Selected Research

* “The Ecology of Crowdfunding: Global Bias Welcome in the Geography of Investments”, Villarroel J.A., Onofre D.

– In Proceedings of the Academy of Management Annual Meeting 2013. Orlando, Florida, USA, August, 2013.

* “Crowdsourcing Corporate Innovation:  Bridging Knowledge Silos of the Multi-Business Firm”, Villarroel J.A., Reis F.

– In Proceedings of the Academy of Management Annual Meeting 2012. Boston, Massachusetts, USA, August, 2012.

* “A Stock Market approach to Online Distributed Innovation : The tradeoff between speculation and innovation performance“, Villarroel J.A., Reis F.

– ACM Conference on Electronic Commerce 2011, Workshop on Social Computing and User Generated Content.  San Jose, California, USA.  June 5, 2011.

* “Intra-Corporate Crowdsourcing ( ICC ) : Leveraging rank and site marginality for innovation”, Villarroel J.A., Reis F.

– CrowdConf 2010, The World’s First Conference on the Future of Distributed Work.  San Francisco, California, USA, October 4, 2010.

– 8th Annual International Open and User Innovation Workshop” (MIT Sloan, Cambridge, Massachusetts, USA, August 3, 2010.

* “A Stock Market for Innovation (SMI) : Unveiling the effects of gambling behavior on innovation performance”, Villarroel J.A., Reis F.

– In Proceedings of Informatik 2010,  Service Science – Neue Perspektiven für die Informatik, ISBN 978-3-88579-269-7. Leipzig, Germany, Sep 27-Oct 1, 2010.

* “Competitive advantage from knowledge brokering in distributed innovation”.  Villarroel J.A., Taylor J.E., Tucci C.L.

– In Proceedings of the Strategic Management Society International Conference.   Rome, Italy, September 12-15, 2010.

* “Open Source Corporate Strategy:  Motivating firm-sponsored online collective work”, Villarroel J.A., Tucci C.L.

– In Proceedings of the Academy of Management Annual Meeting 2009.   Chicago, Illinois, USA, August 7-11, 2009.

– A version of this article,  studying motivation in crowdlabor markets — specifically Amazon Mechanical Turk —,  is available as MIT Sloan research paper No. 4767-10:  http://papers.ssrn.com/sol3/papers.cfm?abstract_id=1536209

* “Performance implications of knowledge brokering in open source Communities of Practice”, Villarroel J.A., Taylor J.E.

– In Proceedings of the Academy of Management Annual Meeting 2008. Anaheim, California, USA, August 8-13, 2008.

* “Managing competing Communities of Practice: The impact of open source and knowledge-bridging on system-level learning”, Villarroel J.A., Taylor J.E.

– In Proc. North American Association for Computational Social and Organization Sciences (NAACSOS), Emory University, June 2007.  Winner, Best Paper Award.

* “An agent-based approach to examine the ‘network knowledge advantage’ in open innovation networks:  Firm openness and interorganizational network performance”, Villarroel J.A., Taylor J.E.

– In Proceedings Agent Conference, University of Chicago, Sep. 2006.

* “Simulating learning in interorganizational networks: The insidious role of task interdependence and relational instability in system-level learning”, with Taylor J.E, Levitt R.

– In Proceedings NAACSOS Conference, University of Notre Dame, June 2006. Winner, Best Paper Award.

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