Marc Johannes Lerchenmueller PhD, MPH, MSc
Postdoctoral Fellow in Management
Marc J. Lerchenmueller, Ph.D., M.P.H, MSc, is a Visiting Research Scientist at Yale School of Public Health and a Research Fellow at Yale School of Management. His research focuses on how organizations can spur entrepreneurship through organizational design, capability development, and strategy setting. He currently investigates how innovation processes differ in healthcare versus other innovative industries. As part of his research, he looks specifically into how incentive design can foster innovative behavior and capabilities. Marc is also a member of the Boston Consulting Group's New York office.
Dr. Lerchenmueller received his Ph.D. in Economic Science, with a concentration in Entrepreneurship from WHU–Otto Beisheim School of Management under a joined advisor committee of WHU and Yale School of Management. He received his M.P.H. with a concentration in Health Policy from Yale University School of Public Health, and his MSc in Financial Economics from Oxford University.
Education & Training
- Imperial College London (2006)
- Oxford University (2007)
Honors & Recognition
- John D. Thompson Award (2012)
Yale School of Public Health (2012)
- Heizer Dissertation Award finalist (2014)
Academy of Management, Entrepreneurship Division (2014)