Paola Criscuolo
Paola Criscuolo
Imperial College Business School
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Does it matter where patent citations come from? Inventor vs. examiner citations in European patents
P Criscuolo, B Verspagen
Research policy 37 (10), 1892-1908, 2008
A novel approach to national technological accumulation and absorptive capacity: aggregating Cohen and Levinthal
P Criscuolo, R Narula
The European Journal of Development Research 20, 56-73, 2008
Going underground: Bootlegging and individual innovative performance
P Criscuolo, A Salter, ALJ Ter Wal
Organization Science 25 (5), 1287-1305, 2014
Coping with open innovation: responding to the challenges of external engagement in R&D
A Salter, P Criscuolo, ALJ Ter Wal
California management review 56 (2), 77-94, 2014
Role of home and host country innovation systems in R&D internationalisation: a patent citation analysis
P Criscuolo, R Narula, B Verspagen
Economics of innovation and new technology 14 (5), 417-433, 2005
Does IP strategy have to cripple open innovation?
O Alexy, P Criscuolo, A Salter
MIT Sloan management review 51 (1), 71, 2009
Open for ideation: Individual‐level openness and idea generation in R&D
A Salter, ALJ Ter Wal, P Criscuolo, O Alexy
Journal of Product Innovation Management 32 (4), 488-504, 2015
Which problems to solve? Online knowledge sharing and attention allocation in organizations
MR Haas, P Criscuolo, G George
Academy of Management Journal 58 (3), 680-711, 2015
Evaluating novelty: The role of panels in the selection of R&D projects
P Criscuolo, L Dahlander, T Grohsjean, A Salter
Academy of Management Journal 60 (2), 433-460, 2017
The elixir (or burden) of youth? Exploring differences in innovation between start-ups and established firms
P Criscuolo, N Nicolaou, A Salter
Research Policy 41 (2), 319-333, 2012
The'home advantage'effect and patent families. A comparison of OECD triadic patents, the USPTO and the EPO
P Criscuolo
Scientometrics 66, 23-41, 2006
Using multi-hub structures for international R&D: organisational inertia and the challenges of implementation
P Criscuolo, R Narula
Management International Review 47, 639-660, 2007
On the road again: Researcher mobility inside the R&D network
P Criscuolo
Research Policy 34 (9), 1350-1365, 2005
Making a marriage of materials: The role of gatekeepers and shepherds in the absorption of external knowledge and innovation performance
ALJ Ter Wal, P Criscuolo, A Salter
Research Policy 46 (5), 1039-1054, 2017
Managing unsolicited ideas for R&D
O Alexy, P Criscuolo, A Salter
California Management Review 54 (3), 116-139, 2012
Inter-firm reverse technology transfer: the home country effect of R&D internationalization
P Criscuolo
Industrial and Corporate Change 18 (5), 869-899, 2009
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
Making knowledge visible: Using expert yellow pages to map capabilities in professional services firms
P Criscuolo, A Salter, T Sheehan
Research Policy 36 (10), 1603-1619, 2007
The knowledge bases of the world’s largest pharmaceutical groups: what do patent citations to non-patent literature reveal?
S Brusoni, P Criscuolo, A Geuna
Economics of Innovation and New Technology 14 (5), 395-415, 2005
Absorptive capacity at the individual level: an ambidexterity approach to external engagement
A Ter Wal, P Criscuolo, A Salter
DRUID 2011-Innovation, Strategy, and Structure-Organizations, Institutions …, 2011
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