Speaker Information

Nick Papageorgiadis Lecturer in International Business University of Liverpool Management School
  • His research focuses on IP protection and enforcement systems and their effect on the international business strategy of firms.
  • Nick's research has led to his publication of a global index ranking each country's patent system.
  • He also collaborated with senior patent counsel from top Fortune 500 companies..
  • Discusses the importance of collecting hard evidence on IP enforcement and presenting it to policy makers.

Dr Nikolaos (Nick) Papageorgiadis is a Lecturer in International Business. His research focuses on the differences between national IP protection and enforcement systems and their effect on the international business strategy of firms. At the country level, Nick investigates the role of IP protection and enforcement in explaining innovation, trade and investment and economic growth. At the industry/firm level, he researches the effect of IP on MNE/SME international business strategies, innovation, knowledge transfer and firm performance. Nick has international experience in both business and academia. He is an Associated Researcher at the department of Business Studies of Uppsala University (Sweden), where he was previously a postdoctoral researcher (2010/2011). Prior to joining the Management School, Nick was a Lecturer at Bradford University School of Management (2011-2014). He was awarded a PhD in International Business and an MSc in International Marketing Management (with distinction) from the University of Leeds.