The goal of this webpage is to bring together my academic research in one place.
(Latest update: December 2017)
I study the long patterns of technological and organizational change, based on a multi-disciplinary approach, with a focus on complex technological artifacts and technological systems (ICT, transportation, energy…). To do so, I study the historical evolution of technologies and organizations, and I develop models of innovation processes with a focus on agent-based models, using evolutionary and complexity theories.
I received a PhD in Economics from the University of Bordeaux, based on the dissertation written in the Research Unit in Theoretical and Applied Economics (GREThA). Since then, I cultivate my research and teaching experience in various places: the School of Innovation Sciences (ECIS) at the Eindhoven University of Technology (The Netherlands), the Social and Decision Sciences Department (SDS) at Carnegie Mellon University (Pittsburgh PA, USA), and now the Innovation Management and Policy (IMP) division of the Alliance Manchester Business School at the University of Manchester (UK).
My research interests tab provides an overview of my current, past and future research. The papers tab gathers a set of my publications and working papers, with abstracts. Then, you can find my extended academic CV. You can contact me as well, via the contact form.
Current project “Modeling the Behavioral Foundations of Strategy” (2016-2018) with Mercedes Bleda and Mark Healey, at Alliance Manchester Business School.