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Natalya Radko

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  • Designing and Testing New Entrepreneurial University Concept (Case of the United Kingdom and Kazakhstan)

Natalya Radko is a Henley Business School PhD student in the department of Leadership, Organisations and Behaviour.

Natalya's research activity is focused on studying the university as a key stakeholder of entrepreneurial society, as well as the role universities can play in the process of knowledge transfer. Her research interests include the development of entrepreneurial universities considering different stakeholders for the knowledge spillover of entrepreneurship. Her emphasis is on the process of how universities can work together with relevant actors, including authorities and business. She studies entrepreneurial ecosystems around the university, applying both stakeholder theory approach and knowledge spillover theory of entrepreneurship.

In addition to being a teaching assistant at Henley Business School, as part of her PD scholarship, Natalya is a manager within the Creative Spark: Higher Education Enterprise Programme. This is a five-year British Council initiative to support partnerships to develop enterprise skills and creative economy across seven countries in Central Asia and South Caucasus. Natalya is also the PhD student representative for Leadership, Organisations and Behaviour.

In 2013 Natalya earned an MS in Public Administration (Distinction) at the Kazakh Economic University, Kazakhstan.