Radina Blagoeva is a PhD candidate in Strategic Management.
Radina is interested in behavioral strategy, and more specifically in the interactions and mutual influence of CEOs, firms and financial markets. Her research is focused on the impact of biases on (1) how CEOs incorporate feedback from financial markets in strategic decisions and (2) how financial markets evaluate firms’ strategic initiatives and communications. She analyzes those issues primarily through the lenses of power, status and reputation.
Radina Blagoeva has multidisciplinary academic background in business, which helps her bring new insights in the field of strategic management. She has acquired her Master of Philosophy in Business Research (Strategic Management and Entrepreneurship) from Rotterdam School of Management, the Netherlands with cum laude. During her PhD, she spent three months as a visiting scholar at the Lee Kong Chian School of Business, Singapore Management University.
Radina has published some of her work in the Academy of Management Journal and Strategic Management Journal. She has also won a prestigious Strategic Management Society SRF Dissertation Research Program Grant. She has presented her work at multiple international conferences, including the Academy of Management Annual Meeting, Strategic Management Society Annual Conference, International Corporate Governance Society Annual Conference and Centre for Corporate Reputation Symposium.