Final program for the DRUID 25th Celebration Conference 2008 on ENTREPRENEURSHIP AND INNOVATION Organizations, Institutions, Systems and Regions June 17-20, 2008 at Copenhagen Business School (CBS), Solbjerg Plads 3, Frederiksberg, DENMARK Conference website: http://www.druid.dk/celebration2008 All papers are available online at the conference website, where also DRUID Award Nominees and their work are presented Main publishers will display their latest books and journals during the conference and sign up promising authors for mutually beneficial cooperation. Please note that last minute program changes may occur. Check the program on arrival Basic format of all paper sessions (plenary as well as parallel) Each session normally includes three papers and lasts about one and a half hours. The standard time schedule looks like this: ? First paper presentation by the author = 15 minutes ? Second paper presentation by the author = 15 minutes ? Third paper presentation by the author = 15 minutes ? First discussant of all three papers = 12 minutes ? Second discussant of all three papers = 12 minutes ? General discussion and replies from the authors = approximately 20 minutes. Overhead projectors and computer projectors or beamers will be available for PowerPoint presentations. Please bring your presentation on transparencies or on a USB memory device. Tuesday, June 17, 2008 Pre-conference DRUID FUNDAMENTALS addressing basic conceptual issues and contemporary challenges in three parallel tracks: 1. Strategy and Organization Organizers: Thorbjørn Knudsen, Daniel A. Levinthal and Phanish Puranam (Start: 9 a.m.) 2. Open and Proprietary Innovation Regimes - Opportunities and Limitations of the Open Source Model of Innovation and the Role of Intellectual Property Rights Organizers: Birgitte Andersen, Lee Davis and Francesco Rullani. Co-organized with DIME (Start 9 a.m.) 3. Entrepreneurship Organizers: Serden Özcan and Toke Reichstein (Starts after lunch) A detailed program of each of the three DRUID Fundamentals is available at the conference website: www.druid.dk/celebration2008 under "Fundamentals" in the black banner at the top of the page Wednesday, June 18, 2008 Celebration Conference Wednesday 18, 09.00 Opening the conference by Peter Maskell, Director of DRUID Wednesday 18, 09.30 Key note: Steven Klepper: "Intra-industry Spinoffs and the Formation of Clusters" Chair: Michael Dahl Wednesday 18, 10.30 Coffee break - with Poster Session I Wednesday 18, 11.00 Markets for Technology Chair: Marco Giarratana • Alfonso Gambardella: "Ideas for Rent: An Overview of Markets for Technology" (coauthored with Ashish Arora) • Scott Stern: "Patents, Papers & Privacy: The disclosure of scientific and commercial knowledge." (coauthored with Joshua S Gans and Fiona E. Murray) • Sadao Nagaoka: "An analysis of unilateral and cross-licensing: new evidence from the inventor survey in Japan" Discussants: Gautam Ahuja and Anita McGahan Wednesday 18, 12.30 Buffet Lunch (included in conference fee) at CBS Solbjerg Plads Wednesday 18, 13.30 DRUID Debate on Patents Moderator: Anita McGahan Motion: "Let it be resolved that this conference believes that in order to improve the quality and impact of empirical research on industry dynamics we should discourage the use of patent data to measure innovation." Speaking for the motion: Maryann Feldman and Myriam Mariani Speaking against the motion: Joanne Oxley and Bronwyn Hall Wednesday 18, 15.00 Coffee break – but first a fast group photo of all participants at the staircase with the waterfall South of the CBS venue. Wednesday 18, 15.30 Entrepreneurship Chair: Serden Özcan • Jesper Sørensen: "Competence and Commitment: Employer Size and Entrepreneurial Endurance" (Co-authored with Damon Phillips) • Rajshree Agarwal: "The Process of Creative Construction: Implications for Knowledge Management, Strategic Entrepreneurship and Economic Growth" • Ramana Nanda: "Democratizing Entry: Banking Deregulations, Financing Constraints and Entrepreneurship" (Co-authored with William Kerr) Discussants: Toke Reichstein and Scott Stern Wednesday 18, 17.00 Coffee break - with Poster Session II Wednesday 18, 17.30 Parallel Sessions 1-16 Parallel Sessions Parallel Sessions Parallel Sessions Parallel Wednesday 18,20.00 Dinner (included in conference fee) at CBS Porcelænshaven, Ovnhallen (walk through Frederiksberg Have) Thursday, June 19, 2008 Thursday 19, 09.00-10.30 Parallel Sessions 17-31 + Dissertation Award Session Parallel Sessions Parallel Sessions Parallel Sessions Parallel Thursday 19, 10.30 Coffee break - with Poster Session III Thursday 19, 11.00-11.45 Key note: Bo Carlsson: "Industrial Dynamics: A Review of the Literature 1985-2000" Chair: Bent Dalum Thursday 19, 11.45-12.45 Buffet lunch (included in conference fee) at CBS Solbjerg Plads Thursday 19, 12.45-14.15 Economic Geography Frontiers Chair: Peter Maskell • AnnaLee Saxenian: "Venture Capital in the “Periphery:” The New Argonauts, Global Search and Local Institution Building" (coauthored with Charles Sabel) • Michael Storper: "The Economics of Context" • Meric S. Gertler: "Buzz without being there?" Discussants: Jim Love and Stefano Breschi Thursday 19, 14.15-14.45 Coffee break - with Poster Session IV Thursday 19, 14.45-16.15 DRUID Debate on Networks. Moderator: Olav Sorenson Motion: "Let it be resolved that that this conference believes that network dynamics are an essential variable in any explanation of innovation" Speaking for the motion: Walter W Powell and Jason Owen-Smith Speaking against the motion: Francesco Lissoni and Elaine Romanelli Thursday 19, 16.30-18.40 Excursion. Depart Metro station "Solbjerg Plads" (adjacent to CBS) to Metro station "Christianshavn" (Direction "Lufthavnen" or "Vestamager"). Cross Main Street to ferry: Departure 17.00 for fantastic Harbour Tour, ending at the Copenhagen Cruise Terminal "Dronningehallen" in the Freeport (restricted access!). Bring warm or rainproof cloth as weather may change. Ferry service directly to the Conference Dinner (Dress code: nice / informal). Thursday 19, 18.40-19.40 Charles F. Sabel: "Reconfiguring industrial policy: A framework with an application to South Africa (Coauthored with Ricardo Hausmann and Dani Rodrik) Thursday 19, 20.00-23.00 Celebration Dinner at "Langelinie Pavillionen" – ending with celebration fireworks over the water. Transport from "Dronningehallen" provided. Change of cloth possible. Participants will make their own way home. Free ferry service to Metro Station 'Kgs. Nytorv" provided after dinner. Friday, June 20, 2008 Friday, 09.00-10.30 Parallel Sessions 32-45 Parallel Sessions Parallel Sessions Parallel Sessions Parallel Friday, 10.30-11.00 Coffee break - with Poster Session V Friday, 11.00-12.30 Parallel Sessions 46-58 Parallel Sessions Parallel Sessions Parallel Sessions Parallel Friday, 12.30-13.15 Buffet lunch (included in conference fee) at CBS Solbjerg Plads Friday, 13.15-14.45 DRUID Debate on The Scientific Value of Game Theory. Chair: Thorbjørn Knudsen Motion: "Let it be resolved that this conference believes that sophisticated analyses based on game theory have made no significant contribution to the understanding of real questions of business strategy"" Speaking for the motion. Sidney G. Winter and Dan Lovallo Friday, 14.45-15.15 Coffee break - with Poster Session V (continued) Friday, 15.15-16.45 Lifecycles of Local Clusters Chair: Koen Frenken • Martin Svensson Henning and Frank Neffke: "Varying agglomeration externalities over the course of the industry life cycle" (Coauthored with Ron Boschma, Karl-Johan Lundquist and Lars-Olof Olander) • Stephan Heblich and Oliver Falck: "The Lifecycle Of Regions" (Coauthored with David Audretsch and Maryann Feldman) • Jerome Vicente and Raphael Suire: "Why do some places succeed when others decline: A social interaction model of cluster viability"´ Discussants: Martha Judith Prevezer and Elaine Romanelli Friday, 16.45-17.00 Closing of the conference. Looking ahead PARALLEL PAPER SESSIONS Wednesday, June 18 1 Venture Capital and Financing of Start Ups 17:30 -19:00 Room: s13 Chair: Annabelle Gawer 4 • Carolin Haeussler, Dietmar Harhoff, Elisabeth Mueller "To Be Financed or Not - the Role of Patents for Venture Capital Financing" • Reddi Kotha "Equity Traps: the Distribution of Cash Flow Incentives Among Investors in Venture Capital Syndicates and Performance of Start-ups" Discussants: Geraldine Wu, Chris Forman 2 Entrepreneurship, Location Choice and Performance 17:30 -19:00 Room: 112 Chair: Henrik Sornn-Friese 36 • Kari Kristinsson "The Right Stuff? Prior Labor Market Experience and Entrepreneurship" • Luca Berchicci, Andrew King, Christopher L. Tucci "Spinoffs' Strategy and Location Choice" • Jagannadha Pawan Tamvada, David Audretsch: "The Distribution of Firm Start-up Size Across Geographic Space" Discussants: Thomas Astebro, Michael S. Dahl 3 Product Development and Openness 17:30 -19:00 Room: 207 Chair: Martin Svensson Henning 38 • Mette Præst Knudsen, Thomas Bøtker Mortensen "An Empirical Examination of Some Limits to Open Innovation" • John Finch, Susi Geiger "Chemists Who Sell and Chemists Who Don't: Embedding Product Development in Oil Field Services" • Nuno Antonio Gil, Marcela Miozzo "Democratizing New Social Infrastructure Development: the Case of Teacher Involvement in School Design" Discussants: Victor Paul Seidel, Paul Nightingale 4 Simulation Models of Search & Adaptation 17:30 -19:00 Room: 114 Chair: Jesper Lindgaard Christensen 3 • Markus Becker, Thorbjørn Knudsen, Nils Stieglitz "Does Adaptation Cumulate? Structural Responses to Changing Task Environments" • Martin Ganco "Inventive Process as a Recombinant Search Over Complex Landscape: Evidence from the Disk Drives Industry" – DRUID Best Young Scholar Paper Award 2008 Nominee • Oliver Baumann "Cognitive and Experiential Evaluation: Implications for Exploration and Exploitation" Discussants: Dan Levinthal, Mu-Yen Hsu 5 University - Industry Collaboration I 17:30 -19:00 Room: s07 Chair: Ashish Arora 17 • Keld Laursen, Toke Reichstein, Ammon Salter "Exploring the Effect of Geographical Proximity on Industry-university Collaboration in the UK" • Maria Savona, Maria Abreu, Michael Kitson, Vadim Grinevich "Absorptive Capacity and Open Innovation. Evidence from the UK" • Mei-Chih Hu, Ching-Yan Wu "Technological Innovation Paths Through Latecomers: Evidence from Taiwan's Bicycle Industry" Discussants: Andrea Fosfuri, Jerker Denrell 6 Innovation, Performance & R&D Spillovers 17:30 -19:00 Room: s08 Chair: Giovanni Dosi 29 – Lead Papers • Jacques M. Mairesse, Sabien Dobbelaere "Micro-evidence on Rent Sharing from Different Perspectives" • Franco Malerba, Marialuisa Mancusi, Fabio Montobbio "Innovation, International R&D Spillovers and the Sectoral Heterogeneity of Knowledge Flows" • Bart Verspagen, Martin Srholec "The Voyage of the Beagle in Innovation Systems Land. Explorations on Sectors, Innovation, Heterogeneity and Selection" Discussants: Bronwyn Hughes Hall, Esben Sloth Andersen 7 Market Forces and Economic Transformation 17:30 -19:00 Room: K146 (Kilen) Chair: Helen Lawton Smith 34 • Christos Pitelis "Fdi, Regional Clusters and Catching-up By Small Counties" • Gil Avnimelech, Morris Teubal "Evolutionary Targeting and Class a Market Forces" • Giuseppe Vittucci, Sandro Montresor "The Deindustrialisation Tertiarisation Hypothesis Reconsidered a Subsystem Application to the OECD7" Discussants: David A. Wolfe, Douglas B Fuller 8 IPR and Innovation 17:30 -19:00 Room: s05 Chair: Gautam Ahuja 41 • Kenneth G. Huang, Fiona Murray "Golden Helix or Tangled Web? How Gene Patenting Impacts Knowledge Use and Follow-on Innovation" • Rudi Bekkers, Joel West "IPR Standardization Policies and Strategic Patenting in UMTS" • Birgitte Andersen, Marion Frenz "The Impact of Music Downloads and P2P File-sharing on the Purchase of Music in Canada" Discussants: Lee N. Davis, Paul David 9 Capabilities and Firm Performance 17:30 -19:00 Room: 213 Chair: Grid Thoma 43 • Marco Corsino "Product Innovation and Growth: the Case of Integrated Circuits" – DRUID Best Paper Award Nominee • Bart Leten, Bart Van Looy, Rene Belderbos "Exploring New Technology Fields: Technological Relatedness, Opportunities and Technology Ownership Concentration" • Chuan-Kai Lee "The Coevolution of Organizations and Technologies: How Collective Diversification (Re)shapes Firm and Sectoral Boundaries" Discussants: Bruce Tether, Salvatore Torrisi 10 Management and Creation of Knowledge 17:30 -19:00 Room: 214 Chair: Jane Marceau 53 • Michiel Pieters, Wim Vanhaverbeke, Vareska Van De Vrande, John Hagedoorn "Where Do Clique Spanning Ties Come From?" • Marie Louise Mors, Susan Lynch "A Bridge Too Far the Effect of Informal Ties Across Formal Boundaries on Individual Exploration Performance" • Ranjita Majumder Singh, Dean Hennessy "Friend or Foe? Cooperation and Competition Within a Chain" Discussants: Jason Owen-Smith, Xavier Castañer 11 Capabilities, Competition and Commercialization 17:30 -19:00 Room: s12 Chair: Roberto Gabriele 50 • Elif Bascavusoglu-Moreau "Entrepreneurship and National System of Innovation : an Empirical Analysis" • Joel Stiebale "Do Financial Constraints Matter for Foreign Market Entry? a Firm-level Examination" • Oliver Falck "Incumbent Firms Escape Entry Incentive to Innovate and Endogenous Entry" Discussants: Michael G. Jacobides, Markus Perkmann 12 Research Collaboration and Knowledge Transfers 17:30 -19:00 Room: 212 Chair: Margaret Dalziel 51 • Simon Wakeman "A Dynamic Theory of Technology Commercialization Strategy" • Lourdes Sosa "The Impact of the Origin and Evolution of Capabilities on Competition Through a Technological Discontinuity" • Evila Piva "The Dyadic Alliances of New Technology Based Firms: Governance Form and Contractual Complexity" Discussants: Aija Leiponen, Elena Novelli 13 Knowledge Creation in Science Based Industries 17:30 -19:00 Room: s10 Chair: Gjalt De Jong 55 • Andrea Mina "The Emergence of New Knowledge, Market Evolution and the Dynamics of Micro-innovation Systems" – DRUID Best Paper Award Nominee • Alexander Peine "The Sources of Use Knowledge - Toward a Framework of Use, Consumption and Industrial Dynamics" • Juan Mateos-Garcia, Jonathan Sapsed , Andrew Grantham "Creating and Sustaining Genres in Cultural Products:co-evolution of Technology, Organisation and Markets in the Video Games Industry" Discussants: Mark Lorenzen, Fiorenza Belussi 14 Networks and Complex Systems 17:30 -19:20 Room: 113 Chair: Marco Zamarian 48 • Masaru Yarime "Patterns of Collaboration in Emerging Fields of Trans-disciplinary Science: the Case of Sustainability Science" • Michael M Hopkins, Paul Martin, Paul Nightingale, Alison Kraft "Living with Dinosaurs: Genomics, and the Industrial Dynamics of the Pharmaceutical Industry" • Dorothy Sutherland Olsen "Old Technology in New Hands: Using Tools to Create Knowledge in Bio-Nano" • Giovanni Battista Dagnino, Gabriella Levanti, Arabella Mocciaro Li Destri "Evolutionary Dynamics of Interfirm Networks: a Complex Systems Perspective" Discussant: Pierre Desrochers and Jean-Michel Dalle 15 Innovation and Institutions 17:30 -19:00 Room: 208 Chair: Davide Antonioli 46 • Martin Perry "Exploring the Logics of Trade Association Membership" • Kristian Hegner Reinau, Bent Dalum "The Role of Governance in Cluster Typologies: a Missing Link" • Michaela Trippl, Franz Toedtling "Regional Innovation Cultures" Discussants: Bo Carlsson, Silvia Rita Sedita 16 Venture Capital and Entrepreneurship 17:30 -19:00 Room: s14 Chair: David Bardolet 59 • Sampsa Samila, Olav Sorenson "Do Venture Capital Investments Spawn Startups?" • Magnus Holmén, Joakim Björkdahl, Rögnvaldur Saemundsson "Boundary Changes and the Co-evolution of Knowledge and Opportunities in Existing Supplier-buyer Relationships" • Jenny L Gibb, Jarrod Haar "Extending Competitive Dynamism with Austrian Economics: Bundling the Corporate Entrepreneurial Process and Firm Level Innovation Strategy" Discussants: Guido Buenstorf, Koen Frenken Thursday, June 19 SPECIAL SESSION: DRUID Best Dissertation Award 2008 (in alphabetical order) 09:00 -10:30 Room: 214 Chair: Nils Stieglitz • Dean A. Hennessy “External Entry and the Evolution of Clusters: a Study of the Biotechnology Industry in Canada” • Jagannadha Pawan Tamvada “Essays on Entrepreneurship and Economic Development” • Grid Thoma “Three Essays in the Economics and Management of Pervasive Technical Change” 17 Social Networks in Space 09:00 -10:30 Room: s10 Chair: Mark Lorenzen 11 • Andrea Schiffauerova, Catherine Beaudry "Interaction Between Geographical and Technological Spaces of Collaboration: the Gatekeepers of Canadian Biotechnology Clusters" • Martha Judith Prevezer, Tore Opsahl, Pietro Panzarasa "Clusters and Social Networks: the Role of Geographical and Social Distances in the Evolution" • Holger Graf "Gatekeepers in Regional Networks of Innovators" Discussants: Lorenzo Zirulia, Elisa Giuliani 18 Licensing and Technology Commercialization 09:00 -10:30 Room: 213 Chair: Andrea Fosfuri 7 • Keld Laursen, Maria Isabella Leone, Salvatore Torrisi "Search and Technological Diversification Through Licensing: New Insights from the Licensee's Point of View" • Elena Novelli, Giovanna Padula, Rekha Rao "How Do Innovative Smes Commercialize Their Technology? Technology Trade, Downstream Alliances, Downstream Integration" • Juan Alcacer, John Cantwell, Michelle Gittelman "Are Licensing Markets Local? an Analysis of the Geography of Vertical Licensing Agreements in Bio-pharmaceuticals" Discussants: Joanna Oxley, Ranjay Gulati 19 Academic Entrepreneurship 09:00 -10:30 Room: s08 Chair: David A. Wolfe 5 • Kathrin Mueller "Academic Spin-off's Transfer Speed - Analyzing the Time from Leaving University to Venture" – DRUID Best Young Scholar Paper Award 2008 Nominee • Jeannette Anastasia Colyvas "Measures, Metrics, and Myopia: the Challenges and Ramifications of Sustaining Academic Entrepreneurship" • Stefan Krabel, Pamela Mueller "Academic Entrepreneurship - What Drives Scientists to Start Their Company" Discussant: Sampsa Samila 20 Creativity and Innovation Processes 09:00 -10:30 Room: s05 Chair: Larissa Rabbiosi 1 • Lee N. Davis, Jerome Davis, Karin Hoisl "Leisure Time Invention - Waste of Effort, or Wellspring of Breakthrough Ideas?" • Sandro Mendonça, Miguel Pina E Cunha, Stewart R. Clegg "Usought Innovation: Serendipity in Organizations" • Mark Dodgson, David Gann, Catelijne Coopmans "Playful Technologies: Creativity, Innovation and Organization" Discussants: Mette Præst Knudsen, Réjean Landry 21 Environment, Technological Change and Performance 09:00 -10:30 Room: 207 Chair: Maj Munch Andersen 15 • Gjalt De Jong, Binh Phan Thai "The Impact of Joint Environmental Munificence on the Performance of Knowledge-Intensive Multinational Enterprises" • Ludovic Dibiaggio, Maryam Nasiriyar "Technological Regime and Innovative Pattern in the Semiconductor Industry" • Wei Zhang, Yongjiang Shi, Xiaobo Wu, Yusheng Teng "Latecomer Strategies: the Experience of the TFT-LCD Industry in Taiwan" Discussants: Arianna Martinelli, Jeffrey L Funk 22 Users and Open Source Software 09:00 -10:30 Room: s07 Chair: Birgitte Andersen 21 • Lars Frederiksen, Linus Dahlander, Erkko Autio "User Entrepreneurship in Online Communities: Lead User Characteristics, Agenda Shaping and Social Standing" • Gloria Sanchez Gonzalez, Nuria González Álvarez, Mariano Nieto Antolin "Cooperation with Customers in Two Specific Situations: an Empirical Analysis for the Spanish Case" • Francesco Rullani "The Indirect Debate and the Community. How the Periphery and the Core Relate in the Free/Open Source Software Community" Discussants: Christopher L. Tucci, Oliver Alexy 23 Productivity and Performance 09:00 -10:30 Room: s12 Chair: Franco Malerba 25 • Jenny Meyer, Irene Bertschek "Do Older Workers Obstruct It-enabled Productivity?" • Ron Boschma, Rikard Eriksson, Urban Lindgren "Labour Mobility, Related Variety and the Performance of Plants: a Swedish Study" DRUID Best Paper Award Nominee • Stephane Robin, Jacques Mairesse "Innovation and Productivity: a Firm-level Analysis for French Manufacturing and Services Using CIS3 and CIS4 Data (1998-2000 and 2002-2004)" Discussants: Giovanni Dosi (uncertain), Stefan Bauernschuster 24 Organizational Processes and Product Development 09:00 -10:30 Room: 113 Chair: Felix Fernando Munoz 28 • Yen Tran "Ambidextrous Organizational Design in Rapidly Changing Environment: a Process Perspective" • Victor Paul Seidel "Crafting Interpretation in Ambiguous Contexts: Entrepreneurial Teams and the Collective Evolution of Novel Product Concepts" • Michael G. Jacobides, Alina Kudina "Industry Architectures and Globalization: Institutional Modularity, Value Chain Similarity and Ease of Foreign Expansion" Discussant: Richard Langlois 25 Modelling of Innovations and IPR 09:00 -10:30 Room: K146 (Kilen) Chair: Anabel Marin 18 – Lead Papers • Alba Martinez-Ruiz, Tomas Aluja-Banet "Predictive Dynamic Model of Patent Value for Renewable Energies" • Thomas Brenner, Sidonia Von Ledebur "Academic Inventors Decision on a Transfer Channel - the Influence" • Patrick Herbst, Eric Jahn "R&D Competition and Strategic Trade Restrictions in the Market for Technology" Discussants: Andrés Barge-Gil, Jenny L Gibb 26 Make or Buy Decision 09:00 -10:30 Room: 112 Chair: Ismael Rafols 33 • Sandro Montresor, Massimiliano Mazzanti , Paolo Pini "Outsourcing, Delocalization and Firm Organization: Transaction Costs Vs. Industrial Relations in a Local Production System of Emilia Romagna" • Xavier Castañer, Bernard Garrette, Pierre Dussauge "Horizontal Alliances Versus Autonomous Production" • Kannan Srikanth, Phanish Puranam "Coordination in Business Process Offshoring" Discussants: Jan Vang, Christos Pitelis 27 Dynamics of New Technologies 09:00 -10:30 Room: 114 Chair: Fumi Kitagawa 47 • Douglas B Fuller "China's Uneven Institutions of Innovation" • Henrik Sornn-Friese, Martin Iversen "Incentives, Capability and Opportunity. the Global Breakthrough of the Danish Shipping Industry 1985-2007" • René N. Nielsen, Jesper L. Christensen, Michael S. Dahl, Søren Eliasen, Christian R. Østergaard "Back to Basics: Innovation in Agricultural, Forest and Fishery" Discussants: Michael Liecke , Jane Marceau 28 Sectoral Systems & Industry Classifications 09:00 -10:30 Room: 212 Chair: Finn Valentin 30 • Frank Neffke, Martin Svensson Henning "Revealed Relatedness: Mapping Industry Space" • Jesper Lindgaard Christensen "Questioning the Precision of Statistical Classifications of Industries" • Margaret Dalziel, Shengnan C. Zhang "The Impact of a Firm's Sector Role on Its Prospects" Discussants: André Lorentz, Michaela Trippl 29 Technology Adoption and Collaboration 09:00 -10:30 Room: s13 Chair: Jason Owen-Smith 19 – Lead Papers • Aija Leiponen, Talia Bar "Collaboration and Networking in Cooperative Standard Setting" • Chris Forman, Anne Gron "Vertical Integration and Information Technology Investment in the Insurance Industry" • Ranjita Singh, Kristina Dahlin "Merit, Acceptance or Access: Opposing Forces to Adoption of a New Standard" Discussants: Bruno Cassiman, Raghu Garud 30 Entrepreneurship and Innovation 09:00 -10:30 Room: s14 Chair: Alba Martinez-Ruiz 49 • Zouhaïer M'chirgui "Innovative Network Dynamics in the Smart Card Industry" • Stefano Breschi, Christian Catalini "Tracing the Linkages Between Science and Technology: an Exploratory Analysis of the Research Networks Among Scientists and Inventors" • Joachim Henkel "Peer Influence in Network Markets: An Empirical and Theoretical Analysis" (Coauthored by Joern Block) Discussants: Roberta Rabellotti, Anne ter Wal 31 Coordination and Identities 09:00 -10:30 Room: 208 Chair: Samina Karim 42 • Virgile Chassagnon "The Network-firm as a Single Real Entity: Beyond the Aggregate of Distinct Legal Entities" • Richard a Ferrers "Toward a Value Theory of Innovation - a Grounded Theory Approach" • Markus Becker, Nils Stieglitz "Toward a Logic of Appropriateness? Rules, Identities, and Organizational Coordination" Discussants: William C Ocasio, Simon Wakeman Friday, June 20 32 Technological Trajectories and Specialization 09:00 -10:30 Room: K146 (Kilen) Chair: Bent Dalum 56 • Davide Consoli, Ronnie Ramlogan "Medical Innovation" • Finn Valentin, Maria Theresa Larsen, Lars Alkærsig "Breakthroughs and Interdisciplinary Research - the Case of Research Behaviour in Translational Medical Science" • Ismael Rafols, Jae Hwan Park "Diversity and Network Coherence as Indicators of Interdisciplinarity: Case Studies in BioNanoScience" Discussants: Antonio Della Malva, Patrick Llerena 33 University - Industry Collaboration II 09:00 -10:30 Room: s14 Chair: Cees Van Beers 8 • Birgit Aschhoff, Wolfgang Sofka "Successful Patterns of Scientific Knowledge Sourcing in High Tech Firms - Mix and Match" • Sandrine Labory, Roberto Iorio, Daniele Paci "The Determinants of Research Quality in Italy: Empirical Evidence Using Bibliometric Data in the Biotech Sector" • Pablo D'Este "Gaining from Interactions with University: Multiple Methods for Nurturing Absorptive Capacity" Discussants: Ammon Salter 34 Diversity, Training and Innovation 09:00 -10:30 Room: Ks48 (Kilen) Chair: Maria Theresa Larsen 20 • Stefan Bauernschuster "The Impact of Continuous Training on a Firm's Innovations" • Christian R. Østergaard, Kari Kristinsson, Bram Timmermans "Does Employee Diversity Lead to Innovation?" • Sotaro Shibayama "Effect of Knowledge Diversity on Technological Innovation in Scientific Research" – DRUID Best Young Scholar Paper Award 2008 Nominee Discussants: Ron Boschma, René Nesgaard Nielsen 35 Determinants of R&D Strategies 09:00 -10:30 Room: s10 Chair: Markus Perkmann 24 • Peter Teirlinck, Michel Dumont, André Spithoven "Corporate Decision-making in R&D Outsourcing and the Impact on Internal Research and Development Intensity" • Martin Woerter "Driving Forces for Research and Development Strategies" • Pascale Roux, Emilie-Pauline Gallié "Forms and Determinants of R&D Collaborations: New Evidence on French Data" Discussants: Alex Coad, Lourdes Sosa 36 Regional Innovation Systems, R&D Policies and Specialization 09:00 -10:30 Room: 113 Chair: Elif Bascavusoglu-Moreau 26 • Roberto Gabriele, Enrico Zaninotto, Marco Zamarian "The Economic Impact of Regional Industrial Policies: an Empirical Research" • Dirk Fornahl, Anne Otto "Between Snails and Gazelles? Analysing the Effects of Regional Specialisation on Firm Growth: a Quantile Regression Approach" • Gry Agnete Alsos, Tommy H. Clausen, Elisabet Ljunggren, Einar Lier Madsen "Input, Output and Behavioural Additionality: Concepts and Relationships" Discussant: Jesper Lindgaard Christensen 37 Globalization, R&D and Patents 09:00 -10:30 Room: s08 Chair: Stefan Haefliger 27 • Stephane Robin, Sandrine Wolff, Mireille Matt "Do Companies Make Any Strategic Distinction Between Eu Sponsored and Privately Funded R&D Collaborations? Empirical Evidence from Participants in the 5th and 6th Framework Programmes" • Karin Hoisl, Dietmar Harhoff, Bruno Van Pottelsberghe De La Potterie, Bettina Reichl "Patent Validation At the Country Level - the Role of Fees and Translation Costs" • Bernhard Dachs "Is R&D Still an Important Case of Non-Globalisation? Evidence from European Patent Data" Discussant: Grid Thoma 38 Regional Performance 09:00 -10:30 Room: s03 Chair: Stephan Heblich 31 • Andrea Morrison, Roberta Rabellotti , Lorenzo Zirulia "Local and Global Links and the Diffusion of Knowledge in Clusters: a Simulation Model" • Tom Brökel, Andreas Meder "The Bright and Dark Side of Cooperation for Regional Innovation Performance" • Brian Wixted "Cluster Rents: Strategic Organisations Or/and System Resources?" Discussants: Frank Neffke, Stephan Heblich 39 Organizational Determinants of Innovation 09:00 -10:30 Room: K150 (Kilen) Chair: Bart Leten 37 • Réjean Landry, Nabil Amara, Nizar Becheikh "Exploring Innovation Failures in Manufacturing Industries" • Andrés Barge-Gil, María Jesús Nieto, Lluis Santamaría "Hidden Innovators: the Role of Non-R&D Activities" • Andreas Mattig "Strategic Responsiveness of Market Leaders to Exogenous Innovation Events" Discussants: Marco Corsino, Sabien Dobbelaere 40 MNCs and Knowledge Transfer 09:00 -10:30 Room: 212 Chair: Gloria Sanchez Gonzales 14 • Anabel Marin, Elisa Giuliani "Heterogeneous Subsidiaries and Spillover Effects: the Role of Mncs Global Linkages and Innovativeness" • Larissa Rabbiosi "The Impact of Subsidiary Autonomy on Mne Knowledge Transfer: Resolving the Debate" • Liang-Chih Chen "Building Technological Capability Through Exploiting Informal Local and Global Knowledge Linkages: the Case of Machine Tool Industry in Taiwan" Discussants: Michelle Gittelman, Kristina Birgitta Dahlin 41 Lifecycles and Trajectories 09:00 -10:30 Room: Ks54 Chair: Holger Graf 57 • Jorge Niosi, Majlinda Zhegu "Innovation System Lifecycle in the Aircraft Sector" • Arianna Martinelli "Technological Trajectories and Industry Evolution: the Case of Telecom Switching Industry" • Terence Ping-Ching Fan "Emergence of Niches in Engineering Technology Through Specialist Performance Optimization" Discussants: Jeroen Struben, Jens Frøslev Christensen 42 IPR & Investment in Science-Based Industries 09:00 -10:30 Room: s13 Chair: Francesco Rullani 6 – Lead Papers • Margaret Kyle, Anita M McGahan "Investments in Pharmaceuticals Before and After Trips" • Fiona Murray, Scott Stern "Learning to Live with Patents: Assessing the Impact of Legal Institutional Change on a Knowledge Community" • William Lazonick, Oner Tulum "Us Biopharmaceutical Finance and the Sustainability of the Biotech Boom" Discussants: Alfonso Gambadella, Francesco Lissoni 43 Local Growth and Innovation 09:00 -10:30 Room: 213 Chair: Kari Kristinsson 44 • Lawrence Green, Andrea Mina, Bruce Tether "Riders of the Storm" • Aimilia Protogerou, Yannis Caloghirou, Spyros Lioukas "Dynamic Capabilities and Their Indirect Impact on Firm Performance" • James H. Love, Stephen Roper, Nola Hewitt-Dundas "Service Innovation, Embeddedness and Business Performance: Uk Regional Evidence" Discussants: Keld Laursen, Koson Sapprasert 44 Regional Institutions 09:00 -10:30 Room: s07 Chair: Guido Buenstorf 45 • David A. Wolfe, Allison Bramwell "Innovation, Creativity and Inclusion: What Is Social About the Dynamics of Economic Performance in City Regions" • Davide Antonioli, Massimiliano Mazzanti, Paolo Pini "Innovation, Working Conditions and Industrial Relations. Evidence for a Local Production System" • Jane Marceau, Tim Turpin, Richard Woolley, Stephen Hill "Innovation Agents: the Inter-Country Mobility of Scientists and the Growth of Knowledge Hubs in Asia" Discussants: Michael Storper, Giuseppe Vittucci 45 Framework for Knowledge and Innovation 09:00 -10:30 Room: s05 Chair: Daniel Raff 58 • Pierre Desrochers "Did the Invisible Hand Need a Regulatory Glove to Develop a Green Thumb? Some Historical Perspective on Market Incentives, Win-Win Innovations and the Porter Hypothesis." • Brian John Loasby "Imagination, Illusion and Delusion" • Peter D. Ørberg Jensen "A Passage to India: Process Models and Advanced Services Offshoring from Denmark to India" Discussant: Thorbjørn Knudsen 46 Dynamics of Local Clusters 11:00 -12:30 Room: Ks54 (Kilen) Chair: Yen Tran 9 • Jose Luis Hervas Oliver, Jose Albors "Absorption Capacity, Internal and Relational Capabilities in Clusters: When Distance and Embeddedness Are Not Enough to Explain Firm’s Innovation" • Mike Crone "The Emergence of Dynamic Smes in Cluster Context" • Michaela Trippl, Franz Toedtling, Lukas Lengauer "The Vienna Software Cluster: Local Buzz Without Global Pipelines?" Discussants: Jagannadha Pawan Tamvada, 47 Modelling of Technical Change and Co-evolution 11:00 -12:30 Room: s12 Chair: Lise Aaboen 23 • André Lorentz "Evolutionary Micro-founded Technical Change and the Kaldor-verdoorn Law" • Koen Frenken, Gerald Silverberg, Marco Valente "A Percolation Model of the Product Lifecycle" • Jeroen Struben "Technological Coevolution: Critical Dynamics in Industry Transformation" – DRUID Best Paper Award Nominee Discussant: David Greenstreet 48 Open Innovation and Performance 11:00 -12:30 Room: s14 Chair: Mark Dodgson 2 • Elad Harison, Heli Koski "Does Open Innovation Foster Productivity? Evidence from Open Source Software (oss) Firms" • Alessandra Luzzi, Marco Giarratana "Open Source Software and Increasing Returns" • Oliver Alexy "Putting a Value on Openness: the Effect of Product Source Code Releases on the Market Value of Firms" Discussants: Francesco Rullani, Lars Frederiksen 49 Regions, Innovation & Growth 11:00 -12:30 Room: K150 Chair: John Finch 12 • Fiorenza Belussi, Alessia Sammarra, Silvia Rita Sedita "Industrial Districts Evolutionary Trajectories: Localized Learning Diversity and External Growth" • Robert Kaiser, Michael Liecke "Sub-national Capabilities to Perform a Strategic Innovation-policy, the Example of Biotech in Munich" Discussants: Liang-Chih Chen, Christian R. Østergaard 50 Cluster Evolution & Networks 11:00 -12:30 Room: 213 Chair: Bram Timmermans 13 • Anne ter Wal "Cluster Emergence and Network Evolution - a Longitudinal Analysis of the Inventor Network in Sophia-Antipolis" • Elisa Giuliani, Martin Bell "Industrial Clusters and the Evolution of Their Knowledge Networks: Back Again to Chile" • Feichin Ted Tschang, Jan Vang "Explaining the Spatial Organization of Creative Industries: the Case of the U.S. Videogames Industry" Discussants: Martin Woerter, Dirk Fornahl 51 R&D Costs and Uncertainty 11:00 -12:30 Room: s10 Chair: Anne Otto 22 • Rene Wevers, Cees Van Beers, Fardad Zand "R&D Co-operation Diversity and Innovation" • Sabien Dobbelaere, Roland Iwan Luttens, Bettina Peters "Starting a R&D Project Under Uncertainty" • Claes Malmberg "R&D and Financial Systems: the Determinants of R&D Expenditures in the Swedish Pharmaceutical Industry" Discussant: Stephane Robin 52 National Innovation Systems and Collaboration 11:00 -12:30 Room: s07 Chair: Charles H. Davis 32 • Fumi Kitagawa "Policy Reforms, New University-industry Links and Implications for Regional Development in Japan" • Jen Nelles, Tim Vorley "Entrepreneurial Architecture in Uk Higher Education Institutions: Consolidating the Third Mission" • Manuel Mira Godinho, Sandro Mendonça, Tiago Santos Pereira "A Taxonomy of National Innovation Systems: Lessons from an Exercise Comprising a Large Sample of Both Developed, Emerging and Developing Countries" Discussants: Yannis Caloghirou, Henrik Sornn-Friese 53 Technological Linkages and Innovation 11:00 -12:30 Room: 212 Chair: Maureen Mckelvey 39 • Sharmistha Bagchi-Sen, Helen Lawton Smith "Firm-level Diversity in Biomedical Biotechnology Sector in the United States" • Max-Peter Menzel "Regional Development Paths, Geographical Proximity and the Bridging of Technological Distances: the Example of the Biochip Industry in Germany" Discussants: Finn Valentin, Lori De Paauw 54 Innovation Strategies 11:00 -12:30 Room: s08 Chair: Magnus Eklund 40 • Alex Coad "Distance to Frontier and Appropriate Business Strategy" – DRUID Best Paper Award Nominee • Mu-Yen Hsu "Innovation Strategy and Learning Capability" Discussants: Terence Ping-Ching Fan, Ludovic Dibiaggio 55 Cross-Boundary Ties, Exploration & Competition 11:00 -12:30 Room: s03 Chair: Emilie-Pauline Gallié 52 • Andrea Parag, Attila Varga "Academic Knowledge Transfers and the Structure of International Research Networks" • Zi-lin He "On the Relationship Between Research Collaboration and Research Output: a Longitudinal Study" • Thomas H.W. Sauer, Matthias-W. Stoetzer, Andrea Gerlach "Spatial Localization of Knowledge-transfer Channels and Face-to-face Contacts: a Survey on the Jena University-industry Linkages" Discussants: Birgit Aschhoff, Sandrine Labory 56 Dynamics of Knowledge 11:00 -12:30 Room: Ks48(Kilen) Chair: Brian Wixted 54 • Antonino Vaccaro, Stefano Brusoni, Francisco Veloso "Knowledge Creation in Virtual Design Teams: a Longitudinal Study" • Karina Skovvang Christensen, Per Nikolaj Bukh, Heine Kaasgaard Bang "Knowledge Management in Perspectives: an Analysis of Project Management in Two Companies" • Rosileia Milagres, Fabricio Silveira "Evaluating Routines for Network Knowledge Generation and Transfer: the Genolytpus Case" Discussant: Markus Becker 57 Industrial Dynamics of ICT 11:00 -12:30 Room: s13 Chair: Susanne Jensen 35 • John A. Mathews, Hao Tan "Strategic Dimensions of Cyclical Industrial Dynamics: a Study of the Semiconductor Industry" • Jeffrey L Funk "Vertical Disintegration and Entrepreneurial Opportunities: the Case of the U.S. Broadcasting Sector" • Jens Frøslev Christensen "Complementary Convergence as a Driver of Industry Evolution. the Cases of Internet-based Industries" Discussant: Chuan-Kai Lee, Nils Stiglitz 58 Academic Patenting 11:00 -12:30 Room: 113 Chair: Jeannette Anastasia Colyvas 16 • Antonio Della Malva, Francesco Lissoni, Patrick Llerena "Institutional Change and Academic Patenting: French Universities and the Innovation Act of 1999" • Francesco Lissoni, Fabio Montobbio "Guest Authors or Ghost Inventors? Inventorship Attribution in Academic Patents" • Sidonia Von Ledebur, Guido Buenstorf "The Patenting Behaviour of German Professors 1990-2006" Discussants: Kathrin Mueller POSTER SESSIONS Wednesday, June 18 Poster Session I 10:30 -11:00 • Paolo Landoni, Bart Leten, Bart van Looy "Developing Technology in the Vicinity of Science: do Firms Really Benefit?" • Catherine Lecocq, Bart Leten, Jeroen Kusters, Bart van Looy "Do Firms Benefit from being Present in Technology Clusters: the Case of Biotechnology" • Carlos Eduardo, Yamasaki Sato "Two Faces of Integrated Solutions In BT In the UK: the Case of BT 21st Century Network (BT 21cn) and BT Global Services" • Samuli Mikael Leppälä, Pierre Desrochers "The Division of Labor Needs Not Imply Regional Specialization" • Claudia Werker, Thomas Brenner "Policy Advice Derived From Simulation Models" • Magnus Eklund "Not As Passive As One Might Think: How Swedish Policy Makers Adopted the Innovation System Concept" Poster Session II 17:00 -17:30 • Ciaran Francis Driver "Cost Reducing Innovations And the Regional Dimension" • Felix Fernando Munoz, Maria Isabel Encinar "Sectoral Systems of Innovation: A Proposal on Its Microfoundations" • Lori de Paauw "Deconstructing Biotech Strategies: A Framework for Examining Dedicated Biopharmaceutical Firms (DBFs)" • Yasunori Baba, Naohiro Shichijo , Silvia Rita Sedita "How do Collaborations with Universities Affect Firms Innovative Performance? the Role of Star Consulting Scientists in the Advanced Materials Field" • Luciano Ciravegna, Renata Seldin "From MNCs to Local Firms: Impacts of Knowledge Exchange on the Evolutionary Trajectories of Costa Rican ICT Firms" • Antonio Messeni Petruzzelli: Collaborative Knowledge Relationships: does proximity matter? Thursday, June 19 Poster Session III 10:30 -11:00 • Binh Thi Thanh Dinh "Agglomeration Economies and Location Choices of Foreign Investors In Vietnam" • Dessy Irawati "The Agglomeration of Manufacturing Industry in Java: Growth and Interrelatedness within the Automotive Cluster" • Satyasiba Das "Nature of Spatial Externalities in Innovative Clusters in Norway" • Terje Grønning "Institutions And Innovation Systems: the Meanings And Roles of the Institution Concept within Systems of Innovation Approaches" • Julie Callaert, Patrick Llerena, Bart Van Looy, Koenraad Debackere "Harvesting the Benefits From Involvement in Scientific and Inventive Activities" • Michiko LIizuka, Nick von Tunzelmann "From Scale to Network? Global Governance of Standards in a North-south Perspective: the Case of the Chilean Salmon Farming Industry" Poster Session IV 14:30 -15:00 • Charles H. Davis "Structural Model of a Regional Information Technology Innovation Cluster" • Emeran Nziali Teukam "On Innovative Firms Entry. Entrepreneurship between Entrepreneur Capacity and Technological Opportunities" • Susanne Jensen "What is the Role of Network and Social Capital for Regional Industrial Development? the Industrial Forum of the Region Aalborg Cooperation, Denmark" • Maj Munch Andersen "Eco-innovation - Towards A Taxonomy and a Theory" • Matthew Allen, Lothar Funk "Institutions and Innovation: the Role of German Works Councils in Supporting Radical Change" Friday, June 20 Poster Session V 10:30 -11:00 or 15.00-15.30 (optional) • Catherine Beaudry "Evolution of Biotechnology Collaboration of Canadian SMEs" • Catherine Lecocq, Bart Leten, Jeroen Kusters, Bart van Looy "Do Firms Benefit from being present in Technology Clusters: the Case of Biotechnology" • Sally Gee "Networks to Markets? Puting the Tradability of Knowledge Into Context" • Felix Fernando Munoz, Maria Isabel Encinar "Sectoral Systems of Innovation: A Proposal on its Microfoundations" Conference organizers Michael S. Dahl, Peter Maskell (chair), Serden Özcan, Nils Stieglitz Secretariat Jeanette Hvarregaard Celebration2008@druid.dk External reviewers Aija Leiponen, Cornell University Aimilia Protogerou, Laboratory of Industrial and Energy Economics, National Tech Alessandro Nuvolari, Eindhoven, University of Technology Alessia Sammarra, Universita Luiss Guido Carli Alex Coad, Max Planck Institute of Economics Ammon Salter, Imperial College London, Tanaka Business School Andre Lorentz, Evolutionary Economics Group, Max Planck Institute of Econom Andrea Fosfuri, Carlos III University Andreas Pyka, University of Bremen Bettina Peters, Centre for European Economic Research (ZEW) Bianca Poti, CNR, Italy Brian Wixted, Simon Fraser University Brice Dattee, Tanaka Business School, Imperial College London Cees van Beers, Delft University of Technology Chuan-Kai Lee, Natl Cheng-Kung University David Doloreux, University of Ottawa Davide Arduini, University of Urbino Dirk Czarnitzki, Applied Economics, University of Kuleuven Dirk Fornahl, Max Planck Institute of Economics Dr. Ohnemus, Centre for European Economic Research (ZEW) Elad Harison, University of Groningen Elena Cefis, Utrecht University and Bergamo University Elif Bascavusoglu-Moreau, Economics Dep., Open University Felicia Fai, School of Management, University of Bath Fiorenza Belussi, Padua University Floortje Alkemade, Utrecht University Francesco Zirpoli, Columbia University Francisco Fatas-Villafranca, University of Zaragoza Fredrik Tell, Linköping University Fulvio Castellacci, University of Oslo Gil Avnimelech, School of Management Gil Nuno, University of Manchester Giovanni Cerulli, Ceris-CNR Giulio Bottazzi, Sant' Anna School of Advanced Studies, Pisa, Italy Giuseppe Vittucci Marzetti, Department of Economics - University of Bologna Gjalt de Jong, University of Groningen Grazia D. Santangelo, UniversitÓ degli Studi di Catania Heli Koski, The Research Institute of the Finnish Economy Horst Hanusch, University of Augsburg Jaider Vega, INGENIO CSIC-UPV Jarrod Haar, Waikato Management School Jenny Gibb, Strategy & Human Resource Management, University of Waiki Joel Stiebale, RWI Essen Julio Sanchez, Universidad de Zaragoza Jun Du, Aston Business School Karin Hoisl, Inno-tec, University of Munich Katja Goerlitz, Rheinisch-Westfõlisches Institut fur Wirtschaftsforschung Koen Frenken, Universiteit Utrecht Laurent Bach, BETA, University of Strasbourg Liliana Herrera, Universidad de Leon Lionel Nesta, UniversitÚ Nice, GREDEG Lori dePaauw, Manchester Business School Lucia Piscitello, Politecnico di Milano Marc Tiri, Hasselt University, KIZOK Marco Giarratana, Carlos III University Marco Valente, University of L'Aquila Margaret Dalziel, University of Ottawa Maria Savona, UniversitÚ des Sciences et Technologie de Lille Mariano Nieto, Universidad de Leon Marion Poetz, Copenhagen Business School Massimiliano Mazzanti, University of Ferrara Massimo G. Colombo, Politecnico di Milano Michael Fritsch, Faculty of Economics and Business Administration, Friedrich- Mireille Matt, BETA, University of Strasbourg Muge Ozman, BETA, University of Strasbourg Myriam Mariani, CESPRI and LEM, Bocconi University, Milan, Italy Nicolas Carayol, BETA, University of Strasbourg Paola Criscuolo, Imperial College London, Tanaka Business School Paola Giuri, Sant' Anna School of Advanced Studies, Pisa, Italy Paolo Pini, UniversitÓ degli Studi di Ferrara Pierpaolo Andriani, Durham Business School Ranjita Singh, Rotman School of Management, University of Toronto Rekha Rao, Sant' Anna School of Advanced Studies, Pisa, Italy Robert Huggins, University of Sheffield Roberto Fontana, Bocconi University Roberto Mazzoleni, Hofstra University Salvatore Torrisi, University of Bologna Samuel MacAulay, University of Queensland Business School Sandro Montresor, University of Bologna Saradindu Bhaduri, Jawaharlal Nehru University Simone Ferriani, University of Bologna Stefanie Pangerl, Tech, TUM Stefano Brusoni, Bocconi University Stephen Roper, Warwick Business School Thomas Astebro, University of Toronto Tim Kastelle, University of Queensland Tom Poot, Utrecht University Tommy Clausen, University of Oslo, TIK Viktor Slavtchev, University Jena Virginia Acha, Tanaka Business School, Imperial College London Yannis Caloghirou, National Technical University of Athens
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