Hamdy Abdelaty

Hamdy Abdelaty
Freie Universität Berlin | FUB · Department of Management

Doctor of Business Administration

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Citations since 2016
11 Research Items
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April 2016 - March 2019
Freie Universität Berlin
Position
  • PhD Student
April 2016 - April 2019
Freie Universität Berlin
Position
  • PhD Student

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Publications (11)
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The Nationally Determined Contribution (NDC) refers to a country's climate action plan to limit greenhouse gas (GHG) emissions and adapt to climate change hazards. Egypt submitted its Intended NDC in 2015 and released its first updated NDC in June 2022. This paper assesses the two submissions according to the mitigation ambition level, comprehensiv...
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While small- and medium-sized enterprises (SMEs) are always observed to introduce different types of innovation simultaneously, the performance implications of simultaneous innovation practices remain under-researched in the literature. This paper thus explores the combined use of six types of innovation and examines complementarity/substitutabilit...
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R&D capacity is claimed to be a stimulant for open innovation. We argue that after a specific level of R&D investment, firms diminish their external innovation collaboration due to the risk of knowledge imitation and unwanted spillovers, which generates a concave relationship between the two variables. This concave relationship can be flattened if...
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The open innovation model spurred considerable research endeavours in scrutinizing how openness toward external sources of knowledge influences firms’ innovation performance. We argue that external sources are heterogonous concerning their knowledge novelty and knowledge accessibility. Accordingly, firms have to consider those two aspects when choo...
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little is known about the dynamic of open innovation over time due to the shortage of studies based on longitudinal data. We address this gap from the lens of organizational learning theory. Firstly, do firms move to adopt more open innovation strategy through time? secondly does practising open innovation strategy at year t stimulate adopting open...
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Open innovation OI is currently widely recognised as a relevant strategy that levers firms' innovation capabilities in western developed economies. This paper seeks to test the validity of this conclusion in emerging markets and question the impact of open innovation on multiple types of innovation. We operationalised the third wave of Egyptian com...
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The inauguration of open innovation (OI) fuelled the debate around how new ideas come to organisations. After all, there seems to be a general agreement on the phenomenon that openness toward external sources of knowledge grows increasingly on the firm level. This conclusion is not rigorously constructed based on longitudinal studies on this resear...
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Sources of innovation have been a widely discussed topic over the last decades. Exploring new paradigms like open innovation heated up the debate around that topic and the research community tried to define the different ways how new ideas come to organizations. After all, there seems to be a general agreement on the phenomenon that opening up to e...
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Results of firms innovation performance in Egypt based on data extracted from the national innovation survey

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Das Gesamtziel des Projekts MEIS-SME ist, (I) das Innovationsverhalten der ägyptischen klein- und mittelständigen Unternehmen (KMU) zu analysieren und zu beschreiben, um (II) darauf aufbauend einen Werkzeugkasten innovationsorientierter KMU-Politiken zu entwickeln.