Sonali K. Shah
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How communities support innovative activities: an exploration of assistance and sharing among end-users
N Franke, S Shah
Research policy 32 (1), 157-178, 2003
Building better theory by bridging the quantitative–qualitative divide*
SK Shah, KG Corley
Journal of Management Studies 43 (8), 1821-1835, 2006
Motivation, governance, and the viability of hybrid forms in open source software development
SK Shah
Management science 52 (7), 1000-1014, 2006
The accidental entrepreneur: The emergent and collective process of user entrepreneurship
SK Shah, M Tripsas
Strategic entrepreneurship journal 1 (1‐2), 123-140, 2007
Pre-entry knowledge, learning, and the survival of new firms
JC Dencker, M Gruber, SK Shah
Organization Science 20 (3), 516-537, 2009
Sources and patterns of innovation in a consumer products field: innovations in sporting equipment
S Shah
Sloan Working Paper, 2000
Knowledge sources of entrepreneurship: Firm formation by academic, user and employee innovators
R Agarwal, SK Shah
Research policy 43 (7), 1109-1133, 2014
Open beyond software
SK Shah
Open sources 2, 339-360, 2005
The Open Innovation in Science research field: a collaborative conceptualisation approach
S Beck, C Bergenholtz, M Bogers, TM Brasseur, ML Conradsen, ...
Industry and Innovation 29 (2), 136-185, 2022
Individual and opportunity factors influencing job creation in new firms
JC Dencker, M Gruber, SK Shah
Academy of Management Journal 52 (6), 1125-1147, 2009
Parting the ivory curtain: understanding how universities support a diverse set of startups
SK Shah, EC Pahnke
The Journal of Technology Transfer, 1-13, 2014
Do innovative users generate more useful insights? An analysis of corporate venture capital investments in the medical device industry
SW Smith, SK Shah
Strategic Entrepreneurship Journal 7 (2), 151-167, 2013
When do user innovators start firms? A theory of user entrepreneurship
S Shah, M Tripsas
Revolutionizing Innovation: Users, Communities and Open Innovation, 285-307, 2016
Jewels in the crown: Exploring the motivations and team building processes of employee entrepreneurs
SK Shah, R Agarwal, R Echambadi
Strategic Management Journal 40 (9), 1417-1452, 2019
From innovation to firm formation: Contributions by sports enthusiasts to the windsurfing, snowboarding & skateboarding industries
SK Shah
The Engineering of Sport 6: Volume 3: Developments for Innovation, 29-34, 2006
Who are user entrepreneurs? Findings on innovation, founder characteristics, and firm characteristics (The Kauffman Firm Survey)
S Shah, S Winston Smith, EJ Reedy
Findings on Innovation, Founder Characteristics, and Firm Characteristics …, 2012
Athena's birth: Triggers, actors, and actions preceding industry inception
R Agarwal, M Moeen, SK Shah
Strategic Entrepreneurship Journal 11 (3), 287-305, 2017
Community-based innovation & product development: finding from open source software and consumer sporting goods
SK Shah
Massachusetts Institute of Technology, 2003
Building industries by building knowledge: Uncertainty reduction over industry milestones
M Moeen, R Agarwal, SK Shah
Strategy Science 5 (3), 218-244, 2020
Why do user communities matter for strategy?
S Shah, F Nagle
Strategic Management Review 1 (2), 305-353, 2020
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