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Quynh Duong Phuong

Foto Quynh Duong Phuong

Research Assistant

Contact:

Enrique-Schmidt-Straße 1
D-28359 Bremen
WiWi 1, Room A 2200

Phone: +49 (0)421 218 - 66875
phuong(at)uni-bremen.de

 

Research Interest:

• Diaspora Entrepreneurship

• Transnational Entrepreneurship

• Entrepreneurship Education

Introduction

Quynh Duong Phuong joined the LEMEX team in 2016. Since 2018, she is a research assistant and PhD candidate at the Chair in Small Business and Entrepreneurship of the University of Bremen.

She holds a master‘s degree in Business Administration and has practical experience in the field of event management, employer branding and social media management through previous jobs and internships.

Her research focuses lie on entrepreneurship education, diaspora entrepreneurship and transnational entrepreneurship.

Background

Since 09/2018

Ph.D. Candidate at Chair in Small Business & Entrepreneurship (LEMEX)

University Bremen (Germany)

10/2015 – 08/2018

Master programme in Business Administration

University Bremen (Germany)

10/2012 – 09/2015

Bachelor's programme in Business Administration

University Bremen (Germany)

Teaching

Term

Courses

ECTS

Language

Function

Winter

Teaching Project IEM² - SME Managment

12 ECTS

German

Tutor

Winter

Entrepreneurship and SME Management

6 ECTS

German

Tutor

Winter

Pre-Seminar Entrepreneurship and SME-Management

6 ECTS

English

Tutor

Summer

Entrepreneurship & SME Management II

6 ECTS

German

Tutor

Summer

Seminar on Entrepreneurship and SME Management III

6 ECTS

English

Tutor

Publications

Journal Articles

 
  • Phuong, Q.D., & Harima, A. (2019). The Impact of Cultural Values on Vietnamese Ethnic Entrepreneurs in Germany. Journal of Entrepreneurship, Management, and Innovation, 15(2), 85-115.
 

Books/Chapters

 
  • Phuong, Q.D., Mayer, S., Theohavora, V., Harima, A., & Freiling, J. (2019). Provoking Gender-related Institutional Changes: A Case of a Returnee Female Entrepreneur in India. In M. I. Yenilmez & O. B. Celik (Eds.) A comparative perspective of women's economic empowerment. Routledge: New York, NY. 
 

Miscellaneous

Awards

 
  • Wolfgang-Ritter Study Award for 2nd best graduate in the Master’s Program of Business Administration (2018)