Professor of Innovation
I study innovation and entrepreneurship, new (digital) business models and people’s digital behavior. Currently I have two new research directions: female technological entrepreneurship and the adoption of the Internet of Things (IoT).
- Khvatova, T., Dushina S. (2020). Scientific online communication: the strategic landscape of ResearchGate users, International Journal of Technology and Human Interaction, Special Issue Submission: Technology & Innovation: A Half-Century of Internet-Enabled Change, IJTHI: Vol 17, Iss 2, Article 6 (forthcoming).
- Khvatova, T., Zhukov, D., Lesko, S. & Zaltcman, A. (2018). Managing social networks: applying Percolation theory methodology to understand individuals’ attitudes and moods, Technological Forecasting and Social Change, Vol 129, April 2018, p. 297-307.
- Lichy, J., Kachur, M., Khvatova, T. (2017). Big Data is watching YOU:
Opportunities & challenges from the perspective of young adult consumers in Russia, Journal of Marketing Management, Vol 33, Iss 9-10, p. 719-741.
- Khvatova, T., Block, М. (2016). Exploring the Role of Task-Related Trust in Intra-Organisational Knowledge Sharing, International Journal of Human Resource Management, Vol 28, No 2, p.333-355.
Entrepreneurship, female entrepreneurship, innovation, networks, business models, digital behavior, quantitative research, mathematical models
Quantitative (SPSS), mathematical modelling, computer simulation; qualitative (Atlas.si)
EDITORIAL ROLES AND COMMUNITY
Member of the Committee for European Conference on the Impact of Artificial Intelligence and Robotics (ECIAIR, ACPI, Reading, UK); the European Conference of Management, Leadership and Governance (ACPIL, Reading, UK).
Reviewer for Journal of Management Development, Journal of Knowledge Management, International Journal o Human Resource Management, Electronic Journal of Knowledge Management, Journal of Public Administration, Leadership&Organisational Development, Scientometrics, International Journal of Human-Computer Interaction.
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