I am an Assistant Professor of Entrepreneurship at emlyon business school. I pursue two lines of research. The first examines individuals' predispositions to entrepreneurship including the developmental origins of entrepreneurship, entrepreneurial decision-making, and the biology of entrepreneurship (genetics, physiology, mental-conditions, and neuroscience). The second investigates new venture dynamics (entry, growth, and exit). I hold a PhD from Warwick Business School (WBS), in which I received WBS's outstanding research paper award in 2018. Prior joining emlyon Business School, I did research work for the American University in Cairo and London Business School, and completed my doctoral training courses at Imperial College London and University College London.
PhD, Warwick Business School, University of Warwick, United Kingdom.
- PG Diploma, University of Bologna, Italy
- MSc., Department of Business Administration, Cairo University, Egypt