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PhD in Management Orientation:

15/09/2011 Open Panel Participant Profile

Ms Omaima Hatem
Teaching Fellow in Entrepreneurship & Innovation

Email: Omaima.Hatem@ed.ac.uk Background Omaima holds a BSc in Engineering and an MSc in Management from the American University in Cairo. In 2008, Omaima joined Edinburgh University Business School and engaged in PHD research on entrepreneurship, strategy and international business with specific interest in emerging markets. Research Interests International Entrepreneurship in Emerging Markets Strategic Entrepreneurship and internationalization of emerging economies enterprises The growth and development of innovative international entrepreneurial firms The role of Strategic and Portfolio Entrepreneurship in explaining rapid international growth in emerging markets Family businesses and Entrepreneurship Historical development of International business strategy

Dr Stephen Harwood
Lecturer

Email: stephen.harwood@ed.ac.uk Background BSc (Newcastle-upon-Tyne), MSc (Newcastle-upon-Tyne), MBA (Aston), MPhil (Aston), DipM (CIM), PhD (Edinburgh) FHEA. Research Interests The exploitation (user innovation, implementation) of configurational technologies (ICTs) within complex domains (SMEs, local collaborative groups, industries, countries, global supply chains) which includes: understanding the situatedness of practices. the evaluation of organisation dysfunctionality the design of effective systems

Ms Tina Kowalski
Final year PhD student

Email: tina.parkin@ed.ac.uk Background: BA (Hons) Psychology - University of Newcastle upon Tyne; MSc Health Psychology - Queen Margaret University College, Edinburgh; MSc by Research - University of Edinburgh Business School PhD title: Exploring the contribution of work and non-work sources of social support to employee well-being: a mixed methods case study Research Interests: Well-being at work The ageing workforce Organisational change and health Diary methods