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Professor Mine Karatas-Ozkan PhD, MBA, BA

Professor of Strategy and Entrepreneurship, Associate Dean (Research)

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Professor Mine Karatas-Ozkan is Associate Dean (Research) within Southampton Business School at the University of Southampton.

Mine Karatas-Ozkan is a Professor of Strategy and Entrepreneurship and Associate Dean for Research for the Faculty of Business, Law and Art. Her research focuses on social and diversity dimensions of entrepreneurship. She has published several books and articles in these areas.

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Research interests

  1. Nascent entrepreneurship and entrepreneurial learning
  2. Technology entrepreneurship (Nascent technology entrepreneurship, gender and technology transfer, commercialisation of academic research; entrepreneurial leadership and growth of technology firms)
  3. Diversity and career studies: Career advancement of women in the SET sectors; career progression of MBA students
  4. Social entrepreneurship and Corporate Social Responsibility
  5. Knowledge work/Knowledge workers (Links with digital economy): Mobility and career development of knowledge workers; triple helix of university-industry-government relationships).
  6. Family businesses from diversity and equality perspectives (Cross-cultural aspects of family businesses; women in family businesses)
  7. Ethnic minority entrepreneurship

Research awards, grants and funding 

  • Karatas-Ozkan, M. (2009) Entrepreneurial leadership for sustainable growth of high-technology companies in the UK and India, Internationalization Fund, University of Southampton.
  • Karatas-Ozkan, M. (2009) Corporate Social Responsibility and Corporate Community Involvement in Developed and developing Economies, Pump-priming fund, School of Management, University of Southampton.
  • Karatas-Ozkan, M.; Halford, S. and Taylor, J. (2009) LASS (Law, Arts and social Sciences Faculty of University of Southampton) Research Seminar Series entitled 'Knowledge workers: Identities and power in organisations in the age of the digital economy.
  • Karatas-Ozkan, M. (2009) Triple helix of academy-industry-government relationships in developed and developing economies, Pump-priming fund, School of Management, University of Southampton.
  • Karatas-Ozkan, M., Taylor, J. and Nouman, M. (2009) Triple helix of academy-industry-government relationships in developed and developing economies, Pump-priming fund, School of Management, University of Southampton.
  • Karatas-Ozkan, M. and Manville, G. (2009) HEEG SEEDA (Higher Education Entrepreneurship Group, South East England Development Agency) Nurturing social enterprise: growth and sustainability.
  • Karatas-Ozkan, M. (2006) Women in Science, Engineering and Technology, commissioned by ESF, ESRC and EPSRC (Based at the SERU, New Castle University)
  • Chell, E. and Karatas-Ozkan, M. (2004) Women's involvement in technology transfer activities from physics and engineering departments within the UK universities, Institute of Physics, London.
  • Chell, E., Nicolopoulou, K. and Karatas-Ozkan, M. (2005) Collaboration and leadership in entrepreneurial universities, HEIF 2 SET Squared Partnership Research Project, funded by the SET Squared Partnership, University of Southampton, University of Bath, University of Surrey and University of Bristol.

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Professor Mine Karatas-Ozkan
Southampton Business School, University of Southampton, Highfield, Southampton SO17 1BJ, UK

Room Number:28/2041

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