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Jingshu Du

De Vinci Research Center


Jingshu Du

Dr. Jingshu Du is Associate Professor of Innovation and Strategy at Léonard de Vinci Pôle Universitaire Research Center in Paris, France. Before joining EMLV, she was Assistant Professor of Strategic management and Innovation at the Vrije Universiteit Amsterdam (The Netherlands); Senior Associate at Vlerick Business School of KULeuven (Belgium); and FWO granted long-stay research scholar at University of California, Berkeley (The United States). Jingshu teaches at the Ph.D, EMBA, MBA, and Master levels. Jingshu's research focuses on open and collaborative innovation, strategic management, and is conducted in close collaboration with leading European firms in the manufacturing and pharmaceutical industries. Her research output has appeared on leading international academic journals (CNRS 1, 2), such as Research Policy, Journal of Product Innovation Management, Industrial Marketing Management (sole-author), Technovation, and R&D Management, and in several books published by Oxford University Press, Imperial College London Press, Springer, and Routledge (sole-author), respectively. Jingshu has received several prestigious awards, among which, the "National outstanding student" - placed 1st in province (2006, Beijing); "Best doctoral dissertation" of the 25th International Society for Professional Innovation Management - placed 2nd worldwide (2014, Dublin); She is the leading author of a Top 1% "Highly-cited paper" on Web of Science (2017- present); and finalist of the "Best paper" award of the Strategy division of the 80th Academy of Management (2020, Vancouver).

jingshu.du@devinci.fr

Publications


Articles de journaux

Elco Van Burg; Jingshu Du; Gerdien Kers Jannigje

When do academics patent outside their university? An in-depth case study Article de journal

Dans: Technovation, vol. 107, p. 102287, 2021.

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Jingshu Du

The up- and downside of collaboration in core and non-core technologies - Selective, contingent, and orchestrated openness in R&D collaborations Article de journal

Dans: Industrial Marketing Management, vol. 94, p. 187-201, 2021.

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Yufen Chen; Wim Vanhaverbeke; Jingshu Du

The Interaction between Internal R&D and Different Types of External Knowledge Sourc-ing: an Empirical Study of Chinese Innovative Firms Article de journal

Dans: R&D Management, vol. 46, no. 3, p. 1006-1023, 2016.

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Jingshu Du; Bart Leten; Wim Vanhaverbeke

When Research Meets Development: Antecedents and Implications of Transfer Speed Article de journal

Dans: Journal Of Product Innovation Management, vol. 31, no. 6, p. 1181-1198, 2014.

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Jingshu Du; Bart Leten; Wim Vanhaverbeke

Managing Open Innovation Projects with Science-based and Market-based Partners Article de journal

Dans: Research Policy, vol. 43, no. 5, p. 828-840, 2014.

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Wim Vanhaverbeke; Jingshu Du

Reframing the Role of Lead Users in Radical Innovations: an Open Innovation Perspective Article de journal

Dans: International Journal of Business Environment, vol. 3, no. 2, p. 202-220, 2010.

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Jingshu Du; Yun Chen; K Xie

A Firm-Centric Model on Technological Innovation Article de journal

Dans: vol. 28, no. 10, p. 184-188, 2008.

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Recueils

Jingshu Du

Business Model Innovation and Transformation in Dynamic Environments Recueil

Dans: Brian Tjemkes, Oli Mihalache (Ed.): Transformative Strategies : Strategic Thinking in the Age of Globalization, Disruption, Collaboration and Responsibility, p. 65-82, Routledge, 2021, ISBN: 978-0367223113.

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Li Yuan; Jingshu Du; Sylvia Van de Bunt

Social Capital Networking in China and the Traditional Values of Guanxi. Recueil

Dans: Ramady, M. (Ed.): The political economy of 'Wasta': use and abuse of social capital networking, vol. 14, p. 173-183, Springer, New York City, United States, 2016, ISBN: 0018-1560.

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Jingshu Du; Wim Vanhaverbeke; Bart Leten

Exploring Open Innovation at the Level of Research Projects Recueil

Dans: Wim Vanhaverbeke Henry Chesbrough, Joel West (Ed.): New frontiers in open innovation, vol. Chapter 6, p. 115-134, Oxford University Press, Great Clarendon St, Oxford OX2 6DP, United Kingdom, 2014, ISBN: -.

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Wim Vanhaverbeke; Jingshu Du; Mark von Zedtwitz

Managing Open Innovation in Multinational Enterprises: Combining Open Innovation and R&D Globalization Literature Recueil

Dans: Tidd, Joe (Ed.): Open Innovation Research, Management and Practice, vol. Chapter 8, p. 213-233, Imperial College London Press, Covent Garden, London , UK, 2013, ISBN: -.

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Actes

Jingshu Du; Rene Belderbos; Bart Leten

Sequentiality and Simultaneity of Multiple Partners Collaboration in R&D Projects Inproceedings

Dans: of Management (AoM), Academy (Ed.): Academy of Management Best Paper Proceedings, Academy of Management (AoM) Academy of Management (AoM), Vancouver, Canada, 2020.

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Jingshu Du

Rethinking Competitive Advantage in Today's Strategic Management Inproceedings

Dans: Strategic Management Society (SMS), SMS Paris, France, 2019, ISBN: -.

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Jingshu Du

Rethinking Competitive Advantage in Today's Strategic Management Inproceedings

Dans: Academy of Management Proceedings, Boston, USA, 2019.

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Jingshu Du

Harnessing the Wisdom of the Crowd in the Evaluation of Innovative Ideas Inproceedings

Dans: Academy of Management Proceedings, Chicago, USA, 2018.

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Jingshu Du

Research Open Innovation at the R&D Project Level Inproceedings

Dans: International Society for Professional Innovation Management (ISPIM), International Society for Professional Innovation Management (ISPIM) International Society for Professional Innovation Management (ISPIM), Dublin, Ireland, 2014, ISBN: -.

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