Stratos Ramoglou

Associate professor, University of Southampton

Stratos is an Associate Professor at the University of Southampton. Stratos joined Southampton in September 2013, just before submitting his doctoral dissertation at the University of Cambridge. In addition to a PhD he holds an MPhil in Management Research (from Cambridge), an MA in Organisation Studies (from Warwick) and a BSc in Economics (from Aristotle University).

Selected publications:

Ramoglou, S. & Tsang, E. W. K. 2016. A realist perspective of entrepreneurship: Opportunities as propensities. Academy of Management Review, 41(3): 410-434.

Ramoglou, S. & Zyglidopoulos, S. C. 2015. The constructivist view of entrepreneurial opportunities: A critical analysis. Small Business Economics, 44(1): 71-78.

Ramoglou, S. 2013. Who is a “non-entrepreneur”? Taking the “others” of entrepreneurship seriously. International Small Business Journal, 31(4): 432-453.

Ramoglou, S. 2013. On the misuse of realism in the study of entrepreneurship. Academy of Management Review, 38(3): 463-465.

Ramoglou, S. 2013. Philosophy as undogmatic procedure: Is perfect knowledge good enough? Philosophy of Management, 12(1): 7-15.

Experience

  • 2016–present
    Associate professor, University of Southampton
  • 2013–2016
    Lecturer, University of Southampton

Education

  • 2014 
    University of Cambridge, PhD
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