Associate Professor
Department of Management

Martin Goossen

NORFOLK, 23529

Associate professor in the Department of Management of ODU's Strome College of Business with teaching and research activities in the area of strategy, innovation, and entrepreneursip. Currently interim associate dean for graduate programs with a particular responsibility for the MBA program.


Strategy, Technological innovation, Intellectual property

Research Interests

Technological innovation, Intellectual property rights, Pharmaceutical and medical, Venture capital, Social networks


Desyllas, P., Goossen, M. and Phelps, C. Investors’ reactions to alliance-engendered acquisition ambiguity: Evidence from U.S. technology deals. Journal of Management Studies.
Jain, S., Islam, H., Goossen, M. and Nair, A. (2023). Social movements and institutional entrepreneurship as facilitators of technology transition: the case of free/open-source software. Research Policy 52 (2) , pp. 104672.
Ogink, R., Goossen, M., Romme, G. and Akkermans, H. (2023). Mechanisms in open innovation: A review and synthesis of the literature. Technovation 119 (102621).
Rua-Gomez, C., Carnabuci, G. and Goossen, M. Reaching for the stars: How gender influences the formation of high-status collaboration ties. Academy of Management Journal.
Goossen, M. and Paruchuri, S. (2022). Measurement errors and estimation biases with incomplete social networks: replication studies on intra-firm inventor network analysis. Research Policy 51 (1) , pp. 104404.
Goossen, M. and Carnabuci, G. (2020). When employees walk out the door, their memories remain: The effect of inventor mobility on patent renewal. Advances in Strategic Management 41 , pp. 245-265.
Wagner, S. and Goossen, M. (2018). Knowing me, knowing you: inventor mobility and the formation of technology-oriented alliances. Academy of Management Journal 61 (6).

Book Chapters

Paruchuri, S., Goossen, M. and Phelps, C. (2019). Conceptual foundations of multilevel social networks The handbook of multilevel theory, measurement, and analysis (pp. pp. 201-221) Washington, DC: American Psychological Association.