Panel de revision editorial

Melodena has over 25+ years of corporate and academic experience, holding several leadership roles. She has a multicultural background having lived in India, USA, Taiwan, UAE and now Germany.

She works, teaches and researches in the areas of branding strategy, crisis management,  destination marketing and entrepreneurship. She is the Founder of the Academy of International Business – Middle East North Africa (established in 2009), which has contributed to the education and research agenda of the UAE and the region.

Primary Research Interests: Case study development for application of accounting to a myriad of situations; accounting for the motion picture industry; International Financial Reporting Standards; measuring impact of social investments for the extreme poor in the South Asia Region; micro-finace and empowerment of women

Pedagogical Interests and Expertise: Curriculum development in the fields of International business, accounting, and finance. -Firm level strategies in the global business environment, especially for small and mid-sized firms. -Offshoring/outsourcing. -Leadership strategies in unique situations. Pedagogical Expertise at both undergraduate and graduate levels: Financial and Managerial Accounting; International Accounting; International Management and Business Negotiating Cross-cultural Differences

K. Brewer Doran is Dean of the Offutt School of Business and Robert J. Johnson Endowed Chair in Economics and Business Administration at Concordia College in Moorhead, Minnesota.

Prior to joining Concordia, Dr. Doran was Dean of the Bertolon School of Business at Salem State University and Dean of the School of Business and Information Science at Lasell College.

A confirmed globalist, she has taught at a variety of universities across the world. In industry, she has held positions in sales, marketing, finance, strategic planning and consulting, as well as owned her own aviation and consulting businesses.

Dr. Doran holds an AB from Dartmouth College, an MBA from the Darden School at the University of Virginia, and a PhD from McGill University.

Maria Ekström holds a Phd in Economics with an emphasis on consumer culture and consumer marketing.

She defended her dissertation “Identifying the anonymous senior consumer in a marketing context” in September 2008 and has often been appointed as speaker within the context of our ageing society. She is currently member of the management committee in the Individuals, Societies, Cultures and Health COST Action IS1402 Ageism.

During the last two decades she has held positions as a marketing lecturer, e-learning developer (virtual university), information specialist/ pedagogic developer and project manager, mainly in academic institutions (Hanken School of Economics, Arcada University of Applied Sciences, Aalto University and Laurea University of Applied Sciences).

At the moment she is working as a principal lecturer at Laurea University of Applied Sciences, where she is responsible for a Master of Business Administration programme (Leading your company into growth).

Maria Ekström has an excellent knowledge of the following languages: Swedish, Finnish, English, French and German.

Colette Henry is Head of School of Business & Humanities at Dundalk Institute of Technology, Ireland, and Adjunct Professor of Entrepreneurship at UiT-The Arctic University of Norway. Her previous roles include Norbrook Professor of Business & Enterprise at the Royal Veterinary College, London, and President of the Institute for Small Business & Entrepreneurship (ISBE).

Colette is Editor of the International Journal of Gender & Entrepreneurship (IJGE). She has published widely in the areas of entrepreneurship education & training, gender, social enterprise, creative industries and veterinary business.

She is a Visiting Fellow at CIMR, Birkbeck, London, and was recently awarded the Diana International Research Trailblazer award for her work on female entrepreneurship. She is also the 2017 recipient of the Sten K Johnson European Entrepreneurship Education Award.

J. Kay Keels, Professor of Strategic Management, Coastal Carolina University earned her Ph.D. from the University of South Carolina.

During her 12 years of service at CCU, Keels has received numerous awards including two endowed professorships and the Beta Gamma Sigma Professor of the Year Award.

She has delivered many workshops on all aspects of case writing and teaching. At the Academy of Management’s 2016 conference, she and her co-authors were awarded third place in the Cases from the Dark Side competition.

She formerly served as the case editor for Entrepreneurship Theory & Practice and was recently named the case editor for Entrepreneurship Education and Pedagogy.

She serves on the editorial boards of The Wine Business Case Research Journal and The International Journal of Instructional Cases.

Laurie L. Levesque is an associate professor of management at Suffolk University. She has researched work roles and emerging processes in new firms, including organizational cultures, socialization, social networks, and psychological contracts and published cases in The Case Journal and The Case Research Journal. She spent a decade in academic administration on curriculum development and implementation, course design and coordination, mentoring adjunct faculty, policy work, and student programming centered on leadership, case analysis, and career skills. Levesque earned a doctorate from Carnegie Mellon University and a master’s in organizational behavior from the University of Hartford.

Dr. MacKenzie has taught in the undergraduate, graduate, and executive education programs at universities in Canada, Europe, and the Middle East, and has been consulting to both private- and public-sector businesses since 1985.

He has over 15 years of business-to-business sales and sales management experience, and has published many cases, conference proceedings, and articles in the areas of sales management, buyer-seller relationships, and distribution channel management. He has authored and co-authored more than 20 textbooks on personal selling, sales management, and marketing, and has edited five marketing case books.

Elizabeth Ontaneda is Senior Research Coordinator at Universidad Peruana de Ciencias Aplicadas (UPC) in Lima, Peru where she supports faculty in case research, writing and teaching.

She is past Editor of Sinergia e Innovación, a peer reviewed journal, and was a Paul R. Lawrence Fellow at the annual meeting of the North American Case Research Association (NACRA).

Degree of Doctor of Philosophy in Law & Diplomacy, Tufts University in cooperation with Harvard University. Degree of Master of Arts in International Studies, Universitat Autónoma de Barcelona. Professional degree in Law, Universidad de Buenos Aires.

Stefania joined the Department of Marketing, Sales and Entrepreneurship in March 2017 as a lecturer in Entrepreneurship at Edinburgh Napier University. She teaches Managing Innovation at post graduate level and she has taught on a variety of courses including Creative leadership, Creative Management and Marketing, Management and Strategy and Business Research. She has taught in Scotland, England, Italy and Qatar.

Her research interests are in the following areas: Creativity, Creative Industries, Leadership, Creative Leadership and Management, Creative Problem Solving and Reflective Practice.

Dr. Romano’s doctoral research focused upon books published in the discipline of Creative Industries. She has presented research on creative industries, entrepreneurship, entrepreneurial education at a number of national and international conferences. She currently reviews for the ISBE and BAM.

Al Rosenbloom is Professor of Marketing and International Business at Brennan School of Business, Dominican University.

Al has a strong interest in exploring how corporate social responsibility, social entrepreneurship and marketing intersect when businesses operate in the least developed countries in the world.

He was a 2001 Fulbright professor of marketing management at Kathmandu University in Nepal, and a 2007 Fulbright Senior Scholar at the Tsenov School of Economics in Svishtov, Bulgaria.

For over 25 years, Rosenbloom has run A & R Consultants, a marketing management consulting firm that works with small – to mid-sized businesses.

His publications include “Branding Nepal: Balancing Scenery and Security” (Casebook on Marketing Strategies in South Asia), “Piercing the Bubble: How Management Students can Confront Poverty in Columbia” (Journal of Management Education), and “Reducing Global Poverty: Building the Business Case” (The International Journal of Interdisciplinary Social Sciences).

Galina Shirokova is a Professor of Strategic and International Management Department in St.Petersburg University Graduate School of Management, Russia. She teaches Change Management, Entrepreneurship and Research Methods courses for EMBA, master and doctoral students.

Her research interests are entrepreneurial orientation, student entrepreneurship and entrepreneurship in emerging markets. She is an author of more than 100 articles in academic journals (Russian and international) and 20 cases about Russian entrepreneurial firms. She is a Director of the Center for Entrepreneurship in St.Petersburg University and Associate Editor of The Journal of Global Entrepreneurship Research (JGER).

John Thompson is Emeritus Professor of Entrepreneurship at the University of Huddersfield in the UK; he has had visiting links with Universities in Australia, Finland and New Zealand.

He is a Board Member of the European Case Clearing House and remains an active case writer. He has written over a dozen texts on entrepreneurship and strategy and continues to write both short (story) and longer (analytical) cases in these areas.

His main research interest is identifying people with the potential to be entrepreneurs and social entrepreneurs.

In 2009 John received the Queen’s Award for Enterprise Promotion.

Gianpaolo is a graduate from UMIST with his first degree in Mathematics. Gianpaolo was the President of UMIST Students’ Association and gave a casting vote that brought the Victoria Univversity of Manchester and UMIST together in 2002. Later adding a Masters in Strategic Management his career first started as a part-time Lecturer and Researcher at Manchester Metropolitan University before moving to full-time employment in the department of Retail at Leeds Metropolitan University.

He then became the Programme Leader for Fashion Buying & Merchandising at Manchester Metropolitan University until he achieved his PhD and moved to Manchester University working in the School of Materials where he delivers on both undergraduate and post graduate programmes and is now the Director of Teaching, Learning and the Student Experience.

He has written over 50 papers and books in the field of Marketing and Management and presented at numerous international conferences.

Prof. Lyal White is the founding director of the Centre for Dynamic Markets (CDM) at the Gordon Institute of Business Science (GIBS), University of Pretoria, where he is an Associate Professor in International Business focusing on political economy and strategy in Africa, Asia and Latin America.

Prof. White is widely published in news media, academic journals and books. He has worked in a range of sectors covering themes from investment rationale, strategy, competitiveness and general management in Dynamic Markets to reform, growth and development, and comparative politics in Africa and Latin America. He is also coordinating research and dialogue geared toward improving Africa’s political and commercial relations with Latin America and understanding the role of new players in Africa and the world.

Comparative political economy and strategic thinking in the context of International Business in Africa and Latin America are his principal areas of focus.

Prof. White has lived and worked in South Africa, Rwanda, Argentina, Colombia, Morocco and the US, and is associated with a number of institutions across the globe.

Rebecca Wilson-Mah, MSc is Assistant Professor and a Chartered Professional in Human Resources (CPHR) with The School of Tourism and Hospitality Management, Royal Roads University, BC, Canada.

Rebecca is a Board member of the CASE Association and a past member of The Case Journal Editorial Board.

At Royal Roads University, Rebecca initiated and supports an interdisciplinary case research group between the Faculty of Applied and Social Sciences and the Faculty of Management. This group meets regularly as a community of practice building internal case research expertise while also connecting disciplines and perspectives.

Rebecca is currently engaged in EdD studies in higher education.

Philip is Professor of Marketing (Practice) at Lee Kong Chian School of Business, Singapore Management University. 

He is also Executive Director for the Centre for Management Practice, and Academic Director, PhD in Business (General Management