Ph.D. Supervision and Evaluation

Stella Stefánsdóttir, since 2013. University of Iceland. Member of the thesis committee.

Gunnar Óskarsson, 2011. University of Iceland. Member of the Evaluation Committee (Defence discussant). Title of dissertation: “Utilizing External Information in Continuous Innovation Processes: The impact of managerial IT skills and supportive capabilities on the perceived innovativeness of multinational companies.”

Diego Chantrain, 2010. Turku School of Economics. Pre-defence evaluation. Title of dissertation: “Social Capital Inheritance and Resource Co-optation in Corporate Spin-off Firms.”

Lucia Naldi, 2008. Jönköping International Business School. Pre-defence discussant. Title of dissertation “Growth Through Internationalization: A Knowledge Perspective on SMEs.”

Marina Candi, 2004-2008. Copenhagen Business School. Co-supervisor with Mette Mønsted. Title of dissertation: “Aesthetic Design as an Element of Service Innovation in New Technology-based Firms.

Alex McKelvie, 2007. Jönköping International Business School. Member of the Evaluation Committee. Title of dissertation “Innovation in New Firms: Examining the Role of Knowledge and Growth Willingness”.

Bachelor and Master Level

University of Iceland, 2014-: Theories of Innovation and Entrepreneurship (MSc), Project Management (BSc).

University of Gothenburg 2014-: Methods of Practical Entrepreneurship, MSc.

MIT Sloan School of Management, Cambridge, MA, 2009: Entrepreneurship and Innovation, undergraduate level (with J. Utterback).

DOME research school, Denmark, 2006-2007: Teaching in research seminars at the PhD level within the field of Entrepreneurship and Innovation.

Reykjavik University, 2005-2007: Teaching of an interdisciplinary graduate course on ”Agent-based modeling” (in cooperation with Kristinn Thorisson, associate professor, Department of Computer Science, Reykjavik University).

Reykjavik University, 2004-2010: PhD supervision and teaching of PhD courses within the field of Entrepreneurship and Technology Management.

Reykjavik University, 2002-2010: Teaching MBA and undergraduate courses in Entrepreneurship, Project management, and Innovation Management. Supervisor of numerous B.S. thesis.

Chalmers University of Technology, 1998-2002: Supervisor in group projects and final projects on a MSc level. Some lecturing both on a master level and in doctoral courses.