Royal Holloway, University of London
I am a Reader in International Business and Entrepreneurship at Royal Holloway. I have held various academic positions and visiting appointments, including Visiting Professor at the International School of Yonsei University (2015-2019), Research Director of the Chevening Gurukul Fellowship, London School of Economics (2005-2013), Associate Fellow and Political Risk Analyst at the Emerging Markets Group, London School of Economics (2002-2008), Assistant Professor, Middle East Technical University (1994-1996), and Research Assistant, University of Rome “La Sapienza” (1986-1987). I hold a PhD in Economic Geography (London School of Economics), an MSc (Middle East Technical University) and a BSc (Dokuz Eylul) in City and Regional Planning, and a certificate in Architectural Conservation from ICCROM (The International Centre for the Study of the Preservation and Restoration of Cultural Property). My research fellowships include, the Robert McNamara Fellowship of the World Bank, a Leverhulm



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