Resource orchestration on the way to academic entrepreneurship
Academic entrepreneurship (AE) describes activities academics undertake in order to commercialize their research results regardless of who is the owner of the IP. For decades, the phenomenon of AE has been widely studied, both theoretically and empirically. While literature often focuses on novice or established academic entrepreneurs, we extend this scope and scrutinize the under-investigated transformation of Early-Stage-Researchers (ESR) to AE. To uncover the basic dynamics underlying this transformation process from ESR to AE, we investigate the influence of the ESR’s personality traits and working context on the ESR’s opportunity recognition and resource orchestration skills.
Ciudad Politécnica de la Innovación
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Universitat Politècnica de València | Camino de Vera s/n
Marie Gruber holds a Bachelor degree in Business Administration from the University of Applied Science in Aachen and a Master degree in Information Systems from the University of Applied Science in Mönchengladbach.
Since May 2017, Marie is an Early Stage Researcher (ESR) in the EU-funded FINESSE project (www.itn-finesse.eu) and affiliated to the University of Brussels, more specifically the Department of Business Technology and Operations (BUTO). Her research in the FINESSE project deals with Academic Entrepreneurship and Resource Orchestration.