Poster sessions

 

DRUID21 features two Poster Sessions in the main lobby of the conference, Tuesday October 19 10:30-11:00 and 14:30-15:00. All posters will be presented at both sessions. Please see the details in the conference program, available from the drop-down menu above.

Poster presenters must be available for presenting their work and answering questions during the poster sessions.

 

Poster format

The posters are a display of the presenter’s paper in the format 0.8 wide x 1.2 meters tall. (This equals roughly vertical A0, ie. 12 A4-sheets of standard paper standing up).

Ideally a poster will provide information on:

*  Title of the paper

*  Name and contact information for the author(s)

*  Research question/aim of the paper

*  The paper’s theoretical framing

*  The paper’s data (if empirical paper)

*  The paper’s main findings, including possible theoretical and policy implications

*  Core references

The use of graphics and colors is encouraged. Type-fonts similar to slide presentations should be used to enhance readability (a poster is not just a copy of the paper).

A poster must grab the viewer’s attention and quickly communicate its ideas and relevance. Keep in mind that people are standing at some distance, thus large fonts will draw attention. Hard copies of the paper should be available for interested colleagues.

Boards to fasten the poster to will be available in the poster area.

 

Poster session papers

Viktoriia Semenova , SZABOLCS Sebrek: “The emergence of the Hungarian blockchain ecosystem: Development trajectory, success factors, and innovative solutions to user problems through multiple cases”

Ruusa Ligthart: “The development of open service innovation at public sector”

Maryna Vakulenko, Tommy Clausen, Lars Molden: “There is safety in numbers: the mediating role of dynamic capabilities in the transactive memory system and business model innovation link”

Elena Lizunova, Denisa Mindruta: “From unemployed to business owner: Improving the returns from venture creation through experimentation”

Laila Alali, Eva Niesten, Dimitri Gagliardi: “The Impact of UK Financial Incentives on the Adoption of Commercial Electric Vehicles: The Moderation Effect of GDP Change”

Tom Neuhauser, Yuliya SNIHUR: “Towards a Theory of Informal Disruption”??Yuan Yuan, Giuliana Battisti, Stephen Roper: “Driver or Enabler? The Role of Social Media on Open Innovation”

SZABOLCS Sebrek, Betsabé Pérez Garrido: “HOW COMPETITIVE PRESSURE, R&D SLACK AND ENVIRONMENTAL CONDITIONS IMPACT THE DEGREE OF OPENNESS CHOICE: THE USE OF MIXED LOGIT MODELS WITH RANDOM EFFECTS IN PANEL DATA”

Susanne Kurowski, Claudia Doblinger, Kavita Surana, Adrian Rumpold: “Digitize and Grow? How Product Digitization Affects New Venture Growth”

Luigi Marengo, Mariano Mastrogiorgio, Manuel Romagnoli: “Sensitivity, Innovation Attitudes, and Perseverance as the Strategic Foundations of Exaptation”

Bram Timmermans, Christian Østergaard: “WORKPLACE DIVERSITY AND INNOVATION PERFORMANCE, CURRENT STATE OF AFFAIRS AND FUTURE DIRECTIONS”

Indira Yarullina, Martin Kalthaus. Uwe Cantner: “Science-Industry Collaborations: Factors and Outcomes”

Lennard Stolz, Martin Queißner: “Synthesizing the Evidence on Entrepreneurial Contexts: A Meta-Analysis of Entrepreneurial Ecosystems”

SEOKJUN LEE, Yeseul Choi, Minyoung Choi, Jae-Suk Yang: “The Effect of Rater Accuracy on Performance Assessments within Organizations”

Minyoung Choi, Jae-Suk Yang: “THE ROLE OF RESOURCE ALLOCATION AND GOAL PRIORITIZATION IN ACHIEVING MULTIPLE ORGANIZATIONAL GOALS”

Alba Marino, Francesco Quatraro, Cognetti de Martiis: “Green technologies and the global economy: the role of ethnic inventors in recombinant dynamics”

Jussi Heikkilä, Joakim Wikström: “Standardized general purpose technologies: A note”

Jarno Hoekman, Bastian Rake: “Geography of authorship: how geography shapes authorship attribution in global team science”

Martina Ayoub: “Knowledge recombination and complementarity: the case of green innovation”

Rita Nana-Cheraa, Stephen Roper, Kevin Mole: “Evaluating the innovation policy mix impact on UK businesses innovation performance”

Marco Giarratana, Martina Pasquini, Konstantina Valogianni: “Abduction in Management Research: The Case of Social Identity Theory”

Fiorenza Belussi,  Ivan De Noni, Yanting Gu: “Emerging countries MNEs and innovation in European regions”

Philipp Bubenzer: ”Who are we becoming: An identity-based view of members' identification with innovations”

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