Reinhilde Veugelers

Professor of Managerial Economics, Strategy and Innovation at the Katholieke Universiteit Leuven and CEPR Research Fellow

Reinhilde Veugelers is a Full Professor at KULeuven (BE) at the Department of Management, Strategy and Innovation. She is a Senior Fellow at Bruegel since 2009. She is also a CEPR Research Fellow, a member of the Royal Flemish Academy of Belgium for Sciences and of the Academia Europeana. From 2004-2008, she was on academic leave, as Adviser at the European Commission (BEPA Bureau of European Policy Analysis). She was the President-Elect of EARIE (European Association for Research in Industrial Economics). She currently serves on the ERC Scientific Council. She is a member of the RISE Expert Group advising the EU Commissioner for Research and Innovation. She was a Visiting Scholar at Northwestern University’s Kellogg Graduate School of Management, Sloan School of Management, MIT, Stern Business School, NYU (US), UCL (BE), ECARES/ ULBrussels, (BE) Paris I (FR), GSE-Barcelona (ES), UMaastricht (NL), SciencesPo (FR).

With her research concentrated in the fields of industrial organisation, international economics and strategy, innovation and science, she has authored numerous well cited publications in leading international journals. Her research combines analytical frameworks, using micro-economics, game theory and economics of information models, with empirical, mostly econometric testing on large datasets. Specific recent topics include cooperative R&D, international technology transfers through MNEs, young innovative companies, innovation for climate change, industry science links and their impact on firm’s innovative productivity, performance of technology transfer offices at universities, designing university spin-off contracts, explaining scientific productivity, researchers’ international mobility. She coordinates a large, multidisciplinary research project on radical innovations and one on the impact assessment of RTD policy instruments.

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