Innovation & Entrepreneurship Seminar

Die Max Planck Innovation & Entrepreneurship Seminarreihe der wirtschaftswissenschaftlichen Abteilung, vormals Brown Bag-Seminar, wurde kurz nach deren Einrichtung im Jahr 2013 ins Leben gerufen. Sie ist mittlerweile eine fest etablierte Größe in der Münchner Forschungslandschaft und darüber hinaus. Die Seminare finden üblicherweise in wöchentlichem Turnus statt und sind auch für externe Forschende und Studierende offen. Seit Einrichtung der Seminarreihe haben mittlerweile über 150 Gastvorträge stattgefunden.

Leu Heursen
HU Berlin
Innovation & Entrepreneurship Seminar: Are Women Less Effective Leaders Than Men?

Tetsuo Wada
Gakushuin University
Innovation & Entrepreneurship Seminar: International Spillovers Between Patent Examination Results – Evidence From Rejection Citations at the Trilateral Offices

Alexander Tekles
Innovation & Entrepreneurship 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