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SALVADOR Elisa

e.mail : elisa.salvador@essca.fr

FORMATION / EDUCATION

Doctorat (Avril 2010) en “Analyse Comparé du Droit, Économie et Institutions” (IEL, PhD Programme International), Collegio Carlo Alberto, Turin (Italie), organisé par CLEI, Centre pour l’Analyse Comparé du Droit et Économie, Économie du Droit, Économie des Institutions (Cornell University, Ithaca, NY, École Polytechnique, Paris, Université de Gent, Belgium, Université de Turin, Italie) / International PhD Programme in “Institutions, Economics & Law (IEL)”, Collegio Carlo Alberto, University of Turin, XXII Cycle, Subject of the thesis: “Research Spin-off Firms in Italy”, defended on April 26th 2010. Scientific sector: Applied Economics.

RECHERCHE ET ENSEIGNEMENT / RESEARCH AND TEACHING INTERESTS

Thèmes de recherche / Research interests

Croissance et perspectives d’innovation des entreprises spin-off de recherche et start-ups ; PMEs ; Industries Culturelles et Creatives / Research spin-off firms and start-ups growth and innovation perspectives; SMEs; Cultural and Creative Industries

Cours enseignés / Teaching interests

Microéconomie (ESSCA, Boulogne-Billancourt)
Macroéconomie (ESSCA, Boulogne-Billancourt)
Introduction au Management (ESSCA, Boulogne-Billancourt)
Leadership (ESSCA, Angers)

PUBLICATIONS / PUBLICATIONS

Articles dans des revues académiques / Papers published in refereed journals

1. Benghozi P.-J., Salvador E. (2016) « Investment strategies in the value chain of the book publishing sector: how and where the R&D someway matter in creative industries? », Technology Analysis&Strategic Management (CNRS 3), vol. 28, n. 5, pp. 568-582;
2. Benghozi P.-J., Salvador E. (2015) « Technological competition: a path towards commoditization or differentiation? Some evidence from a comparison of e-book readers », Systèmes d’Information et Management (SIM), (CNRS 2), vol. 20, n. 3, pp. 97-135;
3. Benghozi P.-J., Salvador E. (2015)  » Technological innovation and R&D, the disregarded dimension of the creative industries: the case of book publishing”, Special Issue, Les industries culturelles européennes dans la globalisation numérique, Economia della Cultura, a. XXV, n. 2, pp. 255-267.
4. Benghozi P.-J., Salvador E., Simon J.-P. (2015), “Looking for R&D in the creative industries”, features, technical innovations, Communications & Strategies (CNRS 4), n. 99, 3rd Q., pp. 171-181.
5. Simon J.-P., Benghozi P.-J., Salvador E. (2015), “The new middlemen of the digital age: the case of cinema”, info, vol. 17, n. 6, pp. 97-115.
6. Mariotti I., Salvador E. (2015) “On-park and off-park research spin-offs: some insights from an empirical investigation on Italy”, International Journal of Entrepreneurship and Innovation Management, (CNRS 4), Special Issue on Inspired by Silicon Valley: a Cheap Copy or a Masterpiece?, vol. 19, n. 5/6, pp. 405-422;
7. Salvador E., Benghozi P.-J. (2015) “Research spin-off firms: does the university involvement really matter?”, selected by the scientific committee of EIDEV as one of the 7 best articles of the conference. Special Issue EIDEV 2013, published by the Revue Management International (CNRS 3), vol. 19, n. 2, pp. 22-39;
8. Benghozi P.-J., Salvador E. (2014) “Are traditional industrial partnerships so strategic for research spinoff development? Some evidence from the Italian case”, Entrepreneurship&Regional Development: an International Journal (CNRS 3), vol. 26 (1-2): 47-79. This article has been included in the online article collection as one of the most downloaded articles published in Routledge Social Sciences journals in 2014;
9. Salvador E., Pinot de Villechenon F., Lopez-Rizzo H. (2014) “European SMEs and the Brazilian market: the key role of social networks”, European Business Review (CNRS 3), vol. 26, n. 4, pp. 368-388;
10. Salvador E., Mariotti I., Conicella F. (2013) “Science Park or Innovation Cluster? Similarities and differences in physical and virtual firms’ agglomeration phenomena”, International Journal of Entrepreneurial Behaviour&Research (CNRS 4), vol. 19, n. 6, pp. 656-674;
11. Salvador E., Montagna F., Marcolin F. (2013) “Clustering recent trends in the Open Innovation
literature for SME strategy improvements”, International Journal of Technology, Policy and Management (IJTPM), vol. 13, n. 4, pp. 354-376;
12. Bureau S., Salvador E., Fendt J. (2012) “Small firms and the growth stage: can entrepreneurship
education programmes be supportive?”, Industry and Higher Education, vol. 26 (2): 79-100;
13. Salvador E., Rolfo S. (2011) “Are incubators and science parks effective for research spin-offs? Evidence from Italy”, Science and Public Policy, vol. 38 (3): 170-184;
14. Salvador E. (2011) “How effective are research spin-off firms in Italy?”, Revue d’Économie Industrielle (CNRS 3), n. 133, 1er trimestre, pp. 99-122;
15. Salvador E. (2011) “Are science parks and incubators good « brand names » for spin-offs? The case study of Turin”, Journal of Technology Transfer (CNRS 3), vol. 36 (2): 203-232;
16. Salvador E. (2009) “Evolution of Italian universities’ rules for spin-offs: the usefulness of formal regulations”, Industry and Higher Education, vol. 23 (6): 445-462;
17. Salvador E. (2008) “Regional Innovation Policies in the United Kingdom: the New Industry-HEIs
Relationship and the Role of Science Parks”, Revista Galega de Economia, vol. 17 (1): 1-23;
18. Salvador E. (2007) “The Financing of Research Spin-off Firms in Italy”, Piccola Impresa/Small Business, n. 1: 75-107;
19. Salvador E., Harding R. (2006) “Innovation Policy at the Regional Level: the Case of Wales”, International Journal of Foresight and Innovation Policy, vol. 2 (3/4): 304-326;

Ouvrages ou chapitres d’ouvrages / Books or chapters in books

Benghozi P.-J., Salvador E. (2014) “Strategies and business models of online platforms in CCIs: convergence or differentiation in the e-book sector?”, in Schramme A., Kooyman R. (Ed.), Hagoort G. (2014), “Beyond Frames. Dynamics between the creative industries, knowledge institutions and the urban context”, Eburon Academic Press, Delft, ISBN 9789059728844, pp. 96-104.
Salvador E. (2012) “Italian science parks and incubators: some considerations arising from a questionnaire investigation on research spin-off firms”, in Marina Dabić (2012), ed., “Do we need the
entrepreneurial university? Triple helix perspective”, University of Zagreb, pp. 65-88.

Actes de colloques / Conference proceedings

a) Benghozi P.-J., Salvador E. (2015), “Technological competition: a path towards commoditization or differentiation? Some evidence from the e-book readers’ comparison”, Ecole d’été en économie numérique (E3-N), Faculté de Sciences Economiques de l’Université de Rennes 1, CREM, les 6 et 7 juillet;
b) Benghozi P.-J., Salvador E. (2015), “The digital publishers’ agenda: a matter of book content?”, XIIIth International Conference on Arts and Cultural Management AIMAC 2015, Aix-Marseille, France, June 26th – July 1st;
c) Benghozi P.-J., Salvador E., Simon J.-P. (2015), “The new middlemen of the digital age: the case of cinema”, XIIIth International Conference on Arts and Cultural Management AIMAC 2015, Aix-Marseille, France, June 26th – July 1st;
d) Benghozi P.-J., Salvador E. (2015), “How and Where the R&D Takes Place in Creative Industries? Digital Investment Strategies of the Book Publishing Sector”, XXIVe Conférence Internationale de Management Stratégique (AIMS), 3-5 June, Paris;
e) Salvador E. (2015) « What is a literature review? Theory and some examples », PhD Lunch Seminar at Scuola Superiore Sant’Anna of Pisa (Italy), 1 April 2015;
f) Benghozi P.-J., Salvador E., Simon J.-P. (2015) “The new middlemen of the digital age: the case of cinema”, 30th European Communications Policy Research Conference “New intermediaries in the hyper connected society”, 23-24 March 2015, Centre for European Policy Studies (CEPS), Brussels, Belgium;
g) Benghozi P.-J., Salvador E. (2015) “Chasing innovation in the creative industries: problematic, the stakes, R&D in creative industries”, speaker at the CEPS/IPTS NRDI Workshop, 23 March 2015, Brussels, Belgium;
h) Benghozi P.-J., Salvador E. (2014) « Are traditional industrial partnerships so strategic for research spin-off development? Some evidence from the Italian case », PhD Lunch Seminar at Scuola Superiore Sant’Anna of Pisa (Italy), 12 November 2014;
i) Benghozi P.-J., Salvador E. (2014) “A cross comparison with the book publishing industry”, speaker at the IPTS International Experts Validation Workshop, « Models of innovation in the Creative and Content Industries: Inspiring insights from the Cinema industry. Results of the CRG Ecole polytechnique study and policy implications », 7 November 2014, Seville, Spain,
http://is.jrc.ec.europa.eu/pages/ISG/EURIPIDIS/NRDICCIWorkshop.htm;
j) Benghozi P.-J., Salvador E. (2014) « Concurrence technologique: facteur de commodization ou de différenciation? Les leçons des liseuses de livre numérique », 19ème édition du Colloque de l’Association Information et Management (AIM 2014), 20-21 May 2014, Aix-en-Provence, France, Thématique: « Le Management à l’épreuve des Systèmes d’Information : enjeux, défis et, perspectives »;
k) Benghozi P.-J., Salvador E. (2014) “Strategies and business models of online platforms in CCIs: convergence or differentiation in the e-book sector?”, Third International Research Conference on the Creative and Cultural Industries: Entrepreneurial Spirit, Knowledge Institutions and Urban Environment”, 22-23 May 2014, University of Antwerp, Antwerp Management School, Belgium;
l) Benghozi P.-J., Salvador E. (2013) « Investment strategies in the value chain of the book publishing sector: how and where the R&D someway matter in creative industries? », article presented at the XII International Conference on Arts&Cultural Management (AIMAC), 26-29 June 2013, Universidad de los Andes, Bogotá (Colombia) and at the XI international conference TripleHelix, 8-10 July, Birkbeck and UCL, London;
m) Salvador E., Benghozi P.-J. (2013) “Research spin-off firms: does the university involvement really matter?”, article presented at the XI international conference TripleHelix, 8-10 July, Birkbeck and UCL, London and at the V conference Entrepreneurship, Innovation&Development (EIDEV), 21 June, Aix en Provence;
n) Salvador E., Conicella F., Mariotti I. (2012) “Science Park or Innovation Cluster? Similarities and differences in physical and virtual firms’ agglomeration phenomena. (Evidence from the Italian Bioindustry Park and BioPmed)”, XLIX conference French Regional Science Association (ASRDLF), 9-11 July, Belfort (France). I won a researcher scholarship for presenting this article at the conference;
o) Mariotti I., Salvador E., (2011) “The location of Italian research spin-offs: which factors do really matter?”, 51° international conference European Regional Science Association (ERSA), 30 August-3 September, Barcelona;
p) Mariotti I., Salvador E., (2011) “Location decisions of research spin-off firms in Italy”, international conference of the Italian Regional Science Association (AISRE), 15-17 September, Turin;
q) Salvador E., Fendt J., Bureau S. (2011) “Young Firms and the Growth Stage: Could Entrepreneurship Education Programmes be Useful?”, international conference European Academy of Management (EURAM), 1-4 June, Tallin, Estonian Business School;
r) Salvador E. (2009) “Research Spin-off Firms: the importance of incubators and science and technology parks as a solution to the “market for lemons””, VI annual workshop SIEPI (Italian Society of Economics and Industrial Policy), Collegio Carlo Alberto, Moncalieri (Turin), 4 June;
s) Salvador E., Harding R. (2005) “Innovation Policy at the Regional Level: the Case of Wales”, international conference TripleHelix5, Turin, 18-21 May;
t) Calabrese G., Rolfo S., Salvador E. (2004) “SMEs & Innovation: the Role of the Regional Industrial Policy in Italy”, Meeting of the UK Science Parks Association (UKSPA), 20 September and presentation of the research project “Regional Innovation Policies in the United Kingdom” during the XXI IASP World Conference on Science and Technology Parks, Bergamo (Italy), 20-23 September;
u) Salvador E. (2004) “The ERDF Structural Fund in Wales: Impact and Objectives”, international conference Regional Studies Association (RSA), Angers (France), 15-16 April;
v) Calabrese G., Rolfo S., Salvador E. (2003) “SMEs & Innovation: the Role of the Regional Industrial Policy in Italy”, international conference Regional Studies Association (RSA), Pisa (Italy), 12-15 April.

Autres conférences / Other conferences

(2014) Co-organization of the workshop on “Leveraging Technological Change: The Role of Business Models and Ecosystems”, 19 March, 2014, IDEALondon, Organisation Committee: Prof. Pierre-Jean Benghozi, Prof. Thierry Rayna, Dr Elisa Salvador, Dr Ludmila Striukova. With the support of Chair Innovation and Regulation in Digital Services (École Polytechnique and Telecom ParisTech), Department of Management Science & Innovation (University College London), UCL Advances. Programme available at:
http://innovation-regulation2.telecom-paristech.fr/2014/03/25/leveraging-technological-change-the-role-of-business-models-and-ecosystems/
(2016) The workshop has been followed by the Call for papers of the International Journal of Technology Management (CNRS 3), Special Issue on: « Leveraging Technological Change: the Role of Business Models and Ecosystems », Guest Editors: Prof. Pierre-Jean Benghozi and Dr. Elisa Salvador, École Polytechnique and CNRS, France, Prof. Thierry Rayna, Novancia Management School, France, Dr. Ludmila Striukova, University College London, United Kingdom.
More information available at: http://www.inderscience.com/info/ingeneral/cfp.php?id=2532

Autre type de contribution (working papers, reports)

Benghozi P.-J., Salvador E., Simon J.-P. (2015) Comment la technologie et le numérique ont révolutionné l’industrie du cinéma », The Conversation, L’expertise universitaire, l’exigence journalistique, publié le 13 mai 2016, freely available here :
https://theconversation.com/comment-la-technologie-et-le-numerique-ont-revolutionne-lindustrie-du-cinema-58524
Benghozi P.-J., Salvador E., Simon J.-P. (2015) “Models of ICT Innovation. A Focus on the Cinema Sector”, edited by Bogdanowicz M., European Commission, JRC Science and Policy Report, JRC95536, EUR 27234 EN, ISBN 978-92-79-48170-3 (PDF), ISSN 1831-9424 (online), doi:10.2791/041301, pp. 1-144, available at:
http://is.jrc.ec.europa.eu/pages/ISG/EURIPIDIS/EURIPIDIS.index.html
http://is.jrc.ec.europa.eu/pages/ISG/EURIPIDIS/documents/JRC95536.pdf
Benghozi P.-J., Salvador E. (2015), « La R&D dans les industries culturelles et créatives: le cas de l’édition », CNL report, Mars, pp. 1-131, available at:
http://www.i-3.fr/6731/publication-dun-rapport-sur-la-rd-dans-les-industries-culturelles/
Benghozi P.-J., Salvador E. (2013) “R&D in creative industries: some lessons from the book publishing sector”, Tafter Journal n. 64, October, http://www.tafterjournal.it/2013/10/04/rd-in-creative-industries-some-lessons-from-the-book-publishing-sector/
Conicella F., Salvador E. (2013) “SMEs and the importance of the provision of shared support services”, Working Paper Bioindustry Park, September;
Conicella F., Salvador E. (2012) “Science Park or Innovation Pole? Descriptive results of a questionnaire investigation about physical and virtual locations”, Working Paper Bioindustry Park;
Salvador E. (2011) “Italian science parks, incubators and innovative clusters: some considerations starting from a questionnaire investigation on research spin-offs”, Working Paper Bioindustry Park;
Salvador E. (2007) “Aerospace Clusters in the United Kingdom”, Technical Report Ceris-CNR, n. 15;
Salvador E. (2006) “The Financing of Research Spin-off Firms: a comparison between Italy and the United Kingdom”, Working Paper Ceris n. 12;
Salvador E. (2006) “High Growth Firms: the United Kingdom” in Report Ceris-CNR (with Vv.Aa.);
Salvador E. (2006) “A Model of Technological Park in Valtellina” in Report Ceris-CNR (with Vv.Aa.);
Salvador E. (2004) “Regional Industrial Policies in the United Kingdom”, Working Paper Ceris n. 9;
Salvador E. (2001) “First qualitative evaluations on R&D policies in some Italian Regions”, Working
Paper Ceris n. 8;
Salvador E. (2001) “Regional Policies for R&D”, Report Ceris-CNR, July.l

PARCOURS PROFESSIONNEL / EMPLOYMENT

Expérience dans l’enseignement supérieur / Academic experience (>2000)

ESSCA (École Supérieure des Sciences Commerciales d’Angers) – BOULOGNE-BILLANCOURT
Professeur assistant / Assistant Professor (>juin 2016)
IESEG School of Management, Paris
Adjunct professor filière International Business Economics (2014-2016)
ISC Paris Business School
Chargée de cours, MBA Entrepreneurs (2015-2016)
Groupe ESC Troyes
Chargée de cours, Master of Science, Innovation, Creation and Entrepreneurship (2015)
Paris-Sud University:
Researcher at RITM, Paris-Sud University, UFR Droit et Economie. Research project: Open Innovation in SMEs (2015)
Ecole polytechnique, Université Paris-Saclay :
Researcher at the Management Research Center (CRG), Ecole polytechnique, UMR 9217 I3 École polytechnique, CNRS, Université Paris-Saclay (2012-2015)
ESCP-Europe Business School, Paris:
Visiting Post-Doctoral Fellow for the project “Les PME européennes en Amérique latine” at CERALE (Centre d’Etudes et de Recherche Amérique latine Europe), (2012)
Polytechnic of Turin (Italy):
Research contract for the European project number 5-3-1-D “Open Innovation in Alpine SMEs (OPEN-ALPS)”, Department of Management and Production Engineering (2012)
ESCP-Europe Business School, Paris:
Research Assistant at the Chaire Entrepreneuriat for a project about entrepreneurship education in SMEs (2010-2011)
CNR (Italian National Research Council):
Research contracts on innovation policies at regional and national level (Italy and UK), R&D, technology transfer, SMEs growth (2001-2007)

AFFILIATIONS PROFESSIONNELLES / Professional affiliations

Chercheuse associée au Management Research Center/Centre de Recherche en Gestion (CRG) de l’Ecole Polytechnique, UMR 9217 I3 École polytechnique, CNRS, Université Paris-Saclay (> 2015)

Honors and Recognitions:

CNR award “Promotion of Research 2005”, Project for young researchers, with a research project titled “The financing of research spin-off firms: an analysis of the Italian case” (2005).

Last revised: 26 mai 2016