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Path-Creating Networks:

Path-Creating Networks: Innovating Next Generation Lithography in Germany and the U.S.

The semiconductor industry faces the challenge of overcoming the physical and economic limitations of current production systems and the path dependency of established technologies by creating new technological paths. Various actors who, at the same time, compete in markets and between regions can only achieve this through collective and cooperative efforts. This preparatory study is set to identify and analyze potential paths, key actors, existing constellations and appropriate research methods with the aim of developing a comprehensive research project in this field.

Sponsored by: VolkswagenStiftung, Hannover

Duration: 10/04 – 09/09 (pilot study: 08/03 - 11/03)

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Research Assistants
Jonas Spengler
jonas.spengler@tu-berlin.de
Blagoy Blagoev

Publications

Organising Collective Institutional Entrepreneurship for Path Creation and Extension. The Case of Next Generation Lithography
Citation key key060
Author Sydow, Jörg and Windeler, Arnold and Schubert, Cornelius and Möllering, Guido
Year 2006
Journal 22nd EGOS Colloquium, Bergen, Norway
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Working and Conference Papers

Organising Collective Institutional Entrepreneurship for Path Creation and Extension. The Case of Next Generation Lithography
Citation key key060
Author Sydow, Jörg and Windeler, Arnold and Schubert, Cornelius and Möllering, Guido
Year 2006
Journal 22nd EGOS Colloquium, Bergen, Norway
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List of Workshops


  • „Paths of Technological Development: Concepts and Empirical Results“, September 17-18th, 2007, participants are Dimitris Assimakopoulos (Grenoble Ecole de Management / LINC Lab), Ulrich Dolata (Research Centre for Sustainibility Studies), Raghu Garud (Smeal College of Business, Pennsylvania State University), Peter Karnøe (Copenhagen Business School), Andrew Nelson (Stanford University), Krsto Pandza (Leeds University Business School), Werner Rammert (Technical University Berlin), Arie Rip (University of Twente) Douglas Robinson (Twente), Philipp Tuertscher (University of St. Gallen) and Tyler Wry (University of Alberta School of Business) at the Freie Universität Berlin.
  • „Organising Paths – Paths of Organising“, November 3-4th, 2006, organized by the European Institute for Advanced Studies in Management (EIASM) at the Freie Universität Berlin.
  • „Measuring Path Dependency – The Social-Constructivist Challenge”, September 5-6th, 2005 at the Freie Universität Berlin

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