dr. B.H. Hoorani (Bareerah Hafeez)

Universitair docent - Methoden

dr. B.H. Hoorani (Bareerah Hafeez)

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Dr. Bareerah Hafeez Hoorani is an Assistant Professor of Qualitative empirical methods at the Nijmegen School of Management, and is currently working with the Research Methods group. Her work focuses on qualitative methods, by addressing important research considerations such as rigor, case study design, selection strategies, theorizing and the role of time. Beyond her methodological research, she is also interested in understanding organizational identities and their role in crisis recovery, and is passionate about using methodologies to addressing 'grand challenges'.
Her work was published in Journal of World Business, PLOS One, Journal of Informetrics and Scientometrics. She has also co-authored a book on qualitative case study research, which will be published by Cambridge University Press in 2023. She has presented her work at reputable management conferences (e.g. at the British Academy of Management, Academy of Management, European Academy of Management).
For her research she has received several awards. She has been recipient of best full paper awards three times (1. research methodology track at British Academy of Management 2018, 2. research methodology track at British Academy of Management 2021 and 3. Identity track at British Academy of Management 2021), and her paper was also nominated for the PhD prize award at Strategic Management Society 2020. She has received grants from the Swiss National Foundation, and the Shadowing grant from Università della Svizzera italiana (USI, Switzerland).
Apart from her research, Bareerah teaches and has taught courses on qualitative research at varied level. This includes teaching at the Summer School in Social Research Methods (The Netherlands) organized by the the MethodsNet, the Swiss Summer School in Social Science Methods 2019, and at the Fashion Communication Conference 2019 (Switzerland). Before joining Radboud University, Bareerah was a PhD candidate at USI where she graduated summa cum laude.