Martie-Louise Verreynne is Deputy PVC (Research and Innovation) and a Professor of Innovation at RMIT University. Her research, teaching and supervision all focus on innovation, small business strategy, and capability development. Please contact email@example.com for all enquiries.
Martie-Louise Verreynne is Deputy PVC (Research and Innovation) and a Professor of Innovation at RMIT University. She has held roles such as Interim Head of School, Deputy Head of School, Head of Strategy and International Business, and Program Leader for several programs during her tenure at the University of Queensland.
Martie-Louise is a recipient of and Australian national citation for contribution to student learning based on her work in the area of commercialisation of high-tech start-ups. She developed and led the MicroMasters in Corporate Innovation delivered through EdX.
Martie-Louise is internationally recognised for her research on innovation, strategy and entrepreneurship in small business, is an associate editor with the Journal of Small Business Management and publishes widely in top tiered journals. She has been successful at winning ARC Discovery, ARC ITTC and several other Category 1, 2 and 3 grants. She actively works with industry to create research impact and has received several awards in recognition of this work.
- Deputy PVC (Research and Innovation) – College of Business and Law
- Member of the College of Business and Law Executive Committee
- Member of the RMIT DVC Research and Innovation Executive Committee
- Chair, College of Business and Law Research Committee
- PhD (Massey University)
- MCom, BCom(Hons), Education Diploma (Northwest University)
- Associate Editor, Journal of Small Business Management, 2013-present (A journal).
- Board member and Treasurer, Australian and New Zealand Academy of Management, 2016-2018.
- Executive committee (Entrepreneurship division), Academy of Management, 2017 – 2020 (representative at large).
- Member of Editorial Board, Small Enterprise Research, 2010-current.
- Member of Australian Centre for Entrepreneurship Research Exchange Steering Committee, 2011 to current.
- Ahmad, S.,Shankar, S.,Steen, J.,Verreynne, M.,Burki, A. (2021). Using measures of efficiency for regionally-targeted smallholder policy intervention: The case of Pakistan�s horticulture sector In: Land Use Policy, 101, 1 - 13
- Tisdell, C.,Ahmad, S.,Agha, N.,Steen, J.,Verreynne, M. (2020). Microfinance for wives: fresh insights obtained from a study of poor rural women in Pakistan In: Journal of Research in Gender Studies, 10, 9 - 37
- de Oliveira, R.,Indulska, M.,Steen, J.,Verreynne, M. (2020). Towards a framework for innovation in retailing through social media In: Journal of Retailing and Consumer Services, 54, 1 - 13
- Verreynne, M.,de Oliveira, R.,Steen, J.,Indulska, M.,Ford, J. (2020). What motivates �free� revealing? Measuring outbound non-pecuniary openness, innovation types and expectations of future profit growth In: Scientometrics, 124, 271 - 301
- Dai, X.,Verreynne, M.,Wang, J.,He, Y. (2020). The behavioral additionality effects of a tax incentive program on firms� composition of R&D investment In: R and D Management, 50, 510 - 521
- de Oliveira, R.,Verreynne, M.,Figueira, S.,Indulska, M.,Steen, J. (2020). (In Press) How do institutional innovation systems affect open innovation? In: Journal of Small Business Management, , 1 - 45
- Jiang, Y.,Ritchie, B.,Verreynne, M. (2019). Building tourism organizational resilience to crises and disasters: A dynamic capabilities view In: International Journal of Tourism Research, 21, 882 - 900
- Amarakoon, U.,Weerawardena, J.,Verreynne, M.,Teicher, J. (2019). Entrepreneurial behaviour: a new perspective on the role of the HR professional In: Personnel Review, 48, 1809 - 1829
- Verreynne, M.,Williams, A.,Ritchie, B.,Gronum, S.,Betts, K. (2019). Innovation diversity and uncertainty in small and medium sized tourism firms In: Tourism Management, 72, 257 - 269
- Hunter, C.,Verreynne, M.,Pachana, N.,Harpur, P. (2019). The impact of disability-assistance animals on the psychological health of workplaces: A systematic review In: Human Resource Management Review, 29, 400 - 417
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