Frederick Nyakudya

Lecturer

Nottingham Business School

Role

Dr Frederick Nyakudya is a lecturer at Nottingham Business School, UK. He received a PhD degree from the Aston Business School. He is a researcher and his main research interest is in understanding the driving forces and barriers of entrepreneurship, growth and development. His research activities cover multi-level dimensions of individuals, formal and informal institutions, regions and their interplay based on observations drawn from differing contexts of emerging, developing and developed economies. His previous position was Associate Lecturer at Aston Business School where he started in 2010. Prior to that, he spent one year as an Associate Lecturer at Leicester Business School. He has previously published in an Entrepreneurship Journal of the Small Business Economics.

Career overview

He received a PhD degree from the Aston Business School.

His previous position was Associate Lecturer at Aston Business School where he started in 2010. Prior to that, he spent one year as an Associate Lecturer at Leicester Business School.

Research areas

Research interests:

  • Commercial entrepreneurship
  • Social entrepreneurship
  • Intrapreneurship
  • High growth aspiration entrepreneurship
  • Innovation
  • International Business
  • Application of institutional theory to both entrepreneurship and international business

Dr Frederick Nyakudya is available to supervise new suitable candidates in all areas of quantitative entrepreneurship and international business research, with reference to institutional context of entrepreneurship.