BA (Hons) (Warwick), MA (Warwick), PhD (De Montfort)
Professor of Entrepreneurship and InnovationDepartment: Haydn Green Institute for Innovation and EntrepreneurshipCentre/Institute: HGIE-mail: Susan.Marlow2@nottingham.ac.ukLocation:
C27a (South Building, Jubilee Campus)
I am a nationally and internationally recognised scholar within the field of entrepreneurship having a particular expertise in the influence of gender and diversity upon entrepreneurial behaviour. My research has been published in FT Top 50 US journals and other top rated US and UK journals across a range of theoretical disciplines. On the basis of my reputation and expertise, I have attained a Queen's Enterprise Award, been invited as a visiting academic to universities across the world, delivered numerous key note addresses at national and international events, contributed to television and media outlets, led a successful debating team at an Oxford Union and have a track record of external and internal research funding. My research is actively integrated into my teaching where student and peer feedback has been consistently excellent. Further to research and teaching activities, I contribute to my community of practice as a member of the Chartered Association of Business Schools (CABS) editorial journal ranking group, Fellow of the UK Institute of Small Business and Entrepreneurship and member of the European Council for Small Business. I am also the UK Editor for Entrepreneurship, Theory and Practice, the top ranked journal in our field and FT top 50 indexed plus, Editor of the International Small Business Journal and act as co-editor for two Routledge entrepreneurship book series and in 2021, was awarded the best paper prize for 2020 by the prestigious Human Relations Journal.Areas of Expertise
Entrepreneurship, entrepreneurial behaviour with a particular interest in gender and human resource management.
Entrepreneurship, Gender, Business Failure, Employment Relations, Intersectionality.