Current scholars- Stanford

List of current scholars

Henrikke Dybvik

Norwegian University of Science and Technology (Norway)
henrikke.dybvik@ntnu.no

Carina Hartmann

University of Mannheim (Germany)
hartmann@ifm.uni-mannheim.de

Mariia Kozlova

LUT University (Finland)
Mariia.Kozlova@lut.fi

Sebastian Krakowski

Stockholm School of Economics (Sweden)
sebastian.krakowski@hhs.se

Rikke Magnussen

Aalborg University (Denmark)
rikkem@hum.aau.dk

Arttu Malkamäki

University of Helsinki (Finland)
arttu.malkamaki@helsinki.fi

IOANNIS PAPPAS

BI Norwegian Business School (Norway)
ioannis.pappas@bi.no

Salvatore Perdichizzi

Univerisity of Bologna (Italy)
salvator.perdichizzi@unibo.it

Lisa Schmidthuber

Vienna University of Economics and Business (Austria)
lisa.schmidthuber@wu.ac.at

Taija Turunen

Aalto University (Finland)
taija.turunen@aalto.fi

Heini Vanninen

LUT University (Finland)
heini.vanninen@lut.fi

Jialei Yang

University of Oulu (Finland)
jialei.yang@oulu.fi
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Henrikke Dybvik

Institution Norwegian University of Science and Technology (Norway)
Department Department of Mechanical and Industrial Engineering
Title PhD student
Arrived 09.01.2022
Departs 12.31.2022
E-mail henrikke.dybvik@ntnu.no

Henrikke Dybvik's research areas are cognitive processes and factors influencing humans’ interactions with other humans, emerging technology, new products/services, particularly when these co-occur in real-life settings. Human-human interactions’ (people cooperating, not cooperating, influence, and/or bias each other) influence decision-making processes. Behavioral economics, with the ultimate goal of elucidating crucial cognitive, emotional, and neuroscientific factors underpinning behavior, actions, judgments, and decisions in human-human interactions occurring in social interactions, groups, creativity, collaborations, and non-collaboration. Topics of splendid teamwork, collaboration, communication, product/service design, and creativity.

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Carina Hartmann

Institution University of Mannheim (Germany)
Department Chair of SME research and entrepreneurship
Title M.A.
Arrived 09.01.2022
Departs 12.31.2022
E-mail hartmann@ifm.uni-mannheim.de

My research area comprises multi-methods organizational research on the grand societal challenge of immigrants’ economic inclusion via entrepreneurial endeavors. It deals with paradoxes in the social network of the entrepreneurship ecosystem and socio-spatial relationships of immigrant entrepreneurial diversity and knowledge spill-over. Besides, in a field experiment on the effects of entrepreneurial experiences in subsequent wage employment trajectories, I discuss the emancipatory capacity of entrepreneurship. Diary research completes the methodological set as a tool for non-standardized multi-modal process data on hard to observe phenomena in the founding process of immigrant and refugee start-ups.

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Mariia Kozlova

Institution LUT University (Finland)
Department School of Business and Management
Title Post-doctoral researcher
Arrived 09.01.2022
Departs 12.31.2022
E-mail Mariia.Kozlova@lut.fi

Short version:

Decision-making under uncertainty, corporate finance, behavioral economics.

Longer version:

Decision-making under uncertainty in various industry sectors, with a strong focus on renewable energy and climate change mitigation. Especially passionate about methodology development for understanding model behavior. The methods I am working with include investment valuation and real options approach, simulation and system dynamics, and multi-criteria decision-making modeling.

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Sebastian Krakowski

Institution Stockholm School of Economics (Sweden)
Department House of Innovation
Title Dr.
Arrived 09.01.2022
Departs 12.31.2022
E-mail sebastian.krakowski@hhs.se

Sebastian’s research interests include artificial intelligence, digital transformation, and strategic management. Specifically, he explores how digitalization AI impact organizational theory and applied strategy. His research uses varying methods and contexts to analyze how humans and digital technology interact in decision-making ettings and evaluate the outcomes in terms of performance and sustainability.”

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Rikke Magnussen

Institution Aalborg University (Denmark)
Department Department of Communication and Psychology
Title Associate Professor
Arrived 09.06.2022
Departs 12.15.2022
E-mail rikkem@hum.aau.dk

I am an associate professor in educational citizen science and digital learning design in STEM education at Department of Communication and Psychology at Aalborg University in Copenhagen. My main research interest is in: Green Transition of Education, Citizen Science and Open Data. My main expertice is in how digital learning design can open for new types of collaborative citizen science practice and innovation processes to change science education in school and science learning in in-formal settings outside school. I am particularly interested in citizen science and community driven research and how different types of communities can collaborate in solving the great scientific, technical or health related challenges in their local area.

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Arttu Malkamäki

Institution University of Helsinki (Finland)
Department Faculty of Social Sciences / Political Science
Title PhD
Arrived 09.01.2022
Departs 12.31.2022
E-mail arttu.malkamaki@helsinki.fi

My work focuses on the application of advanced network methods to the study of complex relational systems in politics and public policy - that is, relationships between political organisations occurring across multiple relational contexts, such as collaboration, communication, discourse, and other co-behaviours, which interact to produce various societal outcomes. I am currently interested in the potentially complementary role of environmental, economic, security, and health crises in social segregation that has been associated with numerous profoundly negative outcomes. With training in resource economics, I also look forward to setting up an international research agenda to address the Ecology of Games - decision making across seemingly unrelated political domains - that arguably contributes to the severity and social cost of wildfire.

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IOANNIS PAPPAS

Institution BI Norwegian Business School (Norway)
Department MARKETING
Title MR.
Arrived 09.01.2022
Departs 12.31.2022
E-mail ioannis.pappas@bi.no

I am Ioannis (Yannis) and I am a PhD student at BI Norwegian Business School. With my supervisors (Pr. Luk Warlop & Pr. Klemens Knöferle), I explore how different aspects of our culture (e.g., language, emotions, religion) influence our consumption patterns and business practices. For instance, in my dissertation, I examine how the comparative language proficiency between a buyer and a seller shapes economic outcomes, such as trust. In doing so, I draw from literature in psychology, economics, and organization studies.

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Salvatore Perdichizzi

Institution Univerisity of Bologna (Italy)
Department Management
Title Dr
Arrived 09.01.2022
Departs 12.31.2022
E-mail salvator.perdichizzi@unibo.it
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Lisa Schmidthuber

Institution Vienna University of Economics and Business (Austria)
Department Department of Management
Title Dr.
Arrived 09.01.2022
Departs 12.31.2022
E-mail lisa.schmidthuber@wu.ac.at

My current research draws on civil society organizations in and around cities and their contribution to society. In more specific, I am interested in nonprofit organizations’ use of business-like practices and the effects of a managerialist approach on organizations’ effectiveness in performing societal roles such as their role as ‘schools of democracy’. Further research areas comprise open and digital government, new forms of citizen participation, and public trust in the political-administrative system.

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Taija Turunen

Institution Aalto University (Finland)
Department Management Studies
Title Assistant Professor
Arrived 09.01.2022
Departs 12.31.2022
E-mail taija.turunen@aalto.fi

Taija is Assistant Professor of Design Management at Aalto School of Business, Department of Management Studies. Her research focuses on how organizations introduce something new to their portfolios, let it be new services, processes, business models or practices that deviate from what is common to that context. One stream of her research focuses on how these novelties impact on the organizational design, the second examines how change challenges the prevailing values, belief systems and norms that guide our everyday action.

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Heini Vanninen

Institution LUT University (Finland)
Department School of Business and Management
Title Dr.
Arrived 09.01.2022
Departs 12.31.2022
E-mail heini.vanninen@lut.fi

Heini Vanninen, D.Sc. (Econ. and Business Administration), is a Postdoctoral researcher at LUT University, School of Business and Management. Her research interests are interdisciplinary, covering areas related to international entrepreneurship, digital marketing (social media, influencer marketing) and organizing in the digital era.

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Jialei Yang

Institution University of Oulu (Finland)
Department Department of Marketing, Management and International Business
Title Ph.D.
Arrived 04.01.2022
Departs 09.30.2022
E-mail jialei.yang@oulu.fi

Jialei Yang is an Assistant Professor at the University of Oulu and a part-time project researcher at the University of Helsinki. She was a visiting scholar at UC Berkeley in 2019, sponsored by Professor Henry Chesbrough. Her research focuses on innovation management (especially innovation appropriability and open innovation). Her doctoral thesis, supervised by Professor Pia Hurmelinna-Laukkanen, addresses the dynamics in appropriating value from innovation and inter-organizational collaboration. She has 10+ publications including journals, conferences, and white papers. Her work was published in journals such as Research Policy and California Management Review.