Best Working Paper Award

The best working paper award is given out annually at the TIMES Business Meeting to the best working paper in technology management, product/process innovation, business model innovation, new product development, and entrepreneurship. A call for this award is posted in the TIMES Connect forum in spring of the same year. You must be a TIMES member to be eligible for this award. Please refer to the call in this link for further information on deadlines and criteria of eligibility. Please contact the TIMES Chair Elect if you have any questions.


2020

First Place: 
Sidika Tunc Candogan, Gizem Korpeoglu, Chris Tang. Team Collaboration in Innovation Contests

Second Place: 
Ming Hu, Yao Cui, Jingchen Liu. Values of Traceability in Supply Chains


2019

First Place: 
Wang, X., S.-H. Cho, A. Scheller-Wolf Green. Technology Development and Adoption: Competition, Regulation, and Uncertainty-A Global Game Approach

Second Place: 
Agrawal, V., B. Toktay, S. Yucel. Non-Ownership Business Models for Solar Energy

Finalists (tied in no particular order):

Singh, S., C. Kemerer, N. Ramasubbu. Dominant Design in Complex Assembled Digital Products: A Longitudinal Analysis of Television Components

Bhaskaran, S., S. Erzurumlu, K. Ramachandran. Sequential Product Development and Introduction by Cash-constrained Start-ups

van Angeren, J., A. Karunakaran. Impact of Platform Venture Capital Investments on the Introduction and Withdrawal of Complementary Products


2018

First Place: 

Panos Markou, Stelios Kavadias and Nektarios Oraiopoulos. Project Selection and Success in the Drug Development Process


Second Place: 
Ersin Korpeoglu, C. Gizem Korpeoglu and Isa Emin Hafalir. Contest among Contest Organizers

 

Finalists (tied in no particular order):

Tian Chan, Jurgen Mihm, Manuel Sosa. Revisiting the Role of Collaboration in Creating Breakthrough Inventions

Jiri Chod, Nikolaos Trichakis, Gerry Tsoukalas, Mark Weber. Blockchain and The Value of Operational Transparency for Supply Chain Finance

Morvarid Rahmani and Karthik Ramachandran. The Effect of Flexibility in Delegating Innovation