Date/Time: Monday 13 November, 16:00 - 17:30
Venue: Room 1.11, Newcastle University Business School
Speaker: Dr Pablo Muñoz, Associate Professor in Business and Sustainable Change, University of Leeds
Drawing on four recent international research projects and my own learning, in this seminar I will present and discuss how can we influence practice and mobilise action through and along our research, beyond traditional dissemination activities. I will offer and elaborate on four types of recursive research impact strategies, discuss how can we embed impact in our own research designs and also develop ways for better capturing and understanding the results of the interventions we articulate from our own research projects.
An alumni of the Newcastle ICE programme, Dr. Muñoz research focuses on sustainable entrepreneurship; enterprise and local development and alternative forms of organising and value exchange. His work has been published in top-tier management journals, both academic and practitioner-oriented; including Journal of Business Venturing, California Management Review, International Small Business Journal, Journal of Business Research, Technological Forecasting and Social Change, among others. It has also been referenced in popular and specialised media such as Fast Company, Shareable, The European Business Review, The Telegraph, The Network for Business Sustainability and America Economia. He is part of the Editorial Boards of the Journal of Business Venturing and the International Journal of Entrepreneurial Behaviour & Research.