Dr.ing. Tim de Leeuw

Dr.ing. Tim de Leeuw

Associate Professor
Expertisegebieden: Context (Sociology, Technology), Family Business (Strategy and Innovation), Finance (Venture Capital), Information Technology (Data Center Management), Management & Organisation (Innovation Management, Research and Development), Quantitative Methods (Business Research Methods, Statistics), Strategy & Innovation (Entrepreneurship, Process Innovation, Product Innovation, Strategic Innovation)

Biografie

Tim is a tenured Associate Professor and the Academic Director of the Dutch Part-time MSc in business administration at TIAS School for Business and Society at the Tilburg University. He is also the chairman of the board of examiners of TIAS. 

Moreover, Tim is developing blended (a combination of online and in-class) courses, and lecturing on research methods, quantitative methods, academic writing, analytical skills, publishing, survey development, multi-variate analyses etc. Furthermore, Tim is supervising multiple PhD candidates. In his previous function as division director of the PhD programs he has developed a system to monitor the progress of external PhD candidates.

His research interests include intra- and inter-organizational relations (e.g., strategic alliances, corporate venturing, joint ventures, and mergers and acquisitions), organizational performance, open innovation, corporate innovation, entrepreneurship, leadership, and big data. His work has been published in leading international scientific journals like Research Policy, the Journal of Cleaner Production, the Journal of Business Research, the Journal of Engineering and Technology Management, and the Journal of Wuhan University of Technology (see www.tdeleeuw.com for an overview of recent work). Tim was also an Associate Editor, Journal of Cleaner Production, special issue “Innovative Products and Services for Sustainable Societal Development”.

In addition to academic research Tim actively makes the connection between academic research and practice via seminars and presentations for organizations.

Previously he worked as a senior scientific researcher on a project funded by the national science foundation (NWO-TOP). The project aims to identify success factors of entrepreneurship and is called: “High Performance in the Networked Creative Industry: The role of ambition and collaboration.” at Tilburg University, in the School of Economics and Management.

Tim obtained his PhD from Eindhoven University of Technology in the Department of Industrial Engineering and Innovation Sciences with this dissertation: Collaboration and You: The Performance Implications and the Antecedents of Diversity in Inter-Organizational Relations Portfolios. 

Before this he graduated summa cum laude and top of his class in the Organization Science master’s program at Tilburg University’s Department of Social and Behavioral Sciences. Tim obtained his bachelor’s degree in industrial engineering (including an additional honors program of 48 ECTS in applied psychology and academic skills) from Fontys University of Applied Sciences.

Tim has sat on several student councils, of which his two-year role as chairman of the Fontys University student council was one of the highlights. He has also participated in many part-time projects at various organizations.

Publicaties

  • De Leeuw, T., & Keil, S. (2020). Combining Multiple Secondary Databases: An Empirical Evaluation of Different Matching Methods. Sociological Methods and Research, in press. Impact Factor (5y): 5.58.
  • De Leeuw, T., Gilsing, V., & Duysters G. (2019). Greater Adaptivity or Greater Control?  Adaptation of IOR Portfolios in Response to Technological Change. Research Policy (48): 1586-1600. Impact Factor (5y): 7.07. Download the publication: Here or https://doi.org/10.1016/j.respol.2018.12.003
  • Kantola, J., Liu, Y., Peura, P., De Leeuw, T., Zhang, Y., Naaranoja, M., Segev, A., & Huisingh, D. (2018). Special Volume: Innovative Products and Services for Sustainable Societal Development. Amsterdam, The Netherlands. Elsevier, Journal of Cleaner Production. Impact Factor (5y): 6.35.  https://www.sciencedirect.com/journal/journal-of-cleaner-production/vol/162/suppl/S
  • Kantola, J., Liu, Y., Peura, P., De Leeuw, T., Zhang, Y., Naaranoja, M., Segev, A., & Huisingh, D. (2017). Innovative Products and Services for Sustainable Societal Development: Current reality, future potential, and challenges. Journal of Cleaner Production (162): 1-10. Impact Factor (5y): 6.35. Download the publication: Here or https://doi.org/10.1016/j.jclepro.2017.07.091
  • De Leeuw, T., & Gössling, T. (2016). Theorizing Change Revisited: An Amended Process Model of Institutional Innovations and Changes in Institutional Fields. Journal of Cleaner Production (135): 435-448. Impact Factor (5y): 6,21. Download the publication: Here or http://dx.doi.org/10.1016/j.jclepro.2016.06.119
  • De Leeuw, T., & Keijl, S. (2016). Combining Firm-Level Secondary Data: Different Matching Methods Do Not Match. Academy of Management 2016 Conference best paper proceedings (Technology, Innovation and Management division). Download the publication: AoM-best-paper-2016 and the full paper: https://doi.org/10.5465/ambpp.2016.316
  • Haans, R. F. J., De Leeuw, T., & Van den Born, A. (2016). Diversity’s Contingent Effects on Innovation and Opportunity Recognition: The Role of Entrepreneurial Self-Efficacy. Academy of Management 2016 Conference best paper proceedings (Entrepreneurschip division). Download the publication: AoM-best-paper-2016 and the full paper: https://doi.org/10.5465/ambpp.2016.172
  • Kantola, J., Liu, Y., Zhang, Y., Segev, A., De Leeuw, T., Naaranoja, M., & Peura, P. (2015). Innovative Products and Services for Sustainable Societal Development (CfP). Journal of Cleaner Production,(93): 1-4. Impact Factor (5y): 6.35. Download the publication: Here or http://dx.doi.org/10.1016/j.jclepro.2015.01.067
  • De Leeuw T, Keijl S. (2015). Combining Secondary Data: Different Matching Methods and Does it Matter.Academy of Management 2015 Conference best paper proceedings. Download the publication: AoM best paper
  • De Leeuw T, Lokshin B, Duysters G. (2014). Returns to Alliance Portfolio Diversity: The Relative Effects of Partner Diversity on Firm’s Innovative Performance and Productivity. Journal of Business Research (67)9: 1839-1849.Impact Factor (5y): 2.32. (Dissertation paper). Download the publication: doi:10.1016/j.jbusres.2013.12.005
  • Sabidussi A, Lokshin B, De Leeuw T, Duysters G, Bremmers H, Omta O. (2014). A Comparative Perspective on External Technology Sourcing Modalities: The Role of Synergies. Journal of Engineering and Technology Management (33): 18–31. Impact Factor (5y): 2.08. Download the publication: doi:10.1016/j.jengtecman.2014.02.001