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Nazila Wilson is a lecturer in enterprise and strategy programmes in Teesside University Business School, specialising in self-employment and regional development. She teaches on a range of modules across all the levels of the business programmes and the CMDA course.
In addition to her role as lecturer at Teesside University, Nazila has considerable industry experience in media, marketing and business development.
Nazila’s current PhD research is centred upon the field of entrepreneurship, exploring the intersection of self-employment and unpaid care.
Summary of Research Interests
Summary of research interests
- Unpaid care work
- Regional development
- Government policy
Research output: Contribution to conference › Poster
Research output: Contribution to conference › Paper
Research output: Book/Report › Commissioned report