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, Governance implications of attracting external equity investors in private family firms, Academy of Management Perspectives, ISSN:1558-9080
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
et al., 2016, Portfolio entrepreneurship and resource orchestration, Strategic Entrepreneurship Journal, Vol:10, ISSN:1932-4391, Pages:346-370
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