Institut for Strategi og Innovation


Kontor: KIL/14.A-2.97
E-mail: vt.si@cbs.dk

I have received a PhD in Management from Imperial College London with a thesis titled “The Microfoundations of University-Industry Interaction” and a Master of Science degree with first class honors in Economics and Management of New Technologies from Bocconi University. I spent several months working at UN offices in Geneva and at the DG Research of the European Commission in Brussels. I have also been a visiting researcher at the University of North Carolina (Chapel Hill, NC, USA). My research interests include: analysis of university-industry collaboration, technology transfer, economics and management of innovation, patent analysis and appropriability strategies, and analysis of social influence on individuals.

Primære forskningsområder
  • University-industry interaction
  • Academic entrepreneurship
  • Role of universities and science in innovative activities
  • Social influence mechanisms
  • Innovation
Curriculum Vitae
Link til denne hjemmeside
  • HA E129 – Innovation
  • CM MI20 – Innovation and Knowledge
  • Foundations of Entrepreneurship (INO PhD course)
Udvalgte publikationer
  • Clarysse, B., Tartari, V., Salter, A. (2011) The Comparative Role of TTOs and Individual Level Behavior of Academics to Explain Academic Entrepreneurship, Research Policy, 40(8), 1084-1093
  • Tartari, V., Salter, A., D’Este, P. (2012) Crossing the Rubicon: Exploring the factors that shape academics perceptions of the barriers of working with Industry, Cambridge Journal of Economics, 36(3), 655-677
  • Tartari, V., Breschi, S. (2012) Set them free: Scientists' perceptions of benefits and costs of university-industry research collaboration, forthcoming at Industrial and Corporate Change
  • Perkmann, M., Tartari, V. et al.  (2012) Academic engagement and commercialisation: A review of the literature on university-industry relations, forthcoming at Research Policy
  • Nuvolari, A., Tartari, V. (2011) Bennet Woodcroft and the value of English patents 1617-1841, Explorations in Economic History, 48(1), 97-115
Publikationer sorteret efter:
Valentina Tartari; Francesco Di Lorenzo; Benjamin A. Campbell / Another Roof, Another Proof : The Impact of Mobility on Individual Productivity in Science.
I: Journal of Technology Transfer, Vol. 45, Nr. 1, 2.2020, s. 276–303
Tidsskriftartikel > peer review
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
Alessandro Nuvolari; Valentina Tartari; Matteo Tranchero / Patterns of Innovation during the Industrial Revolution : A Reappraisal using a Composite Indicator of Patent Quality.
London : Centre for Economic Policy Research 2019, 41 s. (Centre for Economic Policy Research. Discussion Papers, Nr. 13958)
Working paper
Maryann P. Feldman; H.C. Kongsted; Valentina Tartari / The Demand for Science Funding
Paper presented at DRUID19 Conference, 2019
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Mike Wright; Valentina Tartari; Kenneth G. Huang; Francesco Di Lorenzo; Janet Bercovitz / Knowledge Worker Mobility in Context : Pushing the Boundaries of Theory and Methods.
I: Journal of Management Studies, Vol. 55, Nr. 1, 2018, s. 1-26
Tidsskriftartikel > peer review
Valentina Tartari; Scott Stern / The Role of Universities in Local Entrepreneurial Ecosystems
Paper presented at DRUID18 Conference, 2018
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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 s.
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 s.
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.
I: Research Evaluation, Vol. 24, Nr. 4, 2015, s. 380-391
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