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Sara Gorgoni

Sara Gorgoni MA, PhD, HEA Fellow

Sara Gorgoni

Sara Gorgoni
MA, PhD, HEA Fellow

Senior Lecturer in Economic Sociology, Programme Leader, BA Hons Business Economics

Department of International Business and Economics

Business School

Dr Sara Gorgoni has been a lecturer at the Department of International Business & Economics at the University of Greenwich Business School since September 2010 where she teaches Managerial Economics and Business Economics. Before joining the university, Dr Gorgoni lectured in microeconomics, innovation economics and development economics in various graduate and undergraduate courses at various universities.

Between 2005 and 2008, Dr Gorgoni worked as a consultant and conducted research for the Food and Agriculture Organisation (FAO) in Rome, the World Bank and the United Nations Economic Commission for Latin America and the Caribbean (ECLAC) in Santiago, Chile.

Dr Gorgoni earned a PhD in Development Economics from the University of Roma TRE, Italy in 2009 and an MA in Political Economy at the University of Essex in 2005.

  • Course Leader, Intermediate Economics for Business and Managerial Economics
  • PhD supervisor
  • Programme Leader, BA Business Economics (from February 2014).

Dr Gorgoni is currently working on the international fragmentation of production by applying network analysis to trade and FDI data. She has already published research in this area, where her specialist capabilities in network analysis are making valuable methodological contributions (see Amighini and Gorgoni, forthcoming in World Economy), which are likely to be influential on international policy developments.

Dr Gorgoni has also conducted research on foreign direct investment from emerging countries, innovation networks, clusters of SMEs and global value chains.

, , and () . International Business Review. Elsevier Ltd.. pp. 680-691. ISSN 0969-5931 ISSN 0969-5931

and () . The World Economy. John Wiley & Sons Ltd.. pp. 923-952. ISSN 0378-5920 ISSN 0378-5920

and () . International Journal of Business Environment. Inderscience. pp. 159-178. ISSN 1740-0597 ISSN 1740-0597

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