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Shuan SadreGhazi

  • PhD research fellow
  • United Nations University-MERIT
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  • 44CitationsNumber of citations received by Shuan's publications. Updated daily.

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Research interests

Poverty AlleviationInnovation PolicyRural LivelihoodsLow-income MarketsInclusive InnovationRural DevelopmentSocial EntrepreneurshipPro-Poor InnovationBase of the PyramidInclusive Business

About

Shuan's academic interests lay primarily in innovation management and business strategy with a special focus on their application for development. His PhD dissertation was focused on understanding the dynamics of innovation in under-served market, based on analyzing Inclusive Business initiatives. Shuan has conducted extensive fieldworks in rural India, Myanmar and China. He has worked with a number of European Multinationals on their inclusive business initiatives. With the UNDP Growing Inclusive Markets initiative, he served as a research fellow responsible for Inclusive Business studies in the Middle East and North Africa (MENA). As a visiting researcher at Tsinghua University's "Sustainable Innovation" group, he studied the approach of Chinese firms regarding innovation for low-income/rural markets.

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Co-authors (4)

Recent publications

  • Serving low-income markets: Rethinking multinational corporations' strategies

    • SadreGhazi S
    • Duysters G
    N/AReaders
    3Citations
  • Using system dynamics simulation for analysis of uncertainties in engineering projects

    • Yaghootkar K
    • SadreGhazi S
    N/AReaders
    0Citations

Professional experience

PhD research fellow

United Nations University-MERIT

September 2006 - Present

Broman scholar

Institute for Innovation and Entrepreneurship

December 2011 - December 2012(a year)

Research fellow

United Nations Development Programme (UNDP)

May 2009 - August 2010(a year)

Education

M.Sc. Management and Economics of Innovation

UC Santa Barbara

September 2004 - August 2005(a year)