CENTRIM has 19 permanent members with strong records for publishing both journal and conference papers, securing research grants and supervising postgraduate students. We have a balance between established academics, mid-career and early career researchers, ably supported by a support team.
Miss Sofia Eleftheriadi
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Dr George Tsekouras
Director of CENTRIM, Dr Tsekouras researches aspects of SMEs in particular and is a Principal Research Fellow with Brighton Business School
Professor Tim Brady
Professor in Innovation with CENTRIM and Brighton Business School
Research Student at the Brighton Business School
Professor Marc Cowling
Marc Cowling is Professor of Entrepreneurship and Deputy-head for Research and Enterprise at Brighton Business School
Dr Nikos Daskalakis
Nikos Daskalakis, Brighton Business School and CENTRIM
Dr Dave Francis
Academic work focuses on innovation skills, innovation capability development, continuous improvement and innovation for poverty alleviation.
Dr Angela Ya Gao
Brighton Business School and CENTRIM
Professor Andros Gregoriou
Research interests focus on stock market liquidity and financial econometrics.
Dr Tim Laing
Research deals with the twin challenges of environmental protection and economic development, especially where the two intersect.
Senior Lecturer - Brighton Business School
Dr Nick Marshall
Research focuses on the nature of knowledge and learning in organisations and seeks to link this to questions about innovation and change.
Principal Lecturer - Brighton Business School
Dr Sushil Mohan
Research focus on the interaction between international trade, ethical trading and economic development.
Research in the history and role of higher education, graduate employability and how graduates might best be served by university.
Professor Howard Rush
The principal focus of Professor Rush's research is on how to strengthen the 'humanitarian innovation ecosystem'.
Dr Arvind Upadhyay
Research includes sustainable supply chain and operations with a particular interest in innovative empirical methodologies.
Mehabad S Ali
Institutional Perspective on the Case of Kurdistan Region
Mapping Efficient Strategy Plans of Social Media Marketing tailored for Charitable Organisations
Why most of small start-up businesses fail within 3 years in Saudi Arabia?
Katy Beckett (Visiting student)
Dyslexia as a Modifiable Formal and Informal Learning Influence in SMEs
Innovation within Private Finance Initiative projects: the influence of governance throughout the first stage of post-contract implementation
Understanding leadership in the context of organisational change projects: Exploring social, political and cognitive aspects of project leadership framing in practice
Technological learning beyond the traditional frame of reference: Disruptive technology innovation at BMW.
Improving project capability in the public sector: A case study within the UK government
What is the experience of being a black African entrepreneur in the UK in the last 20 years?
Platform Guarantee and Credit Allocation Efficiency: Theory and Evidence from China's Peer-to-Peer Lending Market
Financial Policy of Zero-leverage Firms in UK
Creating Spaces for Memories: Sustaining Cultures in a Global Economy