Joern Hoppmann
Joern Hoppmann
Professor of Management, University of Oldenburg; Research Affiliate, ETH Zurich
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The economic viability of battery storage for residential solar photovoltaic systems–A review and a simulation model
J Hoppmann, J Volland, TS Schmidt, VH Hoffmann
Renewable and Sustainable Energy Reviews 39, 1101-1118, 2014
4172014
Compulsive policy-making—The evolution of the German feed-in tariff system for solar photovoltaic power
J Hoppmann, J Huenteler, B Girod
Research Policy 43 (8), 1422-1441, 2014
2742014
The two faces of market support—How deployment policies affect technological exploration and exploitation in the solar photovoltaic industry
J Hoppmann, M Peters, M Schneider, VH Hoffmann
Research Policy 42 (4), 989-1003, 2013
2082013
A framework for organizing lean product development
J Hoppmann, E Rebentisch, U Dombrowski, T Zahn
Engineering Management Journal 23 (1), 3-15, 2011
199*2011
The Role of Deployment Policies in Fostering Innovation for Clean Energy Technologies Insights From the Solar Photovoltaic Industry
J Hoppmann
Business & Society 54 (4), 540-558, 2015
212015
Boards as a source of inertia: Examining the internal challenges and dynamics of boards of directors in times of environmental discontinuities
J Hoppmann, F Naegele, B Girod
Academy of Management Journal 62 (2), 437-468, 2019
202019
The Role of Interfirm Knowledge Spillovers for Innovation in Mass-Produced Environmental Technologies: Evidence from the Solar Photovoltaic Industry
J Hoppmann
Organization & Environment, 1086026616680683, 2016
14*2016
With a little help from a stranger: The impact of external change agents on corporate sustainability investments
J Hoppmann, A Sakhel, M Richert
Business Strategy and the Environment 27 (7), 1052-1066, 2018
122018
Leaders or laggards? The evolution of electric utilities’ business portfolios during the energy transition
F Frei, SR Sinsel, A Hanafy, J Hoppmann
Energy Policy 120, 655-665, 2018
122018
Hybrid ambidexterity: How the environment shapes incumbents' use of structural and contextual approaches
J Ossenbrink, J Hoppmann, VH Hoffmann
Organization Science, 2019
112019
The double impact of institutions: Institutional spillovers and entrepreneurial activity in the solar photovoltaic industry
J Hoppmann, B Vermeer
Journal of Business Venturing 35 (3), 105960, 2020
12020
Can designs inspired by control theory keep deployment policies effective and cost-efficient as technology prices fall?
A Nuñez-Jimenez, C Knoeri, J Hoppmann, VH Hoffmann
Environmental Research Letters 15 (4), 044002, 2020
12020
The Impact of Demand-Pull and Technology-Push Policies on Firms’ Knowledge Search
J Hoppmann, G Wu
Academy of Management Proceedings 2018 (1), 11601, 2018
12018
Organizational Strategies and Innovation toward Sustainability: A Behavioral Perspective
J Hoppmann
ETH Zurich, 2018
12018
Not My Business: How Cognitive Frames and Role Identities Influence Corporate Sustainability
M Richert, J Hoppmann, T Busch
Academy of Management Proceedings 2017 (1), 15212, 2017
12017
Unblocking Bottlenecks in Nascent Innovation Ecosystems: How Bottlenecks Impact Firm Collaboration
AK Zobel, J Hoppmann, AN Jiménez
Academy of Management Proceedings 2017 (1), 13336, 2017
12017
How Technological Frames and Focus Co-Evolve with the Organizational Environment
J Hoppmann, LD Anadon, V Narayanamurti
Academy of Management Proceedings 2014 (1), 10665, 2014
12014
Why matter matters: How technology characteristics shape the strategic framing of technologies
J Hoppmann, LD Anadon, V Narayanamurti
Research Policy 49 (1), 103882, 2020
2020
The Impact of Demand-Side Policies on Firms' Balance between Exploration and Exploitation Alliances
J Hoppmann, H Choi, M Mauter
Academy of Management Proceedings 2018 (1), 11594, 2018
2018
Opportunity Incorporated? Organizational identity perception in an incumbent facing change
F Frei, AB Haney, J Hoppmann
Academy of Management Proceedings 2018 (1), 10332, 2018
2018
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