I am a lecturer in International Business at Cardiff Business School, Cardiff University.
I study the evolution of innovative industries with a particular focus on biomedicine and renewable energy. My research looks at how the institutional environments in which firms are embedded shape their innovative competences. It examines the extent to which government policies can alter such competences.
My work is comparative, with a geographic specialisation in Asia, particularly Japan. I teach International Business, Asian Business Systems and International Economic History. I am a member of the Academy of Management, Society for the Advancement of Socioeconomics and the Association of Business Historians.
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I am currently involved in the following projects:
1. Industrialising frontiers in biomedical innovation: the case of regenerative medicine
2. Creating networks of innovation in solar electricity industry: experiences from Japan
3. Place brands and the role of time in France and Japan
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