Teaching staff on the Cambridge Entrepreneurship Masters

Lecturers at Cambridge Judge Business School are internationally recognised thought-leaders in entrepreneurship. Their areas of expertise cover the many varied aspects that entrepreneurship entails.

Below are the skilled professors, lecturers and other teaching staff for the programmes:

Alberto Feduzi

Management Practice Associate Professor

Director, Master of Studies in Entrepreneurship Programme

PhD (University of Cambridge)

Monique Boddington

Management Practice Associate Professor

Deputy Director, Master of Studies in Entrepreneurship Programme

Othman Cole

Management Practice Associate Professor (Finance)

PhD (University of Cambridge)

Jeremy Hutchison-Krupat

Associate Professor in Operations & Technology Management

PhD (Georgia Institute of Technology)

Stylianos (Stelios) Kavadias

Margaret Thatcher Professor of Enterprise Studies in Innovation & Growth


Yeun Joon Kim

Associate Professor in Organisational Behaviour

PhD (University of Toronto)

Shasha Lu

Associate Professor in Marketing

PhD (School of Management, Fudan University)

Kamiar Mohaddes

Associate Professor in Economics & Policy

Deputy Director of the Cambridge Executive MBA Programme

PhD (University of Cambridge)

Andreas Richter

Professor of Organisational Behaviour

PhD (Aston University)

Khaled Soufani

Management Practice Professor of Financial Economics & Policy

PhD (University of Nottingham)

Philip Stiles

Associate Professor in Corporate Governance

PhD (University of London)

David Stillwell

Professor of Computational Social Science

PhD (University of Nottingham)

Simon Stockley

Senior Teaching Faculty in Entrepreneurship

BSc, MBA (Aston University)

Patrizia Vecchi

Assistant Professor in Organisational Behaviour

PhD (Olin Business School, Washington University in St Louis)