MIOIR Seminar Series with Professor Markus Perkmann (Imperial College Business School)
|3 June 2024
|15:30 - 16:30
|What is it:
|Alliance Manchester Business School
|Who is it for:
|University staff, External researchers, Alumni, Current University students, General public
Join us for the Manchester Institute of Innovation Research Seminar Series 23/24 with Markus Perkmann, Professor of Innovation and Entrepreneurship and Vice-Dean at Imperial College Business School, on Monday 03rd June at 15:30-16:30, in 9.041 AMBS (Hybrid).
Full title and abstract will be available shortly, alongside the registration link.
Markus Perkmann is Professor of Innovation and Entrepreneurship and Vice-Dean at Imperial College Business School. His research interests are in entrepreneurship and innovation in science-intensive contexts as well as organization theory. In recent work he has explored the effects of becoming an entrepreneur on academics’ research production, and the penalties that accrue to multidisciplinary scientists in peer evaluation contests. He has also studied how boundary organizations operate between different social worlds, and how actors exploit institutional differences between these social worlds. He has published his research in journals including Organization Science, Academy of Management Journal and Research Policy. He is the founding editor of the journal Innovation: Organization & Management, and the founding academic director of the Imperial Enterprise Lab.
Role: Professor of Innovation and Entrepreneurship and Vice-Dean
Organisation: Imperial College Business Schooll
Travel and Contact Information
Room 9.041 (Hybrid Event)
Aliiance Manchester Business School
Booth Street West