Dr. Evansluong's research interests center on immigrant entrepreneurship, integration, sustainable entrepreneurship and CSR.
Dr. Quang David Evansluong is a Senior Lecturer in Entrepreneurship at the Umeå School of Business, Economics and Statistics (USBE), Umeå University. He has been appointed qualified lecturer at USBE in 2021. Quang has been a Fellow of Higher Education Academy (HEA) since 2018.
His research interests center on immigrant entrepreneurship, the entrepreneurial opportunity creation process, social integration, diversity, sustainable entrepreneurship, digital entrepreneurship and sports entrepreneurship. Quang earned his PhD in Entrepreneurship in October 2016 at the Jönköping International Business School, Jönköping University in Sweden.
Quang is working on research projects studying (1) transnational immigrant family entrepreneurship and opportunity creation, (2) sustainable entrepreneurship and corporate social responsibility (CSR) in family firms, and (3) digitalization and digital migrant entrepreneurship and (4) coping and resilience strategies among street vendors entrepreneurs.
He is also a Visiting Researcher at the Gothenburg Research Institute, University of Gothenburg and was previously a postdoc researcher at Lund University School of Economics and Management. Between 2016 and 2018 Quang worked as an Assistant Professor/Lecturer in Enterprise Management at Bristol Business School, University of the West of England,the United Kingdom.
Quang is a native Vietnamese and has spent his entire adulthood living, studying and working in the US, UK, Canada and Sweden.
Quang has been teaching at both undergraduate and graduate level on different topics in entrepreneurship and organization studies such as venture creation, services and marketing, organization and leadership, project management and sustainable venture development and business planning. He has been in charge of designing course activities, giving lectures (both in large group as 250 students and small group as 40 students) and seminars, tutoring, correcting exams, design tools to monitor students’ progress and administration tasks.
In entrepreneurship courses, he created collaboration between the teaching team in business start-up courses, business support organizations and local companies to facilitate a local network supporting students.