Matthew David Good
University technology transfer, research commercialization, innovation, entrepreneurship, innovation support infrastructure, organization design
Originally from Canada, Matthew holds a BSc in Mechanical Engineering from the University of Alberta and an MSc in Innovation and Entrepreneurship from the University of Oslo. Previously, he has worked as an engineer in the electricity industry primarily with coal power plants and in government as a policy analyst for electricity infrastructure and other roles. As a researcher at the Center for Entrepreneurship, his attention is focused on how different universities structure their technology transfer and research commercialization activities and the various organizations and programs that support them.
- Good, Matthew; Knockaert, Mirjam; Soppe, Birthe & Wright, Mike (2018). The technology transfer ecosystem in academia. An organizational design perspective. Technovation. ISSN 0166-4972. . doi: 10.1016/j.technovation.2018.06.009
- Pershina, Raissa; Soppe, Birthe & Good, Matthew (2018). Friend or Foe? The adoption of Big Data in the creative industries. Academy of Management Global Proceedings. ISSN 2638-4892. Surrey
- Good, Matthew & Knockaert, Mirjam (2018). What Drives the Organizational Design of Technology Transfer Ecosystems?.
- Good, Matthew; Soppe, Birthe & Knockaert, Mirjam (2018). Bridging the Science-Market Gap: Towards a Typology of Technology Transfer Ecosystems in Academia.
- Pershina, Raissa; Soppe, Birthe & Good, Matthew (2018). Creative rationalization? The adoption of big data in the creative industries.
- Good, Matthew; Knockaert, Mirjam & Soppe, Birthe (2017). A typology of the organizational design of technology transfer infrastructures.
- Good, Matthew; Knockaert, Mirjam & Soppe, Birthe (2016). The interconnectedness of the university technology transfer infrastructure: An organizational design perspective.
- Good, Matthew; Soppe, Birthe & Knockaert, Mirjam (2015). An Organizational Typology of Technology Transfer: A study of Technology Transfer Ecosystems at Research Universities.