Research units & titles
- Assistant Professor Department of Industrial Engineering and Management - Professors, tenure track
Artistic and research interests
My research is focused on the social-psychological and organizational processes that explain the occurrence of individual and collective entrepreneurial behavior within existing firms. Currently, I study at the micro-level of analysis how emotional dynamics, cognitive processes and motives influence the individuals’ engagement in entrepreneurial actions. At the meso-level of analysis, I study how organizational designs, such as venturing units, and organizational practices, such as design thinking, influence the innovation processes and efforts of firms. At this level of analysis, I also study how the managers can design organizational contexts to foster entrepreneurial and innovative behavior.
Doctor of Philosophy, Economics Science, University of Strathclyde
Master of Science (Economics and Business Administration), Business Economics, University of Strathclyde
- socio-psychological dynamics, Innovation, corporate entrepreneurship, Organizational ambidexterity, organizational renewal