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. (2019). No Peace, No Rest: Paying More Attention to Actors at the Wealth-Power Nexus. Journal of Management Inquiry.
Lingelbach, D. (2019). Financial Crises and Venture Capital Development: Evidence from Indonesia. Asia Pacific Business Review. 25(1), 61-80.
Lingelbach, D. (2015). Developing Venture Capital When Institutions Change. Venture Capital: An International Journal of Entrepreneurial Finance. 17(4), 327-363.
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.
Lingelbach, D. (2017). Me and Putin. Huffington Post.
Lingelbach, D. (2017). The Oligarchs Are Back!. Huffington Post.
Lingelbach, D. "Eight Questions," London Business Academy, Mandalay, Myanmar. (2019).
Lingelbach, D. Fulbright Regional Workshop, "Entrepreneurs Creating Sustainable Competitive Advantage Under Institutional Change: Evidence from Myanmar," US Department of State and Fulbright Taiwan, Taipei, Taiwan. (2019).
Lingelbach, D. "Some Thoughts on How to Live Freely," Peacock Generation Youth Empowerment Society, Monywa, Myanmar. (2019).
Lingelbach, D. Quaker Studies Research Association Conference, "Finding Your Bus: Conceptualizing Contemporary Quaker Management Education," Quaker Studies Research Association, Woodbrooke Quaker Study Center, Birmingham, United Kingdom. (2018).
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. 32nd Annual Policy Conference, "Putting Scrunchies on Unicorns? Policies Supporting Uncommon Startups," National Association of Business Economics, Washington, DC. (2016).
Lingelbach, D. 4th Effectuation Conference, "Changing Institutions with Mechanisms of Entrepreneurial Action," Society for Effectual Action, Bodo, Norway. (2016).
Lingelbach, D. Babson College Entrepreneurship Research Conference, "Aloof Partners: How Entrepreneurs Develop Strategic Alliances Under Institutional Uncertainty," Babson College, University of Nordland, Bodo, Norway. (2016).
Lingelbach, D. Babson College Entrepreneurship Research Conference, "Effectuation and Institutional Entrepreneurship: Evidence from Russia," Babson College, University of Nordland, Bodo, Norway. (2016).
Lingelbach, D. Academy of Management Annual Meeting, "Effectuation and Institutional Entrepreneurship: Evidence from Russia," Academy of Management, Vancouver, Canada. (2015).
Lingelbach, D. Academy of Management Annual Meeting, "Institutional Change and the Venture Capital Development Process: Evidence from Emerging Economies," Academy of Management, Vancouver, Canada. (2015).
Lingelbach, D. Ethics Week, "Business Ethics in Russia: A Personal Reflection," Hoffberger Center for Professional Ethics, University of Baltimore, Baltimore, MD. (2015).
Huffington Post: Title--Me and Putin (2017).
Huffington Post: Title--The Oligarchs Are Back! (2017).
Research in Progress
"Entrepreneurship in Africa" (On-Going)
Co-written textbook. Contract signed with Routledge in June 2018. Scheduled to be completed by December 2019.
"No Peace, No Rest: A Global History of Oligarchs" (On-Going)
"Theory of African Entrepreneurship Versus an African Theory of Entrepreneurship" (Writing Results)
Paper being readied for journal submission.