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Chureerat Haq is a PhD candidate in the Asia Pacific College of Business and Law at the Charles Darwin University. She has been awarded a PhD scholarship under the Research Training Program (RTP) in 2019. Her research focuses on applications of digital business models through practical experiences of social enterprise operators and their stakeholders. Chureerat Haq holds a Master by Research degree from Charles Darwin University. She also holds a Master of Business Administration (MBA) in Management from Queensland University of Technology (QUT). Chureerat has published two peer reviewed conference papers and a book chapter.
· Haq, C., Bandias, S. E., Shah, F., & Sharma, R. (2022). Exploring Partnerships Between Australia and South Asia for Crowdfunding Social Enterprises: A Post-COVID-19 Strategy. In Strategic Cooperation and Partnerships Between Australia and South Asia: Economic Development, Trade, and Investment Opportunities Post COVID-19 (pp. 327-348). IGI Global.
· Haq, C., Vemuri, S. (2017), ‘Business models of social enterprises’, refereed paper presented at 43rd International Business Research Conference, 13-15 July, 2017, Ryerson University, Toronto, Canada.
· Haq, C., Vemuri, S. & Shah, F. (2014), ‘The role of socially-driven enterprise and the poor in poverty alleviation from a business model perspective’, refereed paper presented at the Eurasia Business Research Conference, 16-18 June, 2014, Istanbul, Turkey.
She is also a reviewer of the following book chapter:
Gurrib, I. (2022). Australia as an Enabler to Sustainable Indian Ocean Island Economies. In Strategic Cooperation and Partnerships Between Australia and South Asia: Economic Development, Trade, and Investment Opportunities Post COVID-19 (pp. 95-116). IGI Global.
Her current research explores applications of social enterprises in various contexts including business environment and culture. In her capacity as a Visiting Expert (an invitation-only position at Yunus Centre), Chureerat has been invited as a guest speaker at universities in Bangkok, Thailand and Dubai, the United
Arab Emirates. Topics included business ethics, corporate social responsibility (CSR) and social enterprises. It is important to highlight that Yunus Centre was found by Professor Muhammad Yunus, 2006 Nobel Peace Laureate and Professor Yunus is the founder of the Grameen Bank (Bank of the Poor) who pioneered the concepts of micro credit and until 2020 has created more than 50 socially-driven businesses.
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Project: HDR Project › PhD
Exploring Partnerships Between Australia and South Asia for Crowdfunding Social Enterprises: A Post-COVID-19 StrategyHaq, C., Bandias, S., Shah, F. & Sharma, R., Feb 2022, Strategic Cooperation and Partnerships Between Australia and South Asia: Economic Development, Trade, and Investment Opportunities Post COVID-19. Medhekar, A., Saha, S. & Haq, F. (eds.). 1 ed. IGI Global, p. 327-348 22 p.
Research output: Chapter in Book/Report/Conference proceeding › Chapter › peer-review
Business models of social enterprisesHaq, C. & Vemuri, R., 2017.
Research output: Contribution to conference › Conference paper presented at Conference (not in Proceedings) › peer-review
The Role of Socially-driven Enterprise and the Poor in Poverty Alleviation from a Business Model PerspectiveHaq, C., Vemuri, S. & Shah, F., 2014, Proceedings of Eurasia Business Research Conference. Melbourne, Australia: World Business Institute, 13 p. 424
Research output: Chapter in Book/Report/Conference proceeding › Conference Paper published in Proceedings › peer-review