Dr Lucrezia Casulli

Lecturer, Hunter Centre for Entrepreneurship, Strathclyde University

Lucrezia's research interests include international entrepreneurship, coupled with her passion for cognitive psychology, lead her to research the reasoning processes that individuals engage in when confronted with internationalisation opportunities and challenges.

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Research Themes

  • Diversity

Biography

Dr Lucrezia Casulli is a Lecturer at the Hunter Centre for Entrepreneurship, University of Strathclyde. Her interest in international entrepreneurship, coupled with her passion for cognitive psychology, lead her to research the reasoning processes that individuals engage in when confronted with internationalisation opportunities and challenges.

Lucrezia holds an MA (Hons) in Business and Management, an MSc in Management Research and a PhD in Entrepreneurship and Internationalization, all awarded from the University of Glasgow, Adam Smith Business School. She was part of a team of independent evaluators for Scottish Enterprise’s Global Companies Development Programme (Currently International Strategy Development Programme). She is engaged in on-going discussions with representatives of Scottish Development International on developing decision makers’ competences in the international growth process of their firms.