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RADOYNOVSKA Nevena

Nevena RADOYNOVSKA

Assistant Professor

Nevena Radoynovska studies the organizational and institutional factors that contribute to, but also potentially alleviate, social problems - particularly various forms of inequality. Notably, her research examines how different forms of entrepreneurship and hybrid organizing are used as a means for achieving socio-economic change.

EducationTop

Kellogg School of Management | Northwestern University
Evanston, IL (USA)
PhD in Management & Organizations & Sociology (2018)
MSc in Management & Organizations & Sociology (2014)

Brown University
Providence, RI (USA)
B.A. in International Relations (2008)

AwardsTop

National Science Foundation Doctoral Dissertation Research Improvement Award (2016)

Best Doctoral Conference Paper, Academy of Management Public and Non-Profit Division (2016)

Northwestern University – Sciences Po (Paris) visiting exchange grant (2015)

International Dissertation Research Grant, Buffett Institute for International Studies (2015)

ExperienceTop

Since 2018
EMLYON Business School
Assistant Professor of Strategy & Organisations

Scientific CommitteesTop

Reviewer

Journal of Business Ethics
Long Range Planning
Organization Science
Organization Studies

ExpertiseTop

(social) entrepreneurship, inequality, hybrid organizations, institutional pluralism/complexity, qualitative methods

AssociationsTop

Academy of Management

American Sociological Association

EMES European Research Network

European Group for Organizational Studies (EGOS)

Society for the Advancement of Socio-economics

Courses taughtTop

Strategic Change Management (masters)

Research InterestTop

(social) entrepreneurship, inequality, hybrid organizations, institutional pluralism/complexity, qualitative methods