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Dr Richard Nyuur

Associate Professor

Department: Newcastle Business School

Richard B. Nyuur, PhD, is an Associate Professor (Reader) of Strategy and International Business and Deputy Head of the Entrepreneurship, Strategy and Innovation Department at Newcastle Business School, Northumbria University, UK. Prior to joining Newcastle Business School, Richard held academic positions at Swansea University, International College of Wales Swansea, both in the UK; and DHBW Cooperative State University, Stuttgart in Germany. His research interests lie at the intersection of strategy and international business in the broad areas of international business strategy; firm internationalisation, de-internationalisation and strategic adaptiveness; international human resource management strategies; and corporate governance (including ethics and corporate social responsibility). He has published injournals such as Journal of International Management, Journal of Business Research, International Marketing Review, International Human Resource Management Journal, Journal of Small Business Management, Thunderbird International Business Review, International Journal of Business Governance and Ethics, Journal of Strategy and Management, International Journal of Foresight and Innovation, African Journal of Economic and Management Studies, and Social Responsibility Journal. His scholarly work has also been presented at leading international conferences and published as chapters in peer-reviewed books. He currently sits on the editorial boards of Journal of African Business, Critical Perspectives on International Business, and the European Journal of Economics and Management.

Richard Nyuur

Campus Address

Newcastle Business School
City Campus East


  • Business andManagement Studies PhD March 01 2011
  • Fellow (FHEA) Higher Education Academy (HEA) 2014
  • Information not provided Academy of International Business (AIB) 2011

Key Publications

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  • Leveraging inter-industry spillovers through DIY laboratories: entrepreneurship and innovation in the global bicycle industry, Galvin, P., Burton, N., Nyuur, R. 5 Aug 2020, In: Technological Forecasting and Social Change
  • Product architecture and product market internationalization: A conceptualization and extension, Burton, N., Nyuur, R., Amankwah-Amoah, J., Sarpong, D., O'Regan, N. Jan 2020, In: Strategic Change
  • The role of the entrepreneurial university in building an entrepreneurial ecosystem in a post conflict economy, Nkusi, A., Cunningham, J., Nyuur, R., Pattinson, S. 2 Jul 2020, In: Thunderbird International Business Review
  • Threading the needle of the digital divide in Africa, Arakpogun, E., Elsahn, Z., Nyuur, R., Olan, F. 11 Aug 2020, In: Technological Forecasting and Social Change
  • Corporate social responsibility and competitive advantage, Nyuur, R., Ofori, D., Amponsah, M. 1 Jul 2019, In: Thunderbird International Business Review
  • Managerial Perceptions of Firms’ Corporate Sustainability Strategies: Insights from Croatia, Nyuur, R., Brečić, R., Murphy, P. 27 Dec 2019, In: Sustainability
  • Renewable Energy Development as a Driver of Economic Growth, Singh, N., Nyuur, R., Richmond, B. 24 Apr 2019, In: Sustainability
  • Critical perspectives on international business in Africa: An overview and proposed new research agenda, Nyuur, R., Wanjiru, R., Amankwah-Amoah, J., Ifere, S. 8 May 2018, In: Critical Perspectives on International Business
  • Drivers of training and talent development, Oseghale, R., Malik, A., Nyuur, R., Pereira, V., Ellis, F. 20 Oct 2018, In: Human Resource Development International
  • SME International innovation and strategic adaptiveness: The role of domestic network density, centrality and informality, Nyuur, R., Brečić, R., Debrah, Y. 9 Apr 2018, In: International Marketing Review

PGR Supervision

  • Agbo Joseph Start: 01/03/2019
  • Joyce Nkwabi Start: 01/10/2019
  • Juri Suehrer Start: 01/10/2018


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