Miss Sophie Lythreatis

Personal profile

Sophie Lythreatis is a third year PhD student. Her doctoral research draws on internal corporate social responsibility (CSR) and organizational identification in SMEs in developing nations, particularly the Middle East and North Africa (MENA) region.

Research

Teaching

EFIM10014: Quantitative Analysis in Management

EFIM10012: Global Business Environment

EFIMM0050: Digital Business & E-Commerce Management

Fields of interest

CSR, organizational identification, participative leadership, pride in membership, SMEs, MENA region




Latest publications

  1. Lythreatis, S, Mostafa, A & Wang, X, 2017, ‘Participative leadership and organizational identification in SMEs in the MENA Region: testing the roles of CSR perceptions and pride in membership’. Journal of Business Ethics.
  2. Lythreatis, S, 2015, ‘Cross-cultural Training: Its Effects on the Satisfaction and Turnover of Expatriate Employees’. SAM Advanced Management Journal, vol 80.
  3. Lythreatis, S, 2015, ‘The Moderating Effect of Performance on the Relationship between Ethics and Corporate Governance’. Journal of International Business and Economics, vol 15.

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