Martin Hannibal

  • Campusvej 55

    5230 Odense M

    Denmark

20072019
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Curriculum

Curriculum Vitae
Name: Martin Hannibal, PhD
Date of Birth: April 30th, 1974
Business Address: Department of Marketing & Management,University of Southern Denmark
Campusvej 55, DK-5230 Odense M, Denmark
E-Mail: mhk@sam.sdu.dk
Phone: +45 65503387/+45 21770367

Education Place Year
PhD in Business University of Southern Denmark, Department 2012
Administration of Marketing & Management
Masters Degree in University of Southern Denmark, Department 2004
Philosophy of Philosophy, Religion & Pedagogy
Minor in Social Science University of Southern Denmark, Department 2001-2003
of Social Science
Bachelor in Philosophy University of Southern Denmark, Department 2001
of Philosophy, Religion & Pedagogy

Publications
Articles and Book chapters

Arbuthnott, Andrew, Martin Hannibal & Mikael Nybacka (2011) “Renewing industry cluster development via interregional industry-university”, International Journal of Innovation and Regional Development, Vol 3, issue 6, pp604-631

Rasmussen, Erik S., Martin Hannibal, Rene T. Lydriksen & Per Servais (2011) “Sub-suppliers in the life science industry- the case of two Danish university spin-offs”, in Jones, Marion, Colin Wheeler & Pavlos Dimitratos eds. International entrepreneurship in the life science, Edward Elgar, Cheltenham, UK, pp159-174.

Jørgensen, Frances, Ulhøi, John P., Knudsen, Martin Hannibal & Rasmussen, Erik S. (2010), ”Netværksetableringens betydning for SMV'eres innovationsevne: Eksemplificeret ved m-commercesektoren”, I Ulhøi, John P. (red.), Børsen Ledelseshåndbøger. Innovations- og for-andringsledelse., Børsen Forum A/S, København, pp1-18.

Hannibal, Martin & Erik S. Rasmussen (2009) ”SME’s Alliance Dynamics in the Mobile In-dustry”, International Business and Economic Review Vol. I, Issue 1, pp55-68.

Hannibal, Martin & Erik S. Rasmussen (2009) ”From E to M-commerce: Image Spill-Over Effect of M-.Applications: The Case of a Danish Mall”, The E-business Review Vol. IX, 2009 

Papers in review

Evers, Natasha, Svante Andersson & Martin Hannibal (2012) “Stakeholders and Marketing Capabilities in International New Ventures: Evidence from Ireland, Sweden, and Denmark”, submitted to Journal of International Marketing, Accepted: July 2012

Hannibal, Martin & Erik S. Rasmussen (2011) “M-commerce Opportunities in a Hostile Cul-tural Setting – The Case of the Villain Entrepreneur, submitted to International Journal of Electronic Business, Nov. 15th 2011, (1st round)

Hannibal, Martin (2011) “Methodological considerations on using think aloud protocols in research on academic founders”, submitted to Prometheus, Aug. 15th 2011, (1st round)

Hannibal, Martin (2010) “Using an (un)academic compass to navigate a university spin-off”, submitted to International Business and Economic Review, Sept. 1st 2010, (1st round)

Hannibal, Martin & Erik S. Rasmussen (2009) ”The Negative Spill-Over Effects Of A Place Brand: The Case Of A Small Danish Municipality”, submitted to Journal of Enterprising Cultures, Aug. 30th 2009 (1st round)

Conference papers

Evers, Natasha, Svante Andersson & Martin Hannibal (2012) “The role Stakeholders in de-veloping Marketing Capabilities in Internationalising of SMEs” Conference paper, AIBUKI 2012

Evers, Natasha, Martin Hannibal & Per Servais (2011) “Opportunity Recognition and New Venture Creation in Internationalizing University Spinouts: Cases from Denmark and Ire-land”, Conference paper, McGill 2011

Hannibal, Martin (2011) “Methodological Considerations on Using Think Aloud Protocols in research on academic founder”, conference paper, EURAM 2011

Hannibal, Martin (2011) Crossing an Imaginary Crevasse - How do Academic Entrepreneurs Make Sense of Their Business Project?, Conference paper, ICSB 2011
Hannibal, Martin (2011) Using Think Aloud Protocols in Research on Academic Entrepre-neurs, conference paper, ICSB 2011

Arbuthnott, Andrew & Hannibal Martin (2010) “Enacting industry cluster renewal through interregional university pipelines – a process of sensemaking in the Swedish periphery”, Con-ference paper, ICEird 2010

Jørgensen, Frances, John Ulhøi, Martin Hannibal & Erik S. Rasmussen (2009) “The Influ-ence of Network formation characteristics on innovation capacity: The case of M-commerce SMEs”, conference paper, CINet 2009

Rasmussen, Erik S. & Martin Hannibal (2009) ”Marketing with M-commerce – Innovation through Marketing”, conference paper, CINet 2009 

Hannibal, Martin & Erik S. Rasmussen (2009) ”The Negative Spill-Over Effects Of A Place Brand: The Case Of A Small Danish Municipality”, conference paper, EURAM 2009

Hannibal, Martin & Erik S. Rasmussen (2009) ”From E to M-commerce: Image Spill-Over Effect of M-.Applications: The Case of a Danish Mall” conference paper AIEB 2009

Hannibal, Martin & Erik S. Rasmussen (2008) “Identity and Sense-Making of the University Spin-off Entrepreneur”, conference paper, RENT XXII

Rasmussen, Erik S., Per Servais & Martin Hannibal (2008) “University spin-offs: A special way of being an entrepreneur?” conference paper, ICSB 2008

Hannibal, Martin & Erik S. Rasmussen, (2008) “The Brand of a Place as a Barrier to Entre-preneurship and SME development” conference paper, ICSB 2008
Others

Eriksen, Andreas, Martin Hannibal & Tage Koed Madsen (2007) Rekruterring- og opkvalifi-ceringsprojekt for Danish Crown i Esbjerg, [Recruitment and Qualification project at Danish Crown in Esbjerg] (report) Department of Marketing & Management, University of Southern Denmark.

Hannibal, Martin & Per Østergaard (2007) Nyborg Kommune – visioner for fremtiden, [The Municipality of Nyborg – Visions for the Future] (report) Department of Marketing & Man-agement, University of Southern Denmark.

Hannibal, Martin & Per Østergaard (2007) Nyborg kommune – når tre bliver til én, [The Mu-nicipality of Nyborg – When Three Become One] (report) Department of Marketing & Man-agement.

Conference attendances

19th McGill International Entrepreneurship conference, London, UK

2015 AIB-UKI annual conference, Manchester

1st EFMD (2013) – Babson, Boston, USA

2012 AIB annual Conference, Washington DC

14th McGill conference, Odense, Denmark

53rd & 56th ICSB World conference

9th & 11th EURAM annual conference

9th & 10th International CINet conference

2009 Annual AOM Meeting, Chicago, IL, USA

9th The International Academy of E-business, Honolulu, HI, USA

RENT XXII, Covilhã, Portugal

4th Global Conference on Entrepreneurship and Innovation, Tylösand, Sweden

Municipal Branding – Kick-off conference, Odense, Denmark
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33rd EIBA annual conference, Catania, Italy

Review experience

Journal of International Business Studies (2018 -)

International Journal of Entrepreneurship Behaviour & Research (2012 - )

International Entrepreneurship and Management Journal (2009 - )

International Business and Economic Review (2009 - )

ISBE reviewer (2012)

McGill reviewer (2011)

EURAM reviewer (2009, 2010, 2011, 2012)

ICSB reviewer (2008, 2011)

AOM reviewer (2009, 2010, 2011)

EIBA reviewer (2009)

CINet reviewer (2009)

Other academic references of relevance

Assigned Chair, (track: Shaping the Entrepreneurship Research Agenda ) EURAM 2012

Research stay at Darden School of Business, Charlottesville, VA, USA (April – October 2010), Host: Saras Sarasvathy

Recipient of Tuborg’s national and annual business research scholarship (2009)

“Outstanding research paper” Hannibal, Martin & Erik S. Rasmussen (2009) ”From E to M-commerce: Image Spill-Over Effect of M-.Applications: The Case of a Danish Mall” pub-lished in The E-business Review Vol. IX, 2009
Projects in conjunction with practitioners

Research project, M – Commerce (S2008 – S2010) data gathering, analysis and case descrip-tion. Workshop planning.

Research project, Born Global (A2007 – S2008) data gathering, planning of workshops for the attending born global firms.

Research project, DCX – Esbjerg (A2007) Planned and carried out qualitative interviews Wrote part of the report (see list of publications above).

Research project, Ny – Nyborg kommune (A2006 – S2007) Planning, data gathering, planned and carried out workshop with relevant stakeholders. Wrote two reports grounded in the data (see list of publications above). 

Work experience
Head of research unit International Business and Entrepreneurship SDU, Department of Marketing & Management Present
Associate professor SDU, Department of Marketing & Management Present
Assistant professor SDU, Department of Marketing & Management A2011 – A2016
PhD – Student University of Southern Denmark (SDU) A2008 – A2011
Department of Marketing & Management
Research assistant SDU, Department of Marketing & Management A2006 – A2008
Full time lecturer SDU, Department of Marketing & Management A2005 – A2006
Teaching assistant SDU, Dep. of Journalism, Dep. of Social Science S2005 – A2005
Dep. of Marketing and Management
Lecturer University College Lillebaelt, Nursing School Vejle A2002 – A2006
Carpenter Ansø A/S, Vejle, Denmark 1994-1996

Teaching Experience
Global entrepreneurship 3 SDU, MSc Engineering (Product Development and Innovation) S2012 
Markets and Behavior SDU, BSc Engineering (Innovation and Business) S2012
Internationale Market Relations SDU, MSc Economics and Business Administration S2012
International Entrepreneruship SDU, MSc Economics and Business Administration A2011 
Introduktion til Marketing SDU, MBA i redaktionel ledelse A2009
Introduktion til Erhvervsøkonomisk metode II SDU, Minor subject, Marketing Branding & communication A2007-09
Organisationskommunikation II SDU, BSc Media science S2008-09
Introduktion til Erhvervsøkonomisk metode I SDU, Minor Subject, Marketing Branding & CommunicatioS2007-09
økonomisk metode I Communication
Media sociology II SDU, BSc Journalism S2007-09
Organisationskommunikation I SDU, BSc Media science A2005-07
Marketing & Culture SDU, MSc Economics and Business Administration A2006
Markedsanalyse og SDU, MA Business, Language, and Culture (Negot) A2006 
Markedskommunikation SDU, MSc Economics and Business Administration A2005-06
Sociology SDU, BSc Journalism/Business, Language, and Culture A2005-06 
Medie- og Kultur historie SDU, BSc Media Science A2005
Media sociology SDU, MSc Journalism S2005
HA-rapport II, Videnskabelig metode SDU, BSc Economics and Business Administration S2005-2006
Videns- og Mediesociologi SDU, MSc in Biology S2005-2006
Videnskabelig metode II UCL, Nursing School Vejle A2004-06
Videnskabelig metode UCL, Naursing School Vejle S2002-06

Research areas

International Business

International Entrepreneurship

Research information

Martin Hannibal is Head of research in International Business & Entrepreneurship at the Department of Marketing & Management, SDU. MHs research involves knowledge intensive start-ups, additive manufacturing, and digital business models. He has been actively involved in international research networks focused on these topics (Academy of International Business). Martin Hannibal has been involved as well as responsible for projects involving grant from the Danish Social Science Research. The latest of which focused on the impact of additive manufacturing on international business.

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Research Output 2007 2018

A CULTure of entrepreneurship education

Farny, S., Frederiksen, S. H., Hannibal, M. & Jones, S., 10. Apr 2018, Institutionalization of Entrepreneurship Research. Fayolle, A., Landstrom, H., Gartner, W. B. & Berglund, K. (eds.). 1. ed. Routledge

Research output: Chapter in Book/Report/Conference proceedingBook chapterResearchpeer-review

Additive manufacturing and the global factory: Disruptive technologies and the location of international business

Hannibal, M. & Knight, G., 1. Dec 2018, In : International Business Review. 27, 6, p. 1116-1127

Research output: Contribution to journalJournal articleResearchpeer-review

Factory
Disruptive technology
International business
Manufacturing
Localization

Considerations into International New Social Ventures: Propositions for Future Research

Larsen, N. N. & Hannibal, M., 26. Jun 2018.

Research output: Contribution to conference without publisher/journalPaperResearchpeer-review

Digital entrepreneurship: A longitudinal case study in a traditional firm

Hannibal, M. & Rasmussen, E. S., 6. Apr 2018, Entrepreneurship, Collaboration, and Innovation in the Modern Business Era. Khosrow-Pour, M. (ed.). IGI global, p. 1-21 21 p.

Research output: Chapter in Book/Report/Conference proceedingBook chapterResearchpeer-review

Longitudinal case study
Business model
Entrepreneurship
Marketing
Mobile commerce
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Reviewing emerging markets: context, concepts and future research

Nielsen, U. B., Hannibal, M. & Larsen, N. N., 29. Nov 2018, In : International Journal of Emerging Markets. 13, 6, p. 1679-1698

Research output: Contribution to journalReviewResearchpeer-review

Open Access
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Emerging markets
Reviewing
Systematic review
International business
Market research

Activities 2006 2019

SHU-SDU Research Workshop for PhD Students in Social Sciences

Maria Elo (Chairman), Martin Hannibal (Organizer), Ulrik Bjørn Nielsen (Organizer)
30. Sep 2019

Activity: Attending an eventOrganisation or participation in workshops, courses or seminars

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Lappeenranta University of Technology

Martin Hannibal (Visiting researcher)
14 Feb 201920 Feb 2019

Activity: Visiting another research institution

Speaker at Internationalization workshop, UAS Denmark

Martin Hannibal (Consultant)
30 Nov 2018

Activity: Public and private sector consultationConsultancy

Session Chair

Martin Hannibal (Speaker)
24 Aug 2018

Activity: Talks and presentationsConference presentations

Discussant

Martin Hannibal (Speaker)
22 Aug 2018

Activity: Talks and presentationsConference presentations

Projects 2009 2019

Press / Media

3D-print: Hype eller potentiale?

Martin Hannibal

01/11/2018

1 Media contribution

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3D-print: Hype eller potentiale?

Martin Hannibal

01/11/2018

1 Media contribution

Press/Media: Press / Media

3D-print: Hype eller potentiale?

Martin Hannibal

01/11/2018

1 Media contribution

Press/Media: Press / Media

3D-print: Hype eller potentiale?

Martin Hannibal

01/11/2018

1 Media contribution

Press/Media: Press / Media

3D-print: Hype eller potentiale?

Martin Hannibal

01/11/2018

1 Media contribution

Press/Media: Press / Media

Teaching & Supervision

Entrepreneurship & forretningsforståelse (Entreprenørskab)

Martin Hannibal

01/09/201331/01/2016

Course: Teaching and supervisionTeaching

Entrepreneurship & forretningsforståelse (Entreprenørskab)

Martin Hannibal

01/09/201631/01/2017

Course: Teaching and supervisionTeaching

Introduktion til Erhvervsøkonomi med Entrepreneurship

Martin Hannibal & Pernille Juhl Mogensen

01/09/201831/01/2019

Course: Teaching and supervisionTeaching

Introduktion til Erhvervsøkonomi med Entrepreneurship

Martin Hannibal &

01/09/201731/01/2018

Course: Teaching and supervisionTeaching