David Charles Lingelbach, Ph.D.
Associate Professor of Entrepreneurship
Department of Marketing and Entrepreneurship
Office: Business Center 513
- Ph.D., University of Exeter
- B.S., Massachusetts Institute of Technology
- M.S., Massachusetts Institute of Technology
- General Course, London School of Economics and Political Science
Dr. Lingelbach joined the Merrick School of Business in 2010 as a professor of entrepreneurship. His work experience has spanned the globe including extensive work in Russia. His research focuses on how new organizational forms emerge in weak institutional environments; entrepreneurship and entrepreneurial finance in developing countries; and public-private collaboration
How new organizational forms emerge in weak institutional environments, entrepreneurship and entrepreneurial finance in developing countries, public-private collaboration
Entrepreneurship, strategy, finance
Lingelbach, D. (2016). Business Angels in Sub-Saharan Africa. Edward Elgar. 256-281.
Refereed Journal Articles
Lingelbach, D., Sriram, V., Mersha, T., & Saffu, K. (2015). The Innovation Process in Emerging Economies: An Effectuation Perspective. International Journal of Entrepreneurship and Innovation. 16(1), 5-17.
Sriram, V., & Lingelbach, D. 3rd Academy of Business and Emerging Markets Conference, "Entrepreneurial Research in Emerging Markets: New Theoretical Approaches," Academy of Business and Emerging Markets, Santo Domingo, Dominican Republic. (2017).
Lingelbach, D., Sriram, V., Mersha, T., & Saffu, K. Babson College Entrepreneurship Research Conference, "How Does Financial Innovation Emerge in Resource-Constrained Environments?," Babson College, London, Ontario. (2014).
Lingelbach, D., Sriram, V., Mersha, T., & Saffu, K. African Academy of Management 2nd Biennial Conference, "Creating New Mechanisms of Sustainable Entrepreneurial Action: Evidence from Uncertain Institutional Contexts," African Academy of Management, Gaborone, Botswana. (2014).
Research in Progress
"Entrepreneurship in Africa" (On-Going)
Invited textbook. Proposal under review at Routledge.
"Theory of African Entrepreneurship Versus an African Theory of Entrepreneurship" (Writing Results)