Experts in Teams from a researcher’s perspective

Peggy Kelterborn, Scientific Associate, Faculty of Economics, IImenau University of Technology.

Peggy has worked as a research assistant for a project investigating the factors of innovative start-ups’ success (from 2007 to 2010). Afterwards she earned her Master degree in 2012 and later on she entered in an international graduate school “The Economics of Innovative Change”, jointly offered by the Max Planck Institute of Economics and the Friedrich Schiller University (both in Jena).

In her PhD thesis she analyzed the intersection of psychology and economics, for the better understanding of the micro-foundation of entrepreneurship. During her research stay at the University of Southern Denmark in 2014, she empirically investigated the psychological phenomena of the generation of business ideas in teams.

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Introduction to disruption

  • What do we know about the link between interdisciplinary teamwork and economics?
  • What are the determinants of innovative new venture formation’ success?
  • What are the learned lessons from the work within interdisciplinary teams?
  • Testing theoretical predictions: Research on Experts in Teams.

Experts in Teams from a researcher’s perspective

Peggy Kelterborn, Scientific Associate, Faculty of Economics, IImenau University of Technology.