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Dr Luciano Ciravegna

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  1. Wu Wu

    Strategy, Intl Mgt & Entrepreneurship

    Doctor of Philosophy

    The impact of network diversity and SME international performance: an empirical study of British manufacturing firms

    15/01/20151/05/2017

  2. Sofia Gonzalez De Aguinaga First/primary/lead supervisor

    International Development

    Doctor of Philosophy

    Explaining Heterogenous Business Responses to CSR Programmes in an Emerging Market: The Case of Mexico’s ESR Seal

    1/10/201431/07/2021

  3. Mousa Binakresh

    International Development

    Doctor of Philosophy

    Post-Colonial State Building in Iraq, until 2008, and Syria until 2011. My research aims to identify the causes behind the collapse of the state in Iraq and Syria and the rise of sectarian identities and politics.

    1/10/20185/03/2021

  4. Dina Abudawood

    War Studies

    Doctor of Philosophy

    A comparative study: an evaluation of the implementation of the activities and events hosted on World Diabetes Day targeting the prevention of type 2 diabetes mellitus in adolescents in Saudi Arabia and the United Arab Emirates

    1/10/20187/01/2019

  5. Azral Bin Mazlan

    International Development

    Doctor of Philosophy

    The Political Economy of Subnational Resource-led Development: Comparative Case Studies of Oil Royalties Recipient States in Malaysia

    19/11/20197/02/2020

  6. Marc Lepere

    International Development

    Doctor of Philosophy

    Crises, CEOs and Corporate responsibility

    19/11/20184/02/2021

  7. Ged Santana Santos

    International Development

    Master of Philosophy

    The Traps of Immature Innovation Systems: How High-tech Aerospace Businesses in Brazil have Nationalised Costs and Internationalised Rewards

    9/08/201928/07/2021

  8. Imaduddin Abdullah

    International Development

    Doctor of Philosophy

    How the Emergence of Global Value Chains (GVCs) Affects Resource-Based Industrialisation: Evidence from Indonesia over Two Commodity Booms

    19/11/20197/02/2020

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