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Dr Ziad Elsahn

Senior Lecturer

Department: Newcastle Business School

Ziad Elsahn

Ziad Elsahn is a Senior Lecturer in International Business at the Entrepreneurship, innovation, and Strategy department at Northumbria University, Newcastle Business School. His research interests lie at the intersection of International Business, Organisation theory, and Strategy. Specifically, his research focuses on internationalisation, knowledge coordination and integration within and between organisations, and strategy making processes and practices. He explores these issues in the context of both SME and large cooperatives, professional service firms, and multinational entreprises. His research has been published or forthcoming in journals such as AIB insights, Industrial Marketing Management, Management International Review, Management Learning, R & D Management, Technological Forecasting and Social Change, and World Development.

  • Please visit the Pure Research Information Portal for further information
  • Corrigendum to “Threading the needle of the digital divide in Africa: The barriers and mitigations of infrastructure sharing”, Arakpogun, E., Elsahn, Z., Nyuur, R., Olan, F. 29 Mar 2022, In: Technological Forecasting and Social Change
  • Historical Social Network Analysis: advancing new directions for international business research, Buchnea, E., Elsahn, Z. 23 Feb 2022, In: International Business Review
  • Metaorganizing Collaborative Innovation for Action on Grand Challenges, Callagher, L., Korber, S., Siedlok, F., Elsahn, Z. 20 Jan 2022, In: IEEE Transactions on Engineering Management
  • Artificial intelligence in Africa: challenges and opportunities, Arakpogun, E., Elsahn, Z., Olan, F., Elsahn, F. 13 Feb 2021, The Fourth Industrial Revolution, Cham, Switzerland, Springer
  • Beyond contact-tracing: The public value of eHealth application in a pandemic, Gerli, P., Arakpogun, E., Elsahn, Z., Olan, F., Prime, K. 1 Jul 2021, In: Government Information Quarterly
  • “Can we build it? Yes, we can!” complexities of resource re-deployment to fight pandemic, Elsahn, Z., Siedlok, F. 1 Feb 2021, In: Industrial Marketing Management
  • Corporate entrepreneurs and collaborative innovation in crisis: The case of the Covid-19 ventilator shortage, Korber, S., Siedlok, F., Elsahn, Z. 20 Nov 2021, In: The International Journal of Entrepreneurship and Innovation
  • Early career researchers’ identity threats in the field: The shelter and shadow of collective support, Callagher, L., Elsahn, Z., Hibbert, P., Korber, S., Siedlok, F. 1 Sep 2021, In: Management Learning
  • Managing Internationalisation Tensions in Producer Cooperatives, Siedlok, F., Elsahn, Z., Callagher, L. 22 Feb 2021, In: AIB Insights
  • Africa’s Resilience in the Face of COVID-19 Pandemic: Let’s Talk about It!, Arakpogun, E., Elsahn, Z., Prime, K., Gerli, P., Olan, F. 1 Jul 2020

  • Business andManagement Studies PhD December 10 2018
  • Business and Administration MA July 31 2012


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