Óscar Llopis Córcoles

Université de Bordeaux

Current position. Postdoctoral researcher at GREThA - UMR CNRS 5113 (Université de Bordeaux) and affiliated researcher to INGENIO (CSIC-UPV)


Education. Degree in Business Administration from the University Jaume I (2006). Masters Degree in Marketing and Market Research from the University Jaume I and the University of Valencia (2008). In 2008 he presented his Master’s final project in the Department of Marketing and Market Research at the University of Valencia. In 2010 he enrolled in the Business Strategy PhD program in the University of Valencia. In 2011 he was a visiting PhD student at the Copenhagen Business School. In 2012 he was a visiting PhD student at the Università degli Studi di Pisa. In 2013 he defended his thesis in the Department of Business Administration at the University of Valencia.


Professional experience. From 2006 to 2008 he worked in the Financial and Accountant Department in a US-based multinational company. In 2008 he worked in a European association from the textile sector, granted by the Valencian Institute of Export (IVEX). In 2009 he joined the Valencian Regional Office in Brussels (FCVRE), working in the field of European projects management.


Areas of interest. Knowledge management, translational research, social network analysis, knowledge networks, sociology of science


List of WP and academic articles. Here.             [Download the complete CV here]

I have great memories from my PhD period at INGENIO. I arrived at INGENIO in 2010 with a JAE-Predoc grant but little experience in academia.  From the beginning, I got involved in the dynamics of the institute, having the chance to attend a number of conferences and workhops, which were extremely important to get into the scientific community and moving forward my dissertation. For instance, during my 2nd year I presented my PhD proposal at the DRUID academy conference in Denmark.  A distinguishing  feature of INGENIO lays in its multidisciplinarity of approaches and methods. INGENIO's academic, technical and administrative staff made a great difference in guiding my throughout the arduous but exciting process of writing and defending a PhD. INGENIO is also characterized by its international scope and its support to international exchanges. For instance, INGENIO helped me in being a visiting researcher at the Copenhagen Business School and at the University of Pisa, which helped me to develop my academic skills and collaborate with renowned scholars. Since 2014, I am a post-doctoral fellow at the University of Bordeaux, where I still maintain a close collaboration with INGENIO.