MAGDALENA DOBRAJSKA
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MAGDALENA DOBRAJSKA

Profesor Visitante de Organización de Empresas

Educación

Ph.D. in Business Administration; University of Southern Denmark, 2012

MSc in Business Administration - International Management; University of Southern Denmark, 2008

Intereses de investigación

Strategic management, the Boundaries of the firm, Organizational design, Organizational decision-making

Publicaciones seleccionadas

Delegation Within Hierarchies: How Information Processing and Knowledge Characteristics Influence the Allocation of Formal and Real Decision Authority” Dobrajska, M., Billinger, S., & Karim, S. 2015 In: Organization Science, 26(3): 687–704.

Magdalena Dobrajska is assistant professor in the Department of Business Administration at University Carlos III de Madrid. Magdalena holds a Ph.D. in Business Administration from the University of Southern Denmark. Prior to joining UC3M, she was assistant professor in Strategic and International Management at Copenhagen Business School. Before entering the academic career, she worked in the wind turbine industry in Denmark. Her research focuses on the boundaries of the firm, strategic organizational design within firms, and organizational decision-making. Magdalena´s teaching experience includes Strategic Management at Copenhagen Business School. She is currently teaching International Human Resource Management at Carlos III.

  “Delegation Within Hierarchies: How Information Processing and Knowledge
Characteristics Influence the Allocation of Formal and Real Decision Authority”
Dobrajska, M., Billinger, S., & Karim, S.
2015
In: Organization Science, 26(3): 687–704. DOI:  10.4135/9781506307633.n75 

  “Valve's Way: Vayward, Visionary, or Voguish?” Foss, N. J. &
Dobrajska, M. 2015 In: Journal of Organization Design. 4,
2, p. 12-15 DOI: 10.7146/jod.20162 





 “Authority”. Book chapter in The
SAGE Encyclopedia of Lifespan Human Development
. (ed. Bornstein, Marc H.)
2018: 191–193. Thousand Oaks, California. DOI: 10.1287/orsc.2014.0954