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Dr Lucrezia Casulli

Lecturer

Hunter Centre for Entrepreneurship

Personal statement

Lucrezia focuses on strategies for early foreign market entry and the role of firm leaders’ thinking and midsets. Lucrezia applies tools from cognitive psychology to surface embedded assumptions that practitioners have developed through experience in both domestic and foreign markets. This process promotes awareness of knowledge as well as knowledge gaps, which can then be evaluated and challenged.

Lucrezia has nearly a decade of experience in engaging with internationalising firms across a number of industries and sectors. She has collaborated with Scottish Enterprise and Scottish Development International in researching and evaluating international growth programmes such as the Global Companies Development Programme.

Lucrezia is the academic leader of our Business Clinics programme, aimed at addressing the challenges of new and growing businesses in the West of Scotland. Through this, Lucrezia works in partnership with Jobs and Business Glasgow and Clyde Gateway helping to support the creation and growth of small businesses in fragile and challenging contexts.

Lucrezia’s research has been published in Entrepreneurship Theory and Practice, which is listed as number 11 on the FT’s top 45 Research Ranked journals. She is also the author of a series of research and evaluation reports for Scottish Enterprise, which have informed programmes designed to support international growth. Her research has been presented at a number of world leading entrepreneurship and international business sonferences.

 

Expertise

Has expertise in:

    • International Entrepreneurship,
    • Internationalization of firms,
    • Entrepreneurial cognition.

Publications

The dynamics of experiential learning : microprocesses and adaptation in a professional service INV
Bunz Thorsten, Casulli Lucrezia, Jones Marian V, Bausch Andreas
International Business Review Vol 26, pp. 225–238, (2017)
http://dx.doi.org/10.1016/j.ibusrev.2016.07.001
Renew or regress : maintaining a forum for radical entrepreneurship scholarship
Casulli Lucrezia, Chalmers Dominic, Drakopoulou Dodd Sarah, Matthews Russell, Stoyanov Stoyan
International Journal of Entrepreneurial Behaviour and Research Vol 23, pp. 1-6, (2017)
http://dx.doi.org/10.1108/IJEBR-01-2017-0041
Entrepreneurial education : exploring the micro-dynamics of learning in student business incubators
Casulli Lucrezia, Richardson Rebecca
Frontiers of Entrepreneurship Research, pp. 1, (2015)
How experience shapes the thinking of international entrepreneurs
Casulli Lucrezia, Fletcher Margaret
International Council for Small Business World Conference, (2015)
Entrepreneurial experience and judgement in firm internationalization
Casulli Lucrezia
Journal of International Business Studies - Paper development workshop, (2014)
Opportunity development : a tale with many beginnings
Casulli Lucrezia, Dimov Dimo
European Academy of Management 14th Annual Conference, pp. 1-31, (2014)

more publications

Teaching

Lucrezia is the academic leader of our Business Clinics programme, aimed at addressing the challenges of new and growing businesses in the West of Scotland. Through this, Lucrezia works in partnership with Jobs and Business Glasgow and Clyde Gateway helping to support the creation and growth of small businesses in fragile and challenging contexts.

Address

Hunter Centre for Entrepreneurship
Duncan Wing

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