Dr. Riham Moustafa Hassan Moustafa is a professor of
entrepreneurship who began her career as a Teaching Assistant, before becoming an Assistant Professor in the
Business Administration Department, at the Faculty of Commerce, Helwan University.
Dr. Moustafa specializes in Public Policy and Entrepreneurship. In 2015, she earned her PhD in Public
and Urban Policy from the New School University
in New York; her dissertation was titled “Evaluating The Institutional Environment
A Cross National Study on Arab Countries."
In 2008, she earned her master's degree in International Studies from the University of Connecticut, with a thesis titled “Egyptian Women as
Entrepreneurs and Leaders." Dr. Moustafa also has another master's degree in Marketing and Strategic Management,
with a thesis titled "Evaluating the Competitiveness of Textile and Ready-made Garment Industry
in the Light of Trade Liberation Agreements." Her research and teachings include
entrepreneurship, public policy, strategic management (competitive strategies), and
management in transitional economies.
Other Current Positions:
Board Member, Committee for the Development of the
Sector of Cultural Affairs and Missions, Ministry of Higher Education.