Anne ter Wal
Anne ter Wal
Imperial College Business School
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Knowledge networks and innovative performance in an industrial district: the case of a footwear district in the South of Italy
RA Boschma, ALJ Ter Wal
Industry and Innovation 14 (2), 177-199, 2007
Applying social network analysis in economic geography: framing some key analytic issues
ALJ Ter Wal, RA Boschma
The Annals of Regional Science 43 (3), 739-756, 2009
Co-evolution of firms, industries and networks in space
ALJ Ter Wal, R Boschma
Regional Studies 45 (7), 919-933, 2011
The open innovation research landscape: Established perspectives and emerging themes across different levels of analysis
M Bogers, AK Zobel, A Afuah, E Almirall, S Brunswicker, L Dahlander, ...
Industry and Innovation 24 (1), 8-40, 2017
The dynamics of the inventor network in German biotechnology: geographic proximity versus triadic closure
ALJ Ter Wal
Journal of Economic Geography, 2013
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), 2014
Innovator networks and regional knowledge base
U Cantner, A Meder, ALJ Ter Wal
Technovation 30 (9-10), 496-507, 2010
Cluster emergence and network evolution: a longitudinal analysis of the inventor network in Sophia-Antipolis
ALJ Ter Wal
Regional Studies 47 (5), 651-668, 2013
Social capital of venture capitalists and start-up funding
OT Alexy, JH Block, P Sandner, ALJ Ter Wal
Small Business Economics, 1-17, 2011
Going underground: bootlegging and individual innovative performance
P Criscuolo, A Salter, ALJ ter Wal
Organization Science, 2013
Open for Ideation: Individual-level Openness and Idea Generation in R&D
A Salter, A ter Wal, P Criscuolo, O Alexy
Journal of Product Innovation Management, forthcoming, 2014
The Evolution of Trade and Scientific Collaboration Networks in the Global Wine Sector: A Longitudinal Study Using Network Analysis
L Cassi, A Morrison, ALJ Ter Wal
Economic Geography 88 (3), 311-334, 2012
The Best of Both Worlds: The Benefits of Open-specialized and Closed-diverse Syndication Networks for New Ventures’ Success
ALJ Ter Wal, O Alexy, J Block, P Sandner
Administrative Science Quarterly, 2016
Characterizing and comparing innovation systems by different ‘modes’ of knowledge production: A proximity approach
S Hardeman, K Frenken, Ö Nomaler, ALJ Ter Wal
Science and Public Policy 42 (4), 530-548, 2015
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
Networks and geography in the economics of knowledge flows: a commentary
ALJ Ter Wal
Quality & Quantity 45 (5), 1059-1063, 2011
Assessing the performance of cluster ecosystems: An exploratory framework
ALJ ter Wal, C Corbishley, M Dodgson, DM Gann
Academy of Management Proceedings 2015 (1), 12099, 2015
Kennisnetwerken en ruimtelijke clustering
A ter Wal
Rooilijn 41 (6), 386-393, 2008
The relative value of the division versus duplication of network ties for innovation performance
ALJ Ter Wal, P Criscuolo, B McEvily, A Salter
Academy of Management Proceedings 2018 (1), 14225, 2018
The Best of Both Worlds: Benefits of Specialized-brokered and Diverse-closed Syndication Networks
ALJ ter Wal, O Alexy, JH Block, PG Sandner
Academy of Management Proceedings 2013 (1), 11425, 2013
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