Human Capital Analytics
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Dana Minbaeva's research on strategic international HRM, knowledge sharing and transfer in multinational corporations has appeared in such journals as Journal of International Business Studies, Journal of Management Studies, Human Resource Management, International Journal of Human Resource Management, Management International Review, International Business Review, Employment Relations, Personnel Review, European Journal of International Management, etc. Dana is on Editorial Board of Human Resource Management (Wiley).
Larissa Rabbiosi is an Associate Professor at the Department of International Economics and Management at Copenhagen Business School. She holds a Ph.D. from Politecnico di Milano, Italy. Her research interest lies in the relationship between a number of dimensions of organizational design (e.g., formal structures, coordination mechanisms, human resource management practices) and firm strategic processes and outcomes (e.g., international expansion, knowledge transfer, innovation). Her work has appeared in the Human Resource Management, Industrial and Corporate Change, Journal of International Management, Journal of World Business and Management International Review, among others.
Valentina Tartari is an assistant professor at the Department of Innovation and Organizational Economics at Copenhagen Business School. She holds a PhD in Innovation Management from Imperial College London, United Kingdom. Her research interests include: analysis of university-industry collaboration, technology transfer, economics and management of innovation, patent analysis and appropriability strategies, and analysis of social influence on individuals' behaviour. In her work she has extensively used and developed surveys. Her work has appeared in Research Policy, Industrial and Corporate Change and the Cambridge Journal of Economics, among others.
Wolfgang Sofka is an Associate Professor at the Department of Strategic Management and Globalization of Copenhagen Business School. His primary research focus is on how firms turn innovations into firm performance. This includes both the search for knowledge as well as capturing the economic returns. Apart from his academic publications, he has been active in working with industry partners and policy makers such as the European Commission or the German Association of the Chemical Industry. This research has resulted in important insights especially in the automotive and chemical sectors like the Competitiveness Report of the European Union or the innovation report of the German chemical industry.
Francesco Di Lorenzo
Tel: +45 38 15 33 55
Francesco Di Lorenzo is an Assistant Professor of Strategy and International Business at the Department of Strategic Management and Globalization at Copenhagen Business School. He holds a PhD in Management Science from ESADE Business School and a MSc. in Business and Administration from Bocconi University. Francesco’s research interests include: how innovativeness of individuals and organizations influence strategic decision making, the role of multiple organizational performances for strategic change, antecedents and implications of mobility of strategic human capital, inter-organizational knowledge flows and the role of corporate venture capital for startup development. His research is empirically developed primarily in the pharmaceutical industry. Before starting his academic career, Francesco worked as consultant for McKinsey&Co. and for Accenture on projects mainly in the areas of post M&A integration, financial product design, and organizational restructuring.
Tel: +45 3815 2941
H.C. Kongsted is a Professor at the Department of Innovation and Organizational Economics. Professor Kongsted holds an MSc in Economics from University of Aarhus and a PhD in Economics from University of Copenhagen. His current research interests include relationships between labour mobility and innovation, the impact of the mobility of university scientists on industrial innovation, and effects of recruitments on a firm’s propensity to conduct R&D that explores technological domains other than its existing knowledge pool.
Tel: +45 3815 2430
Allan Hansen is Professor (mso) at Department of Operations Management. Professor Hansen holds an MSc in Management Accounting and a PhD from Copenhagen Business School. His teaching and research evolves around performance measurement, evaluation and incentives in organizations. His research interests lie in advancing insight into the effects of performance management design and reward systems in organizations in terms of firm value, individual motivation, performance and creativity.
Diego is an Associate Professor at the Department of Strategic Management and Globalization at Copenhagen Business School. His research interests are broadly concerned with understanding how intra-organizational networks influence knowledge mobilization and individual level outcomes, how networks originate, and how they change over time. Diego holds master's degrees from the University of Venice and from Cambridge University. He received his PhD from LUISS University.
Assistant Professor, IESE Business School
Tel: +34 (0) 932 536 598
Solon Moreira is assistant professor in the Department of Entrepreneurship of IESE Business School. He has received a Ph.D. in Technological Innovation, Entrepreneurship and Strategy from Copenhagen Business School. He also earned an MPhil in Innovation, Strategy and Organization from the University of Cambridge. Solon' research focuses on the link between innovation and firm performance, trying to unravel the sources of persistent cross-firm heterogeneity in terms of capacity to innovate and generate ideas. In particular, he studies technology commercialization, appropriability strategies and mechanisms that enable or constrain external knowledge assimilation.
Phillip C. Nell, PhD.
Professor, Vienna University of Economics and Business
Associate Professor, Copenhagen Business School
Tel: +43 1 31336 4535
Prof. Phillip Nell is a Chaired Professor at the Institute for International Business at WU Wien. He is also affiliated with the Department of Strategic Management and Globalization at Copenhagen Business School. Phillip has studied Economics and Business Administration in Germany, France, and Italy. He received his doctorate and habilitation from WU Wien (Vienna University of Economics and Business). Before joining academia, he gained considerable industry experience as a strategy consultant with Roland Berger Strategy Consultants. Phillip Nell is widely experienced both in degree-course and executive education. Besides Copenhagen and Vienna, he has taught at ESADE Business School in Spain, Università di Padova, Universität Linz, and at VSE in Prague. His research interests are centered on the organization of the multinational corporation, the management of subsidiaries, and the strategic role headquarters play in large and complex organizations. His research has been accepted for publication in Strategic Management Journal, Long Range Planning, Journal of International Management, Journal of World Business, Management International Review, International Business Review, and Research Policy.
Tel: +45 3815 2550
Sara Vardi joined Human Capital Analytics Group in early 2015. Sara holds an MSc in Business Administration and Economics from Copenhagen Business School (Human Resource Management concentration) and a BSc in International Business and Politics also from CBS. Her research interests include strategic HRM, for example how to utilize analytics to help inform talent-related decisions or the use of pay and incentives in MNCs.
Iben Sandal Stjerne
Iben Sandal Stjerne joined Human Capital Analytics Group as Postdoc in August 2016. Iben holds a Ph.D. in Organization studies. Iben will mainly be working on a research project on better collaboration and optimization throughout organizational supply chains. The research is accompanying a project initiated by Confederation of Danish Industry (DI) aimed at strengthening cooperation in supply chains to increase productivity, by conducting a large number of specific optimization processes in various Danish manufacturing companies. Read more about the project here.
Tel: +45 38153337
Saskia Menke joined Human Capital Analytics Group as Project Manager in September 2016. Saskia is currently doing a MSc in Business, Language and Culture (Business and Development Studies concentration) at Copenhagen Business School and holds a BSc in International Business from Maastricht University, The Netherlands. Having spent a significant amount of time in emerging markets such as Mexico and Brazil, she aims at pursuing a career in economic development research with a focus on the role that human capital plays in it.
Tel: +45 38153337
Charlotte Heuser joined HCA Group as a Project Manager in July 2017. Last year, she graduated from her BSc in International Business at Maastricht University, in which her greatest interest and educational major focused on organizational behavior, human resources and strategy. Several stays abroad as well as first working experience drive her motivation to deepen and specialize her knowledge within Human Capital Analytics as well as her choice to pursue a MSc in Strategy, Organisation and Leadership at Copenhagen Business School.