Elisabeth Reynolds

Executive Director, MIT Industrial Performance Center

Elizabeth Reynolds works on issues related to systems of innovation, regional economic development and industrial competitiveness. Her current research focuses on the pathways that U.S. entrepreneurial rms take in scaling production- related technologies, as well as advanced manufacturing, including the globalization of the biomanufacturing industry. She is a member of the Massachusetts Advanced Manufacturing Collaborative Executive Committee. Elisabeth has an A.B. from Harvard in Government and was the Fiske Scholar at Trinity College, Cambridge. She holds a MSc. from the University of Montreal in Economics and a Ph.D. from MIT in Urban and Regional Studies. Elisabeth has been named Executive Director of the “MIT Task Force on the Work of the Future”. Tweet at @LReynoldsMITIPC

Elizabeth Reynolds works on issues related to systems of innovation, regional economic development and industrial competitiveness. Her current research focuses on the pathways that U.S. entrepreneurial rms take in scaling production- related technologies, as well as advanced manufacturing, including the globalization of the biomanufacturing industry. She is a member of the Massachusetts Advanced Manufacturing Collaborative Executive Committee. Elisabeth has an A.B. from Harvard in Government and was the Fiske Scholar at Trinity College, Cambridge. She holds a MSc. from the University of Montreal in Economics and a Ph.D. from MIT in Urban and Regional Studies. Elisabeth has been named Executive Director of the “MIT Task Force on the Work of the Future”. Tweet at @LReynoldsMITIPC

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