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Malik Faisal SaeedIndustrial Organization and Innovation
Faisal Saeed Malik studied Entrepreneurship & SME Management at Government College University, Lahore and completed his MS (MPhil) with the thesis titled “Industry, Academia and Government Linkages in Pakistan” supervised by Prof. Uzair Ahson.
Since 2008 he has gained experience in research, training and teaching at various Universities e.g., "Government College University Faisalabad" and "Government College University Lahore". Since 2011, he works as a facilitator and trainer for EDP (Entrepreneurship Development Program) where young entrepreneurs are encouraged to launch their ventures at "Government College University Lahore" and "Lahore University of Management Sciences (LUMS)".
Since October 2014 Mr. Malik is a doctoral student at "Chair of Industrial Organization and Innovation" and at "Jackstädt Center of Entrepreneurship and Innovation Research" at the University of Wuppertal.
Titel und Abstract des Dissertationsprojektes
Firm Performance, Internationalization and Terrorism in Pakistan
“Industry-University-Government Collaboration for Triple Helix Model in Emerging Economies: An Analysis of Entrepreneurial Journey of Pakistan” for a conference on Entrepreneurship, Innovation and SMEs “G-Forum” held from 4-6 October, 2017 in Wuppertal, Germany.
“The Impact of Bomb Blasts on Export Performance of Firms in Emerging Economies: Empirical Evidence from Pakistan” for an “Internal Seminar” held from 21-23 July, 2017 in Nordhelle, Meinerzhagen, Germany.
“The Impact of Entrepreneurial Ecosystems on Emerging Economies: The relationship of Industry-University-Government for Triple Helix Model in Pakistan” for a workshop on the topic of “Urban Startup Ecosystems” held from 18-19 July, 2017 in Bremen, Germany.
“Industry-University-Government Linkages for Triple Helix Model (THM) in Emerging Economies - Evidence from Pakistan” for a conference on the topic of “Economic, Technological and Societal Impacts of Entrepreneurial Ecosystems” held from 15 to 17 March, 2017 in Augsburg, Germany.
“The impact of Terrorist Attacks on the Export Performance of Firms in Emerging Economies – Empirical Evidence from Pakistan” for “Brown Bag Seminar in Business and Economics” held on 24 January, 2017 in Wuppertal, Germany.
“Industry and Academia linkage in Pakistan” for a “Doctoral Seminar” held on 18 September, 2014 organized by Prof. Dr. Phil Phan from John Hopkins University, USA.
W. Bönte, V. Procher, and F.S. Malik, “The Impact of terrorism on Export Performance of Firms in Emerging Economies: Empirical Evidence from Pakistan” Working Paper.
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