· Entrepreneurship and new venture creation
· Regional development
· Qualitative methods
Sabine Müller is Assistant Professor at the Department of Management at Aarhus BSS, Aarhus University in Denmark. She is affiliated with the Innovation Management (IMG) research group as well as the interdisciplinary Community for Advanced Entrepreneurship Research (iCARE) at Aarhus University. She defended her PhD thesis entitled “Entrepreneurship and Regional Development: On the interplay between agency and context” in December 2013. Her research focuses on regional aspects of entrepreneurship, in particular how entrepreneurs engage with the spatial context in terms of opportunity creation, re-sourcing and value creation that aids local economic development. As an assistant professor, Sabine is currently part of the research project “Entrepreneurship for Growth” – a collaborative project between Aalborg and Aarhus University, which is sponsored by the Danish Industry Foundation. The project investigates how leadership strategies and professional advisory boards impact new ventures' value creation. Sabine teaches an MSc. course entitled “Entrepreneurship Theory” at Aarhus University.