Daniel Ljungberg

Senior Lecturer

Unit for Innovation and
Visiting address
Viktoriagatan 13, plan 7
41124 Göteborg
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Postal address
Box 625
40530 Göteborg

About Daniel Ljungberg

Daniel Ljungberg is Associate professor of Innovation and Entrepreneurship. His research predominantly addresses the role and activities of universities and academics in the knowledge economy, specifically focusing on their relation with industry and their role in industrial innovation processes. His main research interests include academic patenting and entrepreneurship, university-industry interaction, and the economics of universities.

Daniel Ljungberg holds a M.Sc. in Engineering in "Management and Economics of Innovation" and a Ph.D. in "Technology Management and Economics", from Chalmers University of Technology.

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Research areas

  • Economics of innovation; Innovation studies; Academic patenting; University-industry interaction; Economics of universities

Teaching areas

  • Innovation and entrepreneurship; Innovation management; Research methods

Latest publication

Innovating in knowledge-intensive entrepreneurial firms: exploring the effects of a variety of internal and external knowledge sources on goods and service innovations

Gifford, E., Ljungberg, D., McKelvey, M. (2022). Industrial and Corporate Change, 31, 1259-1284.

Forskningssamverkan och kommersialisering

McKelvey et al. (2021). Makadam förlag. Available here.

Variety in founder experience and the performance of knowledge-intensive innovative firms.

Gifford, E., Buenstorf, G., Ljungberg, D., McKelvey, M., Zaring, O. (2021). Journal of Evolutionary Economics, 31, 677–713.