Professor

Tiago RATINHO

Tiago RATINHO
Assistant Professor
Ph.D., Business Administration, Entrepreneurship and Innovation - University of Twente
Track: Entrepreneurship, Innovation and Strategy
LEM Member
Education
  • 2011 : Ph.D., Business Administration, Entrepreneurship and Innovation , University of Twente, Netherlands
  • 2007 : Master, Engineering, Entrepreneurship and Innovation , IST - Instituto Superior Técnico, Portugal
  • 2002 : Bachelor, Engineering, Other, University of Évora, Portugal
Professional Experiences
Academic Experience
  • 2013 - 2017, Professor, University of Baltimore, Baltimore, USA
Published Papers in Refereed Journals
  • Ratinho T., (2018). BOOK REVIEW: Is Entrepreneurship Dead?, The Truth About Startups in America, Scott A. Shane, Yale University Press, New Haven, CT (2018), (251 pages), Technological Forecasting and Social Change, in press .
  • Lans Thomas, Tynjälä Päivi, Biemans Harm, Ratinho T., Karimi Saeid, (2017). Entrepreneurship Education with Impact: Opening the Black Box, Education Research International, 2017 .
  • Ratinho T., Harms Rainer, Walsh Steven, (2015). Structuring the Technology Entrepreneurship publication landscape: Making sense out of chaos, Technological Forecasting and Social Change, 100 168-175.
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  • Benneworth Paul, Ratinho T., (2014). Reframing the role of knowledge parks and science cities in knowledge-based urban development, Environment and Planning (B, C, D), 32 (5) 784-808.
  • Ratinho T., (2014). Book Review: Technology Management: Activities and Tools, D. Cetindamar, R. Phaal, D. Probert, Palgrave Macmillan, New York, NY (2010), (274 pages), Technological Forecasting and Social Change, 81 403-404.
  • Ratinho T., (2013). Book Review: Indispensable – When Leaders Really Matter, G. Mukunda, Harvard Business Review Press, Boston, MA (2012), 301 pp., Scandinavian Journal of Management, 29 (3) 325-326.
  • Bruneel Johan, Ratinho T., Clarysse Bart, Groen Aard, (2012). The Evolution of Business Incubators: Comparing demand and supply of business incubation services across different incubator generations, Technovation, 32 (2) 110-121.
  • Ratinho T., Henriques Elsa, (2010). The role of science parks and business incubators in converging countries: Evidence from Portugal, Technovation, 30 (4) 278-290.
Books
  • Ratinho T., (2011) Are They Helping? An Examination of Business Incubators’ Impact on Tenant Firms, University of Twente,, Enschede.
Book Chapters
  • Korotka Milana, Benneworth Paul, Ratinho T., (2015), Back to the future of high technology fantasies? Reframing the role of knowledge parks and science cities in innovation-based economic development, in: Making 21st Century Knowledge Complexes - Technopoles of the world revisited.
  • Benneworth Paul, Ratinho T., (2014), Regional innovation culture in the social knowledge economy, in: The Social Dynamics of Innovation Networks.
  • Hitt Michael, Ratinho T., (2011), The multifaceted effects of institutions on firm strategies and entrepreneurial actions, in: The Nature of the New Firm: Beyond the Boundaries of Organisations and Institutions.
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  • Ratinho T., Harms Rainer, Groen Aard, (2010), Towards a distinction between technology incubators and non-technology incubators: can they contribute to economic growth?, in: Current research on entrepreneurship and SME management.
Peer Review Proceedings
  • Amezcua Alejandro, Ratinho T., Jayamohan Parvathi, Plummer Lawrence A., (2016), Location, Competition, And Organizational Sponsorship, in: AOM Proceedings Academy of Management , pp..
  • Kraaijenbrink Jeroen, Ratinho T., Oude Luttikhuis Jeroen, (2014), Towards a Taxonomy of Entrepreneurial Strategies: Evidence From US High-Tech Venture Business Plans, in: Frontiers of Entrepreneurship Research Babson College, pp..
Research fields
  • Entrepreneurship Support
  • Entrepreneurial Strategies
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