmus University Rotterdam, the Netherlands
Topic: The Relativity of Productivity (read more)
29 April 2015 Prof. dr. Koen H. Heimeriks, Professor of Strategy & Corporate Growth, Tilburg University (TIAS), Tilburg, the Netherlands
Topic: Do Sources of Knowledge matter? Toward a Typology of Deliberate Learning in Complex, Strategic Tasks (read more)
22 April 2015 Prof. dr. ir. Kees Dorst, Professor of Design at the University of Technology Sydney (UTS), Australia and Professor 'Design Skills for Interaction' at the Eindhoven University of Technology (TU/e), the Netherlands
Topic: Frame Innovation - Create New Thinking by Design (read more)
15 April 2015 Dr. ir. Katrin Eling, Assistant Professor of New Product Development, ITEM, Eindhoven University of Technology (TU/e), the Netherlands
Topic: Hindsight is Easier than Foresight: The Advantages of 'Hybrid' Gate Timing (read more)
26 March 2015 Carina Lomberg, Assistant Professor Entrepreneurship at the Institute of Marketing and Management at the University of Bern, Switzerland
Topic: Entrepreneurial orientation: The Dimensions' Shared Effects in Explaining Firm Performance (read more)
18 March 2015 Prof. dr. dr. Holger Patzelt, Professor and Chair of Entrepreneurship at the Technical University Munich, TUM School of Management, Germany
 Topic: Management of project transitions by R&D professionals (read more)
25 February 2015 Dr. Sarah Gelper and dr. Annelies Bobelyn - both assistant professor at the ITEM group, Eindhoven University of Technology (TU/e), the Netherlands
Topics: Competition for Attention in Online Social Networks: Implications for Viral Marketing / Fostering sustainability through organizational control: the role of search for new knowledge (read more)
11 February 2015 Prof. dr. Christian Hopp, Professor and Head of Group Technology Entrepreneurship, RWTH Aachen University, Germany
Topic: The impact of business plan timing on nascent entrepreneurial outcomes (read more)
9 February 2015 Russ McBride, PhD graduate, Cognitive Scientist in Residence, David Eccles School of Business, Department of Strategy & Entrepreneurship, University of Utah, Salt Lake City, USA
Topic: How do Entrepreneurs Enroll Others in Uncertain Endeavors? (read more)
20 January 2015 Dr. Sabrina Artinger, Research Fellow at the Max Planck Institute for Human Development, Centre for Adaptive Behavior and Cognition, Berlin, Germany
Topic: Entrepreneurial heuristics revisited: When and why a "biased" mind can be an asset (read more)
Previous Seminars 2014 
3 December Prof. Kim Klyver, Professor at the Department of Entrepreneurship and Relationship Management, University of Southern Denmark
Topic: 'Do I have to ask for it? Emotional support, role-relations and network agency' (read more)
12 November Dr. Pedro de Faria - Assistant Professor in the Faculty of Economics and Business of the University of Groningen – Department of Innovation Management and Strategy
Topic: Benefiting from external R&D: The role of complex design (read more)
 4 November Prof. Robert MacIntosh, Head of School of Management and Languages, Heriot Watt University Edinburgh, United Kingdom
Topic: Design, Strategy and Strategists (read more)
15 October Ir. Freek Meulman, PhD Graduate Eindhoven University of Technology (TU/e), The Netherlands.
Topic: Balancing control and complexity in a large networked organization: A process study (read more)
24 September Prof. Oliver Baumann, Associate Professor Department of Marketing & Management, Strategic Organizational Design, University of Southern Denmark
Topic: Incentives and the Competition for Research Resources in Multidivisional Firms (read more)
3 September Prof. L. Chen, Professor of Industrial Design at the Eindhoven University of Technology (TU/e), The Netherlands and Editor-in-Chief of the International Journal of Design (
Topic: Product Aesthetics and Contradictory Semantics
23 July Prof. dr. Patricia Klarner, Ludwig-Maximilans-Universität-München, Institute of Strategic Management.
Topic: Staying Agile in the Saddle: CEO Tenure, Top Management Team Change, and Organizational Ambidexterity
16 July Arne De Keyser, PhD-researcher, Department of Management, Innovation and Entrepreneurship, Ghent University
Topic: Customer Experience Management: The Past, The Present and The Future
2 July Madis Talmar, PhD Graduate,  Eindhoven University of Technology (TU/e), The Netherlands.
Topic: Technology ventures and their business ecosystem: A systemic framework
11 June Prof. Justin Janssen, Professor of Corporate Entrepreneurship at the Rotterdam School of Management, The Netherlands.
Topic: Team-level Efficacy, Cohesion and Ambidexterity: The Double-Edged Nature of Organizational-level Supportive Leadership
21 May Prof. Christopher Tucci, Professor of Management of Technology and Chair in Corporate Strategy & Innovation at École Polytechnique Féderale de Lausanne (EPFL).
Topic: Pre-Entry Resources, Strategic Positioning Choices and Introduction of Dominant Designs: Evidence from the Hard Disk Drive Industry
7 May  Dr. Marco van Gelderen, Associate Professor at Massey University, New Zealand and Free Universiteit Amsterdam, The Netherlands.
Topic: From entrepreneurial intentions to actions: Self-control versus action-level doubt, fear, and aversion
23 April  Prof. Dr. Philipp D. Koellinger, Professor of entrepreneurship and innovation, Amsterdam Business School, University of Amsterdam, and Erasmus School of Economics, Erasmus University Rotterdam, The Netherlands.
Topic: Genetic influences in Entrepreneurship.
16 April  Prof. Dr. Diemo Urbig, Assistant Professor for Entrepreneurship, Innovation, and Corporate Change, Jackstädt Center of Entrepreneurship and Innovation Research, Schumpeter School of Business and Economics, University of Wuppertal, Germany.
Topic:Topic: Emergence of Entrepreneurship:Locus of control moderating the Effect of Self-Efficacy.
31 March  Prof. dr. P.C. (Peter) Verhoef, Professor Faculty of Economics and Business University of Groningen / RUG
Topic: (Losses Loom Longer Than Gains: Modeling the Impact of Service Crises on Customer Satisfaction over Time).
26 March Dr. Tobias Schaefer, Assistant Professor Technology and Industrial Goods Marketing, Technical University Dortmund, Germany.
Topic: Preventing More Broken Windows – Contagious Effects of Customer Misbehavior in Access-Based Services.
26 February  Dr. Stefan Taing, Senior Partner Munich Innovation Group, Germany.
Topic: Does it matter for startups to have patents? If yes, make or buy?
24 January  Prof. Antony di Benedetto, Professor of Marketing and Supply Chain Management and Senior Washburn Research Fellow at Temple University, Philadelphia, PA. He is also Professor of High-Tech Entrepreneurial Marketing, Technische Universiteit Eindhoven, The Netherlands.
Topic: Product Innovation: The Emergence of an Academic Discipline and Implications for Future Research.
15 January  Dr. Katrin Muehlfeld, Assistant Professor of Institutional Economics at Utrecht University School of Economics, The Netherlands.
Topic: Friend or Foe? A Linguistic Cultural-Behavioral Theory of the Effects of English as Lingua Franca on Cooperation in International Business – An Experimental Study.
Previous Seminars 2013 
19 December  Prof. Andrea Ordanini, Full Professor, Department of Marketing, Bocconi University, Italy.
Topic: What drives popularity of cultural products? A research journey through music charts
9 December  Prof. Philippe Mustar, Professeur MINES ParisTech (Responsable de l'option "Innovation et entrepreneuriat" et du pôle Entrepreneuriat à l'Ecole des mines de Paris, Visiting Fellow, Imperial College Business School, Londres), France.
Topic: The French Entrepreneurship Public Policy.
27 November  Dr. Theresa Treffers, Assistant Professor in Entrepreneurship, ITEM, Eindhoven University of Technology (TU/e), The Netherlands.
Topic: Self-employed but looking: A labor market experiment.
13 November  Dr. Hans Risselada, Assistant Professor of Marketing, Interested in Social Networks, Social Influence, and Marketing Models, University of Groningen / RUG, The Netherlands.
Topic: The effects of social influence on adoption.
6 October  Prof. Dr. Joan van Aken, Research Fellow and emeritus professor, Eindhoven University of Technology (TU/e), The Netherlands, The Netherlands.
Topic: Design science research in management combining rigour with relevance to support informed management action.
9 October  Prof. Dr. Sjoerd Romme, Professor of Entrepreneurship & Innovation and dean of the Industrial Engineering & Innovation Sciences department, Eindhoven University of Technology (TU/e), The Netherlands.
Topic: Facts and artifacts in entrepreneurship & innovation studies: toward a shared body of academic and practical knowledge
25 September  Dr. Victor Scholten, Assistant Professor in Technology-Based Entrepreneurship, Delft University of Technology, the Netherlands.
Topic: Understanding antecedents of absorptive capacity in high-tech academic spin-off management.
11 September  Essi Pöyry, Researcher, Aalto University School of Economics, Department of Marketing, Finland.
Topic: Pricing new products with pay-what-you-want


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