GBN Welcome Dr. Martin Bliemel

Dr. Martin Bliemel

This month, our bionano research group welcomes Dr. Martin Bliemel as a collaborator. Martin Bliemel is a Lecturer in Innovation and Entrepreneurship, and is apart of the School of Strategy and Entrepreneurship at the Australian School of Business.  He is also the Director of the Centre for Innovation and Entrepreneurship (CIE), which administers the Diploma in Innovation Management, a multi-disciplinary undergraduate diploma, unique to UNSW. Martin’s research is on the use and development of entrepreneurial networks and his research interests include the following:

Recent Publications 

  • 2010 Bliemel, M., McCarthy, I., Maine, E. ‘A Typology of Entrepreneurial Network Configurations: Integration of Network Structures and Flows’ 7th AGSE International Entrepreneurship Research Exchange, University of the Sunshine Coast, Queensland, Australia (ISBN: 978-0-9803328-6-5)
  • 2009 Bliemel, M., McCarthy, I., Maine, E. ‘In Search of Entrepreneurial Network Configurations: Using Q-Analysis to Study Network Structures and Flow’ in Closing the Innovation Gap: Theory and Practice. Proceedings of the 4th European Conference on Technology Management, Dekkers, R. (ed.); 6-8 September 2009, Glasgow. Paisley: University of the West of Scotland, 2009 (ISBN: 978-1-903978-41-2). (Winner of the overall Best Paper Award, sponsored by Arthur D. Little)
  • 2008 Bliemel, M., McCarthy, I. ‘Networks of dedicated biotechnology and service firms in Vancouver’ Journal of Commercial Biotechnology (
  • 2008 Bliemel, M., Maine, E. ‘The Impact of Embeddedness on the Performance of New Technology Based Firms (NTBFs): A Literature Review’ International Journal of Technoentrepreneurship,1(3), p. 313-341 (
  • 2007 Bliemel, M. ‘Embeddedness and New-Technology Based Firm Growth: A Study of New Technology-Based Firms in the Vancouver Biotech and New Media Clusters’. In F. Chee (Ed.), Location-based Awareness: Research on local systems of innovation in the Greater Vancouver Regional District (pp. 60-73). Compendium published by the Centre for Policy Research on Science and Technology, Simon Fraser University

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