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Bingbing Ge

Teaching Fellow, Research Student

Bingbing Ge

The Management School



Research Interests

My research interests lie in the field of family business. In particular, I adopt a process- and practice-based perspective to explore differences in meaning-taking and meaning-making among key stakeholders, especially between generations. Currently, I am using qualitative methods to research on strategic use of history in family businesses.

Research Grants

2019                 RADMA Ph.D Project Scholarship

2018                 NARTI Scholarship for VI Edition AIDEA Capri Summer School

2018                 LUMS Conference Funding

2017                 Lancaster University Student One-off Funding

2016-2019        RADMA Ph.D. scholarship

Current Teaching

Postgraduate courses:

ENSI509/521: Family Business Management

Undergraduate courses:

ENSI314: Family Business

ENSI210: Entrepreneurial Mindset

ENSI207: Entrepreneurship: Discovery and Practice

ENSI101: Entrepreneurship: Key Debates and Concepts

Professional Role

Academic Advisor for LUMS UG Consortial Program (Year 3)

Academic Support for Admission/recruitment/conversion/outreach


Certification - Associate Fellow (AFHEA), The Higher Education Academy, UK Professional Standards Framework.

Contact me

Centre for Family Business

Department of Entrepreneurship Strategy and Innovation
Lancaster University Management School

A:   C88, Lancaster University Management School, Lancaster, LA1 4YX

T:   +44 (0) 1524 594049

E:   b.ge1@lancaster.ac.uk

LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/in/bingbing-ge/

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