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Mohamed
Farhoud
Doctoral Candidate, Entrepreneurship
Doctoral Student, Entrepreneurship
M.Sc. (Eng)

Contact

Rehtorinpellonkatu 3
20500
Turku

Areas of expertise

Social Entrepreneurship
Legitimacy
Base (Bottom) of the Pyramid
teaching cases on Social Economy.

Biography

Mohamed is a Postgraduate Researcher in Entrepreneurship at Turku School of Economics, University of Turku. He is also a Lead Researcher at the University of Pretoria's Unit for Social Entrepreneurship. His research focus includes Social Entrepreneurship, Social Economy, Base of the Pyramid, and teaching cases on Social Economy. Mohamed is a co-founder and current coordinator of ANSES: African Network of Social Entrepreneurship Scholars. He is on the editorial team for Emerald Emerging Markets Case Studies Collection for cases on social entrepreneurship in Africa (2019-2022). In addition, Mohamed serves as the vice-chairperson of NERT: Network for Early-career Researchers in Turku.

Teaching

Master's Degree Programme in Global Innovation Management: Introduction to Entrepreneurship

Research

Drawing on organisation theory, Mohamed investigates the relationships between reward-based crowdfunding activity as a management arrangement, and social enterprises' legitimacy, autonomy, and performance.

Publications

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