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Claudia Doblinger

Claudia Doblinger
Technical University of Munich · TUM Campus Straubing for Biotechnology and Sustainability

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18 Research Items
333 Citations
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Additional affiliations
October 2018 - present
Technical University of Munich
Position
  • Professor (Assistant)
December 2016 - September 2018
Maschinenfabrik Reinhausen
Position
  • Project Manager
July 2015 - December 2016
Universität Regensburg
Position
  • Akademische Rätin a.Z.

Publications

Publications (25)
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Background Climate change is the 21st century’s greatest threat to health. Anaesthesia is responsible for high levels of waste production, significant greenhouse gas emissions and extensive energy consumption. Our aim was to design an instrument to assess attitudes and knowledge among anaesthetists as well as their organization’s readiness for chan...
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Clean energy technologies are important for meeting long-term climate and competitiveness goals. But clean energy industries are part of global value chains (GVCs), where past manufacturing shifts from developed to emerging economies have raised questions on a decline in long-term innovation. Our research centers on how geographic shifts in the GVC...
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A key question confronting policy makers during economic crises is how they can support firms to maintain their performance levels until the economic storm has passed. The present study bridges insights from the ambidexterity and public policy literatures to examine how firm-internal responses (that is, ambidexterity) and external public policy inc...
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Telemedicine innovation is important for accelerating the digital transformation of the health care sector. However, telemedicine is a discontinuous digital innovation, and incumbent health care organizations are lagging in its adoption. We combine research on IT innovation adoption and discontinuous innovation to study the relative role of two dri...
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Wind energy can contribute to national climate, energy and economic goals by expanding clean energy and supporting economies through new manufacturing industries. However, the mechanisms for achieving these interlinked goals are not well understood. Here we analyse the wind energy manufacturing global value chain, using a dataset on 389 component s...
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Innovation to reduce the cost of clean technologies has large environmental and societal benefits. Governments can play an important role in helping cleantech startups innovate and overcome risks involved in technology development. Here we examine the impact of the US Advanced Research Projects Agency-Energy (ARPA-E) on two outcomes for startup com...
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Startups funded by the US Advanced Research Projects Agency – Energy filed patents at twice the rate of similar cleantech firms. The high-risk high-reward funding model has succeeded in advancing energy technology, but more is needed to help these innovative firms cross the valley of death and bring new cleantech products to market. Federal R&D fun...
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Accelerating innovation in clean energy technologies is a policy priority for governments around the world aiming to mitigate climate change and to provide affordable energy. Most research has focused on the role of governments financing R&D and steering market demand, but there is a more limited understanding of the role of direct government inter...
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Drawing on a resource-based view (RBV), this paper analyzes the effect of public R&D funding as a financial resource on firm-level R&D performance. The panel regression analysis focuses on the German renewable energy sector and is based on 206 publicly granted R&D projects with a volume of 235 Mio €, approx. 3900 patents and 8500 patent citation da...
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This study extends theory on the effects of public policies stimulating technology demand and of industry network ties on firm-level entrepreneurial behaviour. We take an institutional perspective to develop a theoretical model examining the mechanisms through which public policies, regulatory uncertainty, and industry network ties affect firm-leve...
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This paper examines the transfer of a particular kind of knowledge: strategic planning competencies in subsidiaries of multinational companies (MNCs) in China. We develop an integrative research model on the facilitators of intra-organisational knowledge transfer between the MNC parent and their subsidiaries. To test our hypotheses, we draw on data...
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This paper examines the impact of demand-pull policies and regulatory uncertainty on the propensity of firms to engage in exploratory or exploitative innovation. I take an institutional perspective to analyze the precise mechanism of the underlying institutional inducement and distinguish between the impacts on firms with high and low entrepreneuri...
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This paper uses the theoretical perspectives of disruptive innovation, network externalities, and regulation to study the submarket strategies of incumbent firms that operate in a regulated network industry. In this setting, the impact of potentially disruptive innovations might be different because of the tighter regulation of incumbent firms. By...
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This paper studies the impact of public policies on the entrepreneurial behavior and innovative activities of firms in the German renewable energy industry. We take an institutional perspective and analyze the impact of such regulative institutions, as well as of normative institutions by focusing on the relative embeddedness of firms in industry n...
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We study the contribution of environmental groups to new technology adoption and diffusion by dominant incumbents. Building on institutional and social movement theory, we develop a theoretical framework that sheds light on environmental groups as change-actors. We theorize that by approaching embedded key constituents with various strategic action...

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