Journal Publications

Melnychuk, T., Schultz, C. and Wirsich, A. (2021). The effects of university–industry collaboration in preclinical research on pharmaceutical firms’ R&D performance: Absorptive capacity’s role. Journal of Product Innovation Management


Practitioner Journal Articles

Melnychuk, T., Galke, L., Seidlmayer, E., Förstner, K. U., Tochtermann, K., Schultz. C. (2021). Früherkennung wissenschaftlicher Konvergenz im Hochschulmanagement. Hochschulmanagement 16(1): 24-28.


Conference Presentations and Proceedings

Melnychuk, T., Schultz, C. (2021). Effects of degree of interdisciplinarity on firms’ technological novelty: The moderating role of collaborations with universities and market participants, scientific absorptive capacity and financial performance. 28th Innovation and Product Development Management Conference.

Melnychuk, T., Laufs, D., Schultz, C. (2020). How the degree of interdisciplinarity determines R&D performance: The moderating effects of team diversity and knowledge base diversity. 27th Innovation and Product Development Management Conference.

Galke, L., Melnychuk, T., Seidlmayer, E., Trog, S., Förstner, K. U., Schultz, C. & Tochtermann, K., (2019). Inductive Learning of Concept Representations from Library-Scale Bibliographic Corpora. In: David, K., Geihs, K., Lange, M. & Stumme, G. (Hrsg.), INFORMATIK 2019: 50 Jahre Gesellschaft für Informatik – Informatik für Gesellschaft. Bonn: Gesellschaft für Informatik e.V.. (S. 219-232). DOI: 10.18420/inf2019_26

Melnychuk, T., Wirsich A., Schultz, C. (2019). Effects of university-industry collaborations in basic research on different stages of pharmaceutical new product development. 26th Innovation and Product Development Management Conference.

Melnychuk, T., Galke, L., Seidlmayer, E., Wustmans, M., Tochtermann, K., Förstner, K., Bröring, S., Schultz, C. (2019). Analyzing scientific dynamics – Does machine learning help to predict scientific convergence based on bibliographic data? R&D Management Conference 2019: The Innovation Challenge: Bridging Research, Industry and Society.