Projects per year
I am a full-time Doctoral Researcher at the Hunter Centre for Entrepreneurship. Prior to joining Strathclyde, I was an Assistant Lecturer at my alma mater.
I graduated with First-Class Honours from the British University in Egypt, holding another BSc (hons) certificate from Loughborough University as well as a Master degree from University of New South Wales, Sydney.
I am currently involved in multi-disciplinary and collaborative projects, bridging to other disciplines such as urban studies, geography and anthropology.
My main research interests include:
- Female Entrepreneurship
- Contextualised Entrepreneurship
- Social Entrepreneurship
- Migrant and Minority Entrepreneurship
I am particularly interested in qualitative and creative research methods as well as contextual approaches for understanding entrepreneurial experiences.
Navigating COVID-19 related transitions and transformations of economically marginalised women entrepreneurs within urban poor communities of the Greater Cairo Region in Egypt (GCR).
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Project: Research - Internally Allocated
Examining the contributions of social science to entrepreneurship: the cases of cosmopolitanism and OrientalismNicolopoulou, K. & Samy, C., 26 Feb 2018, Philosophical Reflexivity and Entrepreneurship Research. Fayolle, A., Ramoglou, S., Karataş-Özkan, M. & Nicolopoulou, K. (eds.). London
Research output: Chapter in Book/Report/Conference proceeding › Chapter
Samy, C., 27 May 2016, 108 p.
Research output: Book/Report › Book
C Christine Samy Aziz Habib (Participant)30 Aug 2019
Activity: Participating in or organising an event types › Participation in conference