Dr. Pablo D’Este is a tenured scientist at INGENIO (CSIC-UPV). He holds a PhD from SPRU (University of Sussex) and a degree in Economics from Universitat Autonoma de Barcelona (UAB). He has been a Research Fellow at SPRU between 2002 and 2008, and over the period 2006-2008 he combined his position at SPRU with an appointment as an Advanced Institute of Management Research (AIM) Fellow at Cranfield School of Management. Since July 2008 he is a researcher at INGENIO (CSIC-UPV).
His research covers the following topics: industrial dynamics and innovation; dynamic capabilities and knowledge creation in firms; university-business interactions and their impact on academic and business performance; academic entrepreneurship; proximity and formation of research partnerships; and the sources and barriers of innovation. He has developed expertise in the construction of knowledge and technology transfer indicators, and quantitative analysis on the factors that influence the engagement of academic scientists in third mission activities.
He has participated en several European projects, such as NewKind (2000), Biopolis (2005), ProKnow (2006), IAREG (2008) and PICKME (2011). He has published articles in: Research Policy, Industrial and Corporate Change, International Journal of Industrial Organization, Industry & Innovation, Journal of Management Studies, Journal of Economic Geography, Papers in Regional Science, Journal of Technology Transfer, Research Evaluation, Scientometrics and Technovation.