Jacob Lyngsie is a Professor with special responsibilities at the Strategic Organization Design Unit, University of Southern Denmark. Jacob holds a PhD from Copenhagen Business School, a LLM from Latrobe University and a MSc in Business Law and Economics from CBS.
Drawing on his background in law and economics and applying an applied econometric approach, his research focuses on the interaction between human capital and organizational design. His research has been published in journals such as Strategic Management Journal, Strategic Organization and Long Range Planning.
For more information see Jacob's PURE profile.
University of Southern Denmark
Department of Marketing and Management
5230 Odense M
Phone: (+45) 6550 3235
Selected publications:Barney, J. B., Foss, N. J., & Lyngsie, J. (2018). The role of senior management in opportunity formation: Direct involvement or reactive selection? Strategic Management Journal, 39(5), 1325-1349.
Bogers, M., Foss, N. J., & Lyngsie, J. (2018). The “human side” of open innovation: The role of employee diversity in firm-level openness. Research Policy, 47(1), 218-231.
Møller Larsen, M., & Lyngsie, J. (2017). Ambiguous adaptation: The effect of contract duration and investments in relational mechanisms on premature relationship termination. Long Range Planning, 50(6), 794-808.
Lyngsie, J., & Foss, N. (2017). The more the merrier? Women in top-management teams and entrepreneurship in established firms. Strategic Management Journal, 38(3), 487-505.