• B. Eng in Engineering Physics, Bandung Institute of Technology (ITB – Indonesia), 1991
  • Master of Business Administration, Nyenrode Business University – Netherlands, 2008
  • Has finished his PhD in Economics of Innovative Change, Friedrich Schiller University, Jena, Germany, 2013 – 2017
Eko Agus Prasetio is a full-time lecturer at School of Business and Management, Institute Teknologi Bandung (SBM-ITB). He is now pursuing his PhD in Faculty of Economics and Business Administration, Friendrich Schiller University (FSU), Jena, Germany. He has position in the research group in coordination between Max-Planck Institute (MPI) and FSU Jena, called GK-EIC or Graduate College Economics of Innovative Change. He graduated his MBA in Nyenrode Business University, Netherlands, including an executive marketing module in Kellogg School of Management, Northwestern University, USA. He earned his first degree in Engineering Physics, ITB, Bandung. Prior joining SBM-ITB, he has more than 10 years professional experience in innovation and new product development position manufacturing companies in Netherlands, Japan and Indonesia. His research interests are technological acceptance and diffusion of disruptive innovation, including social network analysis and agent-based modeling as the methodology, and knowledge spillover of entrepreneurship.
Academic Teaching in Undergraduate Program

  • Management of Technology

Academic Teaching in MBA Program

  • Knowledge Management and Innovation
  • Enterpreneurship and Venture Management
  1. Research on ICT clusters in Indonesia – 2012
    • Friend or Foe ? Competition and Cooperation on Emerging ICT Cluster in Indonesia A Case Study, Indonesia International Conference for Innovation, Entrepreneurship and Small Business, Bandung, 2013, Conference Proceedings, 2013
    • Dhewanto, W., Prasetio, E.A., Ratnaningtyas, S., Herliana, S., Chaerudin, R. Aina, Q., Hardjakaprabon, B., and Rachmawaty, E. 2012. Moderating effect of cluster on firm?s innovation capability and business performance: a conceptual framework. Elsevier Procedia – Social and Behavioral Sciences 6, pp. 867-872
  2. Model pengembangan start-up berbasis teknologi yang dihasilkan universitas (studi kasus ITB) – 2017

Articles:

  • Prasetio, E.A. (2017, to be submitted to a journal). Technology competition and disruptive innovation in complex networks
  • Prasetio, E.A., and Lorentz, A. (2016, to be submitted to a journal). Investigating the influence of network effects on disruptive innovation.
  • Prasetio, E.A., and Cantner, U. (2016, to be submitted to a journal). Acceptance of disruptive technologies with network effects: an empirical study of long distance calls in Germany and Indonesia.
  • Cantner, U. and Prasetio, E.A. 2015. Disruptive Technology. In: Audretsch, D.B. ed. Concise Guide to Entrepreneurship, Technology and Innovation. Cheltenham: Edward Elgar Publishing, pp. 39-46
  • Prasetio, E.A., Arifianti, Y., Hardjakaprabon, B., and Agustin, F. 2012. Triple helix in disaster management: case study of strategic environmental assessment implementation for government office relocation planning of Padang city, Indonesia. Elsevier Procedia – Social and Behavioral Sciences 52, pp.150?159
  • Dhewanto, W., Prasetio, E.A., Ratnaningtyas, S., Herliana, S., Chaerudin, R. Aina, Q., Hardjakaprabon, B., and Rachmawaty, E. 2012. Moderating effect of cluster on firm?s innovation capability and business performance: a conceptual framework. Elsevier Procedia – Social and Behavioral Sciences 6, pp. 867-872
  • Prasetio, E.A. 2012. Match the new product development project with its context. Jurnal Manajemen Teknologi 11(1), pp. 28-41

Conferences:

  • Prasetio, E.A., & Cantner, U. (2016, October). Acceptance of disruptive technologies with network effects: an empirical study in Indonesia and Germany. Presented at 14th Globelics International Conference, Bandung, Indonesia.
  • Dhewanto, W., Prasetio, E.A., Ratnaningtyas, S., Herliana, S., Chaerudin, R. Aina, Q., Hardjakaprabon, B., and Rachmawaty, E. (2012, December). Moderating effect of cluster on firm’s innovation capability and business performance: a conceptual framework. Presented at International Congress on Interdisciplinary Business and Social Science 2012 (ICIBSoS 2012), Jakarta, Indonesia.
  • Prasetio, E.A., & Dhewanto, W. (2012, July). Investigating firm’s acceptance of cloud computing as disruptive information systems: a conceptual model. Presented at 14th International Schumpeter Society (ISS) Conference, Brisbane, Australia
  • Prasetio, E.A., & Dhewanto, W. (2011, November). Identifying hidden customers’ needs for developing disruptive innovation. Paper presented at 15th International Business Research Conference (IBRC), Sydney, Australia.

Unpublished Works:

  • Prasetio, E.A., & Changoluisa, J. (2014). Venture capital and promotion of innovative start-ups: complementary function of public and private VC firms.
  • Prasetio, E.A. (2015). Dynamic capabilities and firms’ competition in Indonesian mobile telecommunication market.
  • Prasetio, E.A. (2015). Assessing the impact of entrepreneurship education and entrepreneurial self-efficacy (ESE) and entrepreneurial intention (EI): a longitudinal study.
  • Full-time Lecturer SBM-ITB 2011 – now
  • Innovation Consultant, Wavin Technology and Innovation B.V., Netherlands, 2009 – 2010
  • Head of Research and Development, PT. Indoneptune Net Manufacturing, Indonesia, 2004 – 2008
  • Production Planning and Inventory Control, PT. Indoneptune Net Manufacturing, Indonesia, 1999 – 2004
  • Management Development Program, Pentasena Group, 1997 – 1998