Geoff Parker
Geoff Parker
Charles E. Hutchinson Professor of Engineering, Thayer School, Dartmouth College
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Platform Revolution: How Networked Markets are Transforming the Economy, and How to Make Them Work for You
G Parker, M Van Alstyne, S Choudary
WW Norton, 2016
Strategies for two-sided markets
T Eisenmann, G Parker, MW Van Alstyne
Harvard business review 84 (10), 92, 2006
Two-sided network effects: A theory of information product design
GG Parker, MW Van Alstyne
Management Science 51 (10), 1494-1504, 2005
Platform envelopment
T Eisenmann, G Parker, M Van Alstyne
Strategic Management Journal 32 (12), 1270-1285, 2011
Pipelines, platforms, and the new rules of strategy
MW Van Alstyne, GG Parker, SP Choudary
Harvard business review 94 (4), 54-62, 2016
Platforms and infrastructures in the digital age
P Constantinides, O Henfridsson, GG Parker
Information Systems Research 29 (2), 381-400, 2018
Opening platforms: How, when and why?
T Eisenmann, G Parker, M Van Alstyne
Platforms, Markets, and Innovations, 131-162, 2009
Innovation, openness & platform control
G Parker, M Van Alstyne
Management Science 64 (7), 3015–3032, 2018
Platform ecosystems: How developers invert the firm
G Parker, MW Van Alstyne, X Jiang
MIS Quarterly 41 (1), 255-266, 2017
Platform scale: How an emerging business model helps startups build large empires with minimum investment
SP Choudary
(No Title), 2015
Platform performance investment in the presence of network externalities
EG Anderson Jr, GG Parker, B Tan
Information Systems Research 25 (1), 152–172, 2014
Upstream volatility in the supply chain: The machine tool industry as a case study
EG Anderson Jr, CH Fine, GG Parker
Production and Operations Management 9 (3), 239-261, 2000
From Buyer to Integrator: The Transformation of the Supply-Chain Manager in the Vertically Disintegrating Firm
GG Parker, EG Anderson Jr
Production and Operations Management 11 (1), 75-91, 2002
The effect of learning on the make/buy decision
EG Anderson Jr, GG Parker
Production and Operations Management 11 (3), 313-339, 2002
Platform Strategy
G Parker, MW Van Alstyne
Available at SSRN 2439323, 2014
Winner take all: Competition, strategy, and the structure of returns in the Internet economy
T Noe, G Parker
Journal of Economics & Management Strategy 14 (1), 141-164, 2005
Information complements, substitutes, and strategic product design
G Parker, MW Van Alstyne
Substitutes, and Strategic Product Design (November 8, 2000), 2000
Unraveling platform strategies: A review from an organizational ambidexterity perspective
X Wan, J Cenamor, G Parker, M Van Alstyne
Sustainability 9 (5), 734, 2017
Platform business: from resources to relationships
M Van Alstyne, G Parker
NIM Marketing Intelligence Review 9 (1), 24-29, 2017
6 reasons why platforms fail
W Marshall, W van Alstyne, GG Parker, SP Choudary
Harvard Business Review 94 (4), 2-5, 2016
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