Alice Ngo
  • Huddersfield Business School University of Huddersfield Queensgate Huddersfield HD1 3DH United Kingdom

    United Kingdom

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20222022

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Biography

Before joining Huddersfield Business School in June 2021, Thi (Alice) worked as a Senior Tutor at the Global Development Institute, University of Manchester. She finished her PhD in Economics & Econometrics at University of Huddersfield. Her PhD research uses mixed-method methodology to investigate the role of multiple channels of knowledge spillovers on innovation within knowledge-intensive cluster in developing countries. Alice has involved in several research and consultancy activities. In 2018, she acted as the lead researcher in a research project about university-industry technology transfer via university incubators, funded by the Information Technology Park, Vietnam National University Ho Chi Minh city (VNU-HCM/ITP). After that, she spent two months working as an intern at the Centre for Entrepreneurship, SMEs, Regions and Cities (CFE), Organization for Economic Co-operation and Development (OECD), Paris, France. 

Alice has successfully secured a BA/Leverhulme Small Research Grant (Round 2021-2022) (worth of £9,911) for her research project titled "The art of balance: two search dimensions of spatiality and ambidexterity for innovation". Her research will focus on how firms in the high-tech sector search and orchestrate holistic knowledge to enhance their innovativeness. 

Research Expertise and Interests

Alice's PhD research examines the knowledge spillovers (spin-off/entrepreneurship and social network channels) and innovation phenomenon within a knowledge services cluster in developing countries. Her publication in Management and Organization Review (an ABS 3*) demonstrates multiple pathways for spin-off firms to strategically utilize knowledge spillovers channels to introduce new service innovations. It also entails practical implications in terms of upgrading opportunities for firms in developing countries.

Alice's research is inter-disciplinary. Her current research projects are organizational innovation, innovativeness of female entrepreneurs, search behaviour and ambidexterity. 

Alice can use both qualitative and quantitative research methods. Her studies use regression analysis, social network analysis (SNA), qualitative comparative analysis (QCA) and qualitative template analysis.

Research Expertise and Interests

  • innovation
  • social network
  • cluster
  • QCA

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