Negin Salimi is Senior Researcher & Lecturer in Innovation Management and Entrepreneurship at the Business Management and Organization group of Wageningen University and Research. She obtained her Ph.D. in Innovation Management from Eindhoven University of Technology (TU/e), the Netherlands.
After getting her Ph.D., she was post-doc researcher at the section Economics of Technology and Innovations, faculty of Technology, Policy, and Management, TU Delft followed by post-doc position at Science-Based Business (SBB) group, Science faculty, Leiden University. She has been working on different areas such as technology management, (responsible) innovation, entrepreneurship, research assessment, and decision-making using different quantitative methodologies (e.g. advanced statistical methods). In particular, she is interested in how knowledge can be transferred through collaboration and can be resulted in innovative (and sustainable) outputs by focusing on governance issues among collaboration’s partners.
She has published in several peer-reviewed journals of technology and innovation management such as International Journal of Production Economics, Journal of Technology Transfer, Science and Public Policy, Scientometrics, and Technovation.
She is coordinator and lecturer of the courses: “New Venture Creation: From Idea to Business Plan”, “Entrepreneurship in Practice”, and lecturer for the course “Advanced Management and Marketing”.