Faculty and Instructor Profiles

Assistant Professor

Carlos Bazan

B.Sc. (civil engineering), MBA, M.Sc. (numerical methods), M.Sc. (business administration/finance), PhD (computational science)

Phone: 709.864.3437
Email: carlos.bazan@mun.ca
Office: BN-2019
Areas of Expertise

Entrepreneurship, Finance, Management Science, Small Business

Personal Profile

Dr. Carols Bazan is an assistant professor of technology entrepreneurship who is cross-appointed to the Faculty of Engineering and Applied Science. His research areas of interest are entrepreneurship, small business, technology transfer and commercialization, new product development, computational social science and innovation and entrepreneurial ecosystems. Dr. Bazan’s primary research work lies at the intersection of academia, innovation and entrepreneurship. It’s concerned with turning academic research outcomes into successful businesses (research mobilization); for example, via translational research and development.

Dr. Bazan studies and designs efficient and effective methodologies for translating basic and applied research outcomes into commercially viable products and services. His studies include identifying both best practices for successful technology innovation, transfer and commercialization, and barriers in the ecosystem that hinder the translation of university innovations into successful businesses. Outside of academia, Dr. Bazan has extensive C-level management experience in the for-profit and not-for-profit business contexts.

Honours/Awards/Accreditations
  • Former National Institutes of Health Fellowship, pre-doctoral fellow sponsored by San Diego State University
  • Former Fulbright scholar (graduate), sponsored by LASPAU/Harvard University
  • Former Institute for Ibero-American Co-operation scholar (graduate), sponsored by Spain's Department of Education
Research Highlights
  • Bazan, C. Effect of the university’s environment and support system on subjective social norms as precursor of the entrepreneurial intention of students (2022). SAGE Open; 1–20, DOI: 10.1177/21582440221129105.
  • Bazan, C., Shaikh, A., Gillespie, K., Rushat, T., Radeef, Y., Yap, S., Finn, C. Effect of the university’s entrepreneurial orientation on the academic’s entrepreneurial propensity. Industry and Higher Education (2022); 1–18, DOI: 10.1177/09504222221115954.
  • Mashhadi, A.S., Saady, N.M.C., Bazan, C. Predicting cost of dairy farm-based bio-gas plants: A North American perspective. Journal of Energy Systems (2021); 5(4): 365–375, DOI: 10.30521/jes.980467
  • Khurram, M., Bazan, C. ICT proficiency levels of Canadian business school graduates: Representations of graduates and employers. Journal of Business Administration Research (2021); 10(2): 73–87, DOI: 10.5430/jbar.v10n2p73
  • Datta, A., Bazan, C., Arnold, K.A. Effect of gender role identity on the entrepreneurial intention of university students. Journal of Small Business and Entrepreneurship (2021); (in press), DOI: 10.1080/08276331.2021.1981729
  • Bazan, C., Gaultois, H., Shaikh, A., Gillespie, K., Frederick, S., Amjad, A., Yap, S., Finn, C., Rayner, J., Belal, N. A systematic literature review of the influence of the university’s environment and support systems on the precursors of social entrepreneurial intention of students. Journal of Innovation and Entrepreneurship (2020); 9(4): 1–28, DOI: 10.1186/s13731-020-0116-9.
  • Bazan, C., Gaultois, H., Shaikh, A., Gillespie, K., Frederick, S., Amjad, A., Yap, S., Finn, C., Rayner, J., Belal, N. Effect of the university on the social entrepreneurial intention of students. New England Journal of Entrepreneurship (2020); 23(1): 3–24, DOI: 10.1108/NEJE-05-2019-0026.
  • Bazan, C., Datta, A., Gaultois, H., Shaikh, A., Gillespie, K., Jones, J. Effect of the university’s environment and support system in shaping entrepreneurial intention of female students. International Journal of Entrepreneurial Knowledge (2019); 7(2): 73–97, DOI:10.12345-0012.
  • Bouaoula, W., Belgoum, F., Shaikh, A., Taleb-Berrouane, M., Bazan, C. The impact of business intelligence through knowledge management. Business Information Review (2019); 36(3): 130–140, DOI: 10.1177/0266382119868082.
  • Bazan, C., Shaikh, A., Frederick, S., Amjad, A., Yap, S., Finn, C., Rayner, J. Effect of Memorial University’s environment and support system in shaping entrepreneurial intention of students. Journal of Entrepreneurship Education (2019); 22(1).
  • Bazan, C. ‘From lab bench to store shelves:’ A translational research and development model and methodology for linking university science and Engineering research to commercial outcomes. Journal of Engineering and Technology Management (2019); 53: 1–18, DOI: 10.1016/j.jengtecman.2019.05.001.