Dr Mohamed Haddoud
Lecturer in International Business Management
Plymouth Business School (Faculty of Business)
Ph.D. Business and Management, University of Plymouth
Member of Institute of Small Business and Entrepreneurship
Roles on external bodies
Reviewer for the International Journal of Entrepreneurial Behaviour and Research
I am currently supervising eight students for their final research project
I teach Global Enterprise, Entrepreneurial Thought and Action and Research Methods to both undergraduate and postgraduate students
I am part of the organising committee of the annual Plymouth Doctoral Symposium
Staff serving as external examiners
External Panelist for programme validation (MSc. International Business), University of hertfordshaire
My research interest include export behaviour, export promotion, development economics and innovation
(2018) "Export Intention in Developing Countries: A Configuration Approach to Managerial Success Factors" Journal of Small Business Management. Forthcoming (With Jones et al.)
(2018) "Post-materialistic valuesand entrepreneurial intention - The Case of Saudi Arabia" Journal of Small Business and Enterprise Development. Forthcoming (With Alammari et al.)
(2018) "Motivating non-exporters to go abroad: Investigating the roleof government" Strategic Change. Forthcoming (With Jones et al.)
(2018) "Entrepreneurial identity formation during the initial entrepreneurial experience: The inﬂuence of simulation feedback and existing identity " Journal of Business Research . Forthcoming (With Newbery et al.)
(2018) "Nepotism, employees’ competencies and firm performance in the tourism sector: A dual multivariate and Qualitative Comparative Analysis approach. Tourism Management, 67, 3-16.(With Elbaz et al).
(2018) "Internal and External Determinants of Export Performance a: Insights from Algeria". Thunderbird International Business Review, Forthcoming (With Nowinski et al.)
(2018) "Investigating the moderating role of Export Promotion Programmes using evidence from North-Africa" Critical Perspectives on International Business. Forthcoming (With Onjewu et al.)
(2017) "Examining the key determinants towards online pro-brand and anti-brand community citizenship behaviours: a two-stage approach" Industrial Management & Data Systems Forthcoming (With Wong et al.)
(2017) "The impact of entrepreneurship education, entrepreneurial self-efficacy and gender on entrepreneurial intentions of university students in the Visegrad countries" Studies in Higher Education (With Nowinski et al)
(2017) "The role of wisdom leadership in increasing job performance: Evidence from the Egyptian tourism sector. Tourism Management, 63, 66-76. (With El-Baz)
(2017) "SMEs’ export propensity in North Africa: a fuzzy c -means cluster analysis" Journal of Small Business and Enterprise Development (With Beynon, et al).
(2016) "Export Promotion Programmes and SMEs’ Performance: Exploring the Network Promotion Role" Journal of Small Business and Enterprise Development (With Jones et al. ).
(2016) "The price of everything, and the value of nothing?" Journal of Small Business and Enterprise Development (With Dokopoulu-Ddd et al.).
(2016) " Antecedents of continuance intention of use ofinternet banking in Saudi Arabia: new integrated model" Strategic Change Journal (with Alghamdi, A. Elbeltagi and I. Elsetouhi, A).
(2015) “Intellectual capital and Innovation: Is Organizationalcapital a Missing Link in the Service Sector?” International Journal of Innovation Management DOI: 10.1142/S1363919615500206 (with Elsetouhi et al)
(2015), "Regional Trade Agreements and DevelopingCountries’ Trade Performance: Evidence from Algeria and theEuropean Union Association Agreement," Journal of North African Research in Business, Vol. 2015 (2015), Article ID 143938,DOI: 10.5171/2015.143938 (Jones et al)
Haddoud, M., Onjewu, A., Jones, P. and Newbery, R. (2017) Do Export Promotion Programmes reduce SMEs export barriers? Evidence from North Africa, 40th Institute for Small Business and Entrepreneurship conference, Europa Hotel, Belfast, Northern Ireland, UK, 8-9th November. ISBN: 978-1-900862-30-1.
Haddoud, M., Jones, P. and Newbery, R. (2017) A configuration approach to explain SMEs’ export entry, Global Innovation and Knowledge Academy annual conference, ISEG Lisbon, Portugal.
Nowinski, W and Haddoud (2017) Inspiring Role Models, Entrepreneurial Self-efficacies and Entrepreneurial Intentions, Global Innovation and Knowledge Academy annual conference, ISEG Lisbon, Portugal.
Haddoud, M., Jones, P. and Newbery, R. (2016) Recipes to promote new exporters in developing countries: a configuration approach to managerial success factors, 39th Institute for Small Business and Entrepreneurship conference, Novotel Tour Eiffel, Paris, France 26th-28th October. ISBN - 978-1-900862-29-5. (Best Paper Award).
Alammari, K., Newbery, R., Beaumont, E. and Haddoud, M. (2015) Bridging Entrepreneurial Intention Action Gap; The Role of Cultural Values and Self-Regulation. 39th Institute for Small Business and Entrepreneurship conference, Novotel Tour Eiffel, Paris, France 26th-28th October. ISBN - 978-1-900862-29-5. (Shortlisted for Best Paper Award).
Haddoud, M., Beynon, M., Jones, P. and Newbery, R. (2016) Firms Resources and Export Propensity: a cluster analysis approach to inform export promotion policy, 39th Institute for Small Business and Entrepreneurship conference, Novotel Tour Eiffel, Paris, France, 26th-28th October. ISBN - 978-1-900862-29-5.
Nowiński, W and Haddoud, M.Y. (2016). Inspiring role models and student entrepreneurial intentions. 8th International Scientific Conference ENTRE 2016. Entrepreneurship and Beyond. Krakow (Poland), April 2016.
Haddoud, M. Y., Jones, P. and Newbery, R.(2015) ,Going and staying abroad, what matters?Evidence from developing countries. Institute of Small Business and Entrepreneurship (ISBE), Glasgow, November 2015
Haddoud, M.Y., Jones, P. and Newbery, R. (2015) The role of government in increasing SMEs regularity in Exporting, British Academy of Management Conference, University of Portsmouth, Portsmouth, 8-10th September, Paper Number: 211 ISBN: 978-0-9549608-8-9.
Haddoud, M. Y., Jones, P. and Newbery, R.(2015), The determinants of firms' export behaviour and the role of export assistance: A comprehensive approach using evidence from a developing country. Consortium for International Marketing Research, Vienna, May 2015
Haddoud, M. Y., Jones, P. and Newbery, R.(2015) Initiating firms to export: Exploring the role of government’sassistance using evidence from UK and Algeria. Euram 2015, Warsaw, Poland,17-20 June 2015.
Alammari, K., Newbery, R., Beaumont, E. and Haddoud, M. (2015) Modelling the effect of mind-set on the Entrepreneurial Intentions in Saudi Arabia, Regional Studies Conference, Sheffield
Haddoud, M. Y., Jones, P. and Newbery, R.(2014) The impact of Government Export Promotion programmes on firms’ exportperformance and initiation: The case of the UK, Institute of Small Business andEntrepreneurship (ISBE), Manchester, October 2014 (Best Paper Awards).
Haddoud, M. Y., Jones, P. and Newbery, R.(2014) Export Promotion Programmes: How do they work? Plymouth PostgraduateSymposium 2014, Plymouth, 2nd of July 2014.
Haddoud, M. Y., Jones, P. and Newbery, R.(2104) Regional Trade Agreements and International Trade Performance: evidencefrom Algeria and the European Union Association Agreement, Emerging Themes inBusiness 2014 conference, City Campus, Newport, University of South Wales, 2ndMay, pp. 78-82. ISSN: 2049-2937.
Haddoud, M. Y., Jones, P. and Newbery, R.(2014) The Impact of government export promotion programmes on SMES’ exportperformance: evidence from UK exporters, Emerging Themes in Business 2014conference, City Campus, Newport, University of South Wales, 2nd May, pp.95-99. ISSN: 2049-2937.
Haddoud, M. Y., Salmon, K., Jones, P. andNewbery, R. (2013) The impact of Regional Trade Agreements on North Africancountries’ foreign trade and economic welfare, evidence from Algeria and theEuropean Union Association Agreement, Regional Studies Association EuropeanConference, University of Tampere, Finland, 5th-8th May. ISBN:978-1-897721-44-5