Technical University of Munich
Joachim Henkel mainly focuses on Industrial organization, Marketing, Empirical research, Open innovation and Quality. His Industrial organization research includes themes of User innovation and Function. His Marketing research focuses on subjects like Patent troll, which are linked to Patent infringement, Order, Control and Scope.
Other disciplines of study, such as Conventional wisdom, End user, Competitor analysis, Position and Incentive, are mixed together with his Empirical research studies. In his study, which falls under the umbrella issue of Open innovation, Open source software, Open source and Allegiance is strongly linked to Intellectual property. His Quality research is multidisciplinary, incorporating elements of Public relations and Social venture capital, Venture capital.
His primary scientific interests are in Industrial organization, Marketing, Intellectual property, Empirical research and Microeconomics. His Industrial organization study integrates concerns from other disciplines, such as Quality, Competition, Competitor analysis, Business model and Patent troll. His study explores the link between Patent troll and topics such as Patent infringement that cross with problems in Order.
In the subject of general Marketing, his work in User innovation is often linked to German, thereby combining diverse domains of study. His work in Intellectual property addresses subjects such as Open innovation, which are connected to disciplines such as Open source software. His research in the fields of Incentive overlaps with other disciplines such as Survey data collection and Peer influence.
His scientific interests lie mostly in Industrial organization, Competition, Marketing, Competitive advantage and Entrepreneurship. Joachim Henkel performs multidisciplinary study on Industrial organization and Context in his works. His Marketing research includes elements of Machine industry and Offensive.
The concepts of his Competitive advantage study are interwoven with issues in New product development, Diversification, User innovation and Strategic management. His study in New product development is interdisciplinary in nature, drawing from both Disadvantage, Division of labour and Market risk. His Quality research is multidisciplinary, incorporating perspectives in CONTEST and Innovation game.
The scientist’s investigation covers issues in Industrial organization, Marketing, Entrepreneurship, Quality and Intellectual property. The study incorporates disciplines such as Competitive advantage and Strategic management in addition to Industrial organization. His Marketing research incorporates elements of Legal instrument and Competition.
His studies in Entrepreneurship integrate themes in fields like New product development, Diversification and User innovation. His Quality research is multidisciplinary, relying on both CONTEST and Game theory. His biological study spans a wide range of topics, including Order, Task, Commerce and Human resource management.
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Profiting from voluntary information spillovers: how users benefit by freely revealing their innovations
Dietmar Harhoff;Dietmar Harhoff;Joachim Henkel;Joachim Henkel;Eric A. von Hippel.
Selective revealing in open innovation processes: The case of embedded Linux
Research Policy (2006)
What you are is what you like—similarity biases in venture capitalists' evaluations of start-up teams
Nikolaus Franke;Marc Gruber;Dietmar Harhoff;Dietmar Harhoff;Joachim Henkel;Joachim Henkel.
Venture Capitalists' Evaluations of Start‐Up Teams: Trade‐Offs, Knock‐Out Criteria, and the Impact of VC Experience
Nikolaus Franke;Marc Gruber;Dietmar Harhoff;Joachim Henkel.
Welfare Implications of User Innovation
Joachim Henkel;Eric A. von Hippel.
Journal of Technology Transfer (2004)
On sharks, trolls, and their patent prey—Unrealistic damage awards and firms’ strategies of “being infringed”
Markus Reitzig;Joachim Henkel;Joachim Henkel;Christopher Heath.
Research Policy (2007)
The emergence of openness: How and why firms adopt selective revealing in open innovation
Joachim Henkel;Joachim Henkel;Simone Schöberl;Simone Schöberl;Oliver Alexy.
Research Policy (2014)
New ventures based on open innovation – an empirical analysis of start-up firms in embedded Linux
Marc Gruber;Joachim Henkel.
International Journal of Technology Management (2006)
Patent trolls on markets for technology – An empirical analysis of NPEs’ patent acquisitions
Timo Fischer;Joachim Henkel;Joachim Henkel.
Research Policy (2012)
Quality signals? The role of patents, alliances, and team experience in venture capital financing
Daniel Hoenig;Joachim Henkel.
Research Policy (2015)
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