The Centre currently supports four PhD students which are based at Strathclyde and Warwick Business Schools. We aspire to build a thriving post-graduate research student community. The range of topics covered reflect the strength and mix of staff available to supervise students.

Aniela Kuhl

PhD Student, Hunter Centre for Enterprise, Strathclyde Business School

Aniela's research focusses on the "Rewards of Entrepreneurship: Constructing Economic Well-being within Entrepreneurial Households". She will explore the concept of direct and indirect financial rewards that can be accrued from running a family business.

Eleni Kesidou

PhD Student, Hunter Centre for Enterprise, Strathclyde Business School

Eleni's research focuses on entrepreneurial leadership and the connections between entrepreneurial leadership and organizational performance.

Joanne Turner

PhD Student, University of Warwick

Joanne’s research will examine how a firm’s industry environment, in particular the appropriability regime, affects its intangibles strategy and innovation performance.

Johan de Borst

PhD Student, Hunter Centre for Enterprise, Strathclyde Business School

Johan’s PhD research will explore how entrepreneurial households construct economic well-being and the potential impact of entrepreneurial households in their support or curtailment of business growth ambitions.