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Claudia Vecciolini

Dr Claudia Vecciolini

Lecturer in Technology Strategy

Research interests

  • Strategy, International Management and Entrepreneurship


Claudia Vecciolini is a Teaching Fellow in Technology Strategy at King's Business School. She received her PhD from the University of Trento (Italy). In her doctoral research, she investigated the role of collective processes of learning, forgetting and unlearning in promoting new knowledge creation and innovation within regional economies. During her doctoral degree, she was a visiting scholar at the University of Birmingham (UK).

Claudia’s main research interests fall at the intersection of innovation studies and economic geography. Her core areas of research are digital transformation, innovation management, ecosystems of innovation and entrepreneurship, local and global value chains. Specifically, she is interested in investigating innovation dynamics arising from the interplay between the individual firm and its rapidly changing ecosystem.

Before joining the Business School, Claudia was a Research Associate at the Institute for Industrial Strategy at King’s College London and collaborated with the EU funded project “MAKERS: Smart Manufacturing for EU growth and prosperity” hosted by the University of Birmingham.