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I am a senior lecturer in Strategy, International Entrepreneurship and Innovation in the Business School. Having taught in other Universities in the U.K., Qatar and Egypt, I have extensive experience in developing teaching portfolios at undergraduate and postgraduate levels. Additionally, I am experienced in the validation and quality assurance of Higher Education International collaborations as well as student mentorship.
After achieving a first-class honors degree in Business Administration with Distinction, and M.Sc. from the Faculty of Commerce, Alexandria University (Egypt), I was awarded a studentship and a PhD degree from Oxford Brookes University in 2018.
My research focus is on SMEs' internationalization, strategic decision-making, international management, and gender entrepreneurship. With a background in financial management and international business, I combine qualitative and quantitative research to examine decision-making, internationalization, cultural aspects within the context of SMEs.
My research has been presented at internationally recognized conferences such as the Academy of International Business (AIB), British Academy of Management (BAM) and the European Group of Organization Studies (EGOS) . I am extremely proud of my research on female entrepreneurship in emerging economies because it was shortlisted for the Emerald Best International Symposium Award at the gender mainstreaming and governance during the Academy of Management Conference in 2016.
My research has been published in top-tier journals including the International Business Review and the Journal of International Management.
I am also a Co-PI in an international grant of USD 440k, the grant is titled 'The implementation of Qatarization strategy: The status quo, challenges and remedies'; a three years international research project, funded by the Qatar National Research Fund.
|Qatar National Research Fund||2019||The implementation of Qatarization strategy: The status quo, challenges and remedies||Principal Investigator|
|Proposal||Project||Role||Funder||Status||Status last updated|
|Internationalisation Decision of SME'S In Hostile Business Context||Internationalisation Decision of SME'S In Hostile Business Context||Principal Investigator||British Academy of Management Grant Schemes||OPEN Approved for submission||Oct 2019|
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International entrepreneurial SMEs in the muslim world: The role of religion in the GCC countries
Younis, H., Dimitratos, P. and Elbanna, S. (2022). International entrepreneurial SMEs in the muslim world: The role of religion in the GCC countries. International Business Review. 31 (5), p. 102023. https://doi.org/10.1016/j.ibusrev.2022.102023
Teaching in times of crisis: The impact of the COVID-19 pandemic on higher education
Younis, H. and Elbanna, S. (2022). Teaching in times of crisis: The impact of the COVID-19 pandemic on higher education. Innovations in Education and Teaching International. https://doi.org/10.1080/14703297.2022.2060850
How do SMEs decide on international market entry?
Younis, H. and Elbanna, S. (2021). How do SMEs decide on international market entry? Journal of International Management. p. 100902. https://doi.org/10.1016/j.intman.2021.100902
The Role of Munificence-Hostility on Decision-making Logic of Internationalizing SMEs: A Comparative Study
Younis, H. and Elbanna, S. (2019). The Role of Munificence-Hostility on Decision-making Logic of Internationalizing SMEs: A Comparative Study. British Academy of Management - BAM 2019. Aston, United Kingdom 03 - 05 Sep 2019 British Academy of Management.
Redesigning the Schedule Time Slots for Qatar University to Cope with Local Specificities
Younis, H. and Ben Ayed, O. (2015). Redesigning the Schedule Time Slots for Qatar University to Cope with Local Specificities. Studies in Business and Economics. 18 (2), pp. 57-72.