Faculty & Staff
Banu Özkazanç-Pan, PhD
Associate Professor of Management
Areas of Expertise
Gender and Entrepreneurship; International Business, Globalization and Management; Transnationalism
PhD, University of Massachusetts, Amherst, MA
MBA, Loyola College, Baltimore, MD
BA, Johns Hopkins University, Baltimore, MD
Professional Publications & Contributions
- Cetindamar, D. and Özkazanç-Pan, B. (Forthcoming 2017) Venture capital firms as impact investors, Business Ethics: A European Review
- Özkazanç-Pan, B. (Forthcoming 2018). “Contributions from Gayatri C. Spivak to organizational thinking”, in A. Pullen and R. McMurray (Eds.), Women Writers in Organization Theory: Morality, Ethics & Responsibility, Routledge/ Taylor & Francis Publishing
- Özkazanç-Pan, B. (Forthcoming 2018). “Seminal work in gender and entrepreneurship”, in G. Javidan, G. Guo, V. Gupta, A. Osorio, B. Özkazanç-Pan and D. Dutta (Eds.), Classics in Entrepreneurship, Palgrave Macmillan.
- Özkazanç-Pan, B. (2017). “On entrepreneurship and empowerment: Postcolonial feminist interventions” in C. Essers, P. Dey, K. Verduyn, and D. Tedmanson, (Eds.), Routledge Series on Critical Entrepreneurship, Routledge.
- Forthcoming 2018. G. Javidan, G. Guo, V. Gupta, A. Osorio, B. Özkazanç-Pan and D. Dutta (Eds.), Classics in Entrepreneurship, Palgrave Macmillan.
- Özkazanç-Pan, B. (Forthcoming 2016). “On entrepreneurship and empowerment: Postcolonial feminist interventions” in C. Essers, P. Dey, K. Verduyn, and D. Tedmanson, (Eds.), Routledge Series on Critical Entrepreneurship.
- Forthcoming 2018. E. Kelan, B. Özkazanç-Pan, H. Liu and A. Pullen (Eds.), The Routledge Companion for Gender, Work and Organization, Routledge/ Taylor & Francis Publishing.
- Clark Muntean, S. and Özkazanç-Pan, B. (Forthcoming 2016). Feminist Perspectives on Social Entrepreneurship: Critique and New Directions. International Journal of Gender and Entrepreneurship, 8(3)
- Özkazanç-Pan, B., and Calás, M. B. (2016). “Transnational approaches to diversity” in R. Bendl, I. Bleijenbergh, E. Henttonen, and A. Mills (Eds.), The Oxford Handbook of Diversity. Oxford, UK: Oxford University Press, pp.376-390.
- Özkazanç-Pan, B., and Clark Muntean, S. (2016). International high-technology entrepreneurs: Hybrid identities and entrepreneurial practices. Journal for International Business and Entrepreneurship Development, 9(1): 23-40.
- Clark Muntean, S., and Özkazanç-Pan, B. (2015). A gender integrative conceptualization of entrepreneurship. New England Journal of Entrepreneurship, Fall issue.
- Osorio, A., Donnelly, P., and Özkazanç-Pan, B. (2015). An entrepreneurial context for the theory of the firm: exploring assumptions and consequences. New England Journal of Entrepreneurship, Fall issue.
- Özkazanç-Pan, B. (2015). “Postcolonial perspectives on cross-cultural management knowledge” in N. Holden, S. Michailova and S. Tietze, (Eds.), Routledge Companion to Cross-Cultural Management. NY: Routledge, pp.371-379.
- Özkazanç-Pan, B. Forthcoming 2014. Postcolonial feminist analysis of high-technology entrepreneuring. International Journal of Entrepreneurial Behaviour and Research, 20(2), March issue.
- Özkazanç-Pan, B., and Clark Muntean, S. Forthcoming 2014. International high-technology entrepreneurs: Hybrid identities and entrepreneurial practices. Journal for International Business and Entrepreneurship Development, special issue on entrepreneurship and social-cultural contexts.
- Özkazanç-Pan, B. 2013. The elusive search for gender equality in organizations. September 24, 2013.
- Özkazanç-Pan, B., P. F. Donnelly, Y. Gabriel, and Özkazanç-Pan, B. 2013. Silencing the chaos: Untold stories of the field and beyond. Qualitative Research in Organizations and Management, 8(1): 4-15.
- Ozkazanc-Pan, B. 2012. Postcolonial feminist research: Challenges and complexities. Equality, Diversity and Inclusion: An International Journal, 31 (5/6): 573-591. DOI
- Ozkazanc-Pan, B. 2012. Publishing without betrayal: Critical scholarship meets mainstream journals. Scandinavian Journal of Management, 28: 209-217.
- Özkazanç-Pan, B. 2009. Postcolonial redirections in international management research & fieldwork. In J. Hogan, P. Dolan and P. Donnelly (Eds.), Approaches to qualitative research: Theory & its practical applications: 63-96. Cork, Ireland: Oak Tree Press.
- Özkazanç-Pan, B. 2008. International management meets ‘the rest of the world’. Academy of Management Review, 33 (4): 964-974.
Banu Ozkazanc-Pan is an associate professor of management and entrepreneurship fellow at the University of Massachusetts and examines diversity and inclusion in organizations and entrepreneurship. She is the recipient of a 2016 grant from the Ewing Marion Kauffman Foundation for her research examining the challenges and opportunities women entrepreneurs face in the St. Louis and Boston entrepreneurial ecosystems. Prof. Ozkazanc-Pan is currently working with the City of Boston's Women Entrepreneurs Boston (WE BOS) initiative, tech-start-ups, and entrepreneur support organizations to overcome barriers to inclusion. She has convened over one hundred stakeholders in Boston including policy makers, city officials, corporations, entrepreneur support organizations, and entrepreneurs to discuss findings from her research and make recommendations for achieving inclusion. Prof. Ozkazanc-Pan has been featured on local and national media for her work on gender and entrepreneurship and was the recent recipient of the best paper in ethics and entrepreneurship at USASBE 2017 for her research on inclusion in entrepreneurship ecosystems.
2007-2008, Lecturer, NYU Wagner School of Public Policy
2006-2007, Lecturer, Hofstra University School of Business
Managing Organizations, Organizational Analysis and Skills, Managing in the Global Economy, Organization Theory, Multicultural Management
Management in a global context, social and economic development and entrepreneurship activities, theorizing management and organization
2009, Beta Gamma Sigma, University of Massachusetts Chapter
2008, First recipient of the Stanley J. Young Award, University of Massachusetts, Amherst