My main streams of research focus the evolution of technologies and industries with a focus on how companies can manage and exploit opportunities during different evolutionary stages. My work is interdisciplinary and I draw on insights from sociology and psychology to address novel questions in technology, entrepreneurship and strategy research. An essential driver of all of my research is a close engagement with the phenomenon of interest. I am deeply committed to field methods, and often use interviews, ethnography and in-depth archival research, which I combine with quantitative analyses and online experiments when appropriate.
My work has been published in the main journals in management and sociology like the Administrative Science Quarterly, Organization Science and American Sociological Review.