Alexander Tekles
Brown Bag-Seminar: (How) Can Disruptiveness of Scientific Publications Be Measured?

Cesare Righi
Boston University
Brown Bag-Seminar: Do Patent Continuations Increase Litigation?

Ben Jones
Kellogg School of Management
Brown Bag-Seminar: The Social Returns to Innovation

Edoardo Ferrucci
LUISS Business School
Brown Bag-Seminar: Free Access to Scientific Knowledge: Sci-Hub As A Natural Experiment

Erina Ytsma
Carnegie Mellon University
Brown Bag-Seminar: Effort and Selection Effects of Performance Pay in Knowledge Creation

Daniela Sele
ETH Zürich
Brown Bag-Seminar: Algorithmic Explanations in the Field

Tom Grad
Copenhagen Business School
Brown Bag-Seminar: Strategic Behavior in Contests with Ability Heterogeneous Agents: Evidence from Field Data

Susanne Brucksch
DIJ Tokio
Brown Bag-Seminar: Innovation Activities and Medtech Partnerships in Japan

Pere Arque-Castells
University of Groningen
Brown Bag-Seminar: Measuring the Private and Social Returns to R&D: Unintended Spillovers Versus Technology Markets

Susanne Beck
Ludwig Boltzmann Gesellschaft
Brown Bag-Seminar: What’s the Problem? How Crowdsourcing Contributes to Identifying Scientific Research Questions

Aldo Geuna
University of Turin
Brown Bag-Seminar: International Knowledge Flows Between Industry Inventors and Universities: The Role of Multinational Companies

Marco van der Leij
University of Amsterdam
Brown Bag-Seminar: On the Influence of Top Journals

Sampsa Samila
IESE Business School
Brown Bag-Seminar: Female Inventors and Inventions

Martin Watzinger
LMU München
Brown Bag-Seminar: Disclosure and Cumulative Innovation: Evidence from the Patent Depository Library Program

Mercedes Delgado
MIT Sloan School, visiting Copenhagen Business School
Brown Bag-Seminar: Catalysts for Gender Inclusion in Innovation: The Role of Universities and their Top Inventors

Volker Lindenthal
Ludwig-Maximilians-Universität München
Brown Bag-Seminar: Persecution and Escape: The Fate of Skilled Jews in Nazi Germany

Nicola Lacetera
University of Toronto
Brown Bag-Seminar: Leaning in or Not Leaning Out? Opt-out Choice Framing Attenuates Gender Differences in the Decision to Compete

Krista Saral
Geneva Webster
Brown Bag-Seminar: Characterizing the Entrepreneur Using Experimental Economics

Christian Helmers
Santa Clara University
Brown Bag-Seminar: The Impact of Government Funding on Science: Evidence from the U.S. Government Shutdown

Hanna Hottenrott
TU München
Brown Bag-Seminar: Multiple Institutional Affiliations in Academia

Martin Schmitz
Vanderbilt University
Brown Bag-Seminar: Knowledge Assessibility and Cumulative Innovation: Evidence from a Network-Econometric Analysis of the Introduction of the British Penny Post in 1840

Nicola Bianchi
Kellogg School of Management
Brown Bag-Seminar: Chains of Opportunity Revisited

Enrico Berkes
Ohio State University
Brown Bag-Seminar: Novel Ideas: The Effects of Carnegie Libriaries on Innovative Activities

Henning Piezunka
Brown Bag-Seminar: Learning-by-Participating: The Dynamics of Information Aggregation in Organizations

Marieke Roskes
VU Amsterdam
Brown Bag-Seminar: Reducing the Negative Effects of Avoidance Motivation on Creativity

Lorenzo Ductor
Universidad de Granada
Brown Bag-Seminar: Gender and Collaboration

Beth Webster
Swinburne University of Technology, Centre for Transformative Innovation
Brown Bag-Seminar: Which Australian Industries Produce Most R&D External Benefits?

Sandra Vengadasalam, James Lawton und Friederike Kleinfercher
Max Planck Digital Library
bloxberg - The Blockchain Consortium for Science / TechTalk - Details about the bloxberg Blockchain and its Smart Contracts

Bauke Visser
Erasmus University Rotterdam
Brown Bag-Seminar: The Value of Proximity to Power: The Case of Editorial Boards of Economics Journals

Henry Sauermann
ESMT Berlin
Brown Bag-Seminar: Academics’ Motives, Opportunity Costs and Commercial Activities Across Fields

Wolfgang Luhan
Portsmouth Business School
Brown Bag-Seminar: Ticket to Free Ride: Satisfaction Guaranteed and Mutual Distrust

Gabriele Cristelli
École Polytechnique Fédérale de Lausanne
Brown Bag-Seminar: Free Movement of Inventors: Open-Border Policy and Innovation in Switzerland

Tim Büthe und Cindy Cheng
TU München
Brown Bag-Seminar: How Many Lawyers Does It Take To Turn A Light Bulb? Competition Law, Judicial Independence, and Innovation

Emilio Ratieri
Eindhoven University of Technology
Brown Bag-Seminar: Knowledge Diffusion Through the Patent System: Evidence from the Invention Secrecy Act

Kirsten Hillebrand
Universität Bremen
Brown Bag-Seminar: The Social Dilemma of Big Data

Matthew Higgins
Georgia Tech, Scheller College of Business
Brown Bag-Seminar: Market Effects of Adverse Regulatory Events: Evidence From Drug Relabeling

Carsten Feuerbaum
KU Eichstätt-Ingolstadt
Brown Bag-Seminar: Labor Supply and Automation Innovation

Bernhard Ganglmair
Brown Bag-Seminar: Visibility of Technology and Cumulative Innovation: Evidence from Trade Secrets Laws

Benjamin Balsmeier
Université de Luxembourg
Brown Bag-Seminar: Heterogeneous Innovation and the Antifragile Economy

Bettina Peters
Brown Bag-Seminar: Effectiveness and Efficacy of R&D Subsidies: Estimating Treatment Effects with One-sided Noncompliance

Katrin Hussinger
Université de Luxembourg
Brown Bag-Seminar: The Effects of Introduction of Patent Rights on University Science

Andreas Panagopoulos
University of Crete
Brown Bag-Seminar: Patents, Trade Secrets and the Diffusion of Artificial Intelligence

Olena Izhak
Düsseldorf Institute for Competition Economics
Brown Bag-Seminar: Optimal Patent Policy for the Pharmaceutical Industry

David Heller
Goethe-Universität Frankfurt
Brown Bag-Seminar: The Impact of Financial Resources on Corporate Inventions

Myra Mohnen
University of Essex
Brown Bag-Seminar: Knowledge Spillovers From Clean and Dirty Technologies

Justine Bulkaert
Université de Liège
Brown Bag-Seminar: Do the Rules Play the Game? SEP License Negotiations Under Evolving Regulation

Valerio Sterzi
Université de Bordeaux
Brown Bag-Seminar: Do Patent Assertion Entities Harm Innovation? Evidence from Patent Transfers in Europe

Shannon Heald
University of Chicago
Brown Bag-Seminar: Need-Solution Pairs: A Different Path to Insight and Innovation

Robin Stitzing
Nokia Technologies
Brown Bag-Seminar: Economics of Standard Development and Licensing Standard-Essential Patents

Theodor Vladasel
Copenhagen Business School
Brown Bag-Seminar: Same, but Different? Birth Order, Family Size, and Sibling Sex Composition Effects in Entrepreneurship

Jörg Hoffmann und Francisco Beneke
Max-Planck-Institut für Innovation und Wettbewerb
Brown Bag-Seminar: Digital Markets, Mobile Payments Systems and Development – Competition Policy Implications in Developing Countries in Light of the EU Experience

Lee Branstetter
Carnegie Mellon University
Brown Bag-Seminar: Starving (or Fattening) the Golden Goose: Generic Entry and the Incentives for Early-Stage Pharmaceutical Innovation

Christian Fons-Rosen
Universitat Pompeu Fabra
Brown Bag-Seminar: Foreign Investment and Domestic Productivity: Identifying Knowledge Spillovers and Competition Effects

Raji Jayaraman
ESMT Berlin
Brown Bag-Seminar: The Effect of Choosing Teams and Ideas on Entrepreneurial Performance: Evidence from a Field Experiment

Christopher L. Magee
Institute for Data, Systems, and Society, Massachusetts Institute of Technology
Brown Bag-Seminar: Challenges for Direct Quantitative Measurement of Technological Change

Christian Holthaus
TU Darmstadt
Brown Bag-Seminar: Problem Solving Without Problem Formulation: Documenting Need-solution Pairs in a Laboratory Setting

Justus Baron
Northwestern University
Brown Bag-Seminar: The Causal Effect of Standard-Essential Patents on Standard-Related Technological Innovation

Chirantan Chatterjee
Indian School of Business
Brown Bag-Seminar: Organize to Innovate: Intellectual Property Regimes: Technology Adoption and Firm Structure

Christian Helmers
Santa Clara University
Brown Bag-Seminar: The Effect of Patent Litigation Insurance: Evidence from NPEs

Taras Grendash
Brown Bag-Seminar: On The Accelerated Examination of Patents and its Impact On Commercialization

Maikel Pellens
ZEW Mannheim, KU Leuven
Brown Bag-Seminar: Guilt by Association: How Scientific Misconduct Harms Prior Collaborators

Georg von Graevenitz
Queen Mary University London
Brown Bag-Seminar: Patenting Strategies in the European Patent System

Lars Mewes und Tobias Ebert
Universität Hannover sowie ZEW Mannheim
Brown Bag-Seminar: Macro Psychological Characteristics Predict the Creation and Adoption of Radical Innovations in American Cities

Anne ter Wal
Imperial College Business School, ETH Zürich
Brown Bag-Seminar: Bridging the Gap: Network Activation and Mobilization of Boundary-Spanners Across the Industry-Academia Divide

Joel Stiebale
DICE, Heinrich-Heine-Universität Düsseldorf
Brown Bag-Seminar: Acquisitions, Markups, Efficiency, and Product Quality: Evidence from India

Elie Ji-Yun Sung
Georgia Institute of Technology
Brown Bag-Seminar: Evaluation of a Policy Change Weakening Patents and its Heterogeneous Effect on Firm Innovation

Michael Rose
University of Cape Town
Brown Bag-Seminar: Informal Intellectual Collaboration with Central Colleagues

Ludvig Levasseur
Ph.D., PSL-Université Paris-Dauphine
Brown Bag-Seminar: Venture Capital Research: Review and Mixed Methods Directions

Sen Chai
ESSEC Business School
Brown Bag-Seminar: How Firms Frame Catastrophic Failures

Michael Dahl
Aarhus University
Brown Bag-Seminar: Career Effects of Mental Health

Lutz Bornmann
Brown Bag-Seminar: Normalization of Citation Impact

Sabrina Howell
Brown Bag-Seminar: Learning from Feedback: Evidence from New Ventures

Dennis Verhoeven
KU Leuven
Brown Bag-Seminar: Potluck or Chef de Cuisine? Knowledge Diversity, Teams and Breakthrough Invention

Margaret Kyle
MINES ParisTech
Brown Bag-Seminar: Are Important Innovations Rewarded? Evidence from Pharmaceutical Markets

Michael Neumann
Universität Bayreuth
Brown Bag-Seminar: Functions and Conflicts of Patents in Public Basic Science

Roman Fudickar
TU München
Brown Bag-Seminar: Research at the Frontier of Knowledge: Comparing Text Similarity Indicators with Citations Counts to Measure Scientific Excellence

Veikko Thiele
Queen's University
Brown Bag-Seminar: Deep Pockets and the Valuation of Start-ups

Florian Schuett
Tilburg University
Brown Bag-Seminar: Screening for Patent Quality: Examination, Fees, and the Courts

Mirco Draca
University of Warwick
Munich Innovation Seminar: Cascading Innovation

Ariel D. Stern
Harvard Business School
Brown Bag-Seminar: Software-Driven Innovation and Medical Technology

Prof. Dr. Simeon Schudy
Ludwig-Maximilians-Universität München
Brown Bag-Seminar: Incentivizing Complex Problem Solving in Teams - Evidence from a Field Experiment

Federica Coelli
Universität Oslo
Brown Bag-Seminar: Better, Faster, Stronger: Global Innovation and Trade Liberalization

Tim W. Dornis
Leuphana Universität Lüneburg
Brown Bag-Seminar: Behind the Steele Curtain: An Empirical Study of Trademark Conflicts Law, 1952-2016

Thomas Astebro
HEC Paris
Brown Bag-Seminar: The Effects of a Training Program to Encourage Social Entrepreneurship

Corinna Coupette
Max-Planck-Institut für Steuerrecht und Öffentliche Finanzen
Brown Bag-Seminar: Measuring the Law - A Network Science Perspective on Constitutional Jurisprudence

Roya Ghafele
University of Oxford
Brown Bag-Seminar: What Patent Policy for the Internet of Things?

Malwina Mejer
Europäische Komission
Brown Bag-Seminar: Dual Trademark System in Europe

Cédric Gutierrez
HEC Paris
Brown Bag-Seminar: The Impact of Overconfidence and Ambiguity Attitude on Market Entry

Hanna Hottenrott
Technische Universität München
Brown Bag-Seminar: Direct and Cross Scheme Effects in a Research and Development Subsidy Program

Karl Wennberg
Stockholm School of Economics
Brown Bag-Seminar: Government-sponsored Entrepreneurship Education: Can Less Be More?

Raphael Zingg
ETH Zürich
Brown Bag-Seminar: Protection Heterogeneity in a Harmonized European Patent System

Abbie Griffin
University of Utah
Brown Bag-Seminar: The Managerial Bias for High End Projects in New Product Development: Why Firms Have Trouble Innovating for the Bottom of the Pyramid

Paolo Zacchia
IMT School for Advanced Studies Lucca
Brown Bag-Seminar: Benefiting Colleagues but not the City: Localized Spillovers from the Relocation of Superstar Inventors

Mirjam van Praag
Copenhagen Business School
Brown Bag-Seminar: The "Entrepreneurial Boss" Effect on Employees' Future Entrepreneurship Choices: A Role Model Story?

Steffen Juranek
Norwegian School of Economics
Brown Bag-Seminar: Taxing Royalty Payments

Daniel Gross
Harvard Business School
Brown Bag-Seminar: Creativity Under Fire: The Effects of Competition on Creative Production

Marie und Jerry Thursby
Georgia Institute of Technology
Brown Bag-Seminar: Prepublication Information Sharing and Research Productivity: The Case of Academic Scientists

Rinat Sergeev
Harvard University
Brown Bag-Seminar: Using Crowds to Crack Algorithmic Problems

Jana Gallus
UCLA Anderson School of Management
Brown Bag-Seminar: Fostering Public Good Contributions with Symbolic Awards: A Natural Field Experiment at Wikipedia

Malte Doehne
Ludwig-Maximilians-Universität München
Brown Bag-Seminar: Patent Oppositions in Networks: An Analysis of the Cosmetics Industry?

Stefan Wagner
European School of Management and Technology
Brown Bag-Seminar: Knowing Me, Knowing You: Inventor Mobility and the Formation of Technology-Oriented Alliances

Yassine Lefouili
Toulouse School of Economics
Brown Bag-Seminar: Cross-Licensing and Competition

Emeric Henry
Sciences Po
Brown Bag-Seminar: Social Motives and the Success of Organizations - Evidence from Open Source Software

Thomas Fackler
Ludwig-Maximilians-Universität München
Brown Bag-Seminar: Knowledge Remittances: Does Emigration Foster Innovation?

Pooyan Khashabi
Ludwig-Maximilians-Universität München
Institute for Strategy, Technology and Organization
Brown Bag-Seminar: Embracing the Sharks - The Impact of Information Exposure on the likelihood and Quality of CVC Investments

Oliver Baumann
University of Southern Denmark
Institut for Marketing & Management
Brown Bag-Seminar: Regulating Organizational Search: Internal Social Comparisons and Adaptation in Multi-Unit Firms

Eszter Czibor
University of Chicago
Department of Economics
Brown Bag-Seminar: Women Do Not Play Their Aces - The Consequences of Shying Away

Uwe Cantner
Friedrich Schiller University Jena
Chair of Economics/Microeconomics
Brown Bag-Seminar: Innovation, Personality Traits and Entrepreneurial Failure

06.04.2015 – 17.03.2017
Kenta Nakamura
Kobe University, Japan
Graduate School of Economics
Brown Bag-Seminar: Third Party Contributions to Patent Examination: Evidence from the Information Submission System in Japan

Justin Tumlinson
Ifo Institut
Ifo Center for Industrial Organisation and New Technologies
Brown Bag-Seminar: Unobserved Ability and Entrepreneurship

Jian Wang
University of Leuven
Brown Bag-Seminar: Bias against Novelty in Science: A Cautionary Tale for Users of Bibliometric Indicators

Alexandra Zaby
Universität Tübingen
Brown Bag-Seminar: The Economics of Patent Backlog

Travis Lybbert
University of California, Davis
Agricultural and Resource Economics
Brown Bag-Seminar: How Do Patents Shape Global Value Chains? International and Domestic Patenting and Value-Added Trade

Virgilio Failla
Ludwig-Maximilians-Universität München
Institut für Strategie, Technologie und Organisation
Brown Bag-Seminar: The Unpredictably Stable Entrepreneur

27.10. – 29.10.2015 
Marina Schröder 
Universität zu Köln
Wirtschafts- und Sozialwissenschaftliche Fakultät
Brown Bag-Seminar: Quantity, Usability, and Novelty: The Effects of Incentives on Creativity

Georg von Graevenitz 
Queen Mary University, London
School of Business and Management
Brown Bag-Seminar: Does Google Trends Data Really Predict Car Sales?

Patrick Waelbroeck 
Télécom ParisTech
Department of Economics and Social Sciences
Brown Bag-Seminar: On (Open) Access to Research in Developing Countries: Empirical Evidence from Article-Level Data

24.09. – 15.10.2015 
Lars Hornuf 
Universität Trier
Volkswirtschaftliche Fakultät
Brown Bag-Seminar: Funding Dynamics in Crowdinvesting

01.11.2014 – 30.09.2015 
Mao Hao 
SIPO, China
Intellectual Property Development & Research Center
Brown Bag-Seminar: Value of Patents and the Influencing Factors: Evidence from the Chinese Patent Survey

07.09. – 19.09.2015 
Bronwyn Hall 
University of California, Berkeley
Brown Bag-Seminar: Taxation and Patent Transfers

Steffen Juranek 
Norwegian School of Economics
Brown Bag-Seminar: Investing in Legal Advice – What Determines the Costs of Enforcing Intellectual Property Rights?

01.08.2014 – 31.07.2015 
Koichiro Onishi 
Osaka Institute of Technology
Faculty of Intellectual Property
Brown Bag-Seminar: Monetary Incentives for Corporate Inventors

08.06.2015 – 12.06.2015 
Bronwyn Hall 
University of California, Berkeley
Brown Bag-Seminar: Patent Thickets

02.03. – 08.03.2015 
Carlos Serrano 
Universität Pompeu Fabra
Department of Economics and Business Economics
Brown Bag-Seminar: Patent Collateral, Investor Commitment, and the Market for Venture Lending

13.01. – 15.01.2015 
Susanne Prantl 
Universität zu Köln
Department of Economics
Brown Bag-Seminar: Competition, Patents and Innovation

John Hagedoorn 
Universität Maastricht
School of Business and Economics
Brown Bag-Seminar: The Co-Alignment of Open Innovation With Environmental Contingencies and Its Effect on Innovation Performance

20.11. – 26.11.2014 
Bronwyn Hall 
University of California, Berkeley
Brown Bag-Seminar: Technology Entry in the Presence of Patent Thickets

11.11. – 25.11.2014 
Paula Stephan 
Georgia State University
Andrew Young School of Policy Studies
Brown Bag-Seminar: Relating Research Output to Funding: Bundling and Attribution Issues

Stefan Bechtold 
ETH Zürich
Center for Law & Economics
Brown Bag-Seminar: The Causal Effects of Competition on Innovation: Experimental Evidence

01.10. – 03.10.2014 
Julia Lane 
American Institutes for Research
Brown Bag-Seminar: Using Big Data to Describe the Results of Science Investments

Patrick Waelbroeck 
Paris Tech
Brown Bag-Seminar: Online Copyright Enforcement: A Stochastic Model of the Graduated Response in France

30.06. – 11.07.2014 
Andreas Bielig 
Warsaw School of Economics
Brown Bag-Seminar: Economic Impacts of Intellectual Property on the Competitiveness in International Trade

30.06. – 04.07.2014 
Kyriakos Drivas 
University of Califorinia, Berkeley
College of Natural Recources
Brown Bag-Seminar: University Ownership, Patent Flow, and Signaling Effects of Licensing on Follow-on Research

12.06. – 23.06.2014 
Marie und Jerry Thursby 
Georgia Institute of Technology
Scheller College of Business
Brown Bag-Seminar: The Nexus of University Science and Biopharmaceutical Applications

24.04. – 10.06.2014 
Travis Lybbert
UC Davis
Brown Bag-Seminar: An 'Algorithmic Links with Probabilities' Concordance for Trademarks with an Application to International Patent and Trademark Flows

20.05. – 23.05.2014 
Stephan Gutzeit 
Oxford University
Merton College
Brown Bag-Seminar: Schumpeter's Entrepreneur as an Artist, Designer, and Idealist

19.05. – 22.05.2014 
Min Ren 
Northwestern University
Kellog School of Management
Brown Bag-Seminar: When Big Data Meets Life Sciences: Data Reporting Standards and Innovation

01.10.2013 – 30.04.2014 
Nikolaus Thumm 
European Commission Expert Group on Patent Aggregation
Brown Bag-Seminar: Patent Aggregation

Marc Gruber 
École Polytechnique Fédérale de Lausanne
Entrepreneurship and Technology Commercialization
Brown Bag-Seminar: Interpretative Schema, Adaptation and the Emergence of New Organizations

17.03. – 12.04.2014 
Qinghai Li 
Tongji University
School of Economics and Management
Brown Bag-Seminar: Strategisches IP-Management, Marketing- und Technologiemanagement
Martin Watzinger 
Ludwig-Maximilians-Universität München
Seminar für Komparative Wirtschaftsforschung
Brown Bag-Seminar: Measuring Spillovers of Venture Capital

Henning Piezunka 
Stanford University
Huang Engineering Center
Brown Bag-Seminar: How Sellers Choose Intermediaries

Georg von Graevenitz 
University of East Anglia, London
Brown Bag-Seminar: Conflict Resolution, Public Goods and Patent Thickets

25.11. – 05.12.2013 
Bronwyn Hall 
University of California, Berkeley
Brown Bag-Seminar: Recent Research on the Economics of Patents

10.10. – 19.10.2013 
Tim Bresnahan 
Stanford University
Brown Bag-Seminar: On Information Technology

28.09. – 06.10.2013 
Alexander Oettl 
Georgia Institute of Technology
Scheller College of Business
Brown Bag-Seminar: Why Stars Matter?

07.09. – 16.09.2013 
Stuart Graham 
Georgia Institute of Technology
Scheller College of Business
Brown Bag-Seminar: The USPTO Trademark Case Files Dataset

27.06. – 12.07.2013 
Marie und Jerry Thursby 
Georgia Institute of Technology
Scheller College of Business
Brown Bag-Seminar: Patents as Signals for Startup Financing

04. – 05.07.2013 
Georg von Graevenitz 
University of East Anglia, London
Brown Bag-Seminar: Quantitative Methods

06. – 10.05.2013 
Burton Lee 
Stanford University
Brown Bag-Seminar: Boundary Conditions for Growth of Startups in Silicon Valley and European Clusters