Jun 5 • 1 min read

Leading innovation management scholar Professor Anthony Di Benedetto of Temple University’s Fox School of Business has received another accolade for his research, this time being ranked as one of the Top 45 scholars globally in the Technology Innovation Management (TIM) field by the International Association for Management of Technology (IAMOT).

“Through publication, the recipients of this award have undergone the most rigorous scrutiny of their work, assessment by peer-evaluators in ISI-Indexed Journals that are dedicated to research in the Management of Technology and Innovation,” John Aje, president of IAMOT, said in a letter announcing the ranking.

The ranking is based on the number of articles published by an author during the last five years in the top academic TIM journals — including the Journal of Product Innovation Management, Research Policy, Research Technology Management, Technological Forecasting and Social Change and Technovation.

Di Benedetto was ranked in the Top 45 from a pool of thousands of academics worldwide.

“The awardees are truly international,” Aje said. “Researchers from over 10 different countries have qualified this year.”

Di Benedetto was also recently ranked sixth globally among innovation management scholars in the Journal of Product Innovation Management for publishing 16 articles in the two leading innovation management journals, the Journal of Product Innovation Management — which Di Benedetto has edited for nine years — and IEEE Transactions on Engineering Management.

Di Benedetto is a professor of marketing and supply chain management at the Fox School as well as a Washburn Research Fellow.

“I’m delighted to receive this recognition, and to be included in this group of technology management researchers that includes some of the people who have been the biggest influence on my career,” Di Benedetto said.

—Alexis Wright-Whitley


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