Salma Soliman joined Middlesex University in 2013 as a lecturer in International Management. She has work experience in the sectors of education, financial services and FMCG. Before joining academia, she worked as a management consultant on different projects in the UK and the Middle East for clients in the private and non-for-profit sectors.
Ph.D. Human Resource Development
M.Sc. Research methods in Business Management
B.A. Marketing and International Business
Arabic (mother tongue)
French (basic knowledge)
Emerging market strategies (PG)
International Business Strategy (PG)
Strategic Management (UG)
Research interests include:
- Institutional theory and analyses of national business systems (and its extension to LDEs).
- Public policy and human development in the Middle East and North Africa region.
Conference contributions (unpublished):
– Soliman, S. (2014), Researching Egyptian business and society after the Arab Spring, World Congress for Middle Eastern Studies, Ankara.
– Soliman, S. (2010), Institutional theory and VET development in the South Mediterranean, World Congress for Middle Eastern Studies, Barcelona.
– Soliman, S. (2009), Institutional theory and VET development in Egypt, Annual conference of the British Society for Middle Eastern Studies, Manchester.
– Soliman, S.; Global Unions, Global Business: Global Union Federations and International Business; Richard Croucher and Elizabeth Cotton; Pambazuka News; 2009, 451 (Online) (Available from: http://pambazuka.org/en/category/books/59282)
Soliman, Salma and Papanastassiou, Marina and Mergos, George and Vedanthachari, Lakshmi Narasimhan (2017) The integration of Egyptian small farmers into agro-food global value chains: The role of MNEs in Egyptian agribusiness, the case of Heinz. In: Academy of International Business Annual Meeting, 02-05 July 2017, Dubai, UAE.
Soliman, Salma (2010) Institutional theory and VET development in the South Mediterranean: the Egyptian case. In: World Congress for Middle Eastern Studies, 19 - 24 July, Barcelona.
Soliman, Salma (2011) Institutional theory and the policy problem of vocational education and training and its development: the Egyptian case. PhD thesis, Middlesex University.