Lubna Rashid, Dr.
Dr. Lubna Rashid is an Associated Researcher in the Innovation, Entrepreneurship & Society Research Programme at the Alexander von Humboldt Institute for Internet and Society.
Lubna is a postdoctoral researcher at the Technische Universität Berlin at the Chair of Entrepreneurship and Innovation Management, (co-)leading research at the intersection of entrepreneurship, digitalization, sustainability and grand societal challenges. Her PhD research focused on the factors enabling entrepreneurial success in fragile countries, involving first-hand analyses in Syria, Pakistan, and Nigeria. She is primarily a quantitative researcher with experience in statistical methods and a passion for data science and machine learning. She plans to (further) incorporate theoretical perspectives from psychology, biology and computer science into her research.
Lubna was a graduate from the Jordan University of Science and Technology (B.Sc. in Biotechnology) and the Georgia Institute of Technology (M.Sc. in Health Systems) before having studied in Germany. She was born in Iraq and has spent years working with several activist groups, consultancies and social entrepreneurs across the USA, Europe and the Arab world. At HIIG, she plans to conduct research at the junction of entrepreneurship, artificial intelligence and sustainable outcomes in Arabic-speaking contexts.
Former Associated Researche: Innovation, Entrepreneurship & Society
Masmoudi, M., & Rashid, L. (2023). Determinants and Outcomes of Innovative Entrepreneurship in a Turbulent Context: The Case of Post-Revolution Tunisia. HIIG Impact Publication Series. Publication details
Rashid, L. (2021). The Case of Nature: Digital Ecocide – How do digital tech companies get away with unsustainable behavior? Digital Society Blog. Publication details
Lectures and presentationsSuccess of Fragile-Country Entrepreneurs
Hello Diversity Conference. Freie Universität Berlin, Berlin, Germany: 20.06.2019 Further information
Lubna RashidA refugee, a local, an entrepreneur. Where’s the difference?
EMEN: European Migrant Entrepreneurship Network Conference. The Hague University of Applied Sciences, The Hague, Netherlands: 20.06.2019 Further information
PanelsAUB: Women in Data Science Conference 2017. Stanford University, Stanford, California: 17.02.2017 Further information
Positive Outcome of Refugees (09.08.2017). TEDxTUBerlin
Artificial Intelligence, Research and Society (22.04.2021). Share your Zaka
Aligning Work and Purpose (01.04.2021). The Me-Suite Podcast