Bharati Singh

Senior Lecturer

Staffordshire Business School

I have 16 years of post-qualification experience in the diverse areas of Corporate, Investment & Global Banking with MNC banks and Corporate & Banking Finance with a leading Indian company.

In 2011, I joined a management institute in India as an Assistant Professor which led me to UK to pursue reading for a PhD which I have completed from The York Management School.

Course Leader for MBA, Business Management and Business Innovation and Entrepreneurship. 

Professional memberships and activities

UK Higher Education Academy (Associate Fellow)

British Academy of Management (Member since December 2014)

European International Business Academy (managed by EIASM) (Member since June 2015)

Centre for Evolution of Global Business and Institutions (CEGBI)

UK Higher Education Academy (Senior Fellow)

Academic qualifications

Non-Teaching Qualification:

PhD, The York Management School, University of York, 2017

MRes, The York Management School, University of York, 2013

MBE, School of Economics, Indore University, India, 1996

BA (H) Economics, Hindu College, Delhi University, India, 1994

Teaching Qualification:

The York Learning & Teaching Programme (2016)

UK Higher Education Academy Accredited teaching and training programme (20 credit Masters level – 1/3 of PGCAP)

Staff Development & Training:

Personal Tutor Training; Use of multimedia for the Classroom;

Partnership Training; Course Leader Development; Academic Link Tutor Training

Expertise

International Business, Strategy, Leadership, Corporate Governance,

Business Ethics, Business Economics

Global Business

Research interests

My current research work is focused on the strategic motivations of internationalization by emerging markets companies, within the framework of Strategic Management Theory. I have considered this topic using companies in the services sector from India. I chose this area given that outward FDI from emerging market economies has steadily increased over the past few decades. Additionally, I am keen to understand whether the rise of emerging markets multinational enterprises is consistent with existing international business theories, or whether there are new motivations developing.
ResearchGate: https://www.researchgate.net/profile/Bharati_Singh3

Teaching

Qualitative Research methods (L8)

Leadership and Strategic Management (L7)
International Strategic Management (L7)
Change Leadership (L7)

Strategic Management in Organisation (L6)
Role of Emerging Economies in International Business (L6)
Business Ethics (L6)

Business Decision Making (CMDA L5)
Global Business (CMDA L5)

Business Agility (L4)

Top 250 Young University

Times Higher Education Young University Rankings 2020

Top 15 for Teaching Quality

The Times and The Sunday Times Good University Guide 2021

Top 15 for Social Inclusion

The Times and The Sunday Times Good University Guide 2021

Midlands University of the Year

Midlands Business Awards 2020