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Bart Leten
Bart Leten
Full Professor, KU Leuven & Hasselt University
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Managing open innovation projects with science-based and market-based partners
J Du, B Leten, W Vanhaverbeke
Research Policy 43 (5), 828-840, 2014
5722014
Technological diversification, coherence, and performance of firms
B Leten, R Belderbos, B Van Looy
Journal of Product Innovation Management 24 (6), 567-579, 2007
4572007
Technological Activities and Their Impact on the Financial Performance of the Firm: Exploitation and Exploration within and between Firms*
R Belderbos, D Faems, B Leten, BV Looy
Journal of Product Innovation Management 27 (6), 869-882, 2010
3772010
Co-ownership of intellectual property: Exploring the value-appropriation and value-creation implications of co-patenting with different partners
R Belderbos, B Cassiman, D Faems, B Leten, B Van Looy
Research policy 43 (5), 841-852, 2014
3692014
IP models to orchestrate innovation ecosystems: IMEC, a public research institute in nano-electronics
B Leten, W Vanhaverbeke, N Roijakkers, A Clerix, J Van Helleputte
California management review 55 (4), 51-64, 2013
2302013
How global is R&D? Firm-level determinants of home-country bias in R&D
R Belderbos, B Leten, S Suzuki
Journal of international business studies 44, 765-786, 2013
2102013
Science or graduates: How do firms benefit from the proximity of universities?
B Leten, P Landoni, B Van Looy
Research Policy 43 (8), 1398-1412, 2014
1412014
Entry and technological performance in new technology domains: Technological opportunities, technology competition and technological relatedness
B Leten, R Belderbos, BV Looy
Journal of Management Studies 53 (8), 1257-1291, 2016
732016
Academic research strengths and multinational firms' foreign R&D location decisions: Evidence from R&D investments in European regions
R Belderbos, V Van Roy, B Leten, B Thijs
Environment and Planning A 46 (4), 920-942, 2014
672014
Scientific research, firm heterogeneity, and foreign R&D locations of multinational firms
R Belderbos, B Leten, S Suzuki
Journal of Economics & Management Strategy 26 (3), 691-711, 2017
66*2017
Does spatial ambidexterity pay off? On the benefits of geographic proximity between technology exploitation and exploration
A Geerts, B Leten, R Belderbos, B Van Looy
Journal of Product Innovation Management 35 (2), 151-163, 2018
612018
Exploring open innovation at the level of R&D projects
W Vanhaverbeke, J Du, B Leten, F Aalders
New frontiers in open innovation, 115-131, 2014
592014
Do firms benefit from being present in multiple technology clusters? An assessment of the technological performance of biopharmaceutical firms
C Lecocq, B Leten, J Kusters, B Van Looy
Regional Studies 46 (9), 1107-1119, 2012
54*2012
Basic science as a prescription for breakthrough inventions in the pharmaceutical industry
AD Malva, S Kelchtermans, B Leten, R Veugelers
The Journal of Technology Transfer 40, 670-695, 2015
472015
When research meets development: antecedents and implications of transfer speed
J Du, B Leten, W Vanhaverbeke, H Lopez‐Vega
Journal of Product Innovation Management 31 (6), 1181-1198, 2014
452014
Mounting corporate innovation performance: The effects of high-skilled migrant hires and integration capacity
K Laursen, B Leten, NH Nguyen, M Vancauteren
Research Policy 49 (9), 104034, 2020
43*2020
Multistep knowledge transfer in multinational corporation networks: when do subsidiaries benefit from unconnected sister alliances?
D Faems, B Bos, F Noseleit, B Leten
Journal of Management 46 (3), 414-442, 2020
402020
The market value of blocking patent citations
D Czarnitzki, K Hussinger, B Leten
ZEW-Centre for European Economic Research Discussion Paper, 2011
37*2011
Corporate venturing: Strategies and success factors
B Leten, W Van Dyck
Review of Business and Economic Literature 57 (4), 242-257, 2012
352012
On the use of computer‐aided text analysis in international business research
R Belderbos, M Grabowska, B Leten, S Kelchtermans, N Ugur
Global Strategy Journal 7 (3), 312-331, 2017
332017
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