Dr. Nikolaus Seitz

Akademischer Rat
Wirtschaftswissenschaftliche Fakultät
Telefon: +49 821 598 - 4168
Fax: +49 821 598 - 4228
E-Mail: nikolaus.seitz@wiwi.uni-augsburg.de
Raum: 1302 (J)
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Adresse: Universitätsstraße 16, 86159 Augsburg

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Dr. Nikolaus Seitz ist Akademischer Rat und Habilitand am Lehrstuhl für Unternehmensführung und Organisation von Herrn Prof. Dr. Erik E. Lehmann. Darüber hinaus ist er Co-Geschäftsführer des Augsburg Center for Entrepreneurship (ACE) an der Universität Augsburg.

 

Im Rahmen seiner Forschungs- und Lehrtätigkeit beschäftigt sich Herr Seitz schwerpunktmäßig mit den Themen Corporate Innovation und Entrepreneurship. Neben Themen der Finanzierung interessiert sich Herr Seitz dabei inbesondere für die Rolle "weicher" und kultureller Faktoren.

 

Nikolaus Seitz studierte Betriebswirtschaftslehre an der Universität Augsburg. Die Schwerpunkte seines Studiums lagen in den Bereichen Unternehmensführung & Organisation sowie Internationales Management und Innovationsmanagement. Neben seinem Studium sammelte er u. a. praktische Erfahrungen in der Marketingagentur klink, liedig GmbH und dem Technologie Start-Up SkySails. Vor seiner Anstellung am Lehrstuhl war Herr Seitz als Assistent der Geschäftsführung bei der Godelmann KG für verschiedene Projekte im Bereich Digitalisierung, Sales und Organisationsentwicklung verantwortlich. Nikolaus Seitz ist zudem ausgebildeter Coach und Strategie-Trainer.

 

Ab dem 1.10.2019 vertritt Dr. Nikolaus Seitz die Professur für Betriebswirtschaftslehre, insbesondere für Wirtschaft in Japan an der Ludwigs-Maximilians-Universität, München. Für laufende Betreuungen steht Herr Dr. Seitz weiterhin zur Verfügung

Publikationen

Nikolaus Seitz
2019

2019

James A. Cunningham, Erik E. Lehmann, Matthias Menter und Nikolaus Seitz
The impact of university focused technology transfer policies on regional innovation and entrepreneurship

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Weitere Publikationen

A: Refereed book chapters

Corporate Accelerators Start-up Performance - Empirical Evidence. Academy of Management Proceedings, 2019, Boston (MA, USA) (with P. Haslanger and E. E. Lehmann), forthcoming. (HVB JQ 3: C)

Creativity and Entrepreneurship: Culture, Subculture, and New Venture Creation, in: Wagner, M., Valls-Pasola, J., Burger-Helmchen, T. (Eds.): The Global Management of Creativity, 2017, Creativity and Entrepreneurship: Culture, Subculture, and New Venture Creation, Routledge Publishing, 2017, 97-121, (with E. E. Lehmann).

Linking CSR to National Competitiveness and Innovation, in: University Evolution, Entrepreneurial Activity and Regional Competitiveness, Springer International Publishing, 261-284. DOI:10.1007/978-3-319-17713-7.

Ethische Verantwortung im Bereich Compliance, in: Compliance Officer, 2014, Springer Verlag, Heidelberg, 283-296, (mit T. Schwartz).

 

B. Conferences

Corporate Accelerators and Start-up Performance – Empirical Evidence. AOM Academy of Management, Boston (MA, USA), 9.-13. Aug. 2019 (with P. Haslanger).

Corporate Acceleration and Start-up Performance – Empirical Evidence. EURAM European Academy of Management, Lisboa, 26.-28. Jun. 2019 (with P. Haslanger).

Corporate Accelerators and Start-up Performance – Empirical Evidence. DRUID 19, Copenhagen Business School, Copenhagen, 19.-21. Jun. 2019, (with P. Haslanger).

Corporate Acceleration and Start-up Performance – Empirical Evidence. VHB Verband der Hochschullehrer für Betriebswirtschaftslehrer Jahrestagung, Rostock, 12-14. Jun. 2019, (with P. Haslanger).

Policy Mix: The Performance of Cluster vs. Excellence Policy and Regional Innovation. VHB Verband der Hochschullehrer für Betriebswirtschaftslehrer Jahrestagung, Rostock, 12.-14. Jun. 2019, (with D. B. Audretsch and M. Menter).

Performance of Technology Transfer Offices in Germany. Technology Transfer Society Annual Conference (T2S2018). Valencia, 17.-18. Oct. 2018, (with M. Menter).

Subcultures and Startup Ecosystems. 4th Geography of Innovation Conference, University of Barcelona. 31. Jan.-2 Feb. 2018.

Tolerance and Innovation: The Role of Institutional and Social Trust, Paper Presentation: XXVII Riunione Scientifica Annuale dell`Associazione Italiana Ingegeneria Gestionale on “Higher Education and Socio-Economic Development”, University of Bergamo, 13.-14. Oct. 2016.

Smart cities and the Creative Class, Paper Presentation: Technology Transfer Society Annual Conference 2015 on “Micro, Institutional and Practice Perspectives of Technology Transfer”, Dublin Institute of Technology, Dublin (IR), 28.-30. Oct. 2015.

 

C. Invited presentations/workshops

Policy Mix: The Performance of Cluster vs. Excellence Policy and Regional Innovation. Invited workshop participation, by David B. Audretsch (Indiana University), Berlin, 8.-9. Mar. 2019, (with M. Menter).

Corporate Acceleration and Corporate Performance. Creative Spark Workshop. Invited workshop participation, by David B. Audretsch (Indiana University), Berlin, 8.-9. Mar. 2019, (with P. Haslanger).

Corporate Acceleration and Startup Performance: Evidence from Germany. DRUID Young Researchers Workshop, Copenhagen Business School, Copenhagen, 17.-18. Jan. 2019, (with P. Haslanger).

Bought Innovation: The Role of the Regional Ecosystems in M&A Decisions. Evidence from Germany´s New Market, Berlin. Invited workshop participation: Indiana University & Henley Business School, Berlin, 8.-9. Mar. 2018.

Subcultures and Startup Ecosystems. Invited workshop participation; Knowledge Frontiers and Knowledge Boundaries in Europe (NFNB 2017), Free University of Bolzano, 12.-13. Sept- 2017 (with E. E. Lehmann).

Culture and Entrepreneurship, Paper Presentation: International Workshop on “Entrepreneurship from an Evolutionary Perspective: New Research Challenges” University of Barcelona, 6. Sept. 2016.

Creativity and Entrepreneurship: Culture, Subculture, and New Venture Creation, Paper Presentation: Workshop “Global Management of Creativity in the Digital Age. University of Augsburg, 18.-19. Feb. 2016.

Tolerance and Innovation, Paper Presentation: 2nd International Workshop on “Entrepreneurial Ecosystems, Innovation and Regional Competitiveness”, University of Reading, Henley Business School, Whiteknights (UK), 12.-13. Dec. 2014.

 

D. Recent paper projects

The Performance of Corporate Venture Capital – A Meta-Analysis (with P. Haslanger and E.E. Lehmann), under review at Strategic Entrepreneurship Journal. (VHB JQ 3: A)

Policy Mix: The Performance of Cluster vs. Excellence Policy and Regional Innovation. (with D. B. Audretsch, E. E. Lehmann and M. Menter), under review at Strategic Entrepreneurship Journal. (VHB JQ 3: A)

Corporate Accelerator and Start-up Performance – Empirical Evidence. (with P. Haslanger and E. E. Lehmann), in preparation for submission to Journal of Business Venturing. (VHB JQ 3: A)

Corporate Accelerator or Corporate Venture Capital – the Advantages and Disadvantages of Equity investments for Start-up Performance: A Comparative Analysis (with P. Haslanger), working paper.

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