All the articles extracted from my Master Thesis quote the following publications:

Abbasi, A., Hossain, L., & Leydesdorff, L. (2012). Betweenness centrality as a driver of preferential attachment in the evolution of research collaboration networks. Journal of Informetrics, 6(3), 403-412.

Ahuja, G. (2000). Collaboration networks, structural holes, and innovation: A longitudinal study. Administrative science quarterly, 45(3), 425-455.

“Ahuja, G. (2000). Collaboration networks, structural holes, and innovation: A longitudinal study. Administrative science quarterly, 45(3), 425-455. ISO 690”

Ahuja, G. (2000). The duality of collaboration: Inducements and opportunities in the formation of interfirm linkages. Strategic management journal, 21(3), 317-343.

Alavi, M., & Leidner, D. E. (2001). Knowledge management and knowledge management systems: Conceptual foundations and research issues. MIS quarterly, 107-136.

Albinsson, L., Curtin, G., Forsgren, O., & Wall, M. (2008). Creating and sustaining successful knowledge management in purposeful communities‐summary of key experiences from pioneers. Systems Research and Behavioral Science: The Official Journal of the International Federation for Systems Research, 25(5), 615-626.

Archibugi, D., & Coco, A. (2004). International partnerships for knowledge in business and academia: A comparison between Europe and the USA. Technovation, 24(7), 517-528.

Barabási, A. L. (2003). Linked: The new science of networks.

Barabási, A. L. (2009). Scale-free networks: a decade and beyond. science, 325(5939), 412-413.

Barabási, A. L., & Bonabeau, E. (2003). Scale-free networks. Scientific american, 288(5), 60-69.

Bean, R. (2018). How Big Data and AI are driving business innovation in 2018. MIT Sloan Management Review.

Bean, R., & Davenport, T. H. (2019). Companies are failing in their efforts to become data-driven. Harv. Bus. Rev., no.

Bessant, J., & Tsekouras, G. (2001). Developing learning networks. Ai & Society, 15(1-2), 82-98.

Bloodgood, J. M. (2019). Knowledge acquisition and firm competitiveness: The role of complements and knowledge source. Journal of Knowledge Management.

Borgatti, S. P. (2005). Centrality and network flow. Social networks, 27(1), 55-71.

Bradley, K. (1997). Intellectual capital and the new wealth of nations. Business Strategy Review, 8(1), 53-62.

Caloghirou, Y., Ioannides, S., Vonortas, N.S., 2003. Research joint ventures: a critical survey of theoretical and empirical literature. Journal of Economic Surveys 17 (4), 541–570.

Camarinha-Matos, L. M., & Afsarmanesh, H. (2007). Results assessment and impact creation in collaborative research—An example from the ECOLEAD project. Technovation, 27(1-2), 65-77.

Carneiro, A. (2000). How does knowledge management influence innovation and competitiveness?. Journal of knowledge management.

Cooke, P. (2001). Regional innovation systems, clusters, and the knowledge economy. Industrial and corporate change, 10(4), 945-974.

Davenport, T. H., & Bean, R. (2018). Big companies are embracing analytics, but most still don’t have a data-driven culture. Harvard Business Review, 6.

“Davenport, T. H., & Bean, R. (2018). Big companies are embracing analytics, but most still don’t have a data-driven culture. Harvard Business Review, 6. ISO 690”

Davenport, T. H., & Prusak, L. (1998). Working knowledge: How organizations manage what they know. Harvard Business Press.

Davenport, T. H., De Long, D. W., & Beers, M. C. (1998). Successful knowledge management projects. Sloan management review, 39(2), 43-57.

Derrible, S. (2012). Network centrality of metro systems. PloS one, 7(7), e40575.

Economist, T. (2017). Data is giving rise to a new economy. The Economist, 5.

“Economist, T. (2017). The world’s most valuable resource is no longer oil, but data. The Economist: New York, NY, USA. ISO 690”

Etzkowitz, H. (et al.) 2000. The Future of the University and the University of the Future: Evolution of Ivory Tower to Entrepreneurial Paradigm. Research Policy 29(2): 313-330.

Govindarajan, V., Rajgopal, S., & Srivastava, A. (2018). Why financial statements don’t work for digital companies. Harvard Business Review, 2-6.

Govindarajan, V., Rajgopal, S., & Srivastava, A. (2018). Why we need to update financial reporting for the digital era. Harvard Business Review, 8.

Granovetter, M. S. (1977). The strength of weak ties. In Social networks (pp. 347-367). Academic Press.

Grant, R. M. (1996). Toward a knowledge‐based theory of the firm. Strategic management journal, 17(S2), 109-122.

Grant, R. M., & Baden‐Fuller, C. (2004). A knowledge accessing theory of strategic alliances. Journal of management studies, 41(1), 61-84.

“Hansen, M. T. (1999). The search-transfer problem: The role of weak ties in sharing knowledge across organization subunits. Administrative science quarterly, 44(1), 82-111. ISO 690”

Hussler, C., & Rondé, P. (2007). The impact of cognitive communities on the diffusion of academic knowledge: Evidence from the networks of inventors of a French university. Research Policy, 36(2), 288-302.

Ibarra, H., & Andrews, S. B. (1993). Power, social influence, and sense making: Effects of network centrality and proximity on employee perceptions. Administrative science quarterly, 277-303.

Inkpen, A. C., & Tsang, E. W. (2005). Social capital, networks, and knowledge transfer. Academy of management review, 30(1), 146-165.

Jackson, M. O. (2005). The economics of social networks.

Keeble, D., & Wilkinson, F. (1999). Collective learning and knowledge development in the evolution of regional clusters of high technology SMEs in Europe. Regional studies, 33(4), 295-303.

Kiely, J. A., & Armistead, C. (2005). Regional learning networks: the reality. Knowledge and Process Management, 12(4), 237-246.

Kochan, T., Bezrukova, K., Ely, R., Jackson, S., Joshi, A., Jehn, K., … & Thomas, D. (2003). The effects of diversity on business performance: Report of the diversity research network. Human Resource Management: Published in Cooperation with the School of Business Administration, The University of Michigan and in alliance with the Society of Human Resources Management, 42(1), 3-21.

La Torre, M., Botes, V. L., Dumay, J., Rea, M. A., & Odendaal, E. (2018). The fall and rise of intellectual capital accounting: new prospects from the Big Data revolution. Meditari accountancy research.

Lepori, B., Reale, E., & Larédo, P. (2014). Logics of integration and actors’ strategies in European joint programs. Research Policy, 43(2), 391-402.

Mindruta, D. (2013). Value creation in university‐firm research collaborations: A matching approach. Strategic management journal, 34(6), 644-665.

Narula, R., & Martínez-Noya, A. (2015). International R&D alliances by firms: origins and development. The handbook of global science, technology, and innovation, 144-170.

Nedeva, M. (2013). Between the global and the national: Organising European science. Research Policy, 42(1), 220-230.

“Newman, M. E. (2001). Scientific collaboration networks. II. Shortest paths, weighted networks, and centrality. Physical review E, 64(1), 016132. ISO 690”

Nonaka, I. (1994). A dynamic theory of organizational knowledge creation. Organization science, 5(1), 14-37.

Nonaka, I., & Konno, N. (1998). The concept of “Ba”: Building a foundation for knowledge creation. California management review, 40(3), 40-54.

Nonaka, I., & Takeuchi, H. (1995). The knowledge-creating company: How Japanese companies create the dynamics of innovation, Chapter 4. Oxford university press.

Powell, W. W., & Grodal, S. (2005). Networks of innovators. The Oxford handbook of innovation, 78.

Powell, W. W., & Snellman, K. (2004). The knowledge economy. Annu. Rev. Sociol., 30, 199-220.

Ratcheva, V. (2009). Integrating diverse knowledge through boundary spanning processes–The case of multidisciplinary project teams. International Journal of Project Management, 27(3), 206-215.

Renee Boucher Ferguson (2013). How Data is Influencing Big Companies. MIT Sloan Review,

Revilla, E., Sarkis, J., & Acosta, J. (2005). Towards a knowledge management and learning taxonomy for research joint ventures. Technovation, 25(11), 1307-1316.

Rodan, S., & Galunic, C. (2004). More than network structure: How knowledge heterogeneity influences managerial performance and innovativeness. Strategic management journal, 25(6), 541-562.

Rubenstein-Montano, B., Liebowitz, J., Buchwalter, J., McCaw, D., Newman, B., Rebeck, K., & Team, T. K. M. M. (2001). A systems thinking framework for knowledge management. Decision support systems, 31(1), 5-16.

“Santos, V. R., Soares, A. L., & Carvalho, J. Á. (2012). Knowledge sharing barriers in complex research and development projects: an exploratory study on the perceptions of project managers. Knowledge and Process Management, 19(1), 27-38. ISO 690”

Schiuma, G., Andreeva, T., & Kianto, A. (2012). Does knowledge management really matter? Linking knowledge management practices, competitiveness and economic performance. Journal of knowledge management.

Singh, S. K., Gupta, S., Busso, D., & Kamboj, S. (2019). Top management knowledge value, knowledge sharing practices, open innovation and organizational performance. Journal of Business Research.

Sorenson, O., Rivkin, J. W., & Fleming, L. (2006). Complexity, networks and knowledge flow. Research policy, 35(7), 994-1017.

Svetlik, I., Stavrou‐Costea, E., & Lin, H. F. (2007). Knowledge sharing and firm innovation capability: an empirical study. International Journal of manpower.

Tijssen, R. J., & Van Wijk, E. (1999). In search of the European Paradox: an international comparison of Europe’s scientific performance and knowledge flows in information and communication technologies research. Research policy, 28(5), 519-543.

Valente, T. W., Coronges, K., Lakon, C., & Costenbader, E. (2008). How correlated are network centrality measures?. Connections (Toronto, Ont.), 28(1), 16.

“Vonortas, N. S., & Spivack, R. N. (2006). Managing large research partnerships: Examples from the Advanced Technology Program’s Information Infrastructure for Healthcare program. Technovation, 26(10), 1101-1110. ISO 690”

Wagner, C. S., & Leydesdorff, L. (2005). Network structure, self-organization, and the growth of international collaboration in science. Research policy, 34(10), 1608-1618.

“Wang, J. (2016). Knowledge creation in collaboration networks: Effects of tie configuration. Research Policy, 45(1), 68-80. ISO 690”

Weck, M. (2006). Knowledge creation and exploitation in collaborative R&D projects: lessons learned on success factors. Knowledge and Process Management, 13(4), 252-263.

Winter, M., Smith, C., Morris, P., & Cicmil, S. (2006). Directions for future research in project management: The main findings of a UK government-funded research network. International journal of project management, 24(8), 638-649.