Broad research interest: knowledge management, knowledge exchange, organisational and interorganisational learning, organisational change, innovation management, open innovation, university-industry interactions


Dagmara’s research explores individual, organisational, legislative and regulatory aspects that affect the emergence of science-based innovation. She is interested in why and how scientists share knowledge, data and technologies with commercial organisations; how research commercialisation practices at universities, including intellectual property and knowledge management practices, evolve over time to stimulate innovation; and how legislative and regulatory frameworks affect knowledge creation and knowledge sharing between universities and industry. Her most recent research explores the relation between open science and open innovation.