Professor of Strategic Management and Innovation
Vincent’s key research interest lies within innovation and the evolution of technologies, business models and institutions. He analyses the conditions of change of the dynamics of innovation in different industries: nanotechnology, biotechnology, cultural industry and business education.
His main research areas are:
- Strategic management of innovation, business model evolution. Global health is the targeted field work to explore business model evolution.
- Role of user communities in th innovation processes. Vincent labels this community involvement as "Subversive Innovation"
- Institutionalization processes in emerging and changing environments
- Globalization of business education, the future of business schools and scientific production in management.
Vincent is highly involvement in the scientific community, sitting at the editorial board of Organization Studies and Long Range Planning. He is also guest editor for the International Journal of Technology Management and Research Policy, Technovation, Journal of Technology Transfer, Technology Forecasting and Social Change.
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