Michael Roach, Ph.D.
Visiting Assistant Professor of Strategy
Duke University - Fuqua School of Business
michael.roach at duke dot edu
Sauermann, H. & Roach, M. 2012 “Science PhD Career Preferences: Levels, Changes, and Advisor Encouragement“ PLoS ONE 7(5). (Public Library of Science is a peer-reviewed, open-access, online journal for scientific research. The findings of this article have been featured in Science and Nature.)
PAPERS UNDER REVIEW & WORKING PAPERS
“When Do Firms Use Academic Research? Firm Orientation in the Sourcing of External Knowledge for Innovation” (revise & resubmit at Strategic Management Journal)
“Not All Scientists Pay to be Scientists: Heterogeneous Preferences for Publishing in Industrial Research” with Henry Sauermann (revise & resubmit at Research Policy)
“Taste for Science, Taste for Commercialization, and Hybrid Scientists” with Henry Sauermann
AWARDS, HONORS AND GRANTS
Kauffman Foundation Junior Faculty Fellowship in Entrepreneurship Research, 2012-2014, $40,000
National Science Foundation, “The Evolving University Research Enterprise,” 2012-2014, $389,698 (SciSIP-1158755 with Maryann Feldman and Janet Bercovitz)
Best Young Scholar Paper Award, DRUID Summer Conference 2011 (with Henry Sauermann)
UNC Kenan-Flagler MBA Faculty “All Star” Teaching Award 2011
Georgia Research Alliance/Ewing Marion Kauffman Foundation “Knowledge Flows under the Microscope: The Transition of Science & Engineering PhDs to Startups and Established Firms,” 2009-2010, $16,000 (with Henry Sauermann)
John W. Hartman Foundation for Small and Medium Enterprises, Duke University, 2005-2006, $11,000 (with Wes Cohen).
National Science Foundation, “The Dynamics of Online Learning Communities,” Societal Dimensions of Engineering, Science & Technology (SES-0135602), 2002-2004, $72,480 (with Gerardine DeSanctis).