Dr Rose Narooz

  • Lecturer in International Business and Enterprise (Management)

Biography

Rose Narooz is Lecturer of International Business and Enterprise of at the University of Glasgow Adam Smith Business School and belongs to the International Business and Entrepreneurship (IBE) Research Cluster. Prior to that she did her Post-Doctoral research at Coventry University. Rose has two degrees from University of Birmingham [PhD and MSc.] in International Business/International Entrepreneurship. and a B.Sc. in Business Administration from Cairo University. Her research interests are in International Entrepreneurship, International Business and Social Entrepreneurship. Rose published in International Business Review and Journal of World Business.

Rose is a member of the SME internationalisation and networking project [SINET project], which is a research group of scholars from UK, Qatar, India, Denmark, China and Poland. The group focuses on SME internationalisation, networking and decision making from different countries.

Rose has taught both undergraduate and postgraduate courses in International Business, International Cooperative strategies, Strategic Management and ‘Research Methods for International Business’. She serves as an external co-advisor for a PhD student in the International Entrepreneurship and Innovation and current supervisor to PhD student in Organisational behaviour.


Research interests

  • International Entrepreneurship 
  • International Business
  • Social Entrepreneurship
  • SME internationalisation and networking [especially of Emerging/developing economy SMEs].

Grants

Overcoming deficiencies through trustworthy networks: A comparative study between the UK and Egyptian experiences in the Health care sector. Advance Newton Fellowship, funded by British Academy/Newton Fund and Science and Technology development fund in Egypt. [Co-PI] with Professor Ehab Abou Aish and Dr. Nora Ramadan [Cairo University].2017-2019, £55,000.

‘Distrust in Entrepreneurial networks: design of toolkits of trust building mechanisms to support collaborative innovation across high-tech SMEs based in technology parks: A comparative study. Institutional Links grant, Funded by British Council/Newton Fund. As [UK Co-PI] with Professor Ann-Marie Nienaber, PI and Professor Nazli Wasti, Turkish PI]. 2016- January,2018, £100,000

‘The co-creation process of entrepreneurial networks in emerging economy: A dynamic view’, funded by British council/Newton Fund Researcher Links Research Grant.[PI]. 2016, £3,065.

‘Challenges facing young Turkish entrepreneurs located in university-managed science parks’. An Erasmus Plus Small research grant.[PI], 2015, £2000.


Supervision

Rose is interested in supervising PhD students in areas of International Entrepreneurship, Social Entrepreneurship and International Business. More specifically:

  • SME internationalisation and networking behaviour [with specific focus on emerging/developing economy SMEs]
  • Decision making logics
  • Social entrepreneurship in different countries

Teaching

International Business/International Entrepreneurship


Publications

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2017

Child, J., Hsieh, L., Elbanna, S., Karmowska, J., Marinova, S., Puthusserry, P., Tsai, T., Narooz, R. and Zhang, Y. (2017) SME international business models: The role of context and experience. Journal of World Business, 52(5), pp. 664-679. (doi:10.1016/j.jwb.2017.05.004)

Narooz, R. and Child, J. (2017) Networking responses to different levels of institutional void: A comparison of internationalizing SMEs in Egypt and the UK. International Business Review, 26(4), pp. 683-696. (doi:10.1016/j.ibusrev.2016.12.008)

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Articles

Child, J., Hsieh, L., Elbanna, S., Karmowska, J., Marinova, S., Puthusserry, P., Tsai, T., Narooz, R. and Zhang, Y. (2017) SME international business models: The role of context and experience. Journal of World Business, 52(5), pp. 664-679. (doi:10.1016/j.jwb.2017.05.004)

Narooz, R. and Child, J. (2017) Networking responses to different levels of institutional void: A comparison of internationalizing SMEs in Egypt and the UK. International Business Review, 26(4), pp. 683-696. (doi:10.1016/j.ibusrev.2016.12.008)

This list was generated on Thu May 24 18:17:31 2018 BST.