Speaker: Nidal Darwish - University: Al-Quds University, Palestine
Nidal Darwish was born in Palestine, and he received the Ph.D. degree in economics and management of technology from the University of Bergamo in Italy, and the master degree in business administration from Al-Quds University in Palestine, and B.A in business administration from Bethlehem University in Palestine. Currently, he is an assistant professor at Al-Quds University, Palestine. His main areas of research interests are entrepreneurship, family business, developing countries, international business, high - growth firms, and marketing. Moreover, he has a great deal of experience in teaching since he has worked in this field for more than ten years, and he taught more than 20 different courses in management, marketing, and entrepreneurship. Currently, he teaches Advance Marketing Management, International Business, and Business Essentials.
How do Islamic religious beliefs influence social capital in family firms? Co-author: Naveed Akhter, Jonkoping University.
Partners of Event: UTAD - University of Trás-os-Montes and Alto Douro ;
Event Program: SPID - Doing business in the Middle East