Shayegheh Ashourizadeh

Title: PhD Candidate
Home institution: University of Southern Denmark, Department of Entrepreneurship and Relationship Management

+45 6550 8922; shas@sam.sdu.dk

SDC Research field: Innovation Management: Immigrant entrepreneurship and innovation
SDC research project(s): Migrant Entrepreneurs` Innovation in Institutional Contexts:

Investigating the Functions of Entrepreneurial Capitals

Project partner(s) in China: Jizhen Li, Associate Professor, Tsinghua University, lijzh@sem.tsinghua.edu.cn
Project partner(s) in Denmark: Kent Wickstrøm Jensen, Associate Professor,  University of Southern Denmark

Thomas Schøtt

SDC Teaching involvement: Involved in teaching in IM program in 2015/16
Overall research interests: Entrepreneurship, Immigration, Innovation, Export
Publications: Ashourizadeh, S., Schøtt, T., Şengüler, E. P. and Wang Y. 2015. Exporting by Migrants and Indigenous Entrepreneurs: Contingent on Gender and Education. International Journal of Business and Globalisation. In press.

 

Ashourizadeh, S., Rezaei, S., Schøtt, T., and Jensen, K. W. 2015. People’s Human and Social Capital Benefiting Careers in Entrepreneurship: Adults in China and in the Chinese Diaspora. International Journal of Business and Globalisation. In press.

 

Ashourizadeh, S., and Schott, T. 2015. Exporting embedded in culture and international networks around entrepreneurs. International Journal of Business and Globalisation. In press.

 

Jensen, K. W., Rezaei, S., Schøtt, T., Ashourizadeh, S. and Jizhen Li 2015. Chinese Entrepreneurs’ Human and Social Capital Benefiting Innovation: In China and in the Chinese Diaspora. International Journal of Business and Globalisation. In press.

 

Ashourizadeh, S., Rezaei, S., Schøtt, T., and Jensen, K. W. 2014. People’s competencies benefiting careers in entrepreneurship: Adults in China and in the Chinese diaspora. Presented in 10th CICALICS Workshop, 31 August, Beijing, China.

 

Jensen, K. W., Rezaei, S., Schøtt, T., and Ashourizadeh, S., 2014. Enterprising among Chinese entrepreneurs at home and abroad. Presented at 10th CICALICS Workshop, 31 August, Beijing, China.

 

Ashourizadeh, S. 2015, Immigrant and indigenous entrepreneurs’ sources of financing of startups: Moderated by wealth in society, 3rd Asian SME Conference ACSB, 25-30 October, Miri, Malaysia. (At the conference, this paper earned the Best Paper Award)

Non-academic research partners: Global Entrepreneurship Monitor (GEM)
Scheduled activities 2016: Research for doctoral dissertation on migrants’ entrepreneurship and innovation.

Teaching in IM program.