Joanne Turner

Research Fellow - innovation Studies

Joanne joined the Enterprise Research Centre (ERC) at the University of Warwick in October 2013. Initially, as a PhD student within the Centre, Joanne examined how a firm’s industry environment – in particular, the appropriability regime – affects its intangibles strategy and innovation performance. In May 2018, Joanne became an ERC Research Fellow working on projects examining the productivity and growth returns to publicly-funded and privately-funded R&D, the links between intellectual property protection and innovation/innovation success, and the role of local, regional and broader eco-system factors in supporting innovation, exporting, growth and productivity.

Contact Details

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Research Themes

  • Management and Leadership

Biography

Joanne joined the Enterprise Research Centre (ERC) at the University of Warwick in October 2013. Initially, as a PhD student within the Centre, Joanne examined how a firm’s industry environment – in particular, the appropriability regime – affects its intangibles strategy and innovation performance. In May 2018, Joanne became an ERC Research Fellow working on projects examining the productivity and growth returns to publicly-funded and privately-funded R&D, the links between intellectual property protection and innovation/innovation success, and the role of local, regional and broader eco-system factors in supporting innovation, exporting, growth and productivity.
Prior to embarking on her PhD in 2013, Joanne worked for five years as a Research Associate in the ESRC Macroeconomic Modelling Bureau where she undertook comparative and methodological economic research using large-scale macroeconomic models of the UK and World economies. Joanne also worked for three years in the Department of Economics at the University of Warwick on an ESRC-funded project examining the spread of fast-food outlets in the UK. Alongside these roles, Joanne taught undergraduate macro and micro economic seminars at the University of Warwick and Aston University. Joanne has a BA and an MSocSc in Economics and a PhD in Business and Management.