Research & expertise
Browser does not support script.
Teaching Fellow in Management
Victor Martin-Sanchez is a Teaching Fellow in Management at King's Business School. He received his PhD from Universitat Autònoma de Barcelona (Spain). During his doctoral degree he was a visiting scholar at the University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign (USA) and at the Concordia University (Canada). Victor's main research interests fall at the intersection of entrepreneurship and family firms. More specifically, his main research is related with the new venture growth phases and the impact on job creation and regional development. His research has been presented at international conferences such as Academy of Management Conference, DRUID, RENT, ESA, among others. Additionally, Victor is running lab experiments with entrepreneurs aiming to analyse individuals’ behaviour and connecting such results with primary and secondary business data. Visit Victor’s scholar profile.
For further and broader information about Victor’s research profile see his personal website.
Economics & Management
Unemployment and Growth Aspirations: The Moderating Role of Education
23 March 2016
The influence of entrepreneurs' social referents on start-up size
20 June 2017
Deputy Director (Admissions), BSc in Business Management
30 Aldwych, London, WC2B 4BG
The School is based at the Strand Campus and located at Bush House
Our undergraduate courses explore modern business and organisational management theory and practice
We create socially responsible leaders of the future. Ready to start your postgraduate journey?
Our open and bespoke courses will help you transform your business and support you at each step
Find out why we are ranked 8th in the UK for our highly regarded research and the impact we make