Industrial and Corporate Change

(The TQCC of Industrial and Corporate Change is 5. The table below lists those papers that are above that threshold based on CrossRef citation counts [max. 250 papers]. The publications cover those that have been published in the past four years, i.e., from 2020-02-01 to 2024-02-01.)
The enabling technologies of industry 4.0: examining the seeds of the fourth industrial revolution68
Can self-regulation save digital platforms?47
Green windows of opportunity: latecomer development in the age of transformation toward sustainability44
Markets for data42
Is the fourth industrial revolution a continuation of the third industrial revolution or something new under the sun? Analyzing technological regimes using US patent data37
An evolutionary perspective on economic catch-up by latecomers31
Innovating Big Tech firms and competition policy: favoring dynamic over static competition30
Innovation, upgrading, and governance in cross-sectoral global value chains: the case of smartphones25
Automation, digitalization, and changes in occupational structures in the automobile industry in Germany, Japan, and the United States: a brief history from the early 1990s until 201824
China’s leadership in the hydropower sector: identifying green windows of opportunity for technological catch-up23
Ecosystems and competition law in theory and practice21
Regulating digital ecosystems: bridging the gap between competition policy and data protection20
Green technologies and firms’ market value: a micro-econometric analysis of European firms19
Catching up through green windows of opportunity in an era of technological transformation: Empirical evidence from the Chinese wind energy sector18
Regulating platforms and ecosystems: an introduction18
How data shape actor relations in artificial intelligence innovation systems: an empirical observation from China17
Sectoral systems of innovation in the era of the fourth industrial revolution: an introduction to the special section16
The knowledge spillover of innovation16
What’s good for the goose ain’t good for the gander: heterogeneous innovation capabilities and the performance effects of R&D16
How many firms benefit from a window of opportunity? Knowledge spillovers, industry characteristics, and catching up in the Chinese biomass power plant industry16
Demand-led catch-up: a history-friendly model of latecomer development in the global green economy14
Measuring the impacts of labor in the platform economy: new work created, old work reorganized, and value creation reconfigured14
Unscrambling the eggs: breaking up consummated mergers and dominant firms14
Economic impact of public R&D: an international perspective14
A close look at the contingencies of founders’ effect on venture performance14
From catching up to industrial leadership: towards an integrated market-technology perspective. An application of semantic patent-to-patent similarity in the wind and EV sector13
Patenting in 4IR technologies and firm performance13
Anatomy of the Italian occupational structure: concentrated power and distributed knowledge13
Innovation, governance, and capabilities: implications for competition policy13
The rise in inequality after pandemics: can fiscal support play a mitigating role?13
Catch-up dynamics in early industry lifecycle stages—a typology and comparative case studies in four clean-tech industries13
Technological regimes, patent growth, and catching-up in green technologies12
Agent-Based Covid economics (ABC): Assessing non-pharmaceutical interventions and macro-stabilization policies12
Taking uncertainty seriously: simplicity versus complexity in financial regulation12
Public policies and the art of catching up: matching the historical evidence with a multicountry agent-based model11
Beyond catch-up: could China become the global innovation powerhouse? China’s innovation progress and challenges from a holistic innovation perspective11
A perspective on the evolution of evolutionary economics11
Platform mergers and antitrust10
Assessing the Economic Impact of Lockdowns in Italy: A Computational Input–Output Approach10
Digital platforms and the transactions cost approach to competition law10
Catch-up and the entry strategies of latecomers: Chinese firms in the mobile phone sector9
Taste for science, academic boundary spanning, and inventive performance of scientists and engineers in industry9
Exploring new opportunities through collaboration within and beyond sectoral systems of innovation in thefourthindustrial revolution9
The impact of deunionization on the growth and dispersion of productivity and pay9
Local multipliers at work9
Personality characteristics and the decision to hire9
Competition law and digital ecosystems: Learning to walk before we run8
Information and communication technologies and firms’ export performance8
Innovation–diffusion, the economy and contemporary challenges: a comment8
Misallocation of scientific credit: the role of hierarchy and preferences. An extension of Lissoni et al. (2013)8
Firm innovation in Africa and Latin America: Heterogeneity and country context7
Business group persistence and institutional maturity: the role of management practices7
Catch up of complex products and systems: lessons from China’s high-speed rail sectoral system7
Deepening or delinking? Innovative capacity and global value chain participation in the IT industry7
Patterns of integration in global value chains and the changing structure of employment in Europe7
Social capital, resilience, and regional diversification in Italy7
Entrepreneurship and the firm: a conversation on foundations and prospects7
Sectoral patterns of collaborative tie formation: investigating geographic, cognitive, and technological dimensions6
Workers in the crowd: the labor market impact of the online platform economy6
Knowledge intermediation strategies: a dynamic capability perspective6
Learning in foreign and domestic value chains: the role of opportunities and capabilities6
The “sailing-ship effect” as a technological principle6
Micro-econometric analysis of innovative start-ups: the role of firm-specific factors and industry context in innovation propensity6
Pulled or pushed? The spatial diffusion of wind energy between local demand and supply6
R&D collaborations along the industry life cycle: the case of German photovoltaics manufacturer6
Structural change, productive development, and capital flows: does financial “bonanza” cause premature deindustrialization?6
Public procurement for innovation: firm-level evidence from Italy and Norway6
Academic spill-ins or spill-outs? Examining knowledge spillovers of university patents6
Corporate governance and R&D investment: the role of debt financing5
The causes of and responses to today’s inflation5
On “reasoned history”5
Business groups, institutions, and firm performance5
The role of institutions in the early entrepreneurial process5
Reconsidering macroeconomic policy prescriptions with meta-analysis5
Do not put eggs in one basket: related variety and export resilience in the post-crisis era5
The power of modularity today: 20 years of “Design Rules”5
When soft budget constraints promote innovation: Kornai meets Schumpeter in Japan5
Digital technologies, employment, and skills5
Impact of sourcing from the informal economy on the export likelihood and performance of emerging economy firms5
Reallocation and productivity during the Great Recession: evidence from French manufacturing firms5
Research, innovation, and bankruptcy: evidence from European manufacturing firms5