My main research focus is disadvantaged or under-represented groups in entrepreneurship, employment and innovation. Examples of such groups include women, refugees, youth/students, migrants or ethnic minorities or the low-income people. I study employment of disadvantaged people and how these groups sustain entrepreneurial/innovative actions from a macro or micro perspective. In addition, I study impact of innovative initiatives (e.g., microfinance, FinTech), targeted on such disadvantaged groups, to promote entrepreneurship and employment. I also study responsible innovation and ways which disadvantaged/under-represented groups could be incorporated into innovation journey.
- Bi Q., Collins J. and Ranabahu N. (2021) Entrepreneurial Dispositions, Time Horizons, and Context: Subtleties That Shape Entrepreneurial Intentions. Small Enterprise Research http://dx.doi.org/10.1080/13215906.2021.1929433.
- Ranabahu N. and Tanima FA. (2021) Empowering Vulnerable Microfinance Women Through Entrepreneurship: Opportunities, Challenges and the Way forward. International Journal of Gender and Entrepreneurship http://dx.doi.org/10.1108/IJGE-01-2021-0020.
- Ranabahu N. (2020) ‘Wicked’ solutions for ‘wicked’ problems: Responsible innovations in social enterprises for sustainable development. Journal of Management and Organization http://dx.doi.org/10.1017/jmo.2020.20.
- Ranabahu N., Almeida S. and Kyriazis E. (2020) University-led internships for innovative thinking: a theoretical framework. Education and Training 62(3): 235-254. http://dx.doi.org/10.1108/ET-02-2019-0031.
- Ranabahu N. and Almeida S. (2019) Creating Learning Communities through Flipped Classes: A Challenge, an Answer, or an Opportunity for Teaching Strategic Human Resource Management? International Journal for the Scholarship of Teaching and Learning 13(3) http://dx.doi.org/10.20429/ijsotl.2019.130303.