Professor of Entrepreneurship and Innovation
Ph.D in business administration. Professor in entrepreneurship and innovation. Technical background from engineering- and process industry.
Joakim Wincent is a Professor in Entrepreneurship and Innovation. His current research focus largely on entrepreneurs and innovation processes in existing organizations. For example, Joakim is researching passion, stress, exhaustion among individual entrepreneurs and how individual entrepreneurs can improve their conditions for developing high potential business models. He is also interested in identifying factors that promote entrepreneurship in organizations and future challenges for companies that aim to be innovation leaders during the next ten-year period. Methodological interest in research is directed to develop new measurements such as calculations of the amount and value of entrepreneurial opportunities in different sectors and industries. In addition, Joakim is researching business clusters/networks, innovation systems and engage in effect studies of entrepreneurship at regional and national levels. His work is published in leading journals such as Academy of Management Review, Journal of Business Venturing, Strategic Management Journal, Strategic Organization, Journal of Management Studies, Entrepreneurship Theory and Practice, and Organizational Research Methods, among others.
Teaches at the basic- and advance level (PhD courses). Supervision of PhD students and master theses. Engaged in research-related consulting and evaluation activity. Teaching interests include theoretical perspectives in management research, research methods, advanced statistics, business development and strategic entrepreneurship.