Dr. Kautsar Ramli is a ‘pracademic’, an academic with an entrepreneurial background. Kautsar’s research interests are mainly within the fields of business management and entrepreneurship, and their implications to policy and practice. She works a lot with world-renowned scholars in examining enterprise policy and culture, business resilience during a crisis, and the social aspects of entrepreneurship.
Kautsar graduated from The University of Leeds and was awarded the Dean’s Prize for her achievement in PhD in 2020. She is currently a postdoctoral research associate at The University of Bristol for a UK Research and Innovation-funded research, The BAM project, a transdisciplinary collaborative research project that brings together world-leading researchers from Engineering and Business, 300+ industry leaders, and industry/government initiatives in the United Kingdom. She previously worked at The University at Edinburgh for The ERICC project, researching the impact of COVID-19 on British high-growth firms.
Kautsar has been invited as a speaker in various international conferences and forums, targetted for both academics and practitioners. She also teaches Entrepreneurship modules and is interested in working in other multidisciplinary areas surrounding practical impact of entrepreneurship including Psychology and Engineering.
Kautsar has been endorsed as an Exceptional Promise by The British Academy for her academic performance in 2021.
Access her ORCiD record here: https://orcid.org/0000-0001-5831-1440