Dr Farzana Chowdhury
Assistant Professor in Entrepreneurship
|Assistant Professor in Entrepreneurship in the Business School||A120|
Dr. Farzana Chowdhury is an Assistant Professor of Entrepreneurship at Durham University Business School. She holds a Ph.D. from Indiana University in the U.S. She holds a master’s degree from Indiana University in Comparative and International Affairs, Non-profit Management, and Public Policy and a B.S in Corporate Finance from Ball State University in Muncie, Indiana.
Her research areas include entrepreneurship, strategic management, and organizational behavior and focuses on how contextual elements influence strategic decisions entrepreneurs make for themselves and on behalf of their organizations.
Prospective Ph.D. applicants are welcome to get in touch for more information.
- Entrepreneurship, Institutions, International Entrepreneurship
Chapter in book
- Demircioglu, Mehmet Akif Chowdhury, Farzana & Vivona, Roberto (2020). Public Sector Entrepreneurship. In Global Encyclopedia of Public Administration, Public Policy, and Governance. Farazmand, Ali Cham: Springer. 1-6.
- Venâncio, Ana & Chowdhury, Farzana (2020). Exploring the Relationship between Foreign Competition and Entrepreneurship in a Host Country. In Entrepreneurship and Behavioral Strategy. Das, T.K. Charlotte NC: Information Age Publishing.
- Audretsch, David B., Belitski, Maksim, Chowdhury, Farzana & Desai, Sameeksha (2022). CEO gender, institutional context and firm exports. International Business Review 31(5): 102008.
- Brieger, Steven A., Chowdhury, Farzana, Hechavarría, Diana M., Muralidharan, Etayankara, Pathak, Saurav & Lam, Yan Tong (2022). Digitalization, Institutional Voids and New Venture Internationalization. Journal of International Management 28(4): 100949.
- Chowdhury, F. (2022). Necessity or Opportunity? Government Size, Tax Policy, Corruption and Implications for Entrepreneurship. Small Business Economics 58(4): 2025-2042.
- Audretsch, D. B., Belitski, M., Chowdhury, F. & Desai, S. (2021). Home-country export regulations, credit markets, and corruption: implications for different types of internationalization. Transnational Corporations 28(2): 31-65.
- Cheng, C., Chowdhury, F., Davila, A., Durst, S. & Kraus, S. (2021). Employees’ psychological characteristics and sustainable leadership in firms with high and low entrepreneurial orientation. Journal of Small Business Strategy 31(3): 59-71.
- Chowdhury, Farzana & Audretsch, David B. (2021). A dynamic relationship between entrepreneurial orientation and entrepreneurial activity. Journal of International Entrepreneurship 19(3): 339-356.
- Demircioglu, Mehmet Akif & Chowdhury, Farzana (2021). Entrepreneurship in public organizations: the role of leadership behavior. Small Business Economics 57(3): 1107-1123.
- Chowdhury, Farzana (2021). Do Corruption and Regulations Matter for Home Country Nascent International Entrepreneurship? Journal of Technology Transfer 46(3): 720-759.
- Chowdhury, F., Audretsch, D.B. & Belitski, M. (2019). Institutions and entrepreneurship quality. Entrepreneurship Theory and Practice 43(1): 51-81.
- Belitski, M., Chowdhury, F. & Desai, S. (2016). Taxes, corruption, and entry. Small Business Economics 47(1): 201-216.
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