Imperial College London


Business School

Assistant Professor of Entrepreneurship







Business School BuildingSouth Kensington Campus





Professor Miguel Meuleman joined Imperial College Business School as Assistant Professor in Entrepreneurship in October 2012. He also holds a position at Vlerick Business School in Belgium. His research focuses on management buyouts and buy-ins, new venture creation and entrepreneurial finance. He has published several articles in journals such as Journal of Business Venturing, Journal of Management Studies, Entrepreneurship Theory & Practice and Research Policy. He also co-authored a book on entrepreneurial finance and wrote a number of cases. He has a passion for entrepreneurship education. He has launched several initiatives to make entrepreneurship education more effective. 

Professor Miguel Meuleman is also member of the investment committee of the Ark Angel Fund, a business angel fund that provides seed capital investments to start-up companies. He has been involved in numerous consulting projects on new business development in established companies and start-up firms. 



Neckebrouck J, Meuleman M, Manigart S, 2021, GOVERNANCE IMPLICATIONS OF ATTRACTING EXTERNAL EQUITY INVESTORS IN PRIVATE FAMILY FIRMS, Academy of Management Perspectives, Vol:35, ISSN:1558-9080, Pages:25-44

Meuleman M, Jaaskelainen M, Maula MVJ, et al., 2017, Venturing into the unknown with strangers: Substitutes of relational embeddedness in cross-border partner selection in venture capital syndicates, Journal of Business Venturing, Vol:32, ISSN:0883-9026, Pages:131-144

Neckebrouck J, Manigart S, Meuleman M, 2017, Attitudes of family firms toward outside investors: the importance of organizational identification, Venture Capital, Vol:19, ISSN:1369-1066, Pages:29-50

Baert C, Meuleman M, Debruyne M, et al., 2016, Portfolio entrepreneurship and resource orchestration, Strategic Entrepreneurship Journal, Vol:10, ISSN:1932-4391, Pages:346-370

Leroy H, Manigart S, Meuleman M, et al., 2015, Understanding the Continuation of Firm Activities when Entrepreneurs Exit their Firms: Using Theory of Planned Behavior, Journal of Small Business Management, Vol:53, ISSN:0047-2778, Pages:400-415

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