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Suthinee Mongkol

k0941883@kingston.ac.uk
Doctoral Topic:
The Role of Interorganisational Networks in Foreign Market Exploitation by SMEs: A Case Study of Thailand’s Food SMEs
Area of Interest:
Networks, Export, SME

Doctoral Thesis

Year of Study:
2
Doctoral Title:
The Role of Interorganisational Networks in Foreign Market Exploitation by SMEs: A Case Study of Thailand’s Food SMEs
Supervisors:
Professor Robert Blackburn, Professor David Smallbone

Doctoral Details

The purpose of this research is to investigate the role of inter-organisational networks in foreign market exploitation by Thai SMEs. In particular, how the structural characteristics of Thai food SMEs’ inter-organisational network affect foreign market identification and exploitation. A qualitative case study approach is employed for this study which includes 15 cases. Data will be collected by using face to face semi-structured interviews and documentation. Qualrus software will be used to analyze and report data.

Education and Work History

Degrees:
MSc (Management and Business Studies Research), M.Comm (International Business), BSc (Accounting)

Work Experience

Lecturer, Credit Analyst

Publications and Academic Achievements