Dr Harveen Chugh

Research interests

  • Psychological ownership
  • Entrepreneurial learning and unlearning
  • Escalation of commitment
  • University spinouts
  • The role of feedback in new ventures


Harveen is a Lecturer in Entrepreneurship and Strategy at the School of Management. She teaches New Venture Creation, Technology Entrepreneurship and Global Business Strategy. She has previously taught at London School of Economics & Political Science and Queen Mary University of London.


Harveen is a Consultant on projects for the NHS and World Bank with the Health Management group at Imperial College London.

Personal profile

Harveen received her PhD in Entrepreneurship from The Business School, Imperial College London. She has received several academic awards including a PhD Scholarship from the Gatsby Charitable Foundation, a British Council Scholarship for the International Exchange Programme for Young Scientists, an MSc Scholarship from the BBSRC, and the Westfield Trust Prize for Outstanding Academic Achievement.

She has mentored students entering the Entrepreneurs’ Challenge at Imperial College London and has also been on several judging panels including the Sustainability Challenge, the Royal Holloway MiniGrants for Enterprise competition and the Ideas Challenge at Imperial College.

She holds an MSc in Bioinformatics from Birkbeck College and a First Class Honours degree in BSc Biology with Business Studies from Queen Mary, University of London.


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