University of Bath School of Management University of Bath School of Management

Dr Daniela Defazio

Daniela Defazio

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Leading Refereed Journal Papers
Other Outputs

MSc, PhD

Job Title:

Lecturer (Assistant Professor) in Entrepreneurship and Innovation


Entrepreneurship and Innovation

Key Research Interests:

Innovation and Entrepreneurship; Management of Technological Innovation; Academic Entrepreneurship; Academia–Industry Interaction; Networks.

Research Interests

My research focuses on entrepreneurship and technological innovation at the intersection between economics, management, organization and policy. I am particularly interested in the role played by individuals, teams and networks and in the mechanisms that enable them to generate, transfer and diffuse new ideas and inventions.


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Leading Refereed Journals Papers | Other Outputs

Leading Refereed Journal Papers

Breznitz, S M, Clayton P A, Defazio, D & Isett, K R. 2017. 'Have you been served? The impact of university entrepreneurial support on start-ups’ network formation' The Journal of Technology Transfer, pp. 1-25. DOI: 10.1007/s10961-017-9565-0

Defazio D., Lockett A. and Wright M. 2009. Funding incentives, collaborative dynamics and scientific production: Evidence from the EU Framework Programme. Research Policy, 38 (2): 293-305. DOI: 10.1016/j.respol.2008.11.008

Other Outputs

Breznitz S., Clayton P.A., D. Defazio, Isett K. 2015. Patterns and determinants of intra-organizational network formation among company-members of an entrepreneurial community. Paper presented at the Atlanta Conference on Science and Innovation Policy, Atlanta, US.

Doloreux D., Defazio D., and Rangdrol D. 2010. The socio-economic and innovation landscape of knowledge –intense business service in the Ottawa region. In Doloreux D., Freel M., and Shearmur R. (Eds), Knowledge intensive business services: an international comparison: geography and innovation. Ashgate: Farnham.

Defazio D., Souitaris V. 2010. Learning to spin-off by learning to license: individual learning processes in capability formation. Paper presented at Strategic Management Society Conference, Rome, Italy.

Souitaris V., Defazio D. 2008. Licensing or spinoffs? Success and failure experiences and the development of alternative capabilities in technology transfer organizations. Frontiers of Entrepreneurship Research, 28 (10).