joachim henkel
joachim henkel
Professor of Management, TUM School of Management, Technische Universität München
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Profiting from voluntary information spillovers: how users benefit by freely revealing their innovations
D Harhoff, J Henkel, E Von Hippel
Research policy 32 (10), 1753-1769, 2003
Selective revealing in open innovation processes: The case of embedded Linux
J Henkel
Research policy 35 (7), 953-969, 2006
What you are is what you like—similarity biases in venture capitalists' evaluations of start-up teams
N Franke, M Gruber, D Harhoff, J Henkel
Journal of Business Venturing 21 (6), 802-826, 2006
Venture capitalists’ evaluations of start–up teams: Trade–offs, knock–out criteria, and the impact of VC experience
N Franke, M Gruber, D Harhoff, J Henkel
Entrepreneurship Theory and Practice 32 (3), 459-483, 2008
Welfare implications of user innovation
J Henkel, E Von Hippel
The Journal of Technology Transfer 30 (1-2), 73-87, 2004
On sharks, trolls, and their patent prey—Unrealistic damage awards and firms’ strategies of “being infringed”
M Reitzig, J Henkel, C Heath
Research Policy 36 (1), 134-154, 2007
The emergence of openness: How and why firms adopt selective revealing in open innovation
J Henkel, S Schöberl, O Alexy
Research Policy 43 (5), 879-890, 2014
New ventures based on open innovation–an empirical analysis of start-up firms in embedded Linux
M Gruber, J Henkel
International Journal of Technology Management 33 (4), 356-372, 2006
Patent trolls on markets for technology–An empirical analysis of NPEs’ patent acquisitions
T Fischer, J Henkel
Research Policy 41 (9), 1519-1533, 2012
Quality signals? The role of patents, alliances, and team experience in venture capital financing
D Hoenig, J Henkel
Research Policy 44 (5), 1049-1064, 2015
Modularity and intellectual property protection
CY Baldwin, J Henkel
Strategic management journal 36 (11), 1637-1655, 2015
Champions of revealing—the role of open source developers in commercial firms
J Henkel
Industrial and Corporate Change 18 (3), 435-471, 2009
Code reuse in open source software development: Quantitative evidence, drivers, and impediments
M Sojer, J Henkel
Journal of the Association for Information Systems 11 (12), 2, 2010
Open-Source-Software: eine ökonomische und technische Analyse
B Brügge, D Harhoff, A Picot, O Creighton, M Fiedler, J Henkel
Springer-Verlag, 2012
Open source software from commercial firms–tools, complements, and collective invention
J Henkel
Zeitschrift für Betriebswirtschaft 4, 1-23, 2004
IP modularity: Profiting from innovation by aligning product architecture with intellectual property
J Henkel, CY Baldwin, W Shih
California management review 55 (4), 65-82, 2013
The risk‐return paradox for strategic management: disentangling true and spurious effects
J Henkel
Strategic management journal 30 (3), 287-303, 2009
Governance typology of universities’ technology transfer processes
A Schoen, BP de la Potterie, J Henkel
The Journal of Technology Transfer 39 (3), 435-453, 2014
Collateral damage for R&D manufacturers: how patent sharks operate in markets for technology
M Reitzig, J Henkel, F Schneider
Industrial and Corporate Change 19 (3), 947-967, 2010
From closed to open: Job role changes, individual predispositions, and the adoption of commercial open source software development
O Alexy, J Henkel, MW Wallin
Research Policy 42 (8), 1325-1340, 2013
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