Sep 28
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Sarah Drakopoulou-Dodd

Entrepreneurship

BA, Cambridge University, UK; MSc, PhD, University of Stirling, UK

– Associate Professor of Entrepreneurship, ALBA; Academic Director of AHEAD-ALBA Hub for Enterprise and Development

– Professor in Small Business and Enterprise, Centre for Enterprise and Economic Development Research, Middlesex University

Dr Dodd’s research and teaching focus on entrepreneurship, in its social and international setting. She teaches in entrepreneurship, family business, organizational behavior, and international management. She has taught at the University of Aberdeen, the Robert Gordon University (Aberdeen) and DEREE – The American College of Greece. Dr Dodd’s research has focused on the impact of social factors on the quality and quantity of entrepreneurship. She is a interested in trying to figure out why people from different cultures start new ventures, and how the world around them affects this process. Currently she is a Visiting Research Fellow in the Institute for Entrepreneurship and Enterprise Development, Lancaster University Management School. Dr Dodd’s research has been published in several leading entrepreneurship journals, including the Journal of Business Venturing, Entrepreneurship Theory and Practice, Entrepreneurship and Regional Development, the International Small Business Journal, and the International Journal of Entrepreneurship and Innovation.”

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