Markus Perkmann is an esteemed professor in Innovation and Entrepreneurship at Imperial College Business School. He specialises in the commercialisation of scientific knowledge and the management of university-industry relationships. His research also delves into the organisational and institutional aspects of innovation.

Perkmann holds a PhD in Management from the University of Vienna and an MSc in Public Policy from the London School of Economics. His academic prowess is reflected in the numerous research papers he has published in high-ranking journals. He is also the co-editor of the book ‘University Evolution, Entrepreneurial Activity and Regional Competitiveness.’

In addition to his academic pursuits, Perkmann is a co-founder of Imperial Business Analytics, a data science-focused partnership between Imperial College Business School and KPMG. He has also advised several organisations, including the European Commission, on matters relating to science and innovation policy.

Perkmann’s teaching interests lie in the areas of entrepreneurship, innovation management, and business analytics. He is an integral part of the Imperial College Business School, contributing to its mission of providing world-class education and research.

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