Stephen Michael Impink
Michael Impink will join HEC Paris as an assistant professor in the Strategy department in July 2023 and will be a research affiliate at Hi! Paris. He holds a PhD from NYU Stern School of Business. Michael's research focuses on digital entrepreneurship and the impact of digitization on organizational structure.
PhD, Strategy, New York University, Stern School of Business, 2023
MBA, University of Chicago, Booth School of Business, 2016
AM, Economics, Duke University, 2010
BBA, Finance, University of Georgia, 2007
Microsoft Corporation, Sr. Manager, Sales & Marketing, 2011-2018 (Singapore & Seattle)
Fellow, Harvard University, Weatherhead Center for International Affairs
Affiliate, Boston University, Technology & Policy Research Initiative
(1) The role of data for AI startup growth, 2022. Research Policy (with R. Seamans, J. Bessen)
(2) The impact of COVID-19 on the digital communication patterns, 2022. In Nature Humanities and Social Sciences Communications (with E. Defilippis, M. Singell, J. Polzer, R. Sadun)
(3) The cost of ethical AI development for startups, 2022. In Proceedings of 2022 ACM Conference on Artificial Intelligence, Ethics, and Society (with R. Seamans, J. Bessen)
(4) Measuring collaboration in modern organizations, 2019. In AEA Papers & Proceedings (with R. Sadun, A. Prat)
(5) Communication within firms: Evidence from CEO turnovers, 2021. Resubmitted to Management Science (with R. Sadun, A. Prat)
(6) Supplier Resource Sharing and the Nascent Industry Development, 2022.
(7) Ethical AI development: Evidence from AI startups, 2022. Brookings Working Paper (with R, Seamans, J. Bessen)
(8) GDPR and the importance of data to AI startups, 2020 (with R. Seamans, J. Bessen, L. Reichensperger)
(9) Business of AI startups, 2018 (with R. Seamans, J. Bessen, L. Reichensperger)
(1) Wall Street Journal: Is a Home Office Actually more Productive?
(2) Economist: How has the Pandemic changed working lives?
(3) Bloomberg: The Pandemic Workday Is 48 Minutes Longer and Has More Meetings
(4) Washington Post: Remote work really does mean longer days — and more meetingsZ
Just for fun
Change in the Winds for Software Piracy