My research examines how regulations influence the emergence of different types of innovation, and explores the unintended consequences that regulations have on an industry's competitive environment and development. I also examine how entrepreneurial firms shape an emerging industry's competitive structure using political strategies. My research is framed within the context of the emerging drone industry and has practical implications for entrepreneurs, managers, and policy-makers seeking to influence competition in high-tech industries.
Fall 2020: Ph.D. in Business Administration, Syracuse University
- 2016: Bachelor of Science in Mathematical Economics, Hampden-Sydney College
2022: Assistant Professor of Entrepreneurship, emlyon business school, Ecully, France
- 2021 - 2022: Postdoctoral Researcher at the Entrepreneurship and Innovation Research Center, emlyon business school
- 2014 - 2021: Professor of strategy and corporate governance, IAE Clermont Auvergne, France
- 2007 - 2014: Professor of strategy and corporate governance, ESC Clermont Business School, France