HenkelBaldwin2009modularity


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Henkel, J., & Baldwin, C. Y. (2009). Modularity for value appropriation: Drawing the boundaries of intellectual property. Harvard Business School Working Paper.

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Henkel, J. and Baldwin, C. Y. 2009. “Modularity for Value Appropriation: Drawing the Boundaries of Intellectual Property”, Harvard Business School Working Paper.

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@article{HenkelBaldwin2009modularity,
 type={Working Paper Series},
 title={{Modularity for Value Appropriation: Drawing the Boundaries of Intellectual Property}},
 author={Henkel, Joachim  and Baldwin, Carliss  Y.},
 journal={Harvard Business School Working Paper},
 year={2009},
 keywords={modularity, value appropriation, intellectual property, open innovation, design},
 location={http://ssrn.com/paper=1340445},
 language={English}
}

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The existing theory of modularity explains how modular designs create value. We extend this theory to address value appropriation. A product or process design that is modular with respect to intellectual property (IP) allows firms to better capture value in situations where knowledge and value creation are distributed across many actors. We use case vignettes to develop an inductive theory of “IP modularity,” from which we derive testable propositions and managerial implications.

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Modularity, value appropriation, intellectual property, open innovation, design

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