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Alicia Rodríguez

Alicia Rodríguez

University Carlos III of Madrid (Spain)

Alicia Rodríguez is an Assistant Professor at the Entrepreneurship and Strategy Division, University Carlos III of Madrid (Spain). She holds a MSc in Business Management from the Complutense University of Madrid, a MSc in International Law from the University of Murcia and PhD in Strategic Management at University Carlos III of Madrid (with Honors). She has been a Visiting Professor at the D’Amore-McKim School of Business at Northeastern University (Boston, USA) in 2012 and 2017. She is interested in innovation strategies and internationalization, with a particular focus on offshoring and knowledge intensive business contexts. Her research has been published in journals as Strategic Management Journal and Journal of International Business Studies, among others. She has served as Vice-dean of Students' Orientation at the School of Law and Social Sciences, and currently serves as Vice-dean of the Tourism Bachelor Degree as well as Deputy-director of Master in Entrepreneurship at the University Carlos III of Madrid. She was running her family-owned company of international transport of merchandise by road more over ten years. In addition, she combines her academic activities with professional activities as a lawyer and business consultant.

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