Economics and Business

Antončič Boštjan

Boštjan Antončič is Professor of Entrepreneurship at the School of Economics and Business, University of Ljubljana. His main research interests include corporate entrepreneurship, entrepreneurial networks, entrepreneurial personality and international entrepreneurship. He has authored or co-authored seventeen books (fourteen of them in the area of entrepreneurship) and various scientific research articles. His papers were published in

Slapničar Sergeja

Sergeja Slapnicar is Associate Professor of Accounting within the University of Queensland Business School. Her predominantly experimental research focuses on the impact of management control, accountability and incentivising on managerial behaviour and decision-making (motivation, risk-taking, cognition). She has published in accounting, finance and psychology outlets. She held directorships and advisory roles in several public interest

Saksida Tina

Dr. Tina Saksida is an Associate Professor of Management at the University of Prince Edward Island in Canada. She obtained her Honours Bachelor of Science (Psychology) and Ph.D. (Industrial Relations and Human Resources) from the University of Toronto. Her research interests revolve around gender, racial, and age diversity at work and in business education, digitalization

Raškovič Matevž

Matevz moved to New Zealand in February 2018. Born in Slovenia, Matevz worked as Assistant Professor of international business at the University of Ljubljana, School of Economics and Business in Slovenia prior to joining Victoria University of Wellington. Since February 2019, he is the Director of the Postgraduate Programme in International Business at Victoria University

Fain Nuša

Nuša Fain is an Assistant Professor at Smith School of Business, specializing in entrepreneurship and innovation management. She completed her PhD in Mechanical Engineering with a focus on process management within innovative organizations at University of Ljubljana (2010). Prior to joining Smith School of Business, Dr. Fain was a lecturer at Strathclyde Business School (UK),

Drenik Andres

Andres Drenik is an Assistant Professor at Columbia University. Before joining Columbia University, he received a B.A. in Economics from Universidad de San Andrés (Argentina) in 2005, and a Ph.D. in Economics from Stanford University in 2016. His research is concentrated in labor economics and macroeconomics. He is currently working on projects about information asymmetries

Dolničar Sara

Sara Dolničar is a Professor in the Tourism Department at UQ Business School (The University of Queensland). Since her PhD, Professor Dolničar has worked to improve market segmentation methodology and refine empirical measures used in social science research. She has applied her work primarily to tourism, but has also contributed to the areas of environmental