Prof. Dr. Christina Raasch

Associate Professor for Digital Economy

Selected Presentations

Peer-Reviewed Conferences

2016

  • Preissner, S., Raasch, C. (2016), Disruption by users? - Analyzing the sources of historical breakthrough innovations, Academy of Management Conference.

2015

  • De Jong, J., Wu, C., Poldervaart, S., Raasch, C. (2015), A necessity perspective on innovation: Lead userness and individual innovative behavior, Open and User Innovation Conference.
  • Zaggl, M., Raasch, C. (2015), Conditions for private-collective innovation: The role of rivalry, excludability, and incentives, Academy of Management Conference.

2014

  • Schweisfurth, T., Raasch, C. (2014), Does it pay to be open? Firms, community-based innovation and value creation, Academy of Management Conference.
  • Schweisfurth, T., Raasch, C. (2014), Serving two masters? HowAcademy of Management Conference.
  • Preissner, S., Raasch, C. (2014), Exploring the functional sources of disruptive innovation, Open and User Innovation Conference.
  • Zaggl, M., Raasch, C. (2014), Exploring the contingencies of private-collective innovation – An agent-based model, DRUID Society Conference.
  • Zaggl, M., Raasch, C. (2014), A general model of intellectual property systems based on social norms, NYU Workshop on Medical User Innovation and Medical Commons.
  • Preissner, S., Raasch, C. (2014), Exploring the functional sources of disruptive innovation, International Product Development Management Conference (IPDMC).

2012

  • Von Hippel, E., Raasch, C. (2012), User-contested and user-complemented markets: Impacts on market outcomes and social welfare, DRUID Society Conference.
  • Grünewald, C., Raasch, C., Herstatt, C. (2012), Selective openness, fairness and the motivation to contribute to open source software development, DRUID Society Conference.
  • Schweisfurth, T., Raasch, C. (2012), Lead users as firm employees: How are they different and why does it matter?, Academy of Management Conference.

2011

  • Lee, V., Raasch, C., Herstatt, C., Späth, S. (2011), Open source innovation as a phenomenon-based research field, EURAM, Tallinn, June 2011.
  • Raasch, C. (2011), Modes of innovation and social welfare: A model and policy implications, Consortium for Competitiveness and Cooperation (CCC) Colloquium, Cambridge, USA, April 2011.

2010

  • Balka, K., Raasch, C., Herstatt, C. (2010), Open Source Innovation: A study of openness and community expectations, DIME Conference, Milano, April 2010.

2009

  • Raasch, C., Herstatt, C. (2009), Open design: Issues for the organization of innovation, EIASM Workshop on Information and Organization Design, Brussels, May 2009.
  • Raasch, C., Balka, K., Herstatt, C., Abdelkafi, N. (2009), The open source model – Beyond software, EURAM Conference, Liverpool, May 2009.
  • Balka, K., Raasch, C., Herstatt, C. (2009), Open Source beyond software: An empirical investigation of the open design phenomenon, RADMA conference, Vienna, June 2009.

2008

  • Raasch, C., Herstatt, C., Blecker, T., Abdelkafi, N. (2008), Open Source – Out of software? IPDMC, Hamburg, June/July  2008.

Invited talks given to managers and policy makers

  • Open innovation and technological breakthroughs – Some perspectives based on research at TUM. TUM 2014, 2016. (Talks given before foreign delegations visiting TUM)
  • Open and user innovation – How firms can benefit. TUM (2014). (Talk given before foreign delegations visiting TUM)
  • The “Live Case” Collaboration between Siemens and TUM School of Management, Siemens Competitive Intelligence Conference (2014).
  • Investigation of problems in the healthcare system: Findings from a survey, Tekes/Ministry for Employment and the Economy, Helsinki (2013).
  • Understanding the demand for openness. Innovation Lab, Massachusetts Institute of Technology, Cambridge (2011).
  • Finding potential “bottlenecks” YOU can build a platform upon (with Carliss Baldwin)  Innovation Lab, Massachusetts Institute of Technology, Cambridge (2010).