BA (Oxford); MSc (UCL); MPP (Harvard)
Michael Blomfield is a PhD student in the Strategy and Entrepreneurship department at London Business School. Michael’s research interests lie in firms’ innovation strategies, with an emphasis on corporate investment in scientific research. His research focuses on how organizations’ environments affect their strategic options and decision-making on innovation. He is particularly interested in how key resource holders’ incentives align with those of the firm in the direction of innovation efforts.
Prior to academia, Michael lead health policy projects for the British Government, focusing on human capital, and worked at the Brookings Institution in Washington DC. Michael’s undergraduate studies were in Philosophy, Politics, and Economics at the University of Oxford. He subsequently received Masters degree in Economics from University College London and Public Policy from Harvard University.