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Nataliya Galan

Universitetslektor

PhD, Assistant Professor in Business Administration

Staff member at Division of Business Administration.

Conducts research in social sciences, economics and business, business administration.


Research area/research interest

Nataliya Galan's research interests have for years been centered on small and medium-sized companies and their learning, innovations, internationalization, collaboration with universities as well as other factors which contribute to firm growth. By and large, Nataliya is interested in how various actors (individuals, companies and organizations) can capitalize on and benefit from different assets which are or can be accessible to them.

Teaching/supervision

Nataliya mostly teaches at the Master Programme in International Business which she is the head of since 2015. She also does a part of her teaching in Marketing and Management at the Bachelor Programme in Business and Economics. She is a supervisor and examiner of Master and Bachelor theses in Business Administration.

Keywords

Small and medium-sized enterprises (SMEs), knowledge-intensive entrepreneurship, learning, internationalization, innovations, university-industry collaboration, networks, firm growth, high growth firms, new technologies, social media.

Publications


Adjunct professors at professional service firms: Just links between the industry and the academy or…?

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Adjunct professors at professional service firms: Just links between the industry and the academy or…?

The present study aims at contributing to the literature on university-industry relations by examining professional service firms’ motives and...

Crossing the Border in a Cross-border Region : The Role of Networks in Small Firms' Internationalization

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Crossing the Border in a Cross-border Region : The Role of Networks in Small Firms' Internationalization

Entrepreneurial learning in venture acceleration programs

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Entrepreneurial learning in venture acceleration programs

Purpose: This study aims to better understand entrepreneurial learning in the context of venture acceleration programs. Design/methodology/approach...

Internationalization by means of networks : A case study of small firms in a cross-border region

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Internationalization by means of networks : A case study of small firms in a cross-border region

This study aims at gaining a deeper understanding of the role of networks in internationalization of small firms originating from a cross-border...

Internationalization of small firms originating from a cross-border region : The role of social and business networks

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Internationalization of small firms originating from a cross-border region : The role of social and business networks

Firms’ small size is commonly considered as a disadvantage in internationalization (Jansson, 2007), which is mainly associated with the lack of...

Learning with LinkedIn : Students' perceptions of incorporating subject-related blogging in an international marketing course

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Learning with LinkedIn : Students' perceptions of incorporating subject-related blogging in an international marketing course

Purpose This paper aims to report the results of implementation of blogging within a LinkedIn discussion group in an international marketing course...

#metoo-management

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#metoo-management

För ett drygt år sedan inleddes #metoo-rörelsen, vilken påminner oss om att det finns brister i samhället även om allt ser bra ut på ytan. Mycket...

" One foot in industry, the other in academia " : Why professional services want adjunct professors as employees?

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" One foot in industry, the other in academia " : Why professional services want adjunct professors as employees?

Purpose The purpose of this paper is to examine professional service firms'€™ (PSFs) motives and benefits related to their engagement in knowledge...

Use of Social Media Based Assignments in Teaching International Marketing : Results and Reflections

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Use of Social Media Based Assignments in Teaching International Marketing : Results and Reflections

The paper describes the implementation of a social media based assignment (blogging in a LinkedIn discussion group) within an international marketi...

What happens after rapid growth? : A study of sustainable high-growth entrepreneurship in Sweden

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What happens after rapid growth? : A study of sustainable high-growth entrepreneurship in Sweden

Entrepreneurial high-growth firms contribute significantly to the economy by scaling up new innovative products, services, and business models as...