Martin Wielemaker

Associate Professor

PhD (Erasmus University, The Netherlands)

Business Administration, Faculty of

Singer Hall 358

Fredericton

mwielema@unb.ca
1 506 458 7352



Martin Wielemaker joined the Faculty of Business Administration in 2002 and is a member of the Entrepreneurship and the Business Administration Areas. He teaches Organizational Design, Competitive Strategy, New Venture Creation in the BBA program and Strategic Management and Entrepreneurship in the MBA program.

His research focuses on entrepreneurship, new product development, and knowledge management. Martin has worked as a product design consultant for various firms in the Benelux and also set up and sold a software firm.

Journal articles

Polarization of Perceived Procedural Justice. Perceptual and Motor Skills, 102, (2006), 35-50. (with D. H. Flint and P. Hernandez-Marrero).

Conferences and presentations

New Venture Capabilities and Ownership Structure. Academy of Management Conference, August 11-16, Atlanta, Georgia, 2006. (with E. Gedajlovic)

Downsizing Decisions and Intellectual Capital: The Role of Accounting Information. Academy of Management Conference, Atlanta, Georgia, 2006. (with D.H. Flint and E. Maher)

Diversity, Conflict, and Trust: Computer-Mediated versus Face-to-Face Teams. e-Networks in an increasingly Volatile World: Proceedings of the 11th International Workshop on Telework, Fredericton, N.B., 2006, 258-264. (with A. J. Gaudes).