vtsi

Department of Strategy and Innovation

Valentina
Tartari
Associate professor


Room: KIL/14.A-2.97
Tel:
+4538153965
E-mail: vt.si@cbs.dk
Presentation

I have received my PhD from Imperial College Business School in 2013 and I have been a visiting scholar at the MIT Sloan School of Management in 2015. My research focuses on the determinants of knowledge production and transfer, inside and outside academia. Specifically, I study how academic researchers produce scientific knowledge and how this knowledge is transferred to industry and society at large. I am also interested in the role universities have in stimulating local entrepreneurship. My work has been published in leading innovation and management journals, such as Research Policy and Journal of Management Studies. I am an officer of the DRUID society and a Representative-at-Large for the TIM division at AoM.

 

Primary research areas
  • University-industry interaction
  • Academic entrepreneurship
  • Role of universities and science in innovative activities
  • Social influence mechanisms
  • Innovation
Administrative tasks


Curriculum Vitae
Links
Link to this homepage
www.cbs.dk/en/staff/vtsi
Courses
  • HA E129 – Innovation
  • CM MI20 – Innovation and Knowledge
  • Foundations of Entrepreneurship (INO PhD course)
Supervision


Other teaching activities


Selected publications
  • Wright, M., Tartari, V., Huang, K. G., Di Lorenzo, F., & Bercovitz, J. (2018). Knowledge worker mobility in context: Pushing the boundaries of theory and methods. Journal of Management Studies, 55(1), 1-26
  • Tartari, V., Salter, A. (2015) The Engagement Gap. Exploring And Mitigating Gender Differences in University–Industry Collaborative Activities, Research Policy, 44(6), 1176-1191
  • Tartari, V., Perkmann, M., Salter, A. (2014) In good company: The influence of peers on industry engagement by academic scientists, Research Policy, 43(7), 1189-1203
  • Perkmann, M., Tartari, V. et al.  (2013) Academic engagement and commercialisation: A review of the literature on university-industry relations, Research Policy, 42(2), 423-442
  • Tartari, V., Breschi, S. (2012) Set them free: Scientists' perceptions of benefits and costs of university-industry research collaboration, Industrial and Corporate Change, 21(5), 1117-1147

 

Publications sorted by:
2019
Balint Dioszegi; Valentina Tartari; Daniella Laureiro-Martínez; Stefano Brusoni; Anne L. J. Ter Wal / Agency and Intentionality in Networking : An Interactive Experiment.
Paper presented at DRUID19 Conference, 2019
Paper > peer review
Wolf-Hendrik Uhlbach; Valentina Tartari; H.C. Kongsted / Beyond Scientific Excellence : Are Internationally Mobile Researchers more Likely to Become Academic Entrepreneurs?.
Paper presented at DRUID19 Conference, 2019
Paper > peer review
Maryann P. Feldman; H.C. Kongsted; Valentina Tartari / The Demand for Science Funding
Paper presented at DRUID19 Conference, 2019
Paper > peer review
2018
Valentina Tartari; Francesco Di Lorenzo; Benjamin A. Campbell / Another Roof, Another Proof : The Impact of Mobility on Individual Productivity in Science.
In: Journal of Technology Transfer, 13.7.2018, p. 1-28
Journal article > peer review
Mike Wright; Valentina Tartari; Kenneth G. Huang; Francesco Di Lorenzo; Janet Bercovitz / Knowledge Worker Mobility in Context : Pushing the Boundaries of Theory and Methods.
In: Journal of Management Studies, Vol. 55, No. 1, 2018, p. 1-26
Journal article > peer review
Valentina Tartari; Scott Stern / The Role of Universities in Local Entrepreneurial Ecosystems
Paper presented at DRUID18 Conference, 2018
Paper > peer review
2017
H.C. Kongsted; Valentina Tartari; Davide Cannito; Maria Theresa Norn; Jeppe Wohlert / University Researchers’ Engagement with Industry, the Public Sector and Society : Results from a 2017 Survey of University Researchers in Denmark.
København : DEA 2017, 39 p.
Report
2015
Markus Perkmann; Riccardo Fini; Jan-Michael Ross; Ammon Salter; Cleo Silvestri; Valentina Tartari / Accounting for Impact at Imperial College London : A Report on the Activities and Outputs by Imperial Academics Relevant for Economic and Social Impact.
London : Imperial College London 2015, 44 p.
Report
Markus Perkmann; Riccardo Fini; Jan-Michael Ross; Ammon Salter; Cleo Silvestri; Valentina Tartari / Accounting for Universities’ Impact : Using Augmented data to Measure Academic Engagement and Commercialization by Academic Scientists.
In: Research Evaluation, Vol. 24, No. 4, 2015, p. 380-391
Journal article > peer review
Valentina Tartari; Ammon Salter / The Engagement Gap : Exploring Gender Differences in University–Industry Collaboration Activities.
In: Research Policy, Vol. 44, No. 6, 2015, p. 1176–1191
Journal article > peer review
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