EVITA PARASKEVOPOULOU
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EVITA PARASKEVOPOULOU

Associate Professor of Accounting

Education

PhD in Innovation Management, Manchester Business School

Master in Public Policy and Management of Innovation, Manchester Business School

BSc in Economics, University of Athens, Greece


Research interests

Innovation Policy, Strategy and Management, Management Accounting, Management Control Systems and Innovation, Regulation and Public Policy

Selected publications

Paraskevopoulou, E.: "Non-technological regulatory effects: Implications for innovation and innovation policy", Research Policy vol. 41 (6), July 2014, 1058-1071.

Vásquez-Urriago, Á. R., Barge-Gil, A., Rico, A. M., & Paraskevopoulou, E: "The impact of science and technology parks on firms’ product innovation: empirical evidence from Spain", Journal of Evolutionary Economics vol. 24 (4), September 2014, 835-873.

Paraskevopoulou, E. Dosi, G., Marengo, L., &  Valente, M.: "A model of cognitive and operational memory of organizations in changing worlds", Cambridge Journal of Economics vol. 41 (3), May 2017, 775-806

Paraskevopoulou, E. & Guimón, J.: "Factors shaping the international knowledge connectivity of industrial clusters: a comparative study of two Latin American cases" Entrepreneurship & Regional Development  vol. 29 (9-10), 2017, 817-846.

Paraskevopoulou, E, Guo, B. & Santamaría, L.: "Disentangling the Role of Management Control Systems for Product and Process Innovation in Different Contexts", European Accounting Review vol. 28 (4), 2019, 681-712
Evita Paraskevopoulou is a visiting professor in the in the Department of Business Administration at Universidad Carlos III de Madrid. She holds a degree in Economics from the National and Kapodistrian University of Athens in Greece, and a PhD in Science, Technology and Innovation Management from Manchester Business School (University of Manchester).

During her studies she has been working as research and teaching assistant in Manchester Business School and the University of Athens and has participated in various externally funded projects.

Her research interests include the public and private management of innovation, implications of public policies on firms´ innovative strategies, EU regulation and its role for innovation, evolutionary approaches to analyzing policy and the role of large firms in shaping public policies.