Toke Reichstein
Toke Reichstein
Department of Strategy and Innovation, Copenhagen Business School
Verificeret mail på cbs.dk
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Investigating the sources of process innovation among UK manufacturing firms
T Reichstein, A Salter
Industrial and Corporate change 15 (4), 653-682, 2006
Exploring the effect of geographical proximity and university quality on university–industry collaboration in the United Kingdom
K Laursen, T Reichstein, A Salter
Regional studies 45 (4), 507-523, 2011
Are you experienced? Prior experience and the survival of new organizations
MS Dahl, T Reichstein
Industry and Innovation 14 (5), 497-511, 2007
Last among equals: a comparison of innovation in construction, services and manufacturing in the UK
T Reichstein, AJ Salter, DM Gann
Construction management and economics 23 (6), 631-644, 2005
Are firm growth rates random? Analysing patterns and dependencies
T Reichstein, MS Dahl
International Review of Applied Economics 18 (2), 225-246, 2004
Licensing‐in fosters rapid invention! The effect of the grant‐back clause and technological unfamiliarity
MI Leone, T Reichstein
Strategic Management Journal 33 (8), 965-985, 2012
Transition to entrepreneurship from the public sector: Predispositional and contextual effects
S Özcan, T Reichstein
Management Science 55 (4), 604-618, 2009
Entrepreneurship and employment stability—Job matching, labour market value, and personal commitment
V Failla, F Melillo, T Reichstein
Journal of business venturing 32 (2), 162-177, 2017
Winning combinations: search strategies and innovativeness in the UK
P Criscuolo, K Laursen, T Reichstein, A Salter
Industry and Innovation 25 (2), 115-143, 2018
Break on through: Sources and determinants of product and process innovation among UK construction firms
T Reichstein, AJ Salter, DM Gann
Industry and Innovation 15 (6), 601-625, 2008
The devil dwells in the tails: A quantile regression approach to firm growth
T Reichstein, MS Dahl, B Ebersberger, MB Jensen
Journal of Evolutionary Economics 20, 219-231, 2010
Crowdfunding as' donations': Theory & evidence
KJ Boudreau, LB Jeppesen, T Reichstein, F Rullani
Research Policy 50 (7), 104264, 2021
Falling not far from the tree: Entrepreneurs and organizational heritage
MP Feldman, S Ozcan, T Reichstein
Organization Science 30 (2), 337-360, 2019
Evading the boomerang effect: using the grant-back clause to further generative appropriability from technology licensing deals
K Laursen, S Moreira, T Reichstein, MI Leone
Organization Science 28 (3), 514-530, 2017
Into thin air: using a quantile regression approach to explore the relationship between R&D and innovation
B Ebersberger, O Marsili, T Reichstein, A Salter
International Review of Applied Economics 24 (1), 95-102, 2010
Heritage and survival of spin-offs: Quality of parents and parent-tenure of founders
MS Dahl, T Reichstein
Academy of Management Conference, 2006
Shooting stars? Uncertainty in hiring entrepreneurs
J Mahieu, F Melillo, T Reichstein, P Thompson
Strategic Entrepreneurship Journal 15 (4), 526-567, 2021
Organizing for external knowledge sourcing
MG Colombo, L Rabbiosi, T Reichstein
European Management Review 8 (3), 111-116, 2011
Schumpeter’s process of creative destruction and the Scandinavian systems: a tale of two effects
ES Andersen, MS Dahl, BA Lundvall, T Reichstein
DRUID conference 25, 2006
A matter of location: The role of regional social capital in overcoming the liability of newness in R&D acquisition activities
K Laursen, F Masciarelli, T Reichstein
Regional Studies 50 (9), 1537-1550, 2016
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