Tilburg School of Economics and Management
Department of Marketing
Ph.D.: 2003, Erasmus University Rotterdam, Partner selection in business markets - A structural embeddedness perspective.
Current position: Associate Professor of Marketing
Awards and Grants
Winner of the KVS-Penning (Koninklijke Vereniging voor Staathuishoudkunde; Royal Society for Economics). The Penning and a prize of ?5000 are awarded to ?the best PhD dissertation defended at an Economics Faculty in The Netherlands in the years 2003 and 2004?.
Finalist for the Marketing Science Prize, an initiative of the Dutch Platform for Innovation in Marketing to identify the marketing dissertation defended at a Dutch university in 2003 and 2004 that is considered most innovative and relevant for practice.
Winner of the 2000 ISBM Business Marketing Doctoral Support Award Competition (51 participants), Pennsylvania State University; named ISBM Business Marketing Doctoral Fellow. Award: $5000.
Institute for the Study of Business Markets (Pennsylvania State University): grant ($10,000) for the study on outsourcing, 2006 (with Alka Citrin and Aric Rindfleisch).
NWO-VENI grant (2006), for three-year research project "Innovation and the governance of exchange in technology-intensive industries: A network perspective".
EUR-Fellowship (2004), a cross-faculty grant awarded by the Erasmus University Rotterdam to ?talented young researchers?.
Marketing Science Institute: grant ($6500) for study with Shantanu Dutta on the dimensions of radical product innovation.
Institute for the Study of Business Markets (Pennsylvania State University): grant ($2500) for the study of interfirm networks, 2001 (with Shantanu Dutta and Stefan Stremersch)
Institute for the Study of Business Markets (Pennsylvania State University): grant ($5000) for study on embedded partner selection, 1999 (with Stefan Stremersch, Christophe Van den Bulte and Philip Hans Franses)
Center for Economics of Increasing Returns (Nyenrode University): grant ($5000) for study on embedded partner selection, 1999 (with Stefan Stremersch, Christophe Van den Bulte and Philip Hans Franses)
Nederlandse Vereniging voor Inkoopmanagement (NEVI): grant (?10,000) as overall support for PhD dissertation.
Netherlands Organization for Scientific Research (NWO): grant (?5000) for research visit University Southern California.
Last amended: 23 October 2012