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1989 …2020

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Tom Elfring is Professor of Strategic Management and Entrepreneurship at the School of Business and Economics of Vrije Universiteit Amsterdam. He was head of the Department of Management and Organization. He has a PhD in economics from Groningen University, has studied for a year in the United States and has done part of his doctoral work at the European Institute in Florence, Italy. Previously he worked at the Rotterdam School of Management and had a part-time chair in Innovative entrepreneurship at Wageningen University (1997-2002). He has been visiting professor at the Copenhagen Business School (1996), at Mays Business School, University of Texas A&M (2006), at the Aarhus School of Business (2008), at University of Alabama (2010), and at University of Bologna (2011 and 2012).

His research has been funded by NWO, KNAW, WRR and ESF. His book Rethinking Strategy (with Henk Volberda at Sage) has won the ERIM best book award. Two recent Academy of Management conference papers have been awarded to be included in the Best Paper Proceedings. He received the Emerald Management Reviews Citations of Excellence Award 2012 for article Stam & Elfring (2008)(among top 50 articles in 2008 terms of impact from the top 300 management journals).

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His research interests include corporate entrepreneurship and venturing, networking in emerging organizations, strategic entrepreneurship, and managing service innovation. He has published over 40 international articles/book chapters in Journals, such as, Academy of Management Journal, Journal of Business Venturing,Journal of Business and Psychology,Long Range Planning, Organization Studies, Scandinavian Management Journal, Journal of Business Research, Technology Analysis and Strategic Management, Scientometrics and Small Business Economics. He has published seven books, the latest Corporate Entrepreneurship and Venturing (2005, Springer).

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