Bio

Lien is an assistant professor in Entrepreneurship in the Department of Management. Her research interests include business model development and evolution in nascent industries, technology-market linking in technology ventures and the impact of founder characteristics on new venture start-up and growth.

Prior to joining Tilburg University, Lien was a postdoctoral scholar at the Lloyd Greif Center for Entrepreneurial Studies at the Marshall School of Business, University of Southern California (Los Angeles, CA, USA). Lien got her PhD from the Department of Management, Innovation and Entrepreneurship at Ghent University in 2015. 

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Recent publications

  1. The impact of customer ties and industry segment maturity on business…

    Denoo, L., Yli-Renko, H., & Clarysse, B. (2021). The impact of customer ties and industry segment maturity on business model adaptation in an emerging industry. Strategic Entrepreneurship Journal.
  2. Surviving the emotional rollercoaster called entrepreneurship - The r…

    De Cock, R., Denoo, L., & Clarysse, B. (2020). Surviving the emotional rollercoaster called entrepreneurship: The role of emotion regulation. Journal of Business Venturing, 35(2), [105936].
  3. Sold, not bought - Market orientation and technology as drivers of ac…

    Renko, M., Yli-Renko, H., & Denoo, L. (2020). Sold, not bought: Market orientation and technology as drivers of acquisitions of private biotechnology ventures. Journal of Business Venturing, [106022].
  4. Escaping the founder identity trap - A process view on business model…

    Van Boxstael, A., & Denoo, L. (2020). Escaping the founder identity trap: A process view on business model design during new venture creation. In K. Sund, R. Galavan, & M. Bogers (Eds.), Business Models and Cognition (Vol. 4, pp. 57-94). (New Horizons in Managerial and Organizational Cognition). Emerald Publishing. https://www.emerald.com/insight/content/doi/10.1108/S2397-521020200000004005/full/html
  5. A knowledge-based view of managing dependence on a key customer - Sur…

    Yli-Renko, H., Denoo, L., & Janakiraman, R. (2020). A knowledge-based view of managing dependence on a key customer: Survival and growth outcomes for young firms. Journal of Business Venturing, 35(6), [106045].

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