Ana Garcia Granero has a degree in Economics and a Master in Business Strategy. Her research profile here >
In June 2013 she obtained a PhD from the University of Valencia. She has been a researcher at INGENIO (CSIC -UPV) and Grenoble Ecole de Management (GEM).
Currently she is Assistant Professor at the University of Valencia, where she teaches courses related to business strategy.
Her main research interests include
- open innovation
- organizational desig
- top management teams.
She has published in journals including Innovation: Management, Policy & Practice and Journal of Business Research.
Olmos-Peñuela, J., García-Granero, A., Castro-Martínez, E., & D’Este, P. (2017). Strengthening SMEs’ innovation culture through collaborations with public research organizations. Do all firms benefit equally?. European Planning Studies, 1-20.
Garcia-Granero, A., Llopis-Corcoles, O., Fernandez-Mesa, A., y Alegre, J. (2015). Unraveling the link between managerial risk-taking and innovation: the mediating role of a risk-taking climate. Journal of Business Research, 68(5) 1094-1104.
Edwards-Schachter, M., García-Granero, A., Sánchez-Barrioluengo, M., Quesada-Pineda, H., & Amara, N. (2015). Disentangling competences: Interrelationships on creativity, innovation and entrepreneurship. Thinking Skills and Creativity, 16, 27-39
García-Granero, A., Vega-Jurado, J., & Alegre, J. (2014). Shaping the firm’s external search strategy. Innovation: management, policy & practice, 16(3), 417-429.
García-Granero, A., Vega-Jurado, J., & Alegre-Vidal, J. (2014). Is R&D Enough to Take Advantage From External Knowledge?: Focusing on Coordination Mechanisms. Journal of technology management & innovation, 9(2), 118-130.