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Personal Statement

I am currently a third year doctoral student in the department of Management Science at Strathclyde Business School. My research interests are open innovation, organizational strategy, national innovation system and dynamic capability. My dissertation research aims to contribute to a deeper understanding of innovation and firm behavior, conditioned by changing environmental conditions and resources. My thesis titled “Open innovation for new drug research in Indian pharmaceutical industry” explores the open innovation strategies adopted by Indian pharmaceutical firms and the innovation networks formed, influenced by the dynamics of national innovation system and their own resource profile.

Education/Academic qualification

Institute of Management Accountants

1 Jun 20091 Jun 2010

Master of Business Administration, Aligarh Muslim University

1 Jul 19971 Jul 1999

Bachelor of Science, Aligarh Muslim University

1 Jul 19991 Jul 1997

External positions

Advanced Analyst, Daman National Insurance Company

10 Jun 2014 → …


  • Open innovation, Organizational strategy, National innovation system, Dynamic capability

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Research Output 2014 2016

Drug products
Appropriability regime
Open innovation
Drug products


Open innovation in new drug research : the case of the Indian pharmaceutical sector

Author: Bhatnagar, B., 1 Oct 2016

Supervisor: Dorfler, V. (Supervisor) & MacBryde, J. (Supervisor)

Student thesis: Doctoral Thesis