Max Belitski joined the Henley Centre for Entrepreneurship (HCfE) in January 2014 as a Lecturer. Prior to joining Henley, Maksim was a Research Fellow at the Institute for Development Strategies, Indiana University Bloomington (US) and a Contract Professor of Econometrics at the University of Bolzano (Italy). Previously he has held appointments at Loughborough University, University College London (UK), University of Leicester, University of Economics Bratislava, Belarusian State University. During over eight years on the faculty he has taught courses on Entrepreneurship, managerial economics, research methods, quantitative methods for business and finance, econometrics at both undergrad and graduate levels. He holds a PhD in Social Sciences from the University of Leicester, UK and another PhD in Economics from the University of Milan, Italy. He is a “Trusted” researche4r of the Secure Data Service, UK Data Archive and Virtual Micro-data Lab, Office of National Statistics, UK. He is a fellow of Higher Education Academy since 2013.
His research interests lie in the area of Entrepreneurship, innovation and regional economics, with a particular focus on Entrepreneurship as a spillover of knowledge and creativity.