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Dr Kamran Razmdoost
Tel: 0203 108 3141
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  • Honorary Senior Research Associate
  • The Bartlett School of Sustainable Construction
  • Faculty of the Built Environment

Kamran is a lecturer in enterprise management. He joined UCL, the Bartlett School of Construction and Project Management as a research associate in project enterprise marketing in 2014. Kamran has done a PhD in Marketing at Cranfield School of Management. His PhD research aims to investigate the effect of customers’ overconfidence and under-confidence on their experience of using a product or service (or customer value). Kamran completed an MRes in Management Research and MSc in Strategic Marketing, both at Cranfield School of Management. Before joining UCL, Kamran has consulted Flubit (an online retailer) on their data analysis and has lectured management related courses. Before moving to the UK, Kamran worked in the oil, gas and petrochemical industry in Iran for over seven years. He played different roles in the industry such as project risk management leader, contract manager, project coordinator, design engineer and management consultant. He gained an MBA at Sharif University of Technology and completed a BSc in Mechanical Engineering at KNT University of Technology, both based in Tehran. 

Research Summary

I am interested in studying marketing aspects of project enterprises. In particular, my research aims to explain the nature of project exchange and the way value is (co-) created in projects. The project itself informs the way we look at marketing phenomenon and creates a thinking platform to explain customer-provider interactions. The uniqueness of projects is core in my research. In addition, I am also investigating the role of knowledge and its dimensions in consumer decision making and use behaviour.

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