Publications

Academic publications:

For citations see my Google scholar page.

– De Leeuw, T., & Keil, S. (2021). Combining Multiple Secondary Databases: An Empirical Evaluation of Different Matching Methods. In Press, Sociological Methods and Research. Impact Factor (5y): 5.58. Download the publication: Here

– De Man, A.P, Luvison, D, & De Leeuw, T. (2020). A Temporal View on the Academic-Practitioner Gap. In Press, Journal of Management Inquiry. Impact Factor (5y): 2.09. Download the publication: Here

– De Leeuw, T., Gilsing, V., & Duysters G. (2019). Greater Adaptivity or Greater Control?  Adaptation of IOR Portfolios in Response to Technological Change. Research Policy (48): 1586-1600. Impact Factor (5y): 7.07. Download the publication: Here or https://doi.org/10.1016/j.respol.2018.12.003 

– Kantola, J., Liu, Y., Peura, P., De Leeuw, T., Zhang, Y., Naaranoja, M., Segev, A., & Huisingh, D. (2018). Special Volume: Innovative Products and Services for Sustainable Societal Development. Amsterdam, The Netherlands. Elsevier, Journal of Cleaner Production. Impact Factor (5y): 6.35.  https://www.sciencedirect.com/journal/journal-of-cleaner-production/vol/162/suppl/S 

– Kantola, J., Liu, Y., Peura, P., De Leeuw, T., Zhang, Y., Naaranoja, M., Segev, A., & Huisingh, D. (2017). Innovative Products and Services for Sustainable Societal Development: Current reality, future potential, and challenges. Journal of Cleaner Production (162): 1-10. Impact Factor (5y): 6.35. Download the publication: Here or https://doi.org/10.1016/j.jclepro.2017.07.091

– De Leeuw, T., & Gössling, T. (2016). Theorizing Change Revisited: An Amended Process Model of Institutional Innovations and Changes in Institutional Fields. Journal of Cleaner Production (135): 435-448Impact Factor (5y): 6,21. Download the publication: Here or http://dx.doi.org/10.1016/j.jclepro.2016.06.119

– De Leeuw, T., & Keijl, S. (2016). Combining Firm-Level Secondary Data: Different Matching Methods Do Not Match. Academy of Management 2016 Conference best paper proceedings (Technology, Innovation and Management division). Download the publication: AoM-best-paper-2016 and the full paper: https://doi.org/10.5465/ambpp.2016.316

– Haans, R. F. J., De Leeuw, T., & Van den Born, A. (2016). Diversity’s Contingent Effects on Innovation and Opportunity Recognition: The Role of Entrepreneurial Self-Efficacy. Academy of Management 2016 Conference best paper proceedings (Entrepreneurschip division). Download the publication: AoM-best-paper-2016 and the full paper: https://doi.org/10.5465/ambpp.2016.172 

– De Leeuw, T., & Keijl, S. (2015). Research with Secondary Data: Different Matching Methods and is there a Difference? Academy of Management 2015 Conference best paper proceedings (Technology, Innovation and Management division). Download the publication: AoM-best-paper-2015 and the full paper: https://doi.org/10.5465/ambpp.2015.69

– Kantola, J., Liu, Y., Zhang, Y., Segev, A., De Leeuw, T., Naaranoja, M., & Peura, P. (2015). Innovative Products and Services for Sustainable Societal Development (CfP). Journal of Cleaner Production,(93): 1-4. Impact Factor (5y): 6.35. Download the publication: Here or http://dx.doi.org/10.1016/j.jclepro.2015.01.067 

– De Leeuw, T., Lokshin B., & Duysters, G. (2014). Returns to Alliance Portfolio Diversity: The Relative Effects of Partner Diversity on Firm’s Innovative Performance and Productivity. Journal of Business Research (67)9: 1839-1849. Impact Factor (5y): 3.69. (Dissertation paper). Download the publication: Here or http://dx.doi.org/10.1016/j.jbusres.2013.12.005 A presentation of this paper can be found here.

– Sabidussi, A., Lokshin, B., De Leeuw, T., Duysters, G., Bremmers, H., & Omta, O. (2014). A Comparative Perspective on External Technology Sourcing Modalities: The Role of Synergies. Journal of Engineering and Technology Management (33): 18–31. Impact Factor (5y): 3.21. Download the publication: Here or http://dx.doi.org/10.1016/j.jengtecman.2014.02.001

– De Leeuw, T., Knoben, J., Oerlemans, L. A. G., & Duysters, G. (2011). Alliance Portfolio Diversity and its Relations with Multiple Performance Dimensions. Journal of Wuhan University of Technology (Social Science Edition) (24)3: 315-322. Download the publication (in Chinese): Paper-APD-China or the journal here: http://www.oriprobe.com/journals/whlgdxxb-sk/2011_3.html


End stage working papers:

– Martinez D, De Leeuw T, Haefliger S. (2019). Unpacking Product Modularity and Innovation: The Case of R&D Teams. Under review, Journal of Product Innovation Management.

– De Leeuw, T., Lokshin, B., & Duysters, G. (2019). Constraints are Your Friends: Resource Constraints as a Moderator on the Relationship between Alliance Portfolio Diversity and Innovative Performance. Scheduled to be submitted to Journal of Management Studies.

– Martinez, D., De Leeuw, T., & Haefliger, S. (2020). Testing the Performance Effects of the Mirroring Hypothesis: The Effects of Alignment between Product Modularity and Team Interaction on Innovation in R&D Teams. Scheduled to be submitted to Research Policy.

– De Leeuw, T. (2020). Individual Inter-Organizational Relations and their Portfolio Diversity effects on Innovative Performance. Scheduled to be submitted to Journal of Management.

– Pouwels, I., & De Leeuw, T. (2020). Facilitating Inter-Organizational Cooperation: The Innovation Intermediary Role of Industry Associations. Scheduled to be to Journal of Business Research.

– Martinez, D., De Leeuw, T., & Haefliger, S. (2020). The Product Modularity Paradox: Collaboration and Innovation in Global R&D Teams. Scheduled to be submitted to Industrial and Corporate Change.

– Haans, R. F. J., De Leeuw, T., & Van Witteloostuijn, A. (2019). Diversity’s Contingent Effects on Innovation and Opportunity Recognition: The Role of Entrepreneurial Self-Efficacy. Will be submitted to Research Policy.


Dissertation/book:


– De Leeuw T. (2014). Collaboration and you : the performance implications and the antecedents of diversity in inter-organizational relations portfolios. Eindhoven: Technical University Eindhoven. ISBN: 978-90-8891-856-8. A managerial summery can be found here.


Conference proceedings and presentations:

2019:
– Martinez, D., De Leeuw, T., & Haefliger, S. (2019). The Product Modularity Paradox: Collaboration and Innovation in R&D Teams. Academy of Management (AoM) Proceedings, Boston, United States.

– Martinez, D., De Leeuw, T., & Haefliger, S. (2019). The two Mirrors of Modularity: Product Modularity and Innovation in R&D Teams. Academy of Management (AoM) Proceedings, Boston, United States.

2018:
– Martinez, D., De Leeuw, T., & Haefliger, S. (2018). The two Mirrors of Modularity. Product Modularity and Innovation in R&D Teams. RUID conference, in Denmark

2017:
– Martinez, D., De Leeuw, T., & Haefliger, S. (2017). Unpacking Product Modularity and Innovation: The case of R&D Teams. Academy of Management (AoM) Proceedings, Atlanta, United States.

– Martinez, D., De Leeuw, T., & Haefliger, S. (2017). Module Standardization, Reconfiguration and the Impact on Innovation in Global R&D Teams. Academy of Management (AoM) Proceedings, Atlanta, United States.

– Martinez, D., De Leeuw, T., & Haefliger, S. (2017). Unpacking Product Modularity and Innovation: The case of R&D Teams. RUID conference, in Denmark

2016:

– Key-note presentation: The Influence of Technological Change on the Portfolio Dynamics of Inter-Organizational Relationships. The International Conference on Innovation and Management (ICIM), Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia.

– Haans, R. F. J., De Leeuw, T., & Van den Born, A. (2016). Diversity’s Contingent Effects on Innovation and Opportunity Recognition: The Role of Entrepreneurial Self-Efficacy. Academy of Management (AoM) Proceedings, Anaheim, California, U.S.  

– Martinez, D., De Leeuw, T., & Haefliger, S. (2019). The Product Modularity Paradox: Collaboration and Innovation in R&D teams. International Conference on Innovation, Management and Industrial Engineering (IMIE 2016), Kurume, Japan.

– Haans, R. F. J., De Leeuw, T., & Van den Born, A. (2016). Diversity’s Contingent Effects on Innovation and Opportunity Recognition: The Role of Entrepreneurial Self-Efficacy. Swiss Innovation and Entrepreneurship Researchers Annual Winter Retreat (SwissSIER), Lauterbrunnen, Switzerland.

2015:
– De Leeuw, T., & Keijl, S. (2015). Combining Secondary Data: Different Matching Methods and Does it Matter. Academy of Management (AoM) Proceedings, Vancouver, Canada.

– Sneep, R., Mulotte, L., De Leeuw, T., & Duysters, G. (2015). The Effects of Knowledgebase Decomposability on Organizational Boundary Spanning Behavior. Academy of Management (AoM) Proceedings, Vancouver, Canada.

– Martinez, D., De Leeuw, T., & Haefliger, S. (2017). Unpacking Product Modularity and Innovation: The case of R&D teams. International conference on Innovation and Management (IAM), Sapporo, Japan

-Key-note presentation: Combining Secondary Data: Different Matching Methods and Does it Matter. Proceedings of the International Conference on Innovation and Management (ICIM), Wuhan, China.

–  De Leeuw, T., Duysters, G., & Gilsing, V. (2015). The Influence of Technological Change on the Portfolio Dynamics of Inter-Organizational Relationships. Swiss Innovation and Entrepreneurship Researchers Annual Winter Retreat (SwissSIER), Lauterbrunnen, Switzerland.

2014:
– De Leeuw, T., Duysters, G., & Gilsing, V. (2014). The Influence of Industry & Firm-specific Technological Turbulence on the Portfolio Dynamics of IORs. Academy of Management (AoM) Proceedings, Philadelphia, United States.

– De Leeuw, T., Lokshin, B., & Duysters, G. (2014). The Effects of Alliance Partner Diversity on Innovative and Financial Performance. Proceedings of the International Purchasing and Supply Education and Research Association, 2014, Pretoria, South Africa.

– Co-organizer of the International Conference on Innovation and Management (ICIM), Vaasa, Finland.

– De Leeuw, T., Podoynitsyna, K., Lokshin, B., & Duysters, G. (2014). Resource Constraints as a Moderator on the Relationship between Alliance Portfolio Diversity and Innovative Performance. Swiss Innovation and Entrepreneurship Researchers Annual Winter Retreat (SwissSIER), Lauterbrunnen, Switzerland.

2013:
– De Leeuw, T., Podoynitsyna, K., Lokshin, B., Duysters, G. (2013). Resource Constraints as a Moderator on the Relationship between Alliance Portfolio Diversity and Innovative Performance. Academy of Management (AoM) Proceedings, Orlando, United States.

– De Leeuw, T., Duysters, G., & Lokshin, B. (2013). Alliance Partner Diversity and multiple performance dimensions. Swiss Innovation and Entrepreneurship Researchers Annual Winter Retreat (SwissSIER), Lauterbrunnen, Switzerland.

– De Leeuw, T., Podoynitsyna, K., Lokshin, B., Duysters, G. (2013). Resource Constraints as a Moderator on the Relationship between Alliance Portfolio Diversity and Innovative Performance. Proceedings of the International Conference on Innovation and Management (ICIM), Sao Paulo, Brazil.

2012:
– De Leeuw, T., Lokshin, B., & Duysters, G. (2012). The Effects of Alliance Partner Diversity on Innovative and Financial Performance. Academy of Management (AOM) Proceedings, Boston, United States.

– Organized the International Conference on Innovation and Management (ICIM), Eindhoven, The Netherlands.

– Participant of the Swiss Innovation and Entrepreneurship Researchers Annual Winter Retreat (SwissSIER), Lauterbrunnen, Switzerland.

2011:
– Attended the Annual Meeting of the Academy of Management (AOM), San Antonio, United States.

– De Leeuw, T., Duysters, G., & Lokshin, B. (2011). Alliance Partner Diversity and Multiple Performance Dimensions. Proceedings of the International Conference on Innovation and Management (ICIM), Kitakyushu, Japan.

2010:
– De Leeuw, T., Knoben, J., Oerlemans, L. A. G, & Duysters, G. (2010). Alliance Portfolio Diversity and its Relations with Multiple Performance Dimensions. Proceedings of the International Conference on Innovation and Management (ICIM), Wuhan, China.