Emanuela Todeva

Prof. Emanuela Todeva


St. Mary's University
e.todeva@bcned.co.uk

London
United Kingdom

Biography

Formerly Reader in Comparative Business Development at South Bank Business School, Senior Lecturer in International Business Strategy at the University of Surrey and visiting academic at Canterbury Business School, The University of Kent, Prof. Todeva has worked in the fields of Organisation theory, Behaviouralism, Institutionalism, Globalisation and Co-evolution theory. She has published research on cluster mapping and internationalisation, global value chains, governance of innovation, cooperative business strategies, alliances, and the restructuring of business networks in transition economies and in the global health care. Her book on 'Business Networks: Strategy and Structure' has received a wide popularity among academics and business practitioners. Prof. Emanuela Todeva, is now a leading academic at the School of Management and Social Sciences at St. Mary's University, UK, and directing the BCNED research centre on Business Clusters, Networks and Economic Development. She is also a Visiting Professor at the University of Sao Paolo in Brazil and Senior Consultant to the European Commission, Institute of Prospective Technologies with commissioned work on evaluation of National Innovation Systems and Mapping of Global Value Chains.

Areas of interests in TH research

TH governance and intermediation; TH solutions for the Triple Crisis challenges (environment, banking and poverty alleviation); TH policy implementation through stakeholder practice; Business models for open innovation and industry/ market development; TH engagement, co-alignment and co-creation; Orchestration and eco-systems design

Areas of competence and expertise in TH research

TH governance and intermediation; TH solutions for the Triple Crisis challenges (environment, banking and poverty alleviation); TH policy implementation through stakeholder practice; Business models for open innovation and industry/ market development; TH engagement, co-alignment and co-creation; Orchestration and eco-systems design

Main works and publications

Research Monographs
Emanuela Todeva (2006) Business Networks: Strategy and Structure, New York: Taylor & Francis.

Journal Articles
Etzkowitz, H. and Todeva, E. (2013) ‘The Triple Helix as a Highly Charged Intellectual Enterprise’, Helice: The Triple Helix Association Newsletter, 2 (3): 8-11.
Rowlinson, M., Harvey, C., Kelly, A., Morris, H. and Todeva, E. (2013) ‘Accounting for Research Quality: Research Audits and the Journal Rankings Debate’ Critical Perspectives on Accounting, In Press, DOI: 10.1016/j.cpa.2013.05.012..
Todeva, E. (2013) ‘Governance of Innovation and Intermediation in The Triple Helix Interactions’, Industry and Higher Education, 27(4): 263-278.
Todeva, E. (2010) ‘Theoretical Tensions Between Regulation, Governance, and Strategic Behaviour in a Federated World Order’, International Journal of Social Economics, 37 (10): 784- 801. DOI: 10.1108/03068291011070453.
Todeva, E., Fu, Y. (2010) ‘Multinational Investment Projects and Foreign Direct Investment in the Petrochemical Industry in China’, Journal of Knowledge-based Innovation in China, 2 (1): 46-72. DOI: 10.1108/17561411011031981.
Rowlinson, M., Todeva, E., Harvey, C., Kelly, A., Keskinova, D., Morris, H. (2010) ‘Editorial: Business History in the UK Research Assessment Exercise’, European Business History Association, Newsletter Issue 31.
Meng Tao, Todeva, E. (2006) ‘Network Structure of Industrial Clusters: An Examination of the Electrical Equipment Cluster in China’, IEEE Conference Proceedings: ICMSE'06 International Conference on Management Science and Engineering, pp. 1139 – 1144. DOI:10.1109/ICMSE.2006.314203.
Todeva, E. (2005) ‘Governance, Control & Coordination in Network Context: The Cases of Japanese Keiretsu and Sogo Shosha’, Journal of International Management, 11(1): 87-109. DOI: http://dx.doi.org/10.1016/j.intman.2004.11.008.
Todeva, E., Knoke, D. (2005) ‘Strategic Alliances & Models of Collaboration’, Journal of Management Decisions, 43(1): 123-148. DOI: http://dx.doi.org/10.1108/00251740510572533
Todeva, E., Knoke, D. (2002) ‘Strategic Alliances And Corporate Social Capital’, 345-380, in: J. Allmendinger and T. Hinz (eds.) Kölner Zeitschrift für Soziologie und Sozialpsychologie, Organisationssoziologie, Sonderheft 42/2002: Westdeutscher Verlag. (Special Issue “Sociology of Organizations”, (edition in German).
Todeva, E. (2000) ‘Comparative Business Networks in Eastern Europe’, Journal of East-West Business, 6(2): 95-129. DOI:10.1300/J097v06n02_05.
Todeva, E. (1999) ‘Models for Comparative Analysis of Culture: The Case of Poland’, The International Journal of Human Resource Management, 10(4): 606-623. DOI:10.1080/095851999340297.

Book Chapters
Todeva, E., (2014) ‘Network Management and Governance’, in: R. Alhajj, J. Rokne (Eds.) Encyclopedia of Social Network Analysis and Mining, Springer, ISBN 978-1-4614-6171-5.
Todeva, E., Keskinova, D. (2013) ‘The Studies of Blogs and On-line Communities: From Information to Knowledge and Action’, in: Agarwal, N., Lim, M. and Wigand, R. (eds.) Online Collective Action: Dynamics of the Crowd in Social Media, Springer (ISBN 978-3-7091-1339-4).
Todeva, E. (2011) ‘Entrepreneurial Networks’, 260-263, in: G. Barnett (ed.), Encyclopedia of Social Networks, Sage.
Todeva, E. (2011) ‘Business Networks’, 95-98, in: G. Barnett (ed.), Encyclopedia of Social Networks, Sage.
Todeva, E. (2011) ‘Economic Networks’, 224-230, in: G. Barnett (ed.), Encyclopedia of Social Networks, Sage.
Todeva, E. (2011) ‘Cooperation / Coordination, 175-180, in: G. Barnett (ed.), Encyclopedia of Social Networks, Sage.
Todeva, E. (2008) ‘Strategic Alliances’, in: J. Bailey and S. Clegg (eds.), International Encyclopedia of Organization Studies, Sage.
Todeva, E. (2008) ‘Multi-divisional Form of Organisation’, in: J. Bailey and S. Clegg (eds.), International Encyclopedia of Organization Studies, Sage.
Todeva, E. (2008) ‘Co-evolution of Networks’, in: J. Bailey and S. Clegg (eds.), International Encyclopedia of Organization Studies, Sage.
Todeva, E. (2008) ‘Behavioural Theory of the Firm’, in: J. Bailey and S. Clegg (eds.), International Encyclopedia of Organization Studies, Sage.
Todeva, E. (2007) ‘Business Networks in China: Legacies and Practice’, in: S. Clegg, K. Wang and M. Berrell (eds.) Business Networks and Strategic Alliances in China, Edward Elgar.
Todeva, E., Knoke, D., Keskinova, D. (2007) ‘Clusters of Competencies in the Global Information Sector’ in: Uwe Serdült and Volker Täube (eds.), Applications of Social Network Analysis – ASNA 2005. Berlin, Wissenschaftlicher Verlag Berlin.
Todeva, E. (2006) ‘The Dynamics of Engagement and the Process of Partnering’, in: N. Gould (ed.), Engagement: Multi-organisational Partnerships, Alliances and Networks 2005, Exeter: Short Run Press.
Todeva, E. (2005) ‘Taxonomy of International Business Networks and Multi-national Business Relationships’, 53-68, in: T. Gossling, R. Jansen, L. Oerlemans (eds.), Coalitions and Collisions, Nijmehen: Willem-Jan van der Wolf.
Todeva, E., Ebbers, H. (2002) ‘Integration of the Post-Communist Economies of Central and Eastern Europe into the 21st Century World-Economy’, 81-102, in: W. Dunaway (ed.) Crises and Resistance in the 21st Century World System, Greenwood Press.
Todeva, E. (2000) ‘Typology of Business Networks in Eastern Europe: Comparative Case Studies’, 171-192, in: M. Hughes and J. Taggart (eds.) International Business & Its European Dimensions, AIBUK: Vol. 7, Macmillan Press.
Todeva, E. (1999) ‘Management in Bulgaria’, 184-192, in: M. Warner (ed.) International Encyclopaedia of Business and Management, Vol. 4: Management in Europe, International Thompson: Business Press Publ.
Todeva, E. (1999) ‘Financing Higher Education Reforms in the UK: An Institutional Analysis’., 201-211, in: S. Seeber and J. van Buer (eds.) Control of Educational Processes – Economic and Educational Perspectives, Studies in Business Education and Adult Pedagogics, Vol. 20 (2), Humboldt University, Berlin.

Short CV

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