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    Title

    Innovation: The Academics' Perspectives

    Description

    This session will contain academic presentations, at any level of analysis, and on any aspect of entrepreneurship, innovation, finance, or investment. organization theory, investment, etc. Variance and phenomenological studies are encouraged. Qualitative, quantitative, or mixed methods approaches are all accepted. Academic domains of interest include strategic management, economics, leadership, innovation management, and all perspectives of organization theory (including organizational economics, cognition and interpretation, power and dependence, technology, learning, complexity and computation, institutions, networks, ecology, and evolution). At a minimum, submissions are expected to be at the level of working papers performed as part of any graduate degree program (i.e., masters, doctoral, and post-graduate). This work can include theoretical and applied research. ABSTRACT GUIDELINES: The abstract should stand on its own. There are two options for abstract content from which to choose: ○ Option 1 - Research Paper: The submitted abstract should include the following information, and not exceed one page (approximately 400-500 words): § What did the author do? What ideas, notions, hypotheses, concepts, theories or thoughts were investigated? § How did the author do the work? What data were generated and used? What was the origin of the data? How were data gathered? What tests, scales, indices, or summary measures were used? In other words, how was the analysis and/or synthesis done? § What were the conclusions and what were the significant findings? ○ Option 2 - Research Paper: The content of the research article abstract includes the following sections: § Research problem: Summarize your purpose and rationale (1 to 2 sentences) § Research questions: Explicitly state the research questions § Literature review: Identify the bodies of literature you consulted; Summarize the key points of the review § Methodology: Identify your study as qualitative, quantitative, critical, or mixed; Identify your study as case study, experiment, survey or other; Describe how you chose participants and how many you used; Describe how you chose your location and its type; Identify your method of data collection; Name your analysis techniques § Results and Conclusions: Summarize your answers to the research questions; Summarize the implications of your results (1 sentence); Summarize the limitations of your study (1 sentence); Summarize your suggested future research (1 sentence) ○ Option 3 - Case Studies: For case studies, the following sections could be briefly described in the abstract: § Background § Research Questions § Situating the case § Methodology § About the case § Conclusions It is recognized that some studies cannot readily be summarized in this way and require more descriptive abstracts. Do not use telegraphic phrases. Do not repeat information given in the title. Do not use abbreviations. The purpose of an abstract is to enable the abstract evaluation and paper selection committee to understand the essential hypothesis, method and findings of the research. If selected during the March meetings, the authors will be asked to submit an extended abstract to ken.davidian@gmail.com within 60 days, with the following content and format: ○ Total Page Length: 5-10 pages ○ Sections: Introduction/Background, Literature Review, Methods, Data, Results, Conclusions, Limitations, Future Research ○ Page Margins (Left, Right, Top, Bottom): 1 inch/2.5cm ○ Font Size: 12 point ○ Font Style: Times New Roman ○ Line Spacing: Double

    Date

    2019-10-24

    Time

    09:45

    Room

    152A

    IPC members
    • Co-Chair: Dr. Ken Davidian, Federal Aviation Administration Office of Commercial Space Transportation (FAA/AST), United States;

    • Co-Chair: Mrs. Claire Jolly, Organisation for Economic Co-operation and Development (OECD), France;

    papers

    Order

    Time

    Paper title

    Mode

    Presentation status

    Speaker

    Affiliation

    Country

    1

    09:45

    What is Commercial Space? And Why Does that Matter?

    13

    confirmed

    Dr. Bhavya Lal

    IDA Science and Technology Policy Institute

    United States

    2

    09:58

    analytical outlook of the commercial space industry for the last frontier: an entrepreneurial potential evaluation of the african space sector.

    13

    confirmed

    Mr. Oyedamola Asiyanbola

    Skolkovo Institute of Science and Technology

    Russian Federation

    3

    10:11

    Applying the Diamond Approach to the Competitiveness of the African Space Industry - A Case Study of Ghana

    13

    confirmed

    Mr. Kwaku Sumah

    Technical University of Munich

    Germany

    4

    10:24

    Finance and Investment needs of Space SMEs in Europe: a survey-based analysis

    13

    confirmed

    Mr. Lluc Diaz

    ESA

    The Netherlands

    5

    10:37

    How does New space accelerate managerial innovation. A sociological analysis of the “agile transformation” in the European space industry.

    13

    withdrawn

    Ms. Morgane Baladron

    Thales Alenia Space

    France

    6

    10:50

    Drivers and Barriers for Cross-Sectoral Collaboration between the Aerospace and the Security/Defence Sectors

    13

    confirmed

    Ms. Ntorina Antoni

    Eindhoven University of Technology

    The Netherlands

    7

    11:03

    The Effects Of Institutional Logics On Entrepreneurship In The Space Sector. The case of the Czech Republic

    13

    confirmed

    Dr. Christopher Vasko

    European Space Agency (ESA)

    France

    8

    11:16

    Research on the Development Path of Aerospace Industry Based on Business Model Innovation

    13

    confirmed

    Dr. Wenyi CAI

    China Academy of Launch Vehicle Technology(CALT)

    China

    9

    11:29

    Enablers, Equippers, Shapers and Movers: A Typology of Innovation Intermediaries Interventions and the Development of an Emergent Innovation System

    13

    confirmed

    Mr. Matjaz Vidmar

    The University of Edinburgh

    United Kingdom

    10

    11:42

    reflections on the development of the indonesian space industry

    13

    confirmed

    Mrs. Yunita Permatasari

    LAPAN, National Institute of Aeronautics and Space, Indonesia

    Indonesia

    11

    11:55

    Fostering Creativity and Innovation within Science and Technology Teams

    13

    confirmed

    Ms. Crystal Forrester

    Defence Science and Technology Group (DST Group)

    Australia

    12

    12:08

    Why Solve NASA Open Innovation Challenges? An analysis of solver motivations from NASA’s Astrobee Challenge Series

    13

    confirmed

    Ms. Lihui Lydia Zhang

    Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT)

    United States

    13

    12:21

    Does only innovation stimulates New Space?

    13

    confirmed

    Dr. Dirk-Roger Schmitt

    DLR (German Aerospace Center)

    Germany