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Dr Paul Windrum

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MA (Manchester), PhD (Manchester)
Associate Professor in Strategy

Division: Industrial Economics
Centre/Institute: Centre for Health Innovation, Leadership and Learning
E-mail: Paul.Windrum@nottingham.ac.uk
Tel: +44 (0) 115 9515486
Location: C41 (North Building, Jubilee Campus)

Paul is Deputy Director of Centre for Health Innovation, Leadership & Learning (CHILL)and Associate Professor of Strategy, specialising in the strategic management of innovation, innovation in services (public and private sector), and consumer demand.

He has co-edited two books on public and private services innovation; 'Innovation in Public Services: Entrepreneurship, Creativity, and Management', (with Per Koch) 2008, Cheltenham: Edward Elgar, and 'Public-Private Innovation Networks in Services' (with Faiz Gallouj and Luis Rubalcaba) 2013, Cheltenham: Edward Elgar. He has also co-edited special issues on Services Innovation (with Faiz Gallouj), 2009, in Journal of Evolutionary Economics; on Innovation, Qualitative Change and Economic Development (with Koen Frenken, Andreas Pyka and Bart Verspagen), 2010, in Structural Change and Economic Dynamics; and Regional Dimensions of Innovation (with Bart Verspagen), 2009, in Structural Change and Economic Dynamics.

Paul studied at the University of Manchester (Masters and Phd). Following his PhD, he worked at Manchester Business School (MBS) and PREST, and thereafter spent two years at the MERIT institute for innovation and technology in the Netherlands. Prior to his appointment at Nottingham he was a Reader and Deputy Director of the Centre for International Business & Innovation (CIBI) at MMU (2000-2009).

Paul was President of European Meeting of Applied Evolutionary Economics (EMAEE) from 2005 to 2007. He is a Visiting Professor at the Max Planck Institute for Economics in Jena, Germany. Paul has worked on many EU funded research projects on services and innovation. These include 'Collective Invention and European Policies' (COLLINE) 1997-1999; 'Simulating Self-Organising Innovation Networks' (SEIN) 1998-2001;'Innovation in the Public Sector' (PUBLIN) 2003-2006, and 'Public-Private Services Innovation' (ServPPIN) 2008-2011.

He is a Deputy Director of the Centre for Health Innovation Leadership & Learning (CHILL) at NUBS, responsible for external communications and seminar series. He currently sits on the Ethics Committee at NUBS. Paul is an Expert Panel Member on the thematic "CORE" Innovation in Services Programme, Luxembourg National Research Fund (FNR). He has advised the and Salford Royal NHS Foundation Trust on patient-centred diabetes education, has advised the Netherlands Environmental Assessment Agency on modelling the on the demand for cleaner technologies, and provides consultancy to a number of UK services and manufacturing firms.

He is an Associate Editor of the journal Structural Change and Economic Dynamics (published by Elsevier Science). Paul also has extensive experience of teaching and has been actively involved in PhD conferences in Europe and the USA, notably the European Meeting of Applied Evolutionary Economics (EMAEE), the Consortium on Cooperation & Competition (CCC), the Economics of Technological and Institutional Change (ETIC) Doctoral Training Program, and the DRUID Winter PhD Conference.


Research Interests
Strategic Management of Innovation, Innovation in Services (public and private sector), Health Innovation.

Administrative Roles
Student Complaints Officer
CHILL - Deputy Director of Centre for Health Innovation, Leadership & Learning
Research Design and Philosophy (PhD Programme) lecturer
International Business (Business Exec Programme) lecturer
MA/MSc
International Business Environment (MSc International Business Programme): module convenor and lecturer
Corporate Strategy (MSc Corporate Governance and Strategy Programme): Module convenor and lecturer
Strategic Management (Exec MSc): Module convenor and lecturer


Undergraduate

Strategic Innovation Management (N13610)


Details of all modules can be found on MyNottingham


External Exminerships & Validations
2015 - Ongoing    Alliance Manchester Business School
2010 - 2014    Newcastle University Business School


International Collaborations, Organisation & Contributions
- 2014    Winner of Best Track Paper in Innovation at 28th British Academy of Management Conference
Windrum, P., Haynes, M., and Thompson, P. Breaking the mirror: Modular encapsulation and Japanese dominance of the professional camera sub-market, 1955-1974.
 

Publications prior to 2005



Publications prior to 2005

Journal Articles

Windrum, P. (2004), "Leveraging technological externalities in complex technologies: Microsoft's exploitation of standards in the browser wars", Research Policy, Vol.33, pp.385-394.

Pyka, A.; Windrum, P. (2003), "The self-organisation of strategic alliances", Economics of Innovation and New Technology, Vol.12(3), pp.245-268.

Windrum, P. (2001), "Late entrant strategic in technological ecologies: Microsoft's use of standards in the browser wars", International Studies of Management and Organization, Vol.31(1), pp.87-105.

Windrum, P. (1999), "Simulation models of technological innovation: a review", American Behavioral Scientist, Vol.42(10), pp.1531-1550.

Windrum, P.; Tomlinson, P. (1999), "Knowledge-intensive services and international competitiveness: a four country comparison", Technology Analysis and Strategic Management, Vol.11(3), pp.391-408.

Windrum, P.; Birchenhall, C. (1998), "Is life cycle theory a special case?: dominant designs and the emergence of market niches through co-evolutionary learning", Structural Change and Economic Dynamics, Vol.9, pp.109-134.



Chapters in Books

Windrum, P. (2003), "Unlocking a lock-in: towards a model of technological succession", in Saviotti, P.P. (ed) Applied Evolutionary Economics: New Empirical Methods and Simulation Techniques, Cheltenham: Edward Elgar.

Windrum, P.; Berranger, P. (2003), "The adoption of e-business technology by SMEs", in Jones, O.; Tilley, F. (ed) Competitive Advantage in SMEs: Organising for Innovation and Entrepreneurship, Chichester: John Wiley & Sons.

Ahrweiler, P.; De Jong, S.; Windrum, P. (2002), "Evaluating innovation networks", in Pyka, A.; Küppers, G (ed) Economics of Innovation Networks: Theory and Practice, Cheltenham: Edward Elgar.

Windrum, P. (2002), "The role of knowledge-intensive business services in e-commerce networks", in Pyka, A.; Küppers, G (ed) Economics of innovation Networks: Theory and Practice, Cheltenham: Edward Elgar.

Flanagan, K.; Miles, I.; Windrum, P. (2000), "Web services: knowledge of the new", in Anderson, B.; Howells, J.; Hull, R.; Miles, I.; Roberts, J. (ed) Knowledge and Innovation in the New Service Economy, Cheltenham: Edward Elgar.

Windrum, P.; Birchenhall, C. (1998), "Developing simulation models with policy relevance: getting to grips with UK science policy", in Ahrweiler, P.; Gilbert, N. (ed) Computer Simulations in Science and Technology Studies, Berlin: Springer-Verlag.



Publications from 2005 to the present day

Journal Articles

Gallouj, F., Rubalcaba, L., Toivonen, M., and Windrum. P. (2018), "Understanding social innovation in services industries", Industry and Innovation, Vol.25 (6), pp. 551-569.

Windrum, P.; Frenken, K.; Green, L. (2018), "The importance of ergonomic design in product innovation. Lessons from the development of the portable computer", Industrial and Corporate Change, Vol.26(6), pp.953-971.

Windrum. P.; Schartinger, D.; Waring, J. (2018), "Co-creation of Social Innovations and New Professional Institutions: Diffusion of therapeutic patient education (TPE) for diabetes in Austria", Industry and Innovation, Vol.25 (6), pp.570-593.

Windrum, P.; Garcia-Goni, M.; Coad, H. (2016), "The impact of patient-centred versus didactic education programmes in chronic patients by serverity. The case of type 2 diabetes mellitus", Value in Health, Vol.19 (4), pp.353-362.

Windrum, P.; Schartinger, D.; Rubalcaba, L.; Gallouj, F.; Toivonen, M. (2016), "The Co-Creation of Multi-Agent Social Innovations: A Bridge Between Service and Social Innovation Research", European Journal of Innovation Management, Vol.19 (2), pp. 150-166.

Battisti, G.; Gallego, J.; Rubalcaba, L.; Windrum, P. (2015), "Open innovation in services: Knowledge sources, IPRs and internationalisation", Economics of Innovation and New Technology, Vol.24 (3), pp. 223-247.

Birchenhall, C.; Windrum, P. (2014), "Global warming: Technology, preferences and policy", Journal of Economics and Statistics, Vol.234 (2+4), pp. 366-387, Jahrbücher für National Ökonomie und Statistik..

Windrum, P. (2014), "Third sector organizations and the co-production of health innovations", Management Decision, Vol.52 (6), pp. 1046-1056.

Windrum, P.; Thompson, S.; Battisti, G. (2013), "Introduction to the special issue in honour of Peter Swann", Economics of Innovation and New Technology, Vol.22 (3), pp. 219-221.

Bohl, M.; Mcdonald, F.; Tueselmann, H.; Voronkova, S.; Windrum, P. (2011), "The German model of capitalism and the persistence of outward foreign direct investment: evidence from German manufacturing industries", Regional Economics, Vol.2 (26), pp. 119-125, (Russian Academy of Sciences).

Gallouj, F.; Windrum, P. (2009), "Services and Services Innovation", Journal of Evolutionary Economics, Vol.30(3), pp.141-148.

Windrum, P.; Ciarli, T.; Birchenhall, C. (2009), "Environmental impact, quality, and price: consumer trade-offs and the development of environmentally friendly technologies", Technological Forecasting and Social Change, Vol.76, pp.552-566.

Windrum, P.; Ciarli, T.; Birchenhall, C. (2009), "Consumer heterogeneity and the development of environmentally friendly technologies", Technological Forecasting and Social Change, Vol.76 (4), pp.533-551.

Windrum, P.; Diaz, C.; Filiou, D. (2009), "Exploring the relationship between technical and service characteristics", Journal of Evolutionary Economics, Vol.19(4), pp.567-588, Special Issue on the Product Characteristics Approach to Innovation Studies.

Windrum, P.; Reinstaller, A.; Bull, C. (2009), "The outsourcing productivity paradox: total outsourcing organisational innovation, and long run productivity growth", Journal of Evolutionary Economics, Vol.19 (2), pp.197-229.

Windrum, P.; Verspagen, B. (2009), "Regional Dimensions of Innovation", Structural Change and Economic Dynamics, Vol.20(3, August), pp.161-162, Guest editors of special issue.

Windrum, P.; García-Goñi, M. (2008), "A neo-Schumpeterian model of health services innovation", Research Policy, Vol.37(4), pp.649-672.

Allen, M.; Tueselmann, H.; El-Sa'id, H.; Windrum, P. (2007), "Sectoral collective agreements: Remuneration straitjackets for German workplaces?", Personnel Review, Vol.36(6), pp.963-977.

Windrum, P.; Fagiolo, G.; Moneta, A. (2007), "Empirical validation of agent-based models: alternatives and prospects", Journal of Artificial Societies and Social Simulation, Vol.10(2), pp.8.

Windrum, P. (2005), "Heterogeneous preferences and new innovation cycles in mature industries: the amateur camera industry 1955-1974", Industrial and Corporate Change, Vol.14(6), pp.1043-1074.

Windrum, P.; Birchenhall, C. (2005), "Structural change in the presence of network externalities: a co-evolutionary model of technological successions", Journal of Evolutionary Economics, Vol.15(2), pp.123-148.



Books

Gallouj, F.; Rubalcaba, L.; Windrum, P. (2013), Public-Private Innovation Networks in Services, Edward Elgar Publishing Limited.

Windrum, P.; Koch, P. (2008), ed Innovation in Public Services: Entrepreneurship, Creativity and Management, Cheltenham: Edward Elgar.



Chapters in Books

Windrum, P. (2013), "Multi- agent framework for understanding the success and failure of ServPPINs", in F. Gallouj, L. Rubalcaba, and P. Windrum (ed) Public-Private Sector Innovation Networks, pp. 88-103.

Windrum, P. (2013), "Role of third sector organizations in health innovation networks", in S. P. Osborne and L. Brown (ed) Handbook Of Innovation In Public Services, pp. 88-103, Cheltenham: Edward Elgar.

Windrum, P. (2013), "The co-production of health innovations", in F. Gallouj, L. Rubalcaba, and P. Windrum (ed) Public-Private Sector Innovation Networks, (pp. 228-246), Cheltenham: Edward Elgar.

Windrum, P.; Garica-goni, M.; Fairhurst, E. (2010), "Innovation in public health care: Diabetes education in the UK", in Handbook of Innovation in Services, F. Gallouj, F. Djellal, and C. Gallouj. Cheltenham: Edward Elgar..

García-Goñi, M.; Windrum, P. (2009), "New approaches to health care innovation: information for chronic patients", in Font, J-C.; Courbage, C.; McGuire, A. (ed) The Economics of New Health Technologies: Incentives, Organisation and Financing, pp. 159-192, Oxford: Oxford University Press.

Reinstaller, A.; Windrum, P. (2009), "Short-term gain, long-term pain? Implications of outsourcing for organisational innovation and productivity", in Morroni, M. (ed) Corporate Governance, Organisation and the Firm: Co-operation and Outsourcing in a Globalised Market, p.123-147, Cheltenham: Edward Elgar.

Windrum, P. (2008), "Innovation in Public Services", in Windrum, P.; Koch, P. (ed) Innovation in Public Services: Entrepreneurship, Creativity and Management, Cheltenham: Edward Elgar.

Windrum, P. (2008), "Patient-centred diabetes education in the UK", in Windrum, P.; Koch, P. (ed) Innovation in Public Services: Entrepreneurship, Creativity, and Management, Cheltenham: Edward Elgar.

Windrum, P.; Koch, P. (2008), "Innovation in Public Services: Entrepreneurship, Creativity, and Management", Cheltenham: Edward Elgar.

Hölzl, W.; Reinstaller, A.; Windrum, P. (2007), "Organisational innovation, information technology, and outsourcing to business services", in Rubalcaba, L.; Kox, H. (ed) Business Services in European Economic Growth, London: palgrave MacMillan.

Windrum, P. (2007), "Innovation in Services", in Hanisch, H.; Pyka, A. (ed) The Edward Elgar Compnion to Neo-Schumpeterian Economics, p.633-646, Cheltenham: Edward Elgar.

Windrum, P. (2007), "Neo-Schumpeterian simulation models", in Hanisch, H.; Pyka, A. (ed) The Edward Elgar Companion to Neo-Schumpeterian Economics, p.405-439, Cheltenham: Edward Elgar.

Fagiolo, G.; Moneta, A.; Windrum, P. (2006), "Confronting agent-based models with data: methodological issues and open problems", in Bruun, C. (ed) Advances in Artificial Economics. The Economy as a Complex Dynamic System, (584), p.255-267, Springer-Verlag, Series: Lecture Notes in Economics and Mathematical Systems, Berlin and Heidelberg.

 

 

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