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Merrick School of Business

David Lingelbach

David Charles Lingelbach,

Assistant Professor of Entrepreneurship
Lecturer
Professorial Lecturer, Department of International Economics

Department of Marketing and Entrepreneurship
Office: Business Center 513
Phone: 410.837.5298
E-mail: dlingelbach@ubalt.edu

    Education:
  • 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

Intellectual Contributions

Book Chapters

Lingelbach, D. (2012). Private Equity in South and Sub-Saharan Africa. Palgrave Macmillan.

Lingelbach, D. (2012). Venture Capital in Developing Countries. Edward Elgar.

Lingelbach, D. (2012). Entrepreneurial Finance in Weak Institutional Enviornments. Oxford University Press.

Murray, G., & Lingelbach, D. (2010). Twelve Meditations on Venture Capital. John Wiley and Sons.

Refereed Journal Articles

Lingelbach, D. (2013). Alfa Bank: Debt Restructuring in an Era of Financial Crises. Journal of Financial Education. 39(3/4), 179-192.

Lingelbach, D. (2013). Paradise Postponed? Venture Capital Emergence in Russia. critical perspectives on international business. 9(1/2), 204-225.

Lingelbach, D., Pitta, D. A., & Patino, A. D. (2012). Entrepreneurship Among The Millenials: A Conceptual Framework. Journal of Consumer Marketing.

Patino, A. D., Kaltcheva, V. D., Lingelbach, D., & Pitta, D. A. (2012). Segmenting the toy industry: A study of pre-teen Millennials. Journal of Consumer Marketing/Emerald. 29(2), 156-162.

Omar, M., Williams, R. L., & Lingelbach, D. (2009). Global Brand Market-Entry Strategy to Manage Corporate Reputation. Journal of Product & Brand Management. 18(3), 177-187.

Conference Proceedings

Laric, M. V., Lingelbach, D., & Pitta, D. A. (2013). Two Decades of Technological Entrepreneurship: From "Lab to Market" to an M.S. degree in “Innovation Management and Technology Commercialization”. Western Business Management.

Lingelbach, D., Sriram, V., Mersha, T., & Saffu, K. (2012). Financial Innovation in Desperately Poor Economies: Some Evidence from sub-Saharan Africa. ICSB 2012 World Conference.

Lingelbach, D. (2011). Paradise Postponed? Venture Capital Emergence in a Transition Economy. Higher School of Economics.

Lingelbach, D., & Randolph, W. A. (2011). Venture Capital's Role in Internationalizing New Ventures in Emerging Economies. Higher School of Economics.

Lingelbach, D. (2011). How Do Financial Crises Affect the Venture Capital Emergence Process? Evidence from Indonesia. Asia-Pacific Researchers in Organization Studies.

Lingelbach, D. (2011). Alfa Bank: Workouts and Restructurings in Emerging Markets. Adminstrative Sciences Association of Canada.

Lingelbach, D., Murray, G. C., & Gilbert, E. (2010). A Process Model of Organizational Speciation. Frontiers of Entrepreneurship Research, Babson College. p. 414.

Lingelbach, D., Murray, G. C., & Gilbert, E. (2010). Toward a Process Model of Venture Capital Emergence: The Role of Diffusion. Frontiers of Entrepreneurship Research, Babson College. p.127.

Other

Lingelbach, D., Mersha, T., & Sriram, V. (2013). Understanding Indigenous Financial Innovation: How Does it Occur?. Proceedings of the 10th Eurasia Business and Economic Society Conference. 152 (abstract).

Presentations

Lingelbach, D., Sriram, V., Mersha, T., & Saffu, K. Yes "How Does Financial Innovation Emerge in Resource-Constrained Environments?," Babson College, London, Ontario. (2014).

Lingelbach, D., Mersha, T., & Sriram, V. Yes "Understanding Indigenous Financial Innovation: How does it Occur?," Eurasia Business and Economics Society, Istanbul, Turkey. (2013).

Lingelbach, D., Murray, G., & Gilbert, E. Yes "Coproducing Venture Capital in Complex Institutional Environments: Evidence from Southern Africa," Academy of Management, Johannesburg, South Africa. (2013).

Lingelbach, D. Yes "Strategy Formation by Russian Entrepreneurs: Turned Out Like It Always Does?," Strategic Management Society, Prague, Czech Republic. (2012).

Lingelbach, D., Sriram, V., Mersha, T., & Saffu, K. Yes "Financial Innovation in Desperately Poor Economies: Some Evidence from sub-Saharan Africa," International Council for Small Business, New Zealand. (2012).

Lingelbach, D., & Bento, R. F. Yes "Resource Scarcity and Innovation: The Business School That Jumped Over The Moon," McMaster University, Burlington, Ontario, Canada. (2011).

Lingelbach, D. Yes "A Friends Business School," Friends Association for Higher Education, Bryn Mawr, Pennsylvania. (2011).

Lingelbach, D., & GIlbert, E. Yes "Toward a Process Model of Venture Capital Emergence: The Case of Botswana," Academy of Management, Chicago, IL. (2009).

Lingelbach, D., & GIlbert, E. Yes "Toward a Process Model of Venture Capital Emergence: The Case of Botswana," Copenhagen Business School, Copenhagen, Denmark. (2009).

Lingelbach, D., & GIlbert, E. Yes "Toward a Process Model of Venture Capital Emergence: The Case of Botswana," ALBA Graduate Business School, Pissouri, Cyprus. (2009).