Amber Geurts won the 2018 ISPIM Innovation Management Dissertation Award

CEST's postdoc Amber Geurts won the 2018 ISPIM Innovation Management Dissertation Award with her dissertation

Amber Geurts, the joint postdoc of Department of Applied Physics (in Prof. Patrick Rinke's CEST group), School of Science and Department of Management Studies (in Prof. Nina Granqvist's group), School of Business, won the 2018 ISPIM Innovation Management Dissertation Award with her dissertation at University of Groningen entitled "Firm Responses to Disruptive Innovations: Evidence from the music industry".

The annual ISPIM Innovation Management Dissertation Award is made to the student completing the best PhD within innovation management each calendar year. The Award is open to all students completing a PhD within innovation management.

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