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Mariya Eranova

Mariya Eranova MSc, PHD

Mariya Eranova

Mariya Eranova
MSc, PHD

Lecturer in Strategic Management

Department of Systems Management and Strategy

Business School

Mariya graduated in Oriental Studies at Novosibirsk State University in Russia. Before joining the University of Greenwich as a Lecturer in Strategic Management, she spent eight years in China working and doing her research. She worked as a director of representative office of a Russian company in China and was responsible for establishing a quality control system, negotiating with local suppliers, placing and controlling orders at factories. She did her Masters in International Business at the University of Nottingham Ningbo, China, and recently completed her PhD programme in Strategy there. Mariya is fluent in Chinese and Russian.

Responsibilities within the university:

Teaching at undergraduate (Managing Strategy, Introduction to Business Processes) and postgraduate levels (Global Strategy).

Teaching and administrative activities

MPhil/PhD supervision

Strategy, strategy-as-practice, decision making, paradox, China, East-West differences

Eranova, M. and Prashantham, S. (2014). "Decision-making process: conceptualizing how Chinese and Western managers differ". The 74th Annual Meeting of the Academy of Management (AoM), Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, USA.

Eranova, M. and Prashantham, S. (2015). "Contingency- versus paradox-based responses to strategic decision-making tensions". Annual Meeting of the European Group for Organizational Studies (EGOS), Athens, Greece.

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