Über Innolabs.ch

Innolabs.ch ist eine Forschungs- und Lehrplattform des Lehrstuhls Prof. Dr. Reto Hofstetter der Universität Luzern. Sie dient der Erforschung von Innovations-Plattformen.
Kontakt: Prof. Dr. Reto Hofstetter

Publikationen & Medienpräsenz:

Borunda, A. (2019), Can you solve the plastics problem? New prize invites ideas., National Geographic.

Hofstetter, R., Nair, H., Misra, S. (2020), Can Open Innovation Survive? Imitation and Return on Originality in Crowdsourcing Creative Work (2020), Stanford University Graduate School of Business Research Paper No. 18-11. Available at SSRN: https://ssrn.com/abstract=3133158 or http://dx.doi.org/10.2139/ssrn.3133158

Hofstetter, R., Aryobsei, S., Herrmann, A. (2017), Rethinking Crowdsourcing: Social ties can skew results, Harvard Business Review (Magazine Article), November-December Issue, 2017.

Hofstetter, R., Zhang, J. Z., Herrmann, A. (2018), Successive open innovation contests and incentives: Winner‐take‐all or multiple prizes?. Journal of Product Innovation Management, 35(4), 492-517.

Hofstetter, R., Aryobsei, S., Herrmann, A. (2018), Should you really produce what consumers like online? Empirical evidence for reciprocal voting in open innovation contests. Journal of Product Innovation Management, 35(2), 209-229.

Hofstetter, R., Zhang, J. Z., Herrmann, A. (2017), The Hidden Pitfall of Innovation Prizes—Why winner-take-all prize structures increase churn among crowdsourcers, Harvard Business Review (Digital), November 27, 2017.

Ott, T., Christen, M., Niederberger, T., Aebersold, R., Aryobsei, S., Hofstetter, R (2015), A Semi-Supervised Learning System for Micro-Text Classification, Non-Linear Theory and its Applications (NOLTA), 6(4), 556-569.