Domnan joined Teesside University Business School in January 2020 and currently teaches across different modules in Economics, Entrepreneurship, Strategy and International Business. Other teaching and research obligations include supervision of research projects at both Undergraduate and Postgraduate levels.
Before his current employment with Teesside University, he lectured at the University of Huddersfield and University of Wales Trinity Saint David.
Domnan earned a Doctor of Philosophy (PhD) in Business and Management from the University of Huddersfield. He holds a Postgraduate Certificate (PGCert.) in Research Methods from the University of Huddersfield and a Master's Degree (MSc) in International Business and Management from the University of Bradford. Domnan's academic background is in Economics, with a Bachelor of Science Degree (BSc) from Babcock University. He is a member of the British Academy of Management, EMES International Research Network, Fellow of the Institute of Management Consultants and a Fellow of the Institute of Management Specialists. He has reviewed in 2017/2018 for the Academy of Management, the Academy of International Business and in 2021 Business Strategy and the Environment journal.
Domnan's research interest cuts across the fields of Strategy, International Business and Entrepreneurship; with particular interest are Organisational Structures, Dynamic Capabilities of Small and Medium Enterprises, and Social Enterprise. Of keen interest also are Corporate Social Responsibility and Corporate Citizenship within Emerging and Developing Economies. In his doctoral research, Domnan investigated the Institutional Environment's Influence on Social Enterprises' Development in Developing Countries. Domnan is actively engaged in research projects and activities shared within the academic community nationally and internationally.
Currently, Domnan supervises DBA, MBA, and MSc students.