Adnan ul Haque is a Doctor of Business Administration (DBA) from the University of Wales TSD-London. His doctoral research investigates the impact of varying occupational stressors on the organisational commitment of teaching and non-teaching (administrative) staff working in public universities in Pakistan and the UK. He holds a Master’s degree in HRM from the University of Sunderland and MPA-HRM with distinction from the Universty of Karachi. He is an on-line mentor and research supervisor at Oxford Brookes University for BA (Hons) students working on final research projects. He also gives guest lectures at different institutions and presents keynote speeches at international conferences. He is an HR consultant to logistics firm in Canada.
Sebastian KotProf. Dr.
Czestochowa University of Technology, Poland
Ph.D. is currently associate professor in management and supply chain management and Vice Director of the Institute of Logistics and International Management at Faculty of Management, CUT. He is also extraordinary professor in North-West University, Faculty of Economic and Management Sciences, South Africa. He has taught a variety of undergraduate and graduate courses in the areas of logistics, supply chain management, international transportation. Prof. Kot has published widely, and his publications include books, book chapters, refereed journals’ papers, conference proceedings. He is a Founder and Co-editor of Polish Journal of Management Studies, member of numerous journal scientific boards as well as reviewer. His research interests are in the areas of sustainable supply chain management, logistics, transportation and globalization and entrepreneurship.
Andreas KuckertzProf. Dr.
University of Hohenheim, Germany
Andreas Kuckertz is professor of entrepreneurship at the University of Hohenheim and managing director of the University's Institute for Marketing and Management. He is the president of FGF e.V., Germany's leading academic association for entrepreneurship, innovation and SMEs. Andreas Kuckertz serves on the editorial boards of the International Journal of Entrepreneurial Behaviour and Research, the Journal of Small Business Management, Management Review Quarterly and the Journal of Business Research. After graduating in media and communications, business administration and philosophy at the Universities of Marburg and Leipzig (M.A. 2001), he finished his doctoral studies in 2005 at the University of Duisburg-Essen with a thesis on venture capital finance. In 2011 he completed his professorial qualification (‘Habilitation’) at the University of Duisburg-Essen. His research on various aspects of entrepreneurship, strategy, and innovation has been published in journals such as the Journal of Business Venturing or Strategic Entrepreneurship Journal.
Beata ŚlusarczykAssoc. Prof.
Czestochowa University of Technology, Poland
Ph.D. has been the associated professor at Czestochowa University of Technology, The Management Faculty since 2011. Since 2008, she has been the Head of the Department of Eurologistics and Entrepreneurship within the Institute of Logistics and International Management at the Management Faculty. She is also extraordinary professor in North-West University, Faculty of Economic and Management Sciences, South Africa. Prof. Beata Ślusarczyk has over 20 years of teaching, research and managerial experience in higher education. She has taught a variety of undergraduate and graduate courses in the areas of economy globalization, logistics costs, financial analysis, restructuring of enterprises. Her research interests are in the areas of mechanism of globalization, women entrepreneurship, foreign direct investments, state aid, costs aspects of logistic performance. She has published widely, and her publications include books, book chapters, refereed journals’ papers as well as conference proceedings or books reviews.
Mahmut TekinProf. Dr.
Selcuk University, Turkey
Prof. Tekin had Bachelor's, Master and PhD degrees in Business Administration. He became an Assistant Professor in 1987 at the Faculty of Engineering and Architecture of Selçuk University. Then he became Associate Professor in 1989 and professor in 1995. Since then he has been working as a professor at the Faculty of Economics and Administrative Sciences, Selcuk University. He is currently the Director of the Selcuk University Regional Development Research and Application Center and the Head of the Department of Production Management and Marketing.
Angelo TomaselliAssist. Prof.
Amsterdam Business School, Netherland
Angelo Tomaselli is an Assistant Professor in Entrepreneurship at Amsterdam Business School (The Netherlands). His research focuses on entrepreneurship, lending techniques, venture capitalists, the role of information signals (reputation and legitimacy) in project-based venture performance and investments, with a particular focus on the creative industry. He acquired the Ph.D. in Management (track in banking and finance) and a postdoctoral research fellowship at the management department of University of Bologna (Italy). He has been visiting researcher at the Management and Technology Department of Grenoble Ecole de Management (France). He has been a reviewer for the entrepreneurship and organization divisions of Academy of Management Conference (2016). He has been an ad-hoc reviewer for Long Range Planning Journal. He participated in the professional development workshops organized by the Journal of Management Studies (2016) and Strategic management society (2016). He has published on Journal of Economic Surveys. His papers have been accepted to Druid Conference (2016), Egos Conference (2016), Oxford Reputation Symposium (2017) and Academy of Management Conference (2016 and 2017). He acts as an advisor for film producers and distributors (participation in the Film Festival of Cannes 2017).