Current scholars- Stanford

List of current scholars

Ekaterina Albats

Lappeenranta University of Technology (Finland)
ekaterina.albats@lut.fi

William Degbey

University of Turku (Finland)
william.degbey@utu.fi

Denis Iurchenko

University of Lausanne - HEC Lausanne (Switzerland)
denis.iurchenko@unil.ch

Dominique Kost

Oslo Metropolitan University (Norway)
domkos@oslomet.no

Stephanie Missonier

University of Lausanne - HEC Lausanne (Switzerland)
stephanie.missonier@unil.ch
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Ekaterina Albats

Institution Lappeenranta University of Technology (Finland)
Department School of Business and Management
Title Mrs.
Arrived 06.01.2018
Departs 08.31.2018
E-mail ekaterina.albats@lut.fi

Ekaterina’s research expertise lies in the fields of open innovation, university-industry collaboration and academic entrepreneurship. Currently Ekaterina is working in the INSPIRE project (www.inspire-smes.eu ) on leveraging open innovation in SMEs, in the UniBus project that develops a platform for university-industry collaboration and is a member of the Open Innovation Academic Network (www.oi-net.eu), which brings academics and practitioners together for building a curricular on open innovation.

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William Degbey

Institution University of Turku (Finland)
Department Turku School of Economics
Title University Lecturer, Dr. of Science (Econ. & Bus. Admn.)
Arrived 06.01.2018
Departs 08.31.2018
E-mail william.degbey@utu.fi

William Degbey is currently a lecturer in international business at the University of Turku, Finland. He has completed several consortium research projects on mergers and acquisitions (M&As), including Finnish companies such as Outokumpu, Kemira, Cargotec and Ruukki (TEKES and Academy of Finland funded projects). His current research projects include post-M&A integration, value creation in African M&As, customer and employee retention post-M&A, psychological ownership in M&As, business and diaspora networks in M&As, resilience in teams, and organizational ambidexterity. His articles have been published/forthcoming in Industrial Marketing Management, International Journal of Human Resource Management, Human Resource Management Review, Thunderbird International Business Review, Journal of Business and Industrial Marketing, Management Research Review, and other outlets.

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Denis Iurchenko

Institution University of Lausanne - HEC Lausanne (Switzerland)
Department Department of Strategy, Globalization and Society
Title Doctoral Candidate
Arrived 06.01.2018
Departs 08.31.2018
E-mail denis.iurchenko@unil.ch

I study equity crowdfunding, and, more broadly, the digitalization of entrepreneurial finance. Building upon organization theory, psychology and sociology, and, in particular, social movement framing and cognitive categorization theories, I analyze the emergence and evolution of equity crowdfunding and the mechanisms involved in investor decision making in equity crowdfunding context. Methodologically, I explore these issues using qualitative and quantitative methods

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Dominique Kost

Institution Oslo Metropolitan University (Norway)
Department
Title Associate Professor
Arrived 06.01.2018
Departs 08.31.2018
E-mail domkos@oslomet.no

Specialties: Leadership, Communication and coordination in virtual teams and distributed work, HRM,International education and work experience, variety of experience in the HR field: Employee researchand Assessment center, Language skills

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Stephanie Missonier

Institution University of Lausanne - HEC Lausanne (Switzerland)
Department Institute of Information Systems
Title Full Professor
Arrived 06.01.2018
Departs 08.31.2018
E-mail stephanie.missonier@unil.ch

Stephanie Missonier is full professor at HEC Lausanne in the Department of IS. She works on teamwork and especially on cross-boundary collaboration when addressing wicked problems in management (e.g., medical projects, new product development, team coordination, strategic management). Regarding the new way of group work practices, her specific interests are in designing a new type of artefact that help teams have more effective conversations. She bases her developments on the psycholinguistic theory of joint activity from Herb Clark (1996), the process of inquiry from Dewey (1929), and shared visualisation from Eppler (2007).