His primary scientific interests are in Marketing, Industrial organization, Knowledge management, Mergers and acquisitions and Open innovation. His research on Marketing frequently links to adjacent areas such as Cognitive dissonance. The Knowledge transfer research Geert Duysters does as part of his general Knowledge management study is frequently linked to other disciplines of science, such as Differential, Relevance and Context, therefore creating a link between diverse domains of science.
His research in Knowledge transfer intersects with topics in Business information and Process. The various areas that he examines in his Mergers and acquisitions study include Scope, Corporate governance, Core, Transaction cost and Position. His Open innovation study integrates concerns from other disciplines, such as Neoclassical economics and Organizational learning.
His main research concerns Industrial organization, Marketing, Knowledge management, Process and Internationalization. His Industrial organization research incorporates elements of Mergers and acquisitions, Multinational corporation, General partnership and Portfolio. His studies in Mergers and acquisitions integrate themes in fields like Core, Open innovation and Scope.
In his work, Competitive advantage is strongly intertwined with Position, which is a subfield of Marketing. In the subject of general Knowledge management, his work in Absorptive capacity and Organizational learning is often linked to Automotive industry, thereby combining diverse domains of study. His Absorptive capacity research focuses on Cognitive dissonance and how it connects with Microeconomics.
His primary areas of study are Marketing, Industrial organization, Portfolio, Absorptive capacity and Knowledge management. Geert Duysters has included themes like Knowledge acquisition, Proactivity and Openness to experience in his Marketing study. Geert Duysters combines subjects such as Panel data, Competitor analysis, Convergence and Economic rent with his study of Industrial organization.
His biological study spans a wide range of topics, including Venture capital, Capital, Technology life cycle and Diversity. His work deals with themes such as Clean Development Mechanism, Diversification, Kyoto Protocol and Process, which intersect with Absorptive capacity. His work on Dynamic capabilities as part of general Knowledge management research is frequently linked to Sample, bridging the gap between disciplines.
His scientific interests lie mostly in Marketing, Portfolio, Industrial organization, Absorptive capacity and Organizational learning. The Marketing study combines topics in areas such as Market failure and Knowledge acquisition. His work carried out in the field of Portfolio brings together such families of science as Social venture capital, Venture capital, Added value, Technology life cycle and Innovation management.
As a part of the same scientific family, Geert Duysters mostly works in the field of Industrial organization, focusing on Corporate governance and, on occasion, Core competency and Opportunism. The concepts of his Absorptive capacity study are interwoven with issues in Capital, Financial capital, Competitive advantage and Diversification. His Mergers and acquisitions research includes themes of Internationalization and Economic geography.
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Optimal cognitive distance and absorptive capacity
Bart Nooteboom;Wim Van Haverbeke;Wim Van Haverbeke;Geert Duysters;Victor Gilsing.
Network embeddedness and the exploration of novel technologies: technological distance, betweenness centrality and density
VA Victor Gilsing;B Nooteboom;Wpm Wim Vanhaverbeke;GM Geert Duysters.
External Sources of Innovative Capabilities: The Preferences for Strategic Alliances or Mergers and Acquisitions
J Hagedoorn;GM Geert Duysters.
Networking as a Means to Strategy Change: The Case of Open Innovation in Mobile Telephony
K Dittrich;GM Geert Duysters.
The role of entrepreneurship education as a predictor of university students’ entrepreneurial intention
Y Ying Zhang;GM Geert Duysters;Mmah Myriam Cloodt.
Alliance Capability as a Mediator Between Experience and Alliance Performance: An Empirical Investigation into the Alliance Capability Development Process*
KH Koen Heimeriks;GM Geert Duysters.
External Technology Sourcing Through Alliances or Acquisitions: An Analysis of the Application-Specific Integrated Circuits Industry
Wim Vanhaverbeke;Geert Duysters;Niels Noorderhaven.
Collaboration and innovation: a review of the effects of mergers, acquisitions and alliances on innovation
AP Ard-Pieter de Man;GM Geert Duysters.
Managing supplier involvement in new product development: A multiple-case study
Ferrie E. A. van Echtelt;Finn Wynstra;Arjan J. van Weele;Geert Duysters.
Intellectual property rights, strategic technology agreements and market structure : the case of GSM
Rna Rudi Bekkers;GM Geert Duysters;B Bart Verspagen.
Research Policy (2002)
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