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Assoc. Prof. Nuttaneeya Torugsa, Ph.D.

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Lecturer of Master Degree Program in Rehabilitation Administration
for Person with Disabilities
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Educational Background

Doctoral Degree
Management University of Tasmania, Australia; 2010
Master Degree
International Business University of Tasmania, Australia; 2007
Bachelor Degree
Economics (Honours) (International Program) Thammasat University; 2005

Research Interest

  • - Innovation management and policy in the public, non-profit and private sectors
  • - Sustainable development, corporate social responsibility and strategic management
  • - Health service management
  • - Innovative research designs, methods and analyses that make research intellectually relevant and meaningful for practice

Extensive experience in analysing large-scale data obtained from international, national and regional sources, as well as in employing various statistical and modelling techniques


Torugsa, N. and O'Donohue, W. 2018. 'Managing knowledge-related barriers to technological innovation through exploitative and explorative organisational strategies', International Journal of Innovation Management [B level].

Torugsa, N., Arundel, A. and Robertson, P.L. 2018. 'Applying configurational thinking to identify recipes for producing service innovation in the service sector', International Journal of Innovation Management, DOI: 10.1142/S1363919618500494 [B level].

Taylor, R., Torugsa, N. and Arundel, A. 2018. 'Leaping into real-world relevance: An 'abduction' process for nonprofit research', Nonprofit and Voluntary Sector Quarterly, 47(1), 206-227 [A level].

Yawised, K., Torugsa, N. and O'Donohue, W. 2017. 'Exploring social customer relationship management in small and medium enterprises', International Journal of Globalisation and Small Business, 9(4), 222-251.

Torugsa, N. and Arundel, A. 2017. 'Rethinking the effect of risk aversion on public sector innovation', Research Policy, 46(5), 900-910 [A* level]

Reichert, F.M., Torugsa, N., Zawislak, P.A. and Arundel, A. 2016. 'Exploring innovation success recipes in low-technology firms using fuzzy-set QCA', Journal of Business Research, 69(11), 5437-5441 [A level].

Torugsa, N., Arundel, A. and O'Donohue, W. 2016. 'Inter-firm collaboration and innovation performance for new-to-market products: The moderating role of technological and skilled knowledge assets', International Journal of Innovation Management, 20(4): 1-22, DOI: 10.1142/S136391961650050X [B level].

Torugsa, N. and O'Donohue, W. 2016. 'Progress in innovation and knowledge management research: From incremental totransformative innovation', Journal of Business Research, 69(5), 1610-1614 [A level].

O'Donohue, W. and Torugsa, N. 2016. 'The moderating effect of 'Green' HRM on the association between proactive environmental management and financial performance in small firms', International Journal of Human Resource Management, 27(2): 239-261 [A level].

Torugsa, N. and Arundel, A. 2016. 'The nature and incidence of workgroup innovation in the Australian public sector: Evidence from the Australian 2011 State of the Service survey'. Australian Journal of Public Administration, 75(2): 202-221 [A level].

Torugsa, N. and Arundel, A. 2016. 'Complexity of innovation in the public sector: a workgroup-level analysis of related factors and outcomes'. Public Management Review, 18(3): 392-416 [A level].

O'Donohue, W., Martin, A. and Torugsa, N. 2015. 'Individual responses to perceptions of failure by the organisation to meet its obligations to the worker-organisation relationship: Examining the influence of psychological capital and psychological contract type', Human Resource Management Journal, 25(1): 131-147 [A level].