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Home | People | Joey van Angeren

Joey van Angeren


Vrije Universiteit Amsterdam
Research field
Data Science


Joey van Angeren is an Assistant Professor at the KIN Center for Digital Innovation at the School of Business and Economics at Vrije Universiteit Amsterdam. He holds a PhD in Innovation Management from Eindhoven University of Technology, an MSc (cum laude) in Business Informatics from Utrecht University, and a BSc in Information Science from Utrecht University. His research explores competition and governance strategies in the context of platform ecosystems, as well as the impact of artificial intelligence for firms and their strategies. Joey's dissertation has been nominated His research has been published in the Journal of Systems and Software, and presented at various conferences such as the Annual Meetings of the Academy of Management. Joey's dissertation has been nominated for best dissertation awards at the Academy of Management (TIM Division) and INFORMS (TIMES Section). Joey teaches courses on innovation, information systems, and research methods


van Angeren, J. and Karunakaran, A. (2023). Anchored Inferential Learning: Platform-Specific Uncertainty, Venture Capital Investments by the Platform Owner, and the Impact on Complementors Organization Science, 34(3):1027--1050.

van Angeren, J., Vroom, G., McCann, B., Podoynitsyna, K. and Langerak, F. (2022). Optimal distinctiveness across revenue models: Performance effects of differentiation of paid and free products in a mobile app market Strategic Management Journal, 43(10):2066--2100.