C Christine Samy Aziz Habib


Using ethnography and microstorias to understand entrepreneurial behaviour of minority women, this research will contribute to the field of knowledge of female migrant entrepreneurship, a pathway that is followed by a marginalised group of women in the Egyptian rural areas

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Personal Statement

I am currently a Doctoral Researcher at the Hunter Centre for Entrepreneurship. Prior to joing Strathclyde, I was an Assitant lecturer at the British University in Egypt.

I graduated First Class with Honours from the British University in Egypt, holding another certificate from Loughborough University and a Master degree from UNSW, Sydney. 

Research Interests

My research interests are female entrepreneurship, social entrepreneurship, urban focused entrepreneurship, ethnic entrepreneurship and cultural and creative industries.

C Christine Samy Aziz Habib

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