Winner of the DRUID Best Paper Award 2018


DRUID18, Copenhagen, June 11-13, 2018

Science is Shaped by Wikipedia: Evidence From a Randomized Control Trial

Neil C Thompson, Sloan School of Management, TIES
Douglas Hanley, University of Pittsburgh, Economics

 

Neil C Thompson, Kristina Vaarst Andersen, Mark Lorenzen

ABSTRACT: As the largest encyclopedia in the world, it is not surprising that Wikipedia reflects the state of scientific knowledge. However, Wikipedia is also one of the most accessed websites in the world, including by scientists, which suggests that it also has the potential to shape science. This paper shows that it does. Incorporating ideas into Wikipedia leads to those ideas being used more in the scientific literature. We provide correlational evidence of this across thousands of Wikipedia articles and causal evidence of it through a randomized control trial where we add new scientific content to Wikipedia. We find that the causal impact is strong, with Wikipedia influencing roughly one in every 830 words in related scientific journal articles. We also find causal evidence that the scientific articles referenced in Wikipedia receive more citations, suggesting that Wikipedia complements the traditional journal system by pointing researchers to key underlying scientific articles. Our findings speak not only to the influence of Wikipedia, but more broadly to the influence of repositories of scientific knowledge and the role that they play in the creation of scientific knowledge.

UPCOMING EVENTS

 

DRUIDphd22

DRUID ACADEMY CONFERENCE

for doctoral students in ECONOMICS AND MANAGEMENT OF INNOVATION, TECHNOLOGY AND ORGANIZATIONS

January 12-14, 2022
Aalborg University Business School, Denmark

Conference registration and information here

The DRUID Academy conference is open for all PhD students working within the broad field of economics and management of innovation, entrepreneurship and organizations. We invite papers aiming at enhancing our understanding of the dynamics of technological, structural and institutional change at the level of firms, industries, regions and nations. DRUID is the node for an open international network – new partners are most welcome. We encourage all PhD students to submit their research to the conference. Do not hesitate to apply even if you have not been in contact with DRUID previously.

The main emphasis is on PhD presentations. Each PhD student paper will be assigned to a “junior” (a fellow PhD student) and to a senior discussant (from DRUID or invited guests). There will also be a series of keynote speakers in the program. The format provides a unique opportunity for the matching and mentoring of senior researchers with PhD students during the entire event.

We expect to be able to accept 60 PhD student presentations. If a greater number of abstracts are submitted, we will put limits on the number of students from each university. Please read the guidelines carefully before submitting.

Plenary presentations

We are inviting significant international scholars within this broad field to present their research. Together with a large number of DRUID and invited discussants, they will comment and interact with participants.

The Bent Dalum PhD Award

DRUID has an award for the most promising research project presented at the DRUID Academy Conferences. The award is given in the memory of Bent Dalum (1946-2010), one of the main drivers of joint PhD education in Europe within the field of innovation studies.

Submission

All doctoral students who wish to present a paper at the DRUID Academy 2022 Conference mustsubmit an one-page abstract (no more, no less, no tables or graphs, and only few key references are allowed) before the deadline of November 9, 2021 (Twelve noon, your local time) through the conference website www.druid.dk.

Guidelines

The abstract should start with the title of your submission, followed by your name, affiliation, year of enrolment, expected final date, and e-mail address. This information is to come before the body of the abstract, which should be written in plain text (that is, without bullet-points or other special codes). All above information is to be copied into the abstract field/box at the submission site.

The abstract should focus on your own contribution, not on what the existing literature has said. A few lines reviewing the existing literature are helpful, but only to position your contribution in the context of that literature. The abstract should mirror the full paper and could include following points: 1) briefly describe the existing state-of-the-art; 2) explain the research gap that you are trying to fill and pose a research question; 3) give your main theoretical arguments; 4) spell out your method (and data, if an empirical paper); and 5) present your results. Submission of an abstract gives the organizers permission to disseminate it and the accompanying paper electronically or place it on the conference website. We reserve the right to reject abstracts, which do not comply with the above requirements.

DRUID uses available software to control for plagiarism and to take appropriate action in severe cases. Details are available under Terms and Conditions on the website.

Conference fee

Each participant will be charged a fee of Euro 300. The fee and the DRUID Academy will cover all meals from Wednesday January 12 after lunch until Friday January 14, lunch included. A list of hotels and directions to the Academy Conference will be available on the website.

Timetable (All deadlines are twelve noon, your local time)

Deadline for abstract submission: November 9, 2021
Decision of abstract acceptance: November 16, 2021
Deadline for registration and payment of conference fee: December 14, 2021 Deadline for submission of final paper: December 14, 2021
Program available: December 21, 2021

Conference Organizers

Christian R. Østergaard (Chair), Jacob Rubæk Holm, Kristian Nielsen, Pernille Gjerløv-Juel, and Jeanette Hvarregaard (Secretary)

 

CONFERENCES

DRUID Conferences 1995-2022

For programs and papers, select the individual conference. You can also see DRUID award winners, hi-res videos of DRUID Debates and keynotes, as well as photos from all conferences.
DRUID22, Copenhagen, June 13-15, 2022
DRUID21, Copenhagen, October 18-20, 2021   [Carbon neutral conference]
DRUID SILVER ANNIVERSARY CONFERENCE, Copenhagen, June 15-17, 2020
[CANCELLED DUE TO THE GLOBAL HEALTH CRISIS]
DRUID19, Copenhagen, June 19-21, 2019          [Carbon neutral conference]
DRUID18, Copenhagen, June 11-13, 2018          [Carbon neutral conference]
DRUID17, New York, June 13-15, 2017
DRUID16, Copenhagen, June 13-15, 2016
DRUID-Asia16, Singapore, February 23-26, 2016
DRUID15 “The Relevance of Innovation”, Rome, June 15-17, 2016
DRUID14 “Entrepreneurship – Organization – Innovation”, Copenhagen
DRUID13 35th Celebration Conference, Barcelona
DRUID12 “Innovation and Competitiveness: Dynamics of organizations, industries, systems and regions”, Copenhagen
DRUID11, Copenhagen
DRUID10 “Opening Up Innovation: Strategy, Organization and Technology”, London
DRUID09 “Innovation, Strategy and Knowledge”, Copenhagen
DRUID08 25th Celebration Conference “Entrepreneurship and Innovation”, Copenhagen
DRUID07 “Appropriability, Proximity, Routines and Innovation”, Copenhagen
DRUID06 “Knowledge, Innovation and Competitiveness: Dynamics of Firms, Networks, Regions and Institutions”, Copenhagen
DRUID05 Tenth Anniversary Conference “Dynamics of Industry and Innovation: Organizations, Networks and Systems”, Copenhagen
DRUID04 “Industrial Dynamics, Innovation and Development”, Elsinore
DRUID03 “Creating, Sharing and Transferring Knowledge: The Role of Geography”, Elsinore
DRUID02 “Industrial Dynamics of the New and Old Economy – who is embracing whom?”, Elsinore
DRUID01 Nelson and Winter Conference, Aalborg
DRUID00 “The Learning Economy: Firms, Regions And Nation Specific Institutions”, Rebild
DRUID99 “National Innovation Systems, Industrial Dynamics and Innovation Policy”, Rebild
DRUID98 “Competence, Governance, and Entrepreneurship”, Bornholm
DRUID97, Skagen
DRUID96 “The Nature of Knowledge”, Rungsted
DRUID95 Start-up Workshop

PHD ACADEMY

DRUID Academy Conferences and PhD courses 1997-2020

For programs and papers, select the individual Academy conference/course. You can also see DRUID award winners as well as photos from all Academy conferences.

 

DRUIDphd22 Academy Conference, Aalborg, January 12-14, 2022
DRUIDphd21 Academy Conference, Aalborg, January 20-22, 2021
[CANCELLED DUE TO THE GLOBAL HEALTH CRISIS]
DRUIDphd20 Academy Conference and PhD course, Odense, January 16-17 and 13-15, 2020
DRUIDphd19 Academy Conference, Aalborg, January 16-18, 2019
DRUIDphd18 Academy Conference and PhD course, Odense, January 17-19 and 14-17, 2018
DRUIDphd17 Academy Conference and PhD course, Odense
DRUIDphd16 Academy Conference, Bordeaux
DRUIDphd15 Academy Conference, Rebild
DRUIDphd14 Academy Conference, Rebild
DRUIDphd13 Academy Conference, Rebild
DRUIDphd12 Academy Conference “Economics and Management of Innovation, Technology and Organizations”, Cambridge
DRUIDphd11 DRUID-DIME Academy Conference “Economics and Management of Innovation, Technology and Organizations”, Rebild
DRUIDphd10 DRUID-DIME Academy Conference “Innovation, Knowledge and Entrepreneurship”, Rebild
DRUIDphd09 DRUID-DIME Academy Conference “Economics and Management of Innovation, Technology and Organizational Change”, Rebild
DRUIDphd08 DRUID-DIME Academy Conference “Economics and Management of Innovation and Organizational Change”, Rebild
DRUIDphd07 DRUID-DIME Academy Conference “Geography, Innovation and Industrial Dynamics”, Rebild
DRUIDphd06 DRUID-DIME Academy Conference “The Evolution of Capabilities and Industrial Dynamics”, Rebild
DRUIDphd05 Academy Conference “Industrial Evolution and Dynamics”, Rebild
DRUIDphd04 Academy Conference “Innovation, Growth and Industrial Dynamics”, Rebild
DRUIDphd03 Academy Conference, Rebild
DRUIDphd02 Academy Conference “Industry Evolution and Analysis”, Rebild
DRUIDphd01 Academy Conference “External Organisation of the Firm”, Korsør
DRUIDphd00 Academy Conference, Hillerød
DRUIDphd99 Academy Conference, Holte
DRUIDphd98 Academy Conference, Middelfart
DRUIDphd97 Academy Conference, Aalborg

 

NEWS

 

DRUID21 DATES PENDING

We had scheduled the DRUID21 conference for June 14-16, 2021 at Rotman School of Management, University of Toronto, Canada.  Unfortunately, with the COVID-19 health crisis still unresolved, we have been forced to postpone DRUID21. Dates and location will be announceed as soon as possible. We are working hard to make it for October 2021 in Copenhagen.

The event in Toronto will be rescheduled to a later year.

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DRUIDphd21 IS CANCELLED

The DRUIDph21 Academy Conference, scheduled for January 20-22, 2021  at University of Aalborg, Denmark, has been cancelled due to the global health crisis. The next DRUID Academy  conference will be held in 2022.

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DRUID20 IS CANCELLED

The global health crisis makes us unable to hold the DRUID20 conference as planned June 15-17. Given the current uncertainty as to the duration of the crisis, we are not planning any other DRUID events in 2020. In the 25 years of its existence, this is the first time DRUID has cancelled or even shifted an event, and we send our sincere apologies to those of you who have submitted papers or kindly volunteered to review papers for us.

We had looked forward to celebrating our silver anniversary with an extraordinary professional and social program in Copenhagen in June. Instead, we send our sympathy to those around the world having suffered and those who continue to work hard to minimize further damage as the health crisis unfolds.

The DRUID21 conference will be held June 14-16, 2021 at Rotman School of Management, University of Toronto, Canada.  The DRUID21 Academy PhD training conference will take place January 20-22 in Aalborg, Denmark.

Until we see you again at DRUID, you may want to revisit the videos from earlier DRUID Debates and DRUID Keynotes:
http://13.36.173.114/druid-debates/
http://13.36.173.114/druid-keynotes/

On behalf of the DRUID Executive Committee and the DRUID20 Organizing Committee
Mark Lorenzen
Director, DRUID

Please consider supporting one of the COVID-19 charities, for instance:

WHO COVID-19 Solidarity Response Fund: https://www.who.int/emergencies/diseases/novel-coronavirus-2019/donate

Direct Relief COVID-19 Response: https://www.directrelief.org/emergency/coronavirus-outbreak/

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 DRUID offsets 120% of the carbon footprint of the DRUID18 conference [August 10, 2018]

TESTIMONIALS

Said about DRUID

 

“A melting pot. It has been, and still is, a giant network for innovation which also connects to the rest of the world, and it is an institution beyond compare in Denmark within this field. An important driver for national research integration and instrumental in stimulating interaction among the cognitive networks that relate in different ways to innovation research”.
Danish Ministry of Higher Education and Science, 2015

 

“New thinking and understanding is very much needed on the behavior of firms and industries in today’s rapidly changing economy, and the challenges for public policy. The meetings of DRUID have been and will continue to be one of the most supportive loci for such new thinking.”
Richard Nelson, Columbia University, 2015

 

“DRUID has become an exceptionally valuable well-regarded node in the global network of scholars concerned with innovation, technical change, and related issues of policy and organization.  I have been a regular attendee at the Summer conferences and an occasional participant in the Winter conferences for PhDs. It has been a pleasure to participate as the conferences advanced in every dimension, including intellectual stimulation, research interactions, organization, and opportunities for interaction with scholars from around the world.”
Sidney G. Winter, The Wharton School, University of Pennsylvania, 2015

 

“The DRUID conferences have now become the preeminent international venue for presenting leading research on innovation and industrial dynamics.  In serving this purpose, DRUID also has come to serve as a critical facilitator in the kinds of intellectual exchanges, discussions and debates that advance knowledge and thinking in this terribly important research domain.”
Wes Cohen, Duke University, 2015

 

“DRUID has become a terribly important catalyst for research efforts in a broad range of areas, including studies of innovation, entrepreneurship, management, industry dynamics, and economic geography.  DRUID plays this role most prominently with respect to its major annual conference, but also via its doctoral student and junior faculty development workshops.  There is not really a parallel to the DRUID conference as it simultaneously has tremendous scale of activity, but at the same time a rather tight topical focus.”
Daniel A. Levinthal, The Wharton School, University of Pennsylvania, 2015

 “I am a big DRUID fan!! DRUID conferences have long served as a very important venue for academic exchanges on topics at the leading edge of innovation research.”
Eric von Hippel, MIT, 2015 

 

“DRUID as an organization, and especially the summer conference, serves as a critical nexus for European and North American scholars interested in entrepreneurship, innovation, industry evolution, and economic geography. DRUID has played an important role in advancing research on these topics by creating connections across related disciplines. I find the DRUID community welcoming and unusually stimulating intellectually. Many North American scholars hold DRUID in similarly high regard.”
Olav Sorenson, Yale University, 2015

“I think it would be fair to say that increasingly among the elite schools globally DRUID is regarded as the equivalent of the Academy of Management in the European context and many US and Asia based scholars, if they pick a European conference to attend, it is DRUID.”
Gautam Ahuja, University of Michigan 

 

“I would like to make a strong endorsement for DRUID as a leading institution and event with significant visibility and recognition in the international community of strategy and innovation scholars.  DRUID is one of the leading event for many of us, because of the widespread set of scholars, the high-quality level of its symposia and debates, and several other related matters.”
Alfonso Gambardella, Bocconi University, 2015

 

“DRUID is unique in incubating interdisciplinary and multidisciplinary topics. DRUID’s focus on industrial dynamics is a significant topic, which has the ability to evolve and redefine as conditions change. When I attend the summer conference I always learn new concepts and see original ideas.  The winter conference provides an opportunity for younger scholars to get small group feedback on their work.”
Maryann Feldman, University of North Carolina, 2015

 

“The kinds of presentations one hears at DRUID are unique on the international stage, with its blend of economists, industrial economists, management studies professors, and strategy people. It is a great place to meet people interested in questions of organizational learning and process, and I particularly find attention to mechanisms refreshing in a field that otherwise spends a lot of time on descriptive results.”
Howard E. Aldrich, University of North Carolina, Chapel Hill, 2015

 

“In an era of sound bites, bubbles and fashionable trends in academia as in the rest of the world, DRUID stands out in its thoughtful, contemplative, yet relevant approach to some of the most urgent topics, issues and fields of our time. It has become the gold standard for bringing together a broad spectrum of scholars, spanning a number of diverse academic backgrounds for meaningful and thoughtful conversations.”
David Audretsch, Indiana University, 2015

 

“DRUID has been a vital gathering place for the study of industrial dynamics, innovation, and management since its inception 20 years ago.  Some of the best scholars in these fields have attended and debated at DRUID meetings, resulting in a wonderful intellectual community that is worthy of continued support.”
Henry Chesbrough, UC Berkeley, 2015

 

“DRUID has been the most successful European research organization in business and management or the past two decades. It has acted not only as a source of valuable research, but even more important as forum for scholars of business and social sciences from across the globe–both junior researchers and established leaders in their fields. Most important, DRUID has done a remarkable job of encouraging the interchange of ideas across different fields through a focus on important current phenomenon.”
Robert Grant, Bocconi University, 2015

“DRUID has become one of the go-to networks and conference events where North American scholars meet their European counterparts in a sustained trans-Atlantic dialogue on innovation and innovation policy.  It is an essential bridge between the two continents. DRUID has been the key international and interdisciplinary forum for scholarship on innovation for 20 years now.  DRUID is unique in its combination of scholarly rigor, policy relevance and the building of bridges between economics, business, organizational studies, geography and sociology for a comprehensive and border-crossing look at the rapidly-moving world of innovation.”
Michael Storper, UCLA and LSE

“From its inception 25 years ago, DRUID has grown to be the go-to conference for innovation and entrepreneurship scholars from a range of disciplines, especially from my field of urbanism and economic geography. DRUID has impact, it has helped to develop and shape an important field not just for academia but for creating more innovative economies and more prosperous societies.”
Richard Florida, University of Toronto and NYU, 2015

 

“Thank you for the continued excellence of the DRUID conference and the service that DRUID provides to the academic and scientific community.  I must say that the consistently high quality, and the hallmark debates make it one of my favorite conferences. Every year’s conference is better than the year before.”
Rajshree Argarwal, University of Maryland, 2015

 

“DRUID is known as the premiere conference for business and management scholars working at the intersection of innovation, technology, economics, history and management.”
Anita McGahan, University of Toronto, 2015

 

“DRUID is recognized internationally as one of the premier conferences on innovation and entrepreneurship, attracting leading researchers and experts in these fields year after year.”
Simon C. Parker, Ivey Business School at Western University, 2015

 

“I have been going to DRUID conferences nearly since its inception.  When I think of the academic leaders such as Dick Nelson, Nate Rosenberg, Sid Winter, Dave Mowery, Charles Edquist, Bengt-Ake Lundvall, and so many more that I met at DRUID and how those connections helped my career, it is difficult to think of another and better conference.”
Martin Kenney, University of California, Davis, 2015 

 

“DRUID has become a leading international community and conference in the area of innovation management and strategy. It is well known on both sides of the Atlantic. Even though it has grown dramatically over the years that I have attended, it retains a unique identity and “personality”. DRUID is always a part of summer I look forward to, both to reconnect with friends and colleagues and hear about their latest work, but also to be stimulated by the always-topical debates. DRUID is never boring, which cannot be said of most academic conferences. Indeed, from my viewpoint, DRUID is the top European management conference.”
Aija Leiponen, Cornell University, 2015

“DRUID is the preeminent innovation conference in all of Europe. I think the fact that it has the top names in the field in attendance is an indication of its importance for the profession.”
David Robinson, Duke University and NBER, 2015

 

“DRUID has become one of the most important international gatherings of scholars concerned with industrial dynamics, innovation and entrepreneurship. Its unique blend of debates, critical and detailed discussions of new research, and its capacity-building efforts for early career scholars have encouraged not only the formation of a richer and broader academic community, but it has also lifted the research ambitions of that community.”
Ammon Salter, University of Bath, 2015

RESEARCH

The mission of DRUID is to establish itself as a hub for premier research and doctoral education in innovation and the dynamics of structural, institutional and geographic change.

DRUIDs research agenda is a better understanding of the institutional and organizational dynamics of change, at all levels of analysis: Individuals, teams, firms, projects, networks, industries and national and regional economies. DRUID research is cross-disciplinary, incorporating insights from, for example, economics, sociology, management, and economic geography.

Since the 1990s, DRUID promoted a range of research themes that have become widely influential, such as innovation systems, open innovation, organizational learning, firm capabilities, markets for technology, clusters, and social networks. Currently, research themes that are gaining traction in the DRUID community encompass creativity, entrepreneurship, knowledge search, local and global connectedness, eco-innovation, social innovation and institutional innovation.

Examples of DRUID research can be found below.

DRUID DEBATES 1995-2018
Outstanding scholars exchanging opinions on key themes in a heated and entertaining setting with conference audiences opposing or supporting their standpoints.

DRUID KEYNOTES 1995-2018
Top scholars juxtaposed with up-and-coming contenders present topical research with potential to become tomorrow’s key themes.

DRUID AWARD WINNERS 2006-2018
High-quality papers with particular innovative potential from the DRUID conferences.

PEOPLE

Meet the DRUIDs

At the heart of DRUIDs international activities stands a group of Danish innovation scholars from Aalborg University (AAU), Copenhagen Business School (CBS), and University of Southern Denmark (SDU).

 

DRUID Senior Scholars

Esben Sloth Andersen, Department of Business and Management, AAU
Kristina Vaarst Andersen, Department of Innovation and Organizational Economics, CBS
Poul Houman Andersen, Department of Business and Management, AAU
Oliver Baumann, Department of Marketing and Management, SDU
Markus Becker, Department of Marketing and Management, SDU
Stephan Billinger,  Department of Marketing and Management, SDU
Marcel Bogers, The Mads Clausen Institut, SDU
Jing Chen, Department of Innovation and Organizational Economics, CBS
Jens Frøslev Christensen, Department of Innovation and Organizational Economics, CBS
Jesper Lindgaard Christensen, Department of Business and Management, AAU
Michael Christensen, Department of Marketing and Management, SDU
Jörg Claussen, Department of Innovation and Organizational Economics, CBS
Michael S. Dahl, Department of Business and Management, AAU
Lee Davis, Department of Innovation and Organizational Economics, CBS
Ina Drejer, Department of Business and Management, AAU
Bo Eriksen, Department of Marketing and Management, SDU
Kirsten Foss Center for Strategic Management and Globalization, CBS
Wolfgang Gerstlberger, Department of Marketing and Management, SDU
Pernille Gjerløv-Juel, Department of Business and Management, AAU
Birgitte Gregersen, Department of Business and Management, AAU
Christoph Grimpe, Department of Innovation and Organizational Economics, CBS
René Chester Goduscheit, Department of Marketing and Management, SDU
Jacob Rubæk Holm, Department of Business and Management, AAU
Lars Bo Jeppesen, Department of Innovation and Organizational Economics, CBS
Björn Johnson, Department of Business and Management, AAU
Mette Præst Knudsen, Department of Marketing and Management, SDU
Thorbjørn Knudsen, Department of Marketing and Management, SDU
Keld Laursen, Department of Innovation and Organizational Economics, CBS
Rasmus Lema, Department of Business and Management, AAU
Mark Lorenzen, Department of Innovation and Organizational Economics, CBS
Bengt-Åke Lundvall, Department of Business and Management, Aalborg University
Peter Maskell, Department of Innovation and Organizational Economics, Copenhagen Business School
Ulrik William Nash, Department of Marketing and Management, University of Southern Denmark
Kristian Nielsen, Department of Business and Management, Aalborg University
René Nesgaard Nielsen, Department of Business and Management, Aalborg University
Alex de Mota Pedrosa, Department of Marketing and Management, University of Southern Denmark
Marion Pötz, Department of Innovation and Organizational Economics, Copenhagen Business School
Karsten Boye Rasmussen, Department of Marketing and Management, University of Southern Denmark
Toke Reichstein, Department of Innovation and Organizational Economics, Copenhagen Business School
Thomas Rønde, Department of Innovation and Organizational Economics, Copenhagen Business School
Max Rolfstam, Department of Business and Management, Aalborg University
Henrik Sornn-Friese, Department of Innovation and Organizational Economics, Copenhagen Business School
Kannan Srikanth, Department of Marketing and Management, University of Southern Denmark
Nils Stieglitz, Department of Marketing and Management, University of Southern Denmark
Hans Eibe Sørensen, Department of Marketing and Management, University of Southern Denmark
Valentina Tartari, Department of Innovation and Organizational Economics, Copenhagen Business Schoo
Bram Timmermans, Department of Business and Management, Aalborg University
Romeo V. Turcan, Department of Business and Management, Aalborg University
Finn Valentin, Department of Innovation and Organizational Economics, Copenhagen Business School
Per Vejrup-Hansen, Department of Innovation and Organizational Economics, Copenhagen Business School
Gert Villumsen, Department of Business and Management, Aalborg University
Christian R. Østergaard, Department of Business and Management, Aalborg University
Sangyoon Yi, Department of Marketing of Management, University of Southern Denmark

 

DRUID Doctoral Students

Ahmad Barirani, Department of Innovation and Organizational Economics, Copenhagen Business School
Juan Martin Carrequiry, Department of Business and Management, Aalborg University
Marianne Harbo Frederiksen, Department of Technology and Innovation, University of Southern Denmark
Diane Filip, INSERO and Department of Business and Management, Aalborg University
Cecilie Bryld Fjællegaard, Department of Innovation and Organizational Economics, Copenhagen Business School
Daniel S. Hain, Department of Business and Management, Aalborg University
Jacob Jeppesen, Department of Innovation and Organizational Economics, Copenhagen Business School
Roman Jurowetzki,  Department of Business and Management, Aalborg University
Milan Miric, Department of Innovation and Organizational Economics, Copenhagen Business School
Agnieszka Nowinska, Department of Innovation and Organizational Economics, Copenhagen Business School
Leticia A. Nogueira, Department of Business and Management, Aalborg University
Anders Ørding Olsen, Department of Innovation and Organizational Economics, Copenhagen Business School
EunKyung Park, Department of Business and Management, Aalborg University
Jan Skovgaard, Department of Innovation and Organizational Economics, Copenhagen Business School
Stefan Kirkegaard Sløk-Madsen, Department of Innovation and Organizational Economics, Copenhagen Business School
Tina Lund Tranekjer, Department of Marketing and Management, University of Southern Denmark
Jacob Vind, Department of Marketing and Management, University of Southern Denmark
Theodor Vladasel, Department of Innovation and Organizational Economics, Copenhagen Business School
Annemarie Østergaard, Department of Business and Management, Aalborg University