Willy Shih

Harvard Business School

Professor of Management Practice

Boston, MA 02163

United States

http://drfd.hbs.edu/fit/public/facultyInfo.do?facInfo=bio&facEmId=wshih

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Scholarly Papers (5)

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Bridging Science and Technology through Academic-Industry Partnerships

Harvard Business School Technology & Operations Mgt. Unit Working Paper No. 13-058
Number of pages: 35 Posted: 08 Jan 2013 Last Revised: 22 Jul 2014
Sen Chai and Willy Shih
Harvard Business School and Harvard Business School
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Abstract:

innovation, firm performance, public-private partnership funding, translational research, small and medium enterprises

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IP Modularity: Profiting from Innovation by Aligning Product Architecture with Intellectual Property

Harvard Business School Finance Working Paper No. 13-012, Harvard Business School Technology & Operations Mgt. Unit Working Paper No. 13-012
Number of pages: 25 Posted: 02 Aug 2012 Last Revised: 08 May 2013
TUM School of Management - Technische Universit√§t M√ľnchen (TUM), Harvard Business School, Finance Unit and Harvard Business School
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Abstract:

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

3.

Semiconductor Manufacturing International Company in 2011

Harvard Business School Technology & Operations Mgt. Unit Case No. 611-053
Posted: 13 Mar 2012
Willy Shih and Jia Cheng
Harvard Business School and affiliation not provided to SSRN

Abstract:

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Dongfeng Passenger Vehicle Company: Marketing Challenges for the 'Underprivileged Latecomer'

Harvard Business School Technology & Operations Mgt. Unit Case No. 612-029
Posted: 04 Feb 2012
Willy Shih and Nancy Dai
Harvard Business School and Harvard Business School, Asia Pacific Research Center

Abstract:

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Tokyo Electron Ltd.

HBS Case No. 609-096, Harvard Business School Technology & Operations Mgt. Unit
Posted: 24 Jun 2009
Willy Shih and Andrew A. King
Harvard Business School and Tuck School of Business at Dartmouth

Abstract: