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Kamran Razmdoost is Dean of ESCP Business School, London Campus (UK). Kamran is a member of ESCP’s European Executive Committee, leads London campus senior management team and is reponsible for the strategic development of the campus. He also acts as Managing Director of the School’s Corporate Services Board, responsible for executive education provision to leading multinational businesses.

Kamran joined ESCP Business School in 2017 as an Associate Professor of Marketing. He acted as the Director of MSc in Marketing and Creativity, ranked the 5th marketing master globally. Prior to joining ESCP, Kamran was a Lecturer and Researcher (Assistant Professor) at University College London where he was the Deputy Director of MSc in Strategic Management of Projects and engaged with a range of business and management teaching, research and consulting activities in the context of built environment. Kamran holds a PhD in Marketing from Cranfield School of Management and completed his MSc in Strategic Marketing at Cranfield School of Management, MBA at Sharif University of Technology and BSc in Mechanical Engineering at KNT University of Technology.

Kamran’s research is broadly focused on the emergence of service ecosystems through institutional change. Conceptually he looks at the dynamics of boundaries in such emergence and empirically he has been investigating business relationships, more recently with a focus on social enterprise-corporate relationships. Kamran has a strong network of collaborator across the UK and globally. He has taught consumer value, brand activism and strategic marketing on a number of postgraduate and executive development programmes.

Prior to his academic career, Kamran acted as project risk manager, contract negotiator, management system auditor, project manager, department head and health and safety engineer mainly in the Oil, Gas and Petrochemical sector.

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Academic Articles

2021

ALINAGHIAN, L., J. QIU, K. RAZMDOOST

The Role of Network Structural Properties in Supply Chain Sustainability: A Systematic Literature Review and Agenda for Future Research

SUPPLY CHAIN MANAGEMENT: AN INTERNATIONAL JOURNAL, 26(2), 192-211

Academic Articles

2021

ALINAGHIAN, L., K. RAZMDOOST

How do social enterprises manage business relationships? A review of the literature and directions for future research

JOURNAL OF BUSINESS RESEARCH, 136, 488-498

Academic Articles

2020

RAZMDOOST, K., L. ALINAGHIAN, C. LINDER

New venture formation: A capability configurational Aapproach

JOURNAL OF BUSINESS RESEARCH, 113(5), 290-302

Academic Articles

2020

RAZMDOOST, K., L. ALINAGHIAN, E. KUTSCH

Unanticipated Practice Disruption: Experiencing Purgatory

ADVANCES IN CONSUMER RESEARCH, 48

Academic Articles

2019

RAZMDOOST, K., L.ALINAGHIAN, H.SMYTH

Multiplex Value Cocreation in Unique Service Exchanges

JOURNAL OF BUSINESS RESEARCH, 96, 277-286

Academic Articles

2019

RAZMDOOST, K., H.SMYTH, G.MILLS

Service innovation through linking design, construction and asset managemen

BUILT ENVIRONMENT PROJECT AND ASSET MANAGEMENT, 19 (1), 80-86

Academic Articles

2018

ALINAGHIAN, L., K.RAZMDOOST

How do network resources affect firms’ network-oriented dynamic capabilities?

INDUSTRIAL MARKETING MANAGEMENT, 71, 79-94

Academic Articles

2018

REZAEE VESSAL, S., K.RAZMDOOST

The Effect of Social Exclusion Intensity and Consumers’ Overconfidence on Social-Oriented and Self-Oriented Behaviors

EUROPEAN ADVANCES IN CONSUMER RESEARCH, 11, 132-133

Conference Proceedings

2017

BADI, S., K.RAZMDOOST, N.MURTAGH

Sustainable Service ecosystems: Built Environment and Carbon Emission

Naples Forum on Service

Academic Articles

2016

RAZMDOOST, K., G.MILLS

Towards a service-led relationship in project-based firms

CONSTRUCTION MANAGEMENT AND ECONOMICS, 34(4-5), 317-334