Juliana is a Senior Lecturer in International Business in the Department of Management. Her role at Nottingham Business School (NBS) involves teaching and research. She teaches on international business modules at undergraduate level and is currently the module leader for International Business and Communication module. Juliana also supervises undergraduate and postgraduate projects, in addition to contributing to quality teaching through observation of colleague’s teaching. Juliana is an established researcher, focusing on microfinance and financial inclusion in developing countries, entrepreneurial financing, migrant and transnational entrepreneurship, regulation and governance of social enterprises among other topics.
She is the co-editor of a book on African Diaspora Direct Investment as well publishing journal articles in high ranking international journals.
Prior to joining Nottingham Trent University, Juliana taught at Lincoln Business School, University of Lincoln, where she was programme leader for the MBA Full time and module leader on International Business modules. She has also worked in Zambia where she taught various business modules at undergraduate and postgraduate levels at Copperbelt University. Juliana also provided consultancy expertise for a USAID sponsored chamber of small-scale businesses in Zambia, started a successful business venture before relocating to the United Kingdom.
Juliana's main areas of research are:
- Governance and accountability in not-for-profit enterprise orientated
- Social Entrepreneurship
- International Business
- Development economics with a focus on developing countries
Juliana is currently working on the impact of regulations in shaping corporate governance and social responsibility in microfinance institutions.
Juliana is a member of the African Academy of Management and British Academy of Management.
Sponsors and collaborators
University of Lincoln
- Okoye, N and Siwale, J. (2016) Microfinance Regulation and Effective Corporate Governance in Nigeria and Zambia, International Journal of Law and Management (Forthcoming)
- Siwale, J (2016) Microfinance and Loan Officers’ Work Experiences: Perspectives from Zambia, Journal of Development Studies http://dx.doi.org/10.1080/00220388.2016.1139692
- Siwale J (2015). Why did I not prepare for this? The politics of negotiating fieldwork access, identity and methodology in researching microfinance institutions, SAGE Open Journal
- Siwale, J and Ritchie, J (2013) Accounting for Microfinance Failure: Insights from Zambia, International Journal of Critical Accounting 5(6) pp. 47-71
- Siwale, J.N and Ritchie, J. (2012) Disclosing the Loan Officer Role in Microfinance Development, International Small Business Journal, 30(4)
- Dixon, R., Ritchie, J and Siwale, J. (2007). “Loan officers and loan ‘delinquency’ in Microfinance: A Zambian case” Accounting Forum Journal, Vol. 31: pp. 47-71.
- Dixon, R., Ritchie, J and Siwale, J. (2006). “Microfinance: Accountability from the grassroots”, Accounting, Auditing and Accountability Journal, Vol. 19 (3): pp. 405-427.
- Siwale, J (2013) Challenging Western Perceptions of Rurality: a case study of rural Zambia. In Bosworth G and Somerville, P. (Eds.), Interpreting rurality: multidisciplinary approaches. Taylor & Francis. ISBN: 9780415696722
- Okoye, N and Siwale, J (2016) Regulation and Effective Corporate Governance in Microfinance Banks: A Comparison of Nigeria and Zambia. Presented at: Socio-Legal Studies Association Annual Conference 2016, Lancaster University, 5-7th April.
- Siwale, J. (2013) The work experiences of loan officers in Microfinance: Is it different for women loan officers? Evidence from Zambia. In: 2013 British Academy of Management Conference, 10 - 12 September 2013, Liverpool, UK.
- Siwale, J. A critical evaluation of international development and poverty: the case of microfinance and the Swedish International Development Cooperation Agency in Zambia. In: The 8th International Conference in Critical Management Studies, 10-12 July 2013, Manchester University, UK.
- Siwale, J. Financial Inclusion and Microfinance: the case of Rural Women in Sub-Saharan Africa. Gender, Work and Organization, June 2012 at Keele University, UK
Siwale, J and Ritchie, J. Failure by design: the rise and fall of a microfinance institution in Zambia – a case of Pride Zambia. In: 2nd European Research conference on Microfinance, 16 - 18 June 2011, Groningen University, the Netherlands.