Sergey Filippov, Ph.D
Associate Director, The Lisbon Council asbl
Dr. Sergey Filippov is Associate Director at The Lisbon Council, a leading Brussels-based innovation think tank. He oversees several initiatives such as the European Digital Forum, liaises with policymakers, businesses and civil society, and conducts actionable policy-oriented research. Prior to joining it, he was Assistant Professor of Innovation Management at Delft University of Technology (The Netherlands), where he taught project management and conducted advanced research in international business, innovation management and project management.
Dr. Filippov successfully completed a doctoral programme in Economics and Policy Studies of Technical Change at UNU-MERIT, a research and training center of the United Nations University and Maastricht University. He holds a Master’s degree in Management of the European Metropolitan Region from Erasmus University Rotterdam and an Executive Master’s degree in International and European Relations & Management from University of Amsterdam.
He has published several dozens of international refereed articles, book chapters, practitioner and policy-oriented reports in his areas of expertise – international investment and innovation, and presented his research findings at a variety of academic, practitioner and policy conferences, seminars and workshops worldwide.
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