- Laboratory Head:Institute for Statistical Studies and Economics of Knowledge / International Research and Educational Foresight Centre / Laboratory for Science and Technology Studies
- Jonathan Linton has been at HSE University since 2014.
Education and Degrees
Master's in B.Sc. in Biology
Bachelor's in BESc in Materials Engineering
University of Western Ontario
Participates in research projects conducted by the Research Laboratory for Science and Technology Studies, Institute for Statistical Studies and Economics of Knowledge, within the framework of the Basic Research Programme.
Coordinates activities of the research team members.
Participates in organisation of research conferences and workshops of the laboratory and institute.
Continuing education / Professional retraining / Internships / Study abroad experience
1992: M.B.A., York University, Toronto, Canada
Editorial board membership
2012: Member of the Editorial Council, Форсайт (Foresight and STI Governance).
2011: Member of the Editorial Council, Journal of Engineering and Technology Management - JET-M (Journal of Engineering and Technology Management ).
2005: Member of the Editorial Council, Technological Forecasting and Social Change.
2005: Editor-in-chief, Technovation.
2012–2018: Member of the Editorial Council, Foresight.
2009–2018: Member of the Editorial Board, International Journal of Innovation and Technology Management.
2011 - present: Editorial Board Member, Journal of Engineering and Technology Management.
2009 - present: Editorial Board Member, International Journal of Innovation and Technology Management.
2001 - 2012: Editorial Board Member, IEEE Transactions on Engineering Management.
2005 - 2007: Co-editor of Special Issue, Journal of Operations Management.
2004 - 2005: Chair Research Journal Committee, IAMOT.
2004: Co-Editor, Guest Issue on Roadmapping, Technological Forecasting and Social Change, 71 (1/2).
2003 - 2004: Editor, Guest Issue on Innovation and the Internet, IEEE Transactions on Engineering Management, 50(4).
2002 - 2005: Area Editor, Engineering Management Journal.
2001: Co-Editor, Guest Issue on Technology Management, Engineering Management Journal 13(2).
Honours and awards
2012: Research Award, International Association for the Management of Technology
2012: Top Cited Paper Award, Elsevier
2009: Research Award, International Association for the Management of Technology
2005: Service Award, International Association for the Management of Technology
2004: Research Award, International Association for the Management of Technology
1996: Student Paper Competition Award
- Research Seminar (Master’s programme; Institute for Statistical Studies and Economics of Knowledge; 2 year, 1-3 module)Eng
- Article Linton J., Xu W. Research on Science and Technological Entrepreneurship Education: What needs to happen next? // The Journal of Technology Transfer. 2020. P. 1-14. doi (in press)
- Article Linton J., Xu W. Understanding and Managing the Biotechnology Valley of Death // Trends in Biotechnology. 2020. P. 1-3. doi (in press)
- Article Streltsova E., Linton J. Biotechnology Patenting in the BRICS countries: Strategies and Dynamics // Trends in Biotechnology. 2018. Vol. 36. No. 7. P. 642-645. doi
- Article Sun H., Teh P., Linton J. Impact of environmental knowledge and product quality on student attitude toward products with recycled/remanufactured content: Implications for environmental education and green manufacturing // Business Strategy and the Environment. 2018. Vol. 27. No. 7. P. 935-945. doi
- Article Linton J. Quiet Contributors: The Role of the Arts, Humanities and Social Sciences in Innovation // Foresight and STI Governance. 2018. Vol. 12. No. 3. P. 6-12. doi
- Article Linton J. E=mc2: Material and energy innovation as a basis for economic growth – Thoughts for scientists and engineers // Technovation. 2017. Vol. 68. P. 1-3. doi
- Article Linton J. Revealing the Inner Beauty of Academic Research: Lessons from the Beauty and the Beast // Technovation. 2017. Vol. 66-67. P. 1-2. doi
- Article Linton J., Solomon G. Technology, Innovation, Entrepreneurship and The Small Business-Technology and Innovation in Small Business // Journal of Small Business Management. 2017. Vol. 55. No. 2. P. 196-199. doi
- Article Casault S., Groen A., Linton J. D. Towards a Better Understanding of the Dynamics of Value Creation in R&D Intensive Small Firms // R & D Management. 2017. Vol. 47. No. 5. P. E1-E12. doi
- Article Bredikhin S. V., Linton J., Matoszko T. Why and How the Value of Science-Based Firms Violates Financial Theory: Implications for Policy and Governance // Foresight and STI Governance. 2017. Vol. 11. No. 1. P. 24-30. doi
- Article Linton J. Improving the Peer review process: Capturing more information and enabling high-risk/high-return research // Research Policy. 2016. Vol. 45. No. 9. P. 1936-1938. doi
- Chapter Linton J. D., Walsh S. T. Integrating Foresight with Corporate Planning, in: Deploying Foresight for Policy and Strategy Makers: Creating Opportunities Through Public Policies and Corporate Strategies in Science, Technology and Innovation / Ed. by L. Gokhberg, D. Meissner, A. Sokolov. Netherlands : Springer, 2016. doi P. 49-64. doi
- Article Casault S., Groen A. J., Linton J. D. Linking the Value Assessment of Oil and Gas Firms to Ambidexterity Theory Using a Mixture of Normal Distributions // Oil and Gas Science and Technology. 2016. Vol. 71. No. 3. P. 1-11. doi
- Article Harms R., Linton J. D. Willingness to Pay for Eco-Certified Refurbished Products: The Effects of Environmental Attitudes and Knowledge // Journal of Industrial Ecology. 2016. Vol. 20. No. 4. P. 893-904. doi
- Article Linton J., Vonortas N. From research project to research portfolio: Meeting scale and complexity // Foresight and STI Governance. 2015. Vol. 9. No. 2. P. 38-43. doi
- Chapter Chavez V. A., Linton J.D., Stinnett R., Walsh S. Overcoming Hurdles for Commercializing Emerging Technologies: The Harbingers of Schumpeterian Cycles for Superior Economic Rent, in: Small Business in a Global Economy: Creating and Managing Successful Organisations Vol. 2. Santa Barbara, Denver : Praeger, 2015. P. 299-321.
- Article Linton J. D. Teaching innovation to technologists (non-business people) and non-technologists (business people): Scotch Whisky as an exemplar of process changing product an alternative to traditional lectures // Technological Forecasting and Social Change. 2015. Vol. 100. P. 39-43. doi
- Article Casault S., Groen A. J., Linton J. D. Improving value assessment of high-risk, high-reward biotechnology research: the role of 'thick tails' // New Biotechnology. 2014. Vol. 31. No. 2. P. 172-178. doi
- Article Olson, D., Birge, J., Linton, J.D. Risk and Uncertainty Management in Technological Innovation // Technovation. 2014. Vol. 34. No. 8. P. 395-398. doi
- Article Sun H., Linton J.D. Structuring papers for success: Making your paper more like a high impact publication than a desk reject // Technovation. 2014. Vol. 34. No. 10. P. 571-573. doi
- Article Linton J.D., Boyson S., Aje J. The Challenge of Cyber Supply Chain Security to Research and Practice // Technovation. 2014. Vol. 34. No. 7. P. 339-341. doi
- Article Casault S., Groen A. J., Linton J. D. Examination of the behavior of R&D returns using a power law // Science and Public Policy. 2013. Vol. 40. No. 2. P. 219-228.
- Article Kirchhoff B. A., Linton J. D., Walsh S. T. Neo-Marshellian Equilibrium versus Schumpeterian Creative Destruction: Its Impact on Business Research and Economic Policy // Journal of Small Business Management. 2013. Vol. 51. No. 2. P. 159-166.
- Article Linton J. D., Walsh S. The effect of technology on learning during the acquisition and development of competencies in technology-intensive small firms // International Journal of Entrepreneurial Behaviour and Research. 2013. Vol. 19. No. 2. P. 165-186.
Casault, S., Groen. A., Linton, J.D. 2013. “Selection of a Portfolio of R&D Projects”, in Handbook on the Theory and Practice of Program Evaluation, Link, A. N. and Vonortas, N.S. (Eds), Edward Elger, Cheltenham, UK.
Linton, J.D., Walsh, S.T., 2013. “Extracting Value from Learning Curves: Integrating Theory and Practice”, Creativity and Innovation Management, 22(1), 10-25.
Embrechts, M.J., Gatti, C.J., Linton, J.D., Roysam, B. 2013. “Hierarchical Clustering for Large Data Sets”, Studies in Computational Intelligence, 410: 197-233.
Chang, Y.-C., Linton, J.D., Chen, M.-N., 2012. “Service Regime: An Empirical Analysis of Innovation in Service Firms”, Technological Forecasting and Social Change, 79: 1569-1582.
Tierney, R., Groen, A. J., Harms, R., Luizink, M., Hetherington, D., Stewart, H. Walsh, S.T., Linton, J.D., 2012. “Managing highly flexible facilities: an essential complementary asset at risk”, International Journal of Entrepreneurial Behaviour & Research, 18(2): 233-255.
Goldenberg, D. H., Linton, J.D., 2012. “The Patent Paradox – New Insights Through Decision Support Using Compound Options”, Technological Forecasting and Social Change, 79(1): 180-185.
Linton, J.D., Himel, M., Embrechts, M. 2009. “Mapping the Structure of Research: Business and Management as an exemplar”, Serials Review, 35(4): 218-227.
Linton, J.D., Walsh, S., 2008. “A Theory of Innovation for Process Based Innovations such as Nanotechnology”, Technological Forecasting and Social Change, 75: 583-594.
Linton, J.D., Morabito, J., Yeomans, J.S., 2007. “An extension to a DEA support system used for assessing R&D projects”, R&D Management, 37(1): 29-36, January.
Friedman, R. Roberts, D., and Linton, J.D. 2008 Technology and Innovation Management: Foundational and Fundamental Knowledge, IGI Press, Hershey, PA, 305.
Linton, J.D, Walsh, S.T. 2016 “Integrating Foresight and Corporate Planning”, in Deploying Foresight for Policy and Strategy Makers, Gokhberg, L., Meissner, D., Sokolov, A. (Ed.), Springer, Berlin, 49-64.
Chavez, V.A., Linton, J.D., Stinnett, R., Walsh, S.T. 2015 “Overcoming Hurdles for Commercializing: Emerging Technologies: the Harbingers of Schumpeterian Cycles for superior economic rent”, in Small Business in a Global Economy: Creating and Managing Successful Organizations, Newbert, S. (Ed.), Praeger, Santa Barbara, CA.
Casault, S., Groen. A. , Linton, J.D. 2013 “Selection of a Portfolio of R&D Projects”, in Handbook on the Theory and Practice of Program Evaluation, Link, A. N. and Vonortas, N.S. (Eds), Edward Elger, Cheltenham, UK, 89-111.
Embrechts, M., Linton, J.D., Bogaerts, W., Heyns, B., Evangelista, P. 2007 “Automated Text Categorization Based on a Readability Fingerprint”, in Lecture Notes on Computer Science (4669), Springer, New York, 408-416.
Giasolli, R., Walsh, S.T., Celluci, T., Rahal, N., Atherton, T., Eijkel, K., Williams, D., Walsh, D., Newberry, D., Linton, J.D., 2004 “Nanotechnology”, in International Micro-Nano Roadmap 2nd Edition, Mancef, Albuquerque, New Mexico, 152-315.
Linton, J.D., Bhattacharya, S., 2003 “Reuse and Technology Diffusion”, in Business Perspectives on Closed Loop Supply Chains, Guide, V.R.D., Jr., Van Wassenhove, L.N. (Eds.), Carnegie-Mellon Press, Pittsburgh, 221-254.
Linton, J.D., Thukral, I.S., Walsh, S.T., Kirchhoff, B.A., 2002 “An Improved Method and Forecast for the World-Wide Market Growth of Firms”, in International MEMS, Microsystems, Top-Down Nano Roadmap, Mancef, Naples, FL, 158-173.
Guide, V.D., Jr., Linton, J.D., 2002 “Product Design and Product Recovery Logistics”, in Mechanical Life Cycle Handbook, Hundal, M.S., Dekker, M. (Eds.), 605-630.
(the full list of publications is presented in CV)
Real Options and Portfolio Analysis for Decision Support, Power Corporation, 2016-2018
Science Technology Studies, Basic Research Program, Higher School of Economics, 2014-2016
Science and Technology Entrepreneurship Policy and Regulation, National Science Council and Small and Medium Enterprise Administration (Minsitry of Economic Affairs), 2014
Managing Research for Policy and Regulation Development, Communications Research Centre, 2012-2013
Real Options and Portfolio Analysis for Decision Support, Power Corporation, 2011-2015
Using Direct Kernel Methods to Accelerate Process Improvement with New and Emerging Technologies Within and Across Supply Chains, NSERC, 2008-2014
R&D Management Road Mapping Workshop, RADMA, 2009-2011
Using Real Options to Gain Insights into the Assessment and Management of Research, SSHRC, 2008-2011
Participation in international research conferences and workshops
Fursov, K., Linton, J.D., “Soviet Bottom-up Innovation Activities and their implications to emerging economies”, Sixth HSE Academic Conference on Foresight and STI Policy, Moscow, October 2016.
Linton, J.D., “Research on Technology Entrepreneurship Education: what we know? what we need to know?“, Academy of Management Annual Meeting, Anahiem, CA, August 2016.
Linton, J.D., “Managing Portfolios of R&D,“ Invited Keynote, R&D Management Conference, Cambridge, UK, July 2016.
Linton, J.D., “ Towards a Better Understanding of the Unsteady Ground that underlies Tech Startups and other Small Businesses,“ International Council on Small Business, Hoboken, New Jersey, June 2016.
Linton, J.D., “Thick Tails: Implications for High Tech Firms,“ High Tech Small Firm Conference, Liverpool, UK, June 2016.
Linton, J.D., “From Lab to Living Room: transforming research into an entrepreneruial business,“Invited Guest Speaker, School of Biomedical Engineering, Dalhouse University, Halifax, May 2016.
Linton, J.D., Grebenyuk, A., Sokolov, A., “Self Interest and Science Implications for Developing Research Priorities,“ International Academic Conference on Economic and Social Development, Moscow, April 2016.
Linton, J.D., Grebenyuk, A., Sokolov, A., “Self Interest and Science Implications for Developing Research Priorities,“ Annual Meeting of the American Association for the Advancement of Science, Poster Session, Washington, February 2016.
Linton, J.D., Edelkina, A., Klubova, M., Karasev, O., “Selecting Projects that Satisfy Both Market Pull and Technology Push Considerations,” International Academic Conference – Foresight and STI Policy, Moscow, Russian, November 2015.
Linton, J.D., Edelkina, A., Klubova, M., Karasev, O., “Selecting Projects that Satisfy Both Market Pull and Technology Push Considerations,” Product Development Management Association, Anaheim, CA, November 2015.
Linton, J.D., “Understanding the Impact of R&D and Innovation on the value of Science Intensive Firms, ” R&D Management Conference, Pisa, Italy, June 2015.
Linton, J.D., “Innovation and the Externalities: How R&D Intensive and Natural Resource firms are similar to each other,”International Association for the Management of Technology, Cape Town, South Africa, June 2015.
Linton, J.D., “Publishing in International Journals: Insights into North American Practices,” Understanding of Entrepreneurship as Essential Part of University Study and Research, Tomsk, Russian Federation, April 2015.
Linton, J.D., “Publishing Papers with Punch,“ University of Cambridge, Cambridge, UK, March 2015.
(the full list of conferences is presented in CV)
2016 to present: Chair in Operations and Technology Management, School of Management, University of Sheffield, UK.
2014 – 2019: National Research University Higher School of Economics (Moscow, Russia). Head of the Research Laboratory for Science and Technology Studies, Institute for Statistical Studies and Economics of Knowledge.
2013 to present: Canada-India Trade Mission for Inclusive Innovation Projects for Aerospace, Defense and Energy Sectors, using emerging Sensors, Small Satellites and Nanotechnology. Member.
2013 to present: Associate Director for Technology Innovation, Institute for Science, Society and Policy.
2012 to present: US/Canada Bilateral Committee on Innovation.
2011 to present: Medical Devices Innovation Institute, University of Ottawa. Affiliated Expert.
2010 to present: Committee on Publication Ethics. Member.
2008 – 2017: University of Ottawa, Telfer School of Management, Full Professor.
2005 – 2012: International Advisory Board, IAMOT. Member.
2006 to present: Power Corporation Professor for the Management of Technological Enterprises.
2006 – 2008: University of Ottawa, School of Management, Associate Professor.
2002 – 2006: Lally School of Management and Technology, Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute, Assistant Professor.
1999 – 2002: Polytechnic Institute of New York University, Assistant Professor.
1998 – 1999: New Jersey Institute of Technology, Assistant Professor.
1997 – 1997: Old Dominion University, Visiting Assistant Professor.
1991 – 1994: Technical and Educational, Environmental Design Consulting Engineers Ltd., Consultant.
1989 – 1991: Advanced Manufacturing Engineer, Ford Electronics, Project Engineer.
1988 – 1989: Materials Innovation, Co-Founder.
1986 – 1986: University of Western Ontario, Faculty of Medicine, Biomedical Researcher.
HSE offers applicants a large selection of master's programmes in business management and development. Jonathan Linton, Head of the Laboratory for Research in Science and Technology at the Institute for Statistical Studies and Economics of Knowledge (ISSEK) at the Higher School of Economics, discusses the qualities managers and innovators need in today’s world.
The new issue of the Foresight and STI Governance journal examines the experience of different countries in managing innovations in the public and private sectors.
Over the past 20 years, the BRICS countries' contribution to biotechnology development has increased manyfold, but it may be too early to predict a change of global leaders in this field, according to HSE ISSEK researchers who examined biotechnology patenting in the BRICS countries and published their findings in Trends in Biotechnology.
The new issue of Foresight and STI Governance presents various aspects of the corporate sector’s innovation-based development: approaches to conducting Foresight studies, market evaluation of research-intensive companies, intellectual capital’s impact on firms’ performance. International experts assess the prospects for transboundary academic cooperation in the context of global geopolitical processes, and propose an “intelligent leadership” model for state universities.
In the latest issue of ‘Foresight’ (2015, Vol. 9, No 2) consideration is given to the long-term prospects of the market of hybrid cars and nuclear energy, development of entrepreneurship, and the factors behind people's willingness to engage in continuing education; new tools to assess the quality of research are also proposed.
Professor Jonathan Linton, Power Corporation Professor for the Management of Technological Enterprise of the University of Ottawa, Canada, and Editor-in-Chief of the ‘Technovation‘ journal has been appointed as the new Head of the HSE Laboratory for Science and Technology Studies at ISSEK the Institute of Statistical Studies and Economics of Knowledge. In this interview for the HSE English Language News Servicel he talked about what he hopes to achieve in his new job.