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Bibliographie Lead-User

Bécheur, A., and Gollety, M. (2007). Lead user et leader d’opinion: deux cibles majeures au service de l’innovation. Décisions marketing 48 (4), 21-34.

Belz, F.M. and Bombach, W. (2010). Netnography as a Method for Lead User Identification. Creativity and Innovation Management 19 (3), 304-313.

Bilgram, V., Brem, A. and Voigt, K.I. (2008). User-centric innovations in new product development-systematic identification of lead users harnessing interactive and collaborative online-tools. International Journal of Innovation Management 12 (3), 419-458.

Franke, N., and Shah, S. (2003). How communities support innovative activities: an exploration of assistance and sharing among end-users. Research Policy 32 (1), 157-178.

Franke, N., Von Hippel, E., and Schreier, M. (2006). Finding commercially attractive user innovations: a test of lead-user theory. The Journal of Product Innovation Management 23 (4), 301-315.

Füller, J. Mühlbacher, H., Matzler, K. and Jawecki, G. (2009). Consumer Empowerment Trough Internet-Based Co-creation. Journal of Management Information Systems 26 (3), 71-102.

Hoffman, D.L., Kopalle, P.K. and Novak, T.P. (2010). The « Right » Consumers for Better  Concepts: Identifying Consumers High in in Emergent Nature to Develop New Product Concepts, Journal of Marketing Research 47 (5), 854-865.

Jeppesen, L.B. and Lakhani, K. (2010). Marginality and Problem-Solving Effectiveness in Broadcast Search. Organization Science 21 (5), 1016-1033.

Jeppesen, L., and Laursen, K. (2009). The role of lead users in knowledge sharing. Research Policy 38 (10), 1582-1589.

Kozinets, R.V. (2002). The field behind the screen: Using Netnography for Marketing Research in Online Communities. Journal of Marketing Research 39, 61-72.

Lilien, G., Morrison, P., Searls, K., Sonnack, M. and Von Hippel, E. (2002). Performance assessment of the lead user idea generation process for new product development. Management Science 48 (8), 1042-1059.

Lüthje, C. (2004). Characteristics of innovating users in a consumer goods field: an empirical study of sport related product consumers. Technovation 24 (9), 683-695.

Morrison, P., Roberts, I., and Midgley, D. (2004). The nature of lead users and measurement of leading edge status. Research Policy 33 (2), 351-363.

Morrison, P., Roberts, I., and Von Hippel, E. (2000). Determinants for user innovation and innovation sharing in a local market. Management Science 46 (12), 1513-1527.

Olson, E. L., and Bakke, G. (2001). Implementing the lead user method in a high technology firm: a longitudinal study of intentions versus actions. Journal of Product Innovation Management 18 (6), 388-395.

Ozer, M. (2009). The roles of product lead-users and product experts in new product evaluation. Research Policy 38 (8), 1340-1349.

Poetz, M.K. and Prügl, R. (2010). Crossing Domain-Specific Boundaries in Search of Innovation: Exploring the potential of pyramiding. Journal of Product Innovation Management 27 (6), 897-914.

Schreier, M., Oberhauser, S., and Prügl, R. (2007). Lead users and the adoption and diffusion of new products: insights from two extreme sports communities. Marketing Letters 18 (1-2), 15-30.

Schreier, M., and Prügl, R. (2008). Extending lead user theory: antecedents and consequences of consumer lead userness. Journal of Product Innovation Management, 25 (4), 331-346.

Spann, M., Holger, E., Skiera, B. and Soll, H. (2009). Identification of lead users for consumer products via virtual stock markets. Journal of Product Innovation Management 26 (3), 322-355.

Von Hippel, E. (1986). Lead users: a source of novel product concepts. Management Science 32 (7), 791-805.

Von Hippel, E., Franke, N. and Prügl, R. (2009). “Pyramiding: Efficient search for rare subjects”. Research Policy 38 (9), 1397-1406.

Von Hippel, E., Thomke, S. and Sonnak, M. (1999). Creating breakthroughs at 3M. Harvard Business Review 77 (5), 47–57.