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Nathaniel Boso

Nathaniel Boso is an Associate Professor in Marketing at Leeds University Business School in the United Kingdom (UK), a Visiting Professor of Marketing and Entrepreneurship at Strathmore Business School (Kenya) and The University of Sydney Business School (Australia). His research focuses on the interface between international entrepreneurship, innovation and marketing management. His research has won multiple awards, including Best Empirical Paper Award at the 25th United States Association of Small Business & Entrepreneurship Annual Conference, and Nominee for 2014 Academy of International Business Haynes Prize for the Most Promising Scholar Award. His works have been published or forthcoming in leading scholarly journals such as the Journal of Business Venturing (FT 50 Journal and rated 4 in the ABS Journal Quality List), Journal of Product Innovation Management (rated 4 in the ABS Journal Quality List), Journal of Business Ethics (FT 50 Journal) and Journal of International Marketing (American Marketing Association Journal). He is a regular speaker at international conferences on International Entrepreneurship, Cross-cultural Management, and African International Business issues. Prof Boso sits on the editorial review board of International Marketing Review as an Associate Editor and has guest edited several journals and books on international business in Africa. His teaching interests include International Marketing Management/Strategy, International Entrepreneurship, and Advanced Research Methods. He is also a specialist educator in Structural Equation Modelling. He received his Ph.D. from Loughborough University in 2011, and is a Professional Chartered Marketer at the Chartered Instituting of Marketing, UK. 

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