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2012
Agarwal, N., & Brem A. (2012).  Frugal and reverse innovation - Literature overview and case study insights from a German MNC in India and China. Proceedings of the 2012 18th International Conference on Engineering, Technology and Innovation, B. Katzy, T. Holzmann, K. Sailer, K. D. Thoben (Eds.).
2014
Agarwal, N., Grottke M., & Brem A. (2014).  A Unified Innovation Approach To Emerging Markets: Imperatives To Play And Win The Game. 21st International Product Development Management Conference Proceedings: Innovation through engineering, business & design.
2016
Agarwal, N. (2016).  Innovation landscape in developed and developing markets: a conceptual and empirical study on technology convergence and low cost innovation.
Fritzsche, A., & Agarwal N. (2016).  Knowledge Generation and Usage in Piloting. British Academy of Management.
Fritzsche, A., & Agarwal N. (2016).  Knowledge generation and usage in piloting. British Academy of Management.
Schymanietz, M., & Agarwal N. (2016).  User Generated Services during Software Introductions. OpenSym '16, Proceedings of the 12th International Symposium on Open Collaboration, Berlin, Germany — August 17 - 19, 2016.
2019
Agarwal, N., Schymanietz M., & Fritzsche A. (2019).  A Frugal Support Structure for New Software Implementations in SMEs. Konferenz Wirtschaftsinformatik (WI).  (349.95 KB)
In Press
Agarwal, N., & Brem A. (In Press).  Frugal and reverse - insights from a German MNC in India and China. Dr. John Ettlie on Globalization of R&D including near-shoring and re-shoring of R&D..
Agarwal, N., & Brem A. (In Press).  The frugal innovation case of solar-powered Automated Teller Machines (ATMs) of Vortex Engineering in India. Journal of Entrepreneurship and Innovation in Emerging Economies.
Agarwal, N., & Brem A. (In Press).  Frugal Innovation – Past, Present and Future. IEEE Engineering Management Review.
Agarwal, N., Chakrabarti R., Brem A., & Bocken N. (In Press).  Market driving at Bottom of the Pyramid ( BoP ): An analysis of social enterprises from the healthcare sector. Journal of Business Research.