Mr Gary Chapman

Job: Lecturer in Business and Management

Faculty: Business and Law

School/department: Leicester Castle Business School

Address: Hugh Aston Building, De Montfort University

T: Ext 7863

E: gary.chapman@dmu.ac.uk

W: https://dmu.ac.uk/bal

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Research interests/expertise

(Open) Innovation

Innovation Policy

Attitudes

Courses taught

CORP1502 Understanding Business

CORP2165 Contemporary Management 

Recent research outputs

Chapman, G., Lucena, A. and Afcha, S. R&D Subsidies & External Collaborative Breadth: Differential Gains and the Role of Collaboration Experience. Research Policy (ABS 4 and FT Top 50), Forthcoming. 

Chapman, G. and Hewitt-Dundas, N. The effect of public support on senior manager attitudes to innovation. Technovation (ABS 3), Forthcoming. 

Messina, L., Chapman, G. and Hewitt-Dundas, N. Gender Composition of R&D teams and Firm’s Propensity to Engage in Open Innovation. (Forthcoming

Chapman, G. and Yacoub, G. 2016. Home and/or Away: The impact of multi-level public support on local and international collaboration. Academy of Management Proceedings. AOM, Calfornia. 

Hewitt-Dundas, N., Burns, C. and Chapman, G. 2016. Additionality of incubator support on networks of university spin-out firms. In Ahrweiler, P., Gilbert, N. and Pyka, A. 2016. Joining complexity science and social simulation for innovation policy: Agent-based modelling using the SKIN platform. Cambridge Scholars Publishing, United Kingdom.   

Chapman, G. 2015. How effective are R&D subsidies? Research briefing for IntertradeIreland’s Community of Researchers initiative.

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