Track Description

The unrelenting pace of digital innovation impacts almost all aspects of our society, our work, and our lives. We now live in a world deeply infused with and shaped by digital technology, yet many of our core perspectives and theories derive from a time when computers were new and alien to the world. By the same token, previously distinct intellectual disciplines are converging and different directions forward are becoming available. Faced with new challenges of a world infused with digital technology, taking the paths forward will bring the discipline to new and unchartered territories of innovation and entrepreneurship.

The track invites submissions that enrich and advance research in digital innovation and entrepreneurship. It aims to provide a forum for scholars with an interest in presenting new theories, methods, or empirical evidence that speak to existing, or emerging, research in the area. The track is open to a wide variety of research methodologies.

Track Chairs
Jungpil Hahn
Ola Henfridsson
Brad N Greenwood

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A Stirring Effect of the Loss Leader Strategy in a Two-Sided Online Platform

Sunghan Ryu, Shanghai Jiao Tong University
Kyungmin Choi, Opensurvey
Daegon Cho, KAIST

All Things Considered? – Technology Design Decision-making Characteristics in Digital Startups

Nicolai Bohn, Hasso-Plattner-Institute
Dennis Kundisch, Paderborn University

Business angel celebrities - How investors' social media signaling supports resource acquisition of early stage ventures

Julian Woköck, RWTH Aachen University

Can Social Media Alleviate Inequalities? Evidence from Venture Capital Financing

Xiaoning Wang, The Wharton School, University of Pennsylvania
Lynn Wu, The Wharton School, University of Pennsylvania

Digital Capital as an Opportunity-Enhancer for Employee Corporate Entrepreneurship Decisions

Matthias Baum, TU Kaiserslautern
Tanja Rabl, TU Kaiserslautern

Digital Platforms and Network Effects: Using Digital Nudges for Growth Hacking

Frederik von Briel, QUT Business School
Per Davidsson, QUT Business School

Evaluating Market Entry Strategies for Two-Sided Digital Platforms under Competition: A Simulation Approach

Michelle Haurand, Bielefeld University
Christian Stummer, Bielefeld University

Motivation for Innovation – CEO Regulatory Focus as a Predictor of Innovation Performance

Mario Piel, Innovation and Entrepreneurship Group (WIN) – TIME Research Area, RWTH Aachen University

Multihoming within Platform Ecosystems: The Strategic Role of Human Capital

Vijayaraghavan Venkataraman, Georgia Institute of Technology
Marco Ceccagnoli, Georgia Institute of Technology
Chris Forman, Cornell University

Offerings that are “Ever-in-the-Making”: Post-Launch Continuous Digital Innovation in Late-Stage Entrepreneurial Ventures

Julian Lehmann, Cologne Institute for Information Systems
Jan Recker, University of Cologne

Platformization of a Cloud Service

Mikael Gustavsson, Applied Infrormation Technology
Jan Ljungberg, Göteborg University

Product-driven Entrepreneurs and Crowdfunding

Lin Hu, Australian National University
Zhenhua Wu, Nanjing University
Bin Gu, Arizona State University

That’s Mine! Employee Side Projects, Intellectual Property Ownership, and Innovation

Xi Wu, Temple University
Min-Seok Pang, Temple University

The Impact of IOS Use and Interpersonal Ties on Digital Innovation: Insights from Boundary Spanning and Institutional Theories

Shaobo Wei, University of Science and Technology of China
Liyong Gu, University of Science and Technology of China
Hua Liu, School of Management, University of Science and Technology of China

The Long-term Diffusion of Digital Platforms — An Agent-based Model

Jan Schalowski, Kühne Logistics University
Christian Barrot, Kühne Logistics University

Tri-Factors of IT-Enabled Innovation Success in Professional Services

Yanpei Lin, University of Queensland
Dongming Xu, The Unviersity of Queensland
Chee-Wee Tan, Copenhagen Business School