|Course level||Beginner Bachelor, open to PhD staff and professionals|
|Session 1||6 July to 20 July 2019
|Recommended course combination||Session 2: The Heart of Capitalism: Amsterdam 1600-Present, New Venture Creation and Entrepreneurship|
Session 3: Foundations of Strategy, New Venture Creation and Entrepreneurship
|Co-ordinating lecturer||Dr Oli Mihalache
|Form(s) of tuition||Lectures, excursions, discussions, group work, videos|
|Form(s) of assessment||Individual test and group project|
Dr Oli Mihalache is an Associate Professor of International Business. He obtained a Bachelor’s degree in Commerce and Finance from the University of Toronto (2006) and an MPhil and PhD in Strategic Management from Erasmus University Rotterdam (2009 and 2012). His research focuses on understanding how companies leverage the international context to improve their competitiveness. His work has been published in top academic journals including Decision Sciences, Journal of Management Studies, Organization Studies, Strategic Entrepreneurship Journal, and Strategic Management Journal. Dr Mihalache is the coordinator of the International Management Master’s Programme and teaches graduate courses in International Management and the International Consulting Project.