Dr Lise Hunter
Lecturer in Operations & Supply Chain Management
Plymouth Business School (Faculty of Business)
Lecturer in Operations and Supply Chain Management
Roles on external bodies
Member of the Advisory Board for The Heart of the South West, South West Local Enterprise Partnership
Knowledge and expertise in international trade procedures, evolution of world trade and the main trading blocs, trade facilitation, paperless trade, global value chains.
Management Decision Making
Personal Tutoring and Employability
Although not an academic module, this is certainly an important part of my role. To help students understand that human capital is made of knowledge, skills and skills is essential. However, to explain that in real life attitude matters most and provides a leverage to make us who we are in a holistic sense is a privilege I value and a responsibility I take very wholeheartedly. It is equally important to help students recognise and develop skills that industry will need in the years to come so that they can make informed career choices and achieve the best of their potential.
My areas of interest include:
Entrepreneurship and Entrepreneurship Education,
Social Capital, Social Networks and Innovation
Transport corridors and trade competitiveness in eastern and southern Africa A working group is still in its formation stage.
Grants & contracts
2012, DFID, UK Department for International Development grant for a study on Entrepreneurship Education in eastern Africa
Wheeler, D., Kaijage, E., Hunter, L, Brown, S., Ochieng, D. and Abdelnour, S. (2012). Supporting Entrepreneurship in East Africa. A report prepared for the Department for International Development. Available at DFID
Hunter, L. (2011). The role of leadership in an interaction between social capital and innovation: a structural equation model. International Small Business and Entrepreneurship Conference, 09-10 November, 2011, Sheffield, UK.
Reports & invited lectures
Wheeler, D., Kaijage, E., Hunter, L., Brown, S., Abdelnour, S. and Ochieng, D. (2012). Supporting entrepreneurship education in eastern Africa. A report prepared for the Department of International Development. Available online at http://r4d.dfid.gov.uk/pdf/outputs/Misc_Education/Entrepreneurship-Education-East-Africa-2013%20.pdf.
Other academic activities
Deputy Programme Manager, BA in International Trade and Operations Management