Sarah Dodd

Professor

Sarah is a Professor in the Hunter Centre for Entrepreneurship, at the University of Strathclyde. She has been teaching and studying small businesses, enterprise development, and society for more than 25 years, after a decade spent working in hands-on community business development, training, and SME marketing.

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Biography

Sarah is a Professor in the Hunter Centre for Entrepreneurship, at the University of Strathclyde. She has been teaching and studying small businesses, enterprise development, and society for more than 25 years, after a decade spent working in hands-on community business development, training, and SME marketing. Her practice-focused research explores the inter-relations between societal institutions and enterprise, such as social capital networks, families in business, religion and enterprise, enterprise policy, and collaboration as an SME growth strategy. She has published around 40 papers on these topics, many in leading entrepreneurship journals, including JBV, ETP, ERD, ISBJ, and JSBM.