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dr. (Willem) W. Hulsink

Associate Professor of Strategic Management and Entrepreneurship

Associate Professor RSM - Rotterdam School of Management Department of Strategic Management and Entrepreneurship
Location
Erasmus University Rotterdam
Room
T 07-49
Telephone
+31 10 4082618
Email
whulsink@rsm.nl

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Willem Hulsink is an associate professor at the Department of Strategic Management and Entrepreneurship, Rotterdam School of Management, Erasmus University (RSM).

Professor Hulsink is the director of RSM's Centre for Entrepreneurship and a senior lecturer in entrepreneurship at the school.

His research interests include new venture creation and firm growth, entrepreneurial networking in high-tech industries, and strategic management in infrastructural and/or regulated sectors.

His findings have been published in a range of scientific journals including Small Business Economics, Organization Studies, Technology Analysis & Strategic Management, and the International Journal of Technology Management.…

Willem Hulsink is an associate professor at the Department of Strategic Management and Entrepreneurship, Rotterdam School of Management, Erasmus University (RSM).

Professor Hulsink is the director of RSM's Centre for Entrepreneurship and a senior lecturer in entrepreneurship at the school.

His research interests include new venture creation and firm growth, entrepreneurial networking in high-tech industries, and strategic management in infrastructural and/or regulated sectors.

His findings have been published in a range of scientific journals including Small Business Economics, Organization Studies, Technology Analysis & Strategic Management, and the International Journal of Technology Management.

He is the author of several books including Privatisation and Liberalisation in European Telecommunications (1999, Routledge), On creating competition and strategic restructuring (with Emiel Wubben, 2003, Edward Elgar), and Pathways to Research Triangles and High-tech Valleys (with Hans Dons, 2008, Kluwer/Springer).

      • W. Hulsink (2008). Pathways to High-tech Valleys and Research Triangles: innovative entrepreneurship, knowledge transfer and cluster formation in Europe and the United States (Frontis series, Vol. 24). Wageningen: Springer-Kluwer
      • W. Hulsink (2005). From farming knowledge to knowledge farming: the contribution of innovative entrepreneurship and networking to agri-food and other technology clusters. Wageningen: Wageningen University
      • W. Hulsink, F.C. Stam & D.H. Manuel (2004). Ondernemen in Netwerken. Startende en groeiende bedrijven in de Informatiesamenleving. Assen: Koninklijke van Gorcum
      • W. Hulsink (2003). Regional clusters in ICT (TIC Trends in Communication). Amsterdam: Boom
      • W. Hulsink & E.F.M. Wubben (2003). On creating competition and strategic restructuring: Regulatory reform in public utilities. Cheltenham UK: Edward Elgar
      • W. Hulsink (2002). Regional clusters in ICT (TIC, 10). Amsterdam: Boom Uitgeverij
      • R. Mansell, A.C. Davies & W. Hulsink (1995). The New Telecommunications in the Netherlands: Strategic Developments in Technologies and markets. The Hague: Rathenau Institute
        • W. Hulsink & V. Scholten (2018). Dedicated funding for leasing & sharing R&D equipment and its impact on innovation, follow-on financing and growth of biotech start-ups. In C. Bellavitis, I Filatotchev, D.S. Kamuriwo & T Vanacker (Eds.), Entrepreneurial Finance: New frontiers of research and practice (pp. 95-118). Abingdon UK: Routledge
        • T. Elfring & W. Hulsink (2018). Dynamic networking by entrepreneurs in the search for opportunities, collaborators and endorsers. In The Oxford Handbook of Entrepreneurship and Collaboration. Oxford: Oxford University Press
        • L. Carvalho, M. Kunz,, A. Laker & W. Hulsink (2016). True fruits. In Small businesses, Big ideas. Global case studies in strategy, marketing and entrepreneurship (pp. 169-182). San Diego CA: Cognella Academic Publishing
        • W. Hulsink, H. Dons, T. Lans & V. Blok (2014). Boosting entrepreneurship education within the knowledge network of the Dutch Agri-Food Sciences: the new ‘Wageningen’ approach. In Handbook on the entrepreneurial university (pp. 248-278). Edward Elgar
        • W. Hulsink (2012). Intellectual journeys with Frans van den Bosch: peddling between Fayol and Erasmus. In Professor Frans van den Bosch: A view from within (pp. 44-49). Rotterdam: ERIM
        • E. Pronker, A. Osterhaus, E. Claassen & W. Hulsink (2012). Entrepreneurship and science-based venturing: the case of vaccine development. In Marco Van Gelderen & Enno Masurel (Eds.), Entrepreneurship in context (pp. 214-229). Routledge
        • A.M.C.E. Stam & W. Hulsink (2012). Contextualizing entrepreneurship in administered markets: new entrants' stakeholder mobilization and legitimacy generation in Dutch Healthcare. In M Van Gelderen & E Masurel (Eds.), Entrepreneurship in context (pp. 60-75). Routledge
        • W. Hulsink, J. Hessels & K. Suddle (2011). Building entrepreneurial platforms and innovative hotspots: science and technology-based regional development in the Netherlands. In S. Mian (Ed.), Science and technology-based regional entrepreneurship. Global experiences in policy and program development (pp. 209-233). Edward Elgar
        • W. Hulsink, T. Elfring & W. Stam (2009). The locus of innovation in small and medium-sized firms: the importance of social capital and networking in innovative entrepreneurship. In C. Petti (Ed.), Cases in technological entrepreneurship: converting ideas into value (pp. 80-106). Edward Elgar
        • W. Hulsink, D. Manuel & H. Bouwman (2008). Clustering in IT: from Route 128 to Silicon Valley, from DEC to Google, from hardware to content. In W. Hulsink & H. Dons (Eds.), Pathways to High-tech Valleys and Research Triangles: innovative entrepreneurship, knowledge transfer and cluster formation in Europe and the United States (Frontis Series, 24) (pp. 53-77). Wageningen: Springer-Kluwer
        • W. Hulsink & H. Dons (2008). Venturing and clustering in agri-food and high-technology hot spots: An introduction. In W. Hulsink & H. Dons (Eds.), Pathways to High-tech Valleys and Research Triangles: innovative entrepreneurship, knowledge transfer and cluster formation in Europe and the United States (pp. 1-23). Wageningen: Springer-Kluwer
        • W. van der Aa, W.E.J. Bodewes & W. Hulsink (2008). New business in Rotterdam: het ritselt in Rotterdam van de ondernemende activiteiten. In J.W. Oosterwijk, S. Lamberts & K. Van Rooijen (Eds.), Erasmus Universiteit van Rotterdam: Opstellen voor Opstelten en alle andere Rotterdammers (pp. 114-117). Rotterdam: Erasmus Universiteit Rotterdam
        • W. Hulsink (2007). Ondernemerschap als alchemie: het maken van goud vanuit het niets. In Technologie Toppers 06/07: Deloitte's Fast50 & Rising Stars (pp. 5-6). Gopher-Fast50 Foundation
        • W. Hulsink & J.P.J. de Jong (2006). Sources of success: Small firms' use of networks to support the development of innovations. In Frontiers of Entrepreneurship Research (pp. 351-351). Babson: Babson College
        • W. Hulsink & D. Manuel (2005). Venturing: spinn-off creatie en incubatie. In Inspirerend innoveren. Meerwaarde door kennis (pp. 50-51). Den Haag: Expertisecentrum KVIE
        • W. Hulsink, T. Elfring & D.H. Manuel (2005). ICT-starters en hun netwerken. In J. de Haan & L. van der Laan (Eds.), Jaarboek ICT en samenleving 2005: Kennis in netwerken (pp. 49-64). Amsterdam: Boom
        • W. Hulsink, H. Bouwman & T. Elfring (2004). ICT Clusters in Nederland en Vlaanderen. In W. Hulsink, D. Manuel & E. Stam (Eds.), Ondernemen in netwerken: nieuwe en groeiende bedrijven in de informatiesamenleving (pp. 91-108). Assen: Koninklijke van Gorcum
        • W. Hulsink (2004). Reactie op 'De toekomst van het waterbedrijf in Nederland (van Bockel & Budding)'. In Uitgelezen! Een selectie uit het werk van Twynstra Gudde (pp. 291-291). Amersfoort: Twynstra Gudde
        • W. Hulsink & T. Elfring (2004). Entrepreneurs, New Technology Firms and Networks: Experiences from Lone Starters, Spin-offs & Incubatees in the Dutch ICT Industry 1990-2000. In W. During, R. Oakey & S. Kauser (Eds.), New Technology-based Firms in the New Millenium (pp. 69-87). Amsterdam: Elsevier
        • W. Hulsink, D.H. Manuel & F.C. Stam (2004). Inleiding. In W. Hulsink, D. Manuel & E. Stam (Eds.), Ondernemen in netwerken: nieuwe en groeiende bedrijven in de informatiesamenleving (pp. 3-10). Assen: Koninklijke van Gorcum
        • W. Hulsink, D.H. Manuel & F.C. Stam (2004). Conclusie. In W. Hulsink, D. Manuel & E. Stam (Eds.), Ondernemen in netwerken: nieuwe en groeiende bedrijven in de informatiesamenleving (pp. 299-303). Assen: Koninklijke van Gorcum
        • W. Hulsink & T. Elfring (2004). Netwerkeffecten op ondernemingsprocessen: startende bedrijven in de Nederlandse ICT-sector. In D.M.W. Hulsink & E. Stam (Eds.), Ondernemen in netwerken: nieuwe en groeiende bedrijven in de informatiesamenleving (pp. 195-211). Assen: Koninklijke Van Gorcum
        • H. Bouwman, T. Elfring & W. Hulsink (2003). High-Tech valleys in the Low Countries? Entrepreneurship, incubators and clusters in the Netherlands and Flanders? M. van Geenhuizen, D.V. Gibson & M.V. Heitor. In M. van Geenhuizen, M.V. Heitor & D.V. Gibson (Eds.), Regional developments and conditions for innovation in the Network Society (International series on technology policy and innovation, 5) (pp. 335-359). Indiana: Purdue University Press
        • W. Hulsink (2003). Extrapreneurship: nieuwe combinaties van ondernemers, investeerders en incubators. In R. Risseeuw & R. Thurik (Eds.), Handboek ondernemers & adviseurs: Management en economie van het midden- en kleinbedrijf (pp. 165-184). Deventer: Kluwer
        • W. Hulsink & A.C. Davies (2003). Making markets: telecommunications in Western Europe. In G. Madden (Ed.), World Telecommunications Markets: The International Handbook of Telecommunications Economics (pp. 413-429). Cheltenham: Edward Elgar
        • W. Hulsink & E.F.M. Wubben (2003). Making markets and controlling competition: Regulatory reform in public utilities. In Wubben, E.F.M. & Hulsink, W. (Eds.), On Creating Competition and Strategic Restructuring: Regulatory Reform in Public Utilities (pp. 1-25). Cheltenham UK: Edward Elgar
        • E.F.M. Wubben & W. Hulsink (2003). A Waterloo of utility liberalization? How great deregulation expectations were dashed by the Dutch water industry in the 1990s. In Wubben, E.F.M. & Hulsink, W (Eds.), On Creating Competition and Strategic Restructuring: Regulatory Reform in Public Utilities (pp. 183-216). Cheltenham UK: Edward Elgar
        • T. Elfring & W. Hulsink (2002). Networks effects on Entrepreneurial Processes: Start-ups in the Dutch ICT Industry 1990-2000. In Paper presented at RENT XVI 16th Conference Universitat Autonoma de Barcelona, Spain, November 21-22,2000 Conference Proceedings. Barcelona, Spain
        • W. Hulsink (2002). Editorial. In Regional clusters in ICT, No. 10: 3-6 (TIC Trends in Communication, 10) (pp. 3-6). Amsterdam: Boom
        • W. Hulsink (2001). Do Nations Matter in the Globalising Telecommunication Industry? Comparing Liberalisation and Privatisation Policies in the Netherlands, The United Kingdom and France. In Paper presented at Small States in World Markets. Fifteen Years Later. An International Multidisciplinary Conference, Goteborg, Sweden, 27-29- September 2001
        • T. Elfring & W. Hulsink (2001). Fighting for Survival and Legitimacy: Growth Trajectories of High Technology Firms in the Netherlands. In W. During, R. Oakey & S. Kauser (Eds.), New Technology-based Firms in tne New Millenium (pp. 4-25). Elsevier-Pergamon
        • W. Hulsink, H. Bouwman & D.H. Manuel (2000). 'De mooiste meisjes lopen altijd aan de overkant van de gracht: Silicon Valley, Route 128 en Silicon Alley als inspiratiebronnen voor de Lage Landen. In H. Bouwman & W. Hulsink (Eds.), Silicon Valley in de Polder: ICT-clusters in de Lage Landen (pp. 23-73). Utrecht: Lemma
        • W. Hulsink (2000). Do Nations Matter in the Globalising Telecommunication Industry? In - - (Ed.), Comparing Liberalisation and Privatisation Policies in the Netherlands, the United Kingdom and France (pp. ---). Washington DC: Sociological Abstracts December/ASA
        • W. Hulsink (2000). 'Een Spraakmakend Bedrijf en een High Tech Cluster vanuit het Niets: Het Succes van Lernout & Hauspie en Flanders Language Valley. In H. Bouwman & W. Hulsink (Eds.), Silicon Valley in de Polder: ICT-clusters in de Lage Landen (pp. 259-282). Utrecht: Lemma
        • H. Bouwman & W. Hulsink (2000). "Innovatieve clustervorming: Het Twinning Concept als voorbeeld. In H. Bouwman & W. Hulsink (Eds.), Silicon Valley in de Polder: ICT-clusters in de Lage Landen (pp. 207-230). Utrecht: Lemma
        • W. Hulsink (2000). 'De Micro-elektronika Gordel rondom Leuven: IMEC als incubator en katalysator in de DSP-Vally. In H. Bouwman & W. Hulsink (Eds.), Silicon Valley in de Polder: ICT-clusters in de Lage Landen (pp. 301-314). Utrecht: Lemma
        • H. Bouwman & W. Hulsink (2000). 'Silicon Alleys, Cybercities en Digital Valleys: ICT en Innovatief Ondernemerschap als Impuls voor Lokale en Regionale Ontwikkelingen. In H. Bouwman & W. Hulsink (Eds.), Silicon Valley in de Polder: ICT-clusters in de Lage Landen (pp. 15-22). Utrecht: Lemma
        • T. Elfring & W. Hulsink (2000). Growth trajectories of High Technology Firms: cases from the Netherlands. In - - (Ed.), Paper prepared for rent xiv, 14th workshop, Prague, Czech Republic, Novermber 23-24 1999 (pp. 83-88). Prague: -
        • T. Elfring & W. Hulsink (2000). "Fighting for Survival and Legitimacy: Growth Trajectories of High Technology Firms in the Netherlands". In High Technology Small Firms Confgerence. Enschede: Universiteit of Twente
        • T. Elfring & W. Hulsink (2000). "Growth trajectories of High Technology Firms: cases from the Netherlands". In Paper prepared for RENT XIV, 14th workshop, Prague, Czech Republic, November 23-24,1999
        • W. Hulsink & A.C. Davies (2000). European Telecommunications Champions: Preparing for Global Competition Strategic Management: An Introdcution to Business and Corporate Strategy. In P.N. Finlay (Ed.), Strategic Management: An Introdcution to Business and Corporate Strategy (pp. 718-726). London: Prentice Hall/Pearson
        • H. Bouwman & W. Hulsink (2000). 'Naar een Dynamisch Model voor ICT-clustering. In H. Bouwman & W. Hulsink (Eds.), Silicon Valley in de Polder: ICT-clusters in de Lage Landen (pp. 375-406). Utrecht: Lemma
        • W. Hulsink (2000). 'Case: Het Silicon Polder Fund van de Gebroeders Baan. In H. Bouwman & W. Hulsink (Eds.), Silicon Valley in de Polder:ICT-clusters in de Lage Landen (pp. 231-233). Utrecht: Lemma
        • W. Hulsink (1999). Telecommunication Industry? Comparing liberalisation and privatisation policies in the Netherlands, the United Kingdom and France. In W. Hulsink (Ed.), Formative periods in the history of Telecommunication in the Nordic countries and Holland (pp. 15-19). Copenhagen, Sweden: Copenhagen University
        • W. Hulsink (1999). The Formation and Growth of the New High-Technology Compagnies: Evidence from the Duch and Flemish Information Technology and Biotechnology Industries. In - - - (Ed.), Proceedings of 15th EGOS Colloquium, Warwick (pp. 123-130). Warwick, (UK): EGOS - European Group for Organization Studies
        • A.C. Davies & W. Hulsink (1999). Multinationals in the Making: Corporate Strategies of European Public Telecommunications Operators. In M.S.S. El-Namaki et al (Ed.), Strategic Issues at the Dawn of a New Millennium (pp. 277-296). -: LANSA Publishers
        • E.F.M. Wubben & W. Hulsink (1998). Het Waterloo van de marktwerking. In ? redacteur? (Ed.), Jaarboek 1997/1998 Koninklijke Vereniging voor de Staatshuishoudkunde (pp. 47-50). Rotterdam: Koninklijke Vereniging voor de Staatshuishoudkunde
        • W. Hulsink & H. Schenk (1998). Privatisation and deregulation in the Netherlands. In D. Parker (Ed.), Privatisation in the European Union: Theory and Policy Perspectives (pp. 242-257). London: Routledge
        • W. Hulsink & H. van Bolhuis (1998). Electronic commerce and cyber-entrepreneurship: potential and problems of European start-up firms in ICT. In G.J. Doukidis, J. Gricar & J. Novak (Eds.), Electronic Commerce in the Information Society (Proceedings: Volume 1: Research) (pp. 436-459). Kranj, Slovenia: Moderna Organizacija
        • H. Bouwman, A.C. Davies & W. Hulsink (1997). From PTT policy to telecommunications policy? unravelling the persistent powerbase of European PTO's. In L. Caby & T. Vedel (Eds.), Tecommunications: Changing Relationships in Information Society (Trends in Communications (TIC), 3) (pp. 53-91). Amsterdam: Boom
        • L. Hancher, W. Hulsink & K. Sevinga (1997). Utility regulation in the Netherlands. In I. Lewington (Ed.), Utility Regulation 1997 (pp. 125-131). London: Privatisation International Ltd
        • W. Hulsink (1997). Monopolized, privatised, diversified, and incorporated: an institutional analysis of the evolution of the Dutch Postbank (1945-1994). In A. Bugra & B. Usdiken (Eds.), State, Market and Organizational Form (De Gruyter Studies in Organization, 80) (pp. 105-148). Berlin - New York: Walter de Gruyter
        • W. Hulsink (1994). From State Monopolies to Euro-nationals and Global Alliances: The Case of the European Telecommunications Sector. In Changing Business Systems in Europe: An Institutional Approach (pp. 455-484). Brussels: VUB Press
        • W. Hulsink (1993). Domestic Policy Responses to Internationalization: Regulatory Reform of Dutch Telecommunications. In M. Christoffersen & A. Henten (Eds.), Telecommunication: Limits to Deregulation? (European Communication Policy Research Series) (pp. 73-95) Amsterdam: IOS Press
        • H. Bouwman & W. Hulsink (1992). The Netherlands: Bundling Successes or Bundling Failures? The Art of System Integration. In H. Bouwman & M. Christoffersen (Eds.), Relaunching Videotex (pp. 39-51). Deventer: Kluwer Academic Publishers
        • W. Hulsink (2012). Ondernemerschap: de jeugd heeft de toekomst. Wat kunnen we van jeugdondernemers leren? In W. Mastenbroek (Ed.), Ondernemerschap: Succesfactoren voor prestatieverbetering en klantgerichtheid (pp. 14-21). Amsterdam: Management Site
        • W. Hulsink (2010). Challengers hebben meer lef dan anderen. In Ondernemersgeheimen. De beste tips uit 5 jaar Sprout (pp. 50). Sprout Media
        • T. Elfring & W. Hulsink (2000). 'Fighting for Survival and Legitimacy: Growth Trajectories of High Technology Firms in the Netherlands. In - - (Ed.), High Technology Small Firms Conference (1) (pp. 275-305). Enschede: University of Twente
        • W. Hulsink & E.F.M. Wubben (1998). 'De beurs moet van het drinkwater afblijven'. In - - (Ed.), Regionale duurzaamheidsdebatten NCDO/COS-kwadrant (pp. ---). -: -
        • W. Hulsink & A.C. Davies (1996). The Return of the Nation State. In Telecom International (September) (pp. 20-23)
        • W. Hulsink, T. Elfring & H. Bouwman (2001). ICT-Valleys in the Low Countries? Entrepreneurship, Incubators and Clusters in the Netherlands and Flanders. In Paper presented at the Future Cities Symposium, Riyah (Saudi Arabia), 1-12 November 2001. Proceedings & Research Papers Volume One
        • W. Hulsink, T. Elfring & H. Bouwman (2000). ICT-Valleys in the Low Countries? Entrepreneurship, Incubators and Clusters in the Netherlands and Flanders. In W. Hulsink, T. Elfring & H. Bouwman (Eds.), Paper prepared for the EUNIP Milenium Conference (pp. ---). Tilburg: Tilburg University
        • H. Bouwman & W. Hulsink (2000). A Dynamic Model of Cyber-entrepreneurship and Clusters: Applications in the U.S. and the Low Countries. In H. Bouwman & W. Hulsink (Eds.), Paper presented at the 3rd USP Roundtable. E-Enterprise 2000: Structures and Systems (pp. ---). Haifa (Israel): -
        • W. Hulsink (1999). Do Nations Matter in the Globalising Telecommunication Industry? Comparing Liberalisation and Privatisation Policies in the Netherlands, the United Kingdom and France. In W. Hulsink (Ed.), Paper presented at the Worlshop on Big Systems-Small Countries: Formative Periods in the History of Telecommunication in the Nordic countries and in Holland (pp. ---). Copenhagen: -
        • W. Hulsink & H. van Bolhuis (1999). Death of the Cyber Sales Manager: The Rise of Electronic Commerce and the Fall of the Online Payments Firm Digicash BV. In - - - (Ed.), Papers prepared for 2nd USP Roundtable ERP and Beyond, Utrecht, October 26-29, 1999 (pp. 1-5). Utrecht: Baan Brothers Fountation
        • W. Hulsink (1999). Do Nations Matter in the Globalising Telecommunication Industry? - Comparing Liberalisation and Privatisation Policies in the Netherlands, the United Kingdom and France. In W. Hulsink (Ed.), Papers presented the WORKSHOP: On Big Systems - Small Countries: Formative in Holland (pp. 132-138). Delft: Eburon
        • W. Hulsink, B.M.G. van der Meer & E.J. Meeusen-Henniger (1999). High Tech Entrepreneurship in the Low Countries? The Growth and Evolution of Start-Up Companies in the Dutch and Flemish Information Technology and Biotechnology Industries. In W. Hulsink, B.M.G. van der Meer & E.J. Meeusen-Henniger (Eds.), Paper presented ath the 12th Workshop RENT XII Research in Entrepreneurship and Small Business (pp. ---). Lyon (France): Management Innovation for SMEs E.M.
        • W. Hulsink (1999). The Formation and Growth of New High-Technology Companies: Evidence from the Dutch and Flemish Information Technology and Biotechnology Industries. In W. Hulsink (Ed.), Paper presented at the European Group for Organization Studies, 15th EGOS Colloquium (pp. ---). Warwick (UK): Warwick Business School/University of Warwick
        • W. Hulsink, B.M.G. van der Meer & E.J. Meeusen-Henniger (1998). 'New Forms of Entrepreneurship? Successful Start-Up Companies in the Dutch and Flemish Information Technology and Biotechnology Industry. In W. Hulsink, B.M.G. van der Meer & E.J. Meeusen-Henniger (Eds.), Paper presented at 14th EGOS Colloquium Stretching in the Boundaries of Organisation Studies into the Next Millenium, Subtheme 9: Entrepreneurial behaviour (pp. ---). Maastricht: Maastricht University
        • W. Hulsink, B.M.G. van der Meer & E.J. Meeusen-Henniger (1998). High tech entrepreneurship in the low countries? Searching for successful start-up companies in the information technology and biotechnology industries. In ? redacteur? (Ed.), Management Innovation for SMEs (Niet naspeurbaar!) (pp. pag?-pag?). Lyon: uitgever?
      • H. Bouwman & W. Hulsink (Ed.). (2000). Silicon Valley in de Polder: ICT-clusters in de Lage Landen (in Dutch: Silicon Valley in the Polder: ICT-clusters in the Low Countries). Utrecht: Lemma
      • W. Hulsink (Ed.). (1999). Privatisation and Liberalisation in European Telecommunications: Comparing Britain, the Netherlands and France. London and New York: Routledge Publishers
        • H. Dons & W. Hulsink (2010). Zonder ondernemerschap vaart niemand wel! Een visie op versterking van onderzoek, onderwijs en outreach op het gebied van innovatie, kennisvalorisatie en ondernemerschap bij Wageningen UR (2010 en verder). (Extern rapport). Wageningen: WUR
        • W. Hulsink, K. Suddle & J. Hessels (2008). Science and technology-based regional entrepreneurship in Netherlands: building support structures for business creation and growth entrepreneurship. (Intern rapport). 3000 DR Rotterdam: ERIM
        • W. Hulsink, W. Heijman & P. Altena (2007). Blue print for detecting and developing regional clusters. (Extern rapport). Wageningen: WUR
        • F.P.H. Jaspers, W. Hulsink & J. Theeuwes (2005). Virtual enterprises, mobile markets and volatile customers: entry and innovation strategies of Mobile Virtual Network Operators (MVNOs) into the telecommunications services market. (Intern rapport). 3000 DR Rotterdam: ERIM
        • J. Molas-Gallart, P. Tang, S. Flowers, A.C. Davies, W. Hulsink, P. Spaapen & W. Gooijer (2003). A review of the ICT Policy in the Netherlands and the UK. A study for the evaluation of the Swedisch national IT-policy. (Extern rapport, A2003:015). Stockholm: ITPS
        • W. Hulsink & E.F.M. Wubben (2003). Creating competition & mastering markets: New entrants, monopolists, and regulators in transforming public utilities across the Atlantic. (Intern rapport, ERIM Report Series Research in Management, no 2003-051). :
        • W. Hulsink & T. Elfring (2003). Network effects on Entrepreneurial Processes: Start-ups in the Dutch ICT Industry 1990-2000. (Intern rapport, ERS, no 2003-070). onbekend: Rotterdam School of Management
        • W.E.J. Bodewes, W. Hulsink & M. Slagter (2002). Alumnionderzoek 2002: Ondernemendheid. Een onderzoek naar de relatie tussen alumni en de faculteit bedrijfskunde. (Extern rapport). Rotterdam: Erasmus Center for Entrepreneurship and New Business Venturing
        • T. Elfring & W. Hulsink (2001). Networks in Entrepreneurship: The Case of High-Technology Firms. (Intern rapport, ERIM Report Series Research in Management (issn 1566-5283)). : Erasmus Research Institute of Management
        • E.F.M. Wubben, F.H.A. Janszen & W. Hulsink (1999). Agritech/Residentie in Veelstromenland. Een zoektocht naar kansen en bedreigingen in de Nederlandse energiesector. (Extern rapport). Rotterdam: Erasmus Universiteit
        • E.F.M. Wubben, W. Hulsink, J. Vis & T. Zuurmond (1999). Notitie over Price-cap regulering in de Electriciteitssector(DTE 1999). (Extern rapport). Rotterdam: Eneco
        • W. Hulsink & H. van Bolhuis (1998). Electronic commerce and cyber-entrepreneurship: potential and problems of start-up firms in ICT. (Intern rapport, Management Report Series, no 6-1998). : ERIM
        • A.C. Davies & W. Hulsink (1998). Multinationals in the making: corporate strategies of European public telecommunications operators. (Intern rapport, Management Report Series, no 40-1998). : ERIM
        • A.C. Davies & W. Hulsink (1998). Corporate strategies of European public telecommunications operators. (Intern rapport, Management Report Series, no 46). : Unknown
        • W. Hulsink & P. Tang (1997). The winds of change: digital technologies, trading information and managing intellectual property rights. (Intern rapport, Management Report Series, no 44(13)). : ERIM
        • W. Hulsink (1993). In Pursuit of a New Consensus?: the Liberalisation, Privatisation and Regulatory Reform of Telecommunications in the Netherlands. (Extern rapport, Management Report Series, no 139). Rotterdam: Erasmus University Rotterdam FBK-RSM
        • W. Hulsink & G.J. Kemme (1992). Van publiek monopolie tot zelfregulerend kartel? Institutionele en bestuurskundige aspecten van de openbare elektronische informatievoorziening. (Extern rapport, Management Report Series, no 106). Rotterdam: Erasmus University Rotterdam FBK-RSM
        • W. Hulsink (1991). Actors, Telecommunication Systems and Public Policies: the Diffusion of Videotex in the Netherlands. (Extern rapport, Management Report Series, no 96). Rotterdam: Erasmus University Rotterdam FBK-RSM
        • W. Hulsink, F.A.A. Boons & L. Berchicci (2013). Learning from Learning Regions? What can the emerging Rotterdam Clean Tech Cluster learn from its own evolution and innovation hot spots elsewhere? (Extern rapport). Rotterdam: Erasmus University Rotterdam
        • W. Hulsink & P. Kraaijeveld (2004). From Go to IPO: The hyper-growth strategy of the new European telecoms operator Versatel, Case study & teacher's guide for class discussion (2004-1 Eship - EUR). (Extern rapport). Rotterdam: Eship
        • W. Hulsink & W.E.J. Bodewes (2004). Nieuwe bedrijvigheid in de life sciences: Op zoek naar passende bedrijfsmodellen en technisch- en commercieel haalbare ideeen. (Extern rapport). Ede/Wageningen: BioPartner
        • P. Kraaijeveld & W. Hulsink (2003). Governing Dutch Banking: A longitudinal study of standards setting in retail payments. (Extern rapport, The E-Business Review, no III). Nacogdoches Texas USA: International Academy of E-business
        • W. Hulsink (2003). Death of the Cyber Sales Manager: The Rise of Electronic Commerce and the Fall of the Online Payments Firm Digicash BV The E-business Review III: 82-85. (Extern rapport, The E-Business Review, no III). Nacogdoches Texas USA: International Academy of E-business
        • T. Elfring & W. Hulsink (2002). Entrepreneurs, innovation and high-technology firms: The network effect. (Extern rapport, The ICFAIAN Journal of Management Research, no 1 (5)). Hyderabad: Institute of Chartered Financial Analysis of India
        • F.H.A. Janszen, W. Hulsink & E.F.M. Wubben (1999). Onder Hoogspanning? (Extern rapport). Rotterdam: Erasmus Universiteit
        • E.F.M. Wubben, L. Hancher, W. Hulsink & H. Schenk (1998). Stille Wateren Hebben Diepe Gronden. Over vormen van ordening en toezicht in de Nederlandse waterleidingsector. (Extern rapport). Rotterdam: Erasm Business Support Centre
        • T. Elfring, W. Hulsink, N. Busink & D.P.M. Rijnders (2000). Onderzoek naar Incubatoren en Participatiewerken in de Nieuwe Economie. (Extern rapport). Wageningen: Universiteit Wageningen/EUR-FBK/RSM
        • W. Hulsink, B.M.G. van der Meer & E.J. Meeusen-Henniger (1999). High Tech Entrepreneurship in the Low Countries: the growth and evolution of start-up companies in the Dutch and Flemish information technology and biotechnology industries. (Intern rapport, Management Report Series, no 01-1999). :
        • H. Bouwman, W. Hulsink & J.H. van de Riet (1999). Arrogante aanbieders of onwetende vragers in een zich ontwikkelende markt. (Extern rapport). Woerden: Stichting Telecomgebruikers Nederland
        • E.F.M. Wubben, L. Hancher & W. Hulsink (1998). "Stille wateren hebben diepe gronden" Deel II: organisatie en regulering van de drinkwatervoorziening in Engeland & Wales, Frankrijk en Schotland. (Intern rapport, Management Report Serie, no 59-1998). :
        • W. Hulsink, H. Bouwman & A.C. Davies (1998). The external control of European PTT's: about resource dependencies and countervailing powers in a deregulating environment. (Intern rapport, Management Report Series, no 19-1998). : ERIM
        • E.F.M. Wubben, L. Hancher, W. Hulsink & H. Schenk (1998). "Stille wateren hebben diepe gronden" Deel I: over vormen van ordening en toezicht in de Nederlandse wateleidingsector. (Intern rapport, Management Report Serie, no 58-1998). :
        • W. Hulsink & F.P.H. Jaspers (2005, juli 19). Na KPN nu NMA en OPTA aan zet (after KPN's move to acquire Telfort, it is now up to the regulators. Het Financiële Dagblad, pp. 5-5.
        • W. Hulsink (2011, oktober 9). De volgende Tasty Tom: agropreneurs als redders voor de Nederlandse landbouw. Financieel Dagblad FD Outlook, pp. 50.
        • W. Hulsink (2010, juli 30). Een Science Park in Oss werkt niet. NRC Handelsblad
        • W. Hulsink & S. Mian (2009). Building Knowledge Ecosystems through Science and Technology Parks: A Comparative Review of the Emerging US and European Regional Models. In Paper presented at the XXVI IASP World Conference on Science and Technology Parks
        • L. Berchicci & W. Hulsink (2006). Of bikes and men. Innovation patterns and strategic entrepreneurship in the human-powered vehicle sector. In Paper prepared for the workshop on Strategic Entrepreneurship: the role of networking
        • W. Hulsink & T. Elfring (2003). Much ado about nothing? The role and contribution of incubators in promoting entrepreneurship and fostering new companies. In Selection of Papers. Manchester: Manchester Business School
        • W. Hulsink & H. Bouwman (2002). Silicon Valleys in the Polder. Entrepreneurial dynamics, virtuous clusters and vicious firms in the Netherlands and Flanders. In Paper presented at RENT XVI 16th Conference Universitat Autonoma de Barcelona, Spain, November 21-22,2002. Barcelona, Spain
        • W. Hulsink, F.C. Stam & T. Elfring (2004). The Value of Failure, An Investigation into the collapse of ventures, firms and networks and its potential for flexible recycling and recombination. In Paper presented at the Twelfth Annual High Technology Small Firms Conference 2004
        • W. Hulsink, F.C. Stam & T. Elfring (2004). The Value of Failure, Experimentation and recombination in knowledge-based firms and clusters. In Paper presented at 8th European Network on Industrial Policy (EUNIP)
        • W. Hulsink, M. van Gelderen & K. Verduyn (2004). Entrepreneurship in the cinema: feature films as case material in entrepreneurship education. In Paper presented at the 20th EGOS Colloquium, Ljubljana (Slovenia), Subtheme 15: Drawing on Organization Studies to design, manage and organize education.
        • W. Hulsink (2003). From employee to entrepreneur. The contribution of the parent organization to the success of the spin-off firm. In Paper presented at RENT XVII 17th Conference, University of Lodz, Poland, November 2003
  • RSM BV

    Start Date
    Jan/2017
    End Date
    Is current
    Place
    ROTTERDAM
    Specialty
    Entrepeneurship
  • Introduction to Business

    Title
    Introduction to Business
    Year
    2018
    Period
    T1
    Year level
    bachelor 1 (International Business Administration), bachelor 1 (BSc Incoming Exchange)

    RSM Honours Programme

    Title
    RSM Honours Programme
    Year
    2018
    Period
    TERM2

    International entrepreneurship

    Title
    International entrepreneurship
    Year
    2018
    Period
    MCC1
    Year level
    master (International Management / CEMS)

    IM Research clinic

    Title
    IM Research clinic
    Year
    2018
    Period
    YEAR
    Year level
    master (International Management / CEMS)

    Entrepreneurial Bootstrapping

    Title
    Entrepreneurial Bootstrapping
    Year
    2018
    Period
    MEL3
    Year level
    Master (Strategic Entrepreneurship)
    • Organizing Systemic Innovation

      Ferdinand Jaspers

      Organizing Systemic Innovation

    • International Entrepreneurship: Value Creation Across National Borders

      Jolanda Hessels

      International Entrepreneurship: Value Creation Across National Borders

    • Regulation, Governance and Adaptation: Governance transformations in the Dutch and French liberalizing electricity industries

      Eva Niesten

      Regulation, Governance and Adaptation: Governance transformations in the Dutch and French liberalizing electricity industries

    • Manuel Hensmans

      A Republican Settlement Theory of the Firm: Applied to Retail Banks in England and the Netherlands (1830-2007)

  • Associate Professor

    University
    Erasmus University Rotterdam
    School
    RSM - Rotterdam School of Management
    Department
    Department of Strategic Management and Entrepreneurship
    Country
    Nederland
    Telephone
    +31 10 4082618
  • Wageningen University

    Role
    Part-time Chair Innovative Entrepreneurship
    Obtained Wage
    yes
    Start Date
    Jun/2004
    End Date
    Mar/2011

Address

Visiting address

Burg. Oudlaan 50 3062 PA Rotterdam

Postal address

Postbus 1738 3000 DR Rotterdam