Researcher biography

Jonah is a Lecturer in Entrepreneurship at UQ Business School. His research focuses on understanding the systems and interdependencies between support for entrepreneurial activity, social innovation, and social change, asking broadly "how do societies support the organization of entrepreneurship and in turn ensure its positive impact on society?" Jonah's research includes longitudinal qualitative research in the context of entrepreneurial ecosystems, as well as work on understanding the historical emergence and potential futures of entrepreneurial ideologies.

Prior to joining UQ, Jonah completed his PhD in Management at Judge Business School, University of Cambridge. Jonah also holds a Master of Philosophy in Innovation, Strategy and Organisation from the University of Cambridge and undergraduate degrees in Economics (Hons) and Applied Mathematics from the University of Calgary. Prior to beginning his PhD, he was a Product Manager at a Canadian financial institution where he managed technologies for international money movement and personal financial wellness.