John Hagedoorn

Professorial Fellow

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  • John Hagedoorn
    INSTITUTE:
    UNU-MERIT
    OFFICE:
    Keizer Karelplein 19, 6211 TC, Maastricht, The Netherlands
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    PHONE:
    +31(0)43 3883823
    NATIONALITY:
    Netherlands

    Education

    Ph.D., Industrial Economics, University of Maastricht
    M.A., Economic Sociology and Political Economics (cum laude), University of Leiden

    Biographical Statement

    John Hagedoorn is Professor of Strategic Management at the Faculty of Economics and Business Administration of Maastricht University. He has a M.A. in economic sociology and political economics from the University of Leiden (cum laude) and a Ph.D. in industrial economics from the University of Maastricht. His professional experience ranges from policy research to academic research and from applied economics to management and international business studies. He worked for the Dutch research organisation TNO and is now Professor of Strategic Management at Maastricht University. John Hagedoorn is also a professorial fellow with the Maastricht Economic Research institute on Innovation and Technology (MERIT) the Centre for Strategy Studies (CSS) of the Department of Management Sciences at Maastricht University.

  • Peer-reviewed Journal Articles

    • Hagedoorn, John & G. Hesen, 2007, Contract law and the governance of inter-firm technology partnerships: An analysis of different modes of partnering and their contractual implications, Journal of Management Studies, 44:3, pp. 342-366
    • Hagedoorn, John & Nadine Roijakkers, 2006, Inter-firm R&D partnering in pharmaceutical biotechnology since 1975: trends, patterns, and networks, Research Policy, vol. 35 (3), pp. 431-446
    • Hagedoorn, John, Hans van Kranenburg & M. Cloodt, 2006, Mergers and acquisitions: their effect on the innovative performance of companies in high-tech industries, Research Policy, vol. 35 (5), pp. 642-654
    • Hagedoorn, John, Nadine Roijakkers & Hans van Kranenburg, 2006, Inter-firm R&D networks: the importance of strategic network capabilities for high-tech partnership formation, British Journal of Management, 17, pp. 39-53
    • Hagedoorn, John, 2006, Do alliances promote knowledge flows?, Journal of Financial Economics, 80, pp. 5-33
    • Hagedoorn, John, 2006, Understanding the cross-level embeddedness of inter-firm partnership formation, Academy of Management Review, 31, pp. 670-680
    • Gomes-Casseres, B, John Hagedoorn & A. Jaffe, 2006, Do alliances promote knowledge flows?, Journal of Financial Economics, 80:1, pp. 5-33
    • Hagedoorn, John, Nadine Roijakkers & Hans van Kranenburg, 2006, Inter-firm R&D networks: the importance of strategic network capabilities for high-tech partnership formation, British Journal of Management, 17, pp. 39-53
    • Hagedoorn, John, 2006, Do alliances promote knowledge flows?, Journal of Financial Economics, 80, pp. 5-33
    • Hagedoorn, John, 2006, Understanding the cross-level embeddedness of inter-firm partnership formation, Academy of Management Review, 31
    • Hagedoorn, John & Nadine Roijakkers, 2006, Inter-firm R&D partnering in pharmaceutical biotechnology since 1975: trends, patterns, and networks, Research Policy
    • Hagedoorn, John, 2006, Mergers and acquisitions: their effect on the innovative performance of companies in high-tech industries, Research Policy